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Old   November 12, 2010, 09:14
Default overlapGgi in parallel (decomposePar)
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Hi all

Does anybody know if it is impossible to decompose a case with overlapGgi.

This is the output I get from running decomposePar

keyword shadowPatch is undefined in dictionary "/OldStageDesign/processor0/constant/polyMesh/boundary::MiddleToTopGGI"

file: /OldStageDesign/processor0/constant/polyMesh/boundary::MiddleToTopGGI from line 94 to line 98.

    From function dictionary::lookupEntry(const word& keyword) const
    in file db/dictionary/dictionary.C at line 213.

FOAM exiting
Running the case is serial mode works fine. Of-course I have remembered to set the ggis as golbalzones in the decomposeParDict.

A simple yes or no answer would be fine here.

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