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Old   May 7, 2010, 10:07
Default Paraview decomposed case without reconstructing?
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Hello Foamers,

is there any way to postprocess a decomposed case in paraview without reconstructing it first? I mean not only to process any decomposed processor-folder but all folder at the same time without having to load them seperately into paraview.

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Greetings Yasar,

Check this thread: Post processing a parallel case

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Takuya's native parallelized reader can handle such cases, and it's fast too. Search the wiki for the howto.
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Takuya's native parallelized reader can handle such cases, and it's fast too. Search the wiki for the howto.
It's part of the VTK mainline if you grab that instead. Compiling paraview 3.9.0 works fairly directly.

Here's a link with all the git repos listed:
http://www.paraview.org/Wiki/ParaView/Git
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