|September 21, 2010, 05:09||
Continue from previous log file
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Pretoria, South Africa
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I am look for a way to continue from my previous log file. Suppose I run a simulation for 2000 iteratins, using for example simpleFoam > log.
The simulation completes, and now I want to run for an additional 1000 iterations. Is there a way I can add these iterations to the first log file, or do I have to create an additional log file? If I run simpleFoam > log again, it overwrites the original log file, and the new one is only from iteration 2000 to 3000. I can do simpleFoam > log2, but then I have two logfiles, and I have to combine them to view residuals etc.
Is there a command to have the original log file appended with the new run data?
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