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Old   December 9, 2014, 05:54
Default Determining number of cores and/or paraview executable via python
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Hello all,

I am scripting in paraview and would like to suppress certain bits of my python scripts depending on the number of cores (namely oilflow, which often does not work in parallel.)

Is there a way in paraview, via python, to access the number of cores? If not, maybe I can determine via python how paraview was launched (pvbatch, vs paraview GUI?).

Many thanks!
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