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Old   April 30, 2018, 16:02
Default Paraview with NVIDIA IndeX
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Has anyone tried paraFoam (paraview) with nvidia plugin? I tried with paraview 5.0.1 but it couldn't because the paraview was compiled with opengl1 and even though I compiled with Opengl2 I got segmentation fault.
According to the website, this plugin will help paraview to take advantage of CUDA cores, I wondering if anyone has used this from Openfoam community.

Actually I want to postprocess a multizone geometry with 2 million cells or so and it takes quite a lot of time just to move a geometry also. If anyone can suggest if compiling paraview with mpi can also do the job or not
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