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Old   April 18, 2002, 07:38
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Ive got a dual processor machine with phoenics 3.4 on both nt and linux (red hat 7.2) how do i parallel process my simulations? Cheers joel
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Old   April 18, 2002, 09:09
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Peter Spalding
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PHOENICS works in parallel mode on a dual-processor machine for both NT and LINUX, but you need to receive a special delivery of the parallel product. You cannot attempt to convert the sequential version into parallel mode I'm afraid. However, you can of course run two separate jobs at the same time on a dual-processor machine using the sequential version. Contact CHAM for an upgrade to parallel 3.4.


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