February 8, 2021 at 7:22 pmvataloggSubscriber
I am trying to run an HFSS simulation on Scinet (https://www.scinethpc.ca/) that runs an SLURM scheduler. The version is 2020/R2. Licenses are provided by CMC.ca. Due to a recent update they moved to the Pro, Premium, Enterprise Licenses (the old "legacy" ones are not supported). So, they recommend to:
a) Check the use PPE product licensing in the General>Desktop Configuration option
b) Use Pool as the HPC License in the "HPC and Analysis Options".
I have put these settings in the GUI (and they seem to be saved if I reopen it), but I submit the jobs through SLURM, So, I read that there should be some SBATCH options. Here is what I use:February 8, 2021 at 10:41 pmANSYS_MMadoreAnsys EmployeeThe issue isn't the hpc licenses but the solver license which needs to be told to use the new PPE. You can add this to the command line: -UseElectronicsPPEnOr you can add this to the Options File.nDesktop/Settings/ProjectOptions/UsePPELicensing=1 nnThanks,nMattnFebruary 8, 2021 at 11:34 pmvataloggSubscriberHello Matt nnThank you a lot. This solved the problem and simulations now work.nnBest regards,nVasilisnFebruary 23, 2021 at 10:14 pmCMCsupport1SubscriberHello, Mr. Madore, nAnother part of this issue was the licence server address: n License path: email@example.comThis is no longer correct. Staff at SciNet (UToronto) fixed the script that pointed to the CMC Microsystems' Ansys server (Feb. 9th, 2021), replacing this older port@server address with the current port@server address. nAdding this to thank the SciNet staff members for their help.Regards,nCMC Microsystems Technical Support staffnn nViewing 3 reply threads
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