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error in journal file (on HPC)

    • mohamad
      Subscriber

      Hello,

      I'm trying to use journal file for HPC but i have an error.

      what can i do for fix it?

      journal file:

      parallel/partition/auto/use-case-file-method yes

      file/read-case case144.cas

      define/user-defined/interpreted-functions "case14.c" "cpp" 10000 no

      parallel/partition/print

      solve/report-definitions add report12 volume-average field liquid-fraction zone-names (pcm) quit

      solve/report-files add liquidfile frequency 1 report-defs (liquid-file) quit

      solve/report-plots add liquid-plot report-defs (liquid-plot) quit

      solve/initialize/initialize-flow

      file/auto-save/data-frequency flow-time 1

      file/auto-save/append-file-name-with flow-time 1

      solve/set/time-step 1e-1

      solve/dual-time-iterate 10 30

      solve/reporting-interval 30

      file/confirm-overwrite no

      file/write-data case144.dat.gz

      exit yes

      Error:

      > solve/report-definitions add report12 volume-average field liquid-fraction zone-names (pcm) quit

      > solve/report-files add liquidfile frequency 1 report-defs (liquid-file)Invalid report definition  quit

      Invalid report definition

      Report Definitions(1) [()] solve/report-plots Invalid report definition

      add Invalid report definition

      liquid-plot Invalid report definition

      report-defs Invalid report definition

      (liquid-plot)Invalid report definition

       quit

      Invalid report definition

      will be very appreciated by your help. Thank you in advance.

    • DrAmine
      Ansys Employee
      Line by line you need to debug where it starts getting the issue. It seems related to the report definition and file. Probably using the wrong report definition name.
    • Rob
      Ansys Employee
      Always start the command line with / too ie
      /file/read-case case144.cas
      otherwise you are relying on the commands to return to the root level every time.
      What is the "quit" command for? To terminate a list use () ie open & closed brackets with no space between them.
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