April 5, 2018 at 8:00 pmamitrajSubscriber
I am helping a colleague run Fluent on Linux machine from command line. Having generated .jou, .cas, .cdat, .msh and a UDF file (C file), I run fluent from terminal
fluent 3ddp -g -t1 -ssh -i test.jou
the calculation runs for a little bit and the fails with the following error
Fatal error in one of the compute processes.
here is the partial screen output
> ;Solving the flow (initial)
;solve/dual-time-iterate 1 1
adapt/ file/ server/
adjoint/ mesh/ solve/
define/ parallel/ surface/
display/ plot/ views/
I am not sure how to fix this error. Can someone please help.
November 5, 2019 at 6:03 pmXingchun WangSubscriber
Suppose the text command should not have a ";" in front of it, that works as notation in programming, so fluent actually doesn't know what to do, so it print the text interface for you. You will see the same thing when you launch the GUI and simply press Enter key in the console window. My suggestion is remove the ";" and try again.
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