September 12, 2022 at 6:49 pmsaherrerSubscriber
I am trying to postprocess an mechanical run which created a large amount of data even after compression and reducing the timeframes saved. The run took place in an HPC cluster with 12 partitions, but each seperate rst file is 115MB and the size of the combined file is 1.3 GB. I'm trying to open this using 2 32-core nodes in our interactive cluster but I'm afraid it's taking too much time to open (20 min wait and still hasn't opened). Is there anything I could do to speed up the process?
September 12, 2022 at 7:07 pmpeteroznewmanSubscriber
1.3 GB is not extremely large. Have you tested the workflow you are following using a small file on the HPC cluster? In my experience, interactive graphics don't work well on the HPC cluster. I always move the results file back to a workstation with a proper GPU for the display.
September 12, 2022 at 7:57 pmsaherrerSubscriber
Yes, smaller files open without a problem. I will try your method and share this information with my tech department.
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