How to extract and transfer an Operating Map setup of CFX from a Workbench project to a separate compute cluster?
March 17, 2023 at 8:57 amFAQParticipant
The primary approach is to use the Remote Solve Manager in Workbench, to send the solve jobs to a remote compute cluster. If instead only the CFX setup files shall be copied to i.e. a Linux cluster, then the following approach can be followed: 1) In CFX-Pre in Workbench it is required to activate the Beta model options, as the Operating Map capability is supported only as a Beta feature as in 2019 R3. This is done in Edit > Options > General > Beta Options > Physics Beta Options > Enable Beta features 2) Setup the Operating Map in CFX-Pre inside Workbench 3) Right Click on Solution and select “Edit”. This will open the Solver Manager, which you can close directly again. More important, this step also writes the necessary mdef-file and the subdirectory which you need to copy to the Linux drive on the cluster. 4) Copy the mdef-file and the new subdirectory (with the name of the project) to the Linux cluster. The files are found in the Workbench directory …dp0CFXCFX 5) On the cluster start the operating map simulation with cfx5solve -mdef name.mdef Please note that it is 2 times “mdef” and not “def”! The operating map will be computed.
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