OpenFoam: How to run an simulation using 4cores/8threads?

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  • #1505

    klaus
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    Hello,

    I installed the OpenFoam plugin with OpenFoam 5.0. I compiled it with OpenMP support enabled (-fopenmp).

    So far I have not been able to run a case. I included the created paralutionsSolver.so (including paralution_PCG, paralution_AMG, paralution_PBiCG, paralution_PGMRES in the controlDict, and updated the fvSolution file according to the examples, paralution_PCG for p (symmetric matrix), U etc. paralution_PBiCG or paralution_AMG (asymmetric matrices).

    It’s a steady state (simplefoam) case. I’ve never used OpenMP before and read, that I have to export the number of threads to be used?!

    What’s the syntax / what are the steps (including to trigger OpenMP) to run a case using the 8 threads of the CPU through OpenMP?

    Klaus

    #1507

    nico
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    Hey Klaus,

    unfortunately, we support only OpenFOAM 2.3.

    Best
    Nico

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