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In this tutorial, we will show a workflow entirely within the Rescale platform. Once you are comfortable with the Rescale platform, you can tailor the workflow to suit your needs. For the basics on Rescale batch, please refer to our guide. Next, click Save on the job to have a copy of the files in your Rescale cloud files. Note, although you can run this job directly, to continue with this tutorial do not submit this case directly. We are cloning the job in order to import the simulation file ansys-icepak-packed.
If you have a prepared simulation. You can go ahead and begin the batch submission section. Or if you want to just create the packed. Select New Custom Desktop button in the upper left hand corner. This should bring you to a new page where you can give the desktop name an instance if you choose to. Under 1.
Choose Configuration, select the basic Windows configuration. Expand the drop-down menu for 2. Add Software. You can now also select which version of Icepak you want to use. We will choose Expand the drop-down menu for 3. Add Jobs. Click Add under actions. After making the selections, your screen should look like the following: You can then begin to launch the desktop by clicking on the Launch button in the lower right hand corner of the page.
This should bring up the following confirmation dialog: If the settings appear to be correct, click Launch in this menu to start the desktop server. This process should take approximately minutes to spin up a new Windows server instance. Please refresh the page every few minutes to update the status of the server. In the 4. Logs menu once the message Server s Started is reported the desktop should be ready to use.
Click on the Connect button to bring up the connection options. A Welcome to Icepak dialog box should appear. Select the Unpack button. This should bring you to the folder that the attached clone job files were extracted to. Select the input folder. Finally select the simulation file ansys-icepak-packed. In your normal workflow instead of Unpacking a job, you would build or modify your model in this step.
Once the desired changes have been made, you can Pack the simulation again ready for Icepak batch submission. So if the case is prepared and ready to be analyzed, you can Pack the simulation into a. Here for the purposes of the demonstration, we are using the same filename ansys-icepak-packed.
Select the option to Upload from this computer. Navigate to the path of the file and select the newly packed ansys-icepak-packed. If you save this file in the job folder, you use our Sync Files feature to directly import those files into your Rescale account. Please refer to our guide on File Transfer for more information. If you created the packed simulation file from your local desktop environment, you can upload the file using similarly from the Web UI Files option.
Terminate the Desktop Since we have prepared our simulation and uploaded the file back to the Rescale Cloud, we are done using our Icepak GUI for the time being.
We can now shutdown this Desktop instance. You can choose to keep the instance running to perform post-processing after the simulation is completed. Check the Select box under your Desktop instance. This instance should be easily identified if you provided it a name earlier. Click the red Terminate button near the top of the page to shutdown this instance. For a guide on using the Rescale desktop please refer to our guide here Submitting Your Job in Batch Now with the prepared simulation.
Feel free to rename the job by clicking on the pencil icon next to the job name Untitled Job at the top of the page. Click on Use files from cloud storage and select the.
Now we can configure our software package options on the Software Settings page. You can search for or directly select the tile for ANSYS Icepak: This should now bring you to the software configuration page for that package.
Now we can select the type and number of cores to run on in the Hardware Settings page. Choose 2 or more cores for this Icepak problem. This tutorial will be run on 8 Onyx cores and should complete in approximately 16 minutes. There is no need to specify any Post Processing options for this tutorial. After reviewing your selections, your case should now be ready for batch submission at this point.
Click the blue Submit button in the top right corner on any of the job configuration pages or in the middle of the Review page. Alternatively, instead of submitting the job, you can elect to Save the problem setup to be run at some later time. You can monitor the status of your job and get information about your cluster in real-time.
Once the job has completed its run, you can Download all of the output files from the Results page. You can also launch another Desktop and attach this job to perform post-processing. A guide on Managing your Job Results on Rescale is found here.
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