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Hyperstudy Scripting

Hyperstudy Scripting


I am running Hyperstudy for an optimization using Abaqus as a solver.  Two questions:

1.  Just to make sure when registering my solver script, I point to C:/Abaqus/Commands/abq672se.bat

2.  How do I write the script to delay Hyperstudy from continuing my study until Abaqus has actually written the result files?.  Whats happening is Hyperstudy is running the optimization faster than Abaqus is producing results, therefore Hyperstudy is looking for files that don't exist yet.

Any help is appreciated, thanks


RE: Hyperstudy Scripting

There is good documentation of script on working with netwoek queuing systems in Help with Hyperstudy

 But any way try this
sleep 300

where 300 is the delay in seconds hope this helps

RE: Hyperstudy Scripting

In the "Do nominal run" tab, under the "Solver Input Arguments" ; if you enter "interactive" option, Abaqus will not give the control to HyperStudy right after submitting the job.
Hope this helps

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