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Re^2: How to write a single BATCH file to run multiple batch files?

Siddheshwar Chopra

Respected Sir,
The -np 2 addition suggested by you is successfully working on my dual core 2 GHz WINDOWS-XP. But when I tried the same on Windows 7 i3 2GHz system, then I get the error message "Fatal Error- Unable to create/change temporary directory). Please help me out.
On Tue Dec 4 '12 2:34am, Alex Granovsky wrote

>You do not need this to run Firefly in parallel.

>Assuming you are using Windows version of Firefly 8.0.0 RC on a standalone
>multicore system, you need to launch Firefly as follows:


Firefly8.exe -np 2

>This will launch Firefly in parallel with two processes.


Firefly8.exe -np 4

>will launch Firefly in parallel with four processes etc...

>You may put some command line options before the -np command line
>switch, e.g.


Firefly8.exe -r -f -p -i test.inp -o test.out -np 4

>Note the samples above are actually for nt-mpich-smp bindings
>that are the default for Firefly v. 8.0.0 RC.

>Hope this helps.

>Kind regards,
>Alex Granovsky
>On Sun Dec 2 '12 3:38pm, Siddheshwar Chopra wrote
>>Can anyone tell me how to write a single batch file which should activate various other batch files. But this batch file must activate all other batch files at once/parallely.

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