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brodym

USA
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Posted - May 16 2018 :  23:22:39  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I am running a modified version of the provided VBScript example for running FastHenry2. Because I haven't figured out how to implement a callback, I am still using the example polling method which uses the IsRunning method: FastHenry2.IsRunning.

For some reason, many long simulations throw a "runtime" error at about 1.5 minutes while polling the IsRunning method. This is error #462, "The remote server machine does not exist or is unavailable". I am in the process of making a work around and will post the code here if it works.

Any advice? Thanks


Brody Mahoney

Enrico

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Posted - May 17 2018 :  11:51:34  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
What is the frequency of your polling?

Best Regards,
Enrico

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brodym

USA
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Posted - May 26 2018 :  00:35:40  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Enrico

What is the frequency of your polling?

Best Regards,
Enrico





I have tried various polling frequencies with the same result. The problem occurs when the number of line segments for a particular geometry become too high. If I recall correctly, if the filament sections are packed too closely, an error will result.

Brody Mahoney
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Enrico

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Posted - May 28 2018 :  15:16:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I will try to replicate the issue. However this is possibly linked to the system absorbing too many resources in the simulation (e.g. switching to virtual memory) causing a time-out in the Automation server. The FastHenry engine runs in a separate thread w.r.t. the control window, therefore the latter should not be affected, in general, by the simulation, no matter what. However, if the system slows down, you might be globally impacted.

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Enrico
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