GfsEventScript

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;GFS_STOP: if the exit status of the shell script is <code>GFS_STOP</code> the simulation is terminated (the return status indicates a failure) ;GFS_STOP: if the exit status of the shell script is <code>GFS_STOP</code> the simulation is terminated (the return status indicates a failure)
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 +#[http://gfs.sourceforge.net/tests/tests/merging/merging.gfs.html Convergence for the three-way vortex merging problem] : Script

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GfsEventScript can be used to execute a shell-script at given intervals.

The syntax in parameter files is as follows:

[ GfsEvent ] {
  COMMANDS
}

where COMMANDS is the script to be executed with /bin/sh.

Several shell variables are set:

GfsTime
the physical time
GfsIter
the iteration number
GfsPid
the processor number
GFS_STOP
if the exit status of the shell script is GFS_STOP the simulation is terminated (the return status indicates a failure)

Examples

  1. Convergence for the three-way vortex merging problem : Script
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