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I have a large model and I'm using OpenSees on an HPC platform.
My analysis script consists of two phases: static and transient analyses.
Since my model is large I cannot use any system solver other than Mumps or the analysis would crash.
If I use Mumps in both phases, the transient analysis doesn't work.
What're the possible solutions to this?
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do the static analysis with a transient analysis .. sorry but there is some bug in Mumps related to memory when we destroy one instance and start the next.
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Which version of the Opensees source code are you using? A bug fix for that was included in release r6608. But if you have the source code updated, if seems that the problems corresponds to another thing. If interested, i can provide you with the source code i used (for the windows platform) to solve the issue, and try to work out a solution for the problem starting from it.