ANSYS Remote Solve Manager Guide
The Remote Solve Manager (RSM) is one of the most useful tools available in ANSYS Workbench. This four-part video series provides step-by-step procedures in setting up the various components of RSM.
The Remote Solve Manager (RSM) is one of the most useful tools available in ANSYS Workbench. It has two main uses:
- To submit ANSYS jobs to a remote, typically more powerful computer for solution.
- To submit ANSYS jobs on the local computer for an immediate or delayed background solution.
This five-part video series provides step-by-step procedures on:
- Remote Solve Machine or Head Node Configuration
- Compute Node
- Client User Computer
- ANSYS ARC the Job Scheduler
- Submitting ANSYS Workbench Job to RSM
ANSYS RSM is commonly used for:
- Allowing multiple users to submit jobs to a central more powerful machine
- Effectively leveraging expensive high performance compute resources
- Maximizing the computer resources available
Note: The RSM solution will check out the requested ANSYS license from your license pool; it does not share the license being currently used by the Workbench session.