[mesa-users] Running more than one program simultaneously

Jakub Ostrowski ostrowski at astro.uni.wroc.pl
Sun Jun 19 06:32:48 EDT 2016


It’s very easy: you need to make a few copies of your work directory and run the code individually for each of them. That’s all. Running MESA directly form the star/work directory is not a recommend method. You may also consider using a tool such as MesaScript (https://github.com/wmwolf/MesaScript <https://github.com/wmwolf/MesaScript>), which would allow you to calculate grids of models easily.


> On 19 Jun 2016, at 12:13, Sanskriti Das <dassanskriti at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, 
>           I am a masters student involved in a research project. I was trying to run several models simultaneously in MESA. Since it always compiles the same 'inlist', I am not sure how to run simultaneous models. Since it saves time as well as unnecessary labor of running on program at one time, it would be very helpful if I can give the input of different models in the same time an run it successfully. 
>           Please let me know how I can fix it.
> Thanking, 
> Regards,
> Sanskriti 
> ( A project student at DAA in TIFR, Mumbai, India) 
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