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PROGRAM:

NAME


code_saturne - Main user script of Code_Saturne.

SYNOPSIS


code_saturne [-h|--help] <command>

DESCRIPTION


The code_saturne script is the main user script of Code_Saturne.

OPTIONS


-h, --help
Help message.

COMMANDS


Further information will be obtained with code_saturne <command> --help

autovnv
The code_saturne autovnv command can be used to run an autovalidation series of
runs defined by an xml file (see specific autovalidation documentation).

compile
The code_saturne compile command can be used to generate the cs_solver executable
needed for running a Code_Saturne study.

config The code_saturne config command provides information about the Code_Saturne build
and installation.

create The code_saturne create command sets up a directory structure for a Code_Saturne
study or case. The different directories created are MESH for meshes, POST for user
post-processing and a case directory (or several) containing a DATA, SRC (to store
user files), RESU (to store results) and SCRIPTS directory.

gui The code_saturne gui command starts the Code_Saturne gui.

info The code_saturne info command is a wrapper for an easier look at Code_Saturne
documentation.

run The code_saturne run starts a Code_Saturne case's preprocessing or computation
execution.

salome The code_saturne salome command starts SALOME, with the CFDSTUDY module enabled
(assuming Code_Saturne is built with SALOME support).

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES


The following environment variables may affect code_saturne run :

CS_MPIEXEC_OPTIONS
This variable allows defining extra arguments to be passed to the MPI execution command
when applicable. If this option is defined, it will have priority over the value
defined in global or local code_saturne.cfg files (or by computed defaults), so if
necessary, it is possible to define a setting specific to a given run using this
variable.

CS_SCRATCHDIR
Allows defining the execution directory, overriding the default path or settings from
the global or local code_saturne.cfg files.

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