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R: [Fwd: Re: Saving/Reloadind]


Thanks all for giving me instructions on how to save/reload analysis (thanks 
Jerome for the link with some examples).
One question: say that I reload a triaxial and then I change with python a 
value of a particular parameter inside an engine, and say that this variable 
would influence only the triaxial phase (say epsilonMax). Well, since all the 
engines are run at each iteration, what actually happens? I mean, the 
simulation starts again from which point exactly? 
Sorry, probably I haven't got how to set up "checkpoints".

If I use in c++ something like Omega::instance().stopSimulationLoop(), I know 
where I stop the simulation but what if I want to reload it and carry forward? 
What in c++, I mean.

cheers, Chiara

>----Messaggio originale----
>Da: eudoxos@xxxxxxxx
>Data: 21/01/2010 18.38
>A: <yade-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Ogg: [Yade-users] [Fwd: Re:  Saving/Reloadind]
>(Sorry, I sent to you private address...)
>For what Jerome says (O.load, O.save), that saves to disk; saving to
>memory can be faster and will not leave files behind once you exit yade.
>Cheers, Vaclav
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