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MSC Nastran 2012 Installation and Operations Guide

MSC Nastran 2012 Installation and Operations Guide

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MSC Nastran 2012 Installation Guide
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A separate file is created for each month of each year and is named

on UNIX and

on Windows where yy are the last two digits of the year and mm is the month (01 to 12). Each month’s
file is independent of every other file.

util_ver mscact perfile=yes file1 file2
file1
:
Total:cpu-sec count
file2
:
Total:cpu-sec count

util_ver mscact summary=user perfile=yes file1 file2

file1:

user1:cpu-sec1 count1
user2
:cpu-sec2 count2
...
Total:cpu-sec count
file2
:

user1:cpu-sec1 count1
user2
:cpu-sec2 count2
...
Total:cpu-sec count

install_dir/acct/mscyymm.acc

install_dir\acct\mscyymm.acc

Main Index

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CHAPTER 6

Using the Utility Programs

The accounting file begins with three header records followed by detail records, one detail record for
each MSC Nastran job run during the given month and year. Comments, indicated by a hash mark “#”
as the first character of the line, may be placed anywhere in the file after the header records.
Detail records (any non-comment line after the third line) include the following data:
1.The day the job was started (i.e., Sun., Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., or Sat.).
2.The month the job was started (i.e., Jan., Feb., Mar., Apr., May, Jun., Jul., Aug., Sep., Oct., Nov.,

or Dec.).
3.The date of the month the job was started (i.e., 01 through 31).
4.The time the job was started (i.e., hh:mm:ss, where hh is 00 through 23, mm is 00 through 59, and
ss is 00 through 59).
5.The time zone (i.e., the “TZ” environment variable).
6.The year the job was started (four digits).
7.The name of the user running the job.
8.The job’s output filename.
9.The analysis application, e.g., MSC Nastran.
10.The version of the application (e.g., 70.5).
11.The SOL used by the job (e.g., 101, 120).
12.The total CPU time, in seconds, of the job (from the .f04 file).
13.The cumulative CPU time, in seconds, of all detail records up to and including this record.
14.The cumulative CPU time, in minutes, of all detail records up to and including this record.
15.The account ID as specified by the nastran command’s “acid” keyword.
16.The account data as specified by the nastran command’s “acdata” keyword.

Note:

The cumulative times (fields 13 and 14) are for historical purposes only. These values are
ignored.

Main Index

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