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Old 2005-08-31, 01:13   #4
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Originally Posted by Duo Secundus
No dice. Though two processes are shown on "ps -aux", the second one isn't doing any work. Also, looking at "top", only one instance is shown, with no "/0" or "/1" appended.
If you start with the -A or -B options you need a second copy of the prime.ini local.ini and worktodo.ini files, called prim0001.ini loca0001.ini and work0001.ini.
If you already have these, check that there is not a PID= line left over from a previous process in local.ini/loca0001.ini before starting (that is what causes the 'another mprime is running' message).

Another way is just to run two copies of mprime in different directories, no -A or -B option needed then.
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