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algorithmic modeling for Rhino

I have attached the file with everything internalized. Probably best to open the one that says (Simulation Off) as the other will just run when opened and it is a pretty long simulation.

This is a study for a wall where we want to analyze its openings. I made a parametric wall that then get's analyzed with different geometries and the idea was just to leave it there for the weekend as it morphed through different iterations.

However, after successfully running a test simulation on my pc (just with one iteration), it fails to run the same test on the workplace computer. Any help would be greatly apprecated! Here is the following error:

Sorry! But the number of available CPUs on your machine is 4.
Honeybee set the number of CPUs to 4.
Grid-based Radiance simulation
The component is checking ad, as, ar and aa values. This is just to make sure that the results are accurate enough.
Good to go!
Current working directory is set to:  C:\ladybug\Parametric_Shading_Wall\psw_z0.25_t.025_y.2_r90_m3_lux\gridBasedSimulation\
Failed to read the results!
rtrace: fatal - (psw_z0.25_t.025_y.2_r90_m3_lux_RAD.oct): truncated octree
rtrace: fatal - (psw_z0.25_t.025_y.2_r90_m3_lux_RAD.oct): truncated octree
rtrace: fatal - (psw_z0.25_t.025_y.2_r90_m3_lux_RAD.oct): truncated octree
rtrace: fatal - (psw_z0.25_t.025_y.2_r90_m3_lux_RAD.oct): truncated octree
Runtime error (PythonException): Failed to read the results!
rtrace: fatal - (psw_z0.25_t.025_y.2_r90_m3_lux_RAD.oct): truncated octree
rtrace: fatal - (psw_z0.25_t.025_y.2_r90_m3_lux_RAD.oct): truncated octree
rtrace: fatal - (psw_z0.25_t.025_y.2_r90_m3_lux_RAD.oct): truncated octree
rtrace: fatal - (psw_z0.25_t.025_y.2_r90_m3_lux_RAD.oct): truncated octree
PS. It says to see line 336

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A couple of us have had a similar issue moving between home and workplace computers.

http://www.grasshopper3d.com/group/ladybug/forum/topics/error-w-hon...

http://www.grasshopper3d.com/group/ladybug/forum/topics/cannot-find...

Try finding the simulation batch file in your ladybug root folder at work, i.e. C:\ladybug\skylib\umulativeSkies\yourCity\... and run it manually with admin access. After that test your script again and it should work. 

To me, it looks like a different issue. What happens when you tried Saeran's suggestion? 

Thank you both Saeran and Mostapha for your replies!
I just tried with the work computer to run the .bat files (by right-clicking and running as admin, not from the console if that's ok) and it just produced the same error.
I tried to run them again with the file already open and I got this (I imagine predictable) error:

Sorry! But the number of available CPUs on your machine is 4.
Honeybee set the number of CPUs to 4.
Grid-based Radiance simulation
The component is checking ad, as, ar and aa values. This is just to make sure that the results are accurate enough.
Good to go!
Current working directory is set to:  C:\ladybug\Parametric_Shading_Wall\psw_z0.25_t.025_y.2_r90_m3_lux\gridBasedSimulation\
Failed to remove the old directory.
WindowsError(32, 'The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process')
Failed to read the results!
rtrace: fatal - (psw_z0.25_t.025_y.2_r90_m3_lux_RAD.oct): truncated octree
rtrace: fatal - (psw_z0.25_t.025_y.2_r90_m3_lux_RAD.oct): truncated octree
rtrace: fatal - (psw_z0.25_t.025_y.2_r90_m3_lux_RAD.oct): truncated octree
rtrace: fatal - (psw_z0.25_t.025_y.2_r90_m3_lux_RAD.oct): truncated octree
Runtime error (PythonException): Failed to read the results!
rtrace: fatal - (psw_z0.25_t.025_y.2_r90_m3_lux_RAD.oct): truncated octree
rtrace: fatal - (psw_z0.25_t.025_y.2_r90_m3_lux_RAD.oct): truncated octree
rtrace: fatal - (psw_z0.25_t.025_y.2_r90_m3_lux_RAD.oct): truncated octree
rtrace: fatal - (psw_z0.25_t.025_y.2_r90_m3_lux_RAD.oct): truncated octree
Traceback:
  line 336, in script

@Mostapha, if it is indeed a different issue, what do you think it could be?
Thanks again,

-Nicholas

Hi all, I have the same issue and it seems it depends on the type of Sky used.

However, I have still not found a solution (on my pc doesn't work, on my friend's pc yes)

Any idea?

Thanks,

Riccardo

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