Test Configurations for Abaqus 2020 Products
To view the platform configurations used to qualify Abaqus, click the tabs below. Configuration details are listed by operating system. Explanations of the table contents and terminology are provided after the tables.
Explanation of Table Contents and Terminology
Headings for each test configuration list the operating system and processor architecture. All test configurations for a particular platform are supported using the same Abaqus software build. Given the large number of possible configuration permutations, even for a single platform, SIMULIA tests only a sample of the possible configurations. Test configurations are carefully selected to assure we can effectively and efficiently support all the configurations within the specified ranges. Test configurations listed here represent the subset of supported Abaqus configurations which have undergone, or are scheduled for, formal qualification testing. See What is the Difference Between Supported vs. Qualified Platform Configurations for Abaqus? for additional details on supported vs. qualified platforms.
The records contain details of system configurations used during formal qualification testing. The date listed in the individual system configuration records indicates the date the system configuration was recorded, not the date of qualification. The output includes the processor specification and the number of processors and other system parameters such as graphics details (if applicable), the amount of physical and virtual memory, and file system details.
Final configurations depend on successful testing outcomes. Supported platforms and configurations are subject to change without notice.