kmorel at sandia.gov
Fri Oct 14 16:33:22 EDT 2005
Unless you compiled with Mesa and are doing offscreen rendering, then
yes you can expect that.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: paraview-bounces+kmorel=sandia.gov at paraview.org
> [mailto:paraview-bounces+kmorel=sandia.gov at paraview.org] On
> Behalf Of Randy Hudson
> Sent: Friday, October 14, 2005 2:27 PM
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> Cc: ANL Paraview List
> Subject: [Paraview] Compositing
> On one visualization cluster I use, I tested both pvserver
> 2.0.0 and the 07/11 development release in parallel, running
> the client on my laptop. I used both processors of each of
> several 2-processor nodes on the cluster -- nodes that have 1
> graphics card apiece.
> When I used the "Composite" slider and check box in
> paraview's "3D View Properties" panel to force compositing
> above 0.0 MB, the image in the graphics panel looked as
> though either the frame buffers were not being cleared, or as
> if both processes on a node were rendering over one another's images.
> Yet, when I tried the same thing with pvserver 2.0.0, with
> the same settings, with another cluster that has 1 graphics
> card per 2-processor node, the image looked fine. (On this
> cluster, I could not test the 07/11 release.)
> Should I, in general, expect the munging of the image when
> running under these conditions?
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