[Paraview] ''Insufficient disk space'' message while there is
200Gb free space
mathieu.malaterre at kitware.com
Tue Jan 31 12:36:20 EST 2006
Or do a grep for "There is insufficient disk space to save the
images..." and replace it with
vtkErrorCode::GetLastSystemError() this should help you find the problem.
David E DeMarle wrote:
> I've noticed the same thing recently. Berk is correct, no matter what
> causes the writer to fail, the error dialog is the same.
> I will check in a fix so that the actual cause is displayed in the next
> day or so.
> In the mean time, you may have to run paraview in a debugger or put
> print statements in the vtkAVIWriter or vtkMPEGWriter code to see what
> the causes the Write() call to fail.
> Dave DeMarle
> Berk Geveci wrote:
>> It is possible that the writer is failing with another problem and is
>> reporting that error. Can this be reproduced easily?
>> On 1/31/06, Joeri Wilms <joeri.wilms at aeolus-consulting.be> wrote:
>>> Hello Paraview users,
>>> one of the regular error messages I have while using Paraview is the
>>> "There is insufficient disk space to save the images for this animation.
>>> The file(s) already written will be deleted"
>>> --it is not true that there is no disk space
>>> --there are no files already written to be deleted
>>> --I encounter this message often when trying to write a series of images
>>> (.jpg .png) of a transient set of data to merge them later into one
>>> --I do have full write access to the directory I'm trying write to.
>>> Paraview even has written previously a serie of images fro a very
>>> similar case.
>>> --exiting Paraview en restarting does not solve the problem; rebooting
>>> the computer may help, but not always.
>>> Anyone out there who recognises these symptoms? Any idea of what might
>>> cause this behaviour?
>>> thanks in advance for your help,
>>> kind regards,
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