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+1 on this, we might have a guy who can re-write the script for Fusion 9 in python, but if anyone has already started this process please let us know and we can try to combine efforts to make this happen faster!
There are a few errors that are thrown by C4D / Octane that CGRU does not currently detect, so it does not re-queue the failed tasks and requires careful human monitoring to catch and fix. Here is the only info that we get in the logs from these crashes: 1) most common: Error: application crashed C4...
The decision of how many slaves each render gets is a weighted combination of submit time, priority, and user, where the farm is "fairly" divided amongst all users and all jobs. This is great for a general render condition, where there are a bunch of users and many machines and no high urgency for a...
Aha - for anyone having similar issues, look at the log window at the very bottom of the browser window, "iddqd" will toggle between "USER MODE" and "GOD MODE" so you know you are in the correct mode. Thank you!
we've been using that password in Watch, not sure how to get it to work in web gui though? It does not work the same way as Watch, where you just type it and it is recognized, is there a field somewhere that we need to type into?
Perhaps you could give us a configuration option to auto-enable god mode in the web GUI on the server side? We trust our users enough that the benefits of this would outweigh the potential for mischief.
- Sun Jul 23, 2017 10:35 pm
- Forum: Feature Requests
- Topic: Auto-maximize render capacity
- Replies: 2
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I can understand that it might be difficult to implement, perhaps there is a temporary solution that does not require as much work – in situations as described where there are idle machines but tasks still rendering, you could have an optional system wherein: The remaining tasks get re-submitted as ...