On 26.09.19 16:08, William F Pokorny wrote:
> I suspect your running out of memory though looking at your code not
> jumping at me out why. Maybe a memory leak unless someone picks up
> something I missed. Looks like you are loading a large number of single
> pixel images? I'd hope these freed on redef, but maybe they aren't or
> something. Don't know.
Strangely enough, it worked fine with POV-Ray 3.7 under Windows 7 on the
same machine... so it's probably more likely a software (i. e. POV-Ray
3.7.0unofficial for Linux) than a hardware issue!
Yes, I load between 125,000 and 300,000 one-pixel PNGs, each of them not
larger than 90 bytes... what is "freed on redef"? Explain!
> Are you able to run a linux command like top in an xterm - or a fancier
> system monitor as your job runs?
Yes, that works!
A command line like time (on Ubuntu at
> /usr/bin/time) which can be used like:
I'm not using Ubuntu, but rather Debian 8.11 (oldoldstable)!
> If you are able to run it sometimes, does it run when you have fewer
> frames or some other specific conditions. Might give a clue.
I did not try this yet... but I will soon as I also want to process some
See you in Khyberspace!
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