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afo January 3, 2012 05:01

ParaView Crash
 
Hi Foamers,

I'm simulating the filling of an hopper and I'm using the Glyph filter to visualize particles, while saving the animation, ParaView crashes and returns this error:

paraview: vbo/vbo_save_api.c:218: map_vertex_store: Assertion `vertex_store->buffer' failed.

does anybody know what it is and possibly how to resolve it?

kingjewel1 April 1, 2012 05:19

Quote:

Originally Posted by afo (Post 337643)
Hi Foamers,

I'm simulating the filling of an hopper and I'm using the Glyph filter to visualize particles, while saving the animation, ParaView crashes and returns this error:

paraview: vbo/vbo_save_api.c:218: map_vertex_store: Assertion `vertex_store->buffer' failed.

does anybody know what it is and possibly how to resolve it?

Does this still happen if you reduce the vector number? Say, to only a few hundred?

afo April 3, 2012 09:04

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Originally Posted by kingjewel1 (Post 352515)
Does this still happen if you reduce the vector number? Say, to only a few hundred?

well particles are not visualized as vectors, but as scalar by the glyph philter.

kingjewel1 April 5, 2012 04:44

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Originally Posted by afo (Post 352902)
well particles are not visualized as vectors, but as scalar by the glyph philter.

Equally, by reducing the number of points... no better? :)

afo April 5, 2012 08:22

That would be a solution, but actually I need all the particles to be visualized. To be honest I guess the problem is with RAM memory, I solved it by acquiring a limited number of frames, it takes much more time to finish the job, but at last it doesn't crash.


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