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Old   January 3, 2012, 06:01
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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?
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Old   April 1, 2012, 05:19
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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?
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Old   April 3, 2012, 09:04
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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.
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well particles are not visualized as vectors, but as scalar by the glyph philter.
Equally, by reducing the number of points... no better?
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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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