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Old   February 8, 2006, 07:58
Default ParaFoam complains about disk space
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Hi!

I'm trying to create an animation with paraFoam (the one delivered with OF 1.2). When I try to save the animation and PF tries to save the first frame I get a message box saying:

"There is insufficient disk space to save the images for this animation. The file(s) already written will be deleted"

The problem is: There is enough disk-space (and I've tried various disks). So I think paraFoam has a different problem but doesn't quite know how to express itself. My suspicion is fuelled by this line from the Error-log:

"There was a VTK Error in file: ../../../../../paraview-2.2.0/Servers/ServerManager/vtkSMAnimationSceneProxy.cxx (173) Incosistent state. Save aborted."

Has anyone had this problem before and could she tell me how to work around (if possible)?

Thanks.

PS: same thing happens when I try to use paraview
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Old   February 8, 2006, 08:58
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Hi Bernard,
There is a post on the paraview mailing list about this problem. Seem it needs a patch which is in cvs at the moment.
Here is the discussion
http://public.kitware.com/pipermail/...ry/002456.html
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Old   February 9, 2006, 09:39
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Hi Bernhard,

I am using ParaView 2.4.2 and I am able to create an animation with multiple jpegs or a single mpeg2 file without a problem. There must be a problem with that specific version of ParaView.
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Old   July 15, 2022, 04:33
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I was trying to save screen via python script in paraview



img_path = 'home/leo/Napo/R4ke/postProcess/images/img001.png'
paraview.simple.SaveScreenshot(img_path, render_view)


And I got the error in console.

......Unable to pen file ... images/img001.png ...

......Run out of disk space. Deleting files already written


The problem was that I should use "/" at the start of the global path


img_path = '/home/leo/Napo/R4ke/postProcess/images/img001.png'
paraview.simple.SaveScreenshot(img_path, render_view)


Hope this help someone.
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