All, As we start down the road to parallel visualization, our first baby steps are to try remote visualization.
In Redhat, I ssh onto a node with ~30 gigs of memory available (free -m) I start pvserver. Back on my machine I launch paraview541 and connect to the server. The Memory Inspector shows 2.1 GB of total system ram on the server. If I try to load a model of any size, the server bombs on a segmentation error (memory). If I log onto the remote node with 30 GB free memory, I can only run standalone paraview if I use the -mesa-llvm command line. When I do this, Memory Inspector in standalone Paraview says there is only 2.1 GB of total system memory. Am I missing something - I don't see how this is ever going to work if neither a remote paraview or a remote pvserver can see and/or access the available free memory on the remote machine. Thanks for any hints Dennis
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