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Re: Corefarm.org, a collaborative rendering farm

Post Sun Dec 06, 2009 6:56 pm

Hello friends,

someone could post a how to for installing prone on ubuntu 9.04?


Thanks
More close to the possible reality
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Re: Corefarm.org, a collaborative rendering farm

Post Mon Dec 07, 2009 10:08 am

Several requests:
  • Seeing the so far rendered tiles.
  • Posibility of cancelling an ongoing job.
  • In 'Status' page, Backoffice section: listing the ongoing job's ID, resolution, percentatge rendered, number of clients participating in a job, and the job's sumitter, so we can monitor performance and see who is sending defective scenes.
  • In Participants section, listing number of cores apart from number of computers.
  • Change the credits system, to a number of pixels rendered or atomic tasks finished, intead of render time, since credits spent on a job can change depending on the performance of the farm.
  • On Windows, Keeping the the MSdos console open by default, so people can monitor what is being rendered in their computers, render setting, and whether Corefarm is working or waiting.
  • Proned logged in by default, no double activation needed (website activation once).
  • Possibility to share your renders with other corefarm participants.
  • Disk space limit for accounts.
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Re: Corefarm.org, a collaborative rendering farm

Post Mon Dec 07, 2009 11:48 am

Samo wrote:Bad XML syntax. can you test the xml produced with your local yafaray-xml.exe? Also are you using YafaRay 0.0.1?


I was using yafaray 0.1.1 on Ubuntu 64bit, installed via the .deb package from the download page.
It's been worked before and I don't know what's happened.

That's the output from the usual rendering through the GUI in Blender. The scene is the default blender scene.
In attachment the xml file produced.
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Re: Corefarm.org, a collaborative rendering farm

Post Tue Dec 08, 2009 11:31 pm

Job id Submission date Starting date Completion date Input xml file Output Progress Credits
remove 1771 2009-12-08 14:01:29 2009-12-08 14:26:02 2009-12-08 23:06:12 yafarayRender.xml see the result 100% 273767


Ok, this is awesome. The result unfortunately had mistakes so I cant show - yet. Still it would be really cool (if you dont do already) if developers could offer william additional support.

Just awesome.

heretic

PS: "273767 credits" = massive computing on a 600K vertice object of which app. 200K faces are translucent in ... pathtracing... with some additional caustics and stuff....
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Re: Corefarm.org, a collaborative rendering farm

Post Wed Dec 30, 2009 12:28 pm

Hi,

I've a question about the credit system. I can't post on the corefarm forums because of my proxy here, I'll try to found more information about it.

I've connected 3 computer on the grid, but my credit's number doesn't grown at all, probably because there is no works pending for now. So I feel guilty to use it :p

I think it could be interesting to moderate the credit count system, i.e in giving some credit when computers are connected but not used, or by decreasing less the credits count when the pending queue is empty ?

Very good work indeed, William :)

And sorry for my english :p
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Re: Corefarm.org, a collaborative rendering farm

Post Thu Jan 21, 2010 2:31 pm

Hi Fenard,

What's up with corefarm, can you explain us a bit what are you doing now?
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Re: Corefarm.org, a collaborative rendering farm

Post Wed Jan 27, 2010 12:56 am

Hi everyone !

Today is a great day for the corefarm : a new version, based on a totally different architecture, is available.

Corefarm's client is now wosoggie. It's a fully peer to peer grid desktop designed for yafaray-based rendering.

Among new features, there is full HDRI support and there is no need to upload your files to a server to start rendering.

I'd like to thank all the users that sent me feedback, it was really helpful to better target your expectations.

More information on the dedicated page : http://www.corefarm.org/wiki/WosoggieCorefarm and on corefarm's forum.

I hope you will enjoy the corefarm,

All the best,

William
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Re: Corefarm.org, a collaborative rendering farm

Post Wed Jan 27, 2010 10:10 am

Willian, would it be possible to have a Windows version?
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Re: Corefarm.org, a collaborative rendering farm

Post Tue Mar 16, 2010 9:15 am

I'm getting this error in the Windows version of naclys

this is the sandbox output:

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[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] e_shentsize = 0x28
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] e_shnum = 0x1e
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] e_shstrndx = 0x1b
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] sizeof(Elf32_Ehdr) = 0x34
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] =================================================
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] Elf Program headers
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] ==================================================
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_type: 6
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_offset: 0
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_vaddr: 0
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_paddr: 0
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_filesz: b4
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_memsz: b4
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_flags: 4
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000]  (PF_R  )
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_align: 4
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000]
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_type: 1
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_offset: 10000
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_vaddr: 20000
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_paddr: 20000
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_filesz: 4edac0
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_memsz: 4edac0
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_flags: 5
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000]  (PF_R  PF_X)
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_align: 10000
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000]
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_type: 1
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_offset: 500000
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_vaddr: 510000
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_paddr: 510000
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_filesz: 10571c
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_memsz: 10571c
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_flags: 4
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000]  (PF_R  )
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_align: 10000
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000]
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_type: 1
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_offset: 610000
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_vaddr: 620000
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_paddr: 620000
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_filesz: 1e8e0
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_memsz: 26920
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_flags: 6
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000]  (PF_R PF_W )
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] p_align: 10000
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000]
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] Matched nacl_phdr_check_data[0]
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] Matched nacl_phdr_check_data[1]
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] Matched nacl_phdr_check_data[2]
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] Matched nacl_phdr_check_data[3]
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] static_text_end: 0x000000000050dac0  break_add: 0x00
00000000646920  data_end: 0x0000000000646920  entry_pt: 0x0000000000020080  bund
le_size: 0x20
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] Allocating address space
[3856,3864:09:14:49.406000] NaClAllocAddrSpace: calling NaClAllocateSpace(*,0x00
00000040000000)
[3856,3864:09:14:49.453000] NaCl_page_alloc: *p = 0x01540000, returning success.

[3856,3864:09:14:49.453000] allocated memory at 0x01540000
[3856,3864:09:14:49.453000] madvising 0x01b90000, 0x3e9b0000, PROT_NONE
[3856,3864:09:14:49.453000] NaCl_madvise(0x01b90000, 0x3e9b0000, 0x4)
[3856,3864:09:14:50.093000] NaCl_madvise: done
[3856,3864:09:14:50.093000] mprotecting 0x01b90000, 0x3e9b0000, PROT_NONE
[3856,3864:09:14:50.093000] NaCl_mprotect(0x01b90000, 0x3e9b0000, 0x0)
[3856,3864:09:14:50.109000] NaCl_mprotect: newProtection = 0x1
[3856,3864:09:14:51.234000] NaCl_mprotect: done
[3856,3864:09:14:51.250000] Replacing text pad region with shareable memory
[3856,3864:09:14:51.250000] Loading into memory
[3856,3864:09:14:51.250000] loading segment 1
[3856,3864:09:14:51.296000] loading segment 2
[3856,3864:09:14:51.296000] loading segment 3
[3856,3864:09:14:51.312000] Validating image
[3856,3864:09:14:51.734000] Installing trampoline
[3856,3864:09:14:51.734000] num_syscalls = 2047 (0x7ff)
[3856,3864:09:14:51.734000] Installing springboard
[3856,3864:09:14:51.734000] Applying memory protection
[3856,3864:09:14:51.734000] NaCl_mprotect(0x01540000, 0x10000, 0x0)
[3856,3864:09:14:51.734000] NaCl_mprotect: newProtection = 0x1
[3856,3864:09:14:51.734000] NaCl_mprotect: done
[3856,3864:09:14:51.734000] NaClVmmapAdd(0x0012fe8c, 0x0, 0x10, 0x0, 0x00000000)

[3856,3864:09:14:51.734000] NaCl_mprotect(0x01550000, 0x4fe000, 0x5)
[3856,3864:09:14:51.734000] NaCl_mprotect: newProtection = 0x20
[3856,3864:09:14:51.750000] NaCl_mprotect: done
[3856,3864:09:14:51.750000] NaClVmmapAdd(0x0012fe8c, 0x10, 0x4fe, 0x5, 0x0000000
0)
[3856,3864:09:14:51.750000] NaCl_mprotect(0x01a4e000, 0x142000, 0x3)
[3856,3864:09:14:51.750000] NaCl_mprotect: newProtection = 0x4
[3856,3864:09:14:51.750000] NaCl_mprotect: done
[3856,3864:09:14:51.750000] NaClVmmapAdd(0x0012fe8c, 0x50e, 0x142, 0x3, 0x000000
00)
[3856,3864:09:14:51.750000] NaCl_mprotect(0x40540000, 0x1000000, 0x3)
[3856,3864:09:14:51.750000] NaCl_mprotect: newProtection = 0x4
[3856,3864:09:14:51.750000] NaCl_mprotect: done
[3856,3864:09:14:51.750000] NaClVmmapAdd(0x0012fe8c, 0x3f000, 0x1000, 0x3, 0x000
00000)
printing NaClApp details
NaClAppPrintDetails((struct NaClApp *) 0x0012fe30,(struct Gio *) 0x0012ff34)
addr space size:  2**30
max data alloc:   0x02000000
stack size:       0x01000000
mem start addr:   0x01540000
static_text_end:   0x0050e000
end-of-text:       0x0050e000
rodata:            0x00510000
data:              0x00620000
data_end:          0x00646920
break_addr:        0x00646920
ELF entry point:  0x00020080
memory map:

Page   0 (0x0)
npages 16 (0x10)
prot   0x00000000
not shared/backed by a file

Page   16 (0x10)
npages 1278 (0x4fe)
prot   0x00000005
not shared/backed by a file

Page   1294 (0x50e)
npages 322 (0x142)
prot   0x00000003
not shared/backed by a file

Page   258048 (0x3f000)
npages 4096 (0x1000)
prot   0x00000003
not shared/backed by a file
[3856,3864:09:14:51.765000] NaClLdtAllocatePageSelector(code, 1, 0x01540000, 0x5
0e
[3856,3864:09:14:51.765000] got 0xf
[3856,3864:09:14:51.765000] NaClLdtAllocatePageSelector(data, 1, 0x01540000, 0x3
ffff
[3856,3864:09:14:51.781000] got 0x17
[3856,3864:09:14:51.781000] NaClSendServiceAddressTo: descriptor 5, error 0
[3856,3864:09:14:51.781000] NACL: Application output follows
[3856,3864:09:14:51.781000] setting stack to : 000000004153ffd0
[3856,3864:09:14:51.781000] copying arg 0  00447C14 -> 4153FFF0
[3856,3864:09:14:51.781000] system stack ptr : 000000004153ffd0
[3856,3864:09:14:51.796000]   user stack ptr : 000000003fffffd0
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] NaClSetBreak: new_break 0x00000000
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] sys_new_break 0xffffffff
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] NaClSetBreak: returning 0x00646920
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] NaClSetBreak: new_break 0x00646e10
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] sys_new_break 0x01b86e10
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] current break sys addr 0x01b86920, usr last data pag
e 0x646
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] new break usr last data page 0x646
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] segment containing current break: page_num 0x0000050
e, npages 0x142
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] new break within break segment, just bumping addr
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] NaClSetBreak: returning 0x00646e10
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] NaClSetBreak: new_break 0x00646e58
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] sys_new_break 0x01b86e58
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] current break sys addr 0x01b86e10, usr last data pag
e 0x646
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] new break usr last data page 0x646
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] segment containing current break: page_num 0x0000050
e, npages 0x142
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] new break within break segment, just bumping addr
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] NaClSetBreak: returning 0x00646e58
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] NaClSetBreak: new_break 0x00647000
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] sys_new_break 0x01b87000
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] current break sys addr 0x01b86e58, usr last data pag
e 0x646
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] new break usr last data page 0x646
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] segment containing current break: page_num 0x0000050
e, npages 0x142
[3856,3848:09:14:51.796000] new break within break segment, just bumping addr
[3856,3848:09:14:51.812000] NaClSetBreak: returning 0x00647000
[3856,3848:09:14:51.828000] NaClSetBreak: new_break 0x00648000
[3856,3848:09:14:51.828000] sys_new_break 0x01b88000
[3856,3848:09:14:51.828000] current break sys addr 0x01b87000, usr last data pag
e 0x646
[3856,3848:09:14:51.828000] new break usr last data page 0x647
[3856,3848:09:14:51.828000] segment containing current break: page_num 0x0000050
e, npages 0x142
[3856,3848:09:14:51.828000] new break within break segment, just bumping addr
[3856,3848:09:14:51.828000] NaClSetBreak: returning 0x00648000
[3856,3848:09:14:51.828000] NaClSetBreak: new_break 0x006c9000
[3856,3848:09:14:51.828000] sys_new_break 0x01c09000
[3856,3848:09:14:51.828000] current break sys addr 0x01b88000, usr last data pag
e 0x647
[3856,3848:09:14:51.828000] new break usr last data page 0x6c8
[3856,3848:09:14:51.828000] segment containing current break: page_num 0x0000050
e, npages 0x142
[3856,3848:09:14:51.828000] extending segment: page_num 0x0000050e, npages 0x142

[3856,3848:09:14:51.828000] NaCl_mprotect(0x01b90000, 0x80000, 0x3)
[3856,3848:09:14:51.828000] NaCl_mprotect: newProtection = 0x4
[3856,3848:09:14:51.828000] NaCl_mprotect: done
[3856,3848:09:14:51.828000] segment now: page_num 0x0000050e, npages 0x1c2
[3856,3848:09:14:51.828000] NaClSetBreak: returning 0x006c9000
[3856,3796:09:14:51.828000] NaClSetBreak: new_break 0x0074a000
[3856,3796:09:14:51.828000] sys_new_break 0x01c8a000
[3856,3796:09:14:51.828000] current break sys addr 0x01c09000, usr last data pag
e 0x6c8
[3856,3796:09:14:51.828000] new break usr last data page 0x749
[3856,3796:09:14:51.828000] segment containing current break: page_num 0x0000050
e, npages 0x1c2
[3856,3796:09:14:51.843000] extending segment: page_num 0x0000050e, npages 0x1c2

[3856,3796:09:14:51.843000] NaCl_mprotect(0x01c10000, 0x80000, 0x3)
[3856,3796:09:14:51.843000] NaCl_mprotect: newProtection = 0x4
[3856,3796:09:14:51.843000] NaCl_mprotect: done
[3856,3796:09:14:51.843000] segment now: page_num 0x0000050e, npages 0x242
[3856,3796:09:14:51.843000] NaClSetBreak: returning 0x0074a000
[3856,3720:09:14:51.843000] NaClSetBreak: new_break 0x0078b000
[3856,3720:09:14:51.843000] sys_new_break 0x01ccb000
[3856,3720:09:14:51.843000] current break sys addr 0x01c8a000, usr last data pag
e 0x749
[3856,3720:09:14:51.859000] new break usr last data page 0x78a
[3856,3720:09:14:51.859000] segment containing current break: page_num 0x0000050
e, npages 0x242
[3856,3720:09:14:51.859000] extending segment: page_num 0x0000050e, npages 0x242

[3856,3720:09:14:51.859000] NaCl_mprotect(0x01c90000, 0x40000, 0x3)
[3856,3720:09:14:51.859000] NaCl_mprotect: newProtection = 0x4
[3856,3720:09:14:51.859000] NaCl_mprotect: done
[3856,3720:09:14:51.859000] segment now: page_num 0x0000050e, npages 0x282
[3856,3720:09:14:51.859000] NaClSetBreak: returning 0x0078b000
[3856,3796:09:14:51.859000] NaClSetBreak: new_break 0x0080c000
[3856,3796:09:14:51.859000] sys_new_break 0x01d4c000
[3856,3796:09:14:51.859000] current break sys addr 0x01ccb000, usr last data pag
e 0x78a
[3856,3796:09:14:51.859000] new break usr last data page 0x80b
[3856,3796:09:14:51.859000] segment containing current break: page_num 0x0000050
e, npages 0x282
[3856,3796:09:14:51.859000] extending segment: page_num 0x0000050e, npages 0x282

[3856,3796:09:14:51.859000] NaCl_mprotect(0x01cd0000, 0x80000, 0x3)
[3856,3796:09:14:51.859000] NaCl_mprotect: newProtection = 0x4
[3856,3796:09:14:51.875000] NaCl_mprotect: done
[3856,3796:09:14:51.890000] segment now: page_num 0x0000050e, npages 0x302
[3856,3796:09:14:51.890000] NaClSetBreak: returning 0x0080c000
[3856,1200:09:14:51.890000] NaClSetBreak: new_break 0x0084d000
[3856,1200:09:14:51.890000] sys_new_break 0x01d8d000
[3856,1200:09:14:51.890000] current break sys addr 0x01d4c000, usr last data pag
e 0x80b
[3856,1200:09:14:51.890000] new break usr last data page 0x84c
[3856,1200:09:14:51.890000] segment containing current break: page_num 0x0000050
e, npages 0x302
[3856,1200:09:14:51.890000] extending segment: page_num 0x0000050e, npages 0x302

[3856,1200:09:14:51.890000] NaCl_mprotect(0x01d50000, 0x40000, 0x3)
[3856,1200:09:14:51.890000] NaCl_mprotect: newProtection = 0x4
[3856,1200:09:14:51.890000] NaCl_mprotect: done
[3856,1200:09:14:51.890000] segment now: page_num 0x0000050e, npages 0x342
[3856,1200:09:14:51.890000] NaClSetBreak: returning 0x0084d000
[3856,1200:09:14:51.890000] NaClAbiStatHostDescStatXlateCtor: how did NaCl app o
pen a file with st_mode = 020000?
@@@ On client side, setting the channel descriptor for the callbacks
[3856,1200:09:14:51.890000] NaClSetBreak: new_break 0x0088e000
[3856,1200:09:14:51.890000] sys_new_break 0x01dce000
[3856,1200:09:14:51.890000] current break sys addr 0x01d8d000, usr last data pag
e 0x84c
[3856,1200:09:14:51.890000] new break usr last data page 0x88d
[3856,1200:09:14:51.890000] segment containing current break: page_num 0x0000050
e, npages 0x342
[3856,1200:09:14:51.890000] extending segment: page_num 0x0000050e, npages 0x342

[3856,1200:09:14:51.906000] NaCl_mprotect(0x01d90000, 0x40000, 0x3)
[3856,1200:09:14:51.906000] NaCl_mprotect: newProtection = 0x4
[3856,1200:09:14:51.906000] NaCl_mprotect: done
[3856,1200:09:14:51.906000] segment now: page_num 0x0000050e, npages 0x382
[3856,1200:09:14:51.921000] NaClSetBreak: returning 0x0088e000
@@@ Return slot attributed: 0, input is $D:\Renderaga\yafarayRender.xml$ $D:\Ren
deraga\yafarayRender.xml.exr_part_2100_450.exr$ 1 2100 450 150 150
[3856,1200:09:14:51.921000] NaClSetBreak: new_break 0x0090f000
[3856,1200:09:14:51.921000] sys_new_break 0x01e4f000
[3856,1200:09:14:51.921000] current break sys addr 0x01dce000, usr last data pag
e 0x88d
[3856,1200:09:14:51.921000] new break usr last data page 0x90e
[3856,1200:09:14:51.937000] segment containing current break: page_num 0x0000050
e, npages 0x382
[3856,1200:09:14:51.937000] extending segment: page_num 0x0000050e, npages 0x382

[3856,1200:09:14:51.937000] NaCl_mprotect(0x01dd0000, 0x80000, 0x3)
[3856,1200:09:14:51.937000] NaCl_mprotect: newProtection = 0x4
[3856,1200:09:14:51.937000] NaCl_mprotect: done
[3856,1200:09:14:51.937000] segment now: page_num 0x0000050e, npages 0x402
[3856,1200:09:14:51.937000] NaClSetBreak: returning 0x0090f000
[3856,1888:09:14:51.937000] NaClAbiStatHostDescStatXlateCtor: how did NaCl app o
pen a file with st_mode = 020000?
@@@ Into render, about to parse $D:\Renderaga\yafarayRender.xml$ $D:\Renderaga\y
afarayRender.xml.exr_part_2100_450.exr$ 1 2100 450 150 150
@@@ Scan done: $%[^$]$ $%[^$]$ %d %d %d %d %d
@@@ Call to fresh_file
@@@ Service (fresh_file) index: 6
@@@ Call to fetch_file
@@@ Service (fetch_file) index: 4
@@@ Fatal: RPC invoke failed when asking for file D:\Renderaga\yafarayRender.xml
(missing file probably) : Rpc application returned an error
@@@ Call to return_nacl
@@@ Service index: 1
@@@ The result __wosoggie_failure_missing_xml_file was returned


and this is the naclys output:
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Naclys Copyright (C) William Le Ferrand

This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details check the LICENSE f
ile in the source repository.
This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain con
ditions; check the GPLv3 for details.

@@@ NaClys client version 0.0.9
@@@ WARNING, please specify your login with the --login option
@@@ Start participating
@@@ Starting server on localhost, on port 20348
@@@ Keepalive (0.0.9@@@ About to process atom )
corefarm.nexe render $D:\Renderaga\yafarayRender.xml$ $D:\Renderaga\yafarayRende
r.xml.exr_part_3450_450.exr$ 1 3450 450 150 150
@@@ Cleaning lockers
@@@ Lockers cleaned
@@@ There was no sandbox
@@@ Calling launch: corefarm.nexe
@@@ No job pending, starting a standbox
@@@ Fetching application corefarm.nexe
@@@ Computing checksum for file C:/Archivos de programa/Naclys/tmp/corefarm.nexe

The checksum : e074cc16941d800e4e559ed7d1badabd91f1eaf7036562448949d48894a0202e
The expected checksum : e074cc16941d800e4e559ed7d1badabd91f1eaf7036562448949d488
94a0202e
[584,564:09:16:30.343000] NaClTimeInternalInit: timeBeginPeriod(1)
[584,564:09:16:30.343000] Unix epoch start is  11644473600000ms in Windows epoch
time
@@@ Sandbox launched!
@@@ Starting the nacl_server
@@@ Starting local controller
@@@ Starting the local controller
@@@ exec render $D:\Renderaga\yafarayRender.xml$ $D:\Renderaga\yafarayRender.xml
.exr_part_3450_450.exr$ 1 3450 450 150 150
@@@ Creating a lock on the mutex !
@@@ method_id: 1
@@@ Unlock !
@@@ remote_call_fresh_file_nacl
@@@ Fetching filename D:\Renderaga\yafarayRender.xml
@@@ Fetching file D:\Renderaga\yafarayRender.xml for job 432
@@@ Dramatic error when fetching file: boost::filesystem::exists: El dispositivo
no estß listo: "D:\Renderaga\yafarayRender.xml"
@@@ SANDBOX is returning data on slot 0 : __wosoggie_failure_missing_xml_file
@@@ Asking for the lock
@@@ Have the lock!
@@@ We have the locker
@@@ Requesting for the release
@@@ Ok, unlocked
@@@ Locker removed

@@@ Command mutex unlocked
@@@ Cleaning lockers
@@@ Lockers cleaned
@@@ killing the child
@@@ Deleting the launcher
@@@ NaClNrdAllMo
[584,564:09:16:34.515000] NaClTimeInternalInit: timeBeginPeriod(1)
[584,564:09:16:34.515000] Unix epoch start is  11644473600000ms in Windows epoch
time
@@@ Finishing
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ Keepalive (0.0.9)
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ Keepalive (0.0.9)
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
@@@ WARNING: ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS CORRECTS?
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Re: Corefarm.org, a collaborative rendering farm

Post Thu May 20, 2010 12:41 pm

Dear all,

There are been deep moves in the corefarm in the last few months and some of our work is now ready for release. I've already posted this message on corefarm.org forums but it will have a much wider audience here! Here are the news:

* Corefarm.org welcomes a new developer: wawanbreton. His intention was to write a Qt GUI for naclys and he finally came up with a brand new implementation. Aficionados can already fetch the source code from the qtgui branch of naclys svn repository, while others may have to wait for a few weeks or so; packaging software is a painful task (Implicit message: are there some volunteers for this?). This is the way corefarm.org is going to evolve: the whole source code will be cleaned and released as an opensource project. Thank you very much wawanbreton !

* Corefarm.com was born a few hours ago. Corefarm.com (hosted at http://www.corefarm.com) is quite different from corefarm.org. It's a much more standard render farm that corefarm.org, but it is aslo a more powerful one, suitable for users that look for high performance rendering. It's in beta stage right now, I don't know if the (open source) uploader program is packaged correctly (I'm a poor debian packager, by the way, so if somebody has some knowledge in this field, it would be great if he could check that out!). I offer 50 credits to every previously (before today..) registered corefarm.org user that wants to test the corefarm.com service; if you are interested drop an email at william@corefarm.com!

Enjoy the corefarms, and let met know about any wish you could have regarding those webservices!!

All the best,

William
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Re: Corefarm.org, a collaborative rendering farm

Post Tue Jul 06, 2010 10:48 am

Dear all,

Here are the last updates about the corefarm.

Corefarm.org is still looks for contributors : there is a lot of opensource code that require reviewing before being released.

Corefarm.com is now fully web based : even the jobs are uploaded through the web interface. Along with yafaray 0.1.2, corefarm.com also supports luxrender 0.7RC3, so scenes can now be rendered from blender/maya/cinema4d and sketchup.

Enjoy the corefarms!

All the best,

William
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Re: Corefarm.org, a collaborative rendering farm

Post Tue Jul 06, 2010 11:16 am

william.le-ferrand wrote:Dear all,

Here are the last updates about the corefarm.

Corefarm.org is still looks for contributors : there is a lot of opensource code that require reviewing before being released.

Corefarm.com is now fully web based : even the jobs are uploaded through the web interface. Along with yafaray 0.1.2, corefarm.com also supports luxrender 0.7RC3, so scenes can now be rendered from blender/maya/cinema4d and sketchup.

Enjoy the corefarms!

All the best,

William


Hi,

Nice work, and the prices on corefarm.com seems quite cheap!

But I wonder: is corefarm.org not a competitor to corefarm.com? Some way it does not make much sense to me yet....
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Re: Corefarm.org, a collaborative rendering farm

Post Tue Jul 06, 2010 12:04 pm

Hi,

Thanks!

Well, corefarm.com is quite different from corefarm.org :

* corefarm.org only supports yafaray 0.1.1 while corefarm.com is yafaray 0.1.2 & luxrender 0.7RC3
* when submitting a job on corefarm.org, you have to participate so your computer is running 100% of the CPU, while when using corefarm.com, your computer is not taking part of the computation
* corefarm.com is really powerful (many computers in the backoffice) and the power is immediately available, while on corefarm.org you need to have other people sharing their computers to get things speed up.

So corefarm.org is a nice tool when you need to slightly accelerate your rendering, but if you are ready to pay a little bit you'd better take advantage of corefarm.com and get impressive rendering times !!

I hope I'm not too schizophrenic ;)
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Re: Corefarm.org, a collaborative rendering farm

Post Sat Feb 19, 2011 8:47 pm

Hi there!

It has been a long time without news about Corefarm !

Well, we’ve just released a new version that includes:

    a Blender (2.49b) plugin that allows you to start rendering directly from the modeler
    Animation rendering capabilities, in addition to still image rendering

We provide several builds of Yafaray 0.1.2 for MacOS X and Windows along with the plugin python files, check them out at: http://www.corefarm.com/cms/getstarted!

The corefarm is now 500 times faster that your computer, so don't hesitate to use it if you have time constraints :)

If you have any questions please ask!

Happy rendering,

william
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Re: Corefarm.org, a collaborative rendering farm

Post Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:28 pm

doesn't work, what happened?
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