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  1. Hbatch "killed"

    Hi guys, I've recently (finally) started to use hbatch for rendering/saving out my files and it's a blessing. So far everything has been running smoothly but last night one of my renders died on me. I tried a slightly higher sim resolution and started it before leaving work, when I returned this morning I could see that slightly less than half had been simulated and real fast, only about 3-4 minutes each. But then I simply got the "killed" feedback in my terminal with no further information, even though the render command was set to verbose. Is there someway I can access why it was killed? Since they were running so quickly I don't believe the system ran out of resources but then again it is fully possible. / -> render -V obj/PYRO/explosionVdb Rendering 54 frames ( from 1 to 54 by 1) 19:55:47 explosionVdb frame 1 (1 of 54) 19:55:47 explosionVdb frame 2 (2 of 54) 19:55:47 explosionVdb frame 3 (3 of 54) 19:57:18 explosionVdb frame 4 (4 of 54) 19:58:15 explosionVdb frame 5 (5 of 54) 19:59:34 explosionVdb frame 6 (6 of 54) 20:01:37 explosionVdb frame 7 (7 of 54) 20:04:52 explosionVdb frame 8 (8 of 54) 20:08:23 explosionVdb frame 9 (9 of 54) 20:11:32 explosionVdb frame 10 (10 of 54) 20:14:48 explosionVdb frame 11 (11 of 54) 20:18:12 explosionVdb frame 12 (12 of 54) 20:21:46 explosionVdb frame 13 (13 of 54) 20:25:28 explosionVdb frame 14 (14 of 54) 20:29:17 explosionVdb frame 15 (15 of 54) 20:33:19 explosionVdb frame 16 (16 of 54) 20:37:32 explosionVdb frame 17 (17 of 54) 20:42:00 explosionVdb frame 18 (18 of 54) 20:46:43 explosionVdb frame 19 (19 of 54) Killed I'm running Houdini Indie 17.5.258 on Linux Mint 19.1 Cinnamon. Any and all help would be appreciated!
  2. Hey guys I've been exploring hython in-depth and I'm wondering if there is a way to capture the render statistics of a file and write it to a file. At the moment my only solution is running something like: hython myscript.py > mylog.txt However, I want to write the file from within the script and not redirect the output of the command from the shell. In my script I'm just doing something like this: import hou rop = hou.node("/out/mantra1") rop.render() # I need the output of this function Any help appreciated thank you guys!
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