Connect to a frontend node and start
pvserver via singularity:
ssh frontend1.eve.ufz.de -L 11111:frontend1.eve.ufz.de:11111 # OR: ssh frontend2.eve.ufz.de -L 11111:frontend2.eve.ufz.de:11111 # frontend2 has a NVidia K80 vs a P4000 in frontend1 singularity exec --nv -B /data:/data /data/ogs/images/pv-v5.8.0-egl-py2.sif /opt/paraview/bin/pvserver
On your local machine:
Settings / Render Viewset
Remote Render Thresholdto a small value (e.g. 1) to ensure remote rendering
The port tunneling with ssh is required as these ports are blocked from the firewall. If port
11111 is already in use by another user just try a different port, e.g.
pvserver -sp=11112. Do not forget to tunnel this port with SSH too!
envinf1 has a NVidia K20m. Similar instructions as for eve but port tunneling is not necessary:
ssh 126.96.36.199 pvserver # or with Singularity: singularity exec --nv /data/shared/container/pv-v5.8.0-egl-py2.sif /opt/paraview/bin/pvserver
envinf2 has a NVidia Quadro RTX 5000. Similar instructions as for eve but port tunneling is not necessary:
ssh 188.8.131.52 pvserver # or with Singularity: singularity exec --nv /data/shared/container/pv-v5.9.0-egl-py3.sif /opt/paraview/bin/pvserver
This article was written by Lars Bilke. If you are missing something or you find an error please let us know.
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