Turn Off Repetier-Server Rendering
I am having trouble running Repetier-Server on the Raspberry Pi
Whenever the Repetier-Host starts a print one of the first things it does is request Repetier-Server render the model
This cause the Raspberry Pi to slow to a crawl and run out of resources to the point where it can't send print instructions fast enough to the printer causing a slow stuttering motion on the print head
Is there a way to disable Repetier-Server "Rendering"
I can only find settings to reduce quality in the "Global Settings area" not to turn it off completely
If I close the "Rendering" rendering window in Repetier-Host Repetier-Server will print flawlessly for hours on the Raspberry Pi
I don't really see the point of the server rendering the model when a host does it just fine
Can I delete a file on the server, i don't really care if i break the rendering.json
And it's back to being usable
is it this section with the API keys etc ?
the raspberry pi 2b still seems slow , I can import practically instantly on the PC but the pi is taking forever ~80 files to go , I can see the server is using some CPU on the PC how ever
how ever I have no also noticed I can not import fast on PC now, plenty of compute power available , is their a que system that is slowing down multi tasking ?
as if I shutdown the pi , the PC then imports instantly again ...
testing with https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2796048
I can not find this file ?
start-stop-daemon --start --nicelevel -20 --quiet --oknodo -c $RUNASUSER:dialout --startas $DAEMON --exec $DAEMON -- $SERVER_OPTS
Linux Repetier-Server 4.19.118-v7+
To not get out of memory/cpu there is in deed a queue system so only one image at the time gets remdered. In trounleshooting tage you see what is currently getting computed.
I have 128 threads available (AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X)
I am pretty sure it is que depth related because it is computing a task for another machine its sitting their twiddling its thumb using only 1 thread
I can't find out how I get the API for my laptop despite searching online for this info.
Rendering of anything I send to Repetier on the Raspberry is painfully slow, even for small files, so I would like to get this working if I can.
Any help appreciated.