When running minimized do not do any image processing
|Opened by:||Timo van der Laan|
|Opened on:||Sunday, June 3, 2012 - 15:16|
|Last modified:||Tuesday, June 5, 2012 - 21:17|
It would save a lot of CPU power if the image processing during minimized runs is totally discarded.
And the image should be build up from scratch when maximized. Maximizing will take more time then, but scripts will run faster, so net result will be time gained. If it is not possible to do this from the minimizing option then some sort of run in the background mode might be a good idea.
Perhaps this would also make it possible to run more clients before running into 100% Cpu usage.
This would as a side-effect solve the blank screen issue when doing a long run with void detection visualized.
That visualization is buffered and takes a long time to complete resulting in a blank screen.
Cases: fold.it/portal/node/992809, fold.it/portal/node/991223 (maybe more)