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Maya Batch Render Crash Detection & Stats
« on: April 07, 2008, 03:33:43 PM »
So u have spent a long time making somthing in maya   and u want to batch render it out on your pc over a few days...

and it crashes...

And u want to know why, so that u can prevent it from hapening again     

this is a cool little program    called 'Core Temp'    u can get it free (100 kb  no install) here

put it on your desktop   and open it,  and make sure that under 'options---> settings' menu    that 'enable loging' is enabled

This will create a 'temp log' document     and will tell u what your computer was doing just before it crashed    this is the last entry of mine before it reset:

CPUID:      0x6FB
Processor:   Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 (Kentsfield)
Revision:   G0
Time &    Date      CPU Speed   CPU#0 (Core#0)   CPU#0 (Core#1)   CPU#0 (Core#2)   CPU#0 (Core#3)
13:46:56 04/07/08                2400.00      59      57      54      58

So its probably to hot to render    or u can underclock your cpu to try to stop the crashing    or increase cooling ect

If i find anything else like this ill post it
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