I have two very simple questions, but I can not find a solution. Here in the forum I could not find to it, on the Internet there is apparently also no one who uses my configuration.
OS: Windows 10
Pareaview 5.10 RC1
PC: Workstation , Intel, 6 cores, 12 threads.
First GPU is on-board Intel. second GPU is nvidia Quadro R2000
On my workstation I create and calculate my simulations with OpenFOAM. No HPC is used! Therefore I want to use my PC power on my workstation for post processing with paraview.
Until Paraview version 5.9 you could activate the local MPI under Edit/Settings/General the area under Multicore Support. Since V 5.10 this is no longer available.
Solution 1: Install version 5.9 in parallel and work with it. But bugfixes and new functions from 5.10 are missing.
Solution 2: Start the pvserver on the wokstation via the console and connect paraview locally. Is this the way? Or do I understand something wrong?
In my workstation is an Intel GPU on-board. And a nvidia Quadro P2000. The GUI of paraview always takes the Intel GPU, but it is rather weak. I am not talking about nvidia OptiX for raytracing or IndeX for volume rendering. I just want to use the GPU power of my nvidia for normal rendering iun the GUI, streamlines, slices, … How do I get radiance in client mode on my workstation to use the nvidia GPU and not the intel GPU? At the moment, evaluating simulations for large cases in the GUI is very tedious. And not every user has a HPC in the background.