DrQueue

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DrQueue

http://www.drqueue.org/
Distributed rendering queue

Drqueue is a distributed rendering queue. It manages jobs on a renderfarm. It supports Maya, Blender, and Bmrt (Renderman) out of the box, and can support any other renderer or computing task that can be handled via scripting. The package has three tools: master, slave and drqman. The master acts as a server where tasks are stored and where computers running slaves report success or failure in executing tasks. The slaves run on every node of the renderfarm. They report load average; if it is below a set level, they are available for rendering and take the first task assigned by the master server. drqman is a GUI for controlling jobs and computers.





Licensing

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License

GPLv2

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Janet Casey

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19 December 2003




Leaders and contributors

Contact(s)Role
Jorge Daza Maintainer


Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Bug TrackingVCS Repository Webviewhttp://www.drqueue.org/mantis/login_page.php
SupportHomepagehttp://www.drqueue.org/phpBB2/index.php
DeveloperVCS Repository Webviewhttp://www.drqueue.org/svn


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