[osg-users] Problems with multi-monitor and DrawThreadPerContext mode
robert.osfield at gmail.com
Fri Sep 19 06:05:45 PDT 2008
What happens with the OSG examples on this setup?
Is there any chance you could dual boot and test out under Linux, it
wouldn't solve the problem you have under XP directly, but it would at
least provide another data point into the nature of the problem. If
it crashes under Linux then there is good chance that it's an OSG or
your app related problem, which is easier for us to track down and
Also have you been able to get stack traces?
On Fri, Sep 19, 2008 at 1:33 PM, Serge Lages <serge.lages at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks again Robert for these informations.
> I've made some tests and everything fails :
> - I've tweaked osg::Object to have all the objects in DYNAMIC, it still
> - I've installed the NVIDIA beta drivers, it doesn't change anything.
> - I've tested the CullDrawThreadPerContext mode, still the same crash.
> - I've tested with a simple model and not my whole application.
> It only works on SingleThreaded mode, but the frame drop in this mode is not
> acceptable. :/
> I'll continue to investigate on the subject but I start to desesperate.
> My application uses a CompositeViewer with different osgViewer::View for
> each window, I'll try different setups to see if it still crash.
> On Thu, Sep 18, 2008 at 9:43 PM, Robert Osfield <robert.osfield at gmail.com>
>> Hi Serge,
>> On Thu, Sep 18, 2008 at 5:36 PM, Serge Lages <serge.lages at gmail.com>
>> > As a side note, setting a drawable to DYNAMIC protects it from being
>> > modified by the update traversal,
>> No, it doesn't affect your ability to update, it doesn't affect the
>> update traversal at all, it's just a hint from the app developer to
>> the draw traversal that that object will be updated, so drawables and
>> stateset that you update in the update traversal should have a
>> DataVariance of DYNAMIC, the rest should be STATIC.
>> > but if I remove a drawable (or its geode)
>> > from the scene during the update, do I need to set it to DYNAMIC too ?
>> > In
>> > other words, drawables in STATIC mode are the only ones which are never
>> > modified nor removed from the scene ?
>> Adding or removing Drawable or StateSet is safe, you don't need to
>> protect this at all as the draw traversal retains it's own references
>> to prevent the objects from getting deleted.
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