No Batch Vectorizing or Rendering (Mac OS X)
If drawings are not being vectorized or rendered you should check the setup and configuration of batch processing.
- In the Terminal, type
Statusand press Enter/Return twice.
The machines that are set up to batch process appear in the report. There should be an "R" next to the machine name and the status must be "On" to be able to batch process.
- If no machines appear in the list, make sure the /USA_DB/schedules/machine-list file lists all of the computers that will do batch vectorization or rendering. Try resending elements to the Render queue.
- If your machine appears in the list, but that there is no "R" next to it, the tbprocess service may not be running. Verify that the tbprocess is active—see Verifying tbprocess Sessions are Active.
- If there is no tbprocess session active, perhaps the processes were not installed when you installed configured your installation. Verify that the ToonBoomQueueServer folder exists in the /Library/StartupItems folder. If it does not, see About the tbprocess Program.
- If the folder exists, start the tbprocess session by typing
sudo /sbin/SystemStarter start ToonBoomQueueServer
The Terminal prompts you to type your password. Your user needs to be allowed to administer this computerin order for this command to work.