All rendering jobs submitted
to the network rendering queue are shown in the Job list window,
located on the upper-left side of the Queue Monitor dialog, immediately
below the toolbar. Below it is the Server list window, which shows
all servers attached to the manager and their status.
Each job is denoted by
an icon reflecting its current status. The servers are also denoted
by specific icons that reflect their current status.
Job is started and has rendered
one or more frames. The job is either currently rendering or is
awaiting an available server.
Job is active, but has
not yet rendered any frames.
Job is suspended.
The job was submitted
as suspended or was suspended with the Queue Monitor. Suspended
jobs must be manually reactivated to give them a started or active status.
Job is in an error condition.
In the Queue Monitor,
check the Errors tab in job information window, to the right of the
jobs list, for details regarding the error, such as missing bitmaps,
plug-ins, texture coordinates. See
Job is completed.
All frames in the sequence
have been rendered successfully. You may delete this job from the
queue if you want.
A bar through the server
icon indicates that it's assigned to the currently highlighted job
Server is active.
The server is rendering
the current started job.
Server is absent.
The server is assigned
to the rendering task but is not currently rendering. This can occur,
for example, when the server is turned off or is not running the
Server is in an error condition.
Check the Server list
Job Status column in the Queue Monitor for details regarding the error,
such as missing bitmaps, plug-ins, texture coordinates. See
Server is idle.
The server can be assigned
the highlighted job with the toolbar Assign Server button.