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Remote Visualization with Paraview

Run the remote paraview server

For the purpose of this tutorial, we will run the job on the Okeanos cluster.

# allocate resource for the job
username@okeanos-login2:~> salloc -N1 -n8 --qos=hpc --partition=okeanos --account=GXX_YY --time=08:00:00
salloc: Granted job allocation 879513
salloc: Waiting for resource configuration
salloc: Nodes nid00XYZ are ready for job
# run an interactive job
okeanos-login2 /home/username> srun --pty /bin/bash -l
# load required modules
(base) username@nid00XYZ:~> module load common/go/1.13.12
(base) username@nid00XYZ:~> module load common/singularity/3.5.3 
# laund paraview server within singularity container
(base) username@nid00XYZ:~> singularity run /apps/paraview-singularity/pv-v5.8.0-osmesa.sif /opt/paraview/bin/pvserver
WARNING: Bind mount '/home/username => /home/username' overlaps container CWD /home/username, may not be available
Waiting for client...
Connection URL: cs://nid00XYZ:11111
Accepting connection(s): nid00XYZ:11111


Please, replace nid00XYZ with the node number on which your job is running.

On your local computer

Download ParaView-5.8.0-MPI-Linux-Python3.7-64bit.tar.gz from to your local computer.

Please, download exactly the version mentioned above.

Create a ssh tunnel to the computational node on which the paraview server has been launched.

ssh -L 11111:nid00XYZ:11111 -v -J okeanos

Launch Paraview

Extract ParaView-5.8.0-MPI-Linux-Python3.7-64bit.tar.gz and launch the paraview.





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