Is there an automatic solution to fully purging the Queue? I tried cancelling a currently running render and now I have two renders stuck in Queue positions unable to start up.
I just clicked terminate current render then purge Queue and then sent another render. This is where I am at now.
The 'Purge Queue' command should wipe any jobs stuck in your Render Queue. If this isn't the case, you can manually remove any ghost render jobs by following these steps:
The manually cleaned up result should look like this:
Ok tried the above mentioned step and deleted out renders and saved. But I still have multiple ghost renders.
Ron Bates any thoughts here? The steps I mentioned above should definitely wipe out any ghost jobs from the Render Queue.
Here is my file. I deleted out the previous renders as instructed then sent a new one. The image shown is from the new one I just sent.
I clicked the purge and terminate several times. Then deleted complete %temp% folder and shut off computer and turned it back on. Sent same model to render and now there are no ghost renders in Queue. For future, should I just not cancel a current render? Or is there a workaround to cancelling a currently rendering model?
I believe the files/folders to delete to completely purge queue if it's hung up showing some old stuff is:
%programdata%\SOLIDWORKS\SOLIDWORKS Visualize 2017\Queue\
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