I just started using the Windows version of WebODM.
I would like to process data on multiple machines simultaneously.
Is there a step-by-step guide to doing this?
I used this batch file I found to start a node on the remote machine:
nodeodm.exe --odm_path …\ODM -p 3000
I can connect to this, and I can assign jobs to the remote node or the local node, but I can’t figure out how to assign jobs to multiple nodes.
You have to use docker and not just a node but the cluster-ODM.
I don’t know how to do it though
APOS80 That helps! I found a Native Windows ClusterODM at the bottom of this page:
I will give this a go. Total newbie here!
OK! So I think I am making progress, but still not there!
What I have done so far is -
- I started native Windows nodeodm.exe on 3 machines, one with port 3001, because it looked like it interfered with clusterodm.exe running on same machine.
- I started native Windows clusterodm.exe on the one machine.
- I used Putty to telnet to the clusterodm server, and added the 3 machines.
- I added the clusterodm server to my Windows native Webodm under PROCESSING NODES.
I think its OK to this point. Now when I try to run a small test I only see this:
How do I divvy up the processing?!
Were you able to make it work? I have a couple of CPUs servers that I wouldn’t mind putting them back up to use for my personal WebODM. This will help load balance the build.
Hi, I was able to make it work. Couple of things to consider when setting the ClusterODM server in distrubted splite merge.
- Ports to the ClusterODM API needs to be enabled. By default I believe is TCP 10000
- When setting up your “options” in your project tast, you need fill these options:
split (positive integer)
split-overlap (positive integer)
This will give your ClusterODM enough information to assign a master nodeodm. master nodeodm will call back to clusterodm with split tasks assignment requests. master nodeodm does the merge.
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