Same issue. Windows Server 2016. Incredibly frustrating
Wed, Jun 5
May 18 2019
@Finn Bear (finnb) Probably not the best idea to mess about with the tickets of administrators, also this is an opendata ticket, not a blender ticket.
This doesn't seem like a bug report so a developer should decide whether it is valid and remove it if needed.
May 1 2019
Feb 22 2019
hi there, I have the same problem on mac. I just downloaded blenchmark, opened it in blender, and just see this:
Jan 27 2019
Thanks for the report. We have recently removed the dependency on the GLU library entirely, so future versions of the benchmark will work fine without it.
Jan 17 2019
Assigning to Sybren for now. We have to discuss further how to handle the case, since it can't be easily reproduced on our machines here AFAIK.
Jan 16 2019
Could you make a screenshot, please?
Nov 27 2018
Thanks for updating us; marking as solved.
Nov 9 2018
Unfortunately my system changed since this bug report, I switched back from linux to windows 10.
I just ran the quick CPU benchmark and publishing resulted in the same error. BUT when I refreshed the browser tab I was met with some nice bar graphs and the shocking realisation that my render times are twice the average.
Nov 7 2018
This should be resolved now, can you try again?
Nov 5 2018
Experiencing the same error here.
macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 with Blender Benchmark 1.0beta2.
Error log is attached.
Oct 30 2018
There is an issue with the macOS benchmark, will be fixed in the next update.
Oct 29 2018
I didn't know I couldn't.
Please don't change priority yourself.
Oct 21 2018
This is now partially implemented (when viewing a result, we can compare with the average).
Oct 17 2018
same for the Windows64-bit version:
if changed in the script manually to the right value, all works fine:
Oct 13 2018
Oct 4 2018
Same here. We're seeing this on our production builds at 10.12.5 and our beta builds at 10.13.6 tested across iMacs, Mac Pros and MBPs and iMac Pros. error report attached.
Sep 29 2018
Same thing for me on MacOS 10.13.6
Sep 20 2018
same thing just happened to me
Sep 14 2018
Sep 9 2018
Sep 5 2018
Aug 28 2018
The data is accessible via https://opendata.blender.org/raw-data/.
Aug 27 2018
Aug 24 2018
Sergey says it's important to have the display/non-display info in there, so simply stripping is not an option.
Aug 22 2018
Thank you very much for your answers Francesco :-)
We definitely plan to provide some more in-depth metrics for certain results.
Check the rest rest of the work board to get an idea of what is coming next. In particular T56478 and T56323 will (at least partially) address your question. For the rest, there's T56320.
Ok, thanks for the answer, so... Why to show only the 5 fastest GPUs and CPUs and not all the tried ones ?
This could be very useful for all users, and more motivating to everybody trying the benchmark software, you don't think so ?
This actually the expected behaviour of the "view benchmark" page. The code that you see is the actual result of the benchmark.
We plan to add a description that better explains that, as well as some charts that show the result in context of the other results on the platform. Thanks for the feedback!
Time series support has been introduced via Line Charts in 9587483.
Fixed in bdab754.
The command line gives me 6 times this Error:
Aug 21 2018
No crash on NVIDIA dGPU.
Can you try running the Benchmark from the command line and checking if there are any errors printed in the?
I see the same issue on macOS 10.13.6 and Windows 10, and in my case it (seems to crash only when the test is running via AMD GPU (either dGPU or eGPU). Also I notice the test seems to fail at the same point (early in the Classroom image test) but without warnings or error dialogs afterward. The test just hangs and sits there on screen indefinitely, Mac and PC.
Aug 19 2018
Aug 18 2018
Beta 2 has been released, so please give it a try :)
Much better, apparently this is the same issue (missing SSL library) as T56275.
macOS High Sierra 10.13.6
I can see the same error here, here's the error report from 1.0beta2:
Aug 16 2018
The behavior sounds like what you're describing. The webbrowser never opened the link. I went to "My Data" on my own afterwards and found it empty. Then went back and encountered the error trying to resubmit.
Did your webbrowser open a link like https://opendata.blender.org/benchmark/8f5b8325-bae0-4baf-a921-993fab3c4c57 after submission? If not, the submission went bad (and it makes sense that it doesn't show up in My Data). If it did, there is something very strange going on.
The platform.linux_distribution() function works fine on my Ubuntu 17.10 install. However, it's clearly deprecated and distro can be stripped down to just one file (distro.py) that we can bundle easily. Thanks for doing the digging and making fixing this easy!
Done, see T56403 for details
Fixed in b64577df2e5e6ace5d3791765064759523bdaae1. The Benchmark Client now just times out while the user is performing the registration procedure. They can then simply resubmit from the Client after registration is finished.
Aug 15 2018
Not sure what the issue was (because the error reporting of the beta client is so lousy). Please retry once we release the new (beta) Benchmark Client, which has much better error handling & reporting.
Thanks for the update, it pinpoints where things went wrong. This was fixed in b64577df2e5e6ace5d3791765064759523bdaae1 and will be included in the next (beta) release of the Benchmark Client.