If I interrupt a Linux PovRay trace with Ctrl-Z (i. e. the process is
immediately stopped) does any pixels which have been traced since the last
write-to-disk get flushed and saved?
I am asking this as I sometimes have to quickly abandon a trace via Ctrl-Z
under Linux, as the particular trace is very slow and doing Ctrl-C has me
waiting about 15 minutes for the program to exit to the shell.
I am I actually throwing away progress by Ctrl-Z 'ing out after an 18 hour
trace and NOT doing Ctrl-C and waiting the extra half an hour for PovRay to
finish in its own time the one pixel and exit? I am using an abort count of