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 First Encounter - Multithreading 

Last post Wed, Sep 26 2007 6:55 AM by archive. 1 replies.
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  • Wed, Sep 26 2007 6:55 AM

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    First Encounter - Multithreading Reply

    Hi everyone,

    I am new to First Encounter and I have a question about multithreading. I am running it on a Fedora Core 3 box with and Intel Core 2 Duo, and during globalDetailRoute and other CPU-intensive operations I have one core almost always at 100% utilization while the other is idle. It's inconsistent, however, and will flip flop between the two cores. The Text Command Reference mentions the -cpu flag for verifyGeometry (and that it requires additional licenses for each additional thread), but are there similar options for globalDetailRoute and other commands?

    Thanks in advance for any assistance,

    Mike


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  • Fri, Sep 28 2007 11:25 AM

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    RE: First Encounter - Multithreading Reply

    Hi Mike,

    To use multi-threaded nanoroute, you need to set a variable. You can do it in the gui on the NanoRoute form, or command line:

    setNanoRouteMode envNumberProcessor 2

    - Kari


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