parallel builds revisited
youshi10 at u.washington.edu
Thu Apr 12 09:06:37 UTC 2007
Pav Lucistnik wrote:
> Benjamin Lutz píše v čt 12. 04. 2007 v 05:43 +0200:
>> Is there any detailed information available on what's planned here
>> isn't in your description on SoC page?
> I don't know if I can forward you the proposal text, they might not be
> public. But it's basically copy&paste from the Ideas page.
>>> USE_MAKE_JOBS= 2
>> Yes, that's what I had in mind as a final goal too. Having a single file
>> whitelist is useful though, since you don't have to patch hundreds of
>> makefiles while the whole thing is being tested and developed.
> I came up with a preliminary patch, check it out at
>>> I have great interest in this development. This is a highly desirable
>>> feature to have.
>> Me too. Could you keep me in the loop on how the SoC project progresses?
>> Seeing how that's concentrating on inter-port-parallelism, I think I'll
>> continue to work on intra-port-parallelism for a bit.
> That's likely to how its gonna turn out, yeah. The SoC proposal
> concentrates on "inter-port".
I dunno how you want to approach this, but gmake does recommend 2 jobs
be run in parallel for HTT enabled chips, and 3 or 4 jobs for a dual
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