Compiling utilizing multiple CPUs
cs at wa-sp.com
Tue Jan 15 12:11:17 PST 2008
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I'll give your program a go, it looks promising. It will be tested on a
Quad-core Xeon CPU system. Even though compiling using several CPUs is
not essential, it would just be nice to try and take advantage of what
Will let you know how I get on with ports+.
Yoshihiro Ota skrev:
| Yes, there is.
| Take a look at http://uyota.asablo.jp/blog/cat/portsplus/.
| I have written the program and finally came to a satisfying stage.
| I was thinking to seek for testers after writing some more tips
| and examples.
| You can give a try.
| I've been using/developing it for a half year.
| On Tue, 15 Jan 2008 00:55:29 +0100
| Christoffer Strömblad <cs at wa-sp.com> wrote:
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|> I've recently begun to explore the world of FreeBSD and all its
|> wonderful things. (Who thought it would even be possible to actually get
|> excited about a port upgrade?)
|> Having looked through much of the available documentation one thing
|> continues to elude me... Is it possible to specify globally how many
|> CPUs are available when compiling a port? When I compile a port now it
|> seems as if only one CPU is used, even though more are available.
|> My apologies if I am missing something obvious, but I've tried to the
|> best of my abilities to find the answer but without success.
|> Many thanks,
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