From: Anthony Williams (anthony_w.geo_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-02-13 11:40:09
Andrey Tcherepanov <moyt63c02 <at> sneakemail.com> writes:
> On Tue, 12 Feb 2008 00:52:47 -0700, Anthony Williams
> <anthony_w.geo <at> yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Andrey Tcherepanov <moyt63c02 <at> sneakemail.com> writes:
> > How shall I get them to you? Each build is around 1Mb, and zips to
> > around 280k.
> as long as zip file is not above couple megs, I think you can email me to
> andrey<dot>tcherepanov<at>gmail<dot>com . Or, even better, put it on
> vault, so if somebody else wants to rerun them on their machine can do it
I've uploaded a zip file to my website:
This contains 36 EXEs and a batch file. If you run the batch file, it runs each
EXE in turn, and appends the results to dining_philosophers.txt. Multiple runs
will just add to the end of the file.
If you only want to run a subset, edit the batch file.
> One thing that I am not sure is if you need completely clean machine (no
> other processes running)? I am asking because these machines are parts of
> the db clusters (standby node in the active-passive cluster), and might
> have some small processes running anyway.
The less that's running, the better, but provided the machine isn't heavily
loaded, it shouldn't matter.
> In regards of cores and cpus and hyperthreading -- I will add full specs
> of the machines to the results.
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