[Pythonmac-SIG] re: 1.6a1 + threading vs. 1.5.42 (stackless)+
uthread vs. no threading at all
Tue, 18 Apr 2000 16:18:35 +0200
What strikes me is that the 10-threads time appears to be almost exactly 10
times the single-thread case.
If someone has the time to look at this, i.e. see whether the same holds for a
20-thread multithreaded version, I'd appreciate that.
If this is the case there's a few more things I'd like tried (i.e. please
please take some work off my hands:-): the first one is checking whether the
threads run synchronous by any chance, something like
starttimes = *nthreads
stoptimes = *nthreads
for i in range(nthreads):
starttimes[i] = time.time()
stoptimes[i] = time.time()
print starttimes, stoptimes
or so would be interesting.
The next thing I'd be interested in is whether event-things (frantically
moving the mouse, thumping on the keyboard) make any difference to the timing.
So, if someone is willing to try this and report back: please....
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