How to increase number of threads per process?
Ronan.Viernes at onsemi.com
Wed Jul 14 05:29:29 CEST 2004
Thanks for the idea. Actually, I only used the default installations of
glibc in my SuSE Linux Setup. I believe during Python runtime, it will use
the libraries of glibc installed in the server and in my example the
different SuSE versions may have differenct glibc compilations as well.
I guess I may need to recompile my glibc then. If that's the case, where do
I modify the number of threads to increase it? Also, as a consequence of
recompiling the glibc, what other modules do I need to recompile in my SuSE
Linux server then?
Thanks and I really appreciate the information and help being extended.
From: John Lenton [mailto:jlenton at gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 14, 2004 11:15 AM
To: Ronan Viernes (s20725)
Cc: python-list at python.org
Subject: Re: How to increase number of threads per process?
On 13 Jul 2004 19:27:21 -0700, Ronan Viernes <ronan.viernes at onsemi.com>
> Hi Steve,
> Thanks for the info. Unfortunately, adding the sleep to my previous
> example (modified version below) did not alter the results. Please
> take note that I am using thread library (and not threading). The
> sample code below is simplified version of our system and of course
> each of the thread has other tasks to do rather than staying idle in
> What really puzzles me now is, if I change the environment (OS and
> Python Versions) accordingly it will give different results. This made
> me believe that it is somewhat 'configurable'.
as far as I know, it's the way your glibc is compiled that makes the
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