Multiprocessing takes higher execution time
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Wed Jan 7 16:28:27 CET 2009
On 2009-01-07, Steve Holden <steve at holdenweb.com> wrote:
>> I use multiprocessing to compare more then one set of files.
>> For comparison each set of files (i.e. Old file1 Vs New file1)
>> I create a process,
>> Process(target=compare, args=(oldFile, newFile)).start()
>> It takes 61 seconds execution time.
>> When I do the same comparison without implementing
>> multiprocessing, it takes 52 seconds execution time.
> My first suggestion would be: show us some code. We aren't
> psychic, you know.
He's only got one processor, and he's just been bit by Amdahl's
law when P<1 and S<1.
There you have a perfectly "psychic" answer: an educated guess
camoflaged in plausible-sounding but mostly-bullshit buzzwords.
A better psychic would have avoided making that one falsifiable
statement (he's only got one processor).
Grant Edwards grante Yow! Hello. Just walk
at along and try NOT to think
visi.com about your INTESTINES being
almost FORTY YARDS LONG!!
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