Ideas for creating processes
dreadpiratejeff at gmail.com
Thu Mar 11 03:52:19 CET 2010
On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 18:03, MRAB <python at mrabarnett.plus.com> wrote:
> Are you sure that you would gain from doing more than one at a time?
> The bottleneck will probably be the speed of your network connection,
> and if that's working at its maximum speed with one sync then doing
> several concurrently won't save any time. (The syncs will also be
> completing for disk I/O.)
Good point MRAB... thanks for making it.
I started to wonder the same thing, but it took me a couple hours away
from working on it and a good dinner before I saw that...
Yeah, looking at it freshly now, I agree, I think I probably would be
better off running them one at a time.
The goal is to update several directories of ISO images with nightly
builds. I can use rsync and only download images that are changed, or
I can use zsync and only download diffs (I believe that's how it
works) which is faster anyway.
The only reason I was considering doing them all simultaneously, or in
batches at least, is that I have to update 10 - 12 ISOs daily... BUT,
now that I look at it from your perspective, yeah, it would probably
be faster overall to do them one at a time instead because of the
Thanks! That helped a lot (and probably saved me a lot of headache
later on) :-)
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