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How can i use 8 cores to do compute in fedora!

asked 2012-07-11 02:00:33 +0000

updated 2014-09-28 17:26:48 +0000

mether gravatar image

In our laboratory,it is a server to do compute. the servers operating system is Fedora,and i found it have 8 CPU cores. when i want it to do compute,i found only one core is be used.so it will take me long time to wait the compute result. other detail about simulation soft is Crystal09. How can i use 8 cores to do compute? Thanks you read and advices!

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answered 2016-03-21 11:59:38 +0000

collen gravatar image

I've got similar problems with a program only using 1 core. Was looking into the possibility to bond cpu cores into 1 virtual core. but no luck so far.

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answered 2012-07-15 02:49:15 +0000

The cores are all available for your computation. Either you have a switch on your software to make use of them, like Blender has on instance, or your application cannot take advantage of many cores. In the latter case you need a different software, provided of course your problem can be parallelised. Another option is to launch many instances of your software to make several calculations with different parameters in parallel.

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Asked: 2012-07-11 02:00:33 +0000

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