[parsec-users] Please guide me about freqmine
xiaoga at gmail.com
Sun Jan 25 12:54:11 EST 2009
I think using strace can determine how many thread created in a muti-thread
For example, in parsec root directory /parsec-1.0 run command:
./bin/parsecmgmt -s 'strace -ff -i -ttt -T -e trace=clone -o
../../../../freqmine_thread' -a run -p freqmine -c gcc-hooks -n 4 -i
This will generate several files named freqmine_thread.xxxx, the xxxx is tid
of each thread.
Hope it help!
University of Science and Technology of China
On Sun, Jan 25, 2009 at 11:44 AM, <fahimeh at ac.upc.edu> wrote:
> Quoting Christian Bienia <cbienia at CS.Princeton.EDU>:
> > Fahimeh,
> > Please read the documentation we provide for PARSEC. The README file
> > get you started, and we also made the PARSEC tutorial available on the
> > PARSEC website. That should answer your questions.
> > - Chris
> Thank you,
> I have read the readme files and parsec tutorial. I learn a lot of thing
> parsec, but now one of my questions is remained unanswered: how I can
> the number of threads of freqmine during execution?
> For example, when I use inscount2_mt.so for it, always the number of thread
> reported 1, even if it was build with -n 2 (or more). Please guide me.
> Your help would be highly appreciated.
> best regards,
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> parsec-users at lists.cs.princeton.edu
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