Re: [eclipse-clp-users] Multicore/CPU systems and Eclipse CLP

From: Christian Wirth <tyrion_at_...215...>
Date: Tue, 22 Jun 2010 18:41:48 +0200
Thx,

i will need to try it out, but seems not too complicated .. except how 
do i copy the ruleset ? The ruleset is compiled from a file and some 
existing rules, so i don't know every predicate. Is there a way to just 
copy all ?

cheers Christian

Am 22.06.2010 18:28, schrieb Wit Jakuczun:
> Dear Christian,
>    we have done something similar on 32 processors. You must use 
> RemoteEclipse or OutOfProcessEclipse and not EmbeddedEclipse.. Check 
> this part of documentation: 
> http://www.eclipse-clp.org/doc/embedding/embroot048.html for more details.
> All you have to do is to send ruleset to each prolog engine 
> separately. After this you can call them asynchronously.
> Best regards
> -- 
> [ Wit Jakuczun http://www.linkedin.com/in/jakuczunwit  ]
>
>
> 2010/6/22 Christian Wirth <tyrion@...215... 
> <mailto:tyrion@...215...>>
>
>     My program creates a ruleset on startup .. ofc that can only be
>     done singlecore, but after that i repeatetly call a predicate that
>     does not modify the ruleset and it is not dependant on the
>     parallel calls. So i just want to run every predicate call on a
>     new core, without any interaction with the other calls.
>     But how can i setup the parallel solving ?
>
>     Am 22.06.2010 18:12, schrieb Wit Jakuczun:
>>     2010/6/22 Christian Wirth <tyrion@...215...
>>     <mailto:tyrion@...215...>>
>>
>>         Hi,
>>
>>         i'm running eclipse CLP on Dualcore and a Quad CPU machine,
>>         and would
>>         like to use those additional cores/cpus. I'm running eclipse
>>         from Java
>>         and it's already setup to create multiple parallel threads,
>>         but eclipse
>>         seems to use only one core anyway ?
>>         What do i need to do ?
>>
>>     I what way would you like to use more than one cpu? If you are
>>     asking whether ECLiPSe can solve clp problems using many cpus
>>     then the answer is no (according to my knowledge). But you could
>>     try to do it by yourself by decomposing your problem and solving
>>     each subproblem with separate eclipse solver.
>>     Best regards
>>     -- 
>>     [ Wit Jakuczun http://www.linkedin.com/in/jakuczunwit  ]
>
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