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openmosix lets nodes share work

it must not use threads

tcl uses event programming

will this work with openmosix

www.openmosix.org

On May 10, 8:10 pm, gavino <gavcom@gmail.com> wrote:

> openmosix lets nodes share work

> it must not use threads

> tcl uses event programming

> will this work with openmosix

> www.openmosix.org

yes tcl can be compiled with out support for threading

Carl

On May 11, 3:10 am, gavino <gavcom@gmail.com> wrote:

> openmosix lets nodes share work
> it must not use threads
> tcl uses event programming
> will this work with openmosix

As long as all your processing takes place in one single (single-
threaded) process, obviously no parallelism is possible.
To take advantage of a plurality of processors (be it openmosix or a
true smp), clearly you'll have to re-architect and create several
communicating processes.

Now, such considerations usually come with heavy number-crunching
tasks. Not really Tcl's domain...

-Alex

On May 11, 11:10 am, gavino <gavcom@gmail.com> wrote:

> will this work with openmosix

If you can divide your problem into separate processes, mosix won't
care if your problem is in tcl/fortran/whatever - it just pushes your
processes to somewhere they can run. Your problem then becomes how to
partition your problem.

P

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