[Opensim-users] Multi-core Mac
aerowolf at gmail.com
Thu Jun 18 18:31:29 UTC 2009
The official Mono download does not have a pkg-config .pc file. This
breaks the build.
On Thu, Jun 18, 2009 at 3:18 AM, Markus Strickler<markus at braindump.ms> wrote:
> Hi Paul-
> why not use the official Mono download for OS X?
> You'll probably also need nant if it's not included int he above
> downoad. The grab the OpneSim sources and run nant on them.
> This should be pretty much it.
> As the services are run as separate processes they should use the
> cores. Not sure how Mono has implemented threading on OS X, but the
> OS will probably distribute the threads of each service over the cores
> as well.
> Zitat von "Paul Fishwick" <fishwick at cise.ufl.edu>:
>> I would like to install a set of opensim regions on a multi-core Mac Pro
>> and had these 2 questions:
>> (1) For a Mac, does not install the Unix installation (via MacPorts?) or
>> is there a separate installation procedure recommended?
>> (2) For multi-core processors such as the 4 and 8 core machines, are
>> the cores used by distributing services (UGAIM and Regions) ?
>> Paul Fishwick, PhD
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