[mkgmap-dev] Memory limits for mkgmap and splitterFrom Chris Miller chris.miller at kbcfp.com on Fri Aug 7 13:56:11 BST 2009
> While you're on it, dare I ask to check if it's easy to do some stuff > in different threads? I notice that one core is at 100% almost > constantly while the harddisk is still far from being maxed-out. There > should be room to further speed things up a bit. I've got 4 cores (8 with hyperthreading) so this is something I'm acutely aware of. Watching my PC churn away at only 12.5% CPU for a few hours isn't my idea or resources well spent! Unfortunately there's no quick win because the XML parsing is very linear, but I have already been considering various options and certainly plan to give them a try at some point. I've got quite a few other improvements planned that'll come first though.
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