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From Nitin Borwankar <ni...@borwankar.com>
Subject Re: couchdb on 8 core redhat/fedora
Date Sun, 09 Aug 2009 05:57:22 GMT
Paul Davis wrote:

Hey Paul,

Thanks much for that.  I was hoping it was something simple like that.
"Spidermonkey doesn't use any SMP features" -  does that mean it will 
only run on one core and essentially become the bottleneck ?

Nitin

> Nitin,
>
> Getting Erlang to spread should just be a matter of building it to
> have SMP support. ICU and Spidermonkey don't make use of any SM
> operation. You'll want to check Erlang's ./configure --help but I
> think it compiles SMP by default. If not you'll want to check options
> like --with-smp and --with-async.
>
> Paul Davis
>
> On Sun, Aug 9, 2009 at 1:01 AM, Nitin Borwankar<nitin@borwankar.com> wrote:
>   
>> Hello all,
>>
>> I may get *free* access to an 8 core 32G server machine and am curious if
>> the underlying Erlang layer will automagically spread itself across 8 cores
>> or does anything need to be done in particular while build, install or
>> config?
>>
>> Second this is a 64 bit RHEL or FC machine ( not sure exactly whihc but it
>> doesn't matter much)  so the Ubuntu niceness is missing.
>> So when installing from release tarball what's the best way to install
>> dependencies ( the instructions seem only to talk about debian apt-get
>> installs).
>> Are there recent RPM's that can be installed via yum that will satisfy needs
>> of 0.90 and beyond ? Anyone done this before ?
>>
>>
>>
>> 37% of all statistics are made up on the spot
>> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> Nitin Borwankar
>> nborwankar@gmail.com
>>
>>     


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