Originally Posted by yannickhk
Yeah, I am using the 16 cores hack. No luck so far. I am still getting the 6097 projects and such.
Well, remove it. More things to go wrong and you do not need it (as long as the VM is handed 12 threads), and can cause a decrease performance. Silly question, but did you add -bigadv
flag and at the same time made sure you didn't run -advmethods
(either in the config or as a flag)? When you start fah, complete this sentance: "__ cores detected".
Originally Posted by BWG
Well, that is something we were concerned about huh? You need 1:20:38 without upload time and you are sitting at 1:25:17
I think that is a pretty big gap that may make it not so doable for you. What about kracken? I have never looked into that, and I do not know how it works, but it shaves off quite a bit of time right?
I'm running Kraken on my 2500K, and honestly I see no reason to do so. Now, I haven't compared back to back, but I was running a standard Ubuntu install before and then a new Ubuntu install with BFS and Kraken as the main tweaks, I didn't see any significant TPF changes there (maybe even slower, but that ca be differences in WUs and such).
Originally Posted by $ilent
An affinity wrapper for the Fahcore
under Linux, to handle the threads and make some magic happen so things go faster. Mostly used for multi socket.