Linux Code performance profiling

Robert Somerville
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As i work in Scientific/seismic application code development, i feel qualified to ask whether you need any help optimizing your performance to Linux/Mac.i have 10 years in advanced trouble shooting. I would need a small data set and of course the current source code for Einstein at home. Your call ......

Robert Somerville

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Linux Code performance profiling

> have 10 years in advanced trouble shooting. I would need a small data set and
> of course the current source code for Einstein at home. Your call ......
>
>
> Robert Somerville

Mr. Sommerville,

A better venue to present your offer might be the BOINC developer's mailing list. I believe Professor Allen (project head) submits to and reads those emails more often than these forums.

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> A better venue to present

Message 8821 in response to message 8820

> A better venue to present your offer might be the href="https://einsteinathome.org/%3Ca%20href%3D"http://www.ssl.berkeley.edu/mailman/listinfo/boinc_dev">http://www.ssl.berkeley.edu/mailman/listinfo/boinc_dev">BOINC
> developer's mailing list[/url]. I believe Professor Allen (project head)
> submits to and reads those emails more often than these forums.

And if you choose to make your kind offer there, I sincerely hope that it is warmly received. There are a lot of linux users out there whose suffering is severely in need of alleviation.

Cheers,
Gary.

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after check on boinc_opt

after check on boinc_opt mailing list it seems they have located 2 bottle-necks in the Linux code. I have no idea when it will be released however to us users , however

-Robert

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> > A better venue to present

Message 8823 in response to message 8821

> > A better venue to present your offer might be the
> href="https://einsteinathome.org/%3Ca%20href%3D"http://www.ssl.berkeley.edu/mailman/listinfo/boinc_dev">http://www.ssl.berkeley.edu/mailman/listinfo/boinc_dev">BOINC
> > developer's mailing list[/url]. I believe Professor Allen (project head)
> > submits to and reads those emails more often than these forums.
>
> And if you choose to make your kind offer there, I sincerely hope that it is
> warmly received. There are a lot of linux users out there whose suffering is
> severely in need of alleviation.

If the goal is to make the Einstein science app. run better, then the request should go to the Einstein project (who wrote the app.) and not to BOINC.

BOINC doesn't necessarily have the latest Einstein code, or the right to change it.



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> If the goal is to make the

Message 8824 in response to message 8823

> If the goal is to make the Einstein science app. run better, then the request
> should go to the Einstein project (who wrote the app.) and not to BOINC.
>

You are probably correct,

However I am not aware of any mailing lists specifically for I do see Bruce Allen emails fairly frequently in boinc_dev.

If they exist, they would be better.

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