|Some helpful tips for processing a large array.
Greetings Mario. What a marvelous coincidence. I was just writing a question on
both topics you address. First, thank you for the free software! MCE is amazing.
I've been tweaking it and noticed that smaller chunks
are faster. For some reason 11k is the fastest here. I
also noticed some delay in shutdown due to not calling shutdown but didn't know
what was wrong. Thanks for the clue. Another issue I've come across is the value
of MCE::Util::get_ncpu. On my machine (i7) it says 8 and of course it spawns 8 helpers
but for some reason it's faster when I set that to 4:
> time mce
> time mce
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