[Numpy-discussion] parallel numpy - any info?
Tue Jan 8 09:43:47 CST 2008
2008/1/8, Ray Schumacher <email@example.com>:
> At 04:27 AM 1/8/2008, you wrote:
> > 4. Re: parallel numpy (by Brian Granger) - any info?
> > (Matthieu Brucher)
> >From: "Matthieu Brucher" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >MKL does the multithreading on its own for level 3 BLAS instructions
> There was brief debate yesterday among the Pythonians in the lab as
> to whether the MKL operates outside of the GIL, but it was general
> understanding that it does.
As Numpy releases the GIL, it does ;)
It is still unclear to me whether Python/numpy compiled with MKL
> would be freely re-distributable, as the MSVC version is.
> >Then you must use tools like the processing module, MPI, ...
> I have been using shared memory and numpy with good results lately on
> Win32 with tagged memory.
> On *NIX, arrayfrombuffer(), mmap and MAP_SHARED, or POSH
> seem like the ticket.
I hope that one day, there will be a Python version that will be able to
handle distributed computers, that is distributing one thread per computer
(or core). It could be interesting to use if the algorithm was parallelized.
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