From: Ray Anderson ([email protected])
Date: Wed Oct 04 2000 - 13:08:32 PDT
The question on invoking multi-threaded Hspice caused
me to discover something that I hadn't realized before.
There are several versions of hspice executables provided
in the Solaris distribution. The binary "hspice" is not
multithreaded. The binary "hspice_mt" is.
So, if you do the invocation as shown in the hspice documentation
that I refered to in my earlier message, you will be rewarded
with an error message informing you the binary isn't multithreaded.
You either need to call hspice_mt, rename hspice_mt as hspice, or have
a wrapper or alias that does it for you.
> The previous reply by Elie is correct for windoze platforms.
> To enable multithread support of hspice in a Solaris
> environment the command line syntax is:
> hspice -mt #num -i input_filename -o output_filename
> #num is number of processors to enable.
> If #num is ommitted the number of processors used will
> default to the number of processors online.
> (from page 120 of the hspice.pdf file in the hspice docs
> -Ray Anderson
> Sun Microsystems
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