[graph-tool] Correlation Histogram
Alexandre Hannud Abdo
abdo at member.fsf.org
Wed Feb 8 18:38:09 CET 2017
Ni! Hi Phillip,
That's a feature of OpenMP controlled by an environment variable:
So you can, for example
before running your code.
Le mercredi 08 février 2017 à 10:09 -0700, P-M a écrit :
> I am trying to obtain the correlation histogram for a graph of mine
> the example given in the manual. I run:
> g = gt.load_graph('graph.gt')
> My graph is relatively large at 12,238,931 vertices and 24,884,365
> edges. My
> problem is that as soon as I start the code it runs on 20 processes
> happily chomps through 252 GB of RAM before starting to spill over
> into the
> swap making my machine incredibly slow.
> I presume the RAM usage is linked to the parallel processing so
> could be tackled if I ran it using fewer processes. Is there any way
> reducing the RAM usage? Or would I need to implement the routine
> manually to
> achieve this?
> Best wishes,
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