[Bioc-devel] reporting progress while running in parallel
robert.castelo at upf.edu
Mon Aug 30 14:43:57 CEST 2010
Ralf, thanks for the hint, i've looked at the current devel code and
over the original snow code of staticClusterApply() it just adds a
message to inform that a job is being sent to a slave. however, as i was
saying in a previous message to Martin, i'm not interested in reporting
when a job starts and ends but how far are the slaves in their
respective jobs. again, if you or anybody has ever seen something like
this in an R or BioC package, i'll be very happy to hear about it.
On Sat, 2010-08-28 at 03:41 -0700, Ralf Tautenhahn wrote:
> XCMS has slightly modified versions of snow's clusterApply(LB)
> that allow progress reporting.
> schrieb Robert Castelo:
> > dear developers,
> > i'm adding parallel support to my package by copying& pasting the way
> > in which this is done by other packages like ShortRead. i'm currently
> > using 'snow' and since i'm providing this support for
> > computing-intensive calculations i'd like that while these calculations
> > are running in parallel, some sort of progress is reported.
> > i'd like to ask whether anybody here has added parallel support to
> > his/her package including some sort of progress reporting functionality.
> > my first guess is that probably the loop of slave R processes created by
> > 'snow' should be replaced by something else, but i hope somebody has a
> > more clear idea about what could be done.
> > thanks!
> > robert.
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