Does Mathematica 5 use multiple processors on SPARC?
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- Subject: [mg55137] Does Mathematica 5 use multiple processors on SPARC?
- From: Dave <nospam at nowhere.com>
- Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2005 03:43:36 -0500 (EST)
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
I assume this technical FAQ
is out of date since it says "The current version of Mathematica does
not take direct advantage of multiple processors on any platform"
says "Mathematica 5 also takes advantage of multiple processors for a
range of numerical operations on those operating systems such as Linux,
Windows, and HP-UX that support this multithreaded capability."
Now my question is does Mathematica 5 support multiple processors on
Solaris? Since the kernel code is very similar across platforms, I
assume it does, although it is odd to mention HP-UX and not Solaris,
when the latter is probably used much more.
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