Some Questions for creating eOn Optimizer Apps

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Arthur200000
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Some Questions for creating eOn Optimizer Apps

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First of all,does eOn(BOINC) official allow the use of Optimizer Apps?
Secondly,is the source code of eON(Boinc app) the same as this one in the repository?
graeme
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Re: Some Questions for creating eOn Optimizer Apps

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Yes, that is the source code. We do not have any applications with specific optimizations beyond those that are pretty generic for each platform. That said, we have not found that additional specific optimizations improve our performance much. There certainly would be room for adding support for graphics and coprocessor cards, but this would require quite a bit of additional work.
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Re: Some Questions for creating eOn Optimizer Apps

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graeme wrote:Yes, that is the source code. We do not have any applications with specific optimizations beyond those that are pretty generic for each platform. That said, we have not found that additional specific optimizations improve our performance much. There certainly would be room for adding support for graphics and coprocessor cards, but this would require quite a bit of additional work.
I see.According to this post(8#),you only opened -O2,right?
Possibly I would have better performance after I enabled -O3.
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Re: Some Questions for creating eOn Optimizer Apps

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There hasn't been any performance difference in our compute client when compiled at -O3 as opposed to -O2.
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