Mapping/Compile time

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  • Use latest Git: git pull --rebase
    • Please always give the (first 7 characters of) Git revision hash you compiled ufo2map with (and ensure your maps are from the same revision).
  • Compile ufo2map
  • Compile the maps and stop the time.
    • Windows: "cd contrib\scripts", "compile_maps.bat /clean". it reports start and finish times on completion. repeat with "/-t" to enforce -t 1.
    • Linux: to delete *.bsp "make clean-maps", then "time make maps". the real time is the one you want
      • You can force a specific number of threads with e.g. "time make maps NUMTHREADS=2"
      • The number of jobs that make executes at the same time can be changed with something like "time make maps -j4"
      • Combine if you like :)

Results

Time
hh:mm
Processor Cores ufo2map -t
make -j
RAM OS and Bit Revision Nick Remarks
01:02 i7-3630QM
2.4 GHz
4/8 -t 1 -j 12 6 GB Win 8 / 64 15.11.2012 Duke 1) 6)

Old results

Time
hh:mm
Processor Cores ufo2map -t
make -j
RAM OS and Bit Revision Nick Remarks
00:27 Intel Core(TM)i7 920 2.67 GHz 4/8 -j 5 -t 8 3GB 64bit Vista 31971 Duke 1) 2) now with lighting threshold
01:06 Intel Core(TM)i7 920 2.67 GHz 4/8 -j 5 -t 8 3GB 64bit Vista 31955 Duke 1) 2) now with +city
00:16 Intel Xeon(TM) w3520 2.67 GHz 4/8 ------ 4GB 32bit XP 27548 Muton 1) 4) 5)
00:49 Intel Xeon(TM) w3520 2.67 GHz 4/8 -t 8 4GB 32bit XP 27548 Muton 3)
00:34 Intel Xeon(TM) w3520 2.67 GHz 4/8 -t 8 4GB 32bit XP 27548 Muton 1) 3)
00:26 Intel Core(TM)i7 920 2.67 GHz 4/8 -j 5 -t 4 3GB 64bit Vista 27334 Duke 1) 2)
00:37 Intel Core(TM)i7 920 2.67 GHz 4/8 -j 1 -t 8 3GB 64bit Vista 27334 Duke 1) 3)
00:40 Phenom X4 940 3.0 GHz 4 -j 5 4GB 64bit Kubuntu 9.04 24705 Catty Nebulart
00:35 Intel Core(TM)2 Quad Q8200 2.33GHz 4 -j 5 4GB 64bit Ubuntu 9.04 25142 mattn
01:57 Intel Core(TM)2 Duo E6550 2.33GHz 2 -j 4 2GB 64bit Ubuntu 8.04 25277 geever
00:54 Intel Pentium® Dual CPU T2390 1.86GHz 2 -j 2 2GB 32bit Ubuntu 9.04
Linux 2.6.28-13-generic
25295 ulidtko
08:24 AMD AthlonXP 2000+ 1667MHz 1 -j 4 1GB 32bit Debian Etch 25527 geever
01:51 AMD x86 64 2.0GHz 2 -t 2 2GB 32bit Vista 18441 blondandy
03:56 AMD x86 64 2.0GHz 2 -t 1 2GB 32bit Vista 18441 blondandy
04:06 AMD x86 64 2.2GHz 1 -t 1 3.3GB 32bit XP 18441 blondandy
02:29 AMD x86 64 2.0GHz 2 -t 2 2GB 64bit openSuSE 11.0 18441 blondandy
01:11 Intel Core2 Quad 2.66GHz 4 -t 4
-j5
8GB (7.8 Gib) 64bit Ubuntu 8.04
Linux 2.6.24-19-generic
18441 hoehrer
01:21 Intel Core2 Quad 2.66GHz 4 -t 4 8GB (7.8 Gib) 64bit Ubuntu 8.04
Linux 2.6.24-19-generic
18441 hoehrer
00:40
01:19
Intel Core2 Quad 2.66GHz 4 -t 1
-j4 NUMTHREADS=1
8GB (7.8 Gib) 64bit Ubuntu 8.04
Linux 2.6.24-19-generic
18463 hoehrer
06:53 Intel Pentium III 733MHz 1 -t 1 512MB 32bit Slackware-current 18601 richlv

1) compiled ufo2map with -O3 and -march=core2
2) used msys to start make under Vista as described above for linux
3) using compile_maps.bat
4) using make_UfoAI_win32.exe
5) gcc option -msse4.2 -mfpmath=sse 6) used msys to start make under Windows 8 as described above for linux