|Related to : when running program it has me enter two lines after name? help please|
|My c program should be running in several threads using openmp but it isn't|
I guess there are only two possibilities for the issue.
shared_data->sh_rct == 1. In this case, there is nothing to run in
OpenMP runtime was told to limit the number of threads to only one.
The later can be caused by:
Prior call to omp_set_num_threads(1)
OMP_NUM_THREADS environment variable set to 1
Prior call to omp_set_dynamic(1) or OMP_DYNAMIC=TRUE in some cases
|Java kill program if already running|
As mentioned in the comments, the command will also kill the new
instance. There are ways around it, like creating pid files to ensure
only one instance is running. But that probably doesn't matter,
because there are better ways to do the same.
Please check How to implement a single instance Java application and
How to allow running only one instance of a java program
|Running a program where I pass the filename into Main|
Look at the signature for you main procedure. It should look like int
main(int argc, char* argv). The argc parameter holds the number of
arguments including the filename of your program. argv is an array of
null-terminated strings holding the arguments. The second one (index
1), if it exists, is likely what you're looking for. What are you
It looks like you're already using those
|Display an information message while the program is running|
You didn't say what GUI framework you're using, so I'm going to assume
Forms. WPF would be similar though.
Let's assume the work begins when you click a button named "button1".
Create a Form subclass that is your message (called, for the sake of
example, "MessageWaitForm"). Then you can use it like this:
private void SomeWork()
for (var i = 0; i <3504 ; i++)
for (var j = 0; j &l
|checking per ssh if a specific program is still running, in parallel|
The following lets all connections complete before starting any in the
next batch, and thus can potentially wait for more than 30 seconds --
but should give you a good idea of how to do what you're looking for:
hosts=( host1 host2 host3 )
script="script you want to run on each remote host"
last_time=$(( SECONDS - 30 ))
while (( ( SECONDS - last_time ) >= 30 )) ||