20230612, 22:33  #1  
Dec 2011
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Adjustable divide data in row
Ok, as always I have some strange problems: if I can say at start dont judge my definitions or decisions and tell me what is better or not:thanks for that.
So problem is: I have 5 computers running linux: two are Ryzen 3700X one is Ryzen 3600 , one is Ryzen 3900 and one is Intel I59600K So I need to divide data for processing ( CRUS sequences) equal and in row . This is real data 3700X 4 workers  2 cores per worker (*2 since I got same CPU) 3900X 4 workers  3 cores per worker 3600 2 worker  3 cores per worker Intel 1 worker with 6 cores. So I can sum all number of cores ( in this case 40 cores) divide it with number or candidates lets say 1000 candidates : so every core got 25 workunits) For that I use script Batalov wrote and it works perfectly Quote:
Second part is puzzling me For 3700 I need to take first 8 sections from "final.txt (Batalov script) since it has 8 cores: sort it again to be in row and split it in 4 equal parts. So I take 8 sections, sort it and using Batalov script got perfect answer. But can be done faster then this?  that is my question I would like that answer can be adjustable since for other situations number of workers can be changes. Prefer linux script as answer. Thanks for any reply Last fiddled with by pepi37 on 20230612 at 22:33 

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