GHC build times on newer MacBook Pros?
davidterei at gmail.com
Tue Aug 23 19:24:37 CEST 2011
I have a 16 core machine at work (with 48GB of ram, a perk of the job
:)). GHC can saturate them all. Can validate GHC in well under 10
minutes on it.
I also just got the 15" core i7 2.3GHz less then a week ago, it's a
very nice machine so I would recommend it. But yeah just getting the
2.2GHz is the better value for money.
On 23 August 2011 07:56, Johan Tibell <johan.tibell at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sounds promising. Now I just have to decide whether to get the 2.2 or
> 2.3 GHz version. I suspect the latter is a bit overpriced.
> On Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 4:36 PM, austin seipp <as at hacks.yi.org> wrote:
>> I'm using a MBP with a quad core 2gHz Core i7; it has 8 overall
>> hardware threads. GHC's build process using 'make -j9' or 'make -j12'
>> totally saturates all my cores. I believe I can clock in a full build
>> at well under 10 minutes (with BuildFlavor = quick in mk/build.mk.)
>> For comparison, I also have a dual core 2gHz Core i7 (4 hardware
>> threads) in a lenovo sitting next to it running Linux, and a full GHC
>> build takes a bit longer. I can get real numbers later if it's
>> actually that interesting.
>> I'd recommend you getting the quad-core machine, if at all possible.
>> On Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 4:27 AM, Johan Tibell <johan.tibell at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I'm looking to upgrade my laptop so that I can (among other things)
>>> compile GHC faster. I'll either get the 13" 2.7GHz dual-core Intel
>>> Core i7 model or the 15" 2.2GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 model. Anyone
>>> know if it's worth to get the 15" model? According to these benchmarks
>>> it should be quite a bit faster:
>>> but I don't know if I can get enough parallelism out of GHC's build to
>>> use all 4 cores in the 15" model.
>>> -- Johan
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