Bob Sneidar bobsneidar at
Wed Jul 11 10:38:51 EDT 2018

You may want to reserve a couple cores for the OS. 

Bob S

> On Jul 10, 2018, at 14:40 , Mike Bonner via use-livecode <use-livecode at> wrote:
> Mostly i'm looking to learn how things work, but the end goal is to a) have
> a front lc based controller (httpd) that can hand off jobs to a pool of
> docker "processors," and getting a handle on how to dynamically spin up
> more instances based on demand.  (kubernetes?)  I don't know enough yet to
> use the right words.  I could do all this exploration without lc, but it is
> so much easier to put together whatever processors I want in lc, so that I
> can spend most of my (limited) energy focusing on the docker side.
> One thing I may try to set up..  I have an old HP z800, with 24 possible
> threads, and I also have most of the (english) files from project
> gutenberg. I'd like to process and index all those files into a searchable
> database, using 24 docker images at once, each assigned to a core.  IE take
> advantage of my knowledge of LC, while at the same time, bypassing its
> single thread limitations.

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