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Added multithreading/pool support on the two main generation functions. This allows for a linear speedup of x/NUM_THREADS as defined in the local_settings.py.
Updated readme.MD to reference the new required setting - May be worth adding as a default to the main settings.py?
Running this in a docker environment with PostgreSQL on a SSD.
predict_many_v2 is still running in the background right now, once it's done, I'll provide some time stats.
2x Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU L5639 @ 2.13GHz
Running with 24 threads:
- real 2m 7.850s
- user 27m 25.829s
- sys 1m 41.492s
- real 32m 2.854s
- user 22m 5.785s
- sys 0m 44.857s