Montag, 20 November 2017

Multithreading/Threading

The so-called Multithreading denotes the quasi parallel execution of tasks (threads/processes). By using multithreading in the MTWS CoreEngine, the WebsiteAnalyser is able to perform multiple analysis tasks concurrently.

The settings below will help you optimize the analysis speed and adjust multithreading/threading to slower system. You can find the settings for multithreading/threading in the settings dialog under Analysis ⇒ Threading.

View - Multithreading/Threading settings of the WebsiteAnalyser

Important Note:

Please use these settings only if you are aware of the effects of the made multithreading/threading settings on the analysis and analysis speed and stability of your computer.

Multithreading/Threading settings

SettingDescription
Number of Threads Here you can set the number of threads in. The default value is 10. If you have a slow system it might be neccessary to reduce the number of threads.
Thread priority The default value is "normal priority". The individual priorities are explained in the table below.
Thread creation delay in milleseconds Here you can set the delay between the creation of the individual threads. The creation of the threads takes place at the beginning of the analysis process.

Thread priorities

SettingDescription
Idle The thread is executed only when the system is idle. Windows never interrupts another thread in favor of a thread with the priority level "idle".
lowest priority The thread's priority is two levels below the normal level.
lower priority The thread's priority is one level below the normal level.
normal priority The thread has normal priority.
higher priority The thread's priority is a step above the normal level.
highest priority The thread's priority is two levels above the normal level.
tiem critical The thread has the highest priority.

If you have any questions regarding the multithreading/threading settings of the WebsiteAnalyser, please feel free to contact our Support.

Zugriffe: 505 Stand: Sonntag, 12 November 2017