I tried with the SVN version, and indeed it works.
I tried again with the .tar.gz version, and I confirm that checkpointing doesn't work when using multithreading. It generates correctly the checkpoints, put when you try to resume from a checkpoint, it loads all the history, but then fails to start again the evaluation without printing any error or raising any exception.
As far as I could trace it, it stays stuck waiting for a thread.
Conclusion: use the SVN version ;)
Le 4 sept. 2013 à 17:36, Marc Segond <[log in to unmask]> a écrit :
> On 04/09/2013 17:29, Sean Luke wrote:
> > On Sep 4, 2013, at 11:03 AM, Marc Segond wrote:
> >> - - launch a run with checkpointing AND more than one thread
> >> - - try to load from any checkpoint
> >> It gets stuck after loading the checkpoint, seems that it does not
> >> succeed to run the evaluation.
> > Per earlier discussion on this list, did you make the ThreadPool
> Yes, when it is not Serializable, it raises an error at execution time,
> which is not the case.
> > Marc, try the SVN repository version of the code rather than the
> tarball on the website.
> > Sean
> I will try.