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Restrict multiprocessing to available CPUs #293

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mihaic commented Nov 7, 2017

See issue #291.

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Good by me for the FCMA part. I would approve if the Searchlight part looks good, too.

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Does this impact performance?

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Good question, @mjanderson09. I see no reason for performance to change. In practice, I see the same the same performance on genre_searchlight_example with pool_size=None:

# before
Searchlight Done:  4.976254463195801
# after
Searchlight Done:  4.268961191177368
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mihaic commented Nov 8, 2017

Good question, @mjanderson09. I see no reason for performance to change. In practice, I see the same the same performance on genre_searchlight_example with pool_size=None:

# before
Searchlight Done:  4.976254463195801
# after
Searchlight Done:  4.268961191177368

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