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With few exceptions, the different test processes do not communicate with one another and for most spec suites you, the developer, do not need to worry about which spec is running on which process. This makes it easy to parallelize your suites and get some major performance gains.

There are, however, contexts where you _do_ need to be aware of which process a given spec is running on. In particular, there are several patterns for building effective parallelizable integration suites that need this information. We will explore such patterns in much more detail in the [Patterns chapter](#patterns-for-parallel-integration specs) - feel free to jump straight there if you're interested! For now we'll simply introduce some of the building blocks that Ginkgo provides for implementing these patterns.
There are, however, contexts where you _do_ need to be aware of which process a given spec is running on. In particular, there are several patterns for building effective parallelizable integration suites that need this information. We will explore such patterns in much more detail in the [Patterns chapter](#patterns-for-parallel-integration-specs) - feel free to jump straight there if you're interested! For now we'll simply introduce some of the building blocks that Ginkgo provides for implementing these patterns.

#### Discovering Which Parallel Process a Spec is Running On

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