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Re: Hadoop and CUDA
When you create your jar using netbeans, do you include the Hadoop libraries in the jar you create?
This would increase the size of the jar and in this case, size does matter.

On Oct 18, 2012, at 5:06 AM, sudha sadhasivam <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

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> Sir
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> We are trying to combine Hadoop and CUDA. When we create a jar file for hadoop programs from command prompt it runs faster. When we create a jar file from netbeans it runs slower. We could not understand the problem.
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> This is important as we are trying to work with hadoop and CUDA (jcuda).We could create a jar file only using netbeans IDE. The performance seemed to be very poor. Especially, we feel that it reads part by part for every  few KBs
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> The code executes, but time taken for execution is high
> Does not show any advantages in two levels of parallelism
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> Kindly let us know about the problem
> Thanking you
> G Sudha
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