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Subject: is this a sign of broken smp

Author: Mike Byrne

Date: 19:33:56 03/09/04


single cpu - frest start


D:\Crafty>wcrafty bookpath=d:\book logpath=d:\crafty\log log=on
EPD Kit revision date: 1996.04.21
max threads set to 2
5 piece tablebase files found
14005kb of RAM used for TB indices and decompression tables
EGTB cache memory =    8M bytes.
hash table memory =   96M bytes.
pawn hash table memory =   24M bytes.
choose from book moves randomly (using weights.)
choose from 5 best moves.
book learning disabled
result learning disabled
position learning disabled
pondering disabled.
noise level set to 500.
ERROR "rem st 6000 " is unknown rc-file option
ERROR "rem test d:\crafty\positions\wac\wac.epd 2 " is unknown rc-file option
ERROR "rem test d:\crafty\positions\crafty\crafty.epd 2 " is unknown rc-file opt
ion
ERROR "rem test d:\crafty\positions\ECMf5\ECMf5.epd 2 " is unknown rc-file optio
n
  queen value..........................900
  rook value...........................500
  bishop value.........................300
  knight value.........................300
  pawn value...........................100
  personality setting..................29
  personality name ..................  Fischer






Crafty v19.11 SE [Fischer] (2 cpus)
SE code enabled

White(1): mt=1
max threads set to 1
White(1): kra stand
  queen value..........................900
  rook value...........................500
  bishop value.........................300
  knight value.........................300
  pawn value...........................100
  personality setting..................0
  personality name ..................  Standard




White(1): 2b3k1/p4ppp/7q/2Q5/8/P3r1P1/1r4BP/R3R1K1 b - - bm
Black(1): go
              clearing hash tables
              time surplus   0.00  time limit 22.50 (3:30)
              depth   time  score   variation (1)
                1     0.00  -1.35   1. ... Rxe1+ 2. Rxe1 Bh3 3. Bxh3 Qxh3
                1->   0.02  -1.35   1. ... Rxe1+ 2. Rxe1 Bh3 3. Bxh3 Qxh3
                2     0.02     --   1. ... Rxe1+
                2     0.02  -0.50   1. ... Rxe1+ 2. Rxe1 Be6 3. Qxa7
                2->   0.03  -0.50   1. ... Rxe1+ 2. Rxe1 Be6 3. Qxa7
                3     0.03     --   1. ... Rxe1+
                3     0.03   1.35   1. ... Rxe1+ 2. Rxe1 Rxg2+ 3. Kxg2
                                    Qd2+ 4. Qf2 Bh3+ 5. Kf3 Qxf2+ 6. Kxf2
                3     0.03   1.21   1. ... Rxg2+ 2. Kxg2 Bh3+ 3. Kg1 Rxe1+
                                    4. Rxe1 a6
                3     0.05  -0.18   1. ... Bh3 2. Qxe3 Rxg2+ 3. Kh1
                3     0.05  -0.34   1. ... Bb7 2. Rxe3 Rxg2+ 3. Kf1 Qxh2
                                    4. Qxa7
                3->   0.06  -0.34   1. ... Bb7 2. Rxe3 Rxg2+ 3. Kf1 Qxh2
                                    4. Qxa7
                4     0.06  -0.63   1. ... Bb7 2. Qxe3 Rxg2+ 3. Kf1 Qf6+
                                    4. Qf4 Qxf4+ 5. gxf4 Rxh2
                4->   0.09  -0.63   1. ... Bb7 2. Qxe3 Rxg2+ 3. Kf1 Qf6+
                                    4. Qf4 Qxf4+ 5. gxf4 Rxh2
                5     0.09     ++   1. ... Bb7!!
                5     0.13  -6.15   1. ... Bb7 2. Qxe3 Rxg2+ 3. Kf1 Qf6+
                                    4. Qf4 Qa6+ 5. Re2 Qxe2#
                5     0.16  -6.16   1. ... Rxg2+ 2. Kxg2 Bb7+ 3. Kg1 Rxg3+
                                    4. Kf1 Ba6+ 5. Re2 Qf6+ 6. Qf2 Qxa1+
                5->   0.17  -6.16   1. ... Rxg2+ 2. Kxg2 Bb7+ 3. Kg1 Rxg3+
                                    4. Kf1 Ba6+ 5. Re2 Qf6+ 6. Qf2 Qxa1+
                6     0.22     ++   1. ... Rxg2+!!
                6     0.27  -8.11   1. ... Rxg2+ 2. Kxg2 Bb7+ 3. Kf2 Rf3+
                                    4. Kg2 Rc3+ 5. Kf1 Ba6+ 6. Kg2 Rxc5
                6     0.38 -10.96   1. ... Bb7 2. Re2 Rbxe2 3. Bh3 Qxh3
                                    4. Qxa7 <HT>
                6->   0.41 -10.96   1. ... Bb7 2. Re2 Rbxe2 3. Bh3 Qxh3
                                    4. Qxa7 <HT>
                7     0.47     ++   1. ... Bb7!!
                7     0.75 -12.26   1. ... Bb7 2. Qc8+ Bxc8 3. Red1 Qf6
                                    4. Kh1 Ree2 5. Rac1 Rxg2 6. Rxc8+
                7->   0.92 -12.26   1. ... Bb7 2. Qc8+ Bxc8 3. Red1 Qf6
                                    4. Kh1 Ree2 5. Rac1 Rxg2 6. Rxc8+
                8     1.13 -12.50   1. ... Bb7 2. Qc8+ Bxc8 3. Red1 Re8
                                    4. Kh1 Bb7 5. Rg1 Ree2 6. Bxb7 Rxb7
                8->   1.49 -12.50   1. ... Bb7 2. Qc8+ Bxc8 3. Red1 Re8
                                    4. Kh1 Bb7 5. Rg1 Ree2 6. Bxb7 Rxb7
                9     1.91     ++   1. ... Bb7!!
                9     2.56 -13.83   1. ... Bb7 2. Qc8+ Bxc8 3. Red1 Qf6
                                    4. Kh1 Rxg2 5. Rd8+ Qxd8 6. Kxg2 Re2+
                                    7. Kg1
                9    11.39 -Mat11   1. ... Rxg2+ 2. Kf1 Ba6+ 3. Kxg2 Bb7+
                                    4. Kf2 Rf3+ 5. Kg2 Rxa3+ 6. Kg1 Rxg3+
                                    <HT>
                9->  11.81 -Mat11   1. ... Rxg2+ 2. Kf1 Ba6+ 3. Kxg2 Bb7+
                                    4. Kf2 Rf3+ 5. Kg2 Rxa3+ 6. Kg1 Rxg3+
                                    <HT>
?              10    11.81   1/53*  1. ... Rxg2+
Black(0): ?
              time=13.88  cpu=95%  mat=-1  n=11666267  fh=96%  nps=840K
              ext-> chk=1363669 cap=19466 pp=1 1rep=105628 mate=12268
              predicted=0  nodes=11666267  evals=318286  50move=0
              endgame tablebase-> probes=0  hits=0
              SMP->  split=0  stop=0  data=0/128  cpu=13.22  elap=13.88

mate in 11 moves.
==================================================================

it's taking a few seconds longer on the dual - I'm concerned that I may have
broken SMP some how

anybody else with dual running crafty - and not using my modified source

dual cpu:


D:\Crafty>wcrafty bookpath=d:\book logpath=d:\crafty\log log=on
EPD Kit revision date: 1996.04.21
max threads set to 2
5 piece tablebase files found
14005kb of RAM used for TB indices and decompression tables
EGTB cache memory =    8M bytes.
hash table memory =   96M bytes.
pawn hash table memory =   24M bytes.
choose from book moves randomly (using weights.)
choose from 5 best moves.
book learning disabled
result learning disabled
position learning disabled
pondering disabled.
noise level set to 500.
ERROR "rem st 6000 " is unknown rc-file option
ERROR "rem test d:\crafty\positions\wac\wac.epd 2 " is unknown rc-file option
ERROR "rem test d:\crafty\positions\crafty\crafty.epd 2 " is unknown rc-file opt
ion
ERROR "rem test d:\crafty\positions\ECMf5\ECMf5.epd 2 " is unknown rc-file optio
n
  queen value..........................900
  rook value...........................500
  bishop value.........................300
  knight value.........................300
  pawn value...........................100
  personality setting..................29
  personality name ..................  Fischer






Crafty v19.11 SE [Fischer] (2 cpus)
SE code enabled

White(1): kra stand
  queen value..........................900
  rook value...........................500
  bishop value.........................300
  knight value.........................300
  pawn value...........................100
  personality setting..................0
  personality name ..................  Standard




White(1): 2b3k1/p4ppp/7q/2Q5/8/P3r1P1/1r4BP/R3R1K1 b - - bm
Black(1): go
              clearing hash tables
              time surplus   0.00  time limit 22.50 (3:30)
              depth   time  score   variation (1)
starting thread 1
                1     0.00  -1.35   1. ... Rxe1+ 2. Rxe1 Bh3 3. Bxh3 Qxh3
                1->   0.02  -1.35   1. ... Rxe1+ 2. Rxe1 Bh3 3. Bxh3 Qxh3
                2     0.02     --   1. ... Rxe1+
                2     0.02  -0.50   1. ... Rxe1+ 2. Rxe1 Be6 3. Qxa7
                2->   0.03  -0.50   1. ... Rxe1+ 2. Rxe1 Be6 3. Qxa7
                3     0.03     --   1. ... Rxe1+
                3     0.03   1.35   1. ... Rxe1+ 2. Rxe1 Rxg2+ 3. Kxg2
                                    Qd2+ 4. Qf2 Bh3+ 5. Kf3 Qxf2+ 6. Kxf2
                3     0.05   1.21   1. ... Rxg2+ 2. Kxg2 Bh3+ 3. Kg1 Rxe1+
                                    4. Rxe1 a6
                3     0.05  -0.18   1. ... Bh3 2. Qxe3 Rxg2+ 3. Kh1
                3     0.05  -0.34   1. ... Bb7 2. Rxe3 Rxg2+ 3. Kf1 Qxh2
                                    4. Qxa7
                3->   0.08  -0.34   1. ... Bb7 2. Rxe3 Rxg2+ 3. Kf1 Qxh2
                                    4. Qxa7 (s=4)
                4     0.08  -0.63   1. ... Bb7 2. Qxe3 Rxg2+ 3. Kf1 Qf6+
                                    4. Qf4 Qxf4+ 5. gxf4 Rxh2 (s=3)
                4->   0.11  -0.63   1. ... Bb7 2. Qxe3 Rxg2+ 3. Kf1 Qf6+
                                    4. Qf4 Qxf4+ 5. gxf4 Rxh2 (s=3)
                5     0.13     ++   1. ... Bb7!!
                5     0.14  -6.15   1. ... Bb7 2. Qxe3 Rxg2+ 3. Kf1 Qf6+
                                    4. Qf4 Qa6+ 5. Re2 Qxe2# (s=2)
                5     0.14  -6.16   1. ... Rxg2+ 2. Kxg2 Bb7+ 3. Kg1 Rxg3+
                                    4. Kf1 Ba6+ 5. Re2 Qf6+ 6. Qf2 Qxa1+
                5->   0.18  -6.16   1. ... Rxg2+ 2. Kxg2 Bb7+ 3. Kg1 Rxg3+
                                    4. Kf1 Ba6+ 5. Re2 Qf6+ 6. Qf2 Qxa1+
                                    (s=2)
                6     0.19     ++   1. ... Rxg2+!!
                6     0.25  -7.71   1. ... Rxg2+ 2. Kxg2 Bb7+ 3. Kf1 Qh3+
                                    4. Kf2 Rf3+ 5. Ke2 Qxh2+ 6. Kd1 Rd3+
                                    7. Kc1 Qd2+ 8. Kb1 Qxe1+
                6     0.32 -10.96   1. ... Bb7 2. Re2 Rbxe2 3. Bh3 Qxh3
                                    4. Qxa7 <HT>
                6->   0.35 -10.96   1. ... Bb7 2. Re2 Rbxe2 3. Bh3 Qxh3
                                    4. Qxa7 <HT> (s=2)
                7     0.38     ++   1. ... Bb7!!
                7     0.57 -12.26   1. ... Bb7 2. Qc8+ Bxc8 3. Red1 Qf6
                                    4. Kh1 Ree2 5. Rac1 Rxg2 6. Rxc8+
                7->   0.68 -12.26   1. ... Bb7 2. Qc8+ Bxc8 3. Red1 Qf6
                                    4. Kh1 Ree2 5. Rac1 Rxg2 6. Rxc8+ (s=2)
                8     0.78 -12.50   1. ... Bb7 2. Qc8+ Bxc8 3. Red1 Re8
                                    4. Kh1 Bb7 5. Rg1 Ree2 6. Bxb7 Rxb7
                8->   1.02 -12.50   1. ... Bb7 2. Qc8+ Bxc8 3. Red1 Re8
                                    4. Kh1 Bb7 5. Rg1 Ree2 6. Bxb7 Rxb7
                                    (s=3)
                9     1.19     ++   1. ... Bb7!!
                9     1.57 -13.83   1. ... Bb7 2. Qc8+ Bxc8 3. Red1 Qf6
                                    4. Kh1 Rxg2 5. Rd8+ Qxd8 6. Kxg2 Re2+
                                    7. Kg1 (s=2)
                9    14.89 -Mat11   1. ... Rxg2+ 2. Kf1 Ba6+ 3. Kxg2 Bb7+
                                    4. Kf2 Rf3+ 5. Kg2 Rxa3+ 6. Kg1 Rxg3+
                                    <HT>
                9->  15.11 -Mat11   1. ... Rxg2+ 2. Kf1 Ba6+ 3. Kxg2 Bb7+
                                    4. Kf2 Rf3+ 5. Kg2 Rxa3+ 6. Kg1 Rxg3+
                                    <HT>
               10    17.82 -Mat11   1. ... Rxg2+ 2. Kf1 Ba6+ 3. Kxg2 Bb7+
                                    <HT>
               10->  18.53 -Mat11   1. ... Rxg2+ 2. Kf1 Ba6+ 3. Kxg2 Bb7+
                                    <HT>
?              11    18.55   1/53*  1. ... Rxg2+
Black(0): ?
              time=20.24  cpu=190%  mat=-1  n=32190948  fh=98%  nps=1.59M
              ext-> chk=3928391 cap=32059 pp=7 1rep=371545 mate=19700
              predicted=0  nodes=32190948  evals=396340  50move=0
              endgame tablebase-> probes=0  hits=0
              SMP->  split=706  stop=57  data=5/128  cpu=38.65  elap=20.24

mate in 11 moves.


Black(1): Rxg2+
              time used:  20.24
White(2):



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