Thanks Warren for pymol 0.90. I started some serious ray-tracing jobs
last night, but stopped this morning when I saw your email about the new
faster version. With pymol 0.88, each image took 2:40h, with pymol 0.90
it takes 40 minutes. That's on a 2CPU PIII Xeon (linux). Fourfold!!
The windows boxes still crash with full proteasomes, even when I
decrease hash_max significantly. But that doesn't matter too much now.
On Thu, 2003-06-26 at 09:24, Warren L. DeLano wrote:
> That's likely the problem.
> If you need to reduce RAM consumption during raytracing (at the cost of
> performance), try reducing hash_max to 80 or 60.
> set hash_max,60
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