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> No. The second question is unrelated to execution time. It's only for > the GNU Make building (in particular, the "-j" flag). I have a dual-core > MacBook, for example; I can answer "2" to the second question, and gmake > will launch two compile processes at the same time, each one running on > one of my cores. Builds on my machine will go about 1.5 times faster > than with a single job. >
Thanks. Let's say my processor has dual-core too, so I answer "2". Under what situation will the GNU Make use this '-j' flag, is it only during the "Configure -build" phase, or during the make in geant4/source, or it will automatically use the flag for all future compilation of applications?
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