[Elastix] elastix compile time on 64 bit Linux

Alex Hykl alex.hykl at gmail.com
Mon Feb 23 16:56:58 CET 2015


Hi  Matt,
Thank you for your info.
I will double check.
By the way, could you tell me which version you used for gcc, cmake, itk
and elastix?
thanks
Best
--alex


On Mon, Feb 23, 2015 at 10:45 AM, Matthew J. Riblett <
riblettmj at mymail.vcu.edu> wrote:

> Alex,
>
> That is really strange — elastix should be the shorter of the two.  What
> versions of Fedora, GCC, and elastix are you using?  Also, what type of
> machine are you compiling on: processor type, number of cores, RAM, etc.?
>
> In my experiences, I can compile a clean version of ITK in between 5-15
> minutes and elastix with additional Cmake options selected in about 3-5
> minutes even on a moderately old Intel 8-core (L5520, 2X) server with 12Gb
> of RAM.  If you are running on anything newer, you should see comparable
> results.  A compile time of 7 hours is way too long.
>
> If I know what you’re running on, I might be able to give you some hints
> to help speed up builds and run times.
>
> — Matt
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> On Feb 23, 2015, at 9:45 AM, Alex Hykl <alex.hykl at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi Elastix users,
>
> I am now using GCC to compile the elastix on Fedora 64 bit .
> I turn off the testing and examples.
> When I compile the ITK, the time os OK, but when for elastix, it cost too
> much time.
> It really slows.(Over 7 hours)
>
> Anyone has suggestion on which C++ compiler I need use or any tips on
> compiling?
>
> BTW, I previously used VS on window, Everything is good. When I use Linux,
> very very slow.
> Thanks
>
> --alex
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