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New at 10.1 SP1, from what I can find. This is not a complete answer, but a quick search of fixed "bugs" revealed references to mosaic datasets and geostatistical analyst tools. The latter has a topic about it. Note: although it appears that this topic is not directly related to the parallel processing factor. Edit for clarification: Many geostatistical ...


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Just use the following function def run_MultiPros(function, variables): """<function, variables> Execute a process on multiple processors. INPUTS: function(required) Name of the function to be executed. variables(required) Variable to be passed to function. Description: This function will run the given fuction on to multiprocesser. ...


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See this blog post, it should cover it http://blogs.esri.com/esri/arcgis/2012/09/26/distributed-processing-with-arcgis-part-1/


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The quick answer is that you can't do parallel queries. Not yet, at least. PostgreSQL, the most common database engine that processes PostGIS queries, has parallel query execution as a development priority. Although there has been some progress on the prerequisite background worker API in versions 9.3 and 9.4, the timing of this feature is probably not ...


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I think your objects are crossing thread boundaries, which is a big no-no in ArcObjects. See this help topic for more information.


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I'd instantiate your raster workspace factory like you did with the shapefile workspace in the main loop this since it is also a singleton object: //Create RasterWorkSpaceFactory Type factoryType = Type.GetTypeFromProgID( "esriDataSourcesRaster.RasterWorkspaceFactory"); IWorkspaceFactory WSF = (IWorkspaceFactory)Activator.CreateInstance ...


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You can specify the parallel processing factor in the Mosaic environment settings (See attached image), which is new to ArcGIS 10.1 SP1. However, be cautious with this method since ESRI's documentation is very minimal and bordering on cryptic. I would do some timed runs (and share your findings here) before implementing these environment settings on very ...


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I was just looking for this myself and found some of the answers: 1) Which geoprocessing tools honor the parallel processing environment? I couldn't find a comprehensive list of them other than the ones linked in the other answer, but if you look at the geoprocessing tool reference, you can tell for that tool by the list of Environments it supports ...



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