C#

Enabling Task Chunking

Chunking means that the parallel framework will merge several tasks into a single task, with little or no overhead between them. For instance, if tasks are loop iterations, chunking would mean that several iterations are executed together (as a chunk) before heavyweight task control is performed.

Pointer Dereferences

It may be tedious to find all the uses of a shared variable in a task's dynamic extent, but at least it is relatively straightforward. The situation is much worse when the Dependencies tool reports that you have a sharing problem on a pointer dereference. In general:

Memory Watch

Occurs when a task accesses a memory location marked by an ANNOTATE_OBSERVE_USES annotation. In this case, this problem provides informational feedback only and no action is required. This is useful for finding uses of specified memory locations while a task is executing.

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