Airolib-ng, multi-core question
When I was using BT4 beta, splitting up word lists and creating multiple databases and running several airolib-ng instances at a time would use your full CPU potential. At that time, I was running the computations off my laptop, now I have a quad-core I would like to use.
In the beta, there was an application called Conky, which I used to monitor my CPU to see if I was using it all. I needed to run 2 instances of Airolib-ng, each using 50%.
I was wondering if my simple logic of 4 cores, 2 instances each, 8 total processes, would be correct way of, or logically way of doing large amounts of tables or just plain stupid? Any suggestions would be great.
Edit: I will go on and try it. I will post any problems. =\