is there any way I can stop the printing of the message
task-based parallelization (C++11 threads) using xx threads to the console whenever TaskManager() gets called? Unfortunately, changing ngsglobals.msg_level does not help.
I thought that line is helpful…
But if you build ngsolve from source, you may simply comment out the line
78: std::cout << "task-based parallelization (C++11 threads) using “<< task_manager->GetNumThreads() << " threads” << std::endl;
in taskmanager.cpp in the source code and recompile.
thank you for the hint ! The line you suggested looked slightly different in the sources I have, but from that point I now found a way from the python end:
from pyngcore import SetLoggingLevel, LOG_LEVEL
Because I call the TaskManager only where its needed (twice in every iteration of my time loop), my own output is drowned in the console by this message.
Hi Henry and Guosheng,
Thank you all for the investigation. I changed the code in NGSolve such that
ngsglobals.msg_level = level
also sets the logging level in ngcore accordingly, see commit
Setting the level to 3 or below mutes the message of the TaskManager.
I also issued a nightly build with this version which is already online.