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Re: [Bug-glpk] regarding glpk49

From: Andrew Makhorin
Subject: Re: [Bug-glpk] regarding glpk49
Date: Wed, 17 May 2006 08:33:21 +0400

> By seeing the above said text file I am able to understand that this
> might be the best result. I want to stop the solver glpsol.exe
> manually right now but at the same time I want to get the best
> result what ever it had in its memory like the "--tmlim 999" option.
> In simple word is there any option to stop the solver at any
> perferred time manualy but I want to get the best result to be
> written in the out.txt as usual. Dear team if the solution is
> already available kindly guide me how to use it. other wise kindly
> inculde my request for your future enhancement.

There is no way to prematurely stop the solver but cancellation.
In order to implement that feature the solver routine containing a
main loop should be able to receive signals asynchronously posted
from other processes. A complete implementation would be very
platform specific, so the only thing which might be implemented is
a user-exit routine called, say, whenever the mip solver finishes
processing a node subproblem.

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