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executing tasks at the same time on seperate computers

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gcpeters

Hello

im new to autoit and have been trying all sorts of bits and pieces! its really cool and impressive!!

anyhow, i need to run two benchmarks at the same time on two different computers, so basically you click run on the the laptop, and then the benchmarks run on each computer at the same time :)

at the minute i have created an autoit script that is bascailly checking file share to see if the file exists, and then when it does, it then executes the rest of the script! (a good idea i thought, basically map network share to the same location on each computer)

anyhow, as i suspected this is infact a rubbish way, does autoit have simple client / server config to do this somehow?

thanks

GP

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dantay9

I know this could be done with TCP. A superb program I found was Radical2. Try this out and look at the source. The source is only available for the client, but it is a great learning script.


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