--disable-openmp has helped a lot.
Performance is now much more reasonable. Still looks a bit slow compared to my Windows box but this is something I can live with quite happily.
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I have simple Perl/ImageMagick script that runs nicely on my Windows box. However, when run on my CentOS server the performance is horrible. Each execution requires around 120MB of memory and 2.5 seconds of CPU. It consumes about one tenth of those resources under Windows (much more reasonable). Any...
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The following program works fine on my Windows system. use Image::Magick; $image = Image::Magick->new; $image->Set(size=>'100x100'); $err = $image->ReadImage('canvas:white'); print "err=$err\n"; On my Linux/CentOS machine it produces: err=Exception 435: unable to open image `canvas:white': No such f...