- Fixed a bug that caused the feature command not being recognized by Winboard, and the first id command not being recognized by Shredder and Chessbase
Mediocre now comes with mediocre.ini in which you can set the size of the hash tables, and decide wether the own opening book should be used.Have fun playing around with it. :)
Since Mediocre is a Java engine it gets 64mb RAM allocated by default. In the .bat file I have now added "-Xmx1024M" which allocates 1024mb RAM instead. This is NOT the size of the hash tables or how much RAM Mediocre will use, it is merely the maximum amount the application CAN use.
If you set the size of the hash table to anything larger than the allocated memory Mediocre will not run. If you want more RAM to be allocated simply increase the number in the -Xmx1024M (e.g. -Xmx2048M). Again this is not how much the application will use, but how much it can use. Decreasing the number will have no other effect than not making Mediocre start if hash table size is set to anything larger.
Analyzed Positions : 26This is exactly what I am looking for, same evaluations and moves, only faster with the eval and pawn hash.
Different Moves : 0
Different Scores : 0
Different Times : 6
Time Mediocre 0.32 : 1:52
Time Mediocre dev : 1:25
Nodes Mediocre 0.32 : 11.923.392
Nodes Mediocre dev : 11.859.579
evalHashHits 40409As expected the pawn hash hits far more often than the eval hash.
01: GreKo 5.2.5 34,0/402007-04-30 Big one.pgn
02: Mediocre 0.32 28,0/40
03: Pupsi 0.18 26,0/40
04: Lime_v62 25,0/40
05: GERBIL02 24,5/40
06: Kingsout 0.2.42 24,5/40
07: FluxII 0.7 18,5/40
08: Feuerstein045 17,0/40
09: Tscp181 11,5/40
10: Roce036 11,0/40
11: Vicki 0.021a 0,0/40