Make graph generation parallel?
I understand that sage has a 'built-in' ability to make functions run in parallel, which is awesome. However the program I'm running is not being bogged down by my own functions, but rather some of the built in sage functions. Specifically, I'm using the built in generic graph generator to create large graphs for testing. This is inherently slow (massive combinatorics), however, I've got 6 cpu cores that are just sitting idle.
I realize I could "dummy" parallel by running a few instances for different graph sizes, but it seemed to me that the graph generator methods, which simply return the list of things for me to test on _should_ be able to be made parallel inherently. I don't care if the graphs are ordered (since I can always sort ones I keep later)
I was having a hard time actually finding WHERE in the sage source codes the BASIC generator/constructor was (I found the documentation, and sort of found code/documentation for some of the specific types of graphs).
To be clear, I'm running the line: sage: g=list(graphs(12) )
And I want "graphs(12)" to run in parallel. I am using some of the other arguments to reduce what I need to generate.