[HARDWARE] Re: Shit´s Hapending

Andre Amorim orbital_5 at yahoo.com
Tue Sep 7 18:17:44 EDT 1999



--- "Jim C. Nasby" <jim at nasby.net> wrote:
> Not to be rude, but it sounds like someone needs to
> read the Linux Advocacy FAQ.
> Many people like to run beta software to see what
> the new features are like;
> that doesn't make them dumb, it makes them curious
> and perhapse adventurous.
> 
> As far as the client issue is concerned, can you
> verify whether other processes
> are running correctly on the other CPU? Have you
> tried locking a process to
> one CPU or another?
> 
> Moo!
> dB!
> 
> On Wed, Sep 08, 1999 at 10:24:16AM -0600, Travis
> Boucher wrote:
> > Well Phil, 
> > 	I don't mean to sound rude, but it is kinda dumb
> to be running a
> > pre-release or even a early-release of ANYTHING
> that miscrosoft writes.
> > (Personally I think it is kinda dumb running
> anything from microsoft, but that
> > is my opinion.)
> > 
> > 	Either install NT4 or scrap the microcrap all
> together and install
> > Linux.
> > 
> > Travis Boucher,
> > LinTech Computer Sales & Service
> > 
> > 
> >  >Dear all...
> > >
> > >I've got a strange one for you. I've got a dual
> PII-333 system which has an
> > >aversion, shall we say, to running the client on
> more than one of it's CPU's
> > >under win2k pro rc1. I would have thought this
> was a win2k prob
> > >(unsurprisingly), except for the fact that: a) it
> runs on two cpu's ok if I
> > >boot into NT4 on the same box, and b) I have
> another SMP (dual Celeron 366) box
> > >in the other room, with the same build of win2k,
> that runs the same client
> > >version which is fine! 
> > >
> > >Running the latest GUI or CLI client doesn't help
> - the client knows there
> > >are 2 CPU's, and what type, but the 2nd thread,
> although it's started, never
> > >seems to make any progress on it's block, it
> justs sticks on whatever %
> > >complete it started on. Hence the keyrate for the
> machine equates to just
> > >having 1 CPU.
> > >
> > >Can anyone shed any light on this? You'd make my
> nights a lot less sleepless
> > >;op
> > >
> > >Thanks,
> > >
> > >Phil, in the North, of the United Kingdom
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > --
> > To unsubscribe, send 'unsubscribe hardware' to
> majordomo at lists.distributed.net
> > 
> 
> -- 
> Jim C. Nasby (aka Decibel!)                         
>         /^\
> jim at nasby.net                                       
>        /___\
> Freelance lighting designer and database developer  
>       /  |  \
> Member: Triangle Fraternity, Sports Car Club of
> America   /___|___\
> 
> Give your computer some brain-candy!
> http://www.distributed.net Team #1828
> --
> To unsubscribe, send 'unsubscribe hardware' to
> majordomo at lists.distributed.net
> 
> 

__________________________________________________
Do You Yahoo!?
Bid and sell for free at http://auctions.yahoo.com
--
To unsubscribe, send 'unsubscribe hardware' to majordomo at lists.distributed.net



More information about the Hardware mailing list