[HARDWARE] alpha clients

Kris Amy kris at amy.id.au
Sun Dec 29 12:11:21 EST 2002

Hi Tom,

The client does fork itself so it will be using both processes, the a.b
means that there are 2 cores being run simultaneously and each one
should be on a different processor.

Regarding the linux client, it won't be long till a static linked binary
will be available.


On Sat, Dec 28, 2002 at 07:59:18PM -0500, Tom Vier wrote:
> i have a dual alpha, but there isn't a proper client for it. i used to run
> the dec unix client, when i had a single cpu. however, it doesn't spawn a
> second thread when set to. it does that "a.b" stuff, but it only runs one
> proc (and so, only one cpu is used).
> the linux client doesn't run at all. it was not statically linked, and so is
> tied to the lib versions of whoever built it.
> could someone please build a static linux/alpha binary? or tell me who the
> linux/alpha builder is?
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> Tom Vier <tmv at comcast.net>
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Kris Amy

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