[rc5] NT and clients

Howard Cheng hcheng at cs.ualberta.ca
Wed Aug 6 12:35:34 EDT 1997


Rocket Socks wrote:
> 
> Okay, my NT machine (actually my friend's that I am watching for a year)
> is doing odd thngs... or perhaps I'm just watching it more closely now.
> With the new GUI client it would pull down a block, then be done with it
> in less than a second and go through that 3 times in quick succession - it
> is only a P166, so it isn't really processing anything there... that's bad
> one would think.  Then the next block would be fine, and then the next be
> screwy - alternating like that forever.
> Also it was giving me weird Network errors, and I know that there weren't
> any b/c I have a Win95/Linux machine sitting 2 feet away from it connected
> to the same ethernet jack via a splitter... and its dandy.

This is not restricted only to NT.  I am running the new GUI client on
Win 95, and included here is a portion of the log.  I am also cc-ing this
to rc5help at slacker.com to catch the developer's attention.

The proxy says: "Welcome to my nightmare. (x162-50.chem.umn.edu)"
>>>>>
[08/06/97 13:20:16 GMT] Sent 5 block(s) to server
[08/06/97 13:20:16 GMT] Block: FA6516:C0000000 being processed
[08/06/97 13:20:16 GMT] 3 Blocks remain in file buff-in.rc5

[08/06/97 13:37:23 GMT] Completed block FA6516:C0000000 (268435456 keys)
                        00:17:07.07 - [261359.41 keys/sec]
[08/06/97 13:37:23 GMT] Block: FA6516:C0000000 being processed
[08/06/97 13:37:23 GMT] 2 Blocks remain in file buff-in.rc5

[08/06/97 13:54:30 GMT] Completed block FA6516:C0000000 (268435456 keys)
                        00:17:07.08 - [261357.88 keys/sec]
[08/06/97 13:54:30 GMT] Block: FA64E7:50000000 being processed
[08/06/97 13:54:30 GMT] 1 Blocks remain in file buff-in.rc5

[08/06/97 14:11:37 GMT] Completed block FA64E7:50000000 (268435456 keys)
                        00:17:07.04 - [261366.28 keys/sec]
[08/06/97 14:11:37 GMT] Block: FA6512:C0000000 being processed
[08/06/97 14:11:37 GMT] 0 Blocks remain in file buff-in.rc5

[08/06/97 14:28:44 GMT] Completed block FA6512:C0000000 (268435456 keys)
                        00:17:07.03 - [261368.57 keys/sec]
The proxy says: "Welcome to rc5proxy.distributed.net (opus)"
<<<<<
[08/06/97 14:28:50 GMT] Retrieved 5 block(s) from server
[08/06/97 14:28:50 GMT] Block: FA6512:C0000000 being processed
[08/06/97 14:28:50 GMT] 0 Blocks remain in file buff-in.rc5
[08/06/97 14:28:50 GMT] Block: FA6512:C0000000 being processed
[08/06/97 14:28:50 GMT] 0 Blocks remain in file buff-in.rc5
The proxy says: "Welcome to Slacker Central!  (rc5.slacker.com)"
>>>>>
[08/06/97 14:28:56 GMT] Sent 5 block(s) to server
[08/06/97 14:28:56 GMT] Block: 5C9231:20000000 being processed
[08/06/97 14:28:56 GMT] 4 Blocks remain in file buff-in.rc5

[08/06/97 14:46:03 GMT] Completed block 5C9231:20000000 (268435456 keys)
                        00:17:07.03 - [261369.08 keys/sec]
[08/06/97 14:46:03 GMT] Block: 5C9231:20000000 being processed
[08/06/97 14:46:03 GMT] 3 Blocks remain in file buff-in.rc5

[08/06/97 15:03:28 GMT] Completed block 5C9231:20000000 (268435456 keys)
                        00:17:25.03 - [256868.17 keys/sec]
[08/06/97 15:03:28 GMT] Block: 5C9231:20000000 being processed
[08/06/97 15:03:28 GMT] 2 Blocks remain in file buff-in.rc5

[08/06/97 15:25:24 GMT] Completed block 5C9231:20000000 (268435456 keys)
                        00:21:56.42 - [203912.72 keys/sec]
[08/06/97 15:25:24 GMT] Block: 5C9231:20000000 being processed
[08/06/97 15:25:24 GMT] 1 Blocks remain in file buff-in.rc5

[08/06/97 15:47:08 GMT] Completed block 5C9231:20000000 (268435456 keys)
                        00:21:44.68 - [205747.65 keys/sec]
[08/06/97 15:47:08 GMT] Block: 5C9231:20000000 being processed
[08/06/97 15:47:08 GMT] 0 Blocks remain in file buff-in.rc5

[08/06/97 16:08:51 GMT] Completed block 5C9231:20000000 (268435456 keys)
                        00:21:43.89 - [205872.26 keys/sec]
The proxy says: "Bovine Proxy KeyServer (Build 2104)"
>>>>>




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Howard Cheng                     e-mail: hcheng at cs.ualberta.ca
University of Alberta                    hcheng at gpu.srv.ualberta.ca
MSc Computing Science            URL   : http://www.cs.ualberta.ca/~hcheng/

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