[rc5] Dual processors under NT
dhubbard at peds-cme.med.usf.edu
Thu Aug 28 18:10:40 EDT 1997
You don't need to use srvany.exe. You use the bovine rc5 nt service
as intended with the -install once. Next, you put a second copy of
it in a different directory, then use instsrv.exe from the resource
kit to install the second copy with a different service name. Srvany
is not needed since rc5v2srv.exe was designed to run as a service.
Now once I did this on mine, I noticed a very slight improvement in
performance by setting the affinity of each process to one of the
cpu's in my machine. Oh, you won't have the log off problems with
the nt service version of the client.
dhubbard at eng.usf.edu
On Thu, 28 Aug 1997, Al Banks wrote:
> Another way, granted quite clunky, would be to use servany.exe from the
> NT resource kit - It will turn any Win32 exe into an NT service - You
> would still need to have separate directories for each instance you'll
> want to run and install the service multiple times.
> The only possible hitch is if the client will survive logon/logoff (some
> exe's wont - it has to deal with how NT logs a user off - it's covered
> pretty well in the documentation for servany.exe)
> Al Banks
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: James Knowles [SMTP:jknowles at pc034083.code3.com]
> > Sent: Thursday, August 28, 1997 1:32 PM
> > To: rc5 at llamas.net
> > Subject: RE: [rc5] Dual processors under NT
> > At 01:21 PM 8/28/97 -0500, you wrote:
> > >I ended up running two instances of the gui to get it to work on
> > mine.
> > >I had to copy the files to a seperate directory (if I ran the second
> > >instance from the same directory I got an error message).
> > I ended up adding a link to the DOS version in my startup. I
> > just can't log out else the program quits and I'm down to one
> > processor again. Fortunately it looks like it'll be running
> > SMP Linux for most of the time in the near future.
> > -------
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