[rc5] Virtual Machines

Vincent Janelle random at avara.com
Fri Jul 11 05:35:51 EDT 1997


Hey, this looks real interesting.  What I was wondering, if it were
possible to connect the machines via IP(dialup?), and
spontaneously(hopefully, polietely) remove the "slaves" from the total
effort, while the process was running? thnx.

> Austin T. wrote: > > 
> > Now on a different note, I was wondering if anyone is anyone running a home
> > made parallel virtual computer like at
> > http://www.epm.ornl.gov/pvm/pvm_home.html
> > to run rc5 clients?  I was just wondering if this would be more or less
> > effective than running it seperately on each machine.  My guess that
> > seperate would be most efficient, but I was just wondering...
> 
>   One "virtual machine" will most likely be less efficient, as these
> clients lend themselves to distributed computing (obviously...)
> 
>   I'm trying one of these:
> 
> http://sdcd.gsfc.nasa.gov/ESS/linux.html
> 
>   I'm planning on one "virtual Linux machine" that should check about 3M
> keys/sec.  I just haven't gotten it to work yet :)
> 
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