[rc5] Am I able to do this without loosing blocks?
random at avara.com
Wed Jul 23 20:18:59 EDT 1997
Yup, this can be done, since the client recieves the shutdown message that
Win95 provides to all running processs, telling them to quit, and prompt
for anything that they need to prompt for before quitting. BTW, this same
thing applies under Unix. The block(s) will be saved to the buffer files,
and resumed upon restart.
On Thu, 24 Jul 1997 GCSmith at emarkt.com wrote:
> Hi! I use a P133 running Windows 95a... I've noticed after leaving the machine running for around 10 hours that my client gradually produces less and less keys per second. Would it be ok for me to reboot my machine whilst it is crunching? Would I risk loosing blocks if I were to do this, or would my machine resign them back to buff-in and restart on them at a later time?
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