[rc5] -frequent in Win95 GUI client ?

Ryan Anderson ryan at michonline.com
Tue Nov 4 02:57:17 EST 1997

On Mon, 3 Nov 1997, Jeff Lawson wrote:

> >> I'd like to use the -frequent option in the Windows 95 GUI client that I
> >> have configured to automatically launch on startup.  How can this be
> >> achieved ?
> >
> >Open Regedit.  Search for guiwin32.exe (or somethign else if you rename
> >the exe.)  When you see it, i should be in a key called bovwin32.  Double
> >click.  after the -run, add -frequent.  
> That won't work.  The gui only understands -test, -benchmark, -run, -fetch,
> -flush, and -update as parameters.

Why is it different than all the other clients?  I suppose it would be
kind of nice to be able to do checkpointing and shared buffers with the
GUI client, but I'm wierd about these things.

Ryan Anderson - Alpha Geek
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