[RC5] DES 2 (in preparation of)

Jim C. Nasby nasby at enteract.com
Thu Jan 1 20:53:12 EST 1998


Well, it might only do 40 blocks a day (which isn't bad), but if you're gonna
put the new client on it anyway, why not just run it? Besides, the whole idea
here is to nickle and dime the thing to death! (That's why I have a machine
running at 5800 KEYs/sec... or ~2 blocks a day!)

Jim

Roy Wilson wrote:

> On Thu, 01 Jan 1998 17:22:55 -0800, Dave Avery wrote:
>
> >>         I want to run the DES client during the day, and *both*
> >> clients at night.  Possible?
> >>
> >you could run the old RC5 client and the new one , but why..
> >running rc5 just takes away from the DES II effort and we need every CPU
> >cycle available...
> >
> >remember DES II should only take 3 weeks
>
>         Because it's just one machine, and even with rc564 at
> niceness 2, the best it can do is 40 blocks/day.
>
> Roy Wilson <emperor at slic.com>
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