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Kevin van Haaren KvanHaaren at HNTB.com
Tue Jan 13 11:56:18 EST 1998


Downloaded latest DES client rc5des380-x86-win32.zip.  Configured ran,
successfully grabbed blocks then:

[01/13/98 17:50:41 GMT] Retrieved 1000 block(s) from server
[01/13/98 17:50:41 GMT] DES Block: 00009D20:80000000 ready for
processing
[01/13/98 17:50:41 GMT] 999 Blocks remain in file C:\rc5-1\buff-in.des
[01/13/98 17:50:41 GMT] 0 Blocks are in file C:\rc5-1\buff-out.des
Child thread # 1 has been started.
[01/13/98 17:50:42 GMT] RC5 Block: 64360ED0:E0000000 ready for
processing
[01/13/98 17:50:42 GMT] 384 Blocks remain in file
[01/13/98 17:50:42 GMT] 0 Blocks are in file
Child thread # 2 has been started.
[01/13/98 17:50:42 GMT] DES Block: 00009D1F:00000000 ready for
processing
[01/13/98 17:50:42 GMT] 998 Blocks remain in file C:\rc5-1\buff-in.des
[01/13/98 17:50:42 GMT] 0 Blocks are in file C:\rc5-1\buff-out.des
[01/13/98 17:50:42 GMT] RC5 Block: 64360ED1:20000000 ready for
processing
[01/13/98 17:50:42 GMT] 383 Blocks remain in file
[01/13/98 17:50:42 GMT] 0 Blocks are in file
The instruction at 0x0041b119 referenced memory at 0xce6755d6.
The memory could not be read.

Notice that the # of blocks dropped in half (this may be a feature).
Then crashed.

Running dual 133mhz Pentiums on NT 4.0 Workstation.

Kevin

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