[RC5] RE:

lunaslide lunaslyd at pacbell.net
Tue Jan 13 20:32:00 EST 1998


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At 05:20 PM 1/13/98 -0600, you wrote:
>I grabbed the NT Service version and it seems to work.

Mine is not.

I'm running NT 4, Pentium II

Here's the ini file:
[parameters]
id=lunaslyd at pacbell.net
threshold=10:10
threshold2=1000:1000
count=0
hours=0.000000
timeslice=65536
niceness=1
logname=c:\rc5des\rc5des.txt
firemode=1
cputype=2
messagelen=0
smtpsrvr=your.smtp.server
smtpport=25
smtpfrom=RC5notify
smtpdest=you at your.site
numcpu=1
checkpointfile=c:\rc5des\ckpoint.rc5
checkpointfile2=c:\rc5des\ckpoint.des
randomprefix=102
preferredcontest=2
preferredblocksize=32

And this is what it's giving me:

[01/14/98 03:21:13 GMT] The proxy says: "Kiss the rain!"
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
<
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<[01/14/98 03:25:08 GMT] DES Block:
0001D2C6:00000000 ready for processing
[01/14/98 03:25:08 GMT] 109 Blocks remain in file C:\Rc5des\buff-in.des
[01/14/98 03:25:08 GMT] 0 Blocks are in file C:\Rc5des\buff-out.des
Child thread # 1 has been started.
[01/14/98 03:25:08 GMT] DES Block: 0001D1BB:00000000 ready for processing
[01/14/98 03:25:08 GMT] 108 Blocks remain in file C:\Rc5des\buff-in.des
[01/14/98 03:25:08 GMT] 0 Blocks are in file C:\Rc5des\buff-out.des

[01/14/98 03:25:11 GMT] Completed block 0001D2C6:00000000 (0 keys)
                        00:00:03.00 - [170.67 keys/sec]
[01/14/98 03:25:11 GMT] Block: 0001D1B8:00000000 ready for processing
[01/14/98 03:25:11 GMT] 107 Blocks remain in file C:\Rc5des\buff-in.des
[01/14/98 03:25:11 GMT] 1 Blocks are in file C:\Rc5des\buff-out.des


[01/14/98 03:25:11 GMT] Completed block 0001D1BB:00000000 (0 keys)
                        00:00:03.01 - [169.76 keys/sec]
[01/14/98 03:25:11 GMT] Block: 0001D0D0:00000000 ready for processing
[01/14/98 03:25:11 GMT] 106 Blocks remain in file C:\Rc5des\buff-in.des
[01/14/98 03:25:11 GMT] 2 Blocks are in file C:\Rc5des\buff-out.des
[01/14/98 03:25:11 GMT] Tot: 0 RC5 blocks 00:04:03.60 - [0.00 keys/sec]
                        Tot: 2 DES blocks 00:04:03.60 - [0.00 keys/sec]

[01/14/98 03:25:14 GMT] Completed block 0001D1B8:00000000 (0 keys)
                        00:00:03.00 - [170.67 keys/sec]
[01/14/98 03:25:14 GMT] Block: 0001D0A7:00000000 ready for processing
[01/14/98 03:25:14 GMT] 105 Blocks remain in file C:\Rc5des\buff-in.des
[01/14/98 03:25:14 GMT] 3 Blocks are in file C:\Rc5des\buff-out.des

[01/14/98 03:25:14 GMT] Completed block 0001D0D0:00000000 (0 keys)
                        00:00:03.01 - [169.76 keys/sec]
[01/14/98 03:25:14 GMT] Block: 0001D0A5:00000000 ready for processing
[01/14/98 03:25:14 GMT] 104 Blocks remain in file C:\Rc5des\buff-in.des
[01/14/98 03:25:14 GMT] 4 Blocks are in file C:\Rc5des\buff-out.des
[01/14/98 03:25:14 GMT] Tot: 0 RC5 blocks 00:04:06.65 - [0.00 keys/sec]
                        Tot: 4 DES blocks 00:04:06.65 - [0.00 keys/sec]

[01/14/98 03:25:17 GMT] Completed block 0001D0A7:00000000 (0 keys)
                        00:00:03.01 - [169.76 keys/sec]
[01/14/98 03:25:17 GMT] Block: 0001D0A4:00000000 ready for processing
[01/14/98 03:25:17 GMT] 103 Blocks remain in file C:\Rc5des\buff-in.des
[01/14/98 03:25:17 GMT] 5 Blocks are in file C:\Rc5des\buff-out.des

[01/14/98 03:25:17 GMT] Completed block 0001D0A5:00000000 (0 keys)
                        00:00:03.03 - [168.92 keys/sec]
[01/14/98 03:25:17 GMT] Block: 0001D067:00000000 ready for processing
[01/14/98 03:25:17 GMT] 102 Blocks remain in file C:\Rc5des\buff-in.des
[01/14/98 03:25:17 GMT] 6 Blocks are in file C:\Rc5des\buff-out.des
[01/14/98 03:25:17 GMT] Tot: 0 RC5 blocks 00:04:09.68 - [0.00 keys/sec]
                        Tot: 6 DES blocks 00:04:09.68 - [0.00 keys/sec]

It's moving blocks, but I'm not sure they are being processed.  I know 
that
DES blocks are supposed to go faster, but three seconds a block seems a
little ridiculous.  Also, it says [0.00 keys/sec] which is also worrisome.
Any comments on this?

On the other end of the spectrum, my Win 95 client in running frightfully
slow.  It hasn't even finished a block in the hour I've been sitting here.
I set the priority to 2, killed the screen saver and neither made a
difference.  Any comment on this?



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