[RC5] Re: rc5-digest V1 #179
Jim C. Nasby
nasby at enteract.com
Fri Mar 27 21:17:47 EST 1998
Brice D. Fleckenstein wrote:
> The BIG difference is to *NOT* set nice=0 - that WILL cause the client
> to gradually lose CPU priority and slow WAY down. nice=2 works, and
> doesn't noticeably slow the machine down for other usage.
Uh... do you happen to have any proof of this? It sounds pretty bizare. I just
reset my client to nice=2 to test it.
BTW, please note that the niceness will make a big difference in the keyrate
while you're using your machine.
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