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From: Denie Andriessen <D.Andriessen at pink.nl>
Subject: What happens to my keyrate graph...
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Hello,

I have a P133 running the 2.7100.417 client for windows. I usually get =
about
150 to 170kkeys/s
But just now I was looking at the keyrate graph, and found something
'strange', at least to me...

Here a part of the log 1 'normal' block folowed by 1 'strange' block at =
[Oct
25 06:15:02 GMT]
Because it was just to big to mail to everyone, I put a longer part of =
the
log, including a
screenshot at http://130.161.7.253/rc5strange.html , there is the log =
from
Oct 23 untill Oct 27..

As you can see my average keyrate of about 150kk/s boomed to 705kk/s ...
Would be much nicer if it kep running at that rate... wouldn't it ???

I didn't replace my P133 with a dual PII-300 in the meanwhile.. As you =
can
see I didn't even shut the
machine down during the block in question..

Anyone know what happend ???

Denie Andriessen
D.Andriessen at pink.nl

[Oct 25 04:56:01 GMT] Completed RC5 block 7604D439:40000000 (1073741824
keys)
[Oct 25 04:56:01 GMT] 0.01:43:09.78 - [173,470.11 keys/sec]
[Oct 25 04:56:01 GMT] Summary: 8 RC5 blocks 0.17:09:03.20 - [149.25 =
kkeys/s]
[Oct 25 04:56:02 GMT] The proxy says: "Happy cracking. Hail Eris!"
[Oct 25 04:56:02 GMT] Retrieved 1 RC5 block from server
[Oct 25 04:56:04 GMT] Sent 1 RC5 block to server
[Oct 25 04:56:04 GMT] Loaded RC5 1*2^31 block 760932D0:80000000
[Oct 25 04:56:04 GMT] 19 RC5 blocks remain in file buff-in.rc5
[Oct 25 04:56:04 GMT] 0 RC5 blocks are in file buff-out.rc5

[Oct 25 06:15:02 GMT] Completed RC5 block 7607A404:50000000 (805306368 =
keys)
[Oct 25 06:15:02 GMT] 0.00:19:03.05 - [704,555.00 keys/sec]
[Oct 25 06:15:02 GMT] Summary: 9 RC5 blocks 0.17:28:04.83 - [159.34 =
kkeys/s]
[Oct 25 06:15:03 GMT] The proxy says: "Moo is short for Moose"
[Oct 25 06:15:03 GMT] Retrieved 1 RC5 block from server
[Oct 25 06:15:15 GMT] Sent 1 RC5 block to server
[Oct 25 06:15:15 GMT] Loaded RC5 1*2^31 block 7609B735:80000000
[Oct 25 06:15:15 GMT] 19 RC5 blocks remain in file buff-in.rc5
[Oct 25 06:15:15 GMT] 0 RC5 blocks are in file buff-out.rc5



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<DIV><FONT color=3D#000000 size=3D2>Hello,<BR><BR>I have a P133 running =
the=20
2.7100.417 client for windows. I usually get about<BR>150 to =
170kkeys/s<BR>But=20
just now I was looking at the keyrate graph, and found =
something<BR>'strange',=20
at least to me...<BR><BR>Here a part of the log 1 'normal' block folowed =
by 1=20
'strange' block at [Oct<BR>25 06:15:02 GMT]<BR>Because it was just to =
big to=20
mail to everyone, I put a longer part of the<BR>log, including =
a<BR>screenshot=20
at <A=20
href=3D"http://130.161.7.253/rc5strange.html">http://130.161.7.253/rc5str=
ange.html</A>=20
, there is the log from<BR>Oct 23 untill Oct 27..<BR><BR>As you can see =
my=20
average keyrate of about 150kk/s boomed to 705kk/s ...<BR>Would be much =
nicer if=20
it kep running at that rate... wouldn't it ???<BR><BR>I didn't replace =
my P133=20
with a dual PII-300 in the meanwhile.. As you can<BR>see I didn't even =
shut=20
the<BR>machine down during the block in question..<BR><BR>Anyone know =
what=20
happend ???<BR><BR>Denie Andriessen<BR><A=20
href=3D"mailto:D.Andriessen at pink.nl">D.Andriessen at pink.nl</A><BR><BR>[Oct=
 25=20
04:56:01 GMT] Completed RC5 block 7604D439:40000000 =
(1073741824<BR>keys)<BR>[Oct=20
25 04:56:01 GMT] 0.01:43:09.78 - [173,470.11 keys/sec]<BR>[Oct 25 =
04:56:01 GMT]=20
Summary: 8 RC5 blocks 0.17:09:03.20 - [149.25 kkeys/s]<BR>[Oct 25 =
04:56:02 GMT]=20
The proxy says: &quot;Happy cracking. Hail Eris!&quot;<BR>[Oct 25 =
04:56:02 GMT]=20
Retrieved 1 RC5 block from server<BR>[Oct 25 04:56:04 GMT] Sent 1 RC5 =
block to=20
server<BR>[Oct 25 04:56:04 GMT] Loaded RC5 1*2^31 block=20
760932D0:80000000<BR>[Oct 25 04:56:04 GMT] 19 RC5 blocks remain in file=20
buff-in.rc5<BR>[Oct 25 04:56:04 GMT] 0 RC5 blocks are in file=20
buff-out.rc5<BR><BR>[Oct 25 06:15:02 GMT] Completed RC5 block =
7607A404:50000000=20
(805306368 keys)<BR>[Oct 25 06:15:02 GMT] 0.00:19:03.05 - [704,555.00=20
keys/sec]<BR>[Oct 25 06:15:02 GMT] Summary: 9 RC5 blocks 0.17:28:04.83 - =
[159.34=20
kkeys/s]<BR>[Oct 25 06:15:03 GMT] The proxy says: &quot;Moo is short for =

Moose&quot;<BR>[Oct 25 06:15:03 GMT] Retrieved 1 RC5 block from =
server<BR>[Oct=20
25 06:15:15 GMT] Sent 1 RC5 block to server<BR>[Oct 25 06:15:15 GMT] =
Loaded RC5=20
1*2^31 block 7609B735:80000000<BR>[Oct 25 06:15:15 GMT] 19 RC5 blocks =
remain in=20
file buff-in.rc5<BR>[Oct 25 06:15:15 GMT] 0 RC5 blocks are in file=20
buff-out.rc5<BR><BR></FONT></DIV></BODY></HTML>

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