[RC5] Odd keyrate graph

Dirk Steenbeke dsteenbe at xs4all.be
Mon Sep 14 23:21:08 EDT 1998


This time-warp you're talking about is due to the fact that the DOS 
client you're running at night doesn't recognize your correct 
timezone, the Win95 client does so.

I have the same behavior on my PC running DOS.

> From:          "Paul Turpie" <turpie at pemail.net>
> To:            rc5 at lists.distributed.net
> Subject:       [RC5] Odd keyrate graph
> Date:          Mon, 14 Sep 1998 15:20:55 +1000
> Reply-to:      rc5 at lists.distributed.net

> Here's an odd problem someone might be able to help me with.
> 
> During the day I run the win95 rc5 client, and overnight I shutdown to DOS
> and use that client without the win95 overhead.  Then today I looked at the
> keyrate graph in the win95 client I noticed that the graph line moves
> backwards
> when I switch back to win95 in the mornings.
> 
> Something like this
> --           ----------
>  |         |         /
>  |         |       /      ----
>  |         |     /   |\--/    \/\/|
>  |         |   /     |            |
>  ----------   /------             |-----
> 
> Here's the a sample of the logfile
>     <snip>
>       [09/09/98 12:21:22 GMT] Tot: 21 RC5 blocks 14:59:02.60 - [657551.69
> keys/sec]
>     <OS switchover>
>       [Sep 08 22:32:37 GMT] Loading two blocks per thread...
>     <snip>
> 
> Does anyone know why my computer goes through a time-warp at about 8:30
> every
> weekday morning?
> 
> 
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