[RC5] Dual Processor
m01f0p00 at cwcom.net
Fri Jan 8 22:26:21 EST 1999
I installed the rc5 client under Win98 on a dual PII and it first appeared to
be using both processors like you say. You get two graphs and percentages for
both cpu's. However, I found that the expected processing output was well down
on what I was looking for. Later I decided that it was somehow switching
between the two cpu's but only using one at a time and only actually providing
the processing power of a single processor.
Hope that helps.
root at brain.acmelabs.com wrote:
> I dont get it, why would i get two threads on only the machine that has
> two processors? Im only running one client. In the client i go to view ->
> block progress and i get two graphs. CPU1: %45 complete, CPU2: 69%
> complete. If im confused its because the client is confusing me on
> purpose. :)
> On Fri, 8 Jan 1999, Mike Silbersack wrote:
> > On Fri, 8 Jan 1999 15:19:30 -0500 (EST), root at brain.acmelabs.com wrote:
> > >Well, i dont know what all the talk is about but I have a v2.7100.417
> > >client running on a win95 box that just happened to have a second
> > >processor. The client runs two cracks, one on each processor.
> > >
> > >It works in 95, shouldnt it work in 98?
> > That's not possible. Sure, the mulitthreaded clients will let you run
> > many threads on one processor, but the win32 clients are not capable of
> > using more than one processor on a win95/98 box. You're probably
> > confusing multiple threads with multiple processors.
> > Mike "Silby" Silbersack
> > silby at silby.com
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