[RC5] So long RC5, hello SETI

Romulo Cholewa rmc at rmc.eti.br
Thu May 20 00:34:52 EDT 1999


Both d.net clients (Windows and UNIX) have an impact in performance. I
tested it on a Dual PII 333 MHz, with 384 MB of RAM. This machine is a Game
Server (I work for an ISP). When the d.net client is active, the "ping"
times from the clients go crazy. Exiting the client makes the ping stable
(tested under NTS4 and RedHat Linux Hedwig).

Romulo Moacyr Cholewa



]-----Original Message-----
]From: Greg Wooledge [mailto:wooledge at kellnet.com]
]Sent: terca-feira, 18 de maio de 1999 22:43
]To: rc5 at lists.distributed.net
]Subject: Re: [RC5] So long RC5, hello SETI
]
]
]Richard Menedetter (ricsi at bigfoot.com) wrote:
]
]>  NH> The damned RC5 slows the computer down so much.
]> Sorry .... but this is not true ... (at least for the linux 
]and win version)
]> they run at idle priority, so they take only CPU time, if 
]the CPU is idle ...
]> so they (nearly) don't slow down the computer.
]
]This is not a true statement in all cases.
]
]Under Windows 3.1, depending on the applications you're using, 
]you might
]notice a *tremendous* slow-down with the RC5/DES client 
]running.  I did.
]
](With Linux, though, there is not a noticeable performance issue.)
]
]-- 
]Greg Wooledge                    | Distributed.NET 
]http://www.distributed.net/
]wooledge at kellnet.com             | because a CPU is a terrible 
]thing to waste.
]http://www.kellnet.com/wooledge/ |
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