[RC5] CSC Clients Picking Wrong Cores?

Victor A. Wagner, Jr. vawjr at rudbek.com
Wed Nov 24 08:06:43 EST 1999


there is a problem with the dual processors 'summary' calculations.  I
haven't chased down exactly what it is, but it climbs asymptotically towards
the actual speed.
----- Original Message -----
From: Andy Mucho <andy at software-superstars.com>
To: <rc5 at lists.distributed.net>
Sent: Monday, November 22, 1999 08:56
Subject: RE: [RC5] CSC Clients Picking Wrong Cores?


> Works fine on a P2 as well..
> *EXCEPT*
> My only question is that I get an ever increasing key-rate as the day
rolls
> on.. On a dual P2-350 the key-rate starts of at 340kk/s but 4 hours later
> the keyrate is typically up to around 700kk/s, eventually topping out
after
> about 14 hours at 770kk/s..
> What's up? The machine recieves a pretty steady amount of free time during
> the day, and this morning has hardly been used, yet exhibits the same kind
> of ramping up of kk/s..
> The Benchmark clocks in at 500kk/s..
> RC5 on the same machine, experiencing the same useage used to sit pretty
> much around its benchmark speed all the time..
>
> Not worrying, but puzzling nonetheless.
>
> AndyM
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