[RC5] Problem with buffer limmits.
fred.vlijmincx at iaehv.nl
Tue Oct 26 20:47:53 EDT 1999
William Scott Lockwood III wrote:
> Are we going to do something about these buffer limits anytime soon?
> I'm leaving for the weekend - My new Athlon 500 will run out of blocks in
> about 24 hours, and will crunch lots of random blocks after that - some of
> which I may not get credit for if lots of other people have generated the same
> random blocks. This has happened to me before. I once got an e-mail from
> D.Net about it. They seemed to think I was spamming the keyserver - NOT!
> Haven't we proved yet that with faster and faster CPU's, the block limits just
> plain don't make sense? We should AT LEAST double them for people with
> PII/III and Athlon CPU's!
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Whooah , what is this , a magic CPU..
i do about 100 32*2^28 blocks a day <<< DAY
this i do with :
dual PIII 500
mono Celron 466 oc to 526
mono Pentium II 350
mono Pentium II 266
mono pentium I 133
and this Athlon does more then that ????
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