[RC5] [rc5] Performance
Basil A. Daoust
basildaoust at home.com
Mon Jan 29 10:46:12 EST 2001
My biggest pet peeve against the distributed.net stats is why everyone is
classed the same.
We have some mainframes running the client, we have midranges run the client,
we have admins run the clients on entire university campus lans and we have the
guy at how with a few computers.
Yet we are all reported equally, or should I say unequally. How can I expect
to compete against a sysadm of a university or even a corporation lan?
It JUST ain't fair.
waldo kitty wrote:
> David McNett wrote:
> > On 29-Jan-2001, Oliver Scheit wrote:
> > > Most people say "a lot of machines"
> > >
> > > Now if there's machines at work or at some university
> > > involved, they don't run 24/7. Maybe 12/5.
> > This is an inaccurate assumption, at least here in the United States.
> to say the least... all the machines we have at work run 24/7 and
> there's only someone there maybe 12/6... the rest of the time, the
> machines are running the client at max speed...
> (@@) Waldo Kitty, Waldo's Place USA
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