[RC5] is this right?

blitz blitz at macronet.net
Mon Dec 30 03:07:05 EST 2002


Hmm..how does one do that? From what i read (course it could of changed) 
the second should be in a separate dir and have its own buff-in and outs.

At 23:27 12/29/02 -0600, you wrote:
>On Sun, Dec 29, 2002 at 07:07:57PM -0500, blitz wrote:
> > Lots of memory on the box, and my additive keystroke rate is faster with
> > two instances running than with one. ALways has been incidentally. Even
> > when I ran rc5-64 and linux on an AMD-533.
> > Since any xNIX is multitasking ready as opposed to a winbox, I'll 
> venture a
> > guess why...when one client is fetching or flushing, the cpu power on the
> > other client is maximized. (Course I'm not a CPU architect, but that's my
> > humble guess)
>
>You might try forcing the client to start two crunchers instead of just
>one.
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