[RC5] Running client from a DOS floppy

Jurren Gans jurren at dejongegans.demon.nl
Fri May 16 12:30:16 EDT 2003

Maybe you could create a small RAM disk? This will nog only stop the disk
activity completely, but also speed up things a bit. If not, you could try
to change the following:


Good luck, Jur.

There are only 10 kinds of people in the world:
Those who understand binary and those who don't.

>>> I do not have logging to a file turned on. Attached is my .ini file.

>> Do you have logging to file turned on?  From the time I used to run the
>> client that way, I remember heavy disk activity when logging was turned
>> on. But I think also saving and loading packets from the buffer files
>> can cause this. At least when I was importing packets to the buffers on
>> the floppy.

> I am running the Dnet client from a DOS floppy, there is a lot of disk
> activity that I think is being caused by the client saving its
> checkpoint file to disk.  Is there any switch to disable the use of a
> checkfile?

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