[RC5] How to configure client to leave idle CPU time?

Timothy Nerbonne (laptop) timothy at nerbonne.net
Tue Sep 7 08:17:34 EDT 2004


Well, you could use windows task scheduler to start and stop the dnetc client.  You could have it start for 30 mins, then shutdown for 30 mins, etc....   It would be a pain to setup, but if you not going to fix the overheating problem, at least you would get some work out of it.

- Tim
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Brad Tod 
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  Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2004 5:56 PM
  Subject: Re: [RC5] How to configure client to leave idle CPU time?


  you should be more concerned with why that computer overheats and fix that first

  Wac³aw Schiller <torinthiel at megapolis.pl> wrote: 
    I want to configure ./dnetc not to use all of available CPU time.
    I know it doesn't eat up all my CPU time if there is anything to do, the
    problem is that one of the Windows machines I want the client to setup
    at overheats if left at full usage for too long, and I'm looking for
    a way to configure it nevertheless.
    Torinthiel

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