Re: Completion time oversight

Jeff Gilchrist (jeffg@nbnet.nb.ca)
Sun, 13 Apr 1997 16:22:39 GMT


On Sun, 13 Apr 1997 11:23:27 -0400 (EDT), C Matthew Curtin
<cmcurtin@research.megasoft.com> wrote:

> I think we should do all of the above.
>
> * Getting hand optimized clients for other architectures (i.e.,
> SPARC) would be especially useful, so that lab computers that do
> get involved and can crank all summer can have reasonable results.

That would be great to have an assembler optimised version for the
Sparc. I will be leaving my University for the summer but the Sparc
systems that I have running will be accessible to me through the net so I
can keep them processing all summer. I am using some old Sparc IPX, Sparc
5's, Sparc 20, Sparc 1000 Server, and Sparc Ultras. If the deschall client
was assembler optimised like the Intel version, those machines would crack
out some serious key crunching.

Regards,

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