Re: Linux (fwd)

Corbett J. Klempay (cklempay@hops.cs.jhu.edu)
Wed, 30 Apr 1997 23:28:53 -0400


At 10:22 PM 4/30/97 -0400, ITS ME DAMN IT wrote:
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>Date: Wed, 30 Apr 1997 22:10:47 -0400 (EDT)
>From: ITS ME DAMN IT <marauder@randomc.com>
>To: deschall@keymaster.megasoft.com
>Subject: Linux
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>does anybody see a problem with running 4 clients at the same time
>on a linux box
>p200 with a 128 megs of ram
>other than pushing the load average up
>maybe confusing the key server might be a problem

What would be the motivation to do that? You're not going to turn any more
keys that way...if you run 4, each of the 4 will just run at 1/4 the speed
of a single instance running by itself. I think it would work and not
cause any problems...there's just not any reason to do it.

Corbett J. Klempay
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