normal?

Jason Buchanan (jsb@digistar.com)
Sun, 8 Jun 1997 15:43:50 -0500 (CDT)


hi,

I entered myself into the maelstrom and I have a question:

All this "key not found" business... is this normal? Is this correct or
do I have something misconfigured.

I'm running it on three different intel hosts, one a slow 486/66, another
a Pentium Pro 233MHz (yes, it's fast :), and yet another on a Pentium Pro
200. All say Key not found.

However, the 4th machine i'm running it on is a SS2 and it said "Key
found" or something like that... and since I wasn't paying close attention
I don't know if this is normal for the sun build to display this or not.

I ran the -m test, it said 4 seconds on the ppro 233. When I axed all the
background daemons and cron it stayed at 3 seconds. www.digistar.com is a
busy box.

./deschall-linux-P6 keymaster.verser.frii.com &

***** FOR USE IN THE USA AND CANADA ONLY *****
*************** NOT FOR EXPORT ***************
Selftest passed
Program version: V0.214 Mar 12 1997 13:45:12
Processor #1: Working
Processor 1 -- 2^22 complementary pairs of keys starting with 7CADE93819800101
..Processor 1 -- Elapsed time: 7 seconds
Processor 1 -- Key not found
Processor 1 -- 2^26 complementary pairs of keys starting with 79A8D90240010101
................................Processor 1 -- Elapsed time: 119 seconds
Processor 1 -- Key not found
Processor 1 -- 2^28 complementary pairs of keys starting with 79ADD96140010101
................................................................
................................................................
Processor 1 -- Elapsed time: 504 seconds
Processor 1 -- Key not found
Processor 1 -- 2^30 complementary pairs of keys starting with 7CA8F82C01010101
................................................................
................................................................

[anon]

The 2^30 results are usually 1990-2020 seconds. Usually closer to 2005.
I'd like to try this sometime in single-user mode. I have a LOT of
garbage running on this box... mrtg, httpd, etc.

thanks,
Jason

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