Re: Forcing 2^31 keys/block

Samuel Adams (sadams@ns.tssc.com)
Mon, 16 Jun 1997 18:44:39 -0500


Samuel Adams
06/16/97 06:44 PM

NO one seems to be getting it...

We want to run one set of numbers for long periods of time without
connecting
to the internet. then after 4 to 24 hours, it cranks out a result and gets
more numbers.

Problem is I don't think it is availble.

Wade

greg @ ou.edu on 06/16/97 03:30:44 PM

To: timur @ io.com, deschall @ gatekeeper.megasoft.com
cc: (bcc: Samuel Adams/MTC/TSS)
Subject: Re: Forcing 2^^31 keys/block

At 12:55 PM -0500 6/16/97, Timur Tabi wrote:
>The client tops off at 2^^30 keys on my machine, which it can do in
>about 45 minutes. I'd like to be able to tell it to crank
>on 2^^32 or even 2^^33 keys per block so that it doesn't keep calling
>my ISP 15 minutes after it hangs up (30-min timeout).

You could fire up an email client, and have it check mail often enough that
your ISP doesn't time you out.

- greg

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