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DCH++ beta tester reviews

Post by Lightning Man » 2003-09-22 15:57

Is there anything you can say about the operation of the beta version so far?

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Post by yakko » 2003-09-22 17:39

It's wonderful, much, much better than NMDCH and any other DC hub i've tried.

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Post by Sedulus » 2003-09-22 20:53

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DCH++ v0.27-Release (Plugin API v0.27) compiled on Jul 14 2003 13:36:20
Uptime:             4:10:58:48
CPU usage:    
   \_   0:00:00:00 (u)   0:00:00:00 (s)   0:00:00:00 (cu)   0:00:00:00 (cs)   [522]
      \_   0:00:00:00 (u)   0:00:00:00 (s)   0:00:00:02 (cu)   0:00:00:03 (cs)   [523]
         \_   0:00:00:00 (u)   0:00:00:03 (s)   0:00:00:00 (cu)   0:00:00:00 (cs)   [524]
         \_   0:00:02:17 (u)   0:00:02:20 (s)   0:00:00:00 (cu)   0:00:00:00 (cs)   [525]
         \_   0:00:01:16 (u)   0:00:16:55 (s)   0:00:00:00 (cu)   0:00:00:00 (cs)   [526]
         \_   0:00:00:06 (u)   0:00:00:19 (s)   0:00:00:00 (cu)   0:00:00:00 (cs)   [527]
  totals:    0:00:03:41 (u)   0:00:19:39 (s)   0:00:00:02 (cu)   0:00:00:03 (cs)   0:00:23:26 (total)
Memory usage (vmsize):       50.45 MB (52899840)

Data sent:          1.10 GB (3.00 kB/s)
Data received:          135.66 MB (369 B/s)
Users / Sockets active:       71 / 71

after 4 days, 10 hours, it has only used 24 minutes of cpu time (where usercount has varied from 60 to 250 users) on my k7-650, and 16 of those minutes are networking system time

running the following scripts

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Currently loaded scripts (Name MemUsage / NextGC (files):
game 64.00 kB / 114.00 kB (scripts/GameBot.lua)
executer 16.00 kB / 26.00 kB (scripts/Executer.lua)
opcomextra 1.21 MB / 2.31 MB (scripts/OpComExtra.lua)
hublistpingerhelper 23.00 kB / 32.00 kB (scripts/HublistPingerHelper.lua)
searchkicker 43.00 kB / 44.00 kB (scripts/SearchKick.lua)
language 15.00 kB / 25.00 kB (scripts/CensorBot.lua)
woorden 31.00 kB / 32.00 kB (scripts/GarbleChat.lua)
senduc 24.00 kB / 29.00 kB (scripts/UserCommands.lua)
logobot-kickfix 19.00 kB / 29.00 kB (scripts/LogOBot.lua)

and also running a couple of compiled plugins
http://dc.selwerd.nl/hublist.xml.bz2
http://www.b.ali.btinternet.co.uk/DCPlusPlus/index.html (TheParanoidOne's DC++ Guide)
http://www.dslreports.com/faq/dc (BSOD2600's Direct Connect FAQ)

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Post by TheNOP » 2003-09-22 21:21

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Data sent:          1.10 GB (3.00 kB/s) 
Data received:          135.66 MB (369 B/s)
Users / Sockets active:       71 / 71


3kB / 369B are actual snapshot, last minutes or average ?
TheNOP

Have you read the FAQ?
Or the sticky ? It might give you idea.

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Post by Sedulus » 2003-09-22 21:27

[04:26] <[rug.nl]Sedulus> !calc 135.66 * 1024 * 1024 / (4*24*3600 + 10*3600 + 58*60 + 48)
[04:26] <[rug.nl]Aibo> 369.35725306911
http://dc.selwerd.nl/hublist.xml.bz2
http://www.b.ali.btinternet.co.uk/DCPlusPlus/index.html (TheParanoidOne's DC++ Guide)
http://www.dslreports.com/faq/dc (BSOD2600's Direct Connect FAQ)

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Post by TheNOP » 2003-09-22 22:18

thanks, it's more then clear :)
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Have you read the FAQ?
Or the sticky ? It might give you idea.

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Post by BSOD2600 » 2003-09-23 03:47

DCH++ is such a wonderful improvement over NMDCH. Tons more stable (now) and finally we've got a nice assortment of plugins and scripts (mainly thanks to Sedulus ;)) to carry out hub duties. This software is going to rock the DC world when it comes out...

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Post by The Daishi » 2003-09-27 04:57

So, if 16 minutes of those were networking time.

And you were to get a server class NIC, with decent bus mastering.

Does that mean only 8 minutes of CPU time would be used?

Oh, and is it all still a closed beta? Or can you get the source and have a go yourself now?

I'm instested in compiling it for LEAF, as an LRP.

http://leaf.sourceforge.net

and sticking it on one of my old P100 boxes in a DMZ :)

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Post by Sedulus » 2003-09-29 11:37

The Daishi wrote:And you were to get a server class NIC, with decent bus mastering.
Does that mean only 8 minutes of CPU time would be used?

no clue, I have a 3Com Corporation 3c905C-TX/TX-M [Tornado] (rev 116) in it now. I have no idea what a server class NIC with decent bus mastering looks like ;)

The Daishi wrote:Oh, and is it all still a closed beta? Or can you get the source and have a go yourself now?

still closed

The Daishi wrote:I'm instested in compiling it for LEAF, as an LRP.
http://leaf.sourceforge.net

hm, a quick glance at the site doesn't provide decent/valuable insights on what advantages LEAF has over regular linux distro's.
http://dc.selwerd.nl/hublist.xml.bz2
http://www.b.ali.btinternet.co.uk/DCPlusPlus/index.html (TheParanoidOne's DC++ Guide)
http://www.dslreports.com/faq/dc (BSOD2600's Direct Connect FAQ)

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Post by Lightning Man » 2003-09-29 17:34

Thank you, it will be worth it for me to move to Windows 2000 or Linux to use. Thanks.

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