Archive for November, 2005

Race to the Top PPD

November 22, 2005 Leave a comment

The competition to the top rank of folder never ends, my short lived target is reach the top 5 overall score. Every folders upgrade their machine in order to be the best, so do I and for the first I seen, I reached over 1000 PPDs, behind the khurios2000 and macarona, my nearest competitor for overall score with difference for about 1500 points.

Top 20 Producers

Categories: Folding, Projects

OSMark 1 Beta 8b VIA Edition Released

November 17, 2005 1 comment

A new still beta version of OpenSourceMark has been releasedwith some fixes and enhancements.

Here the Release Notes:

• PNGOut test will no longer abort and produce inflated scores (this problem was a relative file path issue).
• Results are now written out each minute at battery levels < = 10% for the Max Power test and <= 8% for the Min Power test because battery level resolution is often inaccurate and systems can die well before reaching the 3% OpenSourceMark cutoff level.
• Prescott P4 L1d cache sizes now report correctly.
• CPU affinity asserted during clock speed measurements to ensure TSC is read from the same CPU at both starting and ending samples.

• Once a Mobile test is initiated, OpenSourceMark will beep at one second intervals until the power is unplugged at which time the benchmark will stop beeping and start that mobile test.
• I’ve implemented the beginnings of a command driven interface. Currently the very crude implementation recognizes the following commands: getcurrentdir, dir , officialrun, pstatetest, cd , rdmsr , wrmsr , getnumberofcpus, run , cmd.
• There is now a very simple P-State test that can only be accessed through the command “pstatetest”.

Categories: News, OSMark, Projects

Triple Connections

November 16, 2005 Leave a comment

Have you ever use 3 simultaneous connections to network..?? How did your feel..?? Well, I just wanna post my experience about connecting to 3 different networks.

Network adapters:

  • Intel(R) PRO/100 VE -> connected to network switch, LAN, subnet 1
  • Intel(R) PRO/Wireless LAN 2100 3B Mini PCI Adapter -> connected to Wireless Access Point, LAN, subnet 1
  • 3Com OfficeConnect Wireless 108Mbps 11g XJACK PC Card -> connected to Wireless Access Point, DSL Modem, subnet 0

Using 3 connections

so, I can connect my Windows Messenger via LAN, browse / file sharing in LAN, surfing using Dual (Triple, if I wanted) Connections. But my firefox seem so confused with this amount connections. It cant choose which connection to be used, why…???

Categories: Ngoprek

Limited by Subnet

November 15, 2005 7 comments

Pengaturan network class kantor yang hanya Class C dengan subnet standar ( ternyata sudah mencapai batasnya. Mau tidak mau harus diperbarui agar mampu menampung lebih banyak client.

Kasus ini terjadi karena pemasangan Wireless Access Point yang memungkinkan user terkoneksi tanpa kabel. Dengan dmeikian potensi jumlah user yang terkoneksi tidak dapat dikontrol sebaik ketika menggunakan kabel, sehingga jumlah IP yang tersedia harus mencukupi. Dengan Class C standar, maka maksimal jumlah client / host adalah 254, padahal prediksi ke depan, jumlah client akan melebihi nilai tersebut. Untuk itu harus diatur ulang pengalamatan IP, salah satu caranya adalah dengan memperluas subnet (supernetting).

Dengan memperluas subnet menjadi, maka jumlah maksimal client / host adalah 1024. Cukup banyak untuk menampung semua koneksi di masa mendatang.

Ok, saatnya mengatur ulang subnet….

Categories: Ngoprek

Categories Changed

November 14, 2005 Leave a comment

I have changed almost all categories to fit and address my actual needs. The removed categories are Define, Design, Develop, Manage and Test. The fixed categories are Out Of Topics and News. The News category itself expanded to Internal and External categories.

The addition categories are Day-to-Day and Project. Day-to-Day consists of Architect, Hardware, Network, Software and Unclassified categories. Projects consists of CodeRepository, Folding and OSMark.

Well, I hope these changes useful.

Categories: News