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HD bottlenecks on bootup
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Lobster
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PostPosted: Fri 13 May 2005, 21:29    Post subject:  HD bottlenecks on bootup  

I have been able to isolate one of my HD bottlenecks on bootup

What seems to sometimes happen is this. For one reason or another my ethernet DHCP is not working. Rather than accepting this (as previous versions did) RC 1.0.2 keeps trying to force or establish a connection - if it is not there

Should "go on" be the default . . . ?

So after attempting to create a full duplex 100mbs (whatever that is) for 15 secs or so it fails and I have to run the ethernet wizard (usually several times) to establish a connection anyway.
Rolling Eyes

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PostPosted: Sat 14 May 2005, 16:42    Post subject: Re: HD bottlenecks on bootup  

Lobster wrote:
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So after attempting to create a full duplex 100mbs (whatever that is) for 15 secs or so it fails and I have to run the ethernet wizard (usually several times) to establish a connection anyway.
Rolling Eyes

Tsk tsk . . .
Shocked
Full duplex is a two-way communication channel, sending and receiving data at the same time. Half-duplex is send and receive, but not both simultaneously. Simplex is one-way, send or receive only. Smile
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