On 11 Sep 2003 06:27:53 GMT,
Leo (comnojunk) wrote:
Could you post benchmarks that prove this, because I don't believe you?
CIFS v/s AppleTalk for the transport should make little to no difference
to the load on your processor. Most likely, this is another lie
conjured up by you.
Umm ... Dave isn't a Netopia product. It is a Thursby product.
This is the part that I don't believe. It is a lie. And keeps in
character with the rest of the lies you've posted on this group at various
points of time.
Would that be filesharing via "sneaker-net" diaper-boy? Windows 3.11 had
no built-in networking stack from Microsoft. Windows for Workgroups was
the first Windows release that had built-in support for filesharing. Anyway
that's an aside. As someone who has supported Windows for Workgroups in
1991, it is my experience that hung shares were extremely common and would
crash both computers. Prior to the crash the "server" would slow down to
a crawl with "disk-thrashing".
But then again, you wouldn't know anything about this, for its the truth,
and that is something that you abhore.
And here's where I get to have my fun:
Vote John Wolf for village idiot now!
Vote Leo as Mr. Diapers 2003!
Register your vote by emailing com!
Bev A. Kupf
"The lyfe so short, the craft so long to lerne" -- Chaucer