In article <bka3jj$r0crr$2ID-124490.news.uni-berlin.de>, Dan Cottler
Not round here it ain't. Never crashed that I recall. Decently fast> In article <TD-30EF3A.13463514092003central.giganews.com>,
> TD <TDtd44.td.invalid> wrote:
>>> > Thoth is really slow on my 7200 and takes a really long time to
> > decode binaries and transfer binaries into the queue, much longer
> > than MT Newswatcher. How much of an improvement will a Sonnet G3
> > upgrade for the 7200 provide? Will it significantly decrease the
> > decoding time and the time to transfer binaries to the queue? I
> > already have an IDE drive upgrade so I know that's not the
> > bottleneck.
> Thoth is, in general, a bit slower than MT-NewsWatcher, especially for
> text-based article surfing. But then again, I see you're using MT-NW
> 3.1 - which doesn't support yEnc... So Thoth is also doing more for you.
> A faster CPU will help. A better help tho, is to dump Thoth's cache
> files periodically and perhaps disable parts caching altogether. This
> also has the side effect of making Thoth a bit more stable.
> It's still a very crashy app tho...
too, even on a Pismo. Only glitch is that it sometimes cancels logout
without any obvious reason. It does binaries really quickly, and
nicely, except for all the temporary files it leaves in trash.