Re: [BPQ32] Re: BPQAPRS
- Hi John,
Killing the message windows did stop momenterly the CPU Usage bu it started again, this time I stop the Creation of JPEG of Display, and look like that was the real cause. it haven't started chewing up CPU again for the last few hours.
JeanOn Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 3:18 AM, John Wiseman <john.wiseman@...> wrote:
I’ve seen this high usage occasionally, but have not yet found the cause. The info about the messages window should help with tracking down the problem.
As soobn I killed the messages windows, my CPU drop to less then 1%
--- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, "Mike Melnik" <mmelnik1@...> wrote:
> Mine shows 0-1% are you sure, you do not have more then one BPQ-APRS
> Application running?
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> Subject: [BPQ32] BPQAPRS
> Is it normal my BPQAPRS take about 33% of my CPU all the time?
> Any one else has that issue?
> 73 de Jean,
Sysop de: VE2PKT (BBS), VE2PKT-3 (X-NET),VE2PKT-4, VE2RAJ (XRouter)
: VE2RCN-1, VE2RDL-1, VE2RGC-1, VE2RVA-1, (The-Net)
: VE2PKT-9 (DXCluster), VE2PKT-10 (Winlink Gateway)
147.435 Mhz, 145.05 Mhz, 28.160 LSB (1200 Bps)
Telnet ve2pkt.dyndns.org port 23 (Network Node)
Telnet ve2pkt.dyndns.org port 24 (MFnos)
Telnet ve2pkt.dyndns.org port 26 (X-Net)
Telnet ve2pkt.dyndns.org port 6300 (FBB BBS)
Telnet ve2pkt.dyndns.org port 9000 (DXCluster)
Packet SMTP: ve2pkt.dyndns.org port 25
Packet POP : ve2pkt.dyndns.org port 110
Packet Web: http://ve2pkt.dyndns.org
Packet DX Cluster: http://ve2pkt.dyndns.org/cgi-bin/webcluster
APRS Server status: http://ve2pkt.dyndns.org:14501
X-Net Status: http://ve2pkt.dyndns.org:85
XRouter Status: http://ve2pkt.dyndns.org/html/ve2pkt-4
DXCluster Status: http://ve2pkt.dyndns.org/html/ve2pkt-9
ampr net: ve2pkt@...
Inet: ve2pkt@... or ve2pkt@...
- Hi All,
To me it sounds like you are proposing a sort of Domain Name server for amateurs.
I have no problem with tha,t however what happens when the person running the server gets sick of it. or it uses to much bandwidth. At the moment the "wp servers" are distributed and if one goes off line there is (hopefully) another to seamlessly take over
What might be more pertinent is to actually look at the possible benefits getting rid of H-routes and utilising amprnet domain names or a normal internet name structure.
Regards Tony VK3API
----------------------------------------------------------------On 12/18/2013 7:51 AM, Sergej wrote:
Hello, John and group.
> Any comments for/against would be welcome. Also an indication of whether you
> would you the system would help.
> My current idea is that all WP updates would be sent as P messages to a
> central point which would consolidate them and send out an update to each
> bbs that subscibes to the system either regularly or on request.
So, based on central server structure. What other benefits will do server?
If we will use it only to complete p-mail's full address, it may be easier to
code in BBS software a request for users to type full address (h-route)
when sending p-messages to other bbs?
Its simple... Otherwise message will be indicated as local w/o need to route.
Indeed, in the internet e-mail system we write address completely,
such as user@..., but not just user@ or user@dom
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