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Matt Alioto
2005-07-18, 09:28
Hi
Just wanted to comment on how well the newer versions of slim are
performing. I was running 6.0.2 for a while, mostly cause' I was just
being lazy. Recently started back on the nightlys and wow! I can't
believe the increased performance of the web interface and the menus on
the SB.
Thanks for all the hard work.

35,750 songs
240 gigs
Solaris 10
Sun Enterprise 3000
6 250Mhz Ultra Sparc/3 Gig Mem
1 SB wireless
2 SB2 Wired


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stinkingpig
2005-07-18, 12:02
Matt Alioto wrote:
> Hi
> Just wanted to comment on how well the newer versions of slim are
> performing. I was running 6.0.2 for a while, mostly cause' I was just
> being lazy. Recently started back on the nightlys and wow! I can't
> believe the increased performance of the web interface and the menus on
> the SB.
> Thanks for all the hard work.
>
> 35,750 songs
> 240 gigs
> Solaris 10
> Sun Enterprise 3000
> 6 250Mhz Ultra Sparc/3 Gig Mem
> 1 SB wireless
> 2 SB2 Wired
>

don't you think this hardware is a little underpowered?
:)
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superbad
2005-07-19, 11:58
Me too. The latest nightly build is very snappy- much, much better. I can even use the computer during a rescan (only using 70-80% processor), which is a very nice change. And I'm not even using a supercomputer like the original poster. Whatever you guys did, it worked.

Good job developers!