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Fw: Improved performance for _ready and @ready

Discussion in 'Support' started by Steve Fabian, Jan 7, 2010.

  1. Steve Fabian

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    E. S. Fabian wrote:
    | The features which detect whether or not a specific drive is ready,
    | or build the list of drives which are ready, on my system require
    | over 21s for a disconnected but mapped network drive. In contrast an
    | empty DVD drive takes only 0.24s. I wonder if the next version could
    | build the READY list when starting up, and use a drive monitor
    | thread to keep the list up to date. @READY could then just scan the
    | list for drive status. When SHRALIAS is used, the list could even be
    | kept in one of its memory-mapped files, so that any new TCC
    | instances would have instant access.
    |
    | I am emailing this post on 2010.01.06 @ 09.58 EST.

    I emailed the above post to tc_suggestions@jpsoft.com. As of 21.43 EST of
    the same day, almost 12 hours later, it has not been reflected to my mail
    server. This has happened to most of my emails to the TC suggestion
    subgroup. I am therefore forwarding it to .
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    Steve
     
  2. dim

    dim Dimitry Andric

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    Test message

    On 2010-01-04 04:42, vefatica wrote:

    Testing testing, 1, 2, 3... :)
     
  3. Re: Test message

    Any update on the timestamp issue on the new FTP site?
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Steve Fábián
    To: CSGalloway@nc.rr.com
    Sent: Monday, January 04, 2010 10:58 AM
    Subject: RE: [Take Command and TCC-t-1654] Re: Test message


    Steve Fbin wrote:
    | ...
    | Sending this by test reply email EST 2010.01.04 09.37.00

    Email returned 09.45 - approx. 8 min delay.

    BTW, all files on new FTP site have timestamps of 2010-01-02 10:52:00 (EST),
    even files many years old. Is there not a way to upload files while
    preserving their modification timestamps?
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    Steve
     
  4. rconn

    rconn Administrator
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    Since the email integration is not yet functional on the new server (as mentioned in several other posts), you're going to be waiting a long time ...
     
  5. Steve Fabian

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    JP Software Forums" <neil@jpsoft.com>; "rconn wrote:
    | Since the email integration is not yet functional on the new server
    | (as mentioned in several other posts), you're going to be waiting a
    | long time ...

    Obviously due to the lack of email integration, I had not seen any of those
    posts stating email integration is not yet available. For my use that means
    the forum is temporarily dead. I only browse in libraries and stores.
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    Steve
     
  6. drrob1

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  7. rconn

    rconn Administrator
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    Re: Test message

    No, there is not a way to upload files while preserving their modification
    times.

    Rex Conn
    JP Software
     

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