Well, ifyou find a way, how about posting the code here so we can give it
a "peer review"...:)



On Tue, 17 Oct 2000, shahar mor wrote:

> Hi all,
> 
> This is purely academic question yet i'm aruing this
> issue with a collegue for sometime now.
> so i'm asking out of 'academic curiosity'
> 
> The facts:
> 
> ibm mistreats it's installed base. Whenever you buy a
> 'server model' and use interactive application a
> looped task named cfint starts eating your cpu.
> 
> i'm sure this task is needed only to make current
> customer pay more for the existing applications and it
> is not hardware related (here the argue begins..)
> 
> If i'm correct and this cfint is software based then
> in teory somehow one may expect to 'cheat it' if it is
> hardware then even in teory this is not doable.
> 
> Bottom line:
> 
> Am i right ? if i had the internal knowledge will it
> be possible to slow down "crazy" cfint thus paying
> less for the same performance ?
> 
> Thanks for any input, and once again i'm NOT trying
> anything harmfull in this post(although ibm deserves
> criticism over their current policy).
> 
> Regards
> 
> 
> =====
> Shahar mor
> consultant
> 
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