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Applications / Re: General Software Testing
« on: June 15, 2024, 12:22:04 pm »
Martin -- You can open wtih Zip Control ver 2.7.4
David -- Your file is bad, only can see the txt files, the rest is size 0.

This program work well.
This program work with the Caos teory.
Saludos

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Applications / Re: AOS RAM Disk
« on: June 12, 2024, 05:01:39 pm »
Lines to modify the config.sys to have a JFS cache twice the current one:131072=2 x 65536 maintaining or
even increasing the available memory.
-------------------------
IFS=C:\OS2\JFS.IFS /CACHE:131072 /LW:32,128,8 /AUTOCHECK:*
...

CALL=C:\OS2\CMD.EXE /Q /C C:\OS2\CACHEJFS.EXE /LW:32,128,8 /MINBUFFER:655 /MAXBUFFER:3679 >NUL
...
BUFFERS=16
...
SWAPPATH=C:\OS2\SYSTEM 2000 1045000
...
VIRTUALADDRESSLIMIT=3072
...
--------------------------

Because of the things and notices of my experience:
How to calculate the minbuffer:
Putting Minbuffer: 0, the system will calculate the new minimum automatically returning the 655 value
How to calculate the Maxbuffer, I have been increasing the value while Private Low Memory: or the Shared Low Memory:
increase. And I reduce it, if it decreases. Looking for the values ​​of maximum memory available.

I believe that having the minimum, the important thing is the difference between these two values.

The buffers = 16, according to EDM, in case of configuring the cache, says reduce the buffers number.
20 It is also a good value.
I contribute link:
Now I can't find it.

Regarding SwaPPath, I remind you of this link, to be able to calculate Valid Swappat,
Another thing is that they work as it should, or that values ​​can work better than others:

https://www.os2world.com/forum/index.php/topic,3232.msg38051.html?PHPSESSID=4clqlps3of12k9kp8tc7rmr3cc#msg38051

In fact, if someone intends to try a 2048 1045000 swappath, you can fail the hard drive. Because
The 2048 value is not valid for the Swapper.

Also comment, that activating Hyperrating HT in many bios, 2MB are lost in Private Low Memory: and another 2MB in Shared Low Memory:
But the processors work better. Could it be the opposite? I don't know.

And that's it.

It's not all, I understand that for a simple NAS type server with few applications it can be interesting
Have less memory and more cachejfs to give better service. In this case I have the:
Buffers in 20
and the
SwaPPath = C: \ OS2 \ System 2000 2000000
and the Cache Size: 1048576 Kbytes
Minbuffer 0 or 655
Maxbuffer 7655
with the virtualaddresslimit in 1024. Only this is valid of the Page Boundary, others not and checked.
This conbination works quite well, but here there may be better.

Saludos

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Applications / Re: AOS RAM Disk
« on: June 10, 2024, 08:04:39 pm »
Hi Dariusz
Thank you for sharing your experience and effort.
Modifying the LW about 15 or 20 years ago, experimenting sent me a computer to disaster,
and I was left with the idea of not touching it. That's why I know it's difficult.
But your values seem very good to me, the processors on the server are at ZERO or almost zero that's very good.
Now I'm trying to set up my test equipment with twice the standard cache without losing memory, using the virtualaddresslimit on 3072.
And this looks great, even with resource-depleting applications, but... requires more testing.
Saludos

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Applications / Re: AOS RAM Disk
« on: June 09, 2024, 01:34:23 pm »
  I've still set up my ArcaOS NAS like this, but I don't see any performance improvements in file transfer.
 I'll have to do more tests.
Well, I answered me about the speed tests, and the improvement is noticeable.
A folder that normally took 23 minutes to copy is copied in 1 minute 37 seg. of 11gb.
This is from a 12tb gpt disk with 2tb x 6 partitions, to a 240mb gpt sdd disk on the same computer.
But yesterday from the network the result was poor, because the network is my bottleneck.
Saludos

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Applications / Re: AOS RAM Disk
« on: June 08, 2024, 08:18:59 pm »
Hi Dariusz,
 You are right about many things, in fact at the beginning, it only showed me 131mb. The cachejfs.
 But reducing the virtualaddresslimit to 1024, it already shows me 1gb of cache.
 The price is the reduction of memory.
  I've still set up my ArcaOS NAS like this, but I don't see any performance improvements in file transfer.
 I'll have to do more tests.
 Your setup is very stable, I just reduced the value from 24000 to 15000.
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[C:\]mem /v

Total physical memory:      8 142 MB
Accessible to system:       3 054 MB
Additional (PAE) memory:    5 088 MB

Resident memory:            1 143 MB
Available virtual memory:   3 809 MB

Available process memory:
  Private low memory:         344 MB
  Private high memory:        448 MB
  Shared low memory:          280 MB
  Shared high memory:         435 MB

[C:\]cstats
cachesize    262144   cbufs_protected       10288
hashsize     131072   cbufs_probationary     2594
nfreecbufs   248292   cbufs_inuse               0
minfree        8000   cbufs_io                  0
maxfree       15000   jbufs_protected         776
numiolru          0   jbufs_probationary      187
slrun         11064   jbufs_inuse               0
slruN        174762   jbufs_io                  0
Other             7   jbufs_nohomeok            0

[C:\]cachejfs

          SyncTime:      32 seconds
            MaxAge:     128 seconds
        BufferIdle:       8 seconds
        Cache Size: 1048576 kbytes
        Min Free buffers:    8000 (   32000 K)
        Max Free buffers:   15000 (   60000 K)
Lazy Write is enabled


[C:\]
Saludos

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Applications / Re: AOS RAM Disk
« on: June 07, 2024, 11:31:48 pm »
Hello Dariusz
 I found your config.sys very interesting.!!
 At first I had no problems but it wasn't going well either. I have the feeling that I was missing something and maybe you are missing something.
I pass on my modifications to the config.sys, incorporating your slightly modified values.
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IFS=C:\OS2\JFS.IFS /CACHE:1048576 /LW:32,128,8 /AUTOCHECK:*
CALL=C:\OS2\CMD.EXE /Q /C C:\OS2\CACHEJFS.EXE /LW:32,128,8 /MINBUFFER:8000 /MAXBUFFER:15000 >NUL
buffers=20
 SWAPPATH=C:\OS2\SYSTEM 0 512000
 SWAPPATH=C:\OS2\SYSTEM 2000 1045000
And surprise with the memory, I also attach the memory results with different values. And I really like what I see.
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[C:\]mem /v

Total physical memory:      8 142 MB
Accessible to system:       3 054 MB
Additional (PAE) memory:    5 088 MB

Resident memory:              187 MB
Available virtual memory:   3 833 MB

Available process memory:
  Private low memory:         340 MB
  Private high memory:      2 240 MB
  Shared low memory:          276 MB
  Shared high memory:       2 227 MB

[C:\]cstats
cachesize     32768   cbufs_protected       10302
hashsize      16384   cbufs_probationary     2585
nfreecbufs    18938   cbufs_inuse               0
minfree        8000   cbufs_io                  0
maxfree       13000 **   jbufs_protected         681
numiolru          0   jbufs_probationary      255
slrun         10983   jbufs_inuse               0
slruN         21844   jbufs_io                  0
Other             7   jbufs_nohomeok            0

[C:\]mem /v

Total physical memory:      8 142 MB
Accessible to system:       3 054 MB
Additional (PAE) memory:    5 088 MB

Resident memory:              187 MB
Available virtual memory:   3 833 MB

Available process memory:
  Private low memory:         342 MB            *****
  Private high memory:      2 240 MB
  Shared low memory:          279 MB           ******
  Shared high memory:       2 227 MB

[C:\]cstats
cachesize     32768   cbufs_protected       10294
hashsize      16384   cbufs_probationary     2594
nfreecbufs    18941   cbufs_inuse               0
minfree        8000   cbufs_io                  0
maxfree       14000 **   jbufs_protected         747
numiolru          0   jbufs_probationary      185
slrun         11041   jbufs_inuse               0
slruN         21844   jbufs_io                  0
Other             7   jbufs_nohomeok            0

[C:\]mem /v

Total physical memory:      8 142 MB
Accessible to system:       3 054 MB
Additional (PAE) memory:    5 088 MB

Resident memory:              186 MB
Available virtual memory:   3 833 MB

Available process memory:
  Private low memory:         353 MB               *****
  Private high memory:      2 240 MB
  Shared low memory:          290 MB               *****
  Shared high memory:       2 227 MB

[C:\]cstats
cachesize     32768   cbufs_protected       10293
hashsize      16384   cbufs_probationary     2590
nfreecbufs    18944   cbufs_inuse               0
minfree        8000 **   cbufs_io                  0
maxfree       15000 **   jbufs_protected         750
numiolru          0   jbufs_probationary      184
slrun         11043   jbufs_inuse               0
slruN         21844   jbufs_io                  0
Other             7   jbufs_nohomeok            0

Pay attention that I'm using two swappaths, although only the last one is used, I haven't really tried to remove the first one, in case there is a difference or not.
Don't put the swappath on a ramdisk, it won't work well for you.
I get these memory values after restarting the computer.
Saludos

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Applications / Re: Help with Rexx and Theseus
« on: May 06, 2024, 04:37:49 pm »
What happened to me is that when I saw that this function RT2GetLinMemMap was not in the help, I thought that maybe it opened up other functions that do exist but are not documented.
But if it's not implemented, it's not.
I'll experiment in a different way.
Saludos

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Applications / Help with Rexx and Theseus
« on: May 05, 2024, 02:04:49 pm »
I wanted from rexx to be able to see the physical memory, as it shows it on the screen.
I need either the command or the information about it.
Similar to   call RT2GetLinMemMap but with physicalmemory, no linear memory.
Saludos

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Applications / Re: Nomacs Image Viewer
« on: April 30, 2024, 08:19:22 pm »
Hi Tellie,
When you left us the qt6 version, I installed it, and put the qt6core.dll in the same folder of the nomacs.
I ran it and it worked perfectly, and I looked at a lot of photos and a lot of folders.
But, days later I wanted to open it again and it closed, seconds after opening. With an error in exceptq.
Editing the profile, I saw a mega line of a length of approximately 1600 columns, created with the qt6
They were the paths of each photo.
With the epm I left the line at about 600 characters.
I tried on the QT5 version, and it worked perfectly.
I put it back with the QT6 version, and it still works perfectly.
My conclusion : To have a correct profile in Qt6, you first have to have it created in Qt5.
Saludos

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Applications / Re: LarsenCommander - new test version
« on: April 20, 2024, 08:54:18 pm »
Hello
Thank you very much for your effort.
 I have a little problem that is very annoying to me.
  Let me explain:
When I have the lcmd open and on top of that I have the editor e.exe open
 I MOVE my mouse over the number 10 Exit button. A yellow bar lights up.
 And when I move the mouse over the editor, at the scroll bar, when you click on the scroll bar of the editor,
  the Lcmd closes.
Saludos

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Programming / Re: Qt6 Application Testing
« on: March 18, 2024, 06:48:28 pm »
A question for Paul.
I've found that the Dooble qt6 632 works best for me is when I have very low shared memory.
 I would say below 32mb.
 I wanted to ask if you could do a build, limiting the use of shared low memory to a maximum of 32mb.
 As far as I can see, even when you get to 0 shared memory, it takes high memory and moves it to low,
  to keep working.
But if I have a lot of low memory available, Dooble uses it and tends to crash, more often.

Saludos

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Programming / Re: SQL running total
« on: February 19, 2024, 11:58:04 am »
Have an idea about running an update query with the necessary "group by" and "order by" and that it inserts record number,
incremented by 1. in a new column.
Ideas anoyone?
I'm not sure I understand you, but if you are using Dbexpert, you can do this:
In the query add a call to macro in a new colunm, as
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AST:DBERUNMACRO('MNUMERAR',ASIEN)
and a new macro like this:
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/*MNUMERAR*/
NUMERIC DIGITS(9)
ARG N

GUARDAR='OS2ENVIRONMENT'
ASUNO=VALUE(ASUNO,ASUNO,GUARDAR)
ASDOS=VALUE('ASUNO',ASUNO+1,GUARDAR)
/*
SAY '***' ASUNO 'ASUNO' VALUE(ASUNO) 'OTRO' VALUE('ASUNO')
SAY '***' ASDOS 'ASDOS' VALUE(ASDOS) 'OTRO' VALUE('ASDOS')
*/
/*ESTE A¥ADIDO ES PARA RECOGER EL PRIMER VALOR DEL PRIMER ASIENTO*/
IF VALUE(ASUNO)=0 | VALUE(ASUNO)=SPACE(1) THEN
DO
ASUNO=VALUE(ASUNO,N,GUARDAR)
ASDOS=VALUE('ASUNO',N+1,GUARDAR)
RETURN N
EXIT
END

saludos

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Setup & Installation / Re: CUPS tripped up SeaMonkey and Firefox
« on: February 10, 2024, 09:43:25 pm »
It could be a problem, that you removed the driver from the old printer.
And it's still in the trash. I would advise you to empty the trash, reboot,
and install the new printer.
 I understand that this can happen to you because you are a 506 version
Saludos

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Applications / Re: AcpiDaemon start
« on: January 28, 2024, 07:11:45 pm »
Hello, I have tested what you say and it also works better for me in the startup folder, and removing it from the config.sys.
 But not on all computers.
Saludos

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Networking / Re: ArcaMapper and Network Protocols
« on: January 18, 2024, 07:01:24 pm »
I now can access at Least one of the Windows machines, a portable running Windows 7 - the ReadyNAS is still not accessible for mounting and logon
Mark
Is ReadyNAS in WORKGROUP?
In all cases you can put the ip of your ReadyNAS without Workgroup, similar //IP/folder
Saludos

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