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 Post subject: Does F@H play nicely with sleep (suspend-to-RAM)?
PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2007 4:34 am 
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As in topic... I know I can just shut the machine down and it'll work upon restart... what about suspend-to-RAM?


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Hi qviri, I used to use hibernate without any problem. The FAH client must be aware of the computer going into a hibernate state otherwise timeouts would cause WU failure.

I think suspend to RAM does a similar thing but am not sure... I don't recall hearing of any questions or advice on the subject here or over at the FAH forums so would guess it's not an issue...

Try it and let us know :mrgreen:


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peteamer wrote:
Try it and let us know :mrgreen:


Thing is, I really can't. I think I'm risking enough by (planning on) running a Windows SMP client. I don't own the machine, so I'd rather clear up as many doubts as possible before asking permission.

Thanks for the info about suspend-to-disk.


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PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2007 10:20 am 
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qviri wrote:
Thanks for the info about suspend-to-disk.
You're welcome. 8)

If you're planning on running the SMP client, it'll need to work pretty much 24/7 to meet the deadlines, and be a fair speed CPU from what I understand...


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