Re: your mail

Edwin George (egeorge@welchlink.welch.jhu.edu)
Tue, 30 Jul 1996 15:30:03 -0400 (EDT)


Maybe I'm way off base, but it sounds like some part of the software is
synchronously trying to read a frame memory buffer when it is 1/3-2/3 of
the way through a refresh...but I'm not familiar with the equipment
you're using and I'm a cuseeme newbie. If, as it sounds, you suspect
a reflector problem, what happens with a one-on-one connection to the
7100? BTW, when I connect to your reflector (not a PPP connection) I get
the same effect, although the updated top of the image is just black
anyway...

On Tue, 30 Jul 1996, Scott Chumbley wrote:

> I thought I'd try one more time.......... No help from anyone yet!
>
> I am running the image from a scanning electron microscope into an AV board
> of a 7100 powermac and connecting to a reflector that we have set up. We
> are running v.83B3 of CU-SeeMe and Open Transport 1.1 (Sys 7.5.3) and
> CU-SeeMe (tm) Reflector version 4.00B3 on IP address 129.186.222.4 on the
> following system: OS Version: ULTRIX V4.3A (Rev. 146) System #20:
> Mon Jan 15 12:27:00 CST 1996, CPU: DECstation 5000, Memory - maxmem:
> 14130K physmem: 24576K, Display : PMAG-DA - PXG (8 or 24 plane). The image
> looks great on our 7100 but when schools around Iowa connect (usuaully via
> a ppp connection) to the reflector the top 1/3 will update within a few
> seconds, the middle 1/3 maybe after several minutes, the bottom 1/3 never.
> Does anybody have any suggestions as to what is going on? Nobody seems to
> have a clue. Thanks!

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