cat /proc/registry/HKEY_PERFOMANCE_DATA/@ hangs

Robert Pendell
Tue Jul 20 20:06:00 GMT 2004

See below for responses

On Mon, 19 Jul 2004 19:13:32 -0400 (EDT), Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
> I don't think it matters.  I get the same exact results with both sh and
> bash in any one of the cmd window, xterm, or rxvt.  FWIW, the output below
> was with cmd/bash.  You *are* trying the latest snapshot, right?

I havn't been trying the latest snapshot as I wasn't aware that anyone
was.  I will probably work into getting it tomorrow when I actually
get a chance to.

> I'm not sure I understand what "there are no problems -- it just echos
> what I typed if it can't access what I want" means, either.  The point is
> that it's *supposed* to be able to access that registry key.

IC.  Well I was doing the scenario wrong anyways.  I had typed it and
it just echoed it then I copied and pasted it and it got stuck
accessing the key.  Then I compared what I typed to what I pasted and
there was an 'r' in Performance where there shouldn't be.  Meaning
Performance where I typed it should of been Perfomance.  Note the
missing 2nd 'r'.

>         Igor
> P.S. <>.

Damn.  Do I keep forgetting to remove the email address sometimes. 
GMail does not have the option yet and I have put in a request.  We
will see if they implement it but it is unlikely.

Robert Pendell

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