2009/7/6 Wojciech Strzałka <wstrzalka(at)gmail(dot)com>:
> No really a pattern.
> I'm sure PG is installed in standard pure version everywhere.
> No domains at all.
> The rest is really custom (we are working remotely - each of us with
> different hardware, OS, software, etc...).
> Maybe the intel dual core has smth to do about it ?
I run a core 2 duo and have never seen any problems. I don't exactly
hammer the server though.
> Those are affected:
> My machine is:
> Latitude D620, T7200, 3GB RAM, Vista Business SP2, NOD32 3.2, Windows Firewall
> Guy 1:
> Latitude D620, T7200, 2GB RAM, XP Prof SP3, NOD32 3.2, OutpostFirewall
> Guy 2:
> HP T5600 3GB RAM,XP SP2, F-Internet Security 2009
> Guy 3: Acer (2 core also!!), 4GB RAM, Vista Sp2, Norton Ativirus
> Which is 4 of 8 in the team.
What about those that don't see the problem? I'll grant you those 4
are pretty different though.
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