> Craig (De Man!) wrote:
> > I'm told by Dantz that Retrospect itself knows of no second 
> processor, and
> > is not written in such a way to take advantage of a second 
> processor.
> I am currently on a press tour in Europe and happen to be 
> sitting across from the
> Dantz CTO, Richard Zulch.
> Retrospect is carefully architected to be multi-threaded. 
> Since Windows NT
> supports multiple processors symmetrically, threads will be 
> allocated between the
> number of processors available.
> A two processor system will be faster than a single processor 
> system. A four
> processor system will not give you the same increase in 
> performance over a two
> processor system.

Does this mean that my multi-processor Mac clone (Daystar Genesis MP
2x200MHz) actually makes both processors available to Retrospect???

> Craig
> _____________________________
> Craig Isaacs
> Dantz Development Corporation
> www.betterbackup.com

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