[Trlog] Rescoring logs w/ over 10,000 Qs?

George Fremin III geoiii at kkn.net
Sat Jul 16 18:39:59 EDT 2005

On Sat, Jul 16, 2005 at 10:57:05PM +0300, Jari Perki?m?ki wrote:
> Hi, and thanks to the list for the TR RESCORE tip. I just re-scored the OH2HQ 
> log, merged originally from various logs in Cabrillo format.
> I looked into what the minimum TR Log format is that TR can still handle and 
> rescore correctly. Then I programmed a simple Cabrillo-to-TRLog converter that 
> made a barebones TRLog file of 6000 Qs, which I then had re-scored. Worked 
> perfectly. For 6000 QSOs, it took two hours at the rate of 3000 Qs per hour :)
> One question came to my mind, though. How about a bigger M/M operation where 
> the QSOs can amount over 10,000? Can I still have TR re-score that file, or is 
> there an upper limit for QSOs which cannot be exceeded?

There is not a limit on QSOS but there is a limit to how 
much memory you have - and we are only talking about the 
first 640k of memory.

I do have an older version of TR-Log that can use
protected memory and then you can rescore huge logs.

George Fremin III - K5TR
geoiii at kkn.net

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