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NoOp glgxg at sbcglobal.net
Thu Apr 9 17:11:28 UTC 2009


On 04/09/2009 01:13 AM, Robert Holtzman wrote:
> On Wed, 8 Apr 2009, NoOp wrote:
> 
>> On 04/08/2009 07:24 PM, Brian McKee wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> As long as I'm on a roll - from a recent thread on this very list I'd
>>> not been follwing...
>>>
>>>> FYI, I ran bdscan on a 73Gb $HOME/mail file and after a few minutes the
>>>> box crashed with a cpu overtemp warning. The cpu is an AMD Athlon 5200.
>>>> It looks like I will have to break the scan into segments.
>>
>> Oh come now Brian, use your head... the guy tryed scanning a *73Gb* mail
>> file and the scanner crashed. Perhaps the same would have happened with
>> ClamAV, or trying to open in gedit, or opening in Evolution, or opening
>> in Thunderbird, or...
> 
> I'm the guy. Surprisingly, ClamAV didn't crash or cause an over temp 
> condition when scanning this same directory recursively. Actually, 
> bdscan didn't crash. The over temp condition crashed the system.
> 

That's interesting... thanks for the info. I asked support at
BitDefender how best to report the problem & was advised that you can
send a report directly to: support at bitdefender.com if you'd like. Please
be sure to give the usual info (system information, BD version,
situation etc).







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