Okay, having implemented your code I've got a saving of three seconds with 2755 hashes processed.
My code took 2 mins 33 secs to process, whereas yours took 2 minutes 30 - that's 18.3 hash conversions per second! This is a small sample file so I'm sure that in the real world application of this the savings will be very significant.
I'm new to C# multithreading and I read that to resolve deadlock it is best to use monitor with timeout.With this in mind I used the following code to see what happens to the deadlocking generated.
The result is the following exception
Unhandled Exception: System.Threading.SynchronizationLockException: Object synchronization method was called from an unsynchronized block of code.
Why this? What's wrong with my code or my approach?
which implies that Monitor.Exit can be called on a thread , for a resource only if that thread has already acquired lock for that resource.
you are calling Monitor.Exit (one out of try statements) on threads without assuring that a thread has already successfully acquired monitor on a specified resource. (i.e Monitor.TryEnter may not have been successfull). please Check the returned value from Monitor.TryEnter for both 'First' and 'Second' rountines.
Cheers to you. I'm now on the right track. Basically I load in the kernall32.dll and I can call the DeviceIoControl() method from there. P/Invoke is a way to make interop possible by loading .dlls from the past. Very nice. Thanks very much Ed.Poore
Why would you want to do that? Wouldn't it be better to set-up a streaming server or something like that, take a look at Windows Media Encoder[^]. Just set-up your server and connect to it from the client program.
I'm writing a program that needs to take a list of hostnames/usernames/passwords and change each machine's registry settings over the network. I've tried using OpenRemoteBaseKey, but that only allows for a hostname input. I have limited network programming experience and was wondering if there was an easy way I could connect to each of my nodes over the network to change the registries. I can elaborate if needed. Thanks in advance!
Sorry if it sounds like a stupid question. I did a bunch of searching before I asked here, but I'm kind of lost as to what's a good way to do this. Most links just explained how to access remote registries that you already have permission to access. If you could just point me in the right direction, I'd really appreciate it.
What about the RegistryKey.OpenRemoteBaseKey[^] method? Doesn't that do what you want, obviously you'll need to be logged in so presumably if you're a domain administrator then you can just run the code. If you have individual usernames/passwords for each computer then my guess is that you'll have to access the machine through explorer first to "log" onto it. Once that is done then you should be able to update it.
I have no idea what I just said. But my intentions were sincere.
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