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mirc being reallllly sloooooooooow

Posted By: jaehyunb

mirc being reallllly sloooooooooow - 24/08/04 12:17 AM

i have big $ulist
//say $ulist(*,*,0) = over 5000

why is mirc so slow when i have big $ulist especially /list command

if you don't believe me add 5000 users in $ulist and type /list

what does $ulist have to do with /list

please help me
Posted By: Ddan

Re: mirc being reallllly sloooooooooow - 24/08/04 12:19 AM

Well how many channels are being listed? If you're talking thousands then of course its going to take a while!

Your post is also in the wrong forum really, this forum is for script and popup related questions and problems wink
Posted By: Mentality

Re: mirc being reallllly sloooooooooow - 24/08/04 12:24 AM

A few things:

1) Please do not cross post. It causes confusion amongst people if several people are helping on the boards at the same time. It's also likely to get you flame replies and it's unnecessary.

2) I've moved this thread to the 'mIRC Help' forum where you originally posted, I was a bit hasty with the ole' delete button.

3) milosh suggested in one of your other threads that it may occur if you're using a dial-up connection.

Regards,
Posted By: jaehyunb

Re: mirc being reallllly sloooooooooow - 24/08/04 12:26 AM

/list is fast when $ulist is empty
Posted By: milosh

Re: mirc being reallllly sloooooooooow - 24/08/04 12:27 AM

Mentality, man, I spent 5 minutes trying to find out what heppend to my post... mad really angry grin

Edit: If you ARE using dial-up then it's up to your connection not mIRC...
Edit to Mentality: One of my angry faces has been changed...
Posted By: Mentality

Re: mirc being reallllly sloooooooooow - 24/08/04 12:30 AM

I don't quite see why you're angry? Seems a bit unnecessary to me, especially over 5 minutes...

Anyway, it bears no relevance to this thread - if you have a problem with a post's deletion, please private message the moderator that deleted the post.

Regards,
Posted By: JoeDaddy

Re: mirc being reallllly sloooooooooow - 24/08/04 12:35 AM

You can also check to see if safelist is in the 005 on the
server you're connected to. safelist means /list is sent
in multiple iterations so as not to flood and kill the clients
connection. If this is not there it could explain your problem
if it is a big list, especially on dialup.
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