Date: Mon, 11 Jan 2016 06:48:19 +0100 From: Patrick Proniewski <patpro@...pro.net> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: meaning of p/s, c/s and C/s On 11 janv. 2016, at 00:12, Marek Wrzosek wrote: >> but eventually, it would not end: >> >> 1 0g 0:00:39:30 N/A 0g/s 937.9p/s 3839Kc/s 29456KC/s 0Euj..3Guj >> 2 0g 0:00:39:30 N/A 0g/s 929.0p/s 3803Kc/s 29177KC/s maUy..pcUy >> 3 0g 0:00:39:30 N/A 0g/s 932.2p/s 3816Kc/s 29278KC/s a8qO..darO >> 4 0g 0:00:39:30 N/A 0g/s 937.8p/s 3839Kc/s 29455KC/s WCZ3..ZEZ3 > I think, the percentage and ETA values are just estimated. However if > percentage is close to 100% or ETA expires, then jtr could show N/A. > Similarly when it is close to 0% and ETA is far in the future, jtr will > show N/A, too. Cracking process should end eventually. How long did you > wait? I've waited 51 minutes, then ended the process. After a quick calculation, I realized it should have taken about 1h and few minutes to complete the 4 character space at 4*940 p/s, but it's no big deal. I'm just very surprised the ETA can be so wrong on a short session. May be it's too short to get the opportunity to adjust, as I've seen in previous multi-day sessions. regards, pat
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