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This paper deals with some aspects of performance of the symmetric successive over-relaxation preconditioner in a distributed environment. The details of distributed formulation of the preconditioner are presented. Some performance metrics are compared and discussed for the message passing interface implementation of the algorithm. The properties of the solver are estimated for concurrent three-dimensional formulation of the finite-element time-domain method. The analyzed benchmark models are approximated by tetrahedral first order Whitney elements.