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mdettweiler 2008-06-26 15:19

Just a quick question: do we plan to keep the C400 server active during non-rally times? If so, I'll fill it up with another chunk of work before I leave on vacation.

em99010pepe 2008-06-26 15:20

C400 has no activity for the past 3 days. It's down.

mdettweiler 2008-06-26 15:21

[quote=em99010pepe;136659]C400 has no activity for the past 3 days. It's down.[/quote]
Okay, then, I won't refill it.

gd_barnes 2008-06-26 18:11

Anon,

Don't refill any of the servers shown in this thread except perhaps for port 5000. All of them except that port have well more then enough work for several weeks at current processing rates.

If you send data to Ironbits for port 5000 on drive 3, just make it up to n=540K. But even that one likely has enough data for over a week yet unless one of the heavy-hitters moves a bunch of cores to it.

On the off-hand chance that one of them runs low, I can easily send data on it. I'll be in town for the next 3 weeks now.


Gary

gd_barnes 2008-06-26 18:16

To all who have servers set up for us here: Don't worry if your server has no activity for several days or weeks. Please leave them intact and we will get to them after lower gaps are filled or the next rally comes around. While I was on a business trip, I was the only one running port 400 for the last 2-3 days and I've now moved those cores to port 300. So as of early this morning, no one was running port 400.

Since we will need these servers for rallies, many times the only activity they will get is during the rallies (~once/month) until their range contains the lowest unfilled gap.


Thanks,
Gary

gd_barnes 2008-06-26 18:20

[quote=Anonymous;136653]Actually, shouldn't we make port 8500 the priority, too? (Maybe a joint priority?) It has the lowest range, and since Brucifer's farm is all turned off, there's nobody working on it right now except one core from me (and no way am I going to be able to finish the ~2.5K left in there by my self!)[/quote]

Oh! I had no idea because it's not listed here. I saw it in the ranges reserved but I thought Bruce was going to finish that himself since he said that his farm was back on after his wife decided to continue working.

Yes, it should be top priority! Can you add the technical info. for it here? I'll then switch over my 5 port 300 cores to it sometime this afternoon.


Gary

mdettweiler 2008-06-26 19:36

[quote=gd_barnes;136687]Anon,

Don't refill any of the servers shown in this thread except perhaps for port 5000. All of them except that port have well more then enough work for several weeks at current processing rates.

If you send data to Ironbits for port 5000 on drive 3, just make it up to n=540K. But even that one likely has enough data for over a week yet unless one of the heavy-hitters moves a bunch of cores to it.

On the off-hand chance that one of them runs low, I can easily send data on it. I'll be in town for the next 3 weeks now.


Gary[/quote]
Oops, sorry--I already refilled both port 400 and port 5000. Oh well, port 400 was the one that was closest to needing refilling anyway. :smile:

mdettweiler 2008-06-26 19:37

[quote=gd_barnes;136692]Oh! I had no idea because it's not listed here. I saw it in the ranges reserved but I thought Bruce was going to finish that himself since he said that his farm was back on after his wife decided to continue working.

Yes, it should be top priority! Can you add the technical info. for it here? I'll then switch over my 5 port 300 cores to it sometime this afternoon.


Gary[/quote]
Okay, I'll do that. :smile:

gd_barnes 2008-06-26 20:52

[quote=Anonymous;136699]Oops, sorry--I already refilled both port 400 and port 5000. Oh well, port 400 was the one that was closest to needing refilling anyway. :smile:[/quote]

No one is working on port 400. I was the only one for 2 days and then switched to port 300, which, had I been in town, would have been 2 days earlier. :smile:

Oh well, we'll get to it eventually.

gd_barnes 2008-06-26 21:01

[quote=Anonymous;136700]Okay, I'll do that. :smile:[/quote]

The link for port 8500 goes to the same place as ports 400 and 5000. I tried typing in [url]http://llrnet.no-ip.info.index/html[/url] in the web address that you have shown but it can't find the page. Any idea what is up there?


Gary

mdettweiler 2008-06-26 21:04

[quote=gd_barnes;136705]The link for port 8500 goes to the same place as ports 400 and 5000. I tried typing in [URL]http://llrnet.no-ip.info.index/html[/URL] in the web address that you have shown but it can't find the page. Any idea what is up there?


Gary[/quote]
Whoops, I messed up with the link. Now it should work. :smlie:


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