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IronBits 2008-03-19 03:54

New LLRnet servers discussion
 
Admin edit: This response was in reference to a discussion about setting up new LLRnet servers for CRUS in the NPLB forum.

crus.ironbits.net what port you wanna use? ;)
I'll keep the port forwarding to myself to avoid the confusion in the future.

mdettweiler 2008-03-19 06:33

[quote=IronBits;129141]crus.ironbits.net what port you wanna use? ;)
I'll keep the port forwarding to myself to avoid the confusion in the future.[/quote]
Well...how about port 6 if we do Sierp. base 6, or port 16 if we do Sierp. or Riesel base 16? :grin:

IronBits 2008-03-19 23:36

Well, I created a crus.ironbits.net so what port you want on it and where is my knpairs.txt to load it up?
I can also add a
sierp6.ironbits.net and
sierp16.ironbits.net and
rb16.ironbits.net if you like ;p

Now, what ports did you really want to use, and where's my knpairs.txt to load up the Server(s) :p :)

mdettweiler 2008-03-20 00:48

[quote=IronBits;129218]Well, I created a crus.ironbits.net so what port you want on it and where is my knpairs.txt to load it up?
I can also add a
sierp6.ironbits.net and
sierp16.ironbits.net and
rb16.ironbits.net if you like ;p

Now, what ports did you really want to use, and where's my knpairs.txt to load up the Server(s) :p :)[/quote]
Well...I think crus.ironbits.net is best, in case we decide to have more than one server (i.e. for more than one base) running on the server at a time. As for the port--oh, whoops, I forgot how you wanted to have something >1024 so that you don't have to run the server as root. :smile: Before we can decide what port to use, though, we need to decide which numbers to put on the server. Gary, which one do you think we should do: Sierp. base 6, Sierp. base 16, or Riesel base 16? I was more leaning towards Sierp. base 6, since that drive has gotten the least attention so far, and it would be interesting to do LLRnet on a base that's not a power of 2 for a change. :smile:

Once we've picked out what numbers to put on the server, we can put together a knpairs.txt file for IronBits, and pick out a port for it (probably a port number that is in some way related to the base would be kind of cool). :smile:

IronBits 2008-03-20 02:47

It doesn't matter to me what port number you want to use,
I'll remap it to another port via my Smoothwall firewall anyways.
Looks like 6 and 16 are free, so you can have your cake and eat it 2. erm 6 :-)
[URL]http://www.networksorcery.com/enp/protocol/ip/ports00000.htm[/URL]

Give me knpairs for both, and I'll bring them both up.

mdettweiler 2008-03-20 02:57

[quote=IronBits;129237]It doesn't matter to me what port number you want to use,
I'll remap it to another port via my Smoothwall firewall anyways.
Looks like 6 and 16 are free, so you can have your cake and eat it 2. erm 6 :-)
[URL]http://www.networksorcery.com/enp/protocol/ip/ports00000.htm[/URL]

Give me knpairs for both, and I'll bring them both up.[/quote]
Okay, cool. :smile:

As for getting knpairs for both, though: I think we should stick to one CRUS server for now, or else we risk spreading that project's few resources too thin. I'm pretty sure Gary will be OK with Sierp. base 6, though, so I'll go put together a small knpairs.txt from it. :smile: That way, if we decide not to do Sierp. base 6 after all, it won't be too hard to dry that server out. :smile:

mdettweiler 2008-03-20 03:02

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Okay IronBits, here's a small knpairs.txt for Sierp. base 6, to put on a new port 6 server. :smile:

IronBits 2008-03-20 03:28

ding ding ding ding... Come and get some! :)

mdettweiler 2008-03-20 03:33

[quote=IronBits;129242]ding ding ding ding... Come and get some! :)[/quote]
Okay...will do shortly. :smile:

Please note all: you'll need to use the SR5 version of LLRnet for this since it's a non-power-of-2 base. You can get it either in the Sierpinski/Riesel Base 5 forum, or in the Conjectures 'R Us "Automated primality testing with LLRnet" thread. :smile:

Now if only I could get my hands on a version of the SR5 Linux LLRnet that doesn't core dump every time I try to start it on my Ubuntu system (this is a known bug). In the meantime, though, I'll use my manual LLRnet method to talk to the new server. :smile:

IronBits 2008-03-20 03:38

Linkages would be nice, so folks like me wouldn't have to go a hunting in dangerous places,
and be assured of getting and selecting the correct application for Windows. ;)
Does it use the same llr-clientconfig.txt setup file?

mdettweiler 2008-03-20 03:40

Well, I've grabbed 60 tests from the new server and am now crunching them with manual LLR. I originally grabbed 100, but my stock LLRnet client is so quick at recognizing that it can't do base 6 tests and thus marking them as an error, it had plowed through 40 of them in the split second before I could hit Ctrl-C and stop it. :shock: Once I had shut down the client, though, I was able to move workfile.txt to my manual LLR folder and get started on the remaining 60 tests I had in my queue. :smile:

(In case anyone was wondering, yes, those 40 bad test will be automatically reassigned by the server. :smile:)


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