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ltd 2009-08-01 13:46

PSP goes prpnet
 
The server are online now for everybody.

If you do not have a prpnet client you can download it here:

[URL]http://www.primegrid.com/forum_thread.php?id=1215#13329[/URL]

If you already have one the following things have to be set in the client.ini

email=your@email.here

// userid= is a REQUIRED field that will be used by the server
// to report on stats, etc. without having to reveal the user's
// e-mail address.
userid=PSPusername

// This value differtiates clients using the same e-mail ID
clientid=client_ID

server=pspfp:100:1:[url]www.psp-project.de:8100[/url]
server=pspdc:0:1:[url]www.psp-project.de:8101[/url]


As the client is faster then the old llrnet client I would suggest that everybody slowly moves over to the new prpnet setup.

The llrnet server will continue to run for as long as needed but I hope that everybody can make the switchover and we will be able to turn it off in the next three or four months.

ltd 2009-08-01 15:13

I forgot I very important thing in my first post.

Many thanks to John and Lennart from Primegrid who helped me alot to make this possible. :bow wave::bounce wave::groupwave:

srakoczy 2009-08-03 03:01

[quote]// This value differtiates clients using the same e-mail ID
clientid=client_ID[/quote]
Could you explain what clientid is, and how it is supposed to be used?

Am I supposed to change this ID for every process I am running across all systems that I run this on?

Lennart 2009-08-03 17:41

[quote=srakoczy;183788]Could you explain what clientid is, and how it is supposed to be used?

Am I supposed to change this ID for every process I am running across all systems that I run this on?[/quote]

This is only for you to see what client did the work.

If you have more then one computer you could use PC1 PC2 .....
Or PC1_1 PC1_2 on a duo.

Lennart

opyrt 2009-08-03 19:37

Does it do anything smart when left empty? Like using the hostname? :smile:

Lennart 2009-08-03 19:53

[quote=opyrt;183883]Does it do anything smart when left empty? Like using the hostname? :smile:[/quote]

No :smile:

opyrt 2009-08-03 22:10

OK, thanks.:smile:

marvik 2009-08-19 13:47

Is it possible to run prpclient without having an X-server available? I normally run these type of clients (ie llrnet) on headless computers.

mdettweiler 2009-08-30 02:13

[quote=marvik;186527]Is it possible to run prpclient without having an X-server available? I normally run these type of clients (ie llrnet) on headless computers.[/quote]
Although this answer is a little belated (somehow your post seems to have "slipped through the cracks"), yes, it shouldn't be a problem. PRPnet is entirely console-based both on Linux and Windows.

ltd 2009-09-01 17:02

At the moment the llrnet queue is empty. So here is my question is everybody able to switch over to the PRPnet client or are there reasons to refill the old llrnet queue again?

opyrt 2009-09-01 17:39

[quote=ltd;188305]At the moment the llrnet queue is empty. So here is my question is everybody able to switch over to the PRPnet client or are there reasons to refill the old llrnet queue again?[/quote]

Looks like there is still over 30 results coming in every day... And I know I have a couple of computers still running llrnet... :-/

Any chance you can keep it running for another couple of weeks?


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