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kracker 2014-04-30 20:53

Yes, PRPNet please... :smile: I have to restart 2-3 "terminals" a day on LLRNet.

gd_barnes 2014-05-02 03:42

My inclination at this point is to change one of the LLRnet servers to PRPnet so that we have 3 PRPnet servers and 1 LLRnet server. I'll see what current PRPnet servers I have available. I don't want to create a new one.

Ian, I'm thinking that we can stop the 8k mini-drive on LLRnet port 7000 at n=1.575M and start processing it on a PRPnet server. After that is done to n=2M (which will be a while), then we could change the 17k maxi-drive on LLRnet port 3500 over to the same PRPnet server. Are you OK with this? That would ultimately phase out LLRnet.

MyDogBuster 2014-05-04 05:17

[QUOTE]Ian, I'm thinking that we can stop the 8k mini-drive on LLRnet port 7000 at n=1.575M and start processing it on a PRPnet server. After that is done to n=2M (which will be a while), then we could change the 17k maxi-drive on LLRnet port 3500 over to the same PRPnet server. Are you OK with this? That would ultimately phase out LLRnet.[/QUOTE]

Okay by me. You can use my private PRPNET - port 1468. Max may have to jiggle some things to show that on the PRPNET status page.

gd_barnes 2014-05-05 22:54

[QUOTE=MyDogBuster;372596]Okay by me. You can use my private PRPNET - port 1468. Max may have to jiggle some things to show that on the PRPNET status page.[/QUOTE]

OK, I have port 1468 cleaned out and ready to go. Candidates are prepared but have not yet been loaded. I've contacted Dave about behind-the-scenes stats stuff and Max about updating the status page. I've already heard back from Dave. It may be a while before I hear from Max but we can go without the status page update for a short period of time. I'll wait 3-4 days after Dave says he is ready before loading anything and making the official announcement.

Ian, in the mean time, would you mind making port 7000 more of a priority for your LLRnet clients? I will delete all pairs n>1575000 in a little while. I'm just trying to get it mostly cleaned out so there's not much of a gap. Thanks.


Gary

AMDave 2014-05-07 09:50

I just checked Max's program prpnet-status-pagegen and the port is all accounted for.
Max already has that port coded for.
Should also be good to go.
Fire at will. .... awww poor Will :P


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