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Old 2009-12-08, 01:42   #42
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PRPnet is not ready for a full rollout at NPLB yet. Therefore we'll have only the 5th, 6th, 10th, and doublecheck drives on it for the foreseeable future. The 12th drive is currently on PRPnet. When the current k=2400-2600 range is near drying out, we'll be creating an LLRnet server for subsequent ranges. The small tests results in large loads are creating too many problems for PRPnet.

As a SWAG, my feeling is that PRPnet should be able to handle 100-120 cores on tests for n>700K. It may be more but to be safe, that would be best.

I've made the applicable modifications to the 1st post here to account for the current situation.

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