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Old 2005-03-12, 23:12   #3
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Mar 2005

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Yes, without exiting gimps.

I've a bounch of prime-instances on a NFS-volume shared to the crunching machines. Each prime-instance has it's own directory (prime01, prime02 and so on). The number of machine's changes quiet often, when it increases I can make new directories with a shell-script...
When I decide to let one machine do some prime-stuff it mounts the NFS-share and searches for an inactive prime-instance and starts in it's directory.

What I need is a nice way to clear a instance... OK, I can just delete the directory and 60days later the primenet server unreserves the exponent but that's isn't nice in my eyes.
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