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Old 2010-02-20, 01:04   #8
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1. Please post remaining problems and how they will be resolved.
The major problem (oh, wait, the only problem) now is to cancel jobs with LLRnet. to comment out the LLRMain()-call in llrnet.lua is the way i used and my Quad is working fine with this for serveral days now. to cancel jobs with LLRnet i only have to comment out the real primetest-call but this don't work by now. i'm just understanding more in lua and the way the job-queue is handled. i think, i can fix this problem this weekend!

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2. When should I get involved in a Windows test?
as above, i think this weekend we could test a little bit more.

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3. Can you make all Linux changes except for the script?
yes. as i mentioned the lua-files for WIN and LINUX are the same so if i got the WIN-version running, this should be no problem for the LINUX-side. but this has to be tested on LINUX also.

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4. If no to #3, please post the files/programs changed in Windows.
i will upload the new version of the script and all files needed when the above issue is solved.

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5. If no to #3, please post the files/programs that are stable right now so that we can begin making changes on the Linux side.
for a point of start for Max/you i can upload also the version i'm running the last days.

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On #2, I'm holding off a little until the files/programs stablize. Once that happens, I can get my new I7 connected and add that to my 2 slow laptop cores for a better test than what I could do before.
sure, a maxload-test should be done, also. i will add my Quad for this test, then.

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#'s 4 & 5 will allow Max or me to start making changes to the Linux client so that we can speed things up a little.

Please don't add any more new features at this point. We want to get this rolled out fairly soon.
me, too. there're no more features to add, i think. to support some other non-normal uses of that script can be added later.
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