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Old 2014-04-12, 13:45   #12
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Code:
wget --user username --password password http://the.url
Or you could use
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curl --user username http://the.url > the.output
and type the password at the command line, if that makes you happier about not storing passwords in .history

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Old 2014-04-12, 14:00   #13
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Thomas,

Thank you. I am now going to make a test on the server. Should I add "&" after the code to detach terminal? Will I download all files inside the folder?

Edit: It works!!! It is even using all bandwidth speed of 10MB/s. Thank you.

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Old 2014-04-16, 20:24   #14
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Sorry but I have another question.
I am running a NFS@Home post-processing through terminal and I used:

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./msieve -i L1247.ini -s L1247.dat.gz -nf L1247.fb -v -nc "target_density=90" -t 8 &
I can see from the msieve log file that the Linear Algebra phase will take 250 hours to complete. How do I undo the terminal detach? I want to check the progress of msieve through terminal. Is it possible?

Carlos

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Old 2014-04-16, 21:28   #15
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Quote:
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I want to check the progress of msieve through terminal. Is it possible?
$ jobs
$ fg [job]

BTW, you might want to look into screen.

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Old 2014-04-17, 09:01   #16
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Code:
% head -c 8 msieve.dat.chk | od -td4
gives you the matrix size and the number of dimensions handled so far; if you look at both msieve.dat.chk and msieve.dat.bak.chk you can get the dimensions-per-hour figure, and hence the ETA.
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Old 2014-04-17, 10:05   #17
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Quote:
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Code:
% head -c 8 msieve.dat.chk | od -td4
gives you the matrix size and the number of dimensions handled so far; if you look at both msieve.dat.chk and msieve.dat.bak.chk you can get the dimensions-per-hour figure, and hence the ETA.
Why in octal?
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Old 2014-04-17, 13:09   #18
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Thank you. It works without the % first command.
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Old 2014-04-17, 13:33   #19
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Why in octal?
It's not in octal; the -td4 argument makes it dump out 32-bit numbers in decimal
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Quote:
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It's not in octal; the -td4 argument makes it dump out 32-bit numbers in decimal
I was confused by the "od" "octal dump" command that I never encountered before...

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