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Old 2008-06-06, 12:29   #12
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Old 2008-06-06, 19:01   #13
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When port 300 has hit n=455K, if people can move some of their machines over to port 400, that would help fill in the gap.


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Old 2008-06-06, 19:06   #14
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I see that I am no longer processing port 300 while I am out of town. Either there was a power outage at my place, an internet interruption, or port 300 went down. Argh! That's 5 cores that will sit idle for 5 more days.

I wonder what happened? That's the first time that's happened.

Anon, after I get back, I'll make it a priority for getting remote desktop for Linux set up. Can I access Linux machines from a Windows machine?


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Old 2008-06-06, 19:22   #15
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I see that I am no longer processing port 300 while I am out of town. Either there was a power outage at my place, an internet interruption, or port 300 went down. Argh! That's 5 cores that will sit idle for 5 more days.

I wonder what happened? That's the first time that's happened.

Anon, after I get back, I'll make it a priority for getting remote desktop for Linux set up. Can I access Linux machines from a Windows machine?


Gary
Port 300 definitely did not go down, so the problem must be on your end. I noticed that no results have been returned to your IB8000 personal server for the past few days, either.

As for the remote desktop thing, yes, you can control a Linux machine from a Windows one. The Linux remote desktop software, also known as VNC, has both viewers and servers available for Linux, Windows, and Mac machines.
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Old 2008-06-06, 19:33   #16
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Can you check if you received rejected pairs from me? I sent them using a different machine.
Here's the list:

Code:
6000000000000:M:1:2:258 367 510085 -2 E4870E9E52DF4AC3
6000000000000:M:1:2:258 315 510091 -2 25F14A05D6E390F3
6000000000000:M:1:2:258 335 510094 -2 D9DA0E2C8207423A
6000000000000:M:1:2:258 399 510097 -2 98D399DED9362408
6000000000000:M:1:2:258 319 510101 -2 FCED063310920084
6000000000000:M:1:2:258 323 510104 -2 12E35B24AAF0FCDC
6000000000000:M:1:2:258 327 510106 -2 0C00AB3953DF34AE
6000000000000:M:1:2:258 347 510114 -2 B9635231C3761887
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6000000000000:M:1:2:258 325 510125 -2 60738EE064F96DE0
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6000000000000:M:1:2:258 353 510132 -2 0C7334D6C5A8E54F
6000000000000:M:1:2:258 317 510136 -2 44B363AF4201C44B
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6000000000000:M:1:2:258 325 510145 -2 15B03B88309CA8EF
6000000000000:M:1:2:258 315 510148 -2 E4E2292E9C067905
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6000000000000:M:1:2:258 359 510168 -2 5E3AD0E7897D90E0
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6000000000000:M:1:2:258 375 510218 -2 F22E71C2868411B1
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Old 2008-06-06, 23:05   #17
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ssh works well to.
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Old 2008-06-07, 04:12   #18
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ssh works well to.
Yes, but I'm thinking that given Gary's level of computer-geekiness, he'd be much more comfortable with a GUI remote-control tool, not a command line one. (Yes, I know about X forwarding and all that--in fact I use it myself a lot--but it still requires a certain degree of comfortability with the command line.)

However, it would still be quite useful for Gary to use SSH to tunnel the VNC connections through--that way, he only has to forward the SSH port for one of his machines to the internet, not a separate VNC port for each machine. What I'm thinking would be best would be to use SSH on one of his machines as a jumping-off point for a tunneled VNC connection to all the other machines. (Don't worry, Gary, it may sound really technical the way I'm describing it here, but hopefully it won't be in my instructions that I'll be sending to you. ) An added benefit of this is that all the VNC connections are fully and securely encrypted through the SSH connection.

Gary, while you're out of town I'll try to get the instructions put together for you to set up an SSH server on each of your machines (it's quite simple, actually--assuming we don't have problems with port forwarding like you've had before, it should be even easier than running an LLRnet client! ), and to make one of them accessible from the Internet. From there, I can SSH into your machines and do all the VNC configuration for you. You can expect to see the instructions in your PM box shortly.

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Old 2008-06-07, 14:55   #19
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Is it possible to import again the IB5000 stats to http://nplb.rieselprime.org/? Thank you.

Edit: How often do the import take place?

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Is it possible to import again the IB5000 stats to http://nplb.rieselprime.org/? Thank you.

Edit: How often do the import take place?
Actually, that was done yesterday for both IB5000 and IB400 servers. Right now there's no official schedule for the stats import, but I'll try to send Adam the data every 3-5 days.

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Old 2008-06-07, 16:55   #21
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i'll compare the stats from AES with my spreadsheets:
for now i can say that the stats for server IB5000 not correct.
my stats say 209808 pairs so far. i think the old results from port 500 are missing.
i'll check more, the stats for the users too.
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i'll compare the stats from AES with my spreadsheets:
for now i can say that the stats for server IB5000 not correct.
my stats say 209808 pairs so far. i think the old results from port 500 are missing.
i'll check more, the stats for the users too.
The port 500/6000 stats are listed separately on Adam's page from the IB5000 stats. Maybe that's why they appear to be missing? (Or did you mean to say that there are old results from port 5000 that are missing?)

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