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Old 2009-11-20, 17:28   #12
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Might want to think about loading up gb7000. Brucifer is back with a vengeance. He's done 35K tests since the last copy off not quite half a day ago. 2200-2400 might keep him happy.
Oh, wow! That's some serious work being done on there. Okay, I'll load up k=2200-2400 in a few minutes.

Thanks Bruce for the much-needed boost!
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Old 2009-11-20, 19:21   #13
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Twas time for a change again! LOL Hopefully the ISP issues are resolved and things are going to run okay. But the only way to tell is to just go for it. I've got some systems loading in 50 tests at a time per core. What is the time out on 7000??
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Old 2009-11-20, 21:53   #14
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Thanks for the big boost Bruce. I'm not sure what you mean by "time out on 7000". Perhaps Max can answer.
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Old 2009-11-21, 04:02   #15
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Thanks for the big boost Bruce. I'm not sure what you mean by "time out on 7000". Perhaps Max can answer.
Ah, I think he's referring to the jobMaxTime. That's currently set to 1 day.
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Old 2009-11-21, 06:24   #16
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According to the status report there's only like 62,xxx left in it, and I've gone through 8x,xxx today so far. I hope you are loading more into it. :-)
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According to the status report there's only like 62,xxx left in it, and I've gone through 8x,xxx today so far. I hope you are loading more into it. :-)
Whoops, looks like the addition of more candidates somehow didn't go through. I'm not entirely sure why that happened, though I can think of a few reasons why. I'll try it again.
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Whoops, looks like the addition of more candidates somehow didn't go through. I'm not entirely sure why that happened, though I can think of a few reasons why. I'll try it again.
Much better, all set now. It seems Ubuntu 8.04 behaves a bit differently than 7.04 when you close a tab on a gnome-terminal window: it simply lets the contents within keep running, rather than immediately stopping them like 7.04 did. This means that the only way I can close the infinite loop which I use to automatically restart the LLRnet servers (which I need to do in order to add new candidates) is by closing out all the servers, killing the VNC session (i.e. "logging off"), then starting it again, and then finally restarting the servers.

Hey, at least I only have to add candidates to an LLRnet server once in a while. Nonetheless, this makes me very glad we're transitioning to PRPnet in the near future!
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Hey, at least I only have to add candidates to an LLRnet server once in a while. Nonetheless, this makes me very glad we're transitioning to PRPnet in the near future!
Tell me more.................... where, what, when, yada yada yada
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Old 2009-11-21, 21:40   #20
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Tell me more.................... where, what, when, yada yada yada
More news on that will be forthcoming soon. It looks like we've finally got a version of PRPnet that is completely stable all around, so we'll begin our general transition in the very near future.
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Old 2009-11-27, 03:35   #21
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gonna need some more pairs loaded in or it won't make it through the weekend.
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Old 2009-11-27, 04:48   #22
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gonna need some more pairs loaded in or it won't make it through the weekend.
Okay, I'll load up k=2400-2600 tonight.
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