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Old 2008-03-15, 20:32   #12
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Maybe we can get someone to add a port 6000 to the NPLB Server thread, 1st message?
llrnet.ironbits.net
Port 6000
done!
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Old 2008-03-15, 20:33   #13
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The server never has to be dried, it can be given additional work at any time.
Let me tell you one thing. The work on that server is from 2nd Team Drive, that's the lower ranges we are crunching. What work will you add to it?
My server is with 1st Team Drive work and yours with work from 2nd and 3rd Team Drives. Don't forget that there's no more work available from 2nd Team Drive. So I suggest to dry out your server port 500/6000.

EDIT: Changed the port to 6000 on all my cores.

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Old 2008-03-15, 20:36   #14
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Alrighty then, bring on the them big bad heaters and dry it all up then :D
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Old 2008-03-15, 20:40   #15
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Alrighty then, bring on the them big bad heaters and dry it all up then :D
What's the pruning and jobMaxTime settings on your server port 6000?
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Old 2008-03-16, 00:15   #16
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jobMaxTime = 1 * 24 * 3600 -- 1 day
prunePeriod = 3600 -- hourly

This page gets updated hourly now.
http://llrnet.ironbits.net/index.shtml

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Old 2008-03-16, 02:21   #17
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jobMaxTime = 1 * 24 * 3600 -- 1 day
prunePeriod = 3600 -- hourly

This page gets updated hourly now.
http://llrnet.ironbits.net/index.shtml
Thank you, those are good settings.
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Old 2008-03-16, 04:20   #18
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I have taken care of everything on this end for now.
I am routing port 500 calls to port 6000
Karsten and Anonymous have already been notified via email of my changes.
The server never has to be dried, it can be given additional work at any time.
For those that are already using port 500, no changes have to be made.
For those that have not participated on port 500 yet, they should use 6000.
eventually it will get changed by everyone, so no worries.
Thanks for your support and understanding.

PS: I changed it from 4000 to 6000 because 4000 is the default port used by ICQ .
Okay, cool--got it.
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Old 2008-03-16, 07:00   #19
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I have 8 cores on it right now.
Use port 6000 for those that are just joining.

k/n pairs can be monitored here http://llrnet.ironbits.net/index.shtml which is updated hourly.

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Hi all,

We urgently need to complete 2nd Team Drive so I suggest to move at least two cores to server = "llrnet.ironbits.net" port = 6000

Who wants to join me?
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Old 2008-03-16, 18:43   #20
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Hi all,

We urgently need to complete 2nd Team Drive so I suggest to move at least two cores to server = "llrnet.ironbits.net" port = 500.
IronBits knows better than me how many k/n pairs are left on the server but I suppose less than 54 000. If we all help we can dry the server in less than 6 days.

Who wants to join me?

I advise Karsten, Beyond and Jasong to quickly finish their manual ranges. From my side I have 15 ranges left to test.

Carlos
I moved 3 cores to port 500 before I left on vacation. I can't guarantee that someone hasn't shut one down by now but they should be running on it. If you dry it before next Thursday, my machines will go idle. (That's OK by me.)

I'm not sure why talk of range n=378K-392K was brought up. That is a drive 1 range. I thought we were talking about drive 2 here.


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You are still coming in to get work. Hope you are enjoying yourself! :)
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I'm not sure why talk of range n=378K-392K was brought up. That is a drive 1 range. I thought we were talking about drive 2 here.
I think Beyond was just saying that he was currently working on the range, and thus his machines were busy and not able to be put on LLRnet port 500 (now port 6000) to dry it out.
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