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Old 2008-11-17, 18:09   #331
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Nope. C443 is hosted by me and I have not the skills to do a status page like IB does.
No problem. At least you have the skills to host one.

I'm putting some cores on C443, so I'll check my result files for the inevitable primes.
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Old 2008-11-17, 18:10   #332
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Nope. C443 is hosted by me and I have not the skills to do a status page like IB does.

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When I get my status page scripts that I currently use at http://nplb-gb1.no-ip.org/llrnet/ all finished, I can send them to you if you'd like. They're written in Perl, and designed specifically for Linux, though they could probably run on Windows with a few modifications.
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Old 2008-11-17, 18:12   #333
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No problem. At least you have the skills to host one.

I'm putting some cores on C443, so I'll check my result files for the inevitable primes.
I'll let you know by PM if you get a prime. Don't worry.


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When I get my status page scripts that I currently use at http://nplb-gb1.no-ip.org/llrnet/ all finished, I can send them to you if you'd like. They're written in Perl, and designed specifically for Linux, though they could probably run on Windows with a few modifications.
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Old 2008-11-17, 18:20   #335
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I'm going to clean the dust of the server. Downtime ~10 mins.

Carlos

Edit: Up and running.

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Old 2008-11-17, 18:37   #336
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I'm going to clean the dust of the server. Downtime ~10 mins.

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Edit: Up and running.
Our kids' PC was so dusty last week I nearly fetched the leaf blower!
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Old 2008-11-18, 19:39   #337
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Hi all,

I am pleased to announce that I have now completed my LLRnet status page and results processing scripts for http://nplb-gb1.no-ip.org/llrnet/ to a point where they do everything that David's setup does. Feel free to check it out and see if I missed anything.

(Oh, wait--I just remembered, there is *one* thing that I missed. Namely--the log for the daily results processing. Currently that link produces a "404 - Not Found" error. I have yet to add some code to the script that does the daily copy-offs to produce a meaningful/useful log. Would anyone miss it terribly if I didn't post a log to the web site each day? )

Anyway, the latest version of the script adds a list of how many k/n pairs have been processed today by each user who's submitted results, and keeps track of new primes in a similar way to David's servers. I've tested these features the best I can on my own, but I'll need some results from other users before I can be truly sure that it works properly in all scenarios. This is especially so for the feature that keeps track of primes found--that was the most buggy feature yet that I've had to implement, and though I've tested it by "staging" some small primes that I grabbed from www.rieselprime.org, ideally it should be tested with "real", unstaged prime finds from the server's normal NPLB workload.

(Note: For the time being, some of my "staged" primes will still show up on the status page and in the list of all primes found so far on port 4000. They will disappear from the status page after the next daily copy-off, and will be removed manually from the results, CSV, and all-primes files shortly after that. )

Long story short: If you guys wouldn't mind throwing a core or two on G4000 for a while so I can verify that everything works right, it would be greatly appreciated. Specifically, I would like to see somebody find a prime on this server so I can be sure that the prime-tracking system works correctly. G4000 is loaded with upwards of 50,000 k/n pairs from the n=570K-575K range--in fact more than IB400 currently has in it--so it should have plenty of work to support a bunch of users.

Max

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If you guys wouldn't mind throwing a core or two on G4000 for a while so I can verify that everything works right, it would be greatly appreciated. Specifically, I would like to see somebody find a prime on this server so I can be sure that the prime-tracking system works correctly.
I have 2 cores I can switch shortly. Should give a good test; 200 tests for each core/day

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Old 2008-11-18, 21:09   #339
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Max Works just fine from this end. I just popped up on the Results processed today by: . The transition from 1 pair to the next is quite fast. I'm not logged on more than a second. Everything else is visable except what you what mentioned. Great job.
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Max Works just fine from this end. I just popped up on the Results processed today by: . The transition from 1 pair to the next is quite fast. I'm not logged on more than a second. Everything else is visable except what you what mentioned. Great job.
Set the cache to 3 and that problem will vanish even when connecting to a server outside the US.
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Long story short: If you guys wouldn't mind throwing a core or two on G4000 for a while so I can verify that everything works right, it would be greatly appreciated. Specifically, I would like to see somebody find a prime on this server so I can be sure that the prime-tracking system works correctly. G4000 is loaded with upwards of 50,000 k/n pairs from the n=570K-575K range--in fact more than IB400 currently has in it--so it should have plenty of work to support a bunch of users.

Max
How many ?

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