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Old 2009-09-09, 01:58   #1222
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Just a heads up to everyone: Port G8000 is close to being dried. I'm guessing that it will dry out some time on Weds. We will not load anymore work into it for the time being. Eventually it will be loaded with a similar 6k-type effort for k=300-400 and n=1M-2M after sieving is done for that range.
Uh...not quite. G8000, per se, will be shut down after being dried. When we start up another similar effort, we'll put it on a different port number. This is due to the fact that once we move all of David's servers over to Gary's new server, port 8000 will already be occupied with the current IB8000.
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Old 2009-09-09, 05:20   #1223
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Uh...not quite. G8000, per se, will be shut down after being dried. When we start up another similar effort, we'll put it on a different port number. This is due to the fact that once we move all of David's servers over to Gary's new server, port 8000 will already be occupied with the current IB8000.
What he said. lol

Max had informed me of this previously but I had forgotten about it.
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Old 2009-09-09, 08:59   #1224
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All k/n pairs have now been handed out on port G8000. Straggling k/n pairs are still being processed. No new k/n pairs will be handed out. Port IB9000 is recommended for similar type work.
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Old 2009-09-11, 05:34   #1225
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Port G8000 is now completely dried out.
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Old 2009-09-11, 05:59   #1226
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Port G8000 is now completely dried out.
Nice! I'll get it packed up on the server end shortly.
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Old 2009-09-11, 06:11   #1227
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Okay, I've shut down and cleaned up G8000 on the server end. Past results will still of course remain in the http://nplb-gb1.no-ip.org/llrnet/results/ directory, though the server will no longer appear on the status page.

Gary, I kept those old rejected files you'd saved (as well as a rejected file from today which had one extra k/n pair from marco.bs which was a normal consequence of the end-of-workload process), in case you have any further use for them. They're in the file rejected-8000.tar.bz2 on crunchford's desktop; if you don't need them, go ahead and delete that file.

Edit: I've removed G8000 from the first post of this thread as well.

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Old 2009-09-29, 19:29   #1228
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Port 9000 has dried out with the exception of some straggling pairs that have been handed out and are being worked on. It will not be loaded with anything else at this time.

You may consider moving your machines over to port IB5000 (k=600-800 for n>710K), which needs some help. Port IB4000 (k=400-600 for n>720K) would be a secondary priority.

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Old 2009-09-29, 21:44   #1229
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Port 9000 has dried out ...
Ahh ha!. I wondered why my eeePC was so cool this morning.
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Old 2009-10-01, 18:33   #1230
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Ahh ha!. I wondered why my eeePC was so cool this morning.
my friend had one of them until he put the wrong charger in it(the charger mechanism was dying anyway sometimes it would detect the charger and sometimes it wouldnt)
have you done anything like unlock a proper desktop or menu?
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Old 2009-10-03, 04:42   #1231
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I'm running it on Port 8000 now. It has an Nlited version of Win XP on it as well as eeeCtrl so I can remove the factory assigned "underclock" and run it at the Celeron's true stock speed. Well "speed" is an oxymoron when used in the same sentence as Celeron :)
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Old 2009-10-03, 17:04   #1232
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Well "speed" is an oxymoron when used in the same sentence as Celeron :)
Just like using "operating" in the same sentence as "system" with anything Unca Willie sends out from Redmond.
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