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Old 2009-09-05, 11:16   #1
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Default discontinuation of the LLRNet server

Hi! :)

As you all probably know, ltd is looking forward to shutting down the LLRNet server. Let's all help him getting it done by migrating to PRPNet.

I can see that the following users are still running the LLRNet client:

Digital Concepts

There are probably more users, but I took the list from the "last 20 results returned" webpage. PRPNet is faster, so by running it you will be able to process more WUs and by that have a bigger chance of finding a prime.

Keep in mind that the LLRNet client can be started with the parameter "-1" to finish the task it's running and then stop.

Questions? Comments? Please post in this thread. :)

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Old 2009-09-07, 19:13   #2
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The transition of the whole system to a new OS should take place during my winter holiday in December. So this will be the earliest time to shut down the old llrnet server. But as the new client is significant faster i would recommend to switch earlier if you can.
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