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Old 2014-06-02, 01:43   #12
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Yep, they run fast. My first reservation is 60 % complete and I think from now on until we reach next FFT jump I will start reserving a 10k block per core.

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Old 2014-06-02, 02:31   #13
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I'm running it at 2600 sec a candidate with 4 cores, my fast computer is working on the 8th drive. I'll have my range done in the next 6 days or so.
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Old 2014-06-02, 09:06   #14
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Taking 1450-1600.

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Old 2014-06-02, 09:28   #15
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Taking 1430-1600.
kracker reserved from 1430-1450.
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Old 2014-06-02, 09:30   #16
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Ok, then.

Now you know that it is a full-time job to be a "manager" (or a "make-surerer", take your pick) of a drive. Please be fast and update the reservation post fast so that the users are not confused. You have been in the shoes of a user for too long. Now, learn to be an effective manager. ;-)

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Old 2014-06-02, 09:34   #17
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Ok, then
Now you just need to update first post.
kracker reservation was in the middle of a conversation and therefore probably unnoticeable.


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Now you know that it is a full-time job to be a "manager" (or a "make-surerer", take your pick) of a drive. Please be fast and update the reservation post fast so that the users are not confused. You have been in the shoes of a user for too long. Now, learn to be an effective manager. ;-)
It is not my fault...I am a simple cruncher not moderator.

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Old 2014-06-02, 09:38   #18
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I am a simple cruncher not moderator.
Talk about being confused.

Why do you start a drive that you have no intention of managing, then?
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Old 2014-06-02, 09:40   #19
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Talk about being confused.

Why do you start a drive that you have no intention of managing, then?
As many started here by others. Kosmaj gave me permission to start it. Also the current three moderators can handle the work although I think it misses one from side of America's (north and south of America). One is in the UK, other in Japan and the last one in Germany.

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Old 2014-06-03, 09:13   #20
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1450-1600 is done.
Carrying on to 1600-1680.
Results will be in one file.
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Old 2014-06-03, 12:17   #21
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Thank you Batalov for the push.
Meanwhile here are the Nash Weight of the k's:

k=203 - NW=1687
k=205 - NW=1351
k=219 - NW=1069
k=227 - NW=2550
k=235 - NW=1241
k=257 - NW=1867
k=259 - NW=1561

Carlos

EDIT: Damn, I didn't see the k=275 still in n=1.4M. It should be on this drive too.

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Old 2014-06-03, 13:37   #22
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Thank you Batalov for the push.
Meanwhile here are the Nash Weight of the k's:

k=203 - NW=1687
k=205 - NW=1351
k=219 - NW=1069
k=227 - NW=2550
k=235 - NW=1241
k=257 - NW=1867
k=259 - NW=1561

Carlos

EDIT: Damn, I didn't see the k=275 still in n=1.4M. It should be on this drive too.
I can run 275 from 1.4M to 1.6M then we can enter it into the drive past there.
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