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Old 2009-04-13, 04:07   #67
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I will run out of pairs on GB4000 before the rally starts. Please load me up to n=700K. I'd hate to bother someone in the middle of the rally.
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Old 2009-04-13, 04:58   #68
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OK, reserving n=670K-700K for port GB4000.

Max, load 'er up when you get a chance.

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Old 2009-04-13, 17:15   #69
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OK, reserving n=670K-700K for port GB4000.

Max, load 'er up when you get a chance.
Okay, all loaded up.

BTW, while I was on, I got the chance to finish setting up the No-IP clients that I'd plopped on all of your machines about a week or so ago. Now all 10 quads have No-IP clients running happily away, updating every 5 minutes. When your IP address changes, No-IP will definitely no about it as soon as it happens.

The only thing I didn't get to do yet is set them to automatically start at bootup. So, if you need to reboot any of the machines in the meantime, make sure you open up a terminal and run the following command (from your home directory, though of course that's the starting location when you open up a terminal window anyway):

./noip2 -c no-ip2.conf
It will run the client in the background, and immediately dump you back to the terminal prompt.

Note: I *think* that if a No-IP client is already running and you try to run that, then it will simply exit with an error. However, I'm not absolutely positive about this. I'll have to check into this more later.
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Old 2009-04-14, 00:07   #70
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Results and primes up to n=660K have been verified against the usual places. No problems found.
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Old 2009-06-18, 08:06   #71
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Reserving n=700K-720K for port G4000.
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Old 2009-07-28, 05:01   #72
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Primes and results for this drive for n=680K-700K have been verified against the usual places. No problems found.
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Old 2009-09-17, 22:28   #73
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I'm going to need to pairs loaded on GB4000 soon. Have about a weeks worth left.
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Old 2009-09-17, 22:49   #74
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I'm going to need to pairs loaded on GB4000 soon. Have about a weeks worth left.
Okay, reserving 720K-730K for LLRnet G4000. I'll load in the work shortly.

Meanwhile, this reminds me: when we move all the servers over to Gary's forthcoming new server, we'll have a conflict between the port numbers for GB4000 and the current IB4000. Ian, would it work okay on your end if we moved GB4000 to a new port number sometime in the near future? It's somewhat of an arbitrary decision as to which one to move (since each one has one person on it at this time, each with about the same # of machines), but I'm leaning towards moving GB4000 since putting that on port 7000 would line things up rather nicely with the fact that this is Team Drive #7 (not that it matters much, but in an arbitrary decision, you have to draw the line somewhere). If so, is there any particular time when it would be most convenient for me to do the move?
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Meanwhile, this reminds me: when we move all the servers over to Gary's forthcoming new server, we'll have a conflict between the port numbers for GB4000 and the current IB4000. Ian, would it work okay on your end if we moved GB4000 to a new port number sometime in the near future? It's somewhat of an arbitrary decision as to which one to move (since each one has one person on it at this time, each with about the same # of machines), but I'm leaning towards moving GB4000 since putting that on port 7000 would line things up rather nicely with the fact that this is Team Drive #7 (not that it matters much, but in an arbitrary decision, you have to draw the line somewhere). If so, is there any particular time when it would be most convenient for me to do the move?
No problem. Just let me know when to change. Just be sure that the email notification works on the new port because I really don't check those cores manually.

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No problem. Just let me know when to change. Just be sure that the email notification works on the new port because I really don't check those cores manually.
Okay, sounds good. I'll send an email to Dave giving him a heads-up to prepare for imports on G7000.
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Okay, sounds good. I'll send an email to Dave giving him a heads-up to prepare for imports on G7000.
Oh, duh! I just remembered, we already have a G7000. Never mind, looks like my grand plan for lining up port 7000 with Drive #7 won't work.

We'll do G3000 instead, which really is empty.
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