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Message 809879 - Posted: 19 Sep 2008, 14:37:53 UTC

Hello there.

Now i'm not sure if this is the right section for this, but here goes :

I have a brand new Intel Quad Core Q9550, slightly overclocked, running the SSSE 4.1 optimized client.
Needless to say, the system is working like a charm, and producing quite alot of results.

Now, when i just updated my Client, i got the error that i reached the limit of 400 results a day ?
I don't know if this quota is per system, or per IP, but anyways, i just reached it.

Can this be upgraded ?
Thanks in advance !


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Message 809881 - Posted: 19 Sep 2008, 14:58:49 UTC
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The quota is 100 per cpu. So you can only download up to 100 units per cpu per day. Since you just started up, that's to be expected on your machine. However, I don't think we've seen anyone actually crunch 400 units in a day. Unless you by chance get a ton of short units. Nothing to worry about.

EDIT = see this Thread for more details.

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Message 809882 - Posted: 19 Sep 2008, 15:04:16 UTC

Thanks !


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Message 809888 - Posted: 19 Sep 2008, 15:25:39 UTC

You are very welcome...

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