Joined: 1 Mar 99
Okay things haven't been running so well the past couple of days. First, there were some mount problems in the middle of last week which caused our assimilator queue to clog up. This inflates our result table causing all kinds of table fragmentation which never helps the general pipeline. Later in the week I noticed the spike table in the science table was running out of space, so Bob added a few more database chunks. That process eats up a bunch of disk i/o, causing splitters/assimilators to slow down temporarily. But then we hit some major chokepoint causing work production to grind to a halt.
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As always, great work! Keep them wu's comming ;)
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Thank you for getting work flowing again. How long dose it take to fill the local drive(s) with the new data & was it a 750GB File that you deleted to get the work flowing? It looks as I'm one of the lucky one I have a couple of AP units and as I type this this are none ready to send.
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