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Message 1058326 - Posted: 21 Dec 2010, 4:44:38 UTC - in response to Message 1058318.  

you are all lucky as far as internet speed goe's here in the uk we have the British telecom it siad i get upto 10 mb but it best is 1.8 m.b and its drops down to 500 bytes sometimes


If you can, and I know their cable doesn't reach all parts of the UK, go to Virgin. I'm on 20Mb and that's what I get, testing to UK servers. Last time I tested to SF got >18Mb.


Agreed. I pay for a 10Mb service from Virgin and I get 9.5Mb on average. While not the cheapest out there, I like the reliability of the service. The only problem with it having all coming down the same cable, if it does go down I lose broadband, TV and phone. Some places now offer a 50Mb service and I also know in Bournemouth a company has installed a fibre network in the existing sewers, and offer a 100Mb service (Think it's called Cable City, but don't quote me on that).

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Message 1058335 - Posted: 21 Dec 2010, 6:07:44 UTC - in response to Message 1058326.  

you are all lucky as far as internet speed goe's here in the uk we have the British telecom it siad i get upto 10 mb but it best is 1.8 m.b and its drops down to 500 bytes sometimes


If you can, and I know their cable doesn't reach all parts of the UK, go to Virgin. I'm on 20Mb and that's what I get, testing to UK servers. Last time I tested to SF got >18Mb.


Agreed. I pay for a 10Mb service from Virgin and I get 9.5Mb on average. While not the cheapest out there, I like the reliability of the service. The only problem with it having all coming down the same cable, if it does go down I lose broadband, TV and phone. Some places now offer a 50Mb service and I also know in Bournemouth a company has installed a fibre network in the existing sewers, and offer a 100Mb service (Think it's called Cable City, but don't quote me on that).

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Another option, is zen internet zen.co.uk they also do fibre upto 40Gb, you do need BT phone.
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Message 1058403 - Posted: 21 Dec 2010, 11:57:36 UTC - in response to Message 1058094.  

...

At the top end, there are 82 users with an RAC > 30,000. They represent 0.0546 % of the active users, and contribute 9.7 % towards the total daily RAC.
...


Whoa! Only 82 Cruncher do 10% of all Work on SETI?

...and i'm one of this addicted Cruncher. LOL

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Message 1058455 - Posted: 21 Dec 2010, 14:34:16 UTC

If there needs to be a limit, then the only thing that seems fair to me is to do it per host, not per user.

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Message 1058474 - Posted: 21 Dec 2010, 15:30:12 UTC
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DSL speed?

I have DSL light, 384/64 kbit/s or 48/8 KB/s, you could imagine what this is for a 'problem' to feed my ~ 70,000 and ~ 20,000 S@h-RAC machines with enough WUs?

I can't get more here in my village..

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Message 1058504 - Posted: 21 Dec 2010, 16:29:25 UTC - in response to Message 1058455.  

If there needs to be a limit, then the only thing that seems fair to me is to do it per host, not per user.

David (a low-end-of-the-range hobbyist)

Quite right, and it is done that way by BOINC. The same kinds of ratios apply, the top 20% of hosts do about half the work, the top 4% of hosts do about a quarter of the work.
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Message 1058507 - Posted: 21 Dec 2010, 16:32:41 UTC

No limits......other than imposed by Boinc.

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Message 1058663 - Posted: 22 Dec 2010, 7:19:57 UTC - in response to Message 1058507.  

No limits......other than imposed by Boinc.

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Quite a good point indeed.
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Message 1058713 - Posted: 22 Dec 2010, 12:32:20 UTC - in response to Message 1058663.  

My ISP is housed next door, about 50 meters, so my theoretical 10Mbit DownLoad
and 768Kbit Upload, is also the real speed. Telephone, also is VOIP
And no limit on Down/UpLoads.
Also an ADSL 2+ signal, for Digital TV, 16Mbit/sec.

Four companies do give a nice competition.

The 3 QUAD's have an Ethernet cable, TV also, only my LT goes WireLess, WLAN.

Only having UPLoad problems: As of 22 Dec 2010 12:00:06 UTC,

BOINC master database carolyn Running
BOINC replica database jocelyn Running
SETI@home science database oscar Disabled
Astropulse science database marvin Running
data-driven web pages thinman Running.

UP&D'Load servers are disabled, like all others. Forgot we still have a 3 day
outage :)


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Message 1058744 - Posted: 22 Dec 2010, 16:44:05 UTC - in response to Message 1058713.  



UP&D'Load servers are disabled, like all others. Forgot we still have a 3 day
outage :)



They're preparing for the re-striping project (supposedly happening today...)
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Message 1060174 - Posted: 27 Dec 2010, 12:05:10 UTC

RE Servers ;

only Splitters are down;

No upload ;

27/12/2010 10:58:30 PM SETI@home Started upload of 26se10ah.17064.7598.12.10.106_1_0
27/12/2010 10:58:32 PM Internet access OK - project servers may be temporarily down.
27/12/2010 10:58:52 PM Project communication failed: attempting access to reference site
27/12/2010 10:58:52 PM SETI@home Temporarily failed upload of 26se10ah.17064.7598.12.10.106_1_0: connect() failed

any clues ?

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Message 1060175 - Posted: 27 Dec 2010, 12:13:28 UTC - in response to Message 1060174.  


...
any clues ?



Yes! Wait - about 5 hours.

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Message 1060185 - Posted: 27 Dec 2010, 13:43:48 UTC - in response to Message 1060175.  


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any clues ?

Yes! Wait - about 5 hours.

Helli


We need wait someone of the SETI@home crew comes to the lab and look to the problem (if it's not possible to fix it via remote control).

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