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Message 1116793 - Posted: 13 Jun 2011, 19:10:36 UTC

Server overload or shorty overload.



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Message 1116828 - Posted: 13 Jun 2011, 21:34:10 UTC

Chris said"I keep reminding myself that crunching for Seti is a hobby. It is not compulsory, it is not essential, it is not paid employment. If the local golf course is closed I'll go back next week. If my pub has run out of beer, I'll walk up the road to the next one.

I haven't got a problem, have any of you?"

It would seem so.

Bad form to lock a thread after somebody has asked a question.

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Message 1116832 - Posted: 13 Jun 2011, 21:46:30 UTC - in response to Message 1116828.

Chris said"I keep reminding myself that crunching for Seti is a hobby. It is not compulsory, it is not essential, it is not paid employment. If the local golf course is closed I'll go back next week. If my pub has run out of beer, I'll walk up the road to the next one.

I haven't got a problem, have any of you?"

It would seem so.

Bad form to lock a thread after somebody has asked a question.


No issues from me. I was able to get 6K tasks over the weekend and I shut down my work fetch to work through the tasks I have picked up.

If the servers are down when I run out, I've got other projects with which to help science.


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Message 1116842 - Posted: 13 Jun 2011, 22:35:40 UTC - in response to Message 1116828.

It would seem so.

Bad form to lock a thread after somebody has asked a question.


Before you blame the Mods for bad form, you should know that Arkayn often puts a limit on the number of posts in the thread and starts a new one once the old one has hit that limit.

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Message 1116846 - Posted: 13 Jun 2011, 22:51:37 UTC - in response to Message 1116842.

It would seem so.

Bad form to lock a thread after somebody has asked a question.


Before you blame the Mods for bad form, you should know that Arkayn often puts a limit on the number of posts in the thread and starts a new one once the old one has hit that limit.

Doesn't matter who did it or asked for it to be done; it still is bad form.

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Message 1116856 - Posted: 13 Jun 2011, 23:17:21 UTC - in response to Message 1116846.

It would seem so.

Bad form to lock a thread after somebody has asked a question.


Before you blame the Mods for bad form, you should know that Arkayn often puts a limit on the number of posts in the thread and starts a new one once the old one has hit that limit.

Doesn't matter who did it or asked for it to be done; it still is bad form.

Simply POST your message in the NEW THREAD as is the custom. ;)

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Message 1116858 - Posted: 13 Jun 2011, 23:32:47 UTC - in response to Message 1116856.

It would seem so.

Bad form to lock a thread after somebody has asked a question.


Before you blame the Mods for bad form, you should know that Arkayn often puts a limit on the number of posts in the thread and starts a new one once the old one has hit that limit.

Doesn't matter who did it or asked for it to be done; it still is bad form.

Simply POST your message in the NEW THREAD as is the custom. ;)


But that's like...so much work man...


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Message 1116859 - Posted: 13 Jun 2011, 23:35:34 UTC - in response to Message 1116858.

It would seem so.

Bad form to lock a thread after somebody has asked a question.


Before you blame the Mods for bad form, you should know that Arkayn often puts a limit on the number of posts in the thread and starts a new one once the old one has hit that limit.

Doesn't matter who did it or asked for it to be done; it still is bad form.

Simply POST your message in the NEW THREAD as is the custom. ;)


But that's like...so much work man...


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Message 1116867 - Posted: 14 Jun 2011, 0:02:06 UTC - in response to Message 1116842.

Funny that the previous Panic threads didn't stop at exactly 200, or after a question was asked.

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Message 1116868 - Posted: 14 Jun 2011, 0:04:25 UTC
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I think the "Panic mode" threads are limited (closed after a while) because many people are still on dialup and opening a thread with over a hundred posts takes quite some time.

*Edit* It was probably just bad timing */Edit*

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Message 1116870 - Posted: 14 Jun 2011, 0:10:36 UTC - in response to Message 1116868.

I agree. There should be a post warning of an impending thread lock with a new thread starting so unfortunate things like this are avoided.

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Message 1116874 - Posted: 14 Jun 2011, 0:21:46 UTC

I'm still looking for reliable work up/downloads (downloads are backing off again) and stats generation on a reasonably reliable time schedule (last used to be at around 4pm pacific each day, now can vary by 10 hours)


It's not too many computers, it's a lack of circuit breakers for this room. But we can fix it :)

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Message 1116875 - Posted: 14 Jun 2011, 0:23:08 UTC - in response to Message 1116846.

It would seem so.

Bad form to lock a thread after somebody has asked a question.


Before you blame the Mods for bad form, you should know that Arkayn often puts a limit on the number of posts in the thread and starts a new one once the old one has hit that limit.

Doesn't matter who did it or asked for it to be done; it still is bad form.


I don't think it's so black and white. The question asked wasn't precisely ground-shaking; the person who asked doesn't seem to have complained; the thread owner gets say in thread closes.

I would say it wasn't bad form. It's happened in several other variations of this thread and people simply continue the conversation in the next one. No big deal.

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Message 1116884 - Posted: 14 Jun 2011, 1:19:54 UTC - in response to Message 1116867.

Funny that the previous Panic threads didn't stop at exactly 200, or after a question was asked.


Arkayn tries to end them on exactly 200, but sometimes he's off by a few. But you're wrong, there has been a few that were closed even after a question was asked. It's happened in the Milestones thread too.

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Message 1116887 - Posted: 14 Jun 2011, 1:27:52 UTC - in response to Message 1116884.

Funny that the previous Panic threads didn't stop at exactly 200, or after a question was asked.


Arkayn tries to end them on exactly 200, but sometimes he's off by a few. But you're wrong, there has been a few that were closed even after a question was asked. It's happened in the Milestones thread too.


Sometimes I am at work when they hit 200, I hit it just as soon as I can.

I was not even paying attention that there was a question in the end of the thread.

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Message 1116900 - Posted: 14 Jun 2011, 2:26:36 UTC - in response to Message 1116887.

Funny that the previous Panic threads didn't stop at exactly 200, or after a question was asked.


Arkayn tries to end them on exactly 200, but sometimes he's off by a few. But you're wrong, there has been a few that were closed even after a question was asked. It's happened in the Milestones thread too.


Sometimes I am at work when they hit 200, I hit it just as soon as I can.

I was not even paying attention that there was a question in the end of the thread.


Well how rude of you Arkayn! ;-p

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Message 1116918 - Posted: 14 Jun 2011, 4:15:12 UTC

PANIC!!!!! Arkayn didn't pay attention!!!! LMAO! J/K my friend.

There's other things to worry about than what is being discussed now. Lets try to shift the focus to that, instead of arguing about how the thread's are closed.


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Message 1116928 - Posted: 14 Jun 2011, 5:30:28 UTC - in response to Message 1116887.
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Funny that the previous Panic threads didn't stop at exactly 200, or after a question was asked.

Arkayn tries to end them on exactly 200, but sometimes he's off by a few. But you're wrong, there has been a few that were closed even after a question was asked. It's happened in the Milestones thread too.

Sometimes I am at work when they hit 200, I hit it just as soon as I can.

I was not even paying attention that there was a question in the end of the thread.

So you don't read 'your' threads? ;-D

The recruitment threads of my team I finish always with (before I opened the new for to have the URL)..

This thread will be closed soon from a forum mod.
We continue [ url= of the next thread ]here[ /url ].


You could maybe add.. 'max # of messages reached' - or something like this.

Just an idea.. ;-)


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Message 1116930 - Posted: 14 Jun 2011, 6:27:21 UTC


Downloads going a lot slower than processing.

Awaiting processing queue on my machine dropping.

Awaiting download queue was increasing, have now set NNT, most of them are shorties.




I keep reminding myself that crunching for Seti is a hobby. It is not compulsory, it is not essential, it is not paid employment. If the local golf course is closed I'll go back next week. If my pub has run out of beer, I'll walk up the road to the next one.

I haven't got a problem, have any of you?


Just got back from work, seems like this stirred up this thread a little bit.

All that I was trying to say was that I was having a lot of trouble with shorties and was stopping asking for new work untill downloads got to be more manageable, I have a couple of days worth of work downloaded and almost 2,000 WU's stuck in my download queue, most of them are still stuck there.

I do prefur to run SETI but will occasionally run Einstein and Climateprediction if work is hard to come by, I also run Einstein on GPU's during hot days, their WU's run a little cooler.

I know its a hobby, and I spend less time on it than with my dogs (both rescue's) my motorbikes and my fishing.



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Message 1116968 - Posted: 14 Jun 2011, 11:26:30 UTC
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weird thing is on one machine getting scheduler errors and the other uploading ok, with the error is the cannot connect to server message will leave it and see what happens. After 2 minutes after I posted this message got a download must be the shorties


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