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Message 1353513 - Posted: 5 Apr 2013, 5:44:58 UTC

Great to hear that everything is in a new location. I know the old location has been causing problems for years.

Congrats.
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Message 1353514 - Posted: 5 Apr 2013, 5:52:10 UTC

Good Work, download and upload is more faster before the move servers to co-lo!
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Message 1353628 - Posted: 5 Apr 2013, 13:12:28 UTC - in response to Message 1353484.

Good luck with the move! Will you or others have physical access over weekends to kick kit if it becomes necessary like you have now? Oh and BTW, don't forget to take loads of pictures for posterity :-
DITTOO lets find ET!!!!!!!!!!(and get off this rock)

As was posted elsewhere, part of the deal with the new location is that there are techs on duty 24/7 to do simple restarts and such. The Seti guys will very seldom need to put their hands on their own euqipment.

Also, there will be no pictures because the new location doesn't allow them.

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Message 1353639 - Posted: 5 Apr 2013, 13:43:39 UTC - in response to Message 1352993.

I took some pictures, but not down at the colocation facility, as pictures down there aren't allowed.

Wonder if a special request to have IST take a picture and photoshop out anything they don't want shown could be made?

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Message 1353647 - Posted: 5 Apr 2013, 13:55:25 UTC

Most co-location sites are very fussy about not having photos taken, even by their own staff so I doubt that they would allow any such photo - mores the pity as they are all very similar once you get through the fancy entrance hall and security goons. Just banks of 42U racks (or bigger), howling air con on the cool side unbearably hot on the hot side, with the howling air con, bundles of cable running into ducts, howling air con...
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Message 1353657 - Posted: 5 Apr 2013, 14:12:50 UTC

I was part of a Y2K project in the 12 month run up to the Millennium, and one of my tasks was to survey and catalogue a large Computer Centre for any non-compliant kit that needed to be upgraded. I certainly don't remember any "howling air-con" and most cabling was under-floor as well. You can walk into any UK supermarket on a hot summers day, and it will be pleasantly cool without hardly a noise or any draught. Aircon/cooling can be done efficiently.

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Message 1353668 - Posted: 5 Apr 2013, 14:39:45 UTC

Cheers for the much better bandwidth :)
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Message 1353790 - Posted: 5 Apr 2013, 17:54:46 UTC - in response to Message 1353668.
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...still no new projects ??


....all well just got one new task !!

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Message 1353848 - Posted: 5 Apr 2013, 20:18:10 UTC

OK great! It's April 4 today and the scheduler is not responding to my update request. What's UP?
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Message 1353871 - Posted: 5 Apr 2013, 21:31:27 UTC - in response to Message 1353848.

OK great! It's April 4 today and the scheduler is not responding to my update request. What's UP?


Looks like you have 26 units in progress on 2 rigs. The other two haven't tried to contact the project since before the outage. Did you set them to NNT?
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Message 1354066 - Posted: 6 Apr 2013, 11:43:41 UTC

Да вроде и вправду скорость подросла. Хорошо если так и останется.

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Message 1354104 - Posted: 6 Apr 2013, 15:45:41 UTC - in response to Message 1354066.

Да вроде и вправду скорость подросла. Хорошо если так и останется.

Google translate says:

Yes, like the speed and really grown up. Good if it remains.
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Message 1354151 - Posted: 6 Apr 2013, 18:20:20 UTC

Wow, that's fast.
I'd estimate it's 100 times faster than I had been getting downloads.
I no longer have to worry about half of my downloads stalling through the night and needing a "kick" in the morning to finish downloading. I might even turn the astropulse ones back on, (those things took forever to download, so I turned them off as not worth messing with on a mobile system.)

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Message 1354829 - Posted: 8 Apr 2013, 22:50:17 UTC

Fantastic speed, easily 100+ times quicker here in Ireland. Great work guys n gals! Might have to turn all rigs on to Seti and see what I couldn't do for the last 13 years B-) and now........Let the crunchin commence..... Cheers Rob.
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Message 1354921 - Posted: 9 Apr 2013, 6:19:43 UTC

I'm glad everything went well in the move. Sometimes I just don't understand where "the powers to be" come from. You have to shut down your systems for an upgrade to the power and then within a month your told to move to another place. Those "power's to be" don't realize what is involved in that.
I was in the AF working an IT section and they told us that we had to move to another building. I told them Really? we can't just pick up our PC's and move. The servers, both Unix and Windows, are tied to the base with fiber connected to this building, Are you going to move the fiber also? When I told them the cost they couldn't believe it. How about Management doing some research before they make decisions.
Hopefully your new facility had the same or better bandwith. In my case they would have had to move the fiber also.

God I'm glad I'm retired and don't have to put up with that S..t anymore.

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Message 1355126 - Posted: 9 Apr 2013, 23:47:54 UTC
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Still not getting any WUs since the servers were moved! I have made no changes to my prefs since January. What could be the reason(s?) I can no longer get any WU's?
April 1st I moved to an ISP with much better bandwidth and Einstein@home is blasting away but I'd rather be sharing my CPUs with SETI.
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Message 1355129 - Posted: 9 Apr 2013, 23:56:09 UTC - in response to Message 1355126.

Still not getting any WUs since the servers were moved! I have made no changes to my prefs since January. What could be the reason(s?) I can no longer get any WU's?
April 1st I moved to an ISP with much better bandwidth and Einstein@home is blasting away but I'd rather be sharing my CPUs with SETI.

Einstein is likely keeping SETI out so set Einstein to no new tasks and see if you gets you SETI work again.

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Message 1355138 - Posted: 10 Apr 2013, 0:27:07 UTC - in response to Message 1355126.

I have the same issue - no WU updates since the move. I was running a package when the move occurred and was set up on a single system. During the move, I set up a second system as well (using my same account). Since the move, neither system is working - they are unable to obtain any new WU's.

Is everything OK?

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Message 1355175 - Posted: 10 Apr 2013, 4:28:10 UTC - in response to Message 1355138.

I have the same issue - no WU updates since the move. I was running a package when the move occurred and was set up on a single system. During the move, I set up a second system as well (using my same account). Since the move, neither system is working - they are unable to obtain any new WU's.

Is everything OK?

All four of my rigs are happily grabbing work. As your computer(s) are hidden can't offer anything else.

You might want to flush the DNS caches, make sure that you don't have "no new tasks set" check your project priorities, check the work fetch debt, and all the other normal things. Also look at your SETI preferences to be sure you are allowing all applications, and (temporarily at least) try using stock applications. Finally is BOINC asking the project for work? If so what is it logging as a response?

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