Joined: 13 Feb 99
For the last couple of months Eric and Jeff have been occupied with shrinking our server complex from ~20 machines down to 2, and we haven't made much progress on Nebula or science. The downsizing is now finished, and we're ramping back up on Nebula.
Joined: 25 Nov 01
Good stuff and thanks for the update.
And very good to consolidate from supporting ~20 machines to instead move to a much more maintainable 2! That's an impressively efficient resize :-)
Sorry if far too obvious a question:
Is there good and faster mileage to be had in using a representative subset of the data?
Then quickly test ideas, rather than to lose time trying to optimize ideas that may well later change again?...
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Joined: 12 Aug 00
Thank you for keeping us updated.
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