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Old 2014-12-27, 10:12   #6
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"Carlos Pinho"
Oct 2011
Milton Keynes, UK

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Server is dried.
I am tired of warning that the queues of all Lattice Sievers should be with at least 100k or more wu's otherwise NFS@Home will die as a BOINC project. Clients will move on.
If the queue is full a 2M daily credit is guarantee. NFS@Home needs to grab the CPU power available. By looking at the stats it is easy to point out a few big crunchers ( and there's a new one) that their preference is NFS@Home but when the servers are dried they crunch other projects.


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