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Old 2008-03-04, 20:31   #7
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Originally Posted by Mini-Geek View Post
I think them being two separate drives is okay, but I think that the LLRnet servers shouldn't have a distinction (i.e. servers testing high ranges should reserve from both, as necessary to keep them at about the same n-level, not just from one or the other).
Agree.


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Unfortunately ,that might be a bit of a hassle for the people involved in administrating the LLRnet servers; thus, I'm thinking that we should still have separate servers for the 300<k<400 and 400<k<1001 range.
False, it's very easy, you just need to keep adding more work independently of its type but always on the same base (2). One server only, not two but that's my humble and wise opinion. I keep saying that we don't have 100,000 cores but only 100 at our disposal. You people still don't get it?!? Time will give me reason because with the increase of the number of servers the idle ones will also increase, that happened with the CRUS servers, duh!
Sob only has one server, RieselSieve only one server, RS Base 5 two, PSP one...

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