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2014-05-30, 20:25   #210
James Heinrich

"James Heinrich"
May 2004
ex-Northern Ontario

3·19·53 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Prime95 BTW, does anyone know how to auto-reboot the MS SQLServer and IIS services?
You could use this as a rough guide (it has pretty pictures), substituting the appropriate service name(s). Basically: make a batch file withnet stop servicename and net start servicename and call it with Task Scheduler. For my WAMP development machine the batch file looks like this:
Code:
net stop apache2.2
net stop mysql
net start mysql
net start apache2.2
I'm not sure what IIS and MSSQL services are called. Then you can schedule it to restart the services every day (or week or whatever), or when triggered by any number of events as allowed by Task Scheduler.

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2014-05-30, 22:12   #211
snme2pm1

"Graham uses ISO 8601"
Mar 2014
AU, Sydney

241 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Prime95 The problem could just as easily be some other resource leakage
Many process consumption figures could be viewed at the server, and radical growth statistics localised.
I tend to use procexp (process explorer) but other tools exist.
By the way, what OS version is the server?

2014-05-30, 22:50   #212
Prime95
P90 years forever!

Aug 2002
Yeehaw, FL

11011111100002 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by snme2pm1 By the way, what OS version is the server?

2014-05-30, 22:54   #213
science_man_88

"Forget I exist"
Jul 2009
Dumbassville

100000110000002 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Prime95 Um, Windows Server 2000. Isn't that the latest version?
windows server 2012

quick search gets these results for an attempt at windows server versions.

2014-05-30, 22:56   #214
kracker
ἀβουλία

"Mr. Meeseeks"
Jan 2012
California, USA

5·433 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Prime95 Um, Windows Server 2000. Isn't that the latest version?
Heh... Try Wikipedia .

2014-05-30, 22:57   #215
snme2pm1

"Graham uses ISO 8601"
Mar 2014
AU, Sydney

241 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Prime95 Um, Windows Server 2000. Isn't that the latest version?
I sometimes spend a little time fiddling with a couple of 2003 boxes, which are close to WinXP lineage.
MS so far still issuing updates for server 2003.

2014-05-31, 06:39   #216
axn

Jun 2003

125616 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by science_man_88 windows server 2012 quick search gets these results for an attempt at windows server versions.
Quote:
 Originally Posted by kracker Heh... Try Wikipedia .
Woosh!

2014-06-09, 22:41   #217
snme2pm1

"Graham uses ISO 8601"
Mar 2014
AU, Sydney

241 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by James Heinrich It's true, I'm failing. I did [Nov 2013] rewrite the results-parsing code (basically lifted directly from mersenne.ca) but I had great trouble with troubleshooting the process of inserting results into the database. I speak MySQL, Primenet speaks MS-SQL, and we don't get on. The process looks something like this: I guess this is my poke to have a 4th look at it and see if I can get somewhere closer than I was before. I used to be optimistic, that has gone, but I'll try taking another look.
I recently lodged TF results with first line ... has a factor, accidentally.
Yet this time such result was properly reported as F rather than F-PM1.
So do we believe this ancient problem is fixed now?

2014-06-09, 23:21   #218
James Heinrich

"James Heinrich"
May 2004
ex-Northern Ontario

302110 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by snme2pm1 So do we believe this ancient problem is fixed now?
Not by anything I've done, unfortunately.
The wrong-factor-type issue only occurs under some circumstances. It is also possible that the ancient code also guesses correctly that it's TF, depending (mostly) on the factor size.

2014-06-10, 00:13   #219
Prime95
P90 years forever!

Aug 2002
Yeehaw, FL

24·3·149 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by snme2pm1 I recently lodged TF results with first line ... has a factor, accidentally. Yet this time such result was properly reported as F rather than F-PM1. So do we believe this ancient problem is fixed now?
No. As long as there is one "no factor" line all will be well. The line can appear anywhere in the submission.

2014-06-17, 13:12   #220
brilong

Mar 2014

1316 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by chalsall Thank you for the detailed bug report. I will try to find cycles to deal with this this weekend, and report when an update is available dealing with this issue.
Any updates on an improved submit_spider script? I've had more issues where submit_spider saves results in a "submitted" file, but the server does not register the factor as completed. If I grab the results from the submitted file, append it to results.txt and rerun the spider, it works. This is a tedious process.

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