[RC5] Stop OGR24
MastarPete at att.net
Mon Aug 20 15:24:47 EDT 2001
How about giving people a place to send back un-wanted work buffers...
possibly by e-mail or something.....
that way the work is not lost, and it can be re-distributed ;-p to someone else
hopefully alot faster than the "waiting period".
reducing the default amount of work would also be nice....
I've had 3 or 4 slow machines (under 200mhz) each get 25 packets of
OGR-25, because I forgot to remove the default configs and have them do RC5..
of all those packets I still have 38 left from the 80 packets that were downloaded
.....after more than a month of constant crunching..
Just a thought...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Henry" <dnetc at mrtickle.demon.co.uk>
To: <rc5 at lists.distributed.net>
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2001 5:36 PM
Subject: Re: [RC5] Stop OGR24
> On Tue, 14 Aug 2001 18:01:39 -0300, Peter Cordes wrote:
> > I wouldn't be surprised if some of the stubs that are still out there
> >are ones that take a lot longer than average to finish. (some of the
> >non-reissued stubs are certainly due to people dropping out of d.net,
> >and/or downloading too many work units on a slow computer, but that
> >might not be the only reason.)
> At the risk of repeating myself - another reason is that the default
> settings cause the client to download about a month's worth of work for
> OGR, even on a very fast machine. It's all too easy for someone to start
> working on OGR (or their client switch over automatically), then decide
> that it's taking too long and abandon OGR, leaving tons of blocks
> stashed away never to be worked on.
> Please can this default be reduced by a lot!
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