I rest my case

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Astro
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I rest my case

> http://einstein.phys.uwm.edu/server_status.php
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> http://setiweb.ssl.berkeley.edu/sah_status.html
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IMPORTANT REMINDER

Water, sweat, and conductive liquids near MOBO, CPU

VERY BAD

lol

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Man, SETI is having issues

Man, SETI is having issues aren't they?

[B^S] Paul@home
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They seem to be fierce

They seem to be fierce unlucky at the moment!


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All; Thanks for your

All; Thanks for your comments. This is why I abandoned ship @ Berkeley. The constant denial of service from the project turned my little farm into an expensive collection of boat anchors. Sure, I could email and surf, but work? I did't make a serious investment in computer hardware to have it sit idle on the beach and contribute nothing to tommorrow. My crunching farm has been seriously happy with E@H since 22 January. My congratulations to all the grunts that keep the servers delivering the mail. Thanks again!

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mmciastro; Thanks for the

Message 4343 in response to message 4339

mmciastro; Thanks for the comment. Beer is one of the dangerous liquids you refer to. However it can have an amazing impact on memory bandwidth and cpu performance when applying "let's try this" via the keyboard to the bios. Of course you have to limit your intake so as to be able to find the "clear CMOS" jumper. Glad you are on the project. Bless you and yours. Greetings from "midworld".

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I feel sorry for the guys

I feel sorry for the guys trying to get the thing to run stable, they have had a really bad time and you know they're pulling their hair out and catching a lot of flack.

Sometimes it is good not to have to deal with legacy equipment from an older project. That's the advantage the other boinc projects have over seti, they're starting from zero and don't have to worry about migration issues just yet.

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I've recently came aboard

I've recently came aboard from S@H and have no plans to use SETI BOINC at all.
The message threads are getting out of hand and I for one am sick of it.

I enjoyed the feeling of companionship in the cruncher forums and hope to find my niche here.

Jerry P

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Resource share, resource

Resource share, resource share, resource share........I rest my case!

Paul

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So right GG, Thats the

So right GG,

Thats the beauty of BOINC. All projects will have their bad days (weeks, months *hehehe*), but Resource sharing is the key.

Personally I will ALWAYS have SETI crunching away at some level... but now instead of worrying (can you believe how we WORRY when our CPU is sitting idle) when SETI is down now I rest assured that other work is being done.

Personally right now I have all projects across the board equal. Doing some work for all worthy projects. Giving members personal preference to divide to what projects is one of the GREAT GREAT things about BOINC... but I always recommend that members run 2 projects ... just in case.

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[b]SETI@H RULES, THEY WERE

[b]SETI@H RULES, THEY WERE FIRST AND ALWAYS WILL BE.

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