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Mike Hewson
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Please look here!
We are crossing the equator again ... :-)
Cheers, Mike.

I have made this letter longer than usual because I lack the time to make it shorter. Blaise Pascal

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Quote:
Please look here!
We are crossing the equator again ... :-)
Cheers, Mike.


Halfway done with the S5 analysis already? That's great! What was the time lag for when S5 started and when we began crunching S5 WUs? The crunching isn't catching up with the detecting, is it?

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RE: RE: Please look

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Please look here!
We are crossing the equator again ... :-)
Cheers, Mike.

Halfway done with the S5 analysis already? That's great! What was the time lag for when S5 started and when we began crunching S5 WUs? The crunching isn't catching up with the detecting, is it?


In june 2006, the expected time to crunch all S5 WU was estimated at about 380 days ( if my memory is correct ), right now the figures are 280.1 days.
Don't be excited about, because:
if the number of teraflops is going up steadily since september ( that would shorten the total needed time )
BUT Bruce Allen has warned us that the Nemo network won't crunch S5 WU all the time, it will be soon needed to perform other tasks related to E@H. Then Nemo will crunch only on "spare-time"

"Entia non sunt multiplicandam praeter necessitatem"
(OKHAM)

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