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Goodnight SETI - Final data is in the splitter queue.

Assimilator1

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"Final data is in the splitter queue" was posted in the SETI news forum today at 16.24 by Eric Korpela.

Once all the back end analysis is done, I hope SETI wakes again to search new 'ground' :)
I've got ~150 tasks cached atm, then that's it until who knows when, it's going to be strange & sad to see it go & not be able to fall back on it after ~20 1/2yrs crunching it!

Oh, & I made it into TAs top 50 :), and it looks like Orange Kid will just make 10mill!
 
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ao_ika_red

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Goodnight SETI.

My SETI task queue is getting shorter and shorter.

31 March 2020 23:59 UTC: another sad day for the (some) mankind.
 

Endgame124

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I've had one machine or another running seti at home since 1999, with about 40,000 classic CPU hours and almost 6mil points in new SETI. End of an era.
 
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Assimilator1

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Strangely the number of tasks I have has gone up to 186!
Maybe the news of it's demise is greatly exaggerated? ;)
 

Assimilator1

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Cool graph :), where did you get that from? (btw, how come it has gaps?).

I'm down to 158 tasks now.
 

Kiska

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That's when the project server is unresponsive to requests from Kiska's site. E.g. due to database performance trouble.
It seems like odlk, odlk1 and rakesearch are the culprits. But I do want to get the page once every 5 mins if thats possible....
In the past day or so, it has taken ~100 seconds to execute ~40 requests:


Anyway quite off topic this is, but if we are venturing that deeply off topic I'll share Rosetta@home's graph:
 

StefanR5R

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Yep, Rosetta is basically out of work currently, but they said they are working not only to get new batches queued soon, but also to make work generation easier and faster on their end.
 

QuietDad

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Only good thing about SETI going away is that by the end of the week I'll finally be able to blow away 4 computers that have been running SETI since the 90s ,move some components around, reinstall fresh installs of Windows 10 on freshly formatted hard drives and find something to do with them. Bad thing about SETI going away is I have to waste a few days blowing away 4 computers,move some components around, reinstall fresh installs of Windows 10 on freshly formatted hard drives and find something to do with them. It's been a long ride.
 
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QuietDad

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Lol :D
You don't seriously have PCs from the 90s running SETI do you???
In a sense. The cases have been there since day 1 but not most of the insides. Still have 2 Q6XXs in the game from like 2008.
 
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Assimilator1

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Ah ok, I was gonna say, S7 or PII/IIIs wouldn't really cut it these days ;), I suppose if you had a PII mbrd with a slocket T & a Tualatin PIII o/c ~1.5 GHz you'd get something out of it! :D

my last task
Damn, you ran out early.
My 2nd rig ran out last night, my main rig is near the end of its last 3 tasks *sniff*
Strange, my tasks page is showing I still have 133 left! Definitely not!
 

Assimilator1

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Nice :cool:, which country are you in? I've forgotten (SA?) & the forums don't show it anymore :(.
 

Wiz

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I've still got seti tasks in the queue.
I'm sure they will run out in the next few days.
 

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