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The S5R6 run is nearing its end, and there are only a few tasks left that will not necessarily match the data files already on the clients. This results in an increased download volume per task for the remaining S5R6 ones

17 Mar 2010, 00:00 UTC
The S5R6 run is nearing its end, and there are only a few tasks left that will not necessarily match the data files already on the clients. This results in an increased download volume per task for the remaining S5R6 ones
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The S5R6 run is nearing its end, and there are only a few tasks left that will not necessarily match the data files already on the clients. This results in an increased download volume per task for the remaining S5R6 ones. Also too we expect an increased data volume per CPU hour at the beginning of the upcoming S5GCE run. Participants on slow internet connections might want to suspend the project for a few days or weeks.

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