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We are now testing the new 'coincidence' routine. This has reduced the run time of the coincidence step in the worst-case tests from about six hours to four minutes, and memory use by a significant factor. If all goes well, new applications should be ava

31 Jan 2005, 00:00 UTC
We are now testing the new 'coincidence' routine. This has reduced the run time of the coincidence step in the worst-case tests from about six hours to four minutes, and memory use by a significant factor. If all goes well, new applications should be ava
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We are now testing the new 'coincidence' routine. This has reduced the run time of the coincidence step in the worst-case tests from about six hours to four minutes, and memory use by a significant factor. If all goes well, new applications should be available this week. We are also now testing a modified scheduler that (1) provides better feedback messages to hosts that are not getting work because they lack disk space, and (2) deletes data files from hosts when they run short of disk space.

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