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Guru
27th May 2000, 09:06
http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/stats/country_919.html
Take a look at #9!!!!!!!!!

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Guru
27th May 2000, 09:11
And what the hell is a SETIdoubler? http://www.and.or.jp/~metys/seti.html

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Assimilator1
27th May 2000, 09:13
Hmmm ,I think they're cheating http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/frown.gif ,someone should tell SETI@home.

Strange that they have nearly 100 members with 0 WU's?a cover perhaps?

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paulcs
27th May 2000, 10:23
They must have some awful fast computers in Viet Nam.

Paul
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Compton
28th May 2000, 20:58
I checked out the setidoubler thing. I'm a bit disappointed, I was hoping to get 1600 WUs tonight. It seems to just do a batch download and then process them in order. It doesn't seem to be anything special. They probably don't understand what the word double means.

jms
28th May 2000, 21:40
The program seems to be for buffering WUs on a dual CPU system, hence doubler.

Jan

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Compton
28th May 2000, 22:38
well then i need to find another CPU...

KvHagedorn
30th May 2000, 19:46
The many members might be a cover thing. Look also at the two "other" members who seem to be crunching at an average of a minute or two.. are these aliases for the #1 guy? He must have figured out how to manually alter the result file or something.

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SteveC
2nd June 2000, 03:39
sad....

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Cheers,
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CharlesWA
2nd June 2000, 12:00
#9 (21.1 sec. avg. for 984 WUs) and #82 (2 min., 17.6 sec. avg. for 99 WUs) also look very suspecious.

Is it time to call in the SETI Police to check this out? Is there even such a thing?

What's the fastest legitimate time for a "standard" work unit that anyone has ever heard of (not including those ones that SETI runs through in just a few minutes)? What type of hardware was it on?

Charles

Rattledagger
2nd June 2000, 16:30
Charles, if you look on http://seti.mynoggin.net/cgi-bin/table.cgi
you will see the fastest is 45 minutes.
Since this bench-unit doesn't have gaussian it's faster, but around 10% doesn't have gaussian.