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Old 11-19-2003, 07:59 AM   #1
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seti in redhat

i em looking for a decent combination of seti programs (caching/frontend) to run under linux. Have tried many such as tk-seti, and setistacker with no luck. Tk-seti is quite good but lacks the ability to be able to cache work units, or atleast i lack the ability to make it do so. Anyways, any linux pros , plz help

Old 11-25-2003, 07:05 AM   #2
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I tried out a few add-ons when I started with seti but couldn't really get any of them to work. The thing I really wanted to get working was caching to minimise the impace of downtime, everything else was just fluff really.

I found in the end that the best thing to do was to have a crontab job to restart the programme every hour on the hour and haven't had much downtime since.

3,695 workunits and counting!



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