Re: Old friend gone awry :-)
On May 27, 08:45, David Baron wrote:
> A few years back, I used to run SETI at home on my Windows machine. This is
> the first of but a few attempts at distributed computing at its utmost. Never
> had any problems with it--when I needed the CPU more intensively, I shut down
> the SETI.
> So, I saw it on SID, also got an email posting from them, so decided to give
> it a try in Linux. Set and then went to work on a project somewhere else. I
> left the machine on because I am trying to get SSH to work, so far, unable to
> connect from outside. When I came home, nothing worked. The system
> complained, falsely, of no file space. I shut down SETI and all was fine.
> BTW. This was not an alien installation but from a deb :-)
> Does anyone know how to run this more safely, keeping ET at home?
Renice the process to 19 if it isn't that way already.
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