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How does robertm1771 and lews get those per-day values?

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omaticrail

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"robertm1771" and "lews" are at the top in terms of overall production, and production rate, yet neither of them appear to be multi-processor accounts. How is this being accomplished?

I'm guessing these are university minis or mainframes.
 
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omaticrail

omaticrail

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I wasn't aware of stats pages with that granularity. It's a bit strnage though. They have me down for 5 processors, when really I only have 3.

It occured to me that I have a lot more processing power at my disposal if I chose to get unscrupulous about it. I have administrative privileges on 2 multi-processor web servers that are essentially idle. (going nowhere REAL fast) However, I like my job too much to risk it.
 

Rezman5

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omaticrail, why dont you ask your boss if its ok. Tell him it will help the computers so they dont get...um....bored...or something better than that!
 

NedClocker

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omaticrail said:
I wasn't aware of stats pages with that granularity. It's a bit strnage though. They have me down for 5 processors, when really I only have 3.

It occured to me that I have a lot more processing power at my disposal if I chose to get unscrupulous about it. I have administrative privileges on 2 multi-processor web servers that are essentially idle. (going nowhere REAL fast) However, I like my job too much to risk it.
Yes, as you will see many times posted throughout this forum, get permission first!
 

David

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This got me thinking. The school is getting a webserver soon - would it be possible to fold on that? I will probably be the Administrator - the only other Linux user in the school is the Network administrator who is always busy trying to fix things (we have been waiting on a new network hub for nearly a month :eek:).

It is 'free' for the school - a donation from a local company. It should be a decent system - dual 700s P/// or something.