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Message 2222 - Posted: 22 Aug 2007, 22:59:21 UTC

To the mods- I started this thread to discuss pending WU's and HR. I think it has been pretty well covered. Could we close this thread and continue any active subjects in new (and properly labeled threads).
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Message 2225 - Posted: 22 Aug 2007, 23:35:37 UTC

Thank you, Scott. That helps. I think.

I apologize to anyone I may have offended. I can get a wee bit edgy at times. The pain medication that I take every 8 hours works really well for about 6 hours. I will try to keep from posting during the 2-hour shortfalls.

You are really looking for random, transient errors (and hackers, of course). Nearly all CPU's are capable and an OS is nothing but a glorified resource manager. The CERN work that rbpeake posted is interesting. It notes that CPU's are, actually, built to standards! Through insightful library use, they were able to reduce the error occurrences to CPU faults and overclocking (and hackers, of course). That would seem to be the ideal. You could do your redundancy checking without the homogeneousness. That would certainly be a relief.
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Message 2227 - Posted: 22 Aug 2007, 23:37:34 UTC - in response to Message 2221.  



I posted the link in my team's forum and that of a befriended team (hi ;) ) as well.


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Message 2228 - Posted: 22 Aug 2007, 23:39:00 UTC - in response to Message 2225.  
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Thank you, Scott. That helps. I think.

I apologize to anyone I may have offended. I can get a wee bit edgy at times. The pain medication that I take every 8 hours works really well for about 6 hours. I will try to keep from posting during the 2-hour shortfalls.

You are really looking for random, transient errors (and hackers, of course). Nearly all CPU's are capable and an OS is nothing but a glorified resource manager. The CERN work that rbpeake posted is interesting. It notes that CPU's are, actually, built to standards! Through insightful library use, they were able to reduce the error occurrences to CPU faults and overclocking (and hackers, of course). That would seem to be the ideal. You could do your redundancy checking without the homogeneousness. That would certainly be a relief.


Don't Paratima, I never had a firm grasp of HR other than it was valued by certain projects.
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Message 2229 - Posted: 23 Aug 2007, 0:03:24 UTC - in response to Message 2225.  

Silly mode on:
You could do your redundancy checking without the homogeneousness. That would certainly be a relief.


Homogeneousness? Get a grip :)

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Message 2240 - Posted: 23 Aug 2007, 7:35:16 UTC

Thread closed by request of ohiomike, who created it.
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