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Apparently i cannot login any longer. mad.gif

 

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Originally Posted by Disturbed117 View Post

Apparently i cannot login any longer. mad.gif

It's by email address, not whatpulse username! I was confused too.

We're leading uptime rank. Time to crank up steam and peak the download charts?!
    
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Ack, need to update all my clients.

Make sure you pulse from them all before updating. after the first 2.xxx pulse, the 1.xxx pulses are not accepted anymore.
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We're leading uptime rank. Time to crank up steam and peak the download charts?!

If it includes NAS transfers, I'm all in. If not, I'll just fire up the FTP from my seedbox biggrin.gif Put that 60Mbps to action
Edited by borandi - 12/23/12 at 4:03am
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I'm on a Video-editing, Youtube-uploading, Steam-downloading, CS:S button-mashing spree!
    
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Sustained 5 megabytes per second from the seedbox, put 150GB in the queue. Should take me to 8pm tongue.gif

The old university connection sustained 100Mbps, but they would have jumped on me if more than a TB a month. I love *truly* unlimited download plans.
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Woah. Version 2 is a bit different tongue.gif
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Out of interest, what's to stop someone making a ton of VMs for uptime scores.

I guess the same reason that keys and clicks can easily be cheated...

Also, it doesn't track miles any more.

Edit: No, it doesn't track home network traffic. Only stuff via the internet IP
Edited by borandi - 12/23/12 at 6:53am
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Just an FYI, WP likes to write 4kB to the drive every second. Someone posted up in the forums at WP that this will trash SSDs. I wrote an explanation, and I'll copy it here for everyone else to read.
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Well, yes and no.

An SSD can write to a page at a time - a page is typically 4 kB. Though when the SSD has to delete data, it has to delete a block (512kB) at a time. When Whatpulse writes 4kB at a time, it writes to a page. When it needs another 4kB, it writes to another page, and makes the previous page 'invalid', so the SSD can garbage it later. When the block is full, it will just move onto another block, until the whole drive is full of invalid pages. Then it'll clean them up (garbage collection or other) and start again.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/2738/5

Every 4kB write makes an SSD write a whole page of data. Even with wear levelling, write amplification and spare area, those 3000-20000 P/E cycles (depending on the drive) will not wear down quite quick. Let's do the math...

Assume 128GB SSD (including spare area), empty.
Each 4kB write requires a whole to be written
The way an SSD works is that if 4 kB is free in a block, it will write only the new page and 'lose' the address to the old data.

A 128GB drive will have
128 GB / 4 kB = 33554432 pages
Which means (33554432 / 3600) = 9320 hours to go through one entire P/E cycle

@ 3000 P/E cycles = 873813 hours = 3192 years
@ 5000 P/E cycles = 5320 years
@ 10000 P/E cycles = 10640 years

While I agree with you that having continuous writing could be bad for an SSD, it is not as bad as you think. It is when the drive has to delete and rewrite a whole block of data when the drive gets full which really screws it up.

Hence why Anand + Kristian @ Anandtech always suggest leaving 10-20% free space on your SSD.
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