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Guessing they're going to keep the 8 tasks per thread restriction despite it being part of the Pentathlon?

Looks something like that. My quad core reaches the limit with 28 tasks. That is a mix of ATLAS, LHCb, CMS, and Six Track.


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Just an observation. With 24 threads I didn't have enough disk space allotted in preferences. Changed it to 40 gb and all is well now.

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Looks something like that. My quad core reaches the limit with 28 tasks. That is a mix of ATLAS, LHCb, CMS, and Six Track.

Kind of a pity, but I can also understand.

Any knowledge of how to block tasks from uploading in ubuntu 17.04 by chance? I'm going to get Cerberus to download a few tasks as well, and run 50/50 Cosmology/LHC for a bit

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Finally reached my limit on tasks and suspended network. Now Atlas and TheorySims are waiting for network. I really need to learn how to block the upload IP.

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And if you want to block via IP you can use
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188.184.161.218/24

That should still allow downloads, because the download server is at a different address.

Learn me how to do this please. Thanks!

In Linux you can use the built in firewall.
Wiki on using iptables: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Iptables#Basic_concepts
Description of what the flags do in iptables
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I don't generally like just throwing commands out there, but here you go.

To block the IPs
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sudo iptables -A OUTPUT -d 188.184.161.218/24 -j DROP

To remove the rule and allow uploads:
  • First list the existing rules with line numbers
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In Linux you can use the built in firewall.

I'm running Win 7. Attempted to block via firewall and got an error message.

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I'm running Win 7. Attempted to block via firewall and got an error message.

Hosts file is located here
C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\

There is no file extension. At the end add:
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In Linux you can use the built in firewall.

I'm running Win 7. Attempted to block via firewall and got an error message.

For Windows 7 you can also use the built in firewall. You will want to add a new custom rule in the outbound rules.

You can also edit the hosts file with the addresses that emoga posted. Off the top of my head, the hosts file is located at C:\Windows\system32\drivers\etc. You will need to edit the file with administrator privileges, and after you edit it open a command prompt as administrator and do
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TMI. Trying to do this in the firewall, but unsure how to get past the above path. Keeps wanting me to open something else.redface.gif

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TMI. Trying to do this in the firewall, but unsure how to get past the above path. Keeps wanting me to open something else.redface.gif

Give me a few, and I'll take some screenshots of how to add the rule to the Windows 7 built in firewall.


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