In transition to the S5GC1 run, we're currently sending out the rest of S5GCE tasks without locality scheduling. This leads to additional transfer volume on both the client and the server side. If you care about data volume or have a slow internet conne

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Message 104667 - Posted: 7 May 2010, 0:00:00 UTC

In transition to the S5GC1 run, we're currently sending out the rest of S5GCE tasks without locality scheduling. This leads to additional transfer volume on both the client and the server side. If you care about data volume or have a slow internet connection, you should suspend Einstein@Home for a few hours or days. Our download mirrors are currently overloaded. We hope that things will be back to normal once we start shipping out S5GC1 work hopefully in less than an hour.

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