posted on Jun, 16 2004 @ 06:04 PM
1. Is there anyway to push the SETI Program faster? I briefly read through the FAQ of some ways in which seems like the quickest way to crunch units
was to keep it in the background running minimized. Now I hear there is one without the whistles and oooo's and ahhh's and runs on a command prompt
and of which you can run multiple instances. Can you crunch workunits faster with that program? I've tried bumping up the priority from low to normal
then to high and saw no difference. I even changed the affinity from 2 cpu's to 1 cpu (I'm on a HT Chip) and saw very little change in my times.
Even though I am crunching out Units at an average of little over 3 hours which is pretty good comparably, I just want to see if I can push those
2. Is the WorkUnits difference sizes? I've seen them differ from minutes but not a whole lot.
3. Now obvoiusly if anything was found the signal would of been several years old of the time of the "transmission" going to earth. Has anybody
found anything interesting? I tried googling but barely anything came up. I was wondering if anybody or somebody found anything worthwhile.
Thankz in advance to your answers. I am eager to get involved in this because I was interested in it years ago but as life changed I lost interest.
Today I do have the time and resources to get involved so here I am.