I've always run either manually (doing other tasks while SER runs and manually switch out projects in sets) or just running many projects at once.
A while back, I was advised that running fewer projects at a time will yield different results, in terms of which engines will be posted to. Was there any truth to that?
Obviously, having the projects divided into sets will not strain system resources.
My only issue with running this way: Whichever projects are run last may be over my day-limits for external CAPTCHA solvers (or even per-solve CAPTCHAs that are then depleted, funds-wise) Running everything at once, this isn't an issue.
Any ideas? Thanks!
Would there be any way to assign projects to groups, so I can get those that really are a priority, in terms of limited CAPTCHA resources, to go first?
Is there a TEMP file that shows which projects have been run already?
Speaking of that, is there a GSASER textual link statistics page for each day? I know there's the diagrams and charts...
But i just mean like simply:
project: Submitted: Verified: Run:
Test 15235 424 5:00Pm - 7:59 PM
Test 2 13 1 5:00Pm - 7:59 PM
Test 3 133 32 5:00Pm - 7:59 PM