|I run cmdline version of Muon.|
After each upload, results.txt is deleted, but results.dat keep growing.
As I don't want to use to much disk space on my machine, does it make a difference for next runs if I delete results.dat file after upload ?
P.S. : I'm french (sorry ). Can I find some articles about Muon in french somewhere ?
|Don't apologise for being French |
If you clear results.dat, you will always be starting from scratch instead of building on previously discovered stuff.
On a slight sidenote, can anyone advise on the wisdom of routinely combining all the results.dat files from a farm and distributing the new file to each node so that the farm benefits from the collective knowledge?
|[TNT]Toutouf, if your computer is connected to the internet and the client downloads sample files (default option), then you can safely delete your results.dat every once in a while.|