Collatz Conjecture is based in Wood Dale, Illinois.
It is a privately managed BOINC project attempting to disprove the Collatz Conjecture. For more information about the Collatz
Conjecture, check out the
Collatz page. The Collatz Conjecture project makes use of the
parity sequence optimization and runs on Linux, Windows, and OS X and can utilize CPUs as well as AMD, nVidia, and Intel graphics cards.
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I'm not sure why yet, but the LetsEncrypt script didn't update the SSL certificate as expected. I ran it manually and it worked. If you are still having problems connecting, please let me know. 12 Oct 2017, 2:38:22 UTC · Comment
I will be installing a new firewall later this evening around 9pm CDT. If all goes as planned, the site will be inaccessible for only a minute or two. If things really don't go as planned, I'll revert back to the existing router/firewall. 26 Jun 2017, 23:06:08 UTC · Comment
The current firewall keeps randomly rebooting and after it restarts, I have to reboot the Comcast modem in order for it to link up. A new firewall should arrive Wednesday and if all goes well, will replace the old one the same day. 13 Mar 2017, 22:45:27 UTC · Comment
Comcast Back Online
Sometime between 10am and 1pm Central Standard Time, the network was down. After rebooting the cable modem at 1pm, it came back online. 5 Mar 2017, 19:06:16 UTC · Comment
Unexpected Power Outage
While we didn't get ice here, we had plenty of rain. Unfortunately, I was gone for the day when the power outage occurred so there was no opportunity to fire up the backup generator. Thankfully, everything came back online although it took 3 reboots before the firewall decided it indeed had a hard drive. If you get a download error, etc. for a workunit, please let me know. When there is a major crash, there are usually a few screwed up workunits where the database and the file system aren't completely in sync. 16 Jan 2017, 23:45:14 UTC · Comment
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