Squeuer is a queueing proxy for the
Seti@home client written by
Phil Kernick. It provides a rich set of features to assist in using the
- Keeps a configurable sized queue of work units so that the client will
always be able to get a new work unit immediately upon finishing one.
- Queues results for uploading should the main Seti@home site be overloaded
or down. Results are never lost and the client is never delayed waiting
to upload a result.
- Can handle multiple users running the Seti@home client on multiple
machines all connecting to Squeuer.
- Platform independent. Squeuer has been tested and found to work on
different versions of Unix, MacOS and Windows. All it requires is
a Perl 5 interpreter.
Best of all, Squeuer is available for free
under a BSD style license.
The current release of Squeuer is 2.0.3.