setirotate automatically spawns the SETI@Home commandline client, rotating it through work units in a work unit cache. You can configure the number of work units to store, the number of processes to run simultaneously, the number of simultaneous result-upload/workunit-download transfers, the time interval within which its allowed to perform said transfers, and the timeout interval for when a transfer fails. It will immediately start working on a work unit when the previous one finishes, while uploading the newly finished result (if the upload interval permits) in parallel. It strives to always keep something running.
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Release Notes: A fix for a busywait problem which was caused by "setiathome -stop_after_xfer" exiting immediately when no valid network interface exists.
Release Notes: A modified version for use with Windows machines has been included. Several bugs were fixed, some useless code was removed, and the documentation has been improved substantially.
Release Notes: Fixes for time time-range handling stuff.