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How are idle hubs evaluated as idle?


I received a Zzz notice on one of my hubs today and, looking at the stats of all my hubs, it had been performing slightly better that some of my un-Zzz’dhubs (still not good, but slightly better). This made me wonder how HP decides which hub to Zzz’d. To me it seems somewhat arbitrary and a bit of a blindfold and pin approach. Any ideas, folks?

 

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    Angie Jardine 4 years ago

    Thanks, Beata … I was not so much worried as curious and confused I guess

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    Angie Jardine 4 years ago

    Hmm, could be … thanks for the thought.

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    Angie Jardine 4 years ago

    Cripes, that is weird … and worrying. I have now given up trying to work out what the criteria is but many thanks for adding your comment.

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