Thanks! Since I can't test it now (no access to BOINC computers), but am curious, it can be used to automatically assign like this:
llr-task-randomnumber1.exe --> core 0
llr-task-randomnumber2.exe --> core 2
llr-task-randomnumber3.exe --> core 4
And if llr-task-randomnumber2.exe terminates and is replaced by llr-task-randomnumber4.exe this task should be assigned core 2.
Will that work? Basically I want all PPS-DIV tasks to run on their own seperate core, even though, as you know, they have a slightly different filename all the time.
1281979 * 2^485014 + 1 is prime ... no further hits up to: n = 4,400,000