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Message 1324806 - Posted: 5 Jan 2013, 5:25:27 UTC

If I get one more AP, I'll have a full 10-day cache. I guess that's about the only good thing to being CPU-only is it makes a large cache less than the limits.
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Message 1324814 - Posted: 5 Jan 2013, 6:12:51 UTC - in response to Message 1324806.
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I guess that's about the only good thing to being CPU-only is it makes a large cache less than the limits.

With MB my Core2 Duo can last for about 4 days with long running WUs, probably 5 if they were all VLARs.
On my i7 even with all VLARs the present limits wouldn't give me a days work.
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Message 1324929 - Posted: 5 Jan 2013, 15:03:15 UTC

I'm concern that they haven't powered down for the scheduled electrical work. I'm concerned because I could see that the staff was told the work was delayed but sometime today someone else will simply cut the power, leading to a mess that'll take days to restore.
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Message 1324945 - Posted: 5 Jan 2013, 15:40:24 UTC

The fact that Matt has sent out a message saying that the outage has been cancelled indicates that the outage for the repairs to the SSL-wide power systems has been cancelled for this weekend, and that the whole of the SSL will be breathing a communal sigh of relief. One of two things has happened - the uni has not been able to undertake the repairs this weekend for whatever reason, or the uni has found a way to conduct the repairs without shutting down the whole of the SSL. I suspect the former is the more probable, so there will be a planned outage for the work to be done, and there will be notice of it being done so the whole lab can prepared for it.

(We are looking forward to version four of a similar outage where I work.)
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Message 1324951 - Posted: 5 Jan 2013, 15:59:21 UTC

Looks like there can be some outage on Monday, though.
IST Service Status writes:

Scheduled Outage Space Sciences Laboratory

Outage Type: SCHEDULED OUTAGE
Date Submitted: Monday, January 7, 2013
Outage Start/End Time: 0630 – 0700
Groups Impacted: Space Sciences Laboratory
Equipment: sut1ds, sslringsut1fes

Description: Users on the PPCS-SSL-net_169.229.155.240/29 subnet will be without network connectivity while a switchport is reconfigured.

But perhaps that it only affects the forums, and not the data carrier.
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Message 1324957 - Posted: 5 Jan 2013, 16:05:14 UTC - in response to Message 1324951.

Looks like there can be some outage on Monday, though.
IST Service Status writes:
Scheduled Outage Space Sciences Laboratory

Outage Type: SCHEDULED OUTAGE
Date Submitted: Monday, January 7, 2013
Outage Start/End Time: 0630 – 0700
Groups Impacted: Space Sciences Laboratory
Equipment: sut1ds, sslringsut1fes

Description: Users on the PPCS-SSL-net_169.229.155.240/29 subnet will be without network connectivity while a switchport is reconfigured.

But perhaps that it only affects the forums, and not the data carrier.

Only half an hour allotted, and before normal working hours at Berkeley - should be minimal impact on us, probably just the forums and front page.
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Message 1325024 - Posted: 5 Jan 2013, 18:53:33 UTC

This is an ITS outage, not a power outage, and it only affects (one of) the out of building switches, so the servers will be able to carry on, but there may be no out of building connectivity depending on which switch they are working on and how that switch is being reconfigured.
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Message 1325032 - Posted: 5 Jan 2013, 19:15:13 UTC - in response to Message 1324930.
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I'm concern that they haven't powered down for the scheduled electrical work. I'm concerned because I could see that the staff was told the work was delayed but sometime today someone else will simply cut the power, leading to a mess that'll take days to restore.

Keith...

I am sure they have it covered.
The work was rescheduled.
I am sure we shall see a notice when they are gonna do it.
They're not simply gonna cut out the line to the SSL without notice.

I take it you haven't worked with contractors, utilities or a university maintenance department before. It makes those 6 hour windows for the cable guy seem downright convenient. ;)

Edit: Okay, they did canceled it. Now back to your previously scheduled grumblings already in progress.
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Message 1325036 - Posted: 5 Jan 2013, 19:36:58 UTC - in response to Message 1325024.

which switch they are working on and how that switch is being reconfigured.

That can be :-
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Message 1325042 - Posted: 5 Jan 2013, 19:51:33 UTC

Just now downloads are back to their normal - about as fast as a snail with arthritis moving across coarse glass paper...

Unlike when there were 4,000,000 awaiting download when I couldn't get any, but downloads were fast.

I just wonder if they were trying to see what happens if you overfill the tanks, and at what point the downloads "work well". Keep going down, its a long way below the current level.
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Message 1325050 - Posted: 5 Jan 2013, 20:36:39 UTC - in response to Message 1325042.

Just now downloads are back to their normal - about as fast as a snail with arthritis moving across coarse glass paper...

Scheduler response times are still measured in seconds though, here at home at least. I wish they'd start to increase the limits a bit though, my faster machines can't last too long a break at 100 GPU WUs/machine.
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Message 1325058 - Posted: 5 Jan 2013, 20:54:57 UTC - in response to Message 1325050.

I wish they'd start to increase the limits a bit though, my faster machines can't last too long a break at 100 GPU WUs/machine.

Or 100 per CPU.

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Message 1325069 - Posted: 5 Jan 2013, 21:56:42 UTC

Just now downloads are back to their normal - about as fast as a snail with arthritis moving across coarse glass paper...


Hmm that fast!! I was getting speeds of 350K now I'm lucky if it 3K!!
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Message 1325255 - Posted: 6 Jan 2013, 13:29:58 UTC

I notice this morning that my pc 6738288 has marked around 100 tasks as abandoned. What caused this and is there anything I need to do? It hasn't abandoned anymore in the past 6-7 hours and appears to be working. Boinc tasks is reporting about 200 tasks on the pc but the web site reports about 120.

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Message 1325270 - Posted: 6 Jan 2013, 13:45:32 UTC - in response to Message 1325263.

I notice this morning that my pc 6738288 has marked around 100 tasks as abandoned. What caused this and is there anything I need to do? It hasn't abandoned anymore in the past 6-7 hours and appears to be working. Boinc tasks is reporting about 200 tasks on the pc but the web site reports about 120.

thanks...Frank

Random task abandonment has been reported before. Nothing you can or need to do on your end. Just keep crunching, and if the servers pick up the problem, they might resend the missing tasks. If not, no worries, they'll get crunched by somebody sooner or later.



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