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Message 1356408 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 0:03:38 UTC

Starting to warm up here in the northern hemisphere and I am once again only crunching on the GPU's until November.



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Message 1356417 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 1:12:54 UTC

Ok I've moved to Boinc 7.0.58 x64, so far, so good.


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Message 1356422 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 1:23:58 UTC - in response to Message 1356417.

Ok I've moved to Boinc 7.0.58 x64, so far, so good.

If you are not yet aware. BOINC v7 uses different cache settings. So instead of like 0 and 2, for a 2 day cache, you would want use 2 & 0.01.
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Message 1356424 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 1:27:00 UTC - in response to Message 1356408.

Starting to warm up here in the northern hemisphere and I am once again only crunching on the GPU's until November.

Luckily even through the buildup i'm still able to crunch on both CPu & GPUs. Although the CPU runs in the mid 80s°c & the GPU in the mid 70s° with the fans almost flat out, they keep cool enough to not produce errors.
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Message 1356432 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 2:06:40 UTC - in response to Message 1356422.
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Ok I've moved to Boinc 7.0.58 x64, so far, so good.

If you are not yet aware. BOINC v7 uses different cache settings. So instead of like 0 and 2, for a 2 day cache, you would want use 2 & 0.01.

Mine is set for (Maintain)0.15 and (and up to)3 days, not like I'll see that much, but...

I'm just having a problem with Boinctasks 1.46, I have to start BoincManager after BoincTasks to get Boinc to run, as starting Boinc from BT by itself doesn't seem to work like under 6.10.58, otherwise I'm not experiencing any problems. I've left a message to Fred on this.
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Message 1356433 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 2:25:32 UTC - in response to Message 1356432.

Ok I've moved to Boinc 7.0.58 x64, so far, so good.

If you are not yet aware. BOINC v7 uses different cache settings. So instead of like 0 and 2, for a 2 day cache, you would want use 2 & 0.01.

Mine is set for (Maintain)0.15 and (and up to)3 days, not like I'll see that much, but...

I'm just having a problem with Boinctasks 1.46, I have to start BoincManager after BoincTasks to get Boinc to run, as starting Boinc from BT by itself doesn't seem to work like under 6.10.58, otherwise I'm not experiencing any problems. I've left a message to Fred on this.

With those settings BOINC will build up 3.15 days of work and then not ask for more work until the queue gets down to .15 days. As v7 works in a high to low queue mode now unlike v6. Maybe that is what you want. Just wanted to make sure you were aware of the change.
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Message 1356434 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 2:35:37 UTC - in response to Message 1356433.

With those settings BOINC will build up 3.15 days of work and then not ask for more work until the queue gets down to .15 days. As v7 works in a high to low queue mode now unlike v6. Maybe that is what you want. Just wanted to make sure you were aware of the change.

Yep.
As i mentioned in the other thread, if you want to maintain the same amount of work that you had with v6.x, you have to swap the cache values around.
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Message 1356435 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 2:37:39 UTC - in response to Message 1356433.

Ok I've moved to Boinc 7.0.58 x64, so far, so good.

If you are not yet aware. BOINC v7 uses different cache settings. So instead of like 0 and 2, for a 2 day cache, you would want use 2 & 0.01.

Mine is set for (Maintain)0.15 and (and up to)3 days, not like I'll see that much, but...

I'm just having a problem with Boinctasks 1.46, I have to start BoincManager after BoincTasks to get Boinc to run, as starting Boinc from BT by itself doesn't seem to work like under 6.10.58, otherwise I'm not experiencing any problems. I've left a message to Fred on this.

With those settings BOINC will build up 3.15 days of work and then not ask for more work until the queue gets down to .15 days. As v7 works in a high to low queue mode now unlike v6. Maybe that is what you want. Just wanted to make sure you were aware of the change.

No, I'm talking about when one starts Boinc under BT, BT just has a lost connection status, I then have to start Boinc with BM, then close BM while leaving Boinc running. Fred should be able to handle this.
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Message 1356441 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 3:15:23 UTC - in response to Message 1356435.
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Looks like the shorty storm is abating. Network traffic has dropped off, results-returned-in-the-last-hour has declined, and the ready-to-send buffer is starting to recover.


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Message 1356444 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 3:42:52 UTC - in response to Message 1356435.

Ok I've moved to Boinc 7.0.58 x64, so far, so good.

If you are not yet aware. BOINC v7 uses different cache settings. So instead of like 0 and 2, for a 2 day cache, you would want use 2 & 0.01.

Mine is set for (Maintain)0.15 and (and up to)3 days, not like I'll see that much, but...

I'm just having a problem with Boinctasks 1.46, I have to start BoincManager after BoincTasks to get Boinc to run, as starting Boinc from BT by itself doesn't seem to work like under 6.10.58, otherwise I'm not experiencing any problems. I've left a message to Fred on this.

With those settings BOINC will build up 3.15 days of work and then not ask for more work until the queue gets down to .15 days. As v7 works in a high to low queue mode now unlike v6. Maybe that is what you want. Just wanted to make sure you were aware of the change.

No, I'm talking about when one starts Boinc under BT, BT just has a lost connection status, I then have to start Boinc with BM, then close BM while leaving Boinc running. Fred should be able to handle this.

I wasn't talking about Boinctasks at all. Just BOINC & the cache settings. The manager you use has nothing to do with it. Well at least when using the web preferences.
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Message 1356449 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 4:09:07 UTC - in response to Message 1356444.

Ok I've moved to Boinc 7.0.58 x64, so far, so good.

If you are not yet aware. BOINC v7 uses different cache settings. So instead of like 0 and 2, for a 2 day cache, you would want use 2 & 0.01.

Mine is set for (Maintain)0.15 and (and up to)3 days, not like I'll see that much, but...

I'm just having a problem with Boinctasks 1.46, I have to start BoincManager after BoincTasks to get Boinc to run, as starting Boinc from BT by itself doesn't seem to work like under 6.10.58, otherwise I'm not experiencing any problems. I've left a message to Fred on this.

With those settings BOINC will build up 3.15 days of work and then not ask for more work until the queue gets down to .15 days. As v7 works in a high to low queue mode now unlike v6. Maybe that is what you want. Just wanted to make sure you were aware of the change.

No, I'm talking about when one starts Boinc under BT, BT just has a lost connection status, I then have to start Boinc with BM, then close BM while leaving Boinc running. Fred should be able to handle this.

I wasn't talking about Boinctasks at all. Just BOINC & the cache settings. The manager you use has nothing to do with it. Well at least when using the web preferences.

Ok, but I was.
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Message 1356491 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 8:07:54 UTC


Another new record for download traffic- 470Mb/s.


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Message 1356513 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 9:53:38 UTC - in response to Message 1356491.
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also try 640+kB/s as a personal download high ... that's right, bytes not bits per second ... at N=2 it is taking about 2-3 sec to download an entire MB WU ... the 640+kB was on an AP WU ...

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Message 1356875 - Posted: 14 Apr 2013, 17:48:05 UTC - in response to Message 1356513.


Once again, the splitters are unable to keep up with demand, ready-to-send buffer continues to shrink.


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Message 1356881 - Posted: 14 Apr 2013, 17:53:31 UTC - in response to Message 1356875.


Once again, the splitters are unable to keep up with demand, ready-to-send buffer continues to shrink.

It's been hovering a bit over 90k for the last hour or two...
I seem to have misplaced the link for the server stats graphs that somebody posted a while back....that might confirm the trend.

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Message 1356886 - Posted: 14 Apr 2013, 18:05:29 UTC

I seem to have misplaced the link for the server stats graphs that somebody posted a while back....that might confirm the trend.

This one?
http://setistats.haveland.com/#seti@home
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Message 1356889 - Posted: 14 Apr 2013, 18:10:56 UTC - in response to Message 1356886.

I seem to have misplaced the link for the server stats graphs that somebody posted a while back....that might confirm the trend.

This one?
http://setistats.haveland.com/#seti@home

Yes! That is the one.
Thank you, Fred. I'll save that bookmark again.

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Message 1356903 - Posted: 14 Apr 2013, 18:35:50 UTC

Shorty batch. buh.


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Message 1356952 - Posted: 14 Apr 2013, 21:06:27 UTC - in response to Message 1356903.

Creation rate is low and certainly not keeping up with demand.

Maybe my backup projects will get a touch up.

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Message 1356964 - Posted: 14 Apr 2013, 22:11:22 UTC - in response to Message 1356881.
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http://setistats.haveland.com/#seti@home


Are these the graphs you are looking for ?




[Edit] Doh, someone already posted while I wasn't looking


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