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Message 1391618 - Posted: 17 Jul 2013, 13:49:31 UTC

(84) is getting long in the tooth, time for another one.

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Message 1391671 - Posted: 17 Jul 2013, 16:34:29 UTC

And perhaps it would be nice now to keep this thread about server problems..........
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Message 1391794 - Posted: 17 Jul 2013, 22:19:30 UTC - in response to Message 1391671.  

And perhaps it would be nice now to keep this thread about server problems..........

I completely agree. At the time of writing this everything looks good on the server front
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Message 1391855 - Posted: 18 Jul 2013, 3:57:00 UTC - in response to Message 1391794.  

And perhaps it would be nice now to keep this thread about server problems..........

I completely agree. At the time of writing this everything looks good on the server front

Except you'll have those relying on AP work complaining soon enough as they wait about a week for all those MB files to be finished being split. :-D

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Message 1392115 - Posted: 18 Jul 2013, 18:10:53 UTC - in response to Message 1391855.  

And perhaps it would be nice now to keep this thread about server problems..........

I completely agree. At the time of writing this everything looks good on the server front

Except you'll have those relying on AP work complaining soon enough as they wait about a week for all those MB files to be finished being split. :-D

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Message 1392556 - Posted: 19 Jul 2013, 21:20:48 UTC - in response to Message 1392115.  


May be a problem- transitioners all show red & although the splitters show green, no work is being split. Ready-to-send buffer is slowly shrinking.
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Message 1392583 - Posted: 19 Jul 2013, 22:16:38 UTC

Validations have ceased. For me, nothing has been validated for a couple hours...
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Message 1392638 - Posted: 20 Jul 2013, 0:08:46 UTC - in response to Message 1392583.  

Validations have ceased. For me, nothing has been validated for a couple hours...



Yup validation seems dead right now. I have lots of WU's finished by both me and my wingman, not being validated. It started just before all transitioners went red.
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Message 1392645 - Posted: 20 Jul 2013, 0:25:49 UTC - in response to Message 1392638.  

Validations have ceased. For me, nothing has been validated for a couple hours...



Yup validation seems dead right now. I have lots of WU's finished by both me and my wingman, not being validated. It started just before all transitioners went red.

This could solve the credit new dilemma.
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Message 1392648 - Posted: 20 Jul 2013, 0:34:04 UTC - in response to Message 1392638.  

Validations have ceased. For me, nothing has been validated for a couple hours...



Yup validation seems dead right now. I have lots of WU's finished by both me and my wingman, not being validated. It started just before all transitioners went red.


Validation has slowed, but, at least for me, is continuing over the last hour or so.
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Message 1392733 - Posted: 20 Jul 2013, 5:12:28 UTC - in response to Message 1392648.  


Well that's different.
In the past there have been a few spikes in the result creation rate, but i've always considerd them either glitches or very short transients. But there are several spikes of 200+/s (a maximum of 416/s) showing on the graph, and the ready-to-send buffer shows a corresponding increase.
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Message 1392808 - Posted: 20 Jul 2013, 11:34:14 UTC

I dunno.....
Datasets keep getting added to the splitter queue and AP is being split.

But sooner or later things are gonna have to settle down to a LONG spell of MB only work, methinks. The splitter queue cannot continue to grow forever.

Which is just okee dokee for the kitties, they munch MB up just fine as well.
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Message 1393274 - Posted: 21 Jul 2013, 15:49:56 UTC - in response to Message 1392808.  
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I dunno.....
Datasets keep getting added to the splitter queue and AP is being split.

But sooner or later things are gonna have to settle down to a LONG spell of MB only work, methinks. The splitter queue cannot continue to grow forever.

You know that, I know that, I'm sure the project knows that. I can't help thinking (hoping?) that they have some plan to advance that's not yet quite ready for prime time.

Which is just okee dokee for the kitties, they munch MB up just fine as well.

I'm desperately waiting for a (semi-)official Linux MB app -- I can and do compile my own, but not on all machines, and the need for an app_info.xml to use it rather complicates things. E.g. I've lost the system drive on my home XP workstation and while I try to recover the disk image I'm temporarily running Mint Linux off an 8 GB USB stick, with "stock" apps. It's crunching APs in 45 minutes on the GTX560 at an RAC rate approaching what it was getting with Windows MB units (21k/day), but when they aren't available the two-core Athlon64 CPU can only manage about 2k/day on CPU apps.
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Message 1393357 - Posted: 21 Jul 2013, 18:59:50 UTC - in response to Message 1393274.  

I dunno.....
Datasets keep getting added to the splitter queue and AP is being split.

But sooner or later things are gonna have to settle down to a LONG spell of MB only work, methinks. The splitter queue cannot continue to grow forever.

You know that, I know that, I'm sure the project knows that. I can't help thinking (hoping?) that they have some plan to advance that's not yet quite ready for prime time.

Which is just okee dokee for the kitties, they munch MB up just fine as well.

I'm desperately waiting for a (semi-)official Linux MB app -- I can and do compile my own, but not on all machines, and the need for an app_info.xml to use it rather complicates things. E.g. I've lost the system drive on my home XP workstation and while I try to recover the disk image I'm temporarily running Mint Linux off an 8 GB USB stick, with "stock" apps. It's crunching APs in 45 minutes on the GTX560 at an RAC rate approaching what it was getting with Windows MB units (21k/day), but when they aren't available the two-core Athlon64 CPU can only manage about 2k/day on CPU apps.


Definitely going slowly on my end at the moment due to:
-apparent hardware failure. my backup 480 doesn't seem to run anymore, not sure what's up with that, and X display chews up too much video mem on the backup 9600GSO *sigh* so back to the flaky 260 as soon as I can.
-Been running into strange issues with 32 bit builds, as no doubt Aaron did back with x41g, so only x64 was released at the time. Will need investigation.
- dislocating my shoulder 3 weeks ago hasn't helped either, along with a number of annoying real life things cropping up.

With a bit of luck should be back on track soon. I'm hopeful that once release form is brought up to scratch with a minimal dependency, fault tolerant, 32 bit build, then it's full steam ahead for some GK110 targeted optimisations and redesigns preparing for the next architecture. From there on, keeping cross-platform in lockstep is a major goal, to support more heterogeneous processing arrangements.

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Message 1393370 - Posted: 21 Jul 2013, 20:03:01 UTC - in response to Message 1393357.  


I'm desperately waiting for a (semi-)official Linux MB app -- I can and do compile my own, but not on all machines, and the need for an app_info.xml to use it rather complicates things. E.g. I've lost the system drive on my home XP workstation and while I try to recover the disk image I'm temporarily running Mint Linux off an 8 GB USB stick, with "stock" apps. It's crunching APs in 45 minutes on the GTX560 at an RAC rate approaching what it was getting with Windows MB units (21k/day), but when they aren't available the two-core Athlon64 CPU can only manage about 2k/day on CPU apps.


Definitely going slowly on my end at the moment due to:
-apparent hardware failure. my backup 480 doesn't seem to run anymore, not sure what's up with that, and X display chews up too much video mem on the backup 9600GSO *sigh* so back to the flaky 260 as soon as I can.
-Been running into strange issues with 32 bit builds, as no doubt Aaron did back with x41g, so only x64 was released at the time. Will need investigation.
- dislocating my shoulder 3 weeks ago hasn't helped either, along with a number of annoying real life things cropping up.

Definitely sympathise with all of those. I have a pressing need to replace my front door after a police "surprise" visit; I have a quote but I just can't find the spare time to ring the builder and organise an appointment to do it.

With a bit of luck should be back on track soon. I'm hopeful that once release form is brought up to scratch with a minimal dependency, fault tolerant, 32 bit build, then it's full steam ahead for some GK110 targeted optimisations and redesigns preparing for the next architecture. From there on, keeping cross-platform in lockstep is a major goal, to support more heterogeneous processing arrangements.

All in good time, I'm not particularly concerned about my RAC with all the kerfuffle with the V7 apps. Later this year I'll start on an efficiency drive.
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Message 1393404 - Posted: 21 Jul 2013, 22:38:24 UTC - in response to Message 1393370.  

... I have a pressing need to replace my front door after a police "surprise" visit; I have a quote but I just can't find the spare time to ring the builder and organise an appointment to do it.


Ha! Just like back in Melbourne :D

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Message 1393828 - Posted: 23 Jul 2013, 4:51:24 UTC - in response to Message 1393404.  

I have 5 entrees in "Error" that relate to work units in 2010. Any chance of a clean up in the near future ??

The data below is just a straight copy and paste effort...


1675802993 631643766 4203854 6 Aug 2010, 23:13:18 UTC 20 Sep 2010, 0:52:04 UTC Abandoned 0.00 0.00 --- SETI@home Enhanced
Anonymous platform (CPU)

1663412662 635297741 6731309 20 Jul 2010, 11:42:01 UTC 20 Sep 2010, 0:44:53 UTC Timed out - no response 0.00 0.00 --- SETI@home Enhanced
Anonymous platform (NVIDIA GPU)

1662169951 634762204 6731309 19 Jul 2010, 14:31:41 UTC 20 Sep 2010, 3:09:13 UTC Timed out - no response 0.00 0.00 --- SETI@home Enhanced
Anonymous platform (NVIDIA GPU)

1662169713 634762080 6731309 19 Jul 2010, 14:31:41 UTC 20 Sep 2010, 3:09:13 UTC Timed out - no response 0.00 0.00 --- SETI@home Enhanced
Anonymous platform (NVIDIA GPU)

1656706669 632280347 6731309 13 Jul 2010, 8:11:23 UTC 28 Aug 2010, 0:05:48 UTC Timed out - no response 0.00 0.00 --- SETI@home Enhanced
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Message 1394638 - Posted: 25 Jul 2013, 11:02:02 UTC

There's a certain type of tasks that I haven't seen for a couple of days now. I refuse to whine and bitch though.
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Message 1394664 - Posted: 25 Jul 2013, 13:10:00 UTC - in response to Message 1394638.  

There's a certain type of tasks that I haven't seen for a couple of days now. I refuse to whine and bitch though.

Are you sure?
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Message 1394667 - Posted: 25 Jul 2013, 13:21:05 UTC - in response to Message 1394664.  

There's a certain type of tasks that I haven't seen for a couple of days now. I refuse to whine and bitch though.

Are you sure?


Almost....:-)
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