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Message 1394706 - Posted: 25 Jul 2013, 15:16:02 UTC - in response to Message 1394701.  
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Using the values stated in the other postings today it looks like it is dropping ~50-80 an hour right now.
All of the tasks my PIII has are _2 and _3's. Hopefully the remaining tasks get processed instead of getting dumped into the max error pile from to many timeouts.

Send them here, and the kitties shall crunch.

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But it needs to have something to do! My two IBM servers set for only Enhanced v6 are idle. I could process the tasks there if I wanted to have them done sooner I guess.

Also we may get to see how many stuck tasks there arei n the system. Like this one I have had hanging around since 2010.
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Message 1394783 - Posted: 25 Jul 2013, 17:20:03 UTC

15447 It's dropping fast
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Message 1395140 - Posted: 26 Jul 2013, 13:32:19 UTC

14,481 left now.
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Message 1395142 - Posted: 26 Jul 2013, 13:44:53 UTC

Plus any that are going to time out on computers that are no longer crunching (like one of mine that suffered a fatal hard disk failure with about 82 v6 MBs on it)
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Message 1395143 - Posted: 26 Jul 2013, 13:48:06 UTC - in response to Message 1395142.  
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Plus any that are going to time out on computers that are no longer crunching (like one of mine that suffered a fatal hard disk failure with about 82 v6 MBs on it)


Tasks in progress from that page must include even those, since they are out in the field already. The fact that they will be sent out again, really doesn't make them any more in numbers, it will just take longer to finish those 14,481 tasks in progress, if some of them has to be sent out several times.
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Message 1395860 - Posted: 28 Jul 2013, 14:42:06 UTC

Tasks in progress from that page must include even those, since they are out in the field already. The fact that they will be sent out again, really doesn't make them any more in numbers, it will just take longer to finish those 14,481 tasks in progress, if some of them has to be sent out several times.

Now at 12,716 and dropping faster than I expected. I wonder how long it will take? I'll go out on a limb and make a forecast of Sep 23 (either a runout or the project throws in the towel on a few leftovers.)

PS That Project Status Page looks different today. Am I the only one?


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Message 1395862 - Posted: 28 Jul 2013, 14:55:41 UTC - in response to Message 1395860.  
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That page certainly looks weird.
On the top-right corner there is a logout URL, but it does not have my account name in front of it.

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PS That Project Status Page looks different today. Am I the only one?

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Message 1395864 - Posted: 28 Jul 2013, 15:09:10 UTC - in response to Message 1395862.  

That page certainly looks weird.
On the top-right corner there is a logout URL, but it does not have my account name in front of it.

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PS That Project Status Page looks different today. Am I the only one?


SETI does not actually use that page for status, they use this one.
http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/sah_status.html

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Message 1395871 - Posted: 28 Jul 2013, 15:25:01 UTC

SETI does not actually use that page for status, they use this one.
http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/sah_status.html


I realize that, we were just using the old Project Status page for the split between v6 and v7 mb. The totals are usually close. The page has straighted up on a refresh and looks normal now.
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Message 1396107 - Posted: 29 Jul 2013, 8:05:32 UTC - in response to Message 1395871.  



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Message 1396143 - Posted: 29 Jul 2013, 11:26:39 UTC

29 Jul 2013, 9:27:09 UTC, and we have 11,812 left.

The last countdown we had was with Astropulse v505. At the time, I did some linear projections to predict the date when the last one would disappear, but re-sends of the last few threw that out by several weeks, despite a database purge by the project administrators when there were 39 left. (As the numbers decrease, so does the linearity.)

So, this time I will only say that the last one won't have been crunched before 9 August 2013 at 13:23 UTC, and probably quite some time after that!
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Message 1396216 - Posted: 29 Jul 2013, 16:06:37 UTC

Well, since the new Lunatics optimized applications require SSE2 for MBv7, for me it will be goodbye SETI@home Enhanced, goodbye AthlonXP 2000+ and hello SSE2 capable Pentium 4 (which should be quite a bit faster from what I have seen, when I saw such CPUs as wingmen).

The AthlonXP has got about 20 hours of work left, so unless it can get any new WUs before these are done, tomorrow about at that time or little later the P4 should start crunching, if I'll have the time to swap the hardware and complete the software installation (done already part of it).
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Message 1396260 - Posted: 29 Jul 2013, 17:14:48 UTC - in response to Message 1396216.  

Well, since the new Lunatics optimized applications require SSE2 for MBv7, for me it will be goodbye SETI@home Enhanced, goodbye AthlonXP 2000+ and hello SSE2 capable Pentium 4 (which should be quite a bit faster from what I have seen, when I saw such CPUs as wingmen).

The AthlonXP has got about 20 hours of work left, so unless it can get any new WUs before these are done, tomorrow about at that time or little later the P4 should start crunching, if I'll have the time to swap the hardware and complete the software installation (done already part of it).

We did include stock for those few who don't have SSE2 or above?
IIRC especially on the Athlon the optimised version was a no-go.
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Message 1396311 - Posted: 29 Jul 2013, 19:28:56 UTC - in response to Message 1396260.  

Well, sure, I could run stock, but I have that P4 laying around and collecting dust since one or two years, so why not use it, specially as it will be faster than the AthlonXP, from what I have seen it will be about double as fast on Astropulse tasks, not sure how much on MB, but for sure not just little. Also with 1GB RAM I will have the possibility to have Rosetta as backup project. Actually I should have made that switch a lot earlier, would have completed more work that way, but since the machine worked without any issues, I wasn't in hurry to do that.
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Message 1396986 - Posted: 31 Jul 2013, 14:19:58 UTC
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My slowest machine has 40% complete on its last v6 task. With 10,216 remaining out in the field.
One of my 2 servers did get 6 _3's yesterday and pumped them out in short order. However 2 of those 6 are against GPU's that returned very high spike counts. So I expect those two tasks will have to go out at _4's
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Message 1397560 - Posted: 1 Aug 2013, 14:29:35 UTC - in response to Message 1394662.  

Got one with a 9/11/2013 7:00pm due by date.
Does that beat yours?


My last one has a due date of 14 Sep 2013, 0:12:10 UTC

I'm sure there's a "better" one out there!!

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I have one that says the Due Day is 16 Sep 2013, 18:34:03 UTC.
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Message 1397563 - Posted: 1 Aug 2013, 14:45:53 UTC

I have one due on Sep 19th.

Plus SETI Classic = 21,082 WUs
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Message 1397583 - Posted: 1 Aug 2013, 16:11:36 UTC

under 10k 9613 and counting down quickly
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Message 1398111 - Posted: 2 Aug 2013, 21:31:52 UTC

8,899
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Message 1399426 - Posted: 6 Aug 2013, 8:53:35 UTC

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