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Message 1879794 - Posted: 23 Jul 2017, 0:32:53 UTC

Uploads have been slow all day but they do go thru.
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Message 1879809 - Posted: 23 Jul 2017, 1:16:07 UTC - in response to Message 1879792.  


. .Yep, this morning the uploads are very slow and take several retries.

. . And of course it is now the wee small hours of Sunday in Berkeley.

Um.........
It's 5:30PM Saturday in Berkeley.


. . Yep my mistake, I was converting to UTC not Berkeley time ...

. . Still unlikely there will be anyone looking into it ...

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Message 1879824 - Posted: 23 Jul 2017, 2:38:29 UTC

Whatever it was, haven't seen it in an hour or so ...
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Message 1879834 - Posted: 23 Jul 2017, 3:04:29 UTC - in response to Message 1879824.  

Yes, uploads seem fine now. I guess the ET porn is done :D
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Message 1880690 - Posted: 28 Jul 2017, 1:42:59 UTC

Anyone getting any GBT work?

Lately it seems that after the weekly outage, i'll get (roughly) 50/50 Arecibo/GBT. As the week goes by, the amount of GBT work tends to dry up. Occasionally I get a batch of GBT WUs, but over all they're probably about 15% or less of my current cache.
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Message 1880693 - Posted: 28 Jul 2017, 2:00:59 UTC - in response to Message 1880690.  

In short, no. I've not had any GBT work in the last 14 to 15 hours, perhaps - I only looked after seeing your post. All I've got at the moment, is about 12 WUs for the CPU.
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Message 1880694 - Posted: 28 Jul 2017, 2:02:13 UTC - in response to Message 1880690.  

Anyone getting any GBT work?

Lately it seems that after the weekly outage, i'll get (roughly) 50/50 Arecibo/GBT. As the week goes by, the amount of GBT work tends to dry up. Occasionally I get a batch of GBT WUs, but over all they're probably about 15% or less of my current cache.

Nope. I have received a 90/10% split of Arecibo/GBT work since the recovery of the servers on Tuesday.

I have nothing but Arecibo work delivered today on each request.
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Message 1880705 - Posted: 28 Jul 2017, 2:33:07 UTC - in response to Message 1880694.  

Because I'm hogging all of them...lol...

Beside, aren't you rescheduling your GBT work to your CPU?
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Message 1880711 - Posted: 28 Jul 2017, 3:17:27 UTC - in response to Message 1880705.  

Yes, on the Windows systems. I can't for some reason get the rescheduler to work on the new Linux system host Darksider. Just says there are no tasks to move. There are in fact. Haven't received any reply yet from my PM to Mr. Kevvy.
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Message 1880739 - Posted: 28 Jul 2017, 6:24:07 UTC - in response to Message 1880690.  

Anyone getting any GBT work?

Lately it seems that after the weekly outage, i'll get (roughly) 50/50 Arecibo/GBT. As the week goes by, the amount of GBT work tends to dry up. Occasionally I get a batch of GBT WUs, but over all they're probably about 15% or less of my current cache.


. . I am finding them scarce as well ...

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Message 1880741 - Posted: 28 Jul 2017, 6:27:33 UTC - in response to Message 1880711.  

Yes, on the Windows systems. I can't for some reason get the rescheduler to work on the new Linux system host Darksider. Just says there are no tasks to move. There are in fact. Haven't received any reply yet from my PM to Mr. Kevvy.


. . That's the same problem I had. I never got a reply from MyKevvy so I gave up ... :)

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Message 1880799 - Posted: 28 Jul 2017, 16:48:57 UTC - in response to Message 1880741.  

Yes, on the Windows systems. I can't for some reason get the rescheduler to work on the new Linux system host Darksider. Just says there are no tasks to move. There are in fact. Haven't received any reply yet from my PM to Mr. Kevvy.


. . That's the same problem I had. I never got a reply from MyKevvy so I gave up ... :)

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I haven't had any troubles getting a PM reply from Mr. Kevvy. He pointed out promptly my dumbass invocation for the rescheduler last week. Still trying to remember the differences between linux command parameters and Windows command parameters.
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Message 1880831 - Posted: 28 Jul 2017, 21:13:26 UTC - in response to Message 1880799.  


I haven't had any troubles getting a PM reply from Mr. Kevvy. He pointed out promptly my dumbass invocation for the rescheduler last week. Still trying to remember the differences between linux command parameters and Windows command parameters.


. . Care to share ??

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Message 1880855 - Posted: 28 Jul 2017, 23:21:33 UTC - in response to Message 1880831.  

I was trying to pass on the b and o command line parameters, so I did just what I normally do in Windows ....[GUPPIRescheduler -b -o] WRONG! You have to use the linux command line syntax. [GUPPIRescheduler --b --o] I keep forgetting you have to use those double hyphens before a parameter in linux.
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Message 1880858 - Posted: 28 Jul 2017, 23:35:24 UTC - in response to Message 1880855.  

I was trying to pass on the b and o command line parameters, so I did just what I normally do in Windows ....[GUPPIRescheduler -b -o] WRONG! You have to use the linux command line syntax. [GUPPIRescheduler --b --o] I keep forgetting you have to use those double hyphens before a parameter in linux.


. . Yep Keith, it does get confusing (well to me at least).

. . So have you managed to get it to actually reschedule anything ???

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Message 1880859 - Posted: 28 Jul 2017, 23:39:33 UTC

. . I really, really do not understand the work scheduler/server arrangement at SETI.

. . Both of my Linux machines are getting a significant run of GBT tasks at the moment, so I opened up the cache of the Windows machine to hoepfully get a run of them as well and bloooeey, a huge run of Arecibo tasks. How many servers are there and are they on the same planet? It is like they are worlds apart and the different machines will only access a particular server.

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Message 1880873 - Posted: 29 Jul 2017, 1:09:40 UTC - in response to Message 1880858.  

I was trying to pass on the b and o command line parameters, so I did just what I normally do in Windows ....[GUPPIRescheduler -b -o] WRONG! You have to use the linux command line syntax. [GUPPIRescheduler --b --o] I keep forgetting you have to use those double hyphens before a parameter in linux.


. . Yep Keith, it does get confusing (well to me at least).

. . So have you managed to get it to actually reschedule anything ???

Stephen

??

Hi Stephen, unfortunately ..... no. I think the issue is the plan class and the CUDA80 tasks. I don't think the Rescheduler know how to handle them. I bet if you weren't running the special app and just mainstream SoG app, that the reschedule would work just as it usually does in Windows. Mr. Kevvy will have to chime in here to straighten the confusion out I think.

root@Darksider:/home/keith/Desktop/BOINC_7.8# ./GUPPIRescheduler
Mr. Kevvy's GUPPI Rescheduler v0.51 - (c)2016 Kevin Dorner

Reading configuration files...
Found sched_request GPU platform=x86_64-pc-linux-gnu app_version=0 version_num=801
CPU platform=x86_64-pc-linux-gnu app_version=2 version_num=801 and GPU plan_class=cuda80
Searching for and moving workunits in client state...
No non-GUPPI workunits are assigned to CPU to move to GPU; no changes made.
root@Darksider:/home/keith/Desktop/BOINC_7.8# 

And yes, there are non-GUPPI tasks assigned to the CPU.
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Message 1880874 - Posted: 29 Jul 2017, 1:12:41 UTC - in response to Message 1880859.  

. . I really, really do not understand the work scheduler/server arrangement at SETI.

. . Both of my Linux machines are getting a significant run of GBT tasks at the moment, so I opened up the cache of the Windows machine to hoepfully get a run of them as well and bloooeey, a huge run of Arecibo tasks. How many servers are there and are they on the same planet? It is like they are worlds apart and the different machines will only access a particular server.

Stephen

:(

I've suspected ever since I put the Ryzen system online, that the servers direct tasks specifically toward hosts with specific hardware. What you've observed on your own hosts does not surprise me at all. I think the servers run by their own inscrutable rules.
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Message 1880930 - Posted: 29 Jul 2017, 11:04:32 UTC - in response to Message 1880874.  


I've suspected ever since I put the Ryzen system online, that the servers direct tasks specifically toward hosts with specific hardware. What you've observed on your own hosts does not surprise me at all. I think the servers run by their own inscrutable rules.


. . It certainly does seem that way ...

Stephen

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