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1) Message boards : Number crunching : Seti@home @ ps3 (Message 1559324)
Posted 7 days ago by Profile Link
It looks like the apps are still up there, but they are very old. From the MB v5.x & AP v5.x days. So I'm not sure they are viable anymore.

They are for sure not, we are using now MB v7 and AP v6, AP v7 coming "soon".
2) Message boards : Number crunching : Some questions about BOINC for Android... (Message 1552943)
Posted 21 days ago by Profile Link
Got again a WU with lots of "stackdumps unavailable" and restarts in the std_err. WU 3664664147.

Any ideas why this is happening?
3) Message boards : Number crunching : Some questions about BOINC for Android... (Message 1549800)
Posted 28 days ago by Profile Link
Any ideas what can cause this:

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Flopcounter: 36638428715310.914062

Spike count: 0
Autocorr count: 0
Pulse count: 0
Triplet count: 0
Gaussian count: 1
11:57:00 (5390): called boinc_finish

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The WU finished OK and was valid, but I guess this should not look like that.
4) Message boards : Number crunching : Net Neutrality (Message 1540724)
Posted 45 days ago by Profile Link
Just because you pay to get "X" and someone else pays to get "Y" doesn't mean that the infrastructure exists at all points between X and Y to get you the same access to "X" as you might have to "Z."

That's not a problem as long as all packets on all points are treated with the same priority. That's net neutrality. Net neutrality has nothing to do with unlimited resources. What voids the net neutrality is when some packets are artificially slowed down while others are not.
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Net Neutrality (Message 1540280)
Posted 46 days ago by Profile Link
Think about Netflix, or YouTube with HD streaming. Spotify, Rhapsody, etc... They burn a lot of bandwidth and someone has to "provide" that bandwidth. So is it fair to tell Comcast (who sells pay-per-view movies) that they have to provide Netflix with unlimited bandwidth "for free?"

No, not for free. Those companys pay to their ISP for the used bandwidth like everyone else, who has own website, they don't get it for free, just like for example SETI don't get access to internet for free too, they have to pay for it. The users, who use these websites pay for the access to internet as well. So half way is paid by the owners of the websites, the other half by the users. So there's nothing for free, even if ISPs try to convince everybody, that website owners get access to the internet for free. That's a lie. Actually the ISP want to have the 2nd half of the way paid twice, once by the user and once by the website owners.
6) Message boards : Number crunching : new Android version coming (Message 1524369)
Posted 84 days ago by Profile Link
Eric just announced in the Beta forum that he will push 7.28, both Neon and non-Neon, over here to Main during the outrage next Tuesday.

Looks like he didn't, we are still on 7.21.
7) Message boards : Number crunching : Some questions about BOINC for Android... (Message 1522742)
Posted 89 days ago by Profile Link
Works OK so far, but how do I get this thing to build up a WU cache? There's nothing in the local settings like in the desktop version of BOINC, or at least I can't find it. I changed my online settings to 3 + additional 0.01 days, which should be OK for BOINC v7 AFAIK, but still BOINC requests a new WU just about half an hour before the old one finishes, which is of course not enough if it happens during the weekly outage for example.
8) Message boards : Number crunching : AMD Athlon 64 3500+ system with PCI-e (Message 1520248)
Posted 96 days ago by Profile Link
Sad thing was, HP installed XP Pro 32-bit. They should have installed XP Pro x64... I have my XP Pro x64, and will be installing it in the next couple of days. Today, I re-installed the original 512 MB RAM into slots 3 and 4; so, now the system has 2.5 GB RAM, total.

If the machine had 512MB RAM in it's original configuration, 32-bit was a good choice, also with 2.5GB I'd recommend to stay with 32-bit if you don't plan to add more RAM, unless you actually plan to run some 64-bit software of course.
9) Message boards : Number crunching : Some questions about BOINC for Android... (Message 1517402)
Posted 102 days ago by Profile Link
@Claggy: OK, thanks. I somehow could not find the preferences before, now I found them (although I'm pretty sure I tried opening them before the same way and it didn't work). :D
10) Message boards : Number crunching : Some questions about BOINC for Android... (Message 1517364)
Posted 102 days ago by Profile Link
So, I have something new to play with and I installed BOINC on it... seems to work OK so far, at least WUProp, SETI will see later, but I have some questions already:

1. Is there any posibility to tell BOINC not to stop crunching when I turn on the screen, i.e. something like "Suspend work while computer is in use?" -> no.

2. According to the Android FAQ BOINC won't download any work if not on WiFi. Any possibility to remove that silly limitation? Since this device is sometimes going to be used as a internet router for longer periods of time, this would be very annoing.

That would be everything for now, but I might find more annoing things later...


EDIT:

3. Network access like to "normal" BOINC clients possible, so if I want to see what it is doing, than I can check from another computer?
11) Message boards : Number crunching : BOINC Software is making my Mac really, really slow (Message 1509904)
Posted 120 days ago by Profile Link
I think that most people have found that Seti V7 is a lot more resource hungry than v6 was.

Don't know about the GPU apps, but I didn't notice any difference with the CPU apps. No slow downs, about the same RAM usage, same temperatures, they just run longer. And on my ancient hardware I'm sure I'd be the first one to notice if it was slowing down anything...
12) Message boards : Number crunching : Zero day IE vulnerability. Effects all OS's. XP users not to get a fix. - Update published (Message 1509660)
Posted 120 days ago by Profile Link
If you are still using IE on your XP crunchers it would probably be a good time to find a new browser.

Currently this applies actually to all IE versions, not only those on Windows XP. The difference is, that Vista/7/8 users will get an update one day and XP users not.

A good time to find a new browser was long time ago, around the time when IE6 was the current version and Microsoft didn't bother to improve it and Firefox 1.x came out. IE 10 and 11 are OK, but regardless of this current issue I wouldn't use IE8, which is the latest version available for WinXP.
13) Message boards : Number crunching : Going Away (Message 1508310)
Posted 124 days ago by Profile Link
But we will be going away for about a month. I hate to stop this momentum, but is it a good idea to let it run on its own for a month whilst we are away?

That depends on if crunching is so important to you that you want to pay for it (electricity, wear out on computer parts). In general computers are (or should be) able to run a month without that anybody needs to watch them.


So to stop it, should I select "no new tasks" or just shut down the computer?

What will happen to my sixteen "In Progress" WUs that won't be completed before their deadlines?

Just make sure to finish all "shorties" and Astropulse WUs, other SETI WUs have a deadline of almost 2 months, so they can wait on your computer till you come back. I also have WUs waiting for me to come back home on my computers 6026392 and 7056514.
14) Message boards : Number crunching : Correct delete of HDD before new OS install? (Message 1505097)
Posted 132 days ago by Profile Link
If the data is that sensitive smash the HDD with a hammer several times and cast them into the sea. This works on all types of drives BTW.

Sensitive data should only be stored on encrypted drives or inside encrypted file containers like those offered by TrueCrypt.

For working with sensitive data the entire drive including the system partition should be encrypted anyway as many programs might write parts of the sensitive files for example into your temp directory.
15) Message boards : Number crunching : Overheating on laptops (Message 1504491)
Posted 133 days ago by Profile Link
I don't think it's a good idea to run SETI on a laptop. Who knows how much you're lowering its life expectancy and it's not like you can open it up and replace a part.

Don't know... my laptop is now over 8 years old, it run 38,000+ hours so far according to the information I get from the HDD, not all of it with BOINC, but most. No problems here, ~55°C on the CPU now, up to 63°C when it's really hot in summer. OK, I modified the cooling a bit and undervolted the CPU, so it's running about 25-30°C cooler that it would without this modifications...
16) Message boards : Number crunching : Correct delete of HDD before new OS install? (Message 1504489)
Posted 133 days ago by Profile Link
msattler wrote:
It's been a while, but if you boot directly from the install CD, does it not also give you the option of deleting the partitions from the target HD?

Yes, it does and that's pretty much all I use. Delete all old partitions, create new ones and quick format them or just quick format the system partition if I want to keep the data on the other ones (which is the more common case).

Except for cases like that:
jason_gee wrote:
I've done it before on 'cranky' drives, and works a treat sometimes to bring drives like new, before OS fresh install :).

Here it really might help to completely erase the dirive, either it's OK after that or it was the last time it was in use.

I also always wipe a drive if I retire it just so it is done once I decide to bin it or if someone else wants to have it.
17) Message boards : Number crunching : Overheating on laptops (Message 1503533)
Posted 136 days ago by Profile Link
I noticed that when the application is running, my laptop battery often becomes very hot. This concerns me, because sometimes it is so hot that I can barely touch it. I have revised my computing settings to reduce the percentage of CPU usage during sessions. Will this help? What other methods or preferences can be employed to minimize overheating?

Well, there are many things you can try:
- remove the battery when you don't need it (if possible)
- use less CPU cores, for your i7 with 4 real and 8 virtual cores I'd try 50% first (I would definitely not recommend not using 100% CPU time)
- don't use both GPUs
18) Message boards : Number crunching : WinXP EOS -> it's really unsafe after April 08, 2014? (Message 1500646)
Posted 143 days ago by Profile Link
From what I read in the web, the bad people eagerly await this date, because they know opened doors already for to attack WinXP PCs then.
Is this true?
Or incorrect information in order to sell more Microsoft OS's? ;-)

We will know that in the next few weeks, now nobody can tell you that.



IIRC, my WinXP PC didn't got security updates after I installed WinXP SP3.
So maybe the last 3 years no new security update.
It looks like my PC got never a virus. At least the virus tool found no virus. ;-)
But, I'm already unsafe in the web?

Than if you have not installed any updates since the release of SP3, which was released 2008 BTW, why are you worried, that you won't be able to do it in the future? With just SP3 and no updates after that at all you're probably more unsafe now than you'll ever be with a full patched WinXP.



I have my WinXP PC at a DSL Router. He have a hardware firewall.
Or is there no difference between modem (directly) and router (firewall) connection?

That helps a lot.



If I go at April 09 with my Firefox (latest/newest v28) into the web (still with WinXP), it could be dangerous?
How I could infect my WinXP PC?
If I go to a hacked (or bad) website?

That can always happen, nevermind which Windows and which browser you use, but of course you should always try to use products, which are still getting security updates, so at least you should not use IE8, which won't get updates anymore. Also you will get new updates the 8th (if you actually install them). The first patch day, when WinXP won't get updates is the 13th May and it probably wouldn't have get any updates before that anyway, regardless of EOS.



Or if the WinXP PC is just connected to the internet (my DSL router (PC) is (must be) 24/7 online, because VoIP (web phone))?

As long as the computer is behind a firewall (router), it's not a big issue, more important is the software that actually uses the connection.


That being said, I still use my WinXP laptop, which is not really Win7/8 compatible and I will use it just like nothing happened, but of course I watch it more carefully. The other WinXP machine I have is just a BOINC cruncher, it contacts only project servers (and MS and Avast update servers), so I don't see there any issues at all.
19) Message boards : Number crunching : Letter to Professor Stuart Bale, Director SSL (Message 1498129)
Posted 148 days ago by Profile Link
It gives a bad image of our community and harms us.

It gives an image of community, which is slowly falling apart because of this issue. So if anything, than it is CN that harms the community (and maybe even science if we also consider all those aborted MB WUs) and not this letter.

But Science is more important than credits.
And although I agree that the credits are very important.
I will not leave the project, and my teammates either, for a history of credits...

For you and most of your teammates it may be so, for many others it isn't. It's not only about people leaving, those do no real harm to the project, but it's also about people aborting MB WUs for to crunch more AP. I wonder how many MB WUs has already not been crunched and marked as bad with too many errors because of that. So giving the correct amount of credits might indeed have something to do with the quality of the science we are doing here.
20) Message boards : Number crunching : Letter to Professor Stuart Bale, Director SSL (Message 1498116)
Posted 148 days ago by Profile Link
You should not have addressed for one person who is not directly in charge of the SETI@home project.

People in charge of SETI@home have been addressed often enough, Eric has try few tweeks, David doesn't seem to care and as far as I have read in the forums still thinks that there's nothing wrong with CreditNew.



It gives a bad image of our community and harms us.

It gives an image of community, which is slowly falling apart because of this issue. So if anything, than it is CN that harms the community (and maybe even science if we also consider all those aborted MB WUs) and not this letter.


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