Posts by S@NL - Vipertje - D. van Es


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21) Message boards : Number crunching : SETI@Netherlands donation challenge for SETI@home (Message 1075320)
Posted 1296 days ago by Profile S@NL - Vipertje - D. van Es
It would be nice if the people that donate now to seti@netherlands what will be sended on the 1st of march to Berkeley, that they also get a donation star! ;) :)
22) Message boards : News : Arecibo Observatory Repair Status (Message 1052078)
Posted 1366 days ago by Profile S@NL - Vipertje - D. van Es
Aha, nice to know. I have got no response in this tread to bad! :(
23) Message boards : News : Arecibo Observatory Repair Status (Message 1051922)
Posted 1367 days ago by Profile S@NL - Vipertje - D. van Es
Update plz about the situation now!!!
24) Message boards : Number crunching : Name the newest member to the server family!!! (Message 1046180)
Posted 1392 days ago by Profile S@NL - Vipertje - D. van Es
Name: Scotty

He was a miracle worker and always got things fixed in time


I vote for this one! Specialy becourse I am Star Trek Fan! :P
25) Message boards : Technical News : new science DB server specs (made possible by the donation drive!) (Message 1033734)
Posted 1440 days ago by Profile S@NL - Vipertje - D. van Es
Very nice specs!!!!
That will do the job he has te do!!! ;) :P

But however, keep using the current server also even the older once, but let they do services the can do. This way you spreat the services on more servers! This way you have an extra backup! :)
26) Message boards : News : Arecibo Observatory Repair Status (Message 1033615)
Posted 1440 days ago by Profile S@NL - Vipertje - D. van Es
Is there any progress on the telescope???

Keep up the good work and take the time you need for making the performance on the servers and project beter!!! ;)
27) Message boards : Number crunching : Running SETI@home on an nVidia Fermi GPU (Message 1024922)
Posted 1474 days ago by Profile S@NL - Vipertje - D. van Es
I find this very funny. Everybody says, yes better performance and faster blablabla.

The thing is, I did try it out for a week a few weeks ago and it is NOT faster or better performance. It's just BS.

The thing is, yes do 3 wu's crunching at same time on fermi, BUT it also needs 3 times more from the cpu!

Normaly it uses for 1 wu between 10%-20%, now becource of 3 wu's it takes 30%-60% of the CPU. It slows the CPU down. And I thing that is not what you want to see!
28) Message boards : Technical News : Hocket (Aug 05 2010) (Message 1023410)
Posted 1481 days ago by Profile S@NL - Vipertje - D. van Es
But why is it unrealible? Are the servers the problem, or the people who install them, or the services they want to run on the servers???

I have almost never seen a unrealible server were the problem was the hardware, most of the cases were the problem blamed to the software or OS...
29) Message boards : Technical News : Hocket (Aug 05 2010) (Message 1023211)
Posted 1482 days ago by Profile S@NL - Vipertje - D. van Es
Thnx or the update Matt,

only one thing I don't understand. There is a lot spoken about not enough resources and yet you discharge two servers (again). Why don't you use it for services what the can do. Even it is only one or two services. I really don't understand it. Why not using older servers for one or two services like a one mb and ap splitter on the servers. When you but so much stuff and services on a server you are depending that the server must work and if you split it one much more server you have more a failsave if one goes down that the hole project don't go offline!!!

And reading your tech post for 2 years now I know that you have a lot of old server in your basemant down at Berkeley!!!

Don't understand me wrong, but I find it mindbodering when I read everytime when there is something wrong.

So now the question: Why don't you split the services more on the old servers???
30) Questions and Answers : GPU applications : GTX 495 (Message 1012379)
Posted 1514 days ago by Profile S@NL - Vipertje - D. van Es
It is reall, look at the link!

http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=169432


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