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1) Message boards : Number crunching : Intel® iGPU AP bench test run (Message 1648485)
Posted 23 hours ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor
[black 2. run results.
blue 3. run, with green fastest until now.]

-unroll 5 -ffa_block 384 -ffa_block_fetch 192 -hp : Elapsed 1085.076 secs CPU 36.266 secs
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 512 -ffa_block_fetch 256 -hp : Elapsed 1092.842 secs CPU 31.672 secs

1. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 640 -ffa_block_fetch 320 -hp : Elapsed 1089.585 secs CPU 23.734 secs
2. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 768 -ffa_block_fetch 384 -hp : Elapsed 1094.834 secs CPU 18.453 secs
3. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 896 -ffa_block_fetch 448 -hp : Elapsed 1099.383 secs CPU 19.422 secs
4. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 1152 -ffa_block_fetch 576 -hp : Elapsed 1125.380 secs CPU 16.734 secs
5. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 1280 -ffa_block_fetch 640 -hp : Elapsed 1119.498 secs CPU 14.438 secs
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1344 -ffa_block_fetch 672 -hp : Elapsed 1148.464 secs CPU 23.016 secs
6. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 1408 -ffa_block_fetch 704 -hp : Elapsed 1090.585 secs CPU 20.922 secs
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1472 -ffa_block_fetch 736 -hp : Elapsed 1043.571 secs CPU 13.578 secs
7. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 1536 -ffa_block_fetch 768 -hp : Elapsed 1213.261 secs CPU 14.141 secs
8. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 1664 -ffa_block_fetch 832 -hp : Elapsed 1143.539 secs CPU 14.891 secs
9. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 1792 -ffa_block_fetch 896 -hp : Elapsed 1139.531 secs CPU 21.594 secs
10. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 1920 -ffa_block_fetch 960 -hp : Elapsed 1169.505 secs CPU 20.922 secs
11. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 2048 -ffa_block_fetch 1024 -hp : Elapsed 1233.959 secs CPU 14.734 secs
2) Message boards : Number crunching : Intel® iGPU AP bench test run (Message 1648470)
Posted 1 day ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor
Thanks.

I'll try (1. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 640 -ffa_block_fetch 320 -hp) (-ffa_block_fetch 1/2 of -ffa_block (-128)):
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 512 -ffa_block_fetch 256 -hp
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 384 -ffa_block_fetch 192 -hp

And (6. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 1408 -ffa_block_fetch 704 -hp) (-ffa_block_fetch 1/2 of -ffa_block (+/-64)):
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1344 -ffa_block_fetch 672 -hp
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1472 -ffa_block_fetch 736 -hp


If possible, please could you write the -ffa_block and -ffa_block_fetch values in the style like 640/320 (faster, less work for you) which I should test additional?
You are the master. ;-)
The whole bench test run could lasts days, I want to find the best params. ;-)

Thanks.
3) Message boards : Number crunching : SETI@home v7 7.03 (opencl_intel_gpu_sah) - Computation Error (Message 1648385)
Posted 1 day ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor
You use the 10.18.10.3960 driver.


Message boards : Number crunching : Intel gpu not seen by BOINC - Message 1627983
(...)
Do not use the 10.18.10.3960 driver shown as 'previously released' on the page retrieved by an Intel driver search for G3220 - that driver has definitely been reported as producing invalid results with current BOINC project science applications.



Example, I use the 10.18.10.3408 driver (which is on the driver DVD for the CPU/mobo combi, with Intel® Celeron® J1900 CPU + Intel® HD Graphics iGPU, Win8.1 x64) - and since 1 1/2 months no problems.
4) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : seti.international (Message 1648311)
Posted 1 day ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor




The team seti.international was founded at April/26 2009 06:34 GMT/UTC.

The primary BOINC project of the team seti.international is SETI@home.
If you do only SETI@home - or it's your primary BOINC project, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international believe in the science of SETI@home.
If you think the same way, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international is for people who participate and believe in SETI@home, to give them a place to meet and talk with others who share this interest.
We have knowledge about hard-/software and SETI@home, so we could help you to increase the performance of your PCs.


The team seti.international currently has no website (public forum), but all teams could have a 'private/hidden' forum at SETI@home, where members can talk.
And of course, the team seti.international also has this forum.

In the forum of the team seti.international is english the preferred language. But we can speak also german.

(Im Forum vom Team seti.international ist Englisch die bevorzugte Sprache. Aber wir koennen auch deutsch sprechen.)


The team seti.international have over 500 members from over 50 countries.


If you would like to join the team seti.international at SETI@home then click here.




The team seti.international also support the non CPU intensive BOINC project WUProp@Home side by side with SETI@home.
The work units of this BOINC project use only a few seconds CPU time at the day.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at WUProp@Home then click here.




Sometimes SETI@home test new project applications, this will be done at SETI@home Beta Test.
The team seti.international also support the BOINC project SETI@home Beta Test for to test the new project applications.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at SETI@home Beta Test then click here.




The team seti.international have inter alia currently Collatz Conjecture, Einstein@Home, GPUGRID, MilkyWay@home, Moo! Wrapper, PrimeGrid, Rosetta@home, Test4Theory as secondary BOINC projects.
If you would like you could join the team seti.international also there.
(eOn: Long timescale dynamics-retired)




Here is the team statistic.





5) Message boards : Number crunching : Intel® iGPU AP bench test run (Message 1648257)
Posted 1 day ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor
Winner of 1. run:
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1024 -ffa_block_fetch 512 -hp : Elapsed 1208.345 secs CPU 16.594 secs

Same app and WU, 2. run:
1. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 640 -ffa_block_fetch 320 -hp : Elapsed 1089.585 secs CPU 23.734 secs

2. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 768 -ffa_block_fetch 384 -hp : Elapsed 1094.834 secs CPU 18.453 secs

3. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 896 -ffa_block_fetch 448 -hp : Elapsed 1099.383 secs CPU 19.422 secs

4. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 1152 -ffa_block_fetch 576 -hp : Elapsed 1125.380 secs CPU 16.734 secs

5. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 1280 -ffa_block_fetch 640 -hp : Elapsed 1119.498 secs CPU 14.438 secs

6. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 1408 -ffa_block_fetch 704 -hp : Elapsed 1090.585 secs CPU 20.922 secs

7. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 1536 -ffa_block_fetch 768 -hp : Elapsed 1213.261 secs CPU 14.141 secs

8. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 1664 -ffa_block_fetch 832 -hp : Elapsed 1143.539 secs CPU 14.891 secs

9. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 1792 -ffa_block_fetch 896 -hp : Elapsed 1139.531 secs CPU 21.594 secs

10. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 1920 -ffa_block_fetch 960 -hp : Elapsed 1169.505 secs CPU 20.922 secs

11. -unroll 5 -ffa_block 2048 -ffa_block_fetch 1024 -hp : Elapsed 1233.959 secs CPU 14.734 secs

Winner until now 1 or 6, depend how productive (RAC) the CPU is.

Which params (-ffa_block and -ffa_block_fetch) I should test now, before I go to test the -oclFFT_plan?

Thanks.
6) Message boards : Number crunching : Intel® iGPU AP bench test run (Message 1648185)
Posted 2 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1024 -ffa_block_fetch 512 -hp

You mean I should test now the following params (-ffa_block_fetch 1/2 of -ffa_block (+128)):
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1152 -ffa_block_fetch 576 -hp
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1280 -ffa_block_fetch 640 -hp
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1408 -ffa_block_fetch 704 -hp
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1536 -ffa_block_fetch 768 -hp
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1664 -ffa_block_fetch 832 -hp
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1792 -ffa_block_fetch 896 -hp
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1920 -ffa_block_fetch 960 -hp
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 2048 -ffa_block_fetch 1024 -hp

Thanks.
7) Message boards : Number crunching : Intel® iGPU AP bench test run (Message 1648175)
Posted 2 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor
Thanks.

I made a 1. bench test run:

AP7_win_x86_SSE2_OpenCL_Intel_r2737.exe with ap_Zblank_2LC67.wu:

-unroll 2 -ffa_block 1024 -ffa_block_fetch 512 -hp
1259.126 secs Elapsed
23.500 secs CPU time

-unroll 3 -ffa_block 1024 -ffa_block_fetch 512 -hp
1222.934 secs Elapsed
27.969 secs CPU time

-unroll 4 -ffa_block 1024 -ffa_block_fetch 512 -hp
1211.692 secs Elapsed
18.953 secs CPU time

-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1024 -ffa_block_fetch 512 -hp
1208.345 secs Elapsed
16.594 secs CPU time


-unroll 6 -ffa_block 1024 -ffa_block_fetch 512 -hp
1219.860 secs Elapsed
18.125 secs CPU time

So -unroll 5 -ffa_block 1024 -ffa_block_fetch 512 -hp are the fastest params (until now).

How should I find the fastest -ffa_block and -ffa_block_fetch values?
I should start with -ffa_block_fetch 1/2 of -ffa_block?

-ffa_block_fetch +/- 128:
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 640 -ffa_block_fetch 320 -hp
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 768 -ffa_block_fetch 384 -hp
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 896 -ffa_block_fetch 448 -hp
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1152 -ffa_block_fetch 576 -hp
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1280 -ffa_block_fetch 640 -hp
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1408 -ffa_block_fetch 704 -hp

Is this enough or I should test up all +128 steps to -ffa_block 2048?
And all -128 steps down to -ffa_block 128?

If I found the fastest params, I should test -ffa_block +/- 64 around also?
Example: -unroll 5 -ffa_block 1408 -ffa_block_fetch 704 -hp won, so:
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1344 -ffa_block_fetch 672 -hp
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1472 -ffa_block_fetch 736 -hp

It don't depend how long the whole bench test run will lasts.
I'm a perfectionist, I would like to know the fastest params. ;-)

Thanks.
8) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : seti.international (Message 1647764)
Posted 2 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor




The team seti.international was founded at April/26 2009 06:34 GMT/UTC.

The primary BOINC project of the team seti.international is SETI@home.
If you do only SETI@home - or it's your primary BOINC project, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international believe in the science of SETI@home.
If you think the same way, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international is for people who participate and believe in SETI@home, to give them a place to meet and talk with others who share this interest.
We have knowledge about hard-/software and SETI@home, so we could help you to increase the performance of your PCs.


The team seti.international currently has no website (public forum), but all teams could have a 'private/hidden' forum at SETI@home, where members can talk.
And of course, the team seti.international also has this forum.

In the forum of the team seti.international is english the preferred language. But we can speak also german.

(Im Forum vom Team seti.international ist Englisch die bevorzugte Sprache. Aber wir koennen auch deutsch sprechen.)


The team seti.international have over 500 members from over 50 countries.


If you would like to join the team seti.international at SETI@home then click here.




The team seti.international also support the non CPU intensive BOINC project WUProp@Home side by side with SETI@home.
The work units of this BOINC project use only a few seconds CPU time at the day.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at WUProp@Home then click here.




Sometimes SETI@home test new project applications, this will be done at SETI@home Beta Test.
The team seti.international also support the BOINC project SETI@home Beta Test for to test the new project applications.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at SETI@home Beta Test then click here.




The team seti.international have inter alia currently Collatz Conjecture, Einstein@Home, GPUGRID, MilkyWay@home, Moo! Wrapper, PrimeGrid, Rosetta@home, Test4Theory as secondary BOINC projects.
If you would like you could join the team seti.international also there.
(eOn: Long timescale dynamics-retired)




Here is the team statistic.





9) Message boards : Number crunching : Intel® iGPU AP bench test run (Message 1647324)
Posted 3 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor
Thanks.

OK, I'll use the '2LC67' WU of the 'Zblank shortened WUs'.

For to make it correct with this small iGPU and not to waste my time (also for to show it others which want do the same with their iGPUs) ...

This is the start, readme: less than 6 compute units: -unroll 4 -ffa_block 1024 -ffa_block_fetch 512 -hp

So the first bench test run I let run params (-unroll +/- 1):
-unroll 2 -ffa_block 1024 -ffa_block_fetch 512 -hp
-unroll 3 -ffa_block 1024 -ffa_block_fetch 512 -hp
-unroll 4 -ffa_block 1024 -ffa_block_fetch 512 -hp
-unroll 5 -ffa_block 1024 -ffa_block_fetch 512 -hp
-unroll 6 -ffa_block 1024 -ffa_block_fetch 512 -hp

Then I will look to the calculation times.

Example, the winner are the start params: -unroll 4 -ffa_block 1024 -ffa_block_fetch 512 -hp

Then I do the second bench test run with params (-ffa_block_fetch the half of -ffa_block) (-ffa_block +/- 128):
-unroll 4 -ffa_block 768 -ffa_block_fetch 384 -hp
-unroll 4 -ffa_block 896 -ffa_block_fetch 448 -hp
-unroll 4 -ffa_block 1024 -ffa_block_fetch 512 -hp
-unroll 4 -ffa_block 1152 -ffa_block_fetch 576 -hp
-unroll 4 -ffa_block 1280 -ffa_block_fetch 640 -hp

Then I will look to the calculation times.

Example, the winner are the params: -unroll 4 -ffa_block 1152 -ffa_block_fetch 576 -hp

Then I do the third bench test run with params (-ffa_block_fetch the half of -ffa_block) (-ffa_block +/- 64):
-unroll 4 -ffa_block 1088 -ffa_block_fetch 544 -hp
-unroll 4 -ffa_block 1152 -ffa_block_fetch 576 -hp
-unroll 4 -ffa_block 1216 -ffa_block_fetch 608 -hp

Then I will look to the calculation times.

Example, the winner are the params: -unroll 4 -ffa_block 1216 -ffa_block_fetch 608 -hp

Then I do the fourth bench test run with params (-ffa_block_fetch +/- 128):
-unroll 4 -ffa_block 1216 -ffa_block_fetch 352 -hp
-unroll 4 -ffa_block 1216 -ffa_block_fetch 480 -hp
-unroll 4 -ffa_block 1216 -ffa_block_fetch 608 -hp
-unroll 4 -ffa_block 1216 -ffa_block_fetch 736 -hp
-unroll 4 -ffa_block 1216 -ffa_block_fetch 864 -hp

Then I will look to the calculation times.

Example, the winner are the params: -unroll 4 -ffa_block 1216 -ffa_block_fetch 736 -hp

Then I do the fifth bench test run with params (-ffa_block_fetch +/- 64):
-unroll 4 -ffa_block 1216 -ffa_block_fetch 672 -hp
-unroll 4 -ffa_block 1216 -ffa_block_fetch 736 -hp
-unroll 4 -ffa_block 1216 -ffa_block_fetch 800 -hp

Then I will look to the calculation times.


This would be a good idea?

I should start with higher -ffa_block params?

The smallest -ffa_block and -ffa_block_fetch value is 64 for Intel iGPU?

Thanks.
10) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : seti.international (Message 1646842)
Posted 5 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor




The team seti.international was founded at April/26 2009 06:34 GMT/UTC.

The primary BOINC project of the team seti.international is SETI@home.
If you do only SETI@home - or it's your primary BOINC project, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international believe in the science of SETI@home.
If you think the same way, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international is for people who participate and believe in SETI@home, to give them a place to meet and talk with others who share this interest.
We have knowledge about hard-/software and SETI@home, so we could help you to increase the performance of your PCs.


The team seti.international currently has no website (public forum), but all teams could have a 'private/hidden' forum at SETI@home, where members can talk.
And of course, the team seti.international also has this forum.

In the forum of the team seti.international is english the preferred language. But we can speak also german.

(Im Forum vom Team seti.international ist Englisch die bevorzugte Sprache. Aber wir koennen auch deutsch sprechen.)


The team seti.international have over 500 members from over 50 countries.


If you would like to join the team seti.international at SETI@home then click here.




The team seti.international also support the non CPU intensive BOINC project WUProp@Home side by side with SETI@home.
The work units of this BOINC project use only a few seconds CPU time at the day.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at WUProp@Home then click here.




Sometimes SETI@home test new project applications, this will be done at SETI@home Beta Test.
The team seti.international also support the BOINC project SETI@home Beta Test for to test the new project applications.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at SETI@home Beta Test then click here.




The team seti.international have inter alia currently Collatz Conjecture, Einstein@Home, GPUGRID, MilkyWay@home, Moo! Wrapper, PrimeGrid, Rosetta@home, Test4Theory as secondary BOINC projects.
If you would like you could join the team seti.international also there.
(eOn: Long timescale dynamics-retired)




Here is the team statistic.





11) Message boards : Number crunching : Intel® iGPU AP bench test run (Message 1646777)
Posted 5 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor
I have an Intel® Celeron® J1900 (Quad-Core) with Intel® HD Graphics (iGPU).
The iGPU just have 4 compute units.
An AP WU lasts ~ 21 hours.
(Not freeing CPU thread/s. I saw no difference. Or is there?)

With: -unroll 4 -ffa_block 1024 -ffa_block_fetch 512 -hp (recommendation in readme file)
[-instances_per_device 1 (for MB and AP)]

For to make bench test runs, I use 'Windows AP bench 211 minimal' ...
But with which AP test WU? It should be a very fast/short WU.

http://lunatics.kwsn.net/index.php?module=Downloads;catd=44

The whole bench test run should not last days on this slow iGPU. ;-)

(IIRC BOINC is suspended during bench test run, so the whole time no crunching.)

Thanks.
12) Message boards : Number crunching : Panic Mode On (95) Server Problems? (Message 1646680)
Posted 5 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor
AstroPulse v6 - Validation pending (8)

My PC sent the 3 result, since ...
8 Mar 2014
20 Apr 2014
26 Jun 2014
29 Jun 2014
...
- stuck in pending.

I guess a manual script run is needed ...


AstroPulse v7 - Validation pending (102)
13) Message boards : Number crunching : TCP Settings (Message 1646376)
Posted 6 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor
AFAIK, TCP Optimizer tool is just for up to Win7.

How about Win8.1 user, is there something to change for faster internet connection?

Thanks.
14) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : seti.international (Message 1646367)
Posted 6 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor




The team seti.international was founded at April/26 2009 06:34 GMT/UTC.

The primary BOINC project of the team seti.international is SETI@home.
If you do only SETI@home - or it's your primary BOINC project, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international believe in the science of SETI@home.
If you think the same way, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international is for people who participate and believe in SETI@home, to give them a place to meet and talk with others who share this interest.
We have knowledge about hard-/software and SETI@home, so we could help you to increase the performance of your PCs.


The team seti.international currently has no website (public forum), but all teams could have a 'private/hidden' forum at SETI@home, where members can talk.
And of course, the team seti.international also has this forum.

In the forum of the team seti.international is english the preferred language. But we can speak also german.

(Im Forum vom Team seti.international ist Englisch die bevorzugte Sprache. Aber wir koennen auch deutsch sprechen.)


The team seti.international have over 500 members from over 50 countries.


If you would like to join the team seti.international at SETI@home then click here.




The team seti.international also support the non CPU intensive BOINC project WUProp@Home side by side with SETI@home.
The work units of this BOINC project use only a few seconds CPU time at the day.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at WUProp@Home then click here.




Sometimes SETI@home test new project applications, this will be done at SETI@home Beta Test.
The team seti.international also support the BOINC project SETI@home Beta Test for to test the new project applications.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at SETI@home Beta Test then click here.




The team seti.international have inter alia currently Collatz Conjecture, Einstein@Home, GPUGRID, MilkyWay@home, Moo! Wrapper, PrimeGrid, Rosetta@home, Test4Theory as secondary BOINC projects.
If you would like you could join the team seti.international also there.
(eOn: Long timescale dynamics-retired)




Here is the team statistic.





15) Message boards : Technical News : Latest Astropulse Status (Message 1645926)
Posted 7 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor
Eric, thanks for the update.
16) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : seti.international (Message 1645231)
Posted 9 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor




The team seti.international was founded at April/26 2009 06:34 GMT/UTC.

The primary BOINC project of the team seti.international is SETI@home.
If you do only SETI@home - or it's your primary BOINC project, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international believe in the science of SETI@home.
If you think the same way, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international is for people who participate and believe in SETI@home, to give them a place to meet and talk with others who share this interest.
We have knowledge about hard-/software and SETI@home, so we could help you to increase the performance of your PCs.


The team seti.international currently has no website (public forum), but all teams could have a 'private/hidden' forum at SETI@home, where members can talk.
And of course, the team seti.international also has this forum.

In the forum of the team seti.international is english the preferred language. But we can speak also german.

(Im Forum vom Team seti.international ist Englisch die bevorzugte Sprache. Aber wir koennen auch deutsch sprechen.)


The team seti.international have over 500 members from over 50 countries.


If you would like to join the team seti.international at SETI@home then click here.




The team seti.international also support the non CPU intensive BOINC project WUProp@Home side by side with SETI@home.
The work units of this BOINC project use only a few seconds CPU time at the day.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at WUProp@Home then click here.




Sometimes SETI@home test new project applications, this will be done at SETI@home Beta Test.
The team seti.international also support the BOINC project SETI@home Beta Test for to test the new project applications.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at SETI@home Beta Test then click here.




The team seti.international have inter alia currently Collatz Conjecture, Einstein@Home, GPUGRID, MilkyWay@home, Moo! Wrapper, PrimeGrid, Rosetta@home, Test4Theory as secondary BOINC projects.
If you would like you could join the team seti.international also there.
(eOn: Long timescale dynamics-retired)




Here is the team statistic.





17) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : seti.international (Message 1644359)
Posted 11 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor




The team seti.international was founded at April/26 2009 06:34 GMT/UTC.

The primary BOINC project of the team seti.international is SETI@home.
If you do only SETI@home - or it's your primary BOINC project, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international believe in the science of SETI@home.
If you think the same way, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international is for people who participate and believe in SETI@home, to give them a place to meet and talk with others who share this interest.
We have knowledge about hard-/software and SETI@home, so we could help you to increase the performance of your PCs.


The team seti.international currently has no website (public forum), but all teams could have a 'private/hidden' forum at SETI@home, where members can talk.
And of course, the team seti.international also has this forum.

In the forum of the team seti.international is english the preferred language. But we can speak also german.

(Im Forum vom Team seti.international ist Englisch die bevorzugte Sprache. Aber wir koennen auch deutsch sprechen.)


The team seti.international have over 500 members from over 50 countries.


If you would like to join the team seti.international at SETI@home then click here.




The team seti.international also support the non CPU intensive BOINC project WUProp@Home side by side with SETI@home.
The work units of this BOINC project use only a few seconds CPU time at the day.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at WUProp@Home then click here.




Sometimes SETI@home test new project applications, this will be done at SETI@home Beta Test.
The team seti.international also support the BOINC project SETI@home Beta Test for to test the new project applications.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at SETI@home Beta Test then click here.




The team seti.international have inter alia currently Collatz Conjecture, Einstein@Home, GPUGRID, MilkyWay@home, Moo! Wrapper, PrimeGrid, Rosetta@home, Test4Theory as secondary BOINC projects.
If you would like you could join the team seti.international also there.
(eOn: Long timescale dynamics-retired)




Here is the team statistic.





18) Message boards : Number crunching : Panic Mode On (95) Server Problems? (Message 1643702)
Posted 13 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor
FYI,
I had contact with Eric ...
He said 'if everything will go like it should' then at 24 Feb AP will be online again.
You see it's not 100 % sure. So please don't shoot Eric or me if AP will be still offline. ;-)

Hi Dirk,

Did he by any chance happen to mention when the comms problem is going to be sorted out? I'm getting more than a little tired of getting 'unable to contact server' error messages from BOINC.

This has been ongoing for days now, and the downtime hasn't resulted it it being sorted out.

Regards,

No, we spoke just about AP.

Latest ~ 24 hours after weekly maintenance all should run smoothly.

If you have still connection problems just drop a message here.
If others don't have problems, maybe it's your internet connection ...?
19) Message boards : Number crunching : Panic Mode On (95) Server Problems? (Message 1643493)
Posted 13 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor
Never seen these messages before, interesting ...


2015-02-17 6:18:59 PM | SETI@home | Fetching scheduler list
2015-02-17 6:19:00 PM | SETI@home | Master file download succeeded
2015-02-17 6:19:05 PM | SETI@home | Sending scheduler request: To report completed tasks.
2015-02-17 6:19:05 PM | SETI@home | Reporting 5 completed tasks
2015-02-17 6:19:05 PM | SETI@home | Requesting new tasks for CPU and AMD/ATI GPU
2015-02-17 6:19:27 PM | SETI@home | Scheduler request failed: Couldn't connect to server
2015-02-17 6:19:28 PM | | Project communication failed: attempting access to reference site
2015-02-17 6:19:29 PM | | Internet access OK - project servers may be temporarily down.

AFAIK, if BOINC want contact to the server, and get 5 or 6 times no well answer back, then master file will be downloaded. (for to download the 'new' server URLs).
20) Message boards : Number crunching : Panic Mode On (95) Server Problems? (Message 1643489)
Posted 13 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk SadowskiProject donor
FYI,
I had contact with Eric ...
He said 'if everything will go like it should' then at 24 Feb AP will be online again.
You see it's not 100 % sure. So please don't shoot Eric or me if AP will be still offline. ;-)


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