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Message 674900 - Posted: 9 Nov 2007, 23:01:07 UTC

Report back via BOINC is maintenance -- the home page is dead. Been down for 3 hours (1PM MST).

Anyone have any more information?

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Message 674913 - Posted: 9 Nov 2007, 23:06:01 UTC - in response to Message 674900.  

From BOINC Synergy's RSS Feed:


Rosetta@home News - November 8th, 2007
Outage Notice: The project will be down tomorrow for a few hours starting at around noon Friday Nov 9th for maintenance and a server upgrade.


Hope that helps.

Report back via BOINC is maintenance -- the home page is dead. Been down for 3 hours (1PM MST).

Anyone have any more information?


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Message 674922 - Posted: 9 Nov 2007, 23:15:33 UTC - in response to Message 674913.  

Thanks much -- that explains it. Of course most outages are predicted in 'airport time' -- 'few hours' -- something between 4 and 24. But at least it was a planned outage -- that is a good thing.


From BOINC Synergy's RSS Feed:


Rosetta@home News - November 8th, 2007
Outage Notice: The project will be down tomorrow for a few hours starting at around noon Friday Nov 9th for maintenance and a server upgrade.


Hope that helps.

Report back via BOINC is maintenance -- the home page is dead. Been down for 3 hours (1PM MST).

Anyone have any more information?



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Message 674928 - Posted: 9 Nov 2007, 23:21:54 UTC - in response to Message 674922.  

LOL No problem. I usually check the RSS feed at least once a day. I remembered seeing something about Rosetta, so it helped. Hehe. Have a good one!

Jeremy

Thanks much -- that explains it. Of course most outages are predicted in 'airport time' -- 'few hours' -- something between 4 and 24. But at least it was a planned outage -- that is a good thing.


From BOINC Synergy's RSS Feed:


Rosetta@home News - November 8th, 2007
Outage Notice: The project will be down tomorrow for a few hours starting at around noon Friday Nov 9th for maintenance and a server upgrade.


Hope that helps.

Report back via BOINC is maintenance -- the home page is dead. Been down for 3 hours (1PM MST).

Anyone have any more information?




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Message 674929 - Posted: 9 Nov 2007, 23:22:39 UTC

Ah - the same source explains LHC's outage as well (electrical work in the lab - off until Monday morning). Thanks for the heads-up.
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Message 675105 - Posted: 10 Nov 2007, 3:36:38 UTC - in response to Message 674928.  

Airport time indeed -- three hours ago they put up a quick note on a temporary home page on their URL -- we will be back online around 6PM PST. I just checked the site (it is 7:30PM PST) and the update was changed to:


"We are currently down for maintenance. We hope to be back online later this evening.

Sorry for any inconvenience. "



No real surprise there (server upgrades are fraught with peril -- been there, done that). I hope they don't lose the entire weekend.

I simply work shifted most of my farm by suspending Rosetta -- since all workstations I control which have BOINC on them have at least three projects, the cycles just get shifted about for a while and it will reduce the surge effect I can generate if they all complete work and have a backlog (Rosetta has been my top current work project for months).




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Message 675116 - Posted: 10 Nov 2007, 5:14:39 UTC - in response to Message 675105.  

The Rosetta folks are getting closer -- they have their real home page up now instead of the emergency text message. The databases remain offline (9:15PM PST). So now we have boarded the plane and are in a runway delay (smile).



Airport time indeed -- three hours ago they put up a quick note on a temporary home page on their URL -- we will be back online around 6PM PST. I just checked the site (it is 7:30PM PST) and the update was changed to:


"We are currently down for maintenance. We hope to be back online later this evening.

Sorry for any inconvenience. "



No real surprise there (server upgrades are fraught with peril -- been there, done that). I hope they don't lose the entire weekend.

I simply work shifted most of my farm by suspending Rosetta -- since all workstations I control which have BOINC on them have at least three projects, the cycles just get shifted about for a while and it will reduce the surge effect I can generate if they all complete work and have a backlog (Rosetta has been my top current work project for months).





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Message 675123 - Posted: 10 Nov 2007, 6:08:12 UTC - in response to Message 675116.  

OK -- they are up and running now -- have been since about 10PM PST.


The Rosetta folks are getting closer -- they have their real home page up now instead of the emergency text message. The databases remain offline (9:15PM PST). So now we have boarded the plane and are in a runway delay (smile).




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