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Message 1695154 - Posted: 24 Jun 2015, 14:23:12 UTC

500 AP's across 5 CPU's and 2 GPU's... :)

This is the most since I warmed Iron's again three months
ago, after a short Siesta...

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Message 1695170 - Posted: 24 Jun 2015, 15:04:44 UTC

1212 APs here with 9 CPUs and 20 GPUs online.
The kitties have been busy sniffing them out...LOL.

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Message 1695199 - Posted: 24 Jun 2015, 16:39:31 UTC - in response to Message 1695170.  

1212 APs here with 9 CPUs and 20 GPUs online.
The kitties have been busy sniffing them out...LOL.

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Mmmm I struggled to get a measly 6 ap's

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Message 1695236 - Posted: 24 Jun 2015, 18:34:51 UTC

And we are (done)

Got 507 to my hosts.
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Message 1695240 - Posted: 24 Jun 2015, 18:46:30 UTC - in response to Message 1695145.  

I think the AP feeding frenzy, is about to come to an end soon. No more files added for a long time now, and only 17 channels left to split.

It was fun while it lasted though...

Nom, nom, nom :-)

The good thing about some of my slower machine is that they can cache work often enough to never run out of AP work. Like my old Pentium M notebook. It had its network cabled knock out for what looks like a day or two. So it didn't get any from the newly split data, but I'm not it will feed of of the resends without any issues.
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Message 1695261 - Posted: 24 Jun 2015, 20:26:18 UTC

I got a pile too...very nice


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Message 1695262 - Posted: 24 Jun 2015, 20:30:07 UTC - in response to Message 1695242.  

I think the AP feeding frenzy, is about to come to an end soon. No more files added for a long time now, and only 17 channels left to split.

It was fun while it lasted though...

Nom, nom, nom :-)

The good thing about some of my slower machine is that they can cache work often enough to never run out of AP work. Like my old Pentium M notebook. It had its network cabled knock out for what looks like a day or two. So it didn't get any from the newly split data, but I'm not it will feed of of the resends without any issues.

Yeah, my old Celeron M Laptop, now have 6 AP's. It takes 36 hours approximately to finish 1 AP. I think that during those 9 days of cached AP work, it will be able to get a few more...

Added: I think I will wait a while, before I allow MB's again. One never knows, there could be some more AP files being added to the splitters any time now :-)

I have only powered that system off for a few weeks over the past 2 years due to AP server or db issues. Otherwise it runs 24/7 overclocked out of its mind from 1.5GHz to 2.37GHz. Doing APs in ~18.75 hours.
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Message 1695286 - Posted: 24 Jun 2015, 21:47:18 UTC
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I have created a new thread called Anything relating to AstroPulse tasks my reasoning for creating this is posted there. Thanks
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Message 1695795 - Posted: 26 Jun 2015, 5:19:54 UTC - in response to Message 1695286.  
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Has a server or 3 crashed?
MB & AP WUs awating deletion are going through the roof, the MB splitters (while the status page shows them as green) aren't actually splitting any work, and the ready-to-send buffer is almost empty.

Running out of work, before an outage for data centre work, isn't a good way to start the weekend.
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Message 1695828 - Posted: 26 Jun 2015, 6:16:24 UTC - in response to Message 1695795.  

I'm really missing the network traffic graphs.
To go with no new work being split, downloads are becoming sticky. Almost half a dozen re-tries to finally get a batch of work to download. And we should be out of work in the next 30min or so.
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Message 1695833 - Posted: 26 Jun 2015, 6:25:16 UTC - in response to Message 1695828.  

I'm really missing the network traffic graphs.
To go with no new work being split, downloads are becoming sticky. Almost half a dozen re-tries to finally get a batch of work to download. And we should be out of work in the next 30min or so.

Nobody misses the Crickets more than myself.
Really.
I had them locked and loaded on a window at all times, and could tell in an instant things that were going on before anybody else noticed.

Matt has said that even he misses their departure.
And I am a little lost without them.

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Message 1695849 - Posted: 26 Jun 2015, 6:46:26 UTC - in response to Message 1695833.  

That's it, ready-to-send buffer is now empty.
No work to be had other than re-sends till the splitters start splitting again.
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Message 1695875 - Posted: 26 Jun 2015, 7:43:20 UTC

OK, who broke it?

Own up.

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Message 1695878 - Posted: 26 Jun 2015, 7:48:54 UTC

This is bad timing as they are planning a day long shut down on the 27th for work on the power systems.

If caches run empty, there's not much time to fill them all again.
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Message 1695881 - Posted: 26 Jun 2015, 7:52:54 UTC

On the bright side this should be somebody in the lab tomorrow unless there is a public holiday that I am unaware of
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Message 1695940 - Posted: 26 Jun 2015, 11:33:36 UTC

yea, tasks are flying out now :)
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Message 1696003 - Posted: 26 Jun 2015, 16:47:34 UTC - in response to Message 1695929.  

Well, since nothing comes out of the splitters, my GTX980 will be cold in 3 hours. And even if they start splitting full bore, and I will be able to fill the cache to the brim, it will become dead cold again, 6 hours into tomorrows outage.

100 tasks for the GTX980, only lasts about 6 hours....

Maybe I missed it, but was any indication given as to how long an outage to expect?
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Message 1696008 - Posted: 26 Jun 2015, 17:20:34 UTC - in response to Message 1696003.  

Well, since nothing comes out of the splitters, my GTX980 will be cold in 3 hours. And even if they start splitting full bore, and I will be able to fill the cache to the brim, it will become dead cold again, 6 hours into tomorrows outage.

100 tasks for the GTX980, only lasts about 6 hours....

Maybe I missed it, but was any indication given as to how long an outage to expect?

Matt said "we will be bringing the project down for the day". So I expect that means pretty much all day. Depending on who is doing the work, campus or the power company, they might be finished by the evening. Then someone could remote in to power everything up.
I'm thinking we won't see the servers back up before 6PM local SETI time.
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Message 1696009 - Posted: 26 Jun 2015, 17:24:41 UTC - in response to Message 1696003.  

Well, since nothing comes out of the splitters, my GTX980 will be cold in 3 hours. And even if they start splitting full bore, and I will be able to fill the cache to the brim, it will become dead cold again, 6 hours into tomorrows outage.

100 tasks for the GTX980, only lasts about 6 hours....

Maybe I missed it, but was any indication given as to how long an outage to expect?


Possibly the whole of your Saturday (Our early Sunday)...

On the front page of 'setiathome.berkeley.edu'...

"... Computing Center Outage (June 27)- Due to power testing/maintenance at the campus computing center this upcoming Saturday our projects will be off line while this work takes place. 26 Jun 2015, 17:16:40 UTC ..."
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Message 1696010 - Posted: 26 Jun 2015, 17:25:24 UTC - in response to Message 1696008.  

Well, since nothing comes out of the splitters, my GTX980 will be cold in 3 hours. And even if they start splitting full bore, and I will be able to fill the cache to the brim, it will become dead cold again, 6 hours into tomorrows outage.

100 tasks for the GTX980, only lasts about 6 hours....

Maybe I missed it, but was any indication given as to how long an outage to expect?

Matt said "we will be bringing the project down for the day". So I expect that means pretty much all day. Depending on who is doing the work, campus or the power company, they might be finished by the evening. Then someone could remote in to power everything up.
I'm thinking we won't see the servers back up before 6PM local SETI time.

I suppose so.
Oddly, there was nothing posted on the IST page about it.
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