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Message 1753429 - Posted: 3 Jan 2016, 1:01:03 UTC

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Message 1753431 - Posted: 3 Jan 2016, 1:24:28 UTC - in response to Message 1753399.  

I guess it meant as soon the tapes are finnished.
I understood this way.


Server Status page still shows plenty of files being split, however even after refreshing it a couple of times it's still showing 549,000 v8 WUs ready-to-send, the same as when I first checked it this morning.
So i'm thinking something's gotten stuck somewhere.

SSP shows 21 channels in process of splitting, when only 7 splitters exist. Each time this happens, splitting rate drops to single digits. This is the first time it's showed 21, normally it's 14. It's like somewhere the splitting process dies then restarts leaving the previous work stranded.
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Message 1753436 - Posted: 3 Jan 2016, 1:57:56 UTC

This isn't a server problem but it is hard to come across a V 7 resend task for GPU's.
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Message 1753438 - Posted: 3 Jan 2016, 1:59:16 UTC - in response to Message 1753431.  

SSP shows 21 channels in process of splitting, when only 7 splitters exist. Each time this happens, splitting rate drops to single digits. This is the first time it's showed 21, normally it's 14. It's like somewhere the splitting process dies then restarts leaving the previous work stranded.

Coupled with splitting for v8 now and no more for v7.
Whatever is going on, some things are now updating as numbers of v8 Ready to send now show 504,000, and v8 Results out in the field is slowly climbing.
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Message 1753508 - Posted: 3 Jan 2016, 8:34:52 UTC - in response to Message 1753497.  

There's obviously a splitter issue going on, that should be addressed

Actually looks much more like a status page issue right now. You did notice that the v8 and v7 are reporting identical numbers for several parameters. That just isn't likely, so they are not reporting the truth. Also there aren't entries for v8 splitters on the status page!
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Message 1753512 - Posted: 3 Jan 2016, 8:40:09 UTC

Actually looks much more like a status page issue right now. You did notice that the v8 and v7 are reporting identical numbers for several parameters. That just isn't likely, so they are not reporting the truth.


If you look just below those numbers you will see this

** these v7/v8 values are combined/the same


Looks like it was intentional for whatever reason

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Message 1753518 - Posted: 3 Jan 2016, 9:10:09 UTC

Credits ain't exactly ok with v8 but hope when gpu apps are released (very soon ) things will get back to v7 levels (bit to much to hope for v6 levels ).
Over the holidays they must of found Tim Lehery's "sugar cubes" and got them mixed up with proper sugar cubes and been using the wrong ones in their coffee
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Message 1753520 - Posted: 3 Jan 2016, 9:14:17 UTC
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Yea I noticed some v8 credits are 'wacky' hopefully they can sort that out.

EDIT: Actually I think it is more that run times are 'wacky' resulting in bad credits.
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Message 1753536 - Posted: 3 Jan 2016, 10:36:39 UTC - in response to Message 1753518.  

Credits ain't exactly ok with v8 but hope when gpu apps are released (very soon ) things will get back to v7 levels (bit to much to hope for v6 levels ).
Over the holidays they must of found Tim Lehery's "sugar cubes" and got them mixed up with proper sugar cubes and been using the wrong ones in their coffee


hehehehehe well it is a Uni and that's where all the good trips come from LSD is good till you jump of a balcony 10 story's high thinking your Superman aaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh splaaaatttt .
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Message 1753538 - Posted: 3 Jan 2016, 10:40:42 UTC

As for the rest of you chill out what did you expect when they release a new app it to all work nice .......

Just switch over to your back up project till things are sorted .Gees 3 days into the new year what can you expect even the people at the Uni deserve a few days off with there family's .
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Message 1753567 - Posted: 3 Jan 2016, 13:29:05 UTC

Hmmm... SSP has problems.

"Splitter status" hasn't been changed between 3 Jan 2016, 12:10:03 UTC and 3 Jan 2016, 13:20:04 UTC

"Data Distribution State" -table is changing all time.
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Message 1753573 - Posted: 3 Jan 2016, 13:47:54 UTC - in response to Message 1753567.  

I'm somewhat suspicious of the 'Result Creation Rate' (one which people keep trying to guess the implications of).

Nearly a million v8 results out in the field, and 500,000 ready to send, sounds about right - but to keep those figures roughly stable would need some splitting - which we're not seeing.

I suspect that (for Result Creation Rate, at least), what should be 'combined' is actually 'v7 only' - 0.7 is a fairly typical rate for errors, inconclusives and timeouts only, with no actual new work created.

Once all the dust has settled, we must ask Andy Lee Robinson if he could update his very useful seti@home Server Statistics graphs.
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Message 1753575 - Posted: 3 Jan 2016, 13:58:44 UTC - in response to Message 1753573.  

Once all the dust has settled, we must ask Andy Lee Robinson if he could update his very useful seti@home Server Statistics graphs.


You did read my mind, Sir Richard of Seti@Home :)

When dust has settled, please do ask Andy Lee Robinson to update his very useful pages. With my humble request.

That if You do have his contact information.
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Message 1753675 - Posted: 3 Jan 2016, 18:43:24 UTC

Is it me or is something wrong. I haven't had any work for some time and both my machines are empty.
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Message 1753684 - Posted: 3 Jan 2016, 19:04:55 UTC - in response to Message 1753675.  

Is it me or is something wrong. I haven't had any work for some time and both my machines are empty.

It is you. You are using anonymous platform and have not updated it to handle v8 work. No more v7 work will be issued.
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Message 1753695 - Posted: 3 Jan 2016, 19:36:06 UTC - in response to Message 1753684.  

Where can I find the download site to update to v8. I tried the normal sites but with no luck
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Message 1753697 - Posted: 3 Jan 2016, 19:41:40 UTC - in response to Message 1753695.  

Where can I find the download site to update to v8. I tried the normal sites but with no luck


It's in a sticky at the top of the forum
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Message 1753899 - Posted: 4 Jan 2016, 18:19:51 UTC

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I've seen you are very busy with the deployment of Seti V8.

When you have time can you please do an updated on how many 2011 tapes have been processed in December?

On your last count (1 December) we had +/- 385 tapes left to reprocess from 2011.

I see on the SSP that tapes from 2015 are being loaded.


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Message 1753915 - Posted: 4 Jan 2016, 19:35:02 UTC - in response to Message 1753899.  

Managed to pull the data over the holidays, just hadn't got round to posting it.

Very similar rate of progress to November - exactly 200 tapes seen, 197 re-processing and 3 new to the database. So we're below 200 remaining:

Recorded	TOTAL		Processed with		Processed with 
				SaH v7 (since		Sah v6 only
				launch June 2013)	(derived)

2007		 350		   4			 346
2008		 916		 874			  42
2009		 548		 456			  92
2010		 762		 138			 624
2011		1145		 953			 192
2012		 846		 819			  27
2013		 590		 585			   5
2014		 260		 260			 n/a
2015		 164		 164			 n/a

Grand total	5581		3858			1716

(see message 1746125 for previous explanation)
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Message 1754078 - Posted: 5 Jan 2016, 7:07:29 UTC - in response to Message 1753833.  

As of posting this I have 211 v8 VLARS I believe and a falling number of v7 since they are no longer being produced. How did I update to Ver.8 with out any input from me on my behalf. I was simply hitting the update button sevral times a day and they have come in on their own.

When Eric released MB v8, among the changes were the addition of v8 to our Computer Task pages, and a cahnge to the "Preferences" to allow v8 by default. So everybody running stock CPU apps got it automagically.
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