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Message 1855398 - Posted: 13 Mar 2017, 23:56:24 UTC - in response to Message 1855353.  

If the RTS cache isn't fixed soon tomorrow's 12 hr outrage will be overly exciting.

Guess everyone came back from the weekend hungry for work, eh?
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Message 1855410 - Posted: 14 Mar 2017, 0:41:56 UTC - in response to Message 1855395.  

Looks like some new datasets have made their way in for splitting.

Just in time too I only have 599/600 MB tasks!


Braggart! LOL

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Message 1855412 - Posted: 14 Mar 2017, 0:52:17 UTC - in response to Message 1855410.  

Looks like some new datasets have made their way in for splitting.

Just in time too I only have 599/600 MB tasks!


Braggart! LOL

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It looks like my statement was actually not true. I was only looking at my In progress MB tasks. As I wasn't expecting to have any AP tasks in progress, but I seem to have snagged one. I had nearly forgotten what they look like.
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Message 1855523 - Posted: 14 Mar 2017, 11:22:52 UTC

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Message 1855535 - Posted: 15 Mar 2017, 1:41:28 UTC

Seemed like a long outage ? or ?
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Message 1855536 - Posted: 15 Mar 2017, 1:46:05 UTC - in response to Message 1855535.  
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Seemed like a long outage ? or ?


13+hours

It started at noon UT is this our new normal??

BTW:

Current result creation rate **	0/sec	0.0052/sec	3.0660/sec 


...Wow

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Edit: 10 Min's later

Current result creation rate **	0/sec	0.0272/sec	44.1171/sec
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Message 1855538 - Posted: 15 Mar 2017, 1:52:35 UTC - in response to Message 1855536.  

Hmm, now you mention it my one running machine at the moment will run dry soon. It's only a 1050ti running stock SoG on Linux. Fingers crossed the pipes unclog.
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Message 1855543 - Posted: 15 Mar 2017, 2:15:24 UTC - in response to Message 1855536.  

Methinks the database may be too big. I hypothesize that some of the last 18 yrs data has been analyzed by various apps and the older ones are redundant and have no need to be carried in the data base. If true the Tuesday outrage would be shorter.
This probably not a priority for the project because it does not effect throughput very much.
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Message 1855553 - Posted: 15 Mar 2017, 3:31:14 UTC - in response to Message 1855543.  

Methinks the database may be too big. I hypothesize that some of the last 18 yrs data has been analyzed by various apps and the older ones are redundant and have no need to be carried in the data base.
No that's not how it works. We don't know how many seconds or years there might be between two signals from ET. Because we don't all the data points [canonical results] are needed just to see if something repeats. Frankly if the database were to be combined with other radio searches and optical searches we might catch an ET we might otherwise overlook.
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Message 1855560 - Posted: 15 Mar 2017, 5:07:46 UTC - in response to Message 1855536.  

Seemed like a long outage ? or ?


13+hours

It started at noon UT is this our new normal??

BTW:

Current result creation rate **	0/sec	0.0052/sec	3.0660/sec 


...Wow

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Edit: 10 Min's later

Current result creation rate **	0/sec	0.0272/sec	44.1171/sec

Even bigger wow.
Current splitting rate 66/s, sustained over 60/s for a couple of hours now.
Would have to be a new record.
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Message 1855568 - Posted: 15 Mar 2017, 6:28:18 UTC

Ahh I see we have some pretty BLC data again, nice!
Will see how they will last.

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Message 1855574 - Posted: 15 Mar 2017, 7:29:30 UTC - in response to Message 1855535.  

Seemed like a long outage ? or ?


. . Not so long, it started early 11:00 pm NSW Daylight saving time yesterday and was over at about 10:30 am this morning (same time zone). 11.5 hours seems quite normal these days. In Berkeley time that would be from 5 am to 4:30pm tomorrow (joking .. all yesterday.

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Message 1855577 - Posted: 15 Mar 2017, 7:33:40 UTC - in response to Message 1855553.  

Methinks the database may be too big. I hypothesize that some of the last 18 yrs data has been analyzed by various apps and the older ones are redundant and have no need to be carried in the data base.
No that's not how it works. We don't know how many seconds or years there might be between two signals from ET. Because we don't all the data points [canonical results] are needed just to see if something repeats. Frankly if the database were to be combined with other radio searches and optical searches we might catch an ET we might otherwise overlook.


. . Perhaps they meant that much of the older data has been Re-crunched by later apps and the earlier results are perhaps redundant.

. . Stephen

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Message 1855578 - Posted: 15 Mar 2017, 7:35:14 UTC - in response to Message 1855560.  

Seemed like a long outage ? or ?


13+hours

It started at noon UT is this our new normal??

BTW:

Current result creation rate **	0/sec	0.0052/sec	3.0660/sec 


...Wow

Ed F

Edit: 10 Min's later

Current result creation rate **	0/sec	0.0272/sec	44.1171/sec

Even bigger wow.
Current splitting rate 66/s, sustained over 60/s for a couple of hours now.
Would have to be a new record.



. . And hopefully no more issues getting new work ?

Stephen

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Message 1855630 - Posted: 15 Mar 2017, 17:02:16 UTC - in response to Message 1855577.  

Methinks the database may be too big. I hypothesize that some of the last 18 yrs data has been analyzed by various apps and the older ones are redundant and have no need to be carried in the data base.
No that's not how it works. We don't know how many seconds or years there might be between two signals from ET. Because we don't all the data points [canonical results] are needed just to see if something repeats. Frankly if the database were to be combined with other radio searches and optical searches we might catch an ET we might otherwise overlook.


. . Perhaps they meant that much of the older data has been Re-crunched by later apps and the earlier results are perhaps redundant.

. . Stephen

??

That is exactly what I meant.
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Message 1855652 - Posted: 15 Mar 2017, 19:54:36 UTC

looking good!! 50+ guppi "tapes" mounted and read to go!!

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Message 1855666 - Posted: 15 Mar 2017, 22:09:13 UTC - in response to Message 1855652.  

looking good!! 50+ guppi "tapes" mounted and read to go!!

Ed F


. . So a Guppi flood is coming ?

LOl

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Message 1855672 - Posted: 15 Mar 2017, 23:12:00 UTC

Yay, talk about fresh...Green Bank guppies recorded 3 days ago :-)

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Message 1855690 - Posted: 16 Mar 2017, 1:59:44 UTC

Some things not looking too good right now:
1) Replica DB offline,
2) AP work present but splitters not running,
3) Assimilators are down (due to 1 above, perhaps?)

Hopefully it's someone doing late work rather than a growing failure ...
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Message 1855693 - Posted: 16 Mar 2017, 3:18:28 UTC - in response to Message 1855690.  

Some things not looking too good right now:
1) Replica DB offline,
2) AP work present but splitters not running,
3) Assimilators are down (due to 1 above, perhaps?)

Hopefully it's someone doing late work rather than a growing failure ...

Well the replica shows as disabled. Which is a better sign than not running.
There is a good chance that the loaded datasets have already been split for AP work. So i wouldn't get to excited about that.
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