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Message 2097381 - Posted: 8 Apr 2022, 8:35:06 UTC - in response to Message 2097374.  

. . I suspect the cat is thinking "I don't know what the thing is with my human but it amuses me for hours!"

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Message 2097965 - Posted: 17 Apr 2022, 21:03:00 UTC

TSMC says 2nm chips will enter production in 2025. Meanwhile, 3nm will enter production this year.
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Message 2097997 - Posted: 18 Apr 2022, 7:42:10 UTC
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Since I know some people used my munin graphs, here is the next thing!

Grafana!

https://grafana.kiska.pw/d/boinc/boinc

Munin still exists if you want to use that, but in general munin won't be as supported. That machine is still running Debian 8!
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Message 2098016 - Posted: 18 Apr 2022, 16:21:43 UTC - in response to Message 2097997.  

. . That all looks pretty but there seems some confusion. The page is labelled Universe@home and at least one graph is too, but one graph is labelled einstein@home. Can I presume this is because it is a work in progress?

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Message 2098017 - Posted: 18 Apr 2022, 16:31:33 UTC - in response to Message 2098016.  

. . That all looks pretty but there seems some confusion. The page is labelled Universe@home and at least one graph is too, but one graph is labelled einstein@home. Can I presume this is because it is a work in progress?

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No they are all the graphs for Universe. The part that says Einstein is the toggle link to switch all the graphs to showing Einstein.
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Message 2098024 - Posted: 18 Apr 2022, 20:56:54 UTC - in response to Message 2097997.  

Looks very good!

One comment is that the workunits chart looks rather confused. No one trace can be followed when they are all overlapping...


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Message 2098085 - Posted: 20 Apr 2022, 2:12:09 UTC - in response to Message 2098017.  


No they are all the graphs for Universe. The part that says Einstein is the toggle link to switch all the graphs to showing Einstein.


. . D'oh!!

. . Thanks Keith.

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Message 2098257 - Posted: 22 Apr 2022, 17:46:31 UTC - in response to Message 2098016.  
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. . That all looks pretty but there seems some confusion. The page is labelled Universe@home and at least one graph is too, but one graph is labelled einstein@home. Can I presume this is because it is a work in progress?

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Probably some documentation is in order.




1. Select project, default is Universe@Home
2. Traffic light heartbeat based on last run, ie Green = successfully got server_status, red = failed to get server_status
3. Results panel
4. Workunit panel
5. Transitioner panel
6. Panel title goes here currently has "current floating speed" panel (ie volunteer compute perf)
7. Per app result panel
8. Per app runtime panel
9. Date picker
10. Where to find Einstein@Home since the variables are different
11. Status panel
12. Uptime percent(default is last 10 mins, you can edit this more on that later in the post)
ps not all projects export per app stats
pps not all projects export current floating speed
ppps Amicable exports their current floating speed as equivalent speed of Ryzen 7 3700X

Everyone has editor privileges, you can't save to the database unless you have write permission in which you don't. But you can modify each graph and even use some of the fields that I am not using.
Example for Einstein@Home:
https://server8.kiska.pw/uploads/23e7da0af282bcbc/image.png
notice the scroll bar there are tons of fields I export from server_status

Each panel has selectable fields for example the per app result graph:

I have excluded the apps with 0 results. You can do the same by clicking the field and if you want to select more than 1 then click one field and control click the rest. You can reset this by clicking a field twice.

For each panel you can edit the query that is issued to influxdb to edit, just click on the arrow on the panel name, then hit edit.


Once there you'll get the edit page it'll look something like this:


If you want to inspect the data, in the same menu click inspect, and it'll bring up the panel, it'll look something like this:

You'll get a table of... rows :D

Terminology used:
panel == graph

pppps The user that grafana uses to query influxdb is readonly so you can't really do damage.
ppppps You can hover over the panel for a tooltip for values
pppppps The more data you query the slower it'll respond, please don't hit refresh thinking it hasn't changed

Have fun exploring the data!
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Message 2098258 - Posted: 22 Apr 2022, 17:50:20 UTC
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Message 2098274 - Posted: 23 Apr 2022, 2:18:31 UTC - in response to Message 2097997.  

Munin still exists if you want to use that, but in general munin won't be as supported. That machine is still running Debian 8!
Would it be possible to transfer the historical data from the Munin Graphs to the new ones?
A lot of the time the graphs are most useful when looking at what's happening at the moment compared to what's occurred over the last 6 or 12 months (or more).
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Message 2098275 - Posted: 23 Apr 2022, 3:44:43 UTC - in response to Message 2098274.  

Munin still exists if you want to use that, but in general munin won't be as supported. That machine is still running Debian 8!
Would it be possible to transfer the historical data from the Munin Graphs to the new ones?
A lot of the time the graphs are most useful when looking at what's happening at the moment compared to what's occurred over the last 6 or 12 months (or more).


Anything is possible! :D

The question is if I want to spend the effort on looking at rrd files
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Message 2098292 - Posted: 23 Apr 2022, 13:40:08 UTC

Example of a modified dashboard:

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Message 2099061 - Posted: 6 May 2022, 20:14:05 UTC

Well, this one is just weird.

Typing certain words five times caused Google Docs to crash
User Pat Needham wrote on Google's support pages (via ZDNet) that writing the text string "And. And. And. And. And." on a Docs page within Chrome crashed the app. He confirmed it was present in Docs in his personal, G Suite Basic, and work account, and other users said it was also present in Firefox.
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People then set about looking for other words that would also crash Google Docs when typed five times with a period between each one. Some of those discovered included Therefore, Anyway, But, Who, Why, Besides, However, Dearness, Although, Besides, and Moreover.

One user wanted to do a thorough search for trigger words, so they started running through the entire dictionary in batches of 500 words. They discovered that Firstly, Secondly, Thirdly, and Fourthly cause the bug, but strangely enough, Fifthly and any words above it (i.e., sixthly, seventhly, etc.) had no effect.

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Message 2099259 - Posted: 10 May 2022, 20:59:22 UTC

I don't know but that's still a bit on the pricey side for my liking.

AMD’s newest GPUs could mean realistic pricing for once.

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Message 2099482 - Posted: 13 May 2022, 19:59:27 UTC

How's are the virtual currencies investments you made that are backed by nothing but vaporware doing?
Luna founder’s wife under emergency protection after crypto market death spiral plunges coin to $0
Latest indications suggest the supply of Luna coins in circulation went from a few hundred million to now 6.9 trillion, with the token trading at levels virtually near zero after hitting an all-time high of $119 just last month.

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Message 2099661 - Posted: 16 May 2022, 15:25:15 UTC

Demand for GPUs used to mine crypto 'disappearing', says ASUSTeK
... the fall in demand for GPUs was caused by the crypto industry responding to critics of its energy consumption. They're moving away from proof of work to proof of space – verifiable creation of data occupying space in a storage medium – as the means of mining tokens
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