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Message 2042738 - Posted: 3 Apr 2020, 8:49:04 UTC

Rosetta is alive again,
but take care: the wu's must be crunched within a few days only, thats quite different to SETI.
If someone likes to do work for biomedicine there is also GPUGRID, a project for CPU's and NVIDIA GPU's. They also have a lot of work available.
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Message 2042740 - Posted: 3 Apr 2020, 9:09:23 UTC

there's also world community grid, for cancer aids and zika.
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Message 2042751 - Posted: 3 Apr 2020, 12:10:41 UTC - in response to Message 2042735.  

I doubled it to 32GB.*
But i think your problem will be the flash drive- too small, too slow.
I ended up giving BOINC 8 GB to play with, and had to increase it further with the current Tasks being sent out.
A flash drive might be OK for Seti, not much data is read or written & what is done is very small amounts. But Rosetta uses huge amounts of disk space, and probably does quite a bit of reading & writing at various points along the way when processing a Task.

*The largest Rosetta Task memory requirement i've seen has been 1.3GB, some are only 500MB. So as long as you allow 1.3GB per CPU Thread being used, you shouldn't run in to memory issues.
Also check the BOINC Manager Event log, if there is a lack of disk sapce, Rosetta will have messages saying so in there- in red as well.
From my Event log
3/04/2020 09:39:50 | Rosetta@home | Message from server: Rosetta needs 238.75MB more disk space.  You currently have 1287.13 MB available and it needs 1525.88 MB.

Edit-
I've got a whole bunch of Rosetta Tasks, about to finish/finishing up. So i fired up Resource Monitor and there is a huge amount of disk activity- mostly writes, and one of your errors was related to not being able to read a file. I would expect there is a large amount of disk activity at various stages throughout the processing of a Task.
So i'm thinking the flash drive just isn't up to that sort of workout.


. . OK, it sounds like that machine aint cut out for Rosetta. Not looking to spend more bucks upgrading it with bigger faster drive and more ram, it sounds like maybe even the 8MB I could add might not be enough. My virus checker is saying that rig now has IDP.generic virus in boinc.exe, I suspect it is a false positive but despite making it an exception not to be scanned it keeps testing and failing it so I cannot even run E@H anymore. I need to fix the problems that it now has and find something more suitable for it to do :(

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Message 2042752 - Posted: 3 Apr 2020, 12:29:49 UTC

as i said before ^^


i got rosetta_4.12_windows_intelx86.exe 60Mo !
and rosetta_graphics_4.12_windows_intelx86.exe 59Mo !
and minirosetta_database_357d5d93529_n_methyl.zip 380Mo ! the WU


not as small as Seti App and Wus ...
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Message 2042754 - Posted: 3 Apr 2020, 12:54:47 UTC - in response to Message 2042602.  

If "space related projects" includes Astrophysics then Einstein@Home should be included.
And probably Cosmology(sp)@Home.

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Message 2042761 - Posted: 3 Apr 2020, 13:39:43 UTC - in response to Message 2042009.  

Hello.

Well it's interesting.

When I started this with Seti @ Home Classic I never would dream I'd still be doing it after all of these years.
Looks like I'll run out of work units both GPU and CPU today sometime and then that will be it.

Hopefully all those cpu cycles will contribute to the science in some small way.

It's a bit bittersweet, but it's been such a large part of my life I can hardly believe it's "over, for now".

-Todd
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Message 2042762 - Posted: 3 Apr 2020, 13:39:52 UTC - in response to Message 2042009.  
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Oh - one more thing - if some future project does happen, how will we be notified of it?

-Todd
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Message 2042774 - Posted: 3 Apr 2020, 14:26:48 UTC - in response to Message 2042762.  

Oh - one more thing - if some future project does happen, how will we be notified of it?

-Todd


If you are continuing to run other BOINC projects, just stay attached to SETI. You will probably continue to receive occasional re-sends for the next few weeks, and you should still get important notices.
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Message 2042780 - Posted: 3 Apr 2020, 15:23:21 UTC - in response to Message 2042379.  

The last chunk of new SETI@home work has gone out.
Thanks for staying 'til the end.


My account is now 21 years old - registered on 03 april 1999..

Well.. thanks for the ride.. and good luck to you all!
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Message 2042786 - Posted: 3 Apr 2020, 16:45:46 UTC

Is this where you tell everyone how old you are now that SETI is hibernating?

Projects in which you are participating
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SETI@home 11,649,642 9,129 15 May 1999
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LHC@home 2,144,999 1,398 26 Feb 2008
World Community Grid 4,620,758 1,191 27 Feb 2011
Rosetta@home 5,459,678 991 8 Dec 2005
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Collatz Conjecture 14,974,123 0 20 Mar 2012
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Message 2042795 - Posted: 3 Apr 2020, 18:13:47 UTC - in response to Message 2042716.  
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Rosetta is generating more work than usual, but has enough new requests for it that they are USUALLY out of it. They appear to have the only work under BOINC for helping the COVID-19 research. Their new application version requires more memory. You can do more with each task by setting a higher target time for tasks, but changing the target time too fast tends to give strange results in how fast the progress is going.

On another subject, I've lost the information in how long I've participated in SETI@Home, but it was at least 19 years.
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Message 2042802 - Posted: 3 Apr 2020, 19:32:59 UTC

Thanks @Eric for all your work and the work of your team! I've been along for a ride. I will keep SETI@Home listening when you come back, I will be there. Nearly made it to 10.000.000 :)
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Message 2042810 - Posted: 3 Apr 2020, 20:01:33 UTC - in response to Message 2042761.  

Hello.

Well it's interesting.

When I started this with Seti @ Home Classic I never would dream I'd still be doing it after all of these years.
Looks like I'll run out of work units both GPU and CPU today sometime and then that will be it.

Hopefully all those cpu cycles will contribute to the science in some small way.

It's a bit bittersweet, but it's been such a large part of my life I can hardly believe it's "over, for now".

-Todd


. . Absolutely ! ! !

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Message 2042811 - Posted: 3 Apr 2020, 20:03:44 UTC - in response to Message 2042780.  

The last chunk of new SETI@home work has gone out.
Thanks for staying 'til the end.


My account is now 21 years old - registered on 03 april 1999..

Well.. thanks for the ride.. and good luck to you all!


. . Congratulations!

Stephen

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Message 2042824 - Posted: 3 Apr 2020, 21:35:04 UTC - in response to Message 2042009.  

Crunched my final work unit this morning. Hail and farewell. Not the way I thought this would end. Such is life . . . so it goes.
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Message 2042842 - Posted: 3 Apr 2020, 23:02:13 UTC
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Sorry, I was in the hospital and couldn't post earlier. I just wanted to say that I'll miss Seti@home. Good luck to everyone, and thanks for letting me help.

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Message 2042850 - Posted: 3 Apr 2020, 23:56:09 UTC - in response to Message 2042754.  
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If "space related projects" includes Astrophysics then Einstein@Home should be included.
And probably Cosmology(sp)@Home.

Tom

Einstein was already mentioned ;)
Good call on Cosmology though, I don't know what that one's about!

The last chunk of new SETI@home work has gone out.
Thanks for staying 'til the end.


My account is now 21 years old - registered on 03 april 1999..

Well.. thanks for the ride.. and good luck to you all!


You must have been one of the 1st to register? What was the 1st day?

Rosetta is generating more work than usual, but has enough new requests for it that they are USUALLY out of it. They appear to have the only work under BOINC for helping the COVID-19 research. Their new application version requires more memory. You can do more with each task by setting a higher target time for tasks, but changing the target time too fast tends to give strange results in how fast the progress is going.

On another subject, I've lost the information in how long I've participated in SETI@Home, but it was at least 19 years.


It'll be under 'Projects in which you are participating' at the bottom of your account page.

My one :-

Projects in which you are participating
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SETI@home ........... 8,358,302 15,086 16 Oct 1999
Asteroids@home 30,008,400 4,399 24 Aug 2013
Rosetta@home ... ....... 232,308 574 9 May 2007
LHC@home ......... 3,518,212 349 29 Nov 2013
climateprediction.net 147,664 8 22 Jun 2019
MilkyWay@home 42,274,496 0 22 Jan 2011
Einstein@Home .. 166,208,421 0 22 Jan 2005
Team AnandTech - SETI@H, Muon1 DPAD, F@H, MW@H, A@H, LHC@H, POGS, R@H, DHEP@H.

Main rig - Ryzen 5 3600, 32GB DDR4 3200, RX 580 8GB, 500GB Samsung 970 Evo+, Win 10
2nd rig - i7 4930k @4.1 GHz, 16GB DDR2 1866, HD 7870 XT 3GB (DS), Win7 64bit
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Message 2042860 - Posted: 4 Apr 2020, 0:40:34 UTC - in response to Message 2042850.  

Rosetta is generating more work than usual, but has enough new requests for it that they are USUALLY out of it. They appear to have the only work under BOINC for helping the COVID-19 research. Their new application version requires more memory. You can do more with each task by setting a higher target time for tasks, but changing the target time too fast tends to give strange results in how fast the progress is going.



. . Actually Science United and Folding@Home are also doing covid-19 research.

Stephen

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Message 2042863 - Posted: 4 Apr 2020, 0:57:09 UTC - in response to Message 2042009.  

Will we be able to finish the Tasks already downloaded on our PC's? I was hoping to finish the tasks for SETI@home on the two PC's that still have tasks to complete. Thanks
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Message 2042865 - Posted: 4 Apr 2020, 1:05:07 UTC - in response to Message 2042863.  

Will we be able to finish the Tasks already downloaded on our PC's? I was hoping to finish the tasks for SETI@home on the two PC's that still have tasks to complete. Thanks
Yes (Although there are some server problems (again) occurring on and off at the moment, so it might take a while to be able to report them).
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