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Message 7987 - Posted: 6 Jun 2005, 20:38:39 UTC

I don't want to nag anyone from LHC, but last week, we got more info from you guys when there was no work ...
first bunch of new work is done... now what?

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Message 7988 - Posted: 6 Jun 2005, 22:01:19 UTC

Who say's it's done yet ... ??? ... ;)
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Message 7989 - Posted: 6 Jun 2005, 22:28:58 UTC - in response to Message 7988.  

> Who say's it's done yet ... ??? ... ;)

I think "he" (sysfriend) say this :-)
i still have 20 Units on my AMD64, and some on the other...
if every run 2 hours, i have about 40hour CPU-time :-)
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Message 7990 - Posted: 6 Jun 2005, 23:15:15 UTC

Patience please.

I still have about 30 of them across all my machines.

I'm getting through them as fast as I can.

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Message 7991 - Posted: 7 Jun 2005, 0:59:20 UTC

With the resource share and cache levels I had set up on my machine it took to this morning to get rid of all other work for the projects (using the allow no new work button) so at 4.5hrs per wu per cpu on my HT machine, I should get through the cache in about 48hrs. Then I will be done!

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Message 7992 - Posted: 7 Jun 2005, 1:23:30 UTC

Are we moving forward slowly because................ From Chrulle a few days ago while we were in delay from a june 1 start.........Well, once again we are stumped.

On the XP sp1 and XP sp2 and 2000 sp 4. The results we get back are strange. The numerical value of the results are the same, but while we on other platforms the representation of 0 is 15 digits and a E on the afore mentioned platforms we get 16 digits and a e. This is not really a problem because the value is the same just the representation is different. So we simply have to change our post processing checks to actually parse the results instead of just running diff.

We are worried though, because we do not understand why this is happening, and although we have not seen it affecting any of the real numbers yet it might still happen. We are doing static linking so there should be no reason for this to happen.


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This frightens me because noone has come forward to say this issue is resolved. Are we still in a test phase hence the vaunted million workunits so slow in coming?
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Message 7993 - Posted: 7 Jun 2005, 9:03:06 UTC

I still have two to finish up ...

But don't have any more other than those two ...
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Message 7994 - Posted: 7 Jun 2005, 10:42:10 UTC

I got some about an hr ago....hurry, hurry, hurry. Wish the number on the front page would work.
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Message 7996 - Posted: 7 Jun 2005, 13:31:03 UTC - in response to Message 7994.  

> I got some about an hr ago....hurry, hurry, hurry. Wish the number on the
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I got a big load of work as well! :-)
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Message 8000 - Posted: 7 Jun 2005, 20:36:46 UTC

seems kinda random right now ... I was down to only one this morning... now I am up with about 15 ...

Better than nothing ...
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Message 8011 - Posted: 8 Jun 2005, 10:59:37 UTC

I've been unable to get new work for the last 4hrs....2nd load complete? Lucky my cache is full...hehehe.

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Message 8014 - Posted: 8 Jun 2005, 12:33:45 UTC - in response to Message 8011.  

> I've been unable to get new work for the last 4hrs....2nd load complete?
> Lucky my cache is full...hehehe.
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Ditto....

But I'm happy for the moment.. ;-)
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Message 8045 - Posted: 10 Jun 2005, 12:44:38 UTC - in response to Message 8014.  

I'm running out of work again...

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Message 8046 - Posted: 10 Jun 2005, 13:05:55 UTC

I seem to be down to only one in progress. Ah well ...
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Message 8050 - Posted: 11 Jun 2005, 4:21:29 UTC

Now that I can get away from S@H for a bit, I am again working through my backlog of LHC work.

Am down to 15. I started with 30 about 4 days ago.

I should have these few finished by early next week or sooner....

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Message 8051 - Posted: 11 Jun 2005, 12:03:53 UTC

I am done with all of mine. THough I looked at my account last night and it seems I got hit with the phantom WU generator to the tune of a hundred or so Work Units, and this is somewhat surprising as I have machines running versions from 4.25 to 4.44 ...

Ah well ...
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Message 8054 - Posted: 12 Jun 2005, 10:54:34 UTC

I waited to the last minute (1 wu left) before re-allowing new work on the other projects. This poor last wu will sit preempted for a while. Looking forward to the next lot being released.


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Message 8055 - Posted: 12 Jun 2005, 16:54:51 UTC - in response to Message 8050.  

Said By Logan 5
> Now that I can get away from S@H for a bit, I am again working through my
> backlog of LHC work. Am down to 15. I started with 30 about 4 days ago. I should have these few finished by early next week or sooner....

Looks like they're gone already. Guess I was faster then I thought.... ;)
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Message 8056 - Posted: 12 Jun 2005, 17:50:57 UTC

We all are ...

Though I need to buy another computer ... only doing about 2300 Cobblestones a day ... I gotta do better than this! :)

I just hope the next study comes out soon ... though I have not figured out what the graphics is really showing it is one of the better ones (when i look at them ...) I mean, it looks like 20-30 particles milling about in a cloud ... not racking around the track, nor, for that matter looking like a cross-section ...

Ah, well, if I knew anything, I should start writing it down ...
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Message 8062 - Posted: 13 Jun 2005, 13:15:47 UTC

only doing about 2300 Cobblestones a day ... I gotta do better than this! :)
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The main reason you are only doing about 2300 a day is because the LHC Project gives out less credit than some of the other Projects do for the same amount of crunching time ...

I'm the same way, I can only get between 2300 to 2400 a day here at LHC but at Einstein or CPND and some of the other Projects I can get between 3500 - 4000 a day ...
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