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Message 8240 - Posted: 30 Jun 2005, 22:33:16 UTC - in response to Message 8236.  

available work going down below 120 k now.... we're crunching hard!
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Message 8247 - Posted: 1 Jul 2005, 8:24:31 UTC

Jord,

Thanks ...

Trademark huh? What is up with that?
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Message 8254 - Posted: 1 Jul 2005, 13:15:49 UTC - in response to Message 8247.  

There's this Jordan walking around on other forums. I'd best tell him who's King. ;-)
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Message 8265 - Posted: 1 Jul 2005, 23:13:02 UTC

New work! YEAH! ;-)

BUT: Boinc told me something of 9 hours and 45 minutes of completion, my (1st) CPU finished in 2:30 to 3 hours. so i got only 3 or 4 WUs :-( (BOINC 4.45)
On wich CPU the time is 9:45h ? => pentium 100 ??

My other CPU is working with BOINC 4.19 and got 10 WUs!

I think the the new scheduler of BOINC is not LHC (or other Projects) ready!

Let´s crunsh ;-)
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Message 8268 - Posted: 2 Jul 2005, 4:06:55 UTC

Well in the middle of the night last night I decided to see if anything was happening here at LHC and was amazed to see this thread (and the home page info) and Paul and Ric were here too!

So I decided to load a couple pc's and see what I would get and run them along with Einstein.


So far so good.........9 success and only 4 client errors so far


I'm giving seti classic a rest for a while.



Good to see this up and running again!




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Message 8275 - Posted: 2 Jul 2005, 14:11:53 UTC - in response to Message 8265.  

> BUT: Boinc told me something of 9 hours and 45 minutes of completion, my (1st)
> CPU finished in 2:30 to 3 hours. so i got only 3 or 4 WUs :-( (BOINC 4.45)
> On wich CPU the time is 9:45h ? => pentium 100 ??

Chrulle is running a program which does statistical survey on run times. So soon we well have better estimates on the run time.

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Message 8285 - Posted: 2 Jul 2005, 20:27:26 UTC - in response to Message 8275.  

> > BUT: Boinc told me something of 9 hours and 45 minutes of completion, my
> (1st)
> > CPU finished in 2:30 to 3 hours. so i got only 3 or 4 WUs :-( (BOINC
> 4.45)
> > On wich CPU the time is 9:45h ? => pentium 100 ??
>
> Chrulle is running a program which does statistical survey on run times. So
> soon we well have better estimates on the run time.

OK! Thanks for that info!
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Message 8286 - Posted: 2 Jul 2005, 20:42:43 UTC

Up, 98227 workunits to crunch

less than 100k

slowly slowly going down :(

I "predict" in 14 Days or less, the work will be done..

Happy Crunching
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Message 8320 - Posted: 6 Jul 2005, 3:42:37 UTC - in response to Message 8286.  

> Up, 98227 workunits to crunch
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> less than 100k
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> slowly slowly going down :(
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> I "predict" in 14 Days or less, the work will be done..
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> Happy Crunching
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I wonder, will CERN have more work before this job submission is done? Or will we run dry again?
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Message 8321 - Posted: 6 Jul 2005, 6:59:56 UTC
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57706 as I type. I wonder how many are in progress and how many have been returned? With the 27000 * 5 = 135000 total results to be crunched we are definetely going through them fast. I suppose not all 5 results are sent out, but we are still going through them quickly.

I reckon we will run dry again for 2 weeks while they wait for all results to be returned and some analysis is peformed on the returned results, then they will release more work. Here's hoping for 2 week cycles.

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Message 8323 - Posted: 6 Jul 2005, 7:42:41 UTC - in response to Message 8321.  
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How many work are we doing per average day?

I guess, perhaps wrong, it's in the region of 6000 WUs per day, time variations excluded.

Dear readers, in 10 days is worked out, it's drained/backen/empty/done again, nothing more to download.

we will see it happen...:(


Why do you crunch so much? Can't you use less attached clients?
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Message 8326 - Posted: 6 Jul 2005, 12:21:26 UTC

Leave more for you? :)

Well, we can hope that with the attraction and interest at CERN we will see multiple groups inventing expiriments for us to run.

I can dread can't I?
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Message 8333 - Posted: 6 Jul 2005, 19:56:23 UTC

methinks that the only reason there's still work left is because PB appears to have defected. ;-> PB?
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Message 8334 - Posted: 6 Jul 2005, 20:00:45 UTC

Hi All

I reckon we are crunnching nearer 10,000 a day.

Me also thinks that we are going to be processing the errors in 2 weeks, thier seems to be a few around.

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Message 8335 - Posted: 6 Jul 2005, 20:22:11 UTC

Hi Again

No my fault looks like we have got the errors back now to process.


Most of todays WU have been going down in sequence not up.

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Message 8343 - Posted: 7 Jul 2005, 10:54:48 UTC

Well, with the latest generation of work, sniff, sniff; it is dying ... oh where o where has my LHC work gone ...
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Message 8346 - Posted: 7 Jul 2005, 15:00:14 UTC

Guess the userbase is big enough still, huh?
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Message 8347 - Posted: 7 Jul 2005, 16:05:51 UTC

Hm, just a quick thought about this here...
ATM there are abt. 40,000 workunits left, this amount of work will only last a few days from now on, I think.
But what will happen afterwards? I read somewhere that Cern is thinking about not to continue the BOINC project after these beta-tests and instead use their own "grid-cafe" for the work.
Does anyone here have some facts about this rumour?
Thanks!
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Message 8348 - Posted: 7 Jul 2005, 18:25:55 UTC - in response to Message 8347.  

> Hm, just a quick thought about this here...
> ATM there are abt. 40,000 workunits left, this amount of work will only last a
> few days from now on, I think.
> But what will happen afterwards? I read somewhere that Cern is thinking about
> not to continue the BOINC project after these beta-tests and instead use their
> own "grid-cafe" for the work.
> Does anyone here have some facts about this rumour?
> Thanks!
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Haven't heard anything - but it would be quite a surprise to me - first they do a test, then when overwhelmed by the success they decide to make it permanent just to scrap it....

- Peter

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Message 8349 - Posted: 7 Jul 2005, 21:09:58 UTC

Have a look at this thread

http://lhcathome.cern.ch/forum_thread.php?id=1426

It's good news.

Live long and crunch.

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