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Message 9083 - Posted: 1 Aug 2005, 22:15:37 UTC

The number of WUs keep going down and the number of participants keep going up (now up to 10130). I though that sign-ups were going to be stopped at 10k?
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Message 9084 - Posted: 1 Aug 2005, 22:31:01 UTC - in response to Message 9083.  
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> The number of WUs keep going down and the number of participants keep going up
> (now up to 10130). I though that sign-ups were going to be stopped at 10k?

Well, this is not a surprise.

LHC is known as being a project different from others. Sometime there is a lot of work, then there is no work at all.

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Message 9085 - Posted: 2 Aug 2005, 0:24:24 UTC - in response to Message 9084.  
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> > The number of WUs keep going down and the number of participants keep
> going up
> > (now up to 10130). I though that sign-ups were going to be stopped at
> 10k?
>
> Well, this is not a surprise.
>
> LHC is known as being a project different from others. Sometime there is a lot
> of work, then there is no work at all.
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>

At my best guess, we'll run out of work at 8:15PM CST (US) today. That's approximately 105 minutes from now, or 2:15 UTC.
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Message 9086 - Posted: 2 Aug 2005, 0:52:29 UTC

Only 1657 WUs left now
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Message 9087 - Posted: 2 Aug 2005, 1:13:46 UTC

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Up, 1156 workunits to crunch
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[b]

Good thing I just got home in time to load up a few






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Message 9089 - Posted: 2 Aug 2005, 2:11:51 UTC

And then there were none! :(

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Message 9090 - Posted: 2 Aug 2005, 2:26:09 UTC

22.7.2005 12:16 UTC
The new server has no problems keeping up with the load of the new users, so we will open up for another 2000. Have a nice weekend.

BULLDUST IT CAN! Dammit! :)
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Message 9091 - Posted: 2 Aug 2005, 2:42:57 UTC

The server kept up, unfortunitly it has nothing to serve up.
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Message 9092 - Posted: 2 Aug 2005, 2:51:36 UTC - in response to Message 9091.  
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> The server kept up, unfortunitly it has nothing to serve up.
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Up, out of work
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:=)
gives me a good feeling we are getting faster work those units out...

If LHC realy starts with the Data, it will be much more then now...

i see the current WU´s only for Test and Server Maintaince

And dont think, they will give us the Interesing work,
for that they have some Supercomputers, wich make it faster then we do, we will only get the uninteresting Rest of Data, wich dont need short Workout`s, and has Time 1-2 Weeks, or just for Data Varification or Overnightwork......
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Message 9093 - Posted: 2 Aug 2005, 4:21:05 UTC - in response to Message 9085.  


> At my best guess, we'll run out of work at 8:15PM CST (US) today. That's
> approximately 105 minutes from now, or 2:15 UTC.
>

and then...

>Posted: 2 Aug 2005 2:11:51 UTC
>
>And then there were none! :(
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>Server Status
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>Up, out of work
>26 concurrent connections

was I right or was I right.. ? Mwuhuhehahahaha!!
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Message 9096 - Posted: 2 Aug 2005, 6:47:19 UTC - in response to Message 9093.  

Well I've set my queue to 10 days so I have work for another 5-6 days.
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Message 9098 - Posted: 2 Aug 2005, 7:29:01 UTC
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People who up their contact period in order to download extra units do 2 things.

First, and most obviously, they prevent others from getting units.

Second, and more subtly, they delay the completion of runs by up to a week. If everyone had grabbed 1 wu and finished it, then the entire run would have been finished. Now, the run can't be completed because some users who have grabbed 5-6 days worth of work.

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The new server has no problems keeping up with the load of the new users, so we will open up for another 2000. Have a nice weekend.
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Hmmmmm...

I notice account creation was still open, a case of "hurry up and wait".

Wave upon wave of demented avengers march cheerfully out of obscurity into the dream.

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Message 9099 - Posted: 2 Aug 2005, 9:08:49 UTC

There are about 3.6K new work units now available so the outage was short lived.

I trust the number will keep increasing for a while....
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Message 9100 - Posted: 2 Aug 2005, 9:22:02 UTC - in response to Message 9092.  

> :=)
> gives me a good feeling we are getting faster work those units out...
>
> If LHC realy starts with the Data, it will be much more then now...
>
> i see the current WU´s only for Test and Server Maintaince
>
> And dont think, they will give us the Interesing work,
> for that they have some Supercomputers, wich make it faster then we do, we
> will only get the uninteresting Rest of Data, wich dont need short Workout`s,
> and has Time 1-2 Weeks, or just for Data Varification or Overnightwork......
>

Well, San, I can assure you that no Supercomputers at CERN are working on LHC accelerator beam tracking, and even if they were they would be much less productive than LHC@home which is delivering around 3 TeraFlops right now.

The beam studies being done on LHC@home are serious production work. There is a lot more of them to be done over the next weeks. We will make some written results available in due course to our crunching community.

Ben Segal / LHC@home
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Message 9101 - Posted: 2 Aug 2005, 9:29:48 UTC

[b]Alright!


Up, 7542 workunits to crunch
30 concurrent connections


I knew there was a reason I always stay up this late (2:30am here)



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Message 9102 - Posted: 2 Aug 2005, 9:30:51 UTC - in response to Message 9100.  

Up, 7400 workunits to crunch
30 concurrent connection

fresh meat get it ^^
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Message 9103 - Posted: 2 Aug 2005, 9:57:17 UTC - in response to Message 9100.  
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> Well, San, I can assure you that no Supercomputers at CERN are working on LHC
> accelerator beam tracking, and even if they were they would be much less
> productive than LHC@home which is delivering around 3 TeraFlops right now.
>
> The beam studies being done on LHC@home are serious production work. There is
> a lot more of them to be done over the next weeks. We will make some written
> results available in due course to our crunching community.
>
> Ben Segal / LHC@home
>

@Ben Segal
Thank you Ben for the 'short info-update', how the results serves .
The crunching community would appreciate more infos.

greetz LittleBouncer


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Message 9105 - Posted: 2 Aug 2005, 11:51:16 UTC

I look forward to seeing the results, even though I will have to do some serious googling to make sense of half of it ;)
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Message 9106 - Posted: 2 Aug 2005, 14:29:37 UTC - in response to Message 9098.  

> People who up their contact period in order to download extra units do 2
> things.
>
> First, and most obviously, they prevent others from getting units.
>
> Second, and more subtly, they delay the completion of runs by up to a week. If
> everyone had grabbed 1 wu and finished it, then the entire run would have been
> finished. Now, the run can't be completed because some users who have grabbed
> 5-6 days worth of work.

quit cryin >:P
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Message 9107 - Posted: 2 Aug 2005, 16:10:35 UTC - in response to Message 9098.  
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> People who up their contact period in order to download extra units do 2
> things.
>
> First, and most obviously, they prevent others from getting units.
>
> Second, and more subtly, they delay the completion of runs by up to a week. If
> everyone had grabbed 1 wu and finished it, then the entire run would have been
> finished. Now, the run can't be completed because some users who have grabbed
> 5-6 days worth of work.
>

Yes, and now the hoarders must feel pretty stupid! 95,000+ WU's available by now!

Tsk tsk tsk!


EDIT: 104,000+ by now!


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