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Message 11233 - Posted: 6 Nov 2005, 19:29:11 UTC
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Well I did fire up my old PIII 500 and load a couple but I only have one left on that one and one on this one and 4 on the other one next to me........and I haven't checked the other machine yet!



I checked last night before going to bed and the WU # was actually going up a little so I was hoping there would be more this morning........guess I got up too late!





But I will keep checking........

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Message 11234 - Posted: 6 Nov 2005, 20:10:44 UTC - in response to Message 11233.  
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Well I did fire up my old PIII 500 and load a couple but I only have one left on that one and one on this one and 4 on the other one next to me........and I haven't checked the other machine yet!


I checked last night before going to bed and the WU # was actually going up a little so I was hoping there would be more this morning........guess I got up too late!

But I will keep checking........


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Still work on 3 systems, only one with it here, other running CPDN now. Even with only one left on some systems now we know who has all the units (just kidding)

Was bringing trash to the transfer station on Friday and picked up an IBM Aptiva system that someone left there.
When I got home I just connected the keyboard, mouse and monitor from wifes system to it and it started right up. Has 48 Megs of memory (have not looked to see what type, and a AMD K6 (2) processor, don't know speed of it.

Will have to take the case apart to see what type of memory it has, if it is the PC 100 I have more to add or replace, but it probably is the EDO that I don't have spairs of. I think the K6 used a diferant socket then the Athelon so can't change the processor.

If nothing else I can pull the floppy drive out for the wifes system, she is crying for one even though neither of us have used floppys in a long time. She would like the modum also but no phone line whare her system is, we have a wireless network that she connects up to. I was going to put the modum from the old Pentium 133 into hers, but it is for a ISA slot, only PCI on the newer systems.

If I can't update that some I may just get a new MB and CPU for an extra cruncher. Can't see spending a lot on power if it is too slow. But a P4 with HT CPU for the Celeron could be a better uses of the cash.

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Message 11237 - Posted: 6 Nov 2005, 23:10:24 UTC
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Up and Down, Up and Down, Up and Down, Up and Down, Up and Down, W00000HHHT
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Message 11249 - Posted: 7 Nov 2005, 1:36:53 UTC - in response to Message 11237.  

Up and Down, Up and Down, Up and Down, Up and Down, Up and Down, W00000HHHT


And going up fast now. Lets hope that it stays up.
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Message 11252 - Posted: 7 Nov 2005, 5:57:33 UTC - in response to Message 11234.  
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Was bringing trash to the transfer station on Friday and picked up an IBM Aptiva system that someone left there.
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Funny you would mention that Ray!


That old one I just got running and doing LHC needed a new HD (I have a new one but haven't loaded it yet)so I have the one on that computer that I pulled out of an old 1995 IBM Aptiva with a PII w/W98 OS


I was running seti classic on it for the last month or so and it was my slowest machine since I started back in 2000.


It took about 40hrs to run each seti classic WU (the one I'm on right now does em in about 2.5hrs)



So I put that same HD (tiny 4.3) in this PIII 500 and so it says it only has a PII and so does the LHC list of my computers here.


I run Einstein and LHC 24/7 and if one is out of work I run seti classic at the same time as the other one that is still running.


AMD 3200+ (200g HD-1g ram)

AMD 2200

P4 2.5

PIII 500



My AMD 1700+ died on me when the fan quit and ran for a few hours when I was not home.
And 2 old PII's that I run to test parts that tend to appear out of no where.


Just trying to run my seti classic numbers up until it gets shut down for good.

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Message 11273 - Posted: 8 Nov 2005, 4:52:16 UTC

That 40 hours for a SETI classic unit is not nearley as bad as when I tried it on a pentium 133, stopped it after about 65 hours. Forgot how far into it it went.

Taking a ride over to Vermont tomarrow, maby after I get back I will run CUPZ on that Aptiva and see what K6 it has in it. Not holding out much hope for it but for free I can't complaine. Wife wanted the Modum for her system but when I took the case apart it was one for an ISA slot, which she dues not have. Don't know why she wants that when she has a good connection through the wireless network in the house.
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Message 11305 - Posted: 10 Nov 2005, 11:10:10 UTC

All active forum members/crunchers, please vote for SSE/SSE2 support in "Questions/Wish List" message board. I think it will greatly increase processing power for capable processors. I am posting it here, because people mainly read this forum/topic :).

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Message 11310 - Posted: 10 Nov 2005, 17:22:16 UTC

Out of work again, only have enoughf for another day. Looks like Magic took them all again.

Well this will leave me time to do more work on Rosetta again and catch up with CPDN.

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Message 11314 - Posted: 10 Nov 2005, 22:03:45 UTC
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The last few times this week when we were running low I saw it jump right back up but decided to check one more time before I and it was down to about 4K so I decided to load up 3 machines here (that one I brought back to life died again and instead of wasting money fixing the old PIII 500 I am going to get maybe that AMD 4400 system)


I just got up and had to check and sure enough the server is out of work!


It's a good thing I stay up until 4am so I can load up the last 4K on the server


Ok.....I had my morning cappuccino so I better get something done around here so I can check back later!








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Message 11317 - Posted: 10 Nov 2005, 23:28:11 UTC

Looks like the project people are watching for the end of a batch.
We are getting loaded up again. :)

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Message 11319 - Posted: 11 Nov 2005, 2:37:06 UTC


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Hmmmmm.....let me see if I can load all 76,000 wu's on all of my 200gig HD's.....





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Message 11362 - Posted: 15 Nov 2005, 13:01:58 UTC

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Another famine before the feast, hmmm? Has LHC@home always run like this?
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Message 11364 - Posted: 15 Nov 2005, 13:51:17 UTC

Another famine before the feast, hmmm? Has LHC@home always run like this?


Yes, LHC studies results then generates new WUs.
Sometimes the pause maybe hours on up to days.
Never fear WUs will return.


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Message 11371 - Posted: 15 Nov 2005, 22:23:48 UTC - in response to Message 11362.  

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Another famine before the feast, hmmm? Has LHC@home always run like this?

No usually there is some dead time between studies. The last few studies have come right at the end of the previous one without a break.
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Message 11384 - Posted: 17 Nov 2005, 2:22:23 UTC
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Ok all of my wu's are finished so the rest of you hurry up and finish!




So now I am just running Einsteins and fired up the old seti classic (just to run up the seti numbers.....13,776 right now)


I have the luck of having to d/l an Einstein 7.96MB with my worlds slowest dialup.....which takes an hour plus makes me stare at this page while it takes a few minutes to load.


I could pay for a satellite IP connection.......but I would rather pick up another top of the line pc



I guess I'll go watch an NBA game and check back later!




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Message 11461 - Posted: 24 Nov 2005, 14:46:57 UTC - in response to Message 11273.  

I just fired up a P133 with 96MB Ram.

ETA on a Rosetta WU? 60 hours :D

Lol bring back the P133s!

That 40 hours for a SETI classic unit is not nearley as bad as when I tried it on a pentium 133, stopped it after about 65 hours. Forgot how far into it it went.


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Message 11475 - Posted: 25 Nov 2005, 21:30:33 UTC - in response to Message 11461.  
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I just fired up a P133 with 96MB Ram.

ETA on a Rosetta WU? 60 hours :D

Lol bring back the P133s!


43358 finally finished its second-ever LHC workunit this morning! 13 days... :(

And since the boinc benchmarks keep returning the CPU speeds as a NaN, it then claims zero credit!

(even for WUs inside the time limit, obviously)
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Message 11476 - Posted: 25 Nov 2005, 21:32:44 UTC

This afternoon I saw something like, "out of work, no workunits in porgress".
I come back to check a few hours later and:

Up, out of work
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:O Damn you guys are too fast!
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Message 11477 - Posted: 25 Nov 2005, 21:42:23 UTC - in response to Message 11476.  

:O Damn you guys are too fast!


Give them back!!!

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Message 11478 - Posted: 25 Nov 2005, 23:50:19 UTC

lol I got 17 of em :D

Should take around 4 to 5 hours each :p
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