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Message 14422 - Posted: 24 Jul 2006, 18:42:44 UTC

Hello !

I just joined this project and I haven't received any work yet. Is this normal ? How can I be sure that I didn't make a mistake ?

I subscribed to two other projects and they sent me work on the spot. (SETI@Home and Einstein@Home)

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Message 14423 - Posted: 24 Jul 2006, 18:55:54 UTC - in response to Message 14422.  

Hello !

I just joined this project and I haven't received any work yet. Is this normal ? How can I be sure that I didn't make a mistake ?

I subscribed to two other projects and they sent me work on the spot. (SETI@Home and Einstein@Home)

Thank you !



Hi Anne !
And Vive La France!!!

LHC is out of work at the moment.......WUs are released but not very often.
Stay attached to the project, because situation may improve!



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Message 14424 - Posted: 24 Jul 2006, 18:56:00 UTC

No work here - it's true.

LHC@Home is currently ina quiet phase. Studies aredone in batches, the resukts analysed, then more studies. At present the studies are quite small: a batch of work will run out in minutes, and take a week or two to crunch.

If the nature of the project interests you then stick with it and expect only sporadic work. If it's regular work you want, look elsewhere.

Oh - and there's no SysAdmin on the project right now, so problems take a long time to fix, if they get fixed at all.

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Message 14425 - Posted: 24 Jul 2006, 19:11:15 UTC - in response to Message 14423.  

Hello !

I just joined this project and I haven't received any work yet. Is this normal ? How can I be sure that I didn't make a mistake ?

I subscribed to two other projects and they sent me work on the spot. (SETI@Home and Einstein@Home)

Thank you !



Hi Anne !
And Vive La France!!!

LHC is out of work at the moment.......WUs are released but not very often.
Stay attached to the project, because situation may improve!





Thank you for the quick answer ... and the cheers ! :)

I'm interested in this project so I'll stay attached to it and wait ... I got an answer from the server saying that I should try at 10 pm (Paris time).

Anne
P.S. : I tried to create my profile but it failed two times ...



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Message 14426 - Posted: 24 Jul 2006, 19:14:02 UTC - in response to Message 14424.  
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No work here - it's true.

LHC@Home is currently ina quiet phase. Studies aredone in batches, the resukts analysed, then more studies. At present the studies are quite small: a batch of work will run out in minutes, and take a week or two to crunch.

If the nature of the project interests you then stick with it and expect only sporadic work. If it's regular work you want, look elsewhere.

Oh - and there's no SysAdmin on the project right now, so problems take a long time to fix, if they get fixed at all.



"The LHC

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is a particle accelerator which is being built at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, the world's largest particle physics laboratory. When it will switch on in 2007, it will be the most powerful instrument ever built to investigate on particles proprieties.

The LHC will take the place of CERN's Large Electron Positron (LEP) collider, and will sit in its 27 Km long tunnel, about 100m underground. It will accelerate 2 separate beams of protons up to an energy of 7 TeV , and then bring them into head-on collisions (from here the name "collider"). The protons collision energy will then be of 14 TeV. But the LHC will not be limited to the study of proton-proton collisions as it can also collide heavy ions, such as lead, with a collision energy of 1148 TeV. ..."

Of course I'm interested in this project ! :)

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Message 14427 - Posted: 24 Jul 2006, 19:14:03 UTC - in response to Message 14424.  

No work here - it's true.

LHC@Home is currently ina quiet phase. Studies aredone in batches, the resukts analysed, then more studies. At present the studies are quite small: a batch of work will run out in minutes, and take a week or two to crunch.

If the nature of the project interests you then stick with it and expect only sporadic work. If it's regular work you want, look elsewhere.

Oh - and there's no SysAdmin on the project right now, so problems take a long time to fix, if they get fixed at all.



Thank you for the quick answer and the explanations ! I feel less uneasy now that I know how things are going !

Anne

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Message 14428 - Posted: 24 Jul 2006, 19:14:03 UTC - in response to Message 14424.  

No work here - it's true.

LHC@Home is currently ina quiet phase. Studies aredone in batches, the resukts analysed, then more studies. At present the studies are quite small: a batch of work will run out in minutes, and take a week or two to crunch.

If the nature of the project interests you then stick with it and expect only sporadic work. If it's regular work you want, look elsewhere.

Oh - and there's no SysAdmin on the project right now, so problems take a long time to fix, if they get fixed at all.



Thank you for the quick answer and the explanations ! I feel less uneasy now that I know how things are going !

Anne

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Message 14429 - Posted: 24 Jul 2006, 19:19:13 UTC - in response to Message 14424.  
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No work here - it's true.

LHC@Home is currently ina quiet phase. Studies aredone in batches, the resukts analysed, then more studies. At present the studies are quite small: a batch of work will run out in minutes, and take a week or two to crunch.

If the nature of the project interests you then stick with it and expect only sporadic work. If it's regular work you want, look elsewhere.

Oh - and there's no SysAdmin on the project right now, so problems take a long time to fix, if they get fixed at all.



"The LHC

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is a particle accelerator which is being built at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, the world's largest particle physics laboratory. When it will switch on in 2007, it will be the most powerful instrument ever built to investigate on particles proprieties.

The LHC will take the place of CERN's Large Electron Positron (LEP) collider, and will sit in its 27 Km long tunnel, about 100m underground. It will accelerate 2 separate beams of protons up to an energy of 7 TeV , and then bring them into head-on collisions (from here the name "collider"). The protons collision energy will then be of 14 TeV. But the LHC will not be limited to the study of proton-proton collisions as it can also collide heavy ions, such as lead, with a collision energy of 1148 TeV. ..."

Of course I'm interested in the project !

Anne

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