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Message 21151 - Posted: 31 Jan 2009, 7:44:13 UTC

is there anywhere that says when is the coladers next work?
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Message 21154 - Posted: 1 Feb 2009, 7:02:38 UTC

Usually we find out there is more work by seeing it in our queues.
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Message 21196 - Posted: 18 Feb 2009, 20:48:27 UTC - in response to Message 21154.  

Usually we find out there is more work by seeing it in our queues.

Is there any other way to know? An ETA of any kind? The people who administer this program I\'m sure have some idea of when stuff might be coming down the pipelines.
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Message 21199 - Posted: 19 Feb 2009, 8:41:38 UTC - in response to Message 21196.  

Usually we find out there is more work by seeing it in our queues.

Is there any other way to know? An ETA of any kind? The people who administer this program I\\\'m sure have some idea of when stuff might be coming down the pipelines.

There isn\'t any way to know I\'m afraid. The work is added by the scientists when they need it done, which could be a day away, a week, a month or longer. The project administrators have previously said that they don\'t have any prior knowledge of when the work will be submitted, as it is an automated process which doesn\'t require any input from them.

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Message 21291 - Posted: 5 Mar 2009, 20:51:27 UTC - in response to Message 21199.  

Usually we find out there is more work by seeing it in our queues.

Is there any other way to know? An ETA of any kind? The people who administer this program I\'m sure have some idea of when stuff might be coming down the pipelines.

There isn\'t any way to know I\'m afraid. The work is added by the scientists when they need it done, which could be a day away, a week, a month or longer. The project administrators have previously said that they don\'t have any prior knowledge of when the work will be submitted, as it is an automated process which doesn\'t require any input from them.

Hope this helps

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Thank you. I\'m hoping/assuming that when the LHC starts up in full later this year it\'ll generate some more work, lots more. It may be of a different nature though.
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Message 21292 - Posted: 5 Mar 2009, 20:51:58 UTC

Why in the world are all of my apostrophes being converted into backslashes?!
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Message 21297 - Posted: 6 Mar 2009, 10:33:02 UTC - in response to Message 21291.  
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Thank you. I'm hoping/assuming that when the LHC starts up in full later this year it'll generate some more work, lots more. It may be of a different nature though.

The administrators have stated that they are not planning on having any of the data generated by the LHC crunched through LHC@Home, due to the download size and OS requirements. They may have other projects run through CERN available at some point.
Why in the world are all of my apostrophes being converted into backslashes?!

This was a bug in the server code. It was fixed sometime ago, but admin haven\'t updated the code used by this project yet.

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Message 21301 - Posted: 10 Mar 2009, 18:41:41 UTC - in response to Message 21297.  

The administrators have stated that they are not planning on having any of the data generated by the LHC crunched through LHC@Home, due to the download size and OS requirements. They may have other projects run through CERN available at some point.
This was a bug in the server code. It was fixed sometime ago, but admin haven\\\'t updated the code used by this project yet.

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I see, thanks. So is there no hope for this project to become a full fledged distributed computing project?
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Message 21302 - Posted: 11 Mar 2009, 8:47:35 UTC - in response to Message 21301.  

I see, thanks. So is there no hope for this project to become a full fledged distributed computing project?

I\'m not quite sure what you mean by this. LHC@Home is a fully fledged project. It was created to help the building and tuning of the LHC, which is what it has done, and is continuing to do.

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Message 21413 - Posted: 29 Jun 2009, 3:05:00 UTC

I just moved two of my Computers
over to this LHC Project.
I was apparently mistaken in
joining? There will be no work
from the September 2009
LHC collider \"Big Bang\"?
I need to make sure before
I put them back on the Einstein@Home
where I have a RAC of 20,100
ranking of about 42 with a total
of about 7 Million work Hours
in one year! I wanted to get a
head start on moving my stuff over
but after reading this Thread I must
ask for clarification. This project is only
to keep the LHC functional, not for
any research from the various LHC
Collisions?

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Message 21416 - Posted: 30 Jun 2009, 10:06:28 UTC - in response to Message 21413.  

I just moved two of my Computers
over to this LHC Project.
I was apparently mistaken in
joining? There will be no work
from the September 2009
LHC collider \\\\\\\"Big Bang\\\\\\\"?
I need to make sure before
I put them back on the Einstein@Home
where I have a RAC of 20,100
ranking of about 42 with a total
of about 7 Million work Hours
in one year! I wanted to get a
head start on moving my stuff over
but after reading this Thread I must
ask for clarification. This project is only
to keep the LHC functional, not for
any research from the various LHC
Collisions?

The data produced by the LHC will be analysed through the Grid, which LHC@Home is not part of. What will happen to LHC@Home, goodness only knows. If you have some time, you can read through the posts made by the admin people

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Hope this helps

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Message 21424 - Posted: 9 Jul 2009, 1:37:19 UTC - in response to Message 21416.  

[/quote]
The data produced by the LHC will be analysed through the Grid, which LHC@Home is not part of. What will happen to LHC@Home, goodness only knows. If you have some time, you can read through the posts made by the admin people

Neasan
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Hope this helps

Michael[/quote]
Michael, Thanks very Much, I was pleased to receive a reply - but so long to LHC@Home, I will not get involved with this shared Project. There are several excellent other places to help out the World Scientists - and receive some Positive results.
Best Wishes to all of you who work so hard trying to assist.
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Message 22416 - Posted: 8 Jul 2010, 6:37:46 UTC - in response to Message 21151.  

[Quote] gibt es überall, sagt, wann ist die nächste Arbeit coladers ?
Dank [/ quote]

Wann gibt es neue Arbeit ? Wird ein neues Projekt erstellt von CERN / BoinC, welches richtig funktioniert ?
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