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Message 38504 - Posted: 31 Mar 2019, 6:51:41 UTC
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Version 1.4.1 is canceled now.
Native-Theory is running well, but Sherpa find no solution:
After 283 hours(16.8K Minutes) Runtime.
https://lhcathome.cern.ch/lhcathome/result.php?resultid=219493491

This is a blog of Sherpa:
https://pysherpa.blogspot.com/

We need support with the latest Sherpa-Version.
http://mcplots-dev.cern.ch/production.php?view=matrix&rev=2279&display=unsucc[/b]
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Message 38517 - Posted: 3 Apr 2019, 2:28:52 UTC - in response to Message 38504.  

Hi Maeax,

Just a note that the blog you linked to is not for the Sherpa Monte Carlo Event Generator but a Python modelling and fitting package. The homepage of the Sherpa MC we run is this one:
https://gitlab.com/sherpa-team/sherpa

The most recent release version of the Sherpa MC is 2.2.6. On LHC@home we currently run up to 2.2.5, so we are reasonably up to date. The Sherpa jobs do fail more often than others, and we are investigating what to about it, cf some of the other threads on the forum.

Peter
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Message 38521 - Posted: 3 Apr 2019, 7:00:18 UTC

Hi Peter,
thank you for your feedback.

Yes, we want to run Sherpa's and help the Science.

Is it possible to select a preference in native Linux to let Sherpa only running in Theory?
So, the Volunteer can decide to let Sherpa running?
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