1) Message boards : Theory Application : Probing /cvmfs/sft.cern.ch... Failed! (Message 44827)
Posted 21 days ago by TribbleRED
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Same problem. Similar config. Any resolution?
2) Questions and Answers : Unix/Linux : Best/Preferred Proxy (Message 44790)
Posted 25 days ago by TribbleRED
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But why is it used? Specifically Squid. Do you know?
3) Questions and Answers : Unix/Linux : Best/Preferred Proxy (Message 44786)
Posted 26 days ago by TribbleRED
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Doh.

I had searched for threads to answer these questions but I didn't seem to find this one. Thank you for posting the link.

So it appears the one that is suggested is Squid, but why? Is it for it's reverse proxy capabilities or because its free...? There could be better solutions than Squid and like I said I am also in need of some fail-over capability.

Thoughts?
4) Questions and Answers : Unix/Linux : Best/Preferred Proxy (Message 44784)
Posted 26 days ago by TribbleRED
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Hello All,

This is for both Win and Linux but I opted to post here instead of there...

I am looking for a proxy solution to handle several nodes running 48wu at a time. Presently my list has come down to Squid, Varnish, and NGINX; with NGINX being more of a web server that can proxy. I would also very much like to set up with fail-over capability as well.

Presently all my other projects are able to run on the nodes(48-56 threads per) in my racks but I can't do the same for either LHC or CPDN. Hence the proxy...

Any help would be appreciated.

Cheers
5) Message boards : ATLAS application : Potential disruption due to ATLAS database upgrade on 7 April (Message 44765)
Posted 18 Apr 2021 by TribbleRED
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Just out of curiosity what is the size of this database? database and all working files...?
6) Message boards : ATLAS application : Atlas Working Database (Message 44420)
Posted 1 Mar 2021 by TribbleRED
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Hi,

Does anyone know how big(actual unit of measurement) the Atlas working database is? I had a failure to connect to "/cvmfs/atlas.cern.ch/repo/sw" and lost some WU and it has me curious as to how big it is...

Cheers
7) Message boards : Number crunching : Too Many Total Results (Message 43641)
Posted 18 Nov 2020 by TribbleRED
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Thanks for the advice. I will look into this further tomorrow.

In the meantime, do you know if port forwarding could help with the networking side of things?

The nodes in question are on a separate electrical service than the one that services the gateway so a powerline adapter is not an option either unfortunately.
8) Message boards : Sixtrack Application : Team creation disabled (Message 43627)
Posted 17 Nov 2020 by TribbleRED
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Thank you. I messaged this individual
9) Message boards : Number crunching : Too Many Total Results (Message 43626)
Posted 17 Nov 2020 by TribbleRED
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And both machines are running spinning disks in raid-0 for storage where boinc directory is stored
10) Message boards : Number crunching : Too Many Total Results (Message 43625)
Posted 17 Nov 2020 by TribbleRED
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Thanks for the reply...

What do you mean when you ask what my values are? DL/UL are not throttled...

There is no way to get to these machines other than wifi. Currently on an Orbi mesh which provides plenty of bandwidth I believe. I have about 14Mb Up
11) Message boards : Number crunching : Too Many Total Results (Message 43614)
Posted 15 Nov 2020 by TribbleRED
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I too am having this issue. All of them so far are CMS.

2x nodes of the following:

2x E5-2695v2 w/192GB
Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition, (10.00.19041.00)
BOINC Ver: 7.16.11
Virtualbox (6.1.12) installed, CPU has hardware virtualization support and it is enabled
No other projects running other than LHC@home
*Have tried 60m between tasks and 6000m - no difference
*No suspension settings
*800GB available, 100GB~ being used.

Example:
https://lhcathome.cern.ch/lhcathome/result.php?resultid=289041431
12) Message boards : Sixtrack Application : Team creation disabled (Message 43546)
Posted 2 Nov 2020 by TribbleRED
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What is the vetting process for teams new to LHC?
13) Message boards : Theory Application : Estimated Remaining Time Well Past Scheduled Due Date (Message 40436)
Posted 13 Nov 2019 by TribbleRED
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I see. Well then I won't worry about it. I can't remember the last time I had seen this and I have noticed that the "estimated time remaining" indicators have not always been super accurate. I can see more clearly now the process as it is how it has been described thus far.

Cheers,
Colin
14) Message boards : Theory Application : Estimated Remaining Time Well Past Scheduled Due Date (Message 40414)
Posted 13 Nov 2019 by TribbleRED
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I have a bunch of new theory apps running who's estimated completed date is well past the due date. Should I continue with these or cancel them?

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