1) Message boards : News : Problems/Status 28th November, 2012 and PAUSE (Message 25018)
Posted 19 Dec 2012 by arcturus
3 weeks without an update, not even a 'yeah we're continuing to work on it' in typical Boinc noncommunicative fashion. Oh well it's not much different than other projects out there. I've become accustomed to it.
2) Message boards : LHC@home Science : article about what we\'re doing? (Message 20569)
Posted 30 Sep 2008 by arcturus
3) Message boards : Number crunching : How long to wait before work is available? (Message 13491)
Posted 1 May 2006 by arcturus
Relax, everything's going to be just fine.
4) Message boards : Number crunching : How long to wait before work is available? (Message 13482)
Posted 30 Apr 2006 by arcturus
I find it hilarious that some people get so bent outta shape over a simple thread resurrection now and then. How 'bout another, lol, or better yet ... keep this one going!
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Not HAPPY people. (Message 13115)
Posted 23 Mar 2006 by arcturus
Let's talk about the other projects, shall we?

Climate - the linux client is HOSED, the solution uncertain, and this after months of being told it's a hardware problem.

Predictor - pathetic lack of communication, or maybe the 2004 update on the main page wasn't a good enough clue?

Rosetta - the 1% bug from hell. Everyone's blue in the face talking about it. Not a pleasant thing to discover your remote boxen have been idle for weeks.

Einstein - thumbs up! The Aksofp optimizing is impressive.

SIMAP - looks ok, low points. Wish I spoke more German.

Seti - we're alone. Live with it.
6) Message boards : Number crunching : Rosetta goes to full production. (Message 10651)
Posted 8 Oct 2005 by arcturus
Be aware there's still issues with stuck work units with Rosetta,
units which some people at first discounted as normal,
even with 1% progession after 10 hrs lol.

Everyone's got an opinion, right or wrong.
7) Message boards : Number crunching : only 10 k WU's left (Message 10051)
Posted 10 Sep 2005 by arcturus
<blockquote><blockquote>Why do we need a post here to tell us what we can read on the home page?</blockquote>

Because there's always those who have nothing better to do.
8) Message boards : Number crunching : information should not be that difficult (Message 9830)
Posted 1 Sep 2005 by arcturus
I'm generally good for 250 - 300 points / day with Einstein. LHC & Predictor in the 180 - 220 category, the lowest of the boinc projects.
9) Message boards : Number crunching : out of work ... for a long time ? (Message 9562)
Posted 22 Aug 2005 by arcturus

Could that person interrupt his/her vacation or terminate it, just to come here and prepare the next work, please?

LOL, if I were that person here's my answer: HELL NO.
10) Message boards : Number crunching : Win vs Linux Completion Times (Message 8922)
Posted 25 Jul 2005 by arcturus
Alright I've run under Linux for awhile and it's 5% - 15% slower depending on work unit with the longer units toward the 15% side. End of speculation.
11) Message boards : Number crunching : Win vs Linux Completion Times (Message 8493)
Posted 13 Jul 2005 by arcturus
Any differences in completion between Win and Linux. One optimized better than the other? I know with Einstein Linux takes nearly 2x as long.

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