21) Message boards : Number crunching : Where all the Teams Go? :( (Message 14159)
Posted 24 Jun 2006 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
Yea, thanks for getting the admins involved so this can be straightened out....

'Bout gave me damn heart failure this morning seeing I had no team affiliation with LHC....
22) Message boards : Number crunching : sign up now! (Message 8512)
Posted 14 Jul 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
> Wouldn't this thread belong in the Café?)

Yes.

Markku Degerholm
LHC@home admin

*sigh*.....I warned people months ago that this might happen (new ppl posting anything, anywhere because there's no structure to the forum posting rules), but did anyone listen???

And yes, welcome to the newest members of our quickly growing ranks....enjoy the ride and please don't complain too much the next time there's no work for a month.... :/ LOL





23) Message boards : Number crunching : Higher User Limit (Message 8510)
Posted 14 Jul 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
Welcome to all the new participants in this fine project....:)


24) Message boards : Number crunching : we're not resigning!!!! (Message 8169)
Posted 24 Jun 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
Thanks for the small update Markku....

I as well tend to favor LHC above all the other BOINC Projects and would prefer to run it as continuously as I do Seti, but CERN sure doesn't make it easy.

Markku: Please go and crack the whip on those hamsters..err... I mean Scientists and get them to spin us some new work from their little spinning wheels please.

25) Message boards : Number crunching : New work?? Sort of...... (Message 8127)
Posted 20 Jun 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
> Lucky you!
>
> I just updated LHC on all my machines and got diddly-squat :-(
>
>
>

It was weird....one minute I'm happily crunching some seti then....BAM they just started showing up on my slowest machine (AMD XP2100, 768MB RAM)...almost as if CERN somehow targeted it specifically.....Muhawahawaha!!!! (LOL)

My faster P4's are not receiving anything, even after repeatedly updating the client or resetting the project
26) Message boards : Number crunching : New work?? Sort of...... (Message 8122)
Posted 20 Jun 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
One of my machines (the slowest one) received 11 of these strange looking work units:

w1_lhc.new_err_2004_bb_err__1__64.1_59.11__10_12__5__54_1_sixvf_boinc78_1
w1_lhc.new_err_2004_bb_err__1__64.1_59.11__10_12__5__72_1_sixvf_boinc80_3

The rest have various names but they all look similar.

These are using SixTrack 4.67 and are 100k turn from what I can gather.

Do these few drops of work to a thirsty man in the desert of no work from LHC mean good times are once again around the corner?

Or will it be business as usual, and when these are gone, who knows when the next batch will show?

Hmmmmm time will tell I guess, just happy to have something LHC related to finally do.... ;)
27) Message boards : Number crunching : first bunch done... now what? (Message 8055)
Posted 12 Jun 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
Said By Logan 5
> Now that I can get away from S@H for a bit, I am again working through my
> backlog of LHC work. Am down to 15. I started with 30 about 4 days ago. I should have these few finished by early next week or sooner....

Looks like they're gone already. Guess I was faster then I thought.... ;)
28) Message boards : Number crunching : first bunch done... now what? (Message 8050)
Posted 11 Jun 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
Now that I can get away from S@H for a bit, I am again working through my backlog of LHC work.

Am down to 15. I started with 30 about 4 days ago.

I should have these few finished by early next week or sooner....
29) Message boards : Number crunching : first bunch done... now what? (Message 7990)
Posted 6 Jun 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
Patience please.

I still have about 30 of them across all my machines.

I'm getting through them as fast as I can.

-L
30) Message boards : Number crunching : no work from project (Message 7953)
Posted 4 Jun 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
Me just got 20 on one machine, 9 on another, 10 on another and 8 on the last one I had set for LHC...

All in the last 5 min and all after the 'Out of work' sign
31) Message boards : Number crunching : Funny thing with BOINC 4.43 (Message 7811)
Posted 24 May 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
>
> I had v4.43 installed on 7 different Computers Chrulle, I never was able to
> get any work from LHC with that client, as soon as I switched back to v4.25 I
> started getting WU's again ...
>
> I don't know if it was a bug or not but I for 1 will not run the v4.43 Client
> again until somebody says they can actually get WU's from LHC with it ...
>


I've been using 4.43 ever since Berkeley made it their "recommended" version, and I have received about 20 of the '1-off' work units per machine in the last few days.

It works for me...now all we need are MANY WU'S to test it with.... *just to make sure it works* LOL :)
32) Message boards : LHC@home Science : CBC's Quirks And Quarks Radio Show had a few episodes on Einstein. (Message 7796)
Posted 21 May 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
Thank You Alex for the <B>VERY</B> informative links...
33) Message boards : Number crunching : A new unit (Message 7795)
Posted 21 May 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
> Looks like they're sending out work units that expired without enough valid
> results in at deadline time.
>

Didn't Markku mention something about them resending some WU's to finish up a test a few days ago??

Hopefully once all these one-off 'straggler' work units are returned that we will be (back?) on track for the Million WU that we've heard so much about..

I've received about 20 WU's per machine in the last 12 hours all 100,000 turn.

34) Message boards : Number crunching : Front page LHC News question(s) and a THANK YOU (Message 7784)
Posted 21 May 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
From today's front page:

QUOTE - "Good News: The latest run has finished successfully. Two of the five studies we also ran locally. The studies run on LHC@home are 100% identical to the control studies. Some new scripts have been developed which hopefully should increase the speed and ease of use of the job submission. Finally we are planning a big study of the beam to beam effect, hopefully starting next week."

Can one infer from this news that the current job submission process is somehow responsible for the less then steady amount of work we've received over the last several months, and that with a 'big study' hopefully coming next weeek that more work (1 million new WU's?) may be available then??

The project success rate speaks volumes for the dedication of everyone involved, and "the powers that be" should take a bow and be recognized for their efforts to understand better the particle physics science at the heart of what we all do here....

Bravo!!
35) Message boards : Number crunching : PHP-Errors on result pages - [SOLVED] (Message 7742)
Posted 17 May 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:

> I noticed the error and mentioned it in this board.
> After a while it was solved, sorry, don't know by whom or by itself, i edited
> only the thread title.
>

Ahhhh ok then. I thought you had created a neat trick to solve the problem is all.

:)
36) Message boards : Number crunching : PHP-Errors on result pages - [SOLVED] (Message 7738)
Posted 17 May 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
Well, if you solved this, why not share the answer so if anyone else comes across this again, they'll know what to do to get out of the situation next time.

???

37) Message boards : Number crunching : Will this test stop next?-No, ... ? (Message 7735)
Posted 17 May 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
> Up, 2878 workunits to crunch
>
> (this is good news)
>

Already gone.....They went <B><I>fast</B></I> in about 12min..
38) Message boards : Number crunching : scheduler hickup? (Message 7732)
Posted 16 May 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
> >
> @ Logan 5 & Travis DJ.
>
> What's the flaming about?
>

I can only speak for myself, but <B><I>I flamed no one</B></I>. I thought you had missed the post. Nothing more or less then that.

Why are you so quick to jump to a wrong conclusion?

I guess with all the strong differences of opinion that are being offered about the direction these forums "might/should/should not" be heading, I guess that tempers are a bit short for some?? Who knows.

There was no offense meant.

:/
39) Message boards : Number crunching : scheduler hickup? (Message 7726)
Posted 16 May 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
> But no new WU's have been sent out.
> ==========
>
> I've been fortunate enough to receive a few WU's the last few days dated due
> the 29'th & 30'th, so they have been sending out the over due ones it
> seems to me ... ;)
>

<I>We are currently finishing "tail" of current study, that is, resubmitting work until every workunit has been processed.

After that there will be a short break (week or so) and then about one million new workunits (which makes about five million results) will be submitted.

Markku Degerholm
LHC@home admin</I>

said here
40) Message boards : Number crunching : Will this test stop next?-No, ... ? (Message 7714)
Posted 15 May 2005 by Profile Logan5@SETI.USA
Post:
> All *I* have noticed about the stats is they seem to be whacky on all projects
> I am participating in ... I seem to only have gotten half of my daily normal
> ...
>
> What is so odd, is that nothing has changed on my systems.
>

@ Paul Buck:

You're not the only one who has noticed this as well....


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