21) Message boards : Number crunching : BOINC 5.10.28 (Message 18559)
Posted 5 Nov 2007 by Profile caspr
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5.10.28 is working a treat and has worked a treat since day one for me. Just remember to ensure BOINC is completely shutdown before installing. When upgrading from a very old BOINC version, you may just need to uninstall BOINC first. The uninstall and install process does not remove directories or blow any work away.




Didn't have any trouble at all downloading, didn't have to shut my manager down or anything and didn't notice any difference between 5.10.20 and 5.10.28 until the BOINC logo came up on the screen saver.... its huge! other that, it works great.
22) Message boards : Number crunching : BOINC 5.10.28 (Message 18523)
Posted 2 Nov 2007 by Profile caspr
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I've got 3 windows machines all running 5.10.20 and not a problem yet. The only thing is you have to completely shut your old manager down before installing it no matter what version your upgrading from. I think I'll stick with what I've got.
23) Message boards : Number crunching : Stand back....... (Message 18494)
Posted 1 Nov 2007 by Profile caspr
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guess you dont have much of a memory either.... have a nice day! you need to re read that last post.....wheres all those GREAT THINGS? I wanna see you help for a change instead of trashing everyones effort on the message boards!!





ya right back at ya,... boy, u'r to smart for me!!!!!
24) Message boards : Number crunching : Stand back....... (Message 18493)
Posted 1 Nov 2007 by Profile caspr
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guess you dont have much of a memory either.... have a nice day! you need to re read that last post.....wheres all those GREAT THINGS? I wanna see you help for a change instead of trashing everyones effort on the message boards!!





ya right back at ya,... boy, u'r to smart for me!!!!!
25) Message boards : Number crunching : Stand back....... (Message 18490)
Posted 1 Nov 2007 by Profile caspr
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Now thats interesting.... you consider this project a charity.... personally I consider it an opportunity to help on a project that may help ALL mankind....

u'r worried about respect but u show NONE!





Dago........ for the last time......... ARE YOU GOING TO BE PART OF THE SOLUTION, OR ARE YOU GOING TO BE PART OF THE PROBLEM?

DUH... IS THAT A TOUGH ONE?

since u have all this knowledge of BOINC/LHC I'D like to see you on the solution team!!

co'mon now lets see what you can do!..... I'm expecting GREAT THINGS!!!
26) Message boards : Number crunching : Stand back....... (Message 18484)
Posted 31 Oct 2007 by Profile caspr
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Seems to me everyone should "stand back" and let Alex and Neason do their job without interference,and while constructive criticism is helpful it seems that all this arguing is counterproductive. considering what they inherited I think they're doing a great job and yes the server needs to be updated. NOW I'm sure their painfully aware of that. I guess it comes down to this, who's gonna be part of the problem and who's gonna be part of the solution? if their not getting it done as fast as you think they should then give them a hand instead of creating more headaches for them.
Just my two cents
27) Message boards : Cafe LHC : Anyone have some good song selections to share? (Message 18456)
Posted 29 Oct 2007 by Profile caspr
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Bit of a Boomtown Rats fan(I'm Irish, could you guess?) rather than Floyd so know a bit about Mr Geldof's career (his autobiography is very good too).






Ill bet you dont like Mondays either!! =} been waiting all week to say that!
28) Message boards : Number crunching : Maximum daily WU quota per CPU? (Message 18416)
Posted 28 Oct 2007 by Profile caspr
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@ Neasan... I thought you were gonna open the gates a little once you got your new folk interested in the project. I'm not saying all the way, but at least 8 per. With all these WU's coming up as failed (only running for 2 or 3 mins.or less) I'd like the chance to do a little more.
29) Message boards : Cafe LHC : Anyone have some good song selections to share? (Message 18344)
Posted 22 Oct 2007 by Profile caspr
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By the way....which one's Pink? lol!

Bob Geldof





WOW! check you out! ;0)
30) Message boards : Cafe LHC : Anyone have some good song selections to share? (Message 18323)
Posted 20 Oct 2007 by Profile caspr
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The meaning to that song has pestered me for years. I still don't know for sure but I'm thinking either Einstein or Bohr.






Heck I don't know either , I was hoping someone could tell me! Just kidding! It's our friend Albert!


BTW....I'm watching the video as we speak, copy and paste to u'r search engine! I LOVE FLOYD!! By the way....which one's Pink? lol!
31) Message boards : Number crunching : Initial Replication (Message 18305)
Posted 19 Oct 2007 by Profile caspr
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all these arguments, day after day started because ONE person cant get everyone else to think like him,.. what a shame!!!
@ Keith t,....I think I'll use that link now!
32) Message boards : Cafe LHC : Anyone have some good song selections to share? (Message 18261)
Posted 18 Oct 2007 by Profile caspr
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Well this is a song that is suited for this project, and while I didn't go through all the other posts, you may want to see if you can guess who their talking about.


Kansas---- Portrait (he knew)
33) Message boards : Number crunching : server 4.67 ???? (Message 18183)
Posted 16 Oct 2007 by Profile caspr
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6 track is the science application that crunches the work units, an entirely different critter than the server. You didn't really think they would go backwards, did you?










I don't know.... u tell me, u seem to know EVERYTHING else!
I asked for an informative answer.... not criticism!

I asked a REAL question, can you give me a REAL answer?

34) Message boards : Number crunching : server 4.67 ???? (Message 18181)
Posted 16 Oct 2007 by Profile caspr
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Where did you get that version number? The client says LHC has scheduler version 5.05.
__







my client says 6 track 4.67 on a WU I just received, I admit, I aint the sharpest tool in the shed but I thought that was the version# help!
________
35) Message boards : Number crunching : server 4.67 ???? (Message 18179)
Posted 16 Oct 2007 by Profile caspr
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I thought you were gonna update??? dont go backwards!!!!
36) Message boards : Number crunching : The press release (Message 18085)
Posted 12 Oct 2007 by Profile caspr
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I also have a question about this "press release" was it released anywhere except the U.K.?
37) Message boards : Number crunching : Happenings... (Message 18081)
Posted 12 Oct 2007 by Profile caspr
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We will look into trying to sort it so maybe it's a one job in, one job out situation i.e. as long as you are grinding through the jobs you can get another as soon as you send back the last.






One in, one out, would seem to be the way to go except for dial up folk,( I'm on 24-7 so it doesn't apply) don't know how u'r make everyone happy! unless you set up a 1 Day cache for everyone,depending on what their box's can kick out per client. Just gotta do whats best for the project in the long run!
38) Message boards : Number crunching : work units?? (Message 18077)
Posted 12 Oct 2007 by Profile caspr
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@scarecrow... pretty cool, to bad I drink Rum + Coke!
39) Message boards : Number crunching : The press release (Message 18070)
Posted 12 Oct 2007 by Profile caspr
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Great artical! Lots of good links there. Thanks
40) Message boards : Number crunching : work units?? (Message 18065)
Posted 12 Oct 2007 by Profile caspr
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@ Dr.Mabuse, I'm currently running a 3 day cache of WU's at simap, thats what I need to clear off my boxs to get ready, and now pirates wants to start sending work again! Enjoyin the wealth!


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