1) Message boards : Sixtrack Application : Inconclusive, valid/invalid results (Message 31237)
Posted 2 Jul 2017 by Profile John Hunt
Post:
Any light at the end of tunnel yet?

Situation here is as follows:-
Host 10414945
Total WU 513
In progress 77
Pending 80
Inconclusive 190
Valid 166
Invalid 0
Error 0
2) Message boards : Sixtrack Application : Inconclusive, valid/invalid results (Message 31194)
Posted 30 Jun 2017 by Profile John Hunt
Post:
Inconclusives rising again ?

Situation here is as follows:-
Host 10414945
Total WU 181
In progress 56
Pending 50
Inconclusive 38
Valid 37
Invalid 0
Error 0
3) Message boards : Sixtrack Application : SIXTRACKTEST (Message 31187)
Posted 29 Jun 2017 by Profile John Hunt
Post:
Please forgive me for asking, but does sixtracktest require VM to run or is it a replacement for the old sixtrack?

It does not require VM.


Thx for reply. Which is priority at the moment - sixtrack or test?
4) Message boards : Sixtrack Application : SIXTRACKTEST (Message 31184)
Posted 29 Jun 2017 by Profile John Hunt
Post:
Please forgive me for asking, but does sixtracktest require VM to run or is it a replacement for the old sixtrack?
5) Message boards : Sixtrack Application : Inconclusive, valid/invalid results (Message 31078)
Posted 26 Jun 2017 by Profile John Hunt
Post:
Thx for your help and advice! On checking the details of my 20 inconclusives, they are split amongst 7 different wingmen, all with high proportions of inconclusives.
6) Message boards : Sixtrack Application : Inconclusive, valid/invalid results (Message 31072)
Posted 26 Jun 2017 by Profile John Hunt
Post:
Is my host 10414945 OK? Lot of pending and inconclusive results here....
7) Message boards : Team invites : TEAM ENGLAND (BOINC) (Message 21155)
Posted 1 Feb 2009 by Profile John Hunt
Post:
FULL STEAM AHEAD!




Team England (Boinc) has risen to 93rd position in World Ranking !
8) Message boards : Team invites : TEAM ENGLAND (BOINC) (Message 21119)
Posted 24 Jan 2009 by Profile John Hunt
Post:


We may not be rising as fast as the Space Shuttle, but overnight, Team England (Boinc) has risen to 94th position in World Ranking ! BoincStats

9) Message boards : Team invites : TEAM ENGLAND (BOINC) (Message 20751)
Posted 8 Nov 2008 by Profile John Hunt
Post:
Team England has decided to take part in one of the regular competitions at WCG –
Christmas Race 2008



A list of the ‘runners’ can be found here –
http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/team/challenge/viewTeamChallenge.do?challengeId=1721

The race runs from 1st December through to midnight on the 24th December.
All team members are invited to take part – the more the merrier!
The team has the opportunity to improve both UK and World rankings on this worthwhile project. All it needs is a small contribution from everyone in the team – perhaps one or two WCG WUs each day while continuing to crunch your own projects. There is a thread in the Team Forum where you can follow progress or find out how to ‘tweak’ your project settings.
The WUs can take up to 8 hrs and the time for validation, strangely enough, is quicker than SETI even though WCG WUs ask for a quorum of 10 or more!


10) Message boards : Number crunching : Download problems? (Message 19839)
Posted 28 Jul 2008 by Profile John Hunt
Post:
I have the same problem too - two WUs stuck.

@ Chertsey Al -


11) Message boards : Team invites : TEAM ENGLAND (BOINC) (Message 19712)
Posted 11 Jun 2008 by Profile John Hunt
Post:

Another milestone for Team England (Boinc) -
40 Million Credits!


The team has a presence in 56 Boinc projects.
As this milestone is passed on 11th June 2008 -
In 50 of the projects, the team is in the Top 10 UK ranking.
In 16 of the projects, the team is in the Top 50 World ranking.



Overall, the team is No. 7 in the UK and No. 105 in the World.
Not long to go until we reach the Top 100........




Be there with us when we reach the Top 100!
12) Message boards : Cafe LHC : Anyone have some good song selections to share? (Message 19314)
Posted 28 Mar 2008 by Profile John Hunt
Post:

Rory Gallagher - A Million Miles Away
13) Message boards : Number crunching : To completion times for new tasks (Message 18966)
Posted 7 Feb 2008 by Profile John Hunt
Post:

I've had two completed in 35 mins each, seven look like six hour jobs. (Q6600 quad)
The remaining one may take 12 hours. (H/T P4 crunching alongside CPDN)

14) Message boards : Cafe LHC : An appeal to all crunchers! (Message 17996)
Posted 29 Sep 2007 by Profile John Hunt
Post:


Thank you Zelvuska and the Czech National Team for the Czech translation.
Great work!

15) Message boards : Team invites : Australian Alliance (Message 17994)
Posted 29 Sep 2007 by Profile John Hunt
Post:

G'Day Crunchers Everywhere!

Aussie Assault Number 9 is on the starting blocks and this time the target is QMC@Home.
The team will be concentrating a significant portion of their processing power on that project from
October 1st for the following two weeks.


Aussies anywhere in the world - if you are teamless, come and join us! We have a great team website where
you can get all the support (both moral and technical!) that you need. Just click on the team logo in my sig and
follow the links to the forum.

And of course, the invite is open to non-Aussies too! (hey, I'm a 100% Pom and they let me in.....)

The starting gun goes off at Midnight Sunday local time for all the team.

Aussie Assault 8 was hard work because SETI had problems but QMC has a good track record
for reliability. Let's hope we have a good Assault this time!
16) Message boards : Team invites : Australian Alliance (Message 17973)
Posted 24 Sep 2007 by Profile John Hunt
Post:

All Australians and anyone who is interested, is invited to join a team involved in all BOINC projects, become part of the Aussie Alliance and compete with the largest national teams.

BOINC@AUSTRALIA has a great member retention and participation rate, better than most other teams. Please pop in and find out why

We're here for the science but enjoy the fun. We have a team web site, active forum, team camaraderie and best of all great team members. If you're interested please click on the link in the team Logo.

* BOINC@AUSTRALIA is in striking distance of the top 10 teams.
* We're the #1 Aussie team, with more than 170 Million credits - That's a lot of science!
* The team is active in all current BOINC projects.
* We're still growing and looking for more members in any BOINC project.
* Your existing BBC Climate credits come with you.
* Future credits from all projects will help build a powerful Aussie Alliance.
* BOINC@AUSTRALIA has over 1,000 members.

Together, we'll not only be the top Australian team, but in the top 10 of the world.

We are open to new suggestions, new members and new science. Come and look us over - You can check out our web site by clicking on the team logo below and also have a look around our forum. You can ask for assistance in the forum too.

Join us on our next "Aussie Assault". You really won't believe how much fun they are, and how addictive, until you been through the crunching frenzy.

On 1 October 2007, we will "Assault" our next project and crunch as much science as possible in a fortnight. Then we return you to normal programming. Until the next "Aussie Assault". :-)



17) Message boards : Cafe LHC : An appeal to all crunchers! (Message 17958)
Posted 22 Sep 2007 by Profile John Hunt
Post:

Thanks to Kimegi Tepeex (Independent cruncher) who turns in some great figures on a load of projects!
Vive la France! and thank you for the French translation!

18) Message boards : Cafe LHC : An appeal to all crunchers! (Message 17957)
Posted 22 Sep 2007 by Profile John Hunt
Post:

And another!
Great work from Jamin (BOINK.SK) who crunches too many projects to mention! Thanks for translating into Polish!

19) Message boards : Cafe LHC : An appeal to all crunchers! (Message 17956)
Posted 22 Sep 2007 by Profile John Hunt
Post:
As part of the response to my appeal, I received the following PM from another cruncher -

Howdy John!

I see that you're getting a good response for translators.

Once they are done with your site, please see if they'd consider helping out Chris Caldwell and his Prime Pages site. Currently, the site has English, Spanish, Persian, and French.

http://primes.utm.edu/bios/help/translating.php

Good Luck with getting more languages!
John


Anyone interested?

20) Message boards : Cafe LHC : An appeal to all crunchers! (Message 17955)
Posted 22 Sep 2007 by Profile John Hunt
Post:
Replies coming in fast now!
Thank you Seejay from BOINCstats team for providing an excellent Italian translation.
Seejay crunches SETI, Einstein and Rosetta.



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