|As of 18 Jun 2013 5:02:50 UTC (updated every 10 minutes)|
|Data-driven web pages||boinc.bakerlab.org||Running
|Running:||Program is operating normally|
|Not Running:||Program failed or ran out of work|
|Disabled:||Program has been disabled by staff|
|Ready to send||50,310|
Web servers: boinc, srv1, srv2, srv3, srv4
- Web servers: boinc, srv1, srv2, srv3, srv4, srv5
- 4-core Dell R210s
- mirrored 146GB 15K RPM system disks
- 8 GB RAM
- Database server
- Dell 2950, dual-quad 2GB Xeon E5405 w/ 6MB cache
- 32 GB RAM
- mirrored root raid, running 2.6.18-92.1.22.el5 (64 bit)
- the database files are written to a hardware mirror of two 15K 300GB disks
- dual GB NIC
- GPFS SAN fileserver
- two IBM x3650
- one IBM (1)DS3512/(3)EXP3512 disk controllers
- 48 600GB 15,000 RPM SAS disks
- clustered fileserver running IBM's GPFS filesystem
- Data-driven web pages: Public web pages that require database access to be generated.
Pages like the forums, or ones that contain statistics or client version information, etc.
are occasionally turned off (by hand) when the database is down.
- Make_work: Generates new work units.
- Scheduler: Determines what work is going to be sent to/received from requesting clients.
If this is off, you cannot send any results or receive any workunits.
- Feeder: Fills up the scheduler work queue with workunits ready to be sent.
The scheduler is too busy handling transaction with clients so the feeder does this job.
- File_deleter: Deletes input/output files when no longer needed.
This program keeps our upload/download disks as clean as possible.
- Transitioner: Handles state transitions of workunits and results.
Basically, the transitioners keep track of the many, many results in progress
and makes sure they properly move down the pipeline. It is always asking the
questions: Is this workunit ready to send out? Has this result been received
yet? Is this a valid result? Can we delete it now?
- Validator: Validates Rosetta@home work returned by the clients,
checkes the data integrity and then issues credit to responsible users accordingly.
- Assimilator: Takes scientific data from validated results and
puts them in the Rosetta@home master database for later analysis.