Joined: 14 Sep 18
Good day. I'm wondering how the tasks are calculated and also the work of the job scheduler rosetta home
One user told me that one task to check the accuracy of the calculations is duplicated a thousand times - is it true or not?
Each computer calculates a unique protein, or repeats the calculations of other tasks?
If this is the case, then 99% of computers are wasted, because tasks are duplicated for verification and reliability. It's right? or does each computer calculate a new protein?
I propose to make the UPTIME rating of computers on the network or the time for calculating tasks, the most powerful computers must calculate unique jobs without duplication, I want to calculate a unique protein, and not repeat the calculations of top-end servers.
And one more question, intermediate save and results are sent to the rosetta home server?
Joined: 22 Aug 06
I happend to see the question on the science board first, so I've posted an answer here.
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