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Message 104073 - Posted: 7 Jan 2022, 23:32:40 UTC - in response to Message 104070.  

I'm having two problems.

First, there's no work.

Second, I'm running two computers and I have one task on each. But Rosetta isn't showing up on the other one.
OK. Since Rosetta isn't sending me any work just now,, there's nothing to show. But I probably would have been aware of this earlier, had I seen it on my other computer.

So, I think the first problem is more important. are others getting work? Is there some reason I'm not? What can i do/

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Ross
Vbox (python) always available.
Traditional 4.20 work, intermittent. I see a batch every few days that is eaten up within a few hours.

If you can't do the python stuff, attach to something else, (e.g. WCG which has cancer work continuously and a bit of Covid) and leave rosetta asking for work too, so you'll get some batches of 4.20 when it comes.
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Message 104076 - Posted: 7 Jan 2022, 23:55:41 UTC - in response to Message 104073.  

I'm having two problems.

First, there's no work.

Second, I'm running two computers and I have one task on each. But Rosetta isn't showing up on the other one.
OK. Since Rosetta isn't sending me any work just now,, there's nothing to show. But I probably would have been aware of this earlier, had I seen it on my other computer.

So, I think the first problem is more important. are others getting work? Is there some reason I'm not? What can i do/

Thank you.

Ross
Vbox (python) always available.
Traditional 4.20 work, intermittent. I see a batch every few days that is eaten up within a few hours.

If you can't do the python stuff, attach to something else, (e.g. WCG which has cancer work continuously and a bit of Covid) and leave rosetta asking for work too, so you'll get some batches of 4.20 when it comes.



Looking at the details of your computer its hard to tell if you have Vbox or not.
If you have Vbox then you need to check the details page about your your computer and make sure that Python is allowed. We discuss that in detail over in number crunching.

Another project to join up with is SiDock. Fast turn around tasks. Also protein folding.
Another one is QuChem. Also a protein folding group.
No high memory demands like Python here. You need around 2.5GB of memory per core if you going to run Python dedicated on your machine.
And for better help, come post your story over in number crunching. There are a couple of guys there that are really good at this.
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Message 104087 - Posted: 8 Jan 2022, 3:47:29 UTC - in response to Message 104076.  

I'm having two problems.

First, there's no work.

Second, I'm running two computers and I have one task on each. But Rosetta isn't showing up on the other one.
OK. Since Rosetta isn't sending me any work just now,, there's nothing to show. But I probably would have been aware of this earlier, had I seen it on my other computer.

So, I think the first problem is more important. are others getting work? Is there some reason I'm not? What can i do/

Thank you.

Ross
Vbox (python) always available.
Traditional 4.20 work, intermittent. I see a batch every few days that is eaten up within a few hours.

If you can't do the python stuff, attach to something else, (e.g. WCG which has cancer work continuously and a bit of Covid) and leave rosetta asking for work too, so you'll get some batches of 4.20 when it comes.



Looking at the details of your computer its hard to tell if you have Vbox or not.
If you have Vbox then you need to check the details page about your your computer and make sure that Python is allowed. We discuss that in detail over in number crunching.

Another project to join up with is SiDock. Fast turn around tasks. Also protein folding.
Another one is QuChem. Also a protein folding group.
No high memory demands like Python here. You need around 2.5GB of memory per core if you going to run Python dedicated on your machine.
And for better help, come post your story over in number crunching. There are a couple of guys there that are really good at this.


You may want to reload BOINC on your 2nd system that is not communicating with Rosetta it's last connection was on 1 Oct 2021, 2:09:53 UTC. Both of your systems have fairly old versions of BOINC installed (7.16.11 from Sept 2020. The current version is 7.16.20 and can be down from https://boinc.berkeley.edu/download.php
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Message 104187 - Posted: 12 Jan 2022, 1:21:02 UTC - in response to Message 104087.  

OK, I went with WCG and am crunching already. That makes me a happy camper. I left Rosetta up, so if more work comes around I'll see it.

Ross
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Message 104190 - Posted: 12 Jan 2022, 17:51:31 UTC - in response to Message 104187.  

I've also joined SiDock.
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Message 105336 - Posted: 6 Mar 2022, 6:32:24 UTC

Hi to All,
My projects (Rosetta and WCG) are stopped since many days. I uninstalled Boinc and reinstalled. Is it a general problem or do I need to do something or is the "migration process" which takes so long ?

Tks in adavance
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Message 105337 - Posted: 6 Mar 2022, 6:32:25 UTC

Hi to All,
My projects (Rosetta and WCG) are stopped since many days. I uninstalled Boinc and reinstalled. Is it a general problem or do I need to do something or is the "migration process" which takes so long ?

Tks in adavance
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Message 105338 - Posted: 6 Mar 2022, 9:25:18 UTC - in response to Message 105337.  

Do you have VirtualBox installed? Rosetta python tasks require it to be installed. (there's a lot of Python tasks available). Normal Rosetta (4.20) are not always available, it might be why you aren't receiving any. As for WCG, the migration progress will take a few months and no tasks will be distributed during that time. WCG tasks will be distributed automatically when they will be back online.
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Message 105340 - Posted: 6 Mar 2022, 17:08:33 UTC - in response to Message 105336.  

Hi to All,
My projects (Rosetta and WCG) are stopped since many days. I uninstalled Boinc and reinstalled. Is it a general problem or do I need to do something or is the "migration process" which takes so long ?

Tks in adavance
RaptorSteve


WCG says it is down for planned maintenance.


I haven't gotten any Rosetta tasks in quite a while. I also uninstalled Virtual Box because this computer is too old, limited and doesn't like it.

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Message 105341 - Posted: 6 Mar 2022, 17:14:22 UTC - in response to Message 105340.  

Hi to All,
My projects (Rosetta and WCG) are stopped since many days. I uninstalled Boinc and reinstalled. Is it a general problem or do I need to do something or is the "migration process" which takes so long ?

Tks in adavance
RaptorSteve


WCG says it is down for planned maintenance.


I haven't gotten any Rosetta tasks in quite a while. I also uninstalled Virtual Box because this computer is too old, limited and doesn't like it.

Steven Gaber



Then you better join up with some other projects to keep your system busy because 4.2 tasks are not that common these days.

You might try this one: https://gene.disi.unitn.it/test/ or this one https://www.sidock.si/sidock/ to keep your system busy until WCG comes back or until this project produces some more 4.2 work. But that goes very fast 1-2 days at most.
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Message 105373 - Posted: 9 Mar 2022, 12:29:16 UTC

No new work in quite some time.... are we in one of the down times?
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Message 105376 - Posted: 9 Mar 2022, 20:06:38 UTC - in response to Message 105373.  

No new work in quite some time.... are we in one of the down times?



Unless you have virtualization enabled and virtual box installed and your account is set to accept virtualization work, then you will have long dry spells once the normal tasks are completed.

Come over to number crunching if you wish to discuss the further (top thread [problems and technical issues] ) about getting work.
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Message 105378 - Posted: 10 Mar 2022, 4:30:33 UTC - in response to Message 105376.  
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No new work in quite some time.... are we in one of the down times?
Unless you have virtualization enabled and virtual box installed and your account is set to accept virtualization work, then you will have long dry spells once the normal tasks are completed.

Come over to number crunching if you wish to discuss the further (top thread [problems and technical issues] ) about getting work.
Only 2 of my 7 PCs can do Rosetta VB tasks. There's something weird about them. As 6 of my 7 PCs can do LHC VB tasks. That was also 2 of 7, but I switched off a setting in AVG antivirus which scans virtual machines, and 4 more PCs started doing LHC, but not Rosetta.
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Message 105379 - Posted: 10 Mar 2022, 6:34:13 UTC - in response to Message 105341.  


I haven't gotten any Rosetta tasks in quite a while. I also uninstalled Virtual Box because this computer is too old, limited and doesn't like it.

Steven Gaber


Then you better join up with some other projects to keep your system busy because 4.2 tasks are not that common these days.

You might try this one: https://gene.disi.unitn.it/test/ or this one https://www.sidock.si/sidock/ to keep your system busy until WCG comes back or until this project produces some more 4.2 work. But that goes very fast 1-2 days at most.[/quote]

Today I got two Rosetta tasks. The first reported an "error while computing." The second is still running.

I tried to set up an account at QuChemPedIA@home, but it wouldn't let me log in.

I was doing SiDock, which is based at the Russian Academy of Science. I stopped when Russia invaded Ukraine. My little way of protesting.

I know the scientists at SiDock are not responsible for the actions of their ruler and may even be opposed to them. SiDock may not even care whether I participate or not, but there's little else I can do. I feel they should share a little of the pain, although it is nothing compared to the pain Ukrainians are feeling.

I will set up an account at https://gene.disi.unitn.it/wordpress/

Thanks.

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Message 105380 - Posted: 10 Mar 2022, 6:42:15 UTC - in response to Message 105379.  
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I was doing SiDock, which is based at the Russian Academy of Science. I stopped when Russia invaded Ukraine. My little way of protesting.

I know the scientists at SiDock are not responsible for the actions of their ruler and may even be opposed to them. SiDock may not even care whether I participate or not, but there's little else I can do. I feel they should share a little of the pain, although it is nothing compared to the pain Ukrainians are feeling.
You make me sick. You stop work for a SLOVENIAN SCIENCE group because a RUSSIAN POLITICIAN does something you don't like. Grow up.

This war amuses me. Russia blows stuff up, and the rest of the world says "you're really really naughty and I won't trade with you any more". That is why he will win. He still knows how to fight.
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Message 105381 - Posted: 10 Mar 2022, 7:13:42 UTC

>>> You make me sick

I'd try to get used to that Peter. People are free to join projects, and just as free to leave them. How that makes YOU feel is not really going to be a concern.
Wave upon wave of demented avengers march cheerfully out of obscurity into the dream.
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Message 105382 - Posted: 10 Mar 2022, 8:23:35 UTC - in response to Message 105381.  
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>>> You make me sick

I'd try to get used to that Peter. People are free to join projects, and just as free to leave them. How that makes YOU feel is not really going to be a concern.
Leaving them due to personal feelings for Putin is pathetic. Science has nothing to do with politics, and anyone who thinks so is not worthy of living on the same planet as me.
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Message 105383 - Posted: 10 Mar 2022, 19:15:41 UTC - in response to Message 105379.  

I was doing SiDock, which is based at the Russian Academy of Science. I stopped when Russia invaded Ukraine. My little way of protesting.

I know the scientists at SiDock are not responsible for the actions of their ruler and may even be opposed to them. SiDock may not even care whether I participate or not, but there's little else I can do. I feel they should share a little of the pain, although it is nothing compared to the pain Ukrainians are feeling.

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Your nuts, you protest a science project that has nothing to do with the current leader of their country which I am sure they would like to get rid of, so your going to hurt them in your protest? How self centered is that?
Be a human and put your computer back on the project and help the scientists achieve their goal before something happens to them in the name of politics or retaliation.
FFS
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Message 105384 - Posted: 10 Mar 2022, 19:17:43 UTC - in response to Message 105380.  

I was doing SiDock, which is based at the Russian Academy of Science. I stopped when Russia invaded Ukraine. My little way of protesting.

I know the scientists at SiDock are not responsible for the actions of their ruler and may even be opposed to them. SiDock may not even care whether I participate or not, but there's little else I can do. I feel they should share a little of the pain, although it is nothing compared to the pain Ukrainians are feeling.
You make me sick. You stop work for a SLOVENIAN SCIENCE group because a RUSSIAN POLITICIAN does something you don't like. Grow up.

This war amuses me. Russia blows stuff up, and the rest of the world says "you're really really naughty and I won't trade with you any more". That is why he will win. He still knows how to fight.



He will fight just like a certain ex president. In fact that person probably got a few tips from Vlad.
Just keep shelling the hell out of the people and they will give in.
Worked in other countries they were in, will work again.
Cut them off financially and they can't fix or make anything anymore.
Out of missiles and bullets and maybe it stops.
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Message 105385 - Posted: 10 Mar 2022, 22:00:11 UTC - in response to Message 103637.  

Wayno

WCG has not ended just down to move total operations to a new home.

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