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Message 53762 - Posted: 18 Jun 2008, 12:55:28 UTC

I am just wondering how many of you have moved to Poem for CASP?

Maybe this thread will give the team an idea of how many CPU's they are losing.
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Message 53767 - Posted: 18 Jun 2008, 13:47:34 UTC

I have moved most of of the share to Poem after giving Rosetta a few weeks as well.

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Message 53775 - Posted: 18 Jun 2008, 16:03:55 UTC

I'm 100% with Rosetta and doing some Orbit@home WUs when they have some.
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Message 53782 - Posted: 18 Jun 2008, 18:25:49 UTC
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I suspended Rosetta this morning. The real issue for me was the t405 problem whereby the wu stopped advancing, and just "stayed" there using it's quota but doing nothing - I had cores sitting idle which could easily have been doing something else. I first noticed something was odd last night as my CPU temperatures were down, but didn't really check it. I guess some of these stuck wu's had been so for 12 hours or more. On my big quads, that is a lot of wastage.

As for POEM, I have been crunching POEM since the project started. I haven't moved Rosetta's quota, just suspended, which means that all the other projects on the machine are getting more.
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Message 53795 - Posted: 18 Jun 2008, 21:44:40 UTC

I'm doing both. ;)

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Message 53817 - Posted: 19 Jun 2008, 2:44:14 UTC

Sticking with ~ 99% share for Rosie throughout casp...
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Message 53818 - Posted: 19 Jun 2008, 2:47:14 UTC

I am committed to Rosetta for the duration.
Rosie, Rosie, she's our gal,
If she can't do it, no one shall!
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Message 53825 - Posted: 19 Jun 2008, 8:50:54 UTC

I wouldn't of suspended if it simply meant a bit of nurse-maiding, but my machines are distributed over a geographical area. If I suspect something is stuck, it is not just the cycles and electricity wasted, it is several liters of road fuel to drive to the site and press a button.

People with setup's like that need reliable apps. I've had a few problems with Rosetta recently, although the t405 "stick" is by far the biggest worry.
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Message 53828 - Posted: 19 Jun 2008, 12:46:46 UTC

highly recommend logmein.com for remote management...
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Message 53940 - Posted: 23 Jun 2008, 20:54:51 UTC - in response to Message 53817.  

I've got 99% for POEM and 1% for R@H. Since CASP is about improvements through competition, it seems only fair to try to reduce the FLOPS disparity between the two projects.
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Message 53941 - Posted: 23 Jun 2008, 21:31:04 UTC

In the thread here: http://boinc.fzk.de/poem/forum_thread.php?id=4

wenzel seems to suggest that Rosetta is a fragment/homology based project, but I don't believe that to be correct??? I know fragments are sometimes used, but I believe only as an option?

Anyway, I don't think there can be too many protein modelling projects, but unfortunately they're pulling largely from the same CPU pool...
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Message 53947 - Posted: 24 Jun 2008, 5:30:49 UTC

DB answered this in this thread.
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