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Message 55604 - Posted: 8 Sep 2008, 12:21:01 UTC - in response to Message 55603.  

Greg-

Surely, I can not answer your question. But the fact is, my experience is typical. People are experiencing this problem on some machines and not on others, so it seems to me that the problem lies with the project.

It behooves the project managers to get this figured out. Rosetta is losing crunchers every day.

This is not just a WU freezing or anything like that. When the problem occurs, it freezes the whole computer necessitating a trip to Task Manager to clear out the process.

>>RSM

so how is it that my single machine with 2 cores and some corsair memroy runs just fine and your multitude of machines does not?

With all due respect, this business of checking individual computer symptoms to root out this problem is just so much ca-ca.

I am running 8 projects, 9 projects, and 4 projects, respectively, on the computers having difficulty with Rosetta. I suspect that many others experiencing the problems are doing much the same.

To suspect any given machine, when all of the other projects on these machines are doing fine, especially and including all those who, like myself, find the screen savers useful, is silly.

The problem lies solely with the project. The managers of the project ought to realize this by now, and pull this away. That way, those of us who have been loyally trying to do our best for what is arguably the most important project at BOINC could proceed with this very valuable work. Instead, what they are doing is earning the enmity of some people who will detach and never come back.

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Message 55605 - Posted: 8 Sep 2008, 12:22:19 UTC - in response to Message 55603.  

Greg-

Surely, I can not answer your question. But the fact is, my experience is typical. People are experiencing this problem on some machines and not on others, so it seems to me that the problem lies with the project.

It behooves the project managers to get this figured out. Rosetta is losing crunchers every day.

This is not just a WU freezing or anything like that. When the problem occurs, it freezes the whole computer necessitating a trip to Task Manager to clear out the process.

>>RSM

so how is it that my single machine with 2 cores and some corsair memroy runs just fine and your multitude of machines does not?

With all due respect, this business of checking individual computer symptoms to root out this problem is just so much ca-ca.

I am running 8 projects, 9 projects, and 4 projects, respectively, on the computers having difficulty with Rosetta. I suspect that many others experiencing the problems are doing much the same.

To suspect any given machine, when all of the other projects on these machines are doing fine, especially and including all those who, like myself, find the screen savers useful, is silly.

The problem lies solely with the project. The managers of the project ought to realize this by now, and pull this away. That way, those of us who have been loyally trying to do our best for what is arguably the most important project at BOINC could proceed with this very valuable work. Instead, what they are doing is earning the enmity of some people who will detach and never come back.

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Message 55606 - Posted: 8 Sep 2008, 12:26:12 UTC - in response to Message 55603.  

There are different versions of the programs for different kinds of machines. That's why it's useful to describe what type of machine you have. For example, if the problem affected only machines running 64-bit operating systems, or only machines running 64-bit Windows Vista SP1, they could find the types of machines are affected faster if the people with problems mentioned what operating system they were running. Also, I've heard of problems affecting only machines running certain versions of BOINC, in which case it would be useful for the people with the problems to mention which version they were running.

By the way, what's corsair memory - a brand name without the usual capital letter?

so how is it that my single machine with 2 cores and some corsair memroy runs just fine and your multitude of machines does not?

With all due respect, this business of checking individual computer symptoms to root out this problem is just so much ca-ca.

I am running 8 projects, 9 projects, and 4 projects, respectively, on the computers having difficulty with Rosetta. I suspect that many others experiencing the problems are doing much the same.

To suspect any given machine, when all of the other projects on these machines are doing fine, especially and including all those who, like myself, find the screen savers useful, is silly.

The problem lies solely with the project. The managers of the project ought to realize this by now, and pull this away. That way, those of us who have been loyally trying to do our best for what is arguably the most important project at BOINC could proceed with this very valuable work. Instead, what they are doing is earning the enmity of some people who will detach and never come back.

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Message 55607 - Posted: 8 Sep 2008, 12:32:26 UTC - in response to Message 55482.  
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How far past the required runtime does a task need to go before it gets stopped by the watchdog?

The messages in stderr indicate that this task has been removed from memory and resumed many times. If 5 such restarts occur with no progress being made (i.e. a checkpoint saved) the task will be ended.

Otherwise, if the tasks uses more then 4 times the runtime preference, the watchdog will end it. Since it is waiting to run, it probably has to begin running again for the watchdog to get any time. The watchdog checks on it every 15 minutes.

So, I would have expected it to have ended on the first restart where your runtime preference was lowered to 2 hours. Since it did not end, I guess I would abort that one. 11.5 hours and not to complete a single model, and not responding to the watchdog, sounds like something may be wrong there.


I did not abort the task, I suspended all other tasks and then ran it again, deliberatly stopping it 5 times before a checkpoint.

I also monitored the graphics and confirmed that the task was re-starting from model 0 at each restart. The task crashed after the 5th restart.

https://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/result.php?resultid=187758720

Here are the details as that url will probably be gone in a few days:


Task ID 187758720
Name abinitio_homfrag_71_A_2ib0A_4443_10507_0
Workunit 171490091
Created 28 Aug 2008 4:31:58 UTC
Sent 28 Aug 2008 4:42:45 UTC
Received 2 Sep 2008 18:33:08 UTC
Server state Over
Outcome Client error
Client state Compute error
Exit status 0 (0x0)
Computer ID 428259
Report deadline 7 Sep 2008 4:42:45 UTC
CPU time 43431.4
stderr out <core_client_version>5.10.45</core_client_version>
<![CDATA[
<stderr_txt>
# cpu_run_time_pref: 21600
# cpu_run_time_pref: 21600
# cpu_run_time_pref: 21600
# cpu_run_time_pref: 21600
# cpu_run_time_pref: 21600
# cpu_run_time_pref: 28800
# cpu_run_time_pref: 28800
# cpu_run_time_pref: 28800
# cpu_run_time_pref: 28800
# cpu_run_time_pref: 7200
# cpu_run_time_pref: 7200
# cpu_run_time_pref: 7200
# cpu_run_time_pref: 7200
# cpu_run_time_pref: 7200
# cpu_run_time_pref: 7200
# cpu_run_time_pref: 3600
# cpu_run_time_pref: 3600
# cpu_run_time_pref: 3600
# cpu_run_time_pref: 3600
# cpu_run_time_pref: 3600
# cpu_run_time_pref: 3600
# cpu_run_time_pref: 3600
# cpu_run_time_pref: 3600
Too many restarts with no progress. Keep application in memory while preempted.
======================================================
DONE :: 1 starting structures 43430.7 cpu seconds
This process generated 0 decoys from 0 attempts
======================================================

BOINC :: Watchdog shutting down...
BOINC :: BOINC support services shutting down...
called boinc_finish

</stderr_txt>
<message>
<file_xfer_error>
<file_name>abinitio_homfrag_71_A_2ib0A_4443_10507_0_0</file_name>
<error_code>-161</error_code>
</file_xfer_error>

</message>
]]>
Validate state Invalid
Claimed credit 117.814813845302
Granted credit 0
application version 1.32


I hope that I may get some credit retrospectively for my > 12 hours of CPU time.

Keith.

[edit]
BTW the "wingman" who also used an AMD processor, got a "success".

https://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/workunit.php?wuid=171490091


CPU time 7905.563
stderr out <core_client_version>6.3.8</core_client_version>
<![CDATA[
<stderr_txt>
needs psipred_ss2 to run filters
needs psipred_ss2 to run filters
needs psipred_ss2 to run filters
needs psipred_ss2 to run filters
needs psipred_ss2 to run filters
needs psipred_ss2 to run filters
======================================================
DONE :: 1 starting structures 7905.28 cpu seconds
This process generated 2 decoys from 2 attempts
======================================================

BOINC :: Watchdog shutting down...
BOINC :: BOINC support services shutting down...
called boinc_finish

</stderr_txt>
]]>
Validate state Valid
Claimed credit 25.8675057245436
Granted credit 20.8349439063512
application version 1.32

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Message 55610 - Posted: 8 Sep 2008, 13:22:13 UTC - in response to Message 55590.  

With all due respect, this business of checking individual computer symptoms to root out this problem is just so much ca-ca.
...
To suspect any given machine, when all of the other projects on these machines are doing fine, especially and including all those who, like myself, find the screen savers useful, is silly.

The problem lies solely with the project.


mitrichr, I don't believe anyone intended to imply that your machine is a suspect. To use the crime analogy, it is not the "suspect", it is the "victim". And when the police investigate crimes, they ask the victims a lot of questions.

100,000 people carried out their day yesterday and were not mugged. This certainly doesn't mean that person that was mugged did anything wrong. But knowing the details, and understanding the circumstances, can help prevent it from happening in the future.

There are new mini releases being tested now on Ralph. But I am not certain how many of the reported issues have been addressed.
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Message 55614 - Posted: 8 Sep 2008, 14:26:31 UTC - in response to Message 55590.  

This comment is not helpful. Different platformsOSs run a different application. The WU's that fail on one platform with one application run happily on another platform running another application. This indicates that the WUs themselves are mostly fine, but there's an issue somewhere with the application on that platformOS - specifically the mini-rosetta one rather than the Rosetta beta. Detailing the specific WUs that fall over and comparing them to the WUs that succeed may allow the coders to pinpoint what the one WU specifically asks for that the other one doesn't.

This is an entirely normal process for bugbeta-testing, which I've been involved in to a greater or lesser degree since the early 90s on other platforms. Impatience doesn't help. If the problem was easy to solve it wouldn't have gone wrong in the first place - or it may just be a simple oversight that'll get cured in the next release.

For all the complaints, 235000 (mostly mini-WUs?) completed successfully on Rosetta in the last 24 hours. That being the case it's not unfair at all to look into potential softwaremachine conflicts with the rare individual machines having an issue.

If that weren't the case, this thread would have a thousand different people posting. And they're not, are they. There's about ten. So I'm grateful I'm getting any attention at all tbh.

Thanks again to Mod.Sense for a good post.

With all due respect, this business of checking individual computer symptoms to root out this problem is just so much ca-ca.

I am running 8 projects, 9 projects, and 4 projects, respectively, on the computers having difficulty with Rosetta. I suspect that many others experiencing the problems are doing much the same.

To suspect any given machine, when all of the other projects on these machines are doing fine, especially and including all those who, like myself, find the screen savers useful, is silly.

The problem lies solely with the project. The managers of the project ought to realize this by now, and pull this away. That way, those of us who have been loyally trying to do our best for what is arguably the most important project at BOINC could proceed with this very valuable work. Instead, what they are doing is earning the enmity of some people who will detach and never come back.

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Message 55615 - Posted: 8 Sep 2008, 14:36:35 UTC

Sid-

Please know that I mean no disrespect. My only concern is to be able to run Rosetta on all four of my machines as I did previously. Right now, I have one XP which has had nary a problem and continues to crunch whatever comes from Rosetta. I have an almost identical XP machine and two Core-2-Duo's that are off the project.

I think that Rosetta might be the single most important project at BOINC.

But I can not leave machines on the project when WU's totally freeze the computer and no other crunching on other projects or other work that I do can not go forward.

So, I am going to bow out of the debate. I hope that I will see notice of resolution in the RSS feed so that I can continue work which I deem very valuable.
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Message 55619 - Posted: 8 Sep 2008, 17:55:08 UTC

mitrichr - only 2 of your computers have returned results. The others were detached or never replied. Based on that information it is kind of hard to see what the problems were with the other tasks that did not complete. I hope you are running the last of the Rosetta tasks so that the team and others can see what if any errors come up.

One of your tasks from computer 2 got sent to 2 other users. 1 of which had a file transfer error and the other was running Linux on a 2.66 ghz machine and completed the task ok. Another user completed the other task that did not report from computer 2 and was running a 1.86 ghz dual core on Vista SP1.

Computer 4's one task got sent to a intel xenon machine running MS Server 2003 and completed the task ok.

That is 3 different machines with 3 different OS packages that completed ok of which 2 machines were older than yours.

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Keith T - the task you linked to got stopped to many times and Boinc Manager terminated it on your machine due to that. It does not matter if you stopped it or it restarted itself due to machine reboot or otherwise, a stoppage is a stoppage.
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Message 55620 - Posted: 8 Sep 2008, 17:55:33 UTC
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**Sorry for the double post**

mitrichr - FYI only 2 of your computers have returned results. The others were detached or never replied. Based on that information it is kind of hard to see what the problems were with the other tasks that did not complete. I hope you are running the last of the Rosetta tasks so that the team and others can see what if any errors come up.

One of your tasks from computer 2 got sent to 2 other users. 1 of which had a file transfer error and the other was running Linux on a 2.66 ghz machine and completed the task ok. Another user completed the other task that did not report from computer 2 and was running a 1.86 ghz dual core on Vista SP1.

Computer 4's one task got sent to a intel xenon machine running MS Server 2003 and completed the task ok.

That is 3 different machines with 3 different OS packages that completed ok of which 2 machines were older than yours.

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Keith T - the task you linked to got stopped to many times and Boinc Manager terminated it on your machine due to that. It does not matter if you stopped it or it restarted itself due to machine reboot or otherwise, a stoppage is a stoppage.
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Message 55621 - Posted: 8 Sep 2008, 19:52:28 UTC

Greg-

I was forced to detach on three computers, and did so probably about 7-10 days ago. I just could not keep minding Rosetta when I have work to do, stuff to read, or I am out cycling or hiking. That is a burden I can not assume. I have a bunch of projects on which I work, I have a job, etc.

I am surprised you are seeing anything current on two machines, except of course that I did not detach as much as 30 days ago.

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Message 55624 - Posted: 8 Sep 2008, 21:05:25 UTC - in response to Message 55621.  

Well good luck with your other projects. I see your also on my second project.

Greg-

I was forced to detach on three computers, and did so probably about 7-10 days ago. I just could not keep minding Rosetta when I have work to do, stuff to read, or I am out cycling or hiking. That is a burden I can not assume. I have a bunch of projects on which I work, I have a job, etc.

I am surprised you are seeing anything current on two machines, except of course that I did not detach as much as 30 days ago.

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Message 55625 - Posted: 9 Sep 2008, 2:01:20 UTC - in response to Message 55624.  

[quote]Well good luck with your other projects. I see your also on my second project.

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Sorry, I do not understand, what do you mean "...my second project...."?

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Message 55626 - Posted: 9 Sep 2008, 3:10:28 UTC - in response to Message 55615.  

Sid-

Please know that I mean no disrespect. My only concern is to be able to run Rosetta on all four of my machines as I did previously. Right now, I have one XP which has had nary a problem and continues to crunch whatever comes from Rosetta. I have an almost identical XP machine and two Core-2-Duo's that are off the project.

I think that Rosetta might be the single most important project at BOINC.

But I can not leave machines on the project when WU's totally freeze the computer and no other crunching on other projects or other work that I do can not go forward.

So, I am going to bow out of the debate. I hope that I will see notice of resolution in the RSS feed so that I can continue work which I deem very valuable.

No offence taken at all and I agree with everything you say - I run no other project. This is frustration coming out and if you were to look at my recent results I have nearly as much reason to be as frustrated as you (90% failure rate in the last couple of days after as much as 2 hours runtime). I could do with a few 5.98 WUs to go at too.

Can someone point me to how I can reduce the WU runtimes to 2 hours or less? I'm hoping to get a few more completed before they crash out.
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Message 55627 - Posted: 9 Sep 2008, 3:42:22 UTC - in response to Message 55626.  


Can someone point me to how I can reduce the WU runtimes to 2 hours or less? I'm hoping to get a few more completed before they crash out.

log into your account click on Rosetta@home preferences & you can change your work unit runtime in there. the way i understand it is the shorter the runtime the more bandwidth you use up.
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Message 55634 - Posted: 9 Sep 2008, 12:22:44 UTC - in response to Message 55625.  

[quote]Well good luck with your other projects. I see your also on my second project.

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Sorry, I do not understand, what do you mean "...my second project...."?

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meant to say the second Boinc project I am part of, Einstein at home
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Message 55635 - Posted: 9 Sep 2008, 12:26:12 UTC - in response to Message 55626.  

Maybe you should point out to the group that your failures are related to this error: Can't acquire lockfile - exiting

Can someone explain this message?


Sid-

Please know that I mean no disrespect. My only concern is to be able to run Rosetta on all four of my machines as I did previously. Right now, I have one XP which has had nary a problem and continues to crunch whatever comes from Rosetta. I have an almost identical XP machine and two Core-2-Duo's that are off the project.

I think that Rosetta might be the single most important project at BOINC.

But I can not leave machines on the project when WU's totally freeze the computer and no other crunching on other projects or other work that I do can not go forward.

So, I am going to bow out of the debate. I hope that I will see notice of resolution in the RSS feed so that I can continue work which I deem very valuable.

No offence taken at all and I agree with everything you say - I run no other project. This is frustration coming out and if you were to look at my recent results I have nearly as much reason to be as frustrated as you (90% failure rate in the last couple of days after as much as 2 hours runtime). I could do with a few 5.98 WUs to go at too.

Can someone point me to how I can reduce the WU runtimes to 2 hours or less? I'm hoping to get a few more completed before they crash out.

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Message 55648 - Posted: 9 Sep 2008, 15:20:34 UTC - in response to Message 55627.  

Can someone point me to how I can reduce the WU runtimes to 2 hours or less? I'm hoping to get a few more completed before they crash out.

Log into your account click on Rosetta@home preferences & you can change your work unit runtime in there. The way I understand it is the shorter the runtime the more bandwidth you use up.
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I was reading that in the FAQ last night and just went blind when it came to finding it. Just looked again now and it's obvious. Got there in the end - thanks.
Maybe you should point out to the group that your failures are related to this error: Can't acquire lockfile - exiting

I thought I did - in msgs: 55318, 55323, 55343 and 55436.

Peculiar thing is, as soon as I had a little moan about most WUs falling over I just had a great little run of successes, including one in excess of 3 hours. Go figure...
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Message 55649 - Posted: 9 Sep 2008, 15:38:12 UTC - in response to Message 55593.  
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I bought a new laptop a few days ago. I'm running Vista (x64) and I seem to be getting a lot errors. This error has shown up a couple times (can't acquire lock file). There are also 4 or 5 of these Error code:200.

Overlooked this. An Intel Core2 Duo running Vista64 crashing out with too many exits after the same "Can't acquire lockfile - exiting" as I get on my AMD Quad Core Phenom running Vista64 - both with Boinc 6.2.18 and presumably the x64 version.

Vista64 is the common factor again.
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Message 55650 - Posted: 9 Sep 2008, 16:50:04 UTC

I forgot to note-

Sid said earlier that there are only about 10 people complaining among all the folks running Rosetta.

That 10 people may represent 10,000 who are having trouble, getting disillusioned and detaching. Not everyone with a problem comes here. Also, seeing all of the technical terminology, many might be put off.

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Message 55654 - Posted: 9 Sep 2008, 21:10:04 UTC

I will also stop for the moment with Rosetta.
In the weekend I reinstalled BOINC on my computer to change the data directory and from that point I got troubles with Minirosetta

or I have computation errors or I have to abort because it says running but nothing is happening

system info :
09/09/08 20:18:35||Starting BOINC client version 6.2.18 for windows_x86_64
09/09/08 20:18:35||log flags: task, file_xfer, sched_ops
09/09/08 20:18:35||Libraries: libcurl/7.18.0 OpenSSL/0.9.8g zlib/1.2.3
09/09/08 20:18:35||Running as a daemon
09/09/08 20:18:35||Data directory: D:boincdata
09/09/08 20:18:35||Running under account boinc_master
09/09/08 20:18:35||Processor: 2 GenuineIntel Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E8200 @ 2.66GHz [Intel64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 6]
09/09/08 20:18:35||Processor features: fpu tsc pae nx sse sse2 pni
09/09/08 20:18:35||OS: Microsoft Windows Vista: Ultimate x64 Editon, Service Pack 1, (06.00.6001.00)
09/09/08 20:18:35||Memory: 4.00 GB physical, 8.17 GB virtual
09/09/08 20:18:35||Disk: 368.10 GB total, 352.50 GB free
09/09/08 20:18:35||Local time is UTC +2 hours
09/09/08 20:18:35||No coprocessors

Patrick

PS : no problem with the 5.98 rosetta beta
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