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Message 108152 - Posted: 6 Mar 2023, 0:52:42 UTC - in response to Message 108151.  

They work with british police.
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Hah, they can't even tell when I'm stoned.

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Message 108160 - Posted: 9 Mar 2023, 14:45:30 UTC

The "Problem and Technical Issue" , that I have , is that I ran out off fingers and toes counting that many tasks :-)
front page - Total queued jobs: 9,927,963
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Message 108162 - Posted: 9 Mar 2023, 16:02:02 UTC - in response to Message 108160.  

I would like to see somebody who wouldn't run out of fingers.
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Message 108164 - Posted: 9 Mar 2023, 21:45:33 UTC - in response to Message 108160.  

The "Problem and Technical Issue" , that I have , is that I ran out off fingers and toes counting that many tasks :-)
front page - Total queued jobs: 9,927,963
Oh! Are the pythons back or is this the normal stuff? My CPUs are busy processing Sheepit renders and finding asteroids.
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Message 108165 - Posted: 9 Mar 2023, 21:45:48 UTC - in response to Message 108162.  
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I would like to see somebody who wouldn't run out of fingers.
Kinky! I mean they'd by very good at typing ;-)
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Message 108170 - Posted: 13 Mar 2023, 8:32:54 UTC - in response to Message 108126.  

There are plans for more python tasks, but we are still working on creating the new disk image for the VM.
This image will likely be larger in size since we hope to run some of the latest deep-learning based methods for protein design and validation.

Computing resources are still very much in high demand within the Baker Lab and IPD so Rosetta@home will definitely help once we can get the latest software set up and running.

Also, the standard rosetta application is currently being worked on for an update.
The IPD has hired a software developer specifically to help expedite this.

I am not sure about timelines at the moment but hopefully there should be updates to both projects/apps within the next month or so.

David Kim

Still waiting...

I'm back for my (now) fortnightly catchup.
Now it's March, I wonder if I should try for an update. Just in case I get a response dating back from December
Maybe they've stopped being fed up of me by now
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Message 108171 - Posted: 13 Mar 2023, 12:43:47 UTC - in response to Message 108170.  

I'm back for my (now) fortnightly catchup.
Now it's March, I wonder if I should try for an update. Just in case I get a response dating back from December
Maybe they've stopped being fed up of me by now
What are Malaria and SIMAP in your sig? Both pages aren't working here. Have you really only done 4 projects?
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Message 108172 - Posted: 13 Mar 2023, 12:55:45 UTC - in response to Message 108171.  

Finished projects
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Message 108173 - Posted: 13 Mar 2023, 14:03:30 UTC - in response to Message 108172.  

Finished projects
So Malaria has gone then? I'm sure it still exists.
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Message 108174 - Posted: 14 Mar 2023, 6:22:37 UTC - in response to Message 108173.  

malariacontrol.net leads to parking page.
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Message 108176 - Posted: 15 Mar 2023, 1:53:57 UTC - in response to Message 108174.  

malariacontrol.net leads to parking page.
I was referring to the disease, and wondering why they gave up if they've not completed eradicating it.
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Message 108186 - Posted: 20 Mar 2023, 4:33:51 UTC - in response to Message 108171.  

I'm back for my (now) fortnightly catchup.
Now it's March, I wonder if I should try for an update. Just in case I get a response dating back from December
Maybe they've stopped being fed up of me by now
What are Malaria and SIMAP in your sig? Both pages aren't working here. Have you really only done 4 projects?

As others have said, long dead projects - maybe from 7-10yrs ago
And yes, I've only ever run 4 projects, 2 long dead. I only ever wanted to run Rosetta tbh, but WCG caught my eye at one time.
None of the other projects interest me at all.
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Message 108187 - Posted: 20 Mar 2023, 4:48:59 UTC - in response to Message 108176.  

malariacontrol.net leads to parking page.
I was referring to the disease, and wondering why they gave up if they've not completed eradicating it.

Boinc wouldn't be the only way of achieving developments or advances.
No doubt just a coincidence that GSK have developed a vaccine with reportedly up to 80% efficacy quite recently.
Aiui malaria drugs have been notoriously ineffective before now - sub 50% - so this is quite the news.

A news report on the subject

And the Lancet paper here
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Message 108188 - Posted: 20 Mar 2023, 11:29:23 UTC - in response to Message 108186.  

I'm back for my (now) fortnightly catchup.
Now it's March, I wonder if I should try for an update. Just in case I get a response dating back from December
Maybe they've stopped being fed up of me by now
What are Malaria and SIMAP in your sig? Both pages aren't working here. Have you really only done 4 projects?

As others have said, long dead projects - maybe from 7-10yrs ago
And yes, I've only ever run 4 projects, 2 long dead. I only ever wanted to run Rosetta tbh, but WCG caught my eye at one time.
None of the other projects interest me at all.
There are loads of biology projects. Sidock immediately springs to mind, and Folding@Home if you don't mind processing outside Boinc. GPUGrid if you have a Nvidia.
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Message 108189 - Posted: 20 Mar 2023, 11:32:38 UTC - in response to Message 108187.  

malariacontrol.net leads to parking page.
I was referring to the disease, and wondering why they gave up if they've not completed eradicating it.

Boinc wouldn't be the only way of achieving developments or advances.
No doubt just a coincidence that GSK have developed a vaccine with reportedly up to 80% efficacy quite recently.
Aiui malaria drugs have been notoriously ineffective before now - sub 50% - so this is quite the news.

A news report on the subject

And the Lancet paper here
Vaccines suck. We should be making cures. I don't want to fill myself with a vaccine against every single thing, I want to get a cure if and when I get it. I haven't had a covid vaccine, because the chances of me needing one are very remote.
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Message 108193 - Posted: 24 Mar 2023, 0:52:29 UTC - in response to Message 108189.  

malariacontrol.net leads to parking page.
I was referring to the disease, and wondering why they gave up if they've not completed eradicating it.

Boinc wouldn't be the only way of achieving developments or advances.
No doubt just a coincidence that GSK have developed a vaccine with reportedly up to 80% efficacy quite recently.
Aiui malaria drugs have been notoriously ineffective before now - sub 50% - so this is quite the news.

A news report on the subject

And the Lancet paper here
Vaccines suck. We should be making cures. I don't want to fill myself with a vaccine against every single thing, I want to get a cure if and when I get it. I haven't had a covid vaccine, because the chances of me needing one are very remote.

Vaccines are a preventative.
You're saying you prefer to be diseased first, then cured.
Up until now, we haven't found a cure.

It's better to prevent 247,000,000 people from being diseased per year (malaria figure for 2021), not just because of the 619,000 who died from it (1 in 400) but for the longer-term effects even if people don't die.

But you be you. Noted.
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Message 108194 - Posted: 24 Mar 2023, 0:57:37 UTC
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I came here this evening because I got to one of my remote computers, updated it and got 0 tasks

That seemed weird because I thought there were still a few million tasks to run. And there still are on the front page

But on the Server Status page there aren't any tasks unsent, which makes me think bwsrv1 is down, though not showing as such on that page

And 38k tasks awaiting assimilation, so that's another clue

Just in case you notice the same thing

Edit: I just email'd Admin, just in case someone's started listening to me again
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Message 108195 - Posted: 24 Mar 2023, 13:50:18 UTC - in response to Message 108194.  

My most recent tasks received were these:

Thu 23 Mar 2023 01:28:23 PM EDT | Rosetta@home | Requesting new tasks for CPU
Thu 23 Mar 2023 01:28:25 PM EDT | Rosetta@home | Scheduler request completed: got 12 new tasks


I have not received any since because I have not needed any.

This page:
https://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/server_status.php
says
Tasks ready to send 29794
from which I infer that there are tasks available.
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Message 108196 - Posted: 24 Mar 2023, 23:05:56 UTC - in response to Message 108195.  

My most recent tasks received were these:

Thu 23 Mar 2023 01:28:23 PM EDT | Rosetta@home | Requesting new tasks for CPU
Thu 23 Mar 2023 01:28:25 PM EDT | Rosetta@home | Scheduler request completed: got 12 new tasks


I have not received any since because I have not needed any.

This page:
https://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/server_status.php
says
Tasks ready to send 29794
from which I infer that there are tasks available.

Yes, seems fine now.
In my log I saw fresh tasks coming down 6 hours after I posted here, so while I didn't get an email reply, servers did start making tasks available very shortly after
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Message 108197 - Posted: 25 Mar 2023, 0:53:53 UTC - in response to Message 108189.  
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malariacontrol.net leads to parking page.
I was referring to the disease, and wondering why they gave up if they've not completed eradicating it.

Boinc wouldn't be the only way of achieving developments or advances.
No doubt just a coincidence that GSK have developed a vaccine with reportedly up to 80% efficacy quite recently.
Aiui malaria drugs have been notoriously ineffective before now - sub 50% - so this is quite the news.

A news report on the subject

And the Lancet paper here
Vaccines suck. We should be making cures. I don't want to fill myself with a vaccine against every single thing, I want to get a cure if and when I get it. I haven't had a covid vaccine, because the chances of me needing one are very remote.


On the other hand, vaccines have saved hundreds of millions of lives in the past 100 years. Smallpox and Polio vaccines were among the most successful. From the 16th through 18th centuries diseases like smallpox, measles, diptheria, typhus, influenza and others decimated and even wiped out entire populations of Native Americans. The indigenous population in North America prior to the arrival of Europeans is estmated at least 40 million. But those people had no immunity to the diseases carried by the invaders. As a result, within two hundred years, disease and forced labor killed off 95% of the native population.

Although you personally might hate vaccines, hundreds of millions around the world owe their lives to them. While you were waiting for a cure to be developed, you might have been among the victims.
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