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Message 108742 - Posted: 5 Dec 2023, 14:46:21 UTC - in response to Message 108737.  
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Holy sh*t indeed. Finally got some work, all tasks errored out within 30 seconds.

Is it me? Is it the work? Anybody else have this problem?

Cheers - rumple


So far 6 errors and 99 good.

The errors are hard with my wingman also failing and appear to be a data error in the config file.

I’d say it’s all old7scaff units but I’ve had one, an old7scaff_7aa_hall_9 that’s completed and validated.
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Message 108743 - Posted: 5 Dec 2023, 15:20:54 UTC - in response to Message 108742.  

There were a load of units with build errors causing failure early on, within a minute.
Now all I have processed so far appear good.
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Message 108744 - Posted: 5 Dec 2023, 16:37:10 UTC - in response to Message 108735.  

Does anyone know whether these Rosetta beta tasks run better in Windows or Linux?

I ask because I recently discovered that WCG Smash Childhood Cancer tasks run much faster in Linux than Windows.

I'm currently running the Rosetta beta tasks in Windows, but could switch to Linux if there is a significant advantage in doing so.
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Message 108745 - Posted: 5 Dec 2023, 16:51:19 UTC - in response to Message 108742.  

Holy sh*t indeed. Finally got some work, all tasks errored out within 30 seconds.

Is it me? Is it the work? Anybody else have this problem?

Cheers - rumple

So far 6 errors and 99 good.

The errors are hard with my wingman also failing and appear to be a data error in the config file.

I’d say it’s all old7scaff units but I’ve had one, an old7scaff_7aa_hall_9 that’s completed and validated.

I had a lot of failures with old8scaff and old7scaff Rosetta Beta tasks too, but they were all received and returned by 30 Nov - also with a fair few successes tbf.

The new batch all seem to be named new7snme_7aa_ndif and are running fine here (7hrs+) but I haven't returned any yet to confirm they validate successfully.
They certainly don't crash after 5-20secs, which is the issue rumple seems to have.
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Message 108746 - Posted: 5 Dec 2023, 17:03:29 UTC
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Message 108748 - Posted: 6 Dec 2023, 10:04:01 UTC - in response to Message 108745.  

Holy sh*t indeed. Finally got some work, all tasks errored out within 30 seconds.

Is it me? Is it the work? Anybody else have this problem?

Cheers - rumple

So far 6 errors and 99 good.

The errors are hard with my wingman also failing and appear to be a data error in the config file.

I’d say it’s all old7scaff units but I’ve had one, an old7scaff_7aa_hall_9 that’s completed and validated.

I had a lot of failures with old8scaff and old7scaff Rosetta Beta tasks too, but they were all received and returned by 30 Nov - also with a fair few successes tbf.

The new batch all seem to be named new7snme_7aa_ndif and are running fine here (7hrs+) but I haven't returned any yet to confirm they validate successfully.
They certainly don't crash after 5-20secs, which is the issue rumple seems to have.


Yes, another 100 new7 tasks completed and validated since then with no fails :-)
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Message 108749 - Posted: 6 Dec 2023, 16:55:21 UTC - in response to Message 108744.  

I do not know about Windows, but my Linus machine reports this a mnute or so ago:

State: All (96) · In progress (19) · Validation pending (0) · Validation inconclusive (0) · Valid (74) · Invalid (0) · Error (3)
Application: All (96) · Rosetta (42) · Rosetta Beta (54) · Rosetta Mini (0) · rosetta python projects (0)


This is my machine:

Computer 5910575

Average credit 	2,693.27
CPU type 	GenuineIntel
Intel(R) Xeon(R) W-2245 CPU @ 3.90GHz [Family 6 Model 85 Stepping 7]
Number of processors 	16
Operating System 	Linux Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.9 (Ootpa) [4.18.0-513.9.1.el8_9.x86_64|libc 2.28]
BOINC version 	7.20.2
Memory 	128073.86 MB
Cache 	16896 KB

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Message 108752 - Posted: 8 Dec 2023, 3:02:57 UTC - in response to Message 108748.  

The new batch all seem to be named new7snme_7aa_ndif and are running fine here (7hrs+) but I haven't returned any yet to confirm they validate successfully.
They certainly don't crash after 5-20secs, which is the issue rumple seems to have.

Yes, another 100 new7 tasks completed and validated since then with no fails :-)

Just looking at the front page and it currently shows:

Total queued jobs: 2,181,531
In progress: 289,164
Successes last 24h: 425,210

Which only goes to show the pent up demand still here even though several people have indicated they're not asking for tasks any more since the supply began to run dry.
425k successfully returned in a day means there may only be 5 more days worth of tasks to keep us going, appreciated as they are.

We can hope the admins appreciate the resource still available to them here, though I won't be holding my breath they do.

Still, well done everyone.
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Message 108768 - Posted: 13 Dec 2023, 18:31:36 UTC - in response to Message 108752.  

425k successfully returned in a day means there may only be 5 more days worth of tasks to keep us going, appreciated as they are.

Decent guess. Tasks ran out a few hours ago.
Yes, I did grab an extra few tasks for myself from the last few that were available.
And yes, I have increased my runtime to 12hrs for those I have remaining just to eke them out that little bit longer.
My principles are a temporary feast...
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Message 108772 - Posted: 19 Dec 2023, 1:55:34 UTC - in response to Message 108752.  

The new batch all seem to be named new7snme_7aa_ndif and are running fine here (7hrs+) but I haven't returned any yet to confirm they validate successfully.
They certainly don't crash after 5-20secs, which is the issue rumple seems to have.

Yes, another 100 new7 tasks completed and validated since then with no fails :-)

Just looking at the front page and it currently shows:

Total queued jobs: 2,181,531
In progress: 289,164
Successes last 24h: 425,210

Which only goes to show the pent-up demand still here even though several people have indicated they're not asking for tasks anymore since the supply began to run dry.
425k successfully returned in a day means there may only be 5 more days worth of tasks to keep us going, appreciated as they are.

We can hope the admins appreciate the resource still available to them here, though I won't be holding my breath they do.

Maybe they have
Fresh Rosetta Beta batch issued new8a2s

Total queued jobs: 2,241,362
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Message 108818 - Posted: 31 Jan 2024, 8:32:18 UTC

All,

I haven't been abe to download new tasks from Rosetta for about 2 weeks - I get this message: VirtualBox jobs require hardware acceleration support. Your processor does not support the required instruction set. I have been doing Rosetta tasks for about 9 years. I suspect my laptop hardware can't support these jobs anymore.

Any ideas? I'm not especially tech-savvy, so I may need a very plain English step-by-step explanation/suggestion.
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Message 108819 - Posted: 31 Jan 2024, 8:43:04 UTC - in response to Message 108818.  

Any ideas? I'm not especially tech-savvy, so I may need a very plain English step-by-step explanation/suggestion.


First all: model of your cpu.
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Message 108820 - Posted: 31 Jan 2024, 9:10:38 UTC - in response to Message 108819.  

Thanks for getting back to me, Veneto.

What's a 'model of my CPU'? Intel EVO? Powered by CORE i5? (That's what it says on the sticker alongside the leyboard).
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Message 108824 - Posted: 1 Feb 2024, 8:57:29 UTC - in response to Message 108820.  

Thanks for getting back to me, Veneto.

I'm boboviz (from Veneto, a region of Italy)

What's a 'model of my CPU'? Intel EVO? Powered by CORE i5? (That's what it says on the sticker alongside the leyboard).

If you have Windows 10/11, you can see the model of your cpu on task manager/performances
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Message 108829 - Posted: 2 Feb 2024, 7:48:28 UTC

Core(TM) i5-1135G7
Enable virtualization on Windows 11 PCs

You also have to have the version of BOINC that includes VirtualBox.
BOINC downloads


And you will need to allow BOINC to access huge amounts of disk space- very roughly 8GB per Task.
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Message 108842 - Posted: 13 Feb 2024, 13:42:31 UTC - in response to Message 108829.  
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Interesting. This whole experience on Mabox Linux has been, well, lets just say bumpy. Contributed decades ago (all Windows), recently trying to get back into it (Linux.) Unfortunately, BOINC has forgotten all of my past contributions; guess that's my fault for letting it pasture.

Edit, after a lengthy diatribe of battling BOINC Manager v7.24.1 install from the Mabox / Manjaro / Arch repos, it is finally downloading work units again. After a 6+GB download! Lets hope for less errors now.
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Message 108843 - Posted: 13 Feb 2024, 15:42:39 UTC - in response to Message 108842.  

Contributed decades ago (all Windows), recently trying to get back into it (Linux.) Unfortunately, BOINC has forgotten all of my past contributions; guess that's my fault for letting it pasture.
No, it's just your fault to not login with your old email adress and password. BOINC does not forget anything, perhaps except on WCG, where everything gets deleted 3 years after your last activity (does not have to be crunching, logging in is enough).
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Message 108846 - Posted: 15 Feb 2024, 5:19:13 UTC

Sorry again for the Posting, but i still having Issues with new Task (getting or computing a few more) yesterday i had 2 Tasks running and this morning, i started BOINC to finish them (because they where on 90% ish) they are just gone by updating the Tasks. Can i just change anything or do anything, to proceed with computing in Rosetta? I mean, im using SiDock@Home at the Moment to do some medical Calculation but personally i love Seti@Home and Rosetta@Home...
I guess the Reason is, because i started with them both years ago...
Im using Windows 11 with a Ryzen 7, GPU is a RX 6750XT but i dont think thats the issues. Any help or advice apprechiated.
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Message 108848 - Posted: 15 Feb 2024, 19:14:15 UTC - in response to Message 108846.  

Some BOINC projects will cancel incomplete workunits if they have already received enough replies for that workunit from other users, especially if they are past their deadlines, That's probably what happened.

Rosetta@Home is low on workunits there days.

Seti@Home has no workunits available these days,

If you want more Rosetta@Home workunits, you'll have to set your computer to ask for them more often (but not ridiculously often).
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