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Message 108710 - Posted: 21 Nov 2023, 18:44:15 UTC - in response to Message 108709.  

I don't even try to get work from here, there are more than enough computers doing the available work for Rosetta, so my don't need to "steal" WUs from those, which might not be attached to any other projects and will sit idle if they don't get anything from here. The job get done, that's all what matters, not whose computers do it.
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Message 108711 - Posted: 21 Nov 2023, 22:23:51 UTC

Day two and still no WU , I wunders how long this will last , I will get bored typing about it real quick .
I have also given up trying to get regular work from rosetta
All cpu`s are crunching cosmology , yes , I have joined the dark side , anyone that has looked @ the web site will know it`s so .
Maybe they went Gothic .
Or does it use less electric to have dark webpages ?
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Message 108712 - Posted: 22 Nov 2023, 11:20:44 UTC - in response to Message 108711.  
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Or does it use less electric to have dark webpages ?
On some types of screens, yes. And it's a lot better for the eyes, some people even use add-ons like DarkReader to have all pages dark. Some pages are automatically light or dark, depanding on your OS or browser settings.
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Message 108713 - Posted: 22 Nov 2023, 14:23:10 UTC - in response to Message 108711.  

All cpu`s are crunching cosmology , yes , I have joined the dark side , anyone that has looked @ the web site will know it`s so .


Uh, is still alive this project? Is not abandoned??
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Message 108714 - Posted: 22 Nov 2023, 20:53:25 UTC - in response to Message 108713.  

All cpu`s are crunching cosmology , yes , I have joined the dark side , anyone that has looked @ the web site will know it`s so .

Uh, is still alive this project? Is not abandoned??

Cosmo is a zombie project with even less input from Admin than Rosetta (if that's possible) work still flows (usualy) unless the server disks are full (again) and go`s offline for a few day`s (or longer)
and when it gets fixed (eventualy) no admin posts (if there are any) on the forum as to why (because the forum login is broken) and has been for a long time (etc) [etc] {etc}
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Message 108715 - Posted: 22 Nov 2023, 21:31:20 UTC - in response to Message 108712.  

Or does it use less electric to have dark webpages ?
On some types of screens, yes. And it's a lot better for the eyes, some people even use add-ons like DarkReader to have all pages dark. Some pages are automatically light or dark, depanding on your OS or browser settings.

One problem with dark pages is that I need to have a light on in the room to see the keyboard to type (or anyone else as crap as me that has to look at it)
and yes I know about illuminated tecknicolour keyboards , this mouse is one of them and is as good as christmass decorations in a dark room
On some types of screens, yes

Like the "Aug2001 vintage 17" CRT monitor" I have just sold on ebay for £80 (and it is sitting on the floor here to be packed)
They have to be VERY well packed , Royal Snail =Parcel Force , costs about £15 to anywhere in UK
And then buy two 17" led monitors from ebay for £30 (used IT recycling , tested working with 90 day warranty)
so in the end I get about £25 and two monitors that take up a lot less shelf space , use less electric and no scan beam radiation

Mad int it :-)
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Message 108718 - Posted: 24 Nov 2023, 16:22:17 UTC - in response to Message 108715.  

One problem with dark pages is that I need to have a light on in the room to see the keyboard to type (or anyone else as crap as me that has to look at it)

I'd never sit in a dark room and read something on light pages, definitely not good for eyes. For office type of work I like office type of light, i.e. lots of light.


Like the "Aug2001 vintage 17" CRT monitor" I have just sold on ebay for £80

I was more thinking about something like OLED or LCD with background light, which adjusts itself to what's needed.
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Message 108719 - Posted: 24 Nov 2023, 19:57:23 UTC - in response to Message 108718.  

I'd never sit in a dark room and read something on light pages, definitely not good for eyes. For office type of work I like office type of light, i.e. lots of light.

sometimes while stuck at the desk for hours (at this time of year) I realise "oops its got dark" and have to switch a light on .

I was more thinking about something like OLED or LCD with background light, which adjusts itself to what's needed.

Eh , What , Alien tecknology :-)
Me still in age of steampunk :-)
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Message 108721 - Posted: 25 Nov 2023, 20:47:38 UTC - in response to Message 108709.  

I find it sad. I have received no climate prediction work in ages.
I do, but only by having 15 hosts with Windows and Linux. There's supposed to be a huge Linux set of tasks soon, with multithreading! They said Autumn....
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Message 108722 - Posted: 25 Nov 2023, 20:49:48 UTC - in response to Message 108712.  

On some types of screens, yes.
OLED? My phone has that, I guess more modern TV/monitors than I have also use it, although if they're plugged in who cares how much power they use?

And it's a lot better for the eyes, some people even use add-ons like DarkReader to have all pages dark. Some pages are automatically light or dark, depanding on your OS or browser settings.
Who says it's better for the eyes? I shouldn't think your eyes care.
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Message 108723 - Posted: 25 Nov 2023, 20:52:33 UTC - in response to Message 108715.  

Like the "Aug2001 vintage 17" CRT monitor" I have just sold on ebay for £80 (and it is sitting on the floor here to be packed)
They have to be VERY well packed , Royal Snail =Parcel Force , costs about £15 to anywhere in UK
And then buy two 17" led monitors from ebay for £30 (used IT recycling , tested working with 90 day warranty)
so in the end I get about £25 and two monitors that take up a lot less shelf space , use less electric and no scan beam radiation

Mad int it :-)
Dunno why people go for old shit. I sold a 1980s photographic enlarger (to make poster prints from negatives - I guess you can still buy film?!?) for £350 to an Australian. That was 25kg and needed a lot of packaging!
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Message 108724 - Posted: 25 Nov 2023, 20:53:18 UTC - in response to Message 108718.  

I was more thinking about something like OLED or LCD with background light, which adjusts itself to what's needed.
Some actually change the brightness in different parts of the screen.
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Message 108725 - Posted: 25 Nov 2023, 20:55:08 UTC - in response to Message 108719.  

sometimes while stuck at the desk for hours (at this time of year) I realise "oops its got dark" and have to switch a light on .
I've wired the lightswitch to under my desk, so I can shut off the lights to stop my parrots squawking while I'm trying to concentrate or watch Piratebay, I mean TV.

I have no problem with a bright monitor and a dark room, our eyes adjust automatically.

Eh , What , Alien tecknology :-)
Me still in age of steampunk :-)
I misread that(!)
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Message 108735 - Posted: 4 Dec 2023, 20:31:24 UTC

Holy sh*t!

As of 4 Dec 2023, 20:00:46 UTC [ Scheduler running ]
Total queued jobs: 3,524,188

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Message 108736 - Posted: 4 Dec 2023, 20:56:28 UTC - in response to Message 108735.  

Holy sh*t!
As of 4 Dec 2023, 20:00:46 UTC [ Scheduler running ]
Total queued jobs: 3,524,188

And not a python among them
that lot will help keep a house warm through the winter
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Message 108737 - Posted: 4 Dec 2023, 22:51:56 UTC

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
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Message 108738 - Posted: 4 Dec 2023, 23:38:12 UTC - in response to Message 108736.  

Holy sh*t!
As of 4 Dec 2023, 20:00:46 UTC [ Scheduler running ]
Total queued jobs: 3,524,188

And not a python among them
that lot will help keep a house warm through the winter

I thought the same about the extra heat. I've fitted a new draught excluder this afternoon too.

A pity they couldn't come through a few days ago when WCG was down (and it was coldest) but now WCG is up again so I'm clearing those up first.
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Message 108739 - Posted: 4 Dec 2023, 23:41:38 UTC - in response to Message 108737.  

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

Mine have been going for 20 minutes without a problem and my PC is hardly the most stable.
Maybe do a reboot and try again? They seem to be ok here based on initial impressions.
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Message 108740 - Posted: 5 Dec 2023, 1:03:13 UTC - in response to Message 108739.  

Thanks - I'll try a reboot.
Just now, BOINC says Rosetta downloads are subject to project backoff. WCG has seized the moment to send me a ton of work, so...
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Message 108741 - Posted: 5 Dec 2023, 14:42:49 UTC - in response to Message 108740.  

Thanks - I'll try a reboot.
Just now, BOINC says Rosetta downloads are subject to project backoff. WCG has seized the moment to send me a ton of work, so...

WCG always seems to do that to me too.
I just checked your past tasks and I notice all your Rosetta 4.20 tasks complete successfully, but all your Rosetta Beta 6.04 tasks crash out in seconds.
I have no idea why that might happen, but it doesn't bode well for when you start Rosetta tasks again as they're all Rosetta Beta.
Strange thing.
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