Posts by Speedy

1) Message boards : News : Rosetta's role in fighting coronavirus (Message 92148)
Posted 23 Mar 2020 by Speedy
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Currently, I have 14 machines with 80+ cores and 14+ GPUs. When I switched over to run one of them to Rosetta, from cancer research (WCG), I did NOT receive anything related to covid19. Whenever I would receive ALL WUs for covid19, I will switch over... Till then I will stick with cancer research. Let me know when covid19 is the priority here. I am NOT going to download the fold@home app. If it is not thru BOINC, I do not run it.
James

It's just luck of the draw you have to process whatever you are sent.
I have been fortunate enough now to have some convit 19 tasks. I appreciate the screenshot and task name thanks. I must say that's an impressive increase in performance (referring to a few posts below)
2) Message boards : News : Rosetta's role in fighting coronavirus (Message 92002)
Posted 15 Mar 2020 by Speedy
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Hi

I come from Denmark, I would also like to contribute to a faster research on the Corona virus, so we can develop a vaccine so that people are not lost to this viral virus, I myself am disabled with, among other things, impaired lung function.

So I am sorry that it is important to help in clearing this disease, but I have doubts that I have chosen the right project, so I hope you will answer my question?

Thank you in advance for your help...

Sincerely
Henrik Larsen

To my knowledge this is the only project contributing to research for COVID-19/coronavirus.
I have a question also would somebody be able to post the name of a task that is contributing to the virus so that I know what to look for.
I have processed a number of tasks but I am yet to see one on my task list. This could very easily be because there is none to work on at the moment. Thanks for any assistance
3) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems and Technical Issues with Rosetta@home (Message 77492)
Posted 20 Sep 2014 by Speedy
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Sid, to stop your client from downloading WCG work is to go to the client project tab & set said the project to no new work. If you are running the fight AIDS project it may take up to several days to complete a work unit.
4) Message boards : Number crunching : i7 4770K HT ON/OFF results (Message 76675)
Posted 1 May 2014 by Speedy
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Premier, interesting test that you did. I have one question was the task length set on default? (3 hours)
5) Message boards : Number crunching : do more work (Message 76666)
Posted 29 Apr 2014 by Speedy
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Hi Matt, if you are wanting to do work for World Community Grid to the best of to your computer's ability you need to ask this question over in the World Community Grid forum. I must admit the credit you have racked up here at Rosetta in just over a month is not too bad at all. Best of luck on your venture. One thing to note currently World Community Grid does not have any GPU work, to my knowledge there is currently none on the horizon.
6) Message boards : Number crunching : Minirosetta 3.46 (Message 75782)
Posted 21 Jun 2013 by Speedy
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A lot of rb_number wu's cannot start graphic (and, i think, calculation).
There is a simple green line and 0 steps.
I kill these wus

I am running rb_06_21_39751_75850__t000__3_C1_SAVE_ALL_OUT_IGNORE_THE_REST_87610_60 the default run time (3 hours) and the graphics are working perfectly.
7) Message boards : Number crunching : Crash graphic with 3.19 (Message 71843)
Posted 20 Dec 2011 by Speedy
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+1
8) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems and Technical Issues with Rosetta@home (Message 71575)
Posted 6 Nov 2011 by Speedy
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Actually speedy, if Alan's issue is the one that comes to mind, suspend and resume doesn't resolve. You have to completely end and restart BOINC Manager.

Thanks for correcting my advice Mod.Sense. I should of included what you said as well. I thought that may have also been the fix.
9) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems and Technical Issues with Rosetta@home (Message 71571)
Posted 6 Nov 2011 by Speedy
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I have the same problem we had a few months ago - % complete stays constant and time to complete goes up 1 second each second - wasting computer time.

I believe to fix this problem you suspend task in question the resume it. Have you tried this?
10) Message boards : Number crunching : Minirosetta 3.14 (Message 71402)
Posted 11 Oct 2011 by Speedy
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See the thread titled "Rosetta stops crunching". It might be helpful.

Made Rosetta stops crunching into a clickable link for you
11) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : Cheap way of recruiting (Idea) (Message 70627)
Posted 23 Jun 2011 by Speedy
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I like this idea. You could also add World Community Grid also has a project called Help Conquer Cancer also ran under Boinc. As of 23rd June it is 82.28% complete. Just any idea
12) Message boards : Number crunching : which cpu´s are you using for rosetta? (Message 70501)
Posted 3 Jun 2011 by Speedy
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I use a I7 980X 3.33ghz with HT on
13) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems and Technical Issues with Rosetta@home (Message 70268)
Posted 6 May 2011 by Speedy
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420656625 FOLD_N_DOCK_dagk_D2symm got Validate state Invalid after CPU time 2010.416 run time meant to be 3 hours. corresponding work unit number 420591203 got after Validate state Invalid after CPU time 3843.709 (has debug message)

I posted the above message in minirosetta 2.17 on 06/05/11
Edit = Added click able links
14) Message boards : Number crunching : minirosetta 2.17 (Message 70256)
Posted 6 May 2011 by Speedy
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420656625 FOLD_N_DOCK_dagk_D2symm got Validate state Invalid after CPU time 2010.416 run time meant to be 3 hours. corresponding work unit number 420591203 got after Validate state Invalid after CPU time 3843.709 (has debug message)
15) Message boards : Number crunching : We're sorry, but SETI can't take your call right now (Message 70137)
Posted 27 Apr 2011 by Speedy
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Boincs development wont be effected neither will Seti's data flow. Eric's response to the article
16) Message boards : Number crunching : OMG... Who needs graphics cards... when we can have these instead? (Message 69571)
Posted 1 Feb 2011 by Speedy
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Here you go with the requested link:

http://www.frys.com/product/6490902?site=sr:SEARCH:MAIN_RSLT_PG

Thankyou
17) Message boards : Number crunching : OMG... Who needs graphics cards... when we can have these instead? (Message 69568)
Posted 1 Feb 2011 by Speedy
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Fry's has a complete Lenovo system - I7 2600, 1T hard, 8 gig memory for just $999 - I normally build my own systems but at that price why bother>

Any chance you can post a direct link to this system? I had a look on frys.com but wasn't able to find it. Am interested in comparing parts to see how much I could get it for in NZ

Oh well, I guess procrastination can be a good thing - today's tech news carries a story about Intel having to recall the chip set used to support it's new line of processors due to issues with SATA ports 2 through 5.


Source Fudzillia Dated Tuesday, 01 February 2011 11:07

Intel says that the issue has been corrected and that new versions of the chipset will ship late February, with full volume recovery expected in April. Unfortunately, it has been said that the entire thing will cost Intel as much as $1 billion in repairs, lost revenue and resulting delays.
18) Message boards : Number crunching : Next Generation SAN in use? (Message 69541)
Posted 31 Jan 2011 by Speedy
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Am I correct in assuming that this new SAN has not yet been brought into use?

Yes this is my understanding. I'm sure we will be told then the new SAN system has been installed.
19) Message boards : Number crunching : Uploading error (Message 69034)
Posted 8 Jan 2011 by Speedy
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From front page.

Jan 7, 2010
Well, our luck ran out. The SAN controller that has been causing so much trouble in the last few months finally tipped over in a rather distructive fashion, corrupting the binary tree on which the filesystem is based. We're trying to rebuild the thing but the sheer number of files in the filesystem (> 10M files) makes this process very, very slow. We're bringing the project up from a recent backup (12/09/10) but the backup wasn't a perfect replica of the environment, so we're having to scramble to get all the parts working together again. We only need a few more weeks and then our new, next generation SAN will be ready to be put into place... I just thought the old one would last a few more week. I apologize for the hassle and appreciate your patience as we get things online again... KEL 01/07/11
20) Message boards : Number crunching : minirosetta 2.17 (Message 68634)
Posted 16 Nov 2010 by Speedy
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Both of the following tasks completed successfully. My runtime pref is 3 hours.
379301586 took 5.89 hours credit 158.14/184.97 & 379301549 took 5.64 hours credit 151.65/184.97. Both are from batch 1FPW_R2. Ran on stock I7 980X with HT on. I'm just passing info on nothing more nothing less.
Edits= getting links to work correctly


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