Posts by Michael G.R.

1) Message boards : Number crunching : Rosetta 4.0+ (Message 88095)
Posted 17 Jan 2018 by Michael G.R.
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Version 4.06: Getting "computational error" after 1 second of trying on a Mac Pro, Boinc 7.6.33.

Mini 3.78 works fine.
2) Message boards : Number crunching : Am I even contributing? (Message 73502)
Posted 20 Jul 2012 by Michael G.R.
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You are!

One thing to point out: Rosetta work units will take however much time to complete as you set them to in your account settings. They\'ll do X number of models and then send the results to the server and then start a new work unit. If you set it to 24 hours per work unit, they\'ll just do more models and you\'ll get more credit per work unit.
3) Message boards : Number crunching : need to many memory! (Message 73410)
Posted 9 Jul 2012 by Michael G.R.
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One way to fix the problem is to run Rosetta@home on a certain number of cores, and something less memory intensive on the other cores. I\'m doing that on an old computers: 1 core is Rosetta, the other is World Computing Grid doing Proteome at Home.
4) Message boards : Number crunching : Rosetta@Home version 3.30 (Message 73058)
Posted 13 May 2012 by Michael G.R.
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Got some system-wide slowdowns, high RAM usage, and a couple computation errors with 3.30.
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Rosetta@Home version 3.30 (Message 73015)
Posted 7 May 2012 by Michael G.R.
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Version 3.30 also fixes the MacOS slowdown issue people were seeing with versions 3.24 and 3.26.


Thank you!
6) Message boards : Number crunching : Task with IDs beginning with \"Aug20_needle_...\" erroring out (Message 71705)
Posted 2 Dec 2011 by Michael G.R.
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I think I had the same thing but I\'m not sure what the name of the WUs was.
7) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems and Technical Issues with Rosetta@home (Message 71670)
Posted 29 Nov 2011 by Michael G.R.
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If you go to the \"network preferences\" tab, you can set it so that you have an extra buffer of a couple of days. This should mean that you have enough WUs to get through almost any outage without missing a beat.
8) Message boards : Number crunching : About ready to REMOVE Rosetta@home (Message 71643)
Posted 26 Nov 2011 by Michael G.R.
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Thanks for the useful posts, Modsense.
9) Message boards : Number crunching : Intel unveils 1 teraflop chip with 50-plus cores (Message 71621)
Posted 18 Nov 2011 by Michael G.R.
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Just think about how much RAM this would use if you ran one Rosetta@Home instance on each core =)
10) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems and Technical Issues with Rosetta@home (Message 70838)
Posted 1 Aug 2011 by Michael G.R.
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Calm down everybody. We\'re trying to cure diseases and make science progress. A little patience. The project is doing excellent science, and while communication could be better sometimes, they\'re allowed to miss a few days here and there. We might not see it on our end, but I\'m sure things are pretty hectic on the other side of the screen...
11) Message boards : Rosetta@home Science : DISCUSSION of Rosetta@home Journal (5) (Message 70629)
Posted 23 Jun 2011 by Michael G.R.
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I just want to say that I\'m EXTREMELY happy that R@H is working on amyloid fibril formations. Hopefully someday we have a vaccine!
12) Message boards : Rosetta@home Science : RNA RESEARCH (Message 68925)
Posted 29 Dec 2010 by Michael G.R.
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Thanks for posting, Rochester.
13) Message boards : Rosetta@home Science : DISCUSSION of Rosetta@home Journal (5) (Message 68723)
Posted 28 Nov 2010 by Michael G.R.
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Congrats! Glad to see Rosetta@home being used for so many great projects on top of the research of developping RAH in the first place.
14) Message boards : Rosetta@home Science : DISCUSSION of Rosetta@home Journal (4) (Message 68160)
Posted 21 Oct 2010 by Michael G.R.
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Hi Dr. Baker,

Any updates on the science of the project, or the code of RAH, or CASP? It\'s been over 3 months since you\'re last update and I\'m curious to know what has been going on.

thanks,

Mike
15) Message boards : Rosetta@home Science : Rosetta vs HPF at WCG (Message 68006)
Posted 9 Oct 2010 by Michael G.R.
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Yes, Rosetta@home is doing both research AND developing the software to do the research.

Someone else can surely give more details about exactly what those research projects have been lately...
16) Message boards : Rosetta@home Science : Fold It article at Ars Technica (Message 67146)
Posted 9 Aug 2010 by Michael G.R.
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Originally the Ars article didn\'t have a link to Rosetta@home, but I contacted the author and he agreed to add a link.
17) Message boards : Rosetta@home Science : Fold It article at Ars Technica (Message 67101)
Posted 4 Aug 2010 by Michael G.R.
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http://arstechnica.com/science/news/2010/08/gamers-beat-algorithms-for-finding-protein-structures.ars

Very popular site, should bring good traffic to Fold It and hopefully Rosetta@home too.
18) Message boards : Rosetta@home Science : DISCUSSION of Rosetta@home Journal (4) (Message 66654)
Posted 23 Jun 2010 by Michael G.R.
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Thanks for the update Dr. Baker, and congrats to everybody involved with R@H (both in the lab and the volunteers)!
19) Message boards : Rosetta@home Science : DISCUSSION of Rosetta@home Journal (4) (Message 66257)
Posted 21 May 2010 by Michael G.R.
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Sadly, it looks like most of the recent gains have been lost. Too bad it didn\'t at least last for the duration of CASP 9.
20) Message boards : Rosetta@home Science : Rosetta@home featured on Discovery website (Message 66199)
Posted 18 May 2010 by Michael G.R.
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http://planetgreen.discovery.com/tech-transport/3-ways-your-computer-can-cure-diseases.html

The article also recommends Folding@home and WCG, but ranks Rosetta higher :)


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