Posts by UtahTestLabs

1) Message boards : Number crunching : Report long-running models here (Message 55793)
Posted 15 Sep 2008 by UtahTestLabs
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Yep, that's the link.

In rereading my post, I noticed my wording might be read to say go for 24hrs more. I meant to say go until it completes or total CPU time crosses 24hrs.


Thanks for the advice. I will wait and see where it stands tomorrow when I come in. If it is still going, I will abort it.
2) Message boards : Number crunching : Report long-running models here (Message 55788)
Posted 15 Sep 2008 by UtahTestLabs
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Utah, the rate at which the estimated runtime decreases at this point is not relevant. It's just trying to show you progress, without finding itself reaching zero time to completion without being done yet. In my experience with my 24hr runtime preference, they seem to complete on their own. But that one sure sounds odd. In fact, if your preference is 2hrs, I am surprised the watchdog hasn't cleaned it out of there.

Your machines are hidden, could you post a link to that WU?

I'd suggest you let it go to 24hrs, and if it still hasn't finished, then abort it.


Is this the link you need?
http://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/workunit.php?wuid=175174690
3) Message boards : Number crunching : Report long-running models here (Message 55785)
Posted 15 Sep 2008 by UtahTestLabs
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Hello;

I am running Minirosetta V1.34 on abinitio_nohomfrag_70_A_2hnfA_4466_3274_0_0

I just noticed that it has been running for over 21 hours and is at 99.2%.
The percentage is only going up at 0.001% every 3 or 4 minutes.

Normally, your WUs take a little over 2 hours. Does this mean there is something wrong with my current WU, or should I wait for it finish. (could take 20 more hours)?

Windows - Boinc Ver. 5.10.45
4) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems with rosetta 5.48 (Message 37358)
Posted 4 Mar 2007 by UtahTestLabs
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My WU is at 1% and wont go any higher. The CPU time is counting, but the percentage is constantly 1% and the time remaining is counting up.






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