Posts by Sid Celery

1) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems and Technical Issues with Rosetta@home (Message 108870)
Posted 7 days ago by Sid Celery
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Seems like 5 million tasks have become available to run !!
As of 24 Feb 2024, 8:02:19 UTC [ Scheduler running ]
Total queued jobs: 4,921,248
In progress: 115,690
Successes last 24h: 43,490
2) Message boards : Number crunching : Rosetta Beta 6.00 (Message 108783)
Posted 27 Dec 2023 by Sid Celery
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I don't know what your settings are but I'm getting nearly 100% valid tasks here on my both Windows and Linux pc;s.
Me too. Send more betas.

Some Robetta tasks - non-Beta - sneaking through atm.
Hardly any tbh, but not quite nothing

Sneaking a few new8v Beta tasks now but similarly hard to come by
3) Message boards : Number crunching : Rosetta Beta 6.00 (Message 108782)
Posted 26 Dec 2023 by Sid Celery
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I don't know what your settings are but I'm getting nearly 100% valid tasks here on my both Windows and Linux pc;s.
Me too. Send more betas.

Some Robetta tasks - non-Beta - sneaking through atm.
Hardly any tbh, but not quite nothing
4) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems and Technical Issues with Rosetta@home (Message 108772)
Posted 19 Dec 2023 by Sid Celery
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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
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems and Technical Issues with Rosetta@home (Message 108768)
Posted 13 Dec 2023 by Sid Celery
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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...
6) Message boards : Number crunching : Rosetta Beta 6.00 (Message 108759)
Posted 12 Dec 2023 by Sid Celery
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Hi

my computer specs:

Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4790 CPU @ 3.60GHz [Family 6 Model 60 Stepping 3]
Number of processors 8
Operating System Debian GNU/Linux 12 (bookworm) [6.1.0-15-amd64|libc 2.36]
BOINC version 7.20.5
Memory 7833.52 MB

Rosetta v4.20 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu are completing normally as expected
Rosetta Beta v6.05 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu errors out, every single one gives "Error while computing"

Is there any option to block the "beta 6*" series until this is sorted out ?

thanks

Sadly not.
On the plus side they're erroring out immediately, so no processing time is wasted - just bandwidth in downloading and returning them.
Tasks that error out go to other users so they're not wasted, though that's no consolation to you. Sorry
7) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems and Technical Issues with Rosetta@home (Message 108752)
Posted 8 Dec 2023 by Sid Celery
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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.
8) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems and Technical Issues with Rosetta@home (Message 108745)
Posted 5 Dec 2023 by Sid Celery
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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.

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.
9) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems and Technical Issues with Rosetta@home (Message 108741)
Posted 5 Dec 2023 by Sid Celery
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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.
10) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems and Technical Issues with Rosetta@home (Message 108739)
Posted 4 Dec 2023 by Sid Celery
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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

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.
11) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems and Technical Issues with Rosetta@home (Message 108738)
Posted 4 Dec 2023 by Sid Celery
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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.
12) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems and Technical Issues with Rosetta@home (Message 108735)
Posted 4 Dec 2023 by Sid Celery
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Holy sh*t!

As of 4 Dec 2023, 20:00:46 UTC [ Scheduler running ]
Total queued jobs: 3,524,188
13) Message boards : Rosetta@home Science : Unable to get any work (Message 108730)
Posted 30 Nov 2023 by Sid Celery
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It amuses me no end that 4 Rosetta tasks were received by you literally 19 seconds after your post here.
The good news is they successfully ran, were returned and were fully credited within the day.
Which means when tasks are available, you'll get them.
Unfortunately, that doesn't happen often enough in recent months, but you're set up to receive and run them when they do appear.

More than that, none of us can honestly say.
14) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems and Technical Issues with Rosetta@home (Message 108615)
Posted 8 Oct 2023 by Sid Celery
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A few RB tasks available right now fwiw
15) Message boards : Number crunching : Rosetta Beta 6.00 (Message 108565)
Posted 7 Sep 2023 by Sid Celery
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I'm crunching, now, some "Hb_zero_test_7hal"
Maybe they decide to test a new version of these wus family (7hal)

All ok these wus.

I didn't notice those - interesting.
No sign of corrected 7hal tasks coming through yet, but I did grab some more rb tasks today

I spoke 12hrs too soon.
A fair few Beta 6.03 tasks have come down this morning with the name 7mer_run_af2_hal

24hrs later, a lot of Rosetta Beta 6.03 tasks have run, completed and credited with no errors and I'm now starting 8mer_run_af2_hal tasks as well which have started fine too
Looks like it was tasks, not the app. Good news
16) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems and Technical Issues with Rosetta@home (Message 108564)
Posted 6 Sep 2023 by Sid Celery
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Nevermind, found it:
https://grafana.kiska.pw/d/boinc/boinc
That site was flagged by McAffee as "suspicious and risky."
AVG doesn't. And a site can't be risky unless you download some programs from it. It's just graphs.

And https://www.urlvoid.com/scan/grafana.kiska.pw/ says 0 out of 41 testers found it dodgy. It seems your McAfee is broken. McAfee is infamous for being crap.

That's a new site to me - thanks.
No flags from Norton either and nothing suspicious-looking either.
Looks like a false-positive from McAfee, which I also have a low opinion of
17) Message boards : Number crunching : Rosetta Beta 6.00 (Message 108563)
Posted 6 Sep 2023 by Sid Celery
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I'm crunching, now, some "Hb_zero_test_7hal"
Maybe they decide to test a new version of these wus family (7hal)

All ok these wus.

I didn't notice those - interesting.
No sign of corrected 7hal tasks coming through yet, but I did grab some more rb tasks today

I spoke 12hrs too soon.
A fair few Beta 6.03 tasks have come down this morning with the name 7mer_run_af2_hal
18) Questions and Answers : Windows : Any work for Windows users? (Message 108562)
Posted 6 Sep 2023 by Sid Celery
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Thanks, Grant. I appreciate your response. I think I will opt out of Rosetta. I don't need work that ends in crashes.

Thanks again,

Bill

A pity, because in the hour before you posted I downloaded 33 tasks, including Roisetta Beta tasks that are running successfully and don't look like they'll crash out based on the criteria that saw a few run successfully before.
Not to worry. More for those who stay.
19) Message boards : Number crunching : Rosetta Beta 6.00 (Message 108558)
Posted 6 Sep 2023 by Sid Celery
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I'm crunching, now, some "Hb_zero_test_7hal"
Maybe they decide to test a new version of these wus family (7hal)

All ok these wus.

I didn't notice those - interesting.
No sign of corrected 7hal tasks coming through yet, but I did grab some more rb tasks today
20) Message boards : Number crunching : Rosetta Beta 6.00 (Message 108539)
Posted 28 Aug 2023 by Sid Celery
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I don't believe it's the Rosetta beta app, but the family of "7hal" tasks that are coming through right now.
Tasks, not the app.

You may be right. Most of my beta ones are running a long time before failing. Here is one. Of those I received lately, all have run quite a long time and they are all 7hal

The 4.20 ones seem to run just fine.

The pattern looks consistent as I look back over my task history.
The proof will be if we get a different batch of Beta 6.03 tasks and they run ok.
We wait in hope.


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