Posts by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~GP500

1) Message boards : Number crunching : Memory usage? (Message 13255)
Posted 8 Apr 2006 by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~GP500
Post:
I was watching that the new rosetta 4.97 with HBLR wu's go up too 130 of mine 256MB.

Windows doesn't like it with the swap mem. etc when you try a game or so.

I tink rosettat should try too keep the mem usage as low as possible.
Or maybe divide wu's in small en normal.

That you can set wich pc's should get small(memory) wu's as an option in the rosetta prefs.

Al my pc's have 256MB 1 has 512MB.
I want too set 1 up with 128MB.
2) Message boards : Number crunching : intel3.2dc versus intel 3.8 (Message 9722)
Posted 24 Jan 2006 by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~GP500
Post:
NO Dualcore AMD advise, mmmm


If you look through the replies (3rd and 4th) you will see that I did mention the Athlon X2 4400, but James gets discount from a supplier who only does Intel CPUs. Hence we're talking about which Intel, rather than which brand CPU.


I didn't know about tht discount.
Did know about the X2 ;)

Either way i advice the dualcore intel. 3,2 ghz.
Don't like those 8xx names, just call what there specs are. ;)
3) Message boards : Number crunching : intel3.2dc versus intel 3.8 (Message 9445)
Posted 20 Jan 2006 by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~GP500
Post:
NO Dualcore AMD advise, mmmm

"I'm going to buy a box" i assume this is a full case.
4) Message boards : Number crunching : Report stuck & aborted WU here please (Message 9405)
Posted 20 Jan 2006 by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~GP500
Post:
i have 2 kinds of wu's aborting:

BARCODE_FRAG_30_1di2_234_7434_0
3x 234's for acces violation.

<core_client_version>5.2.13</core_client_version>
<message> - exit code -1073741819 (0xc0000005)
</message>
<stderr_txt>

***UNHANDLED EXCEPTION****
Reason: Access Violation (0xc0000005) at address 0x7C9122BA read attempt to address 0x7FFFFFF8

Exiting...

</stderr_txt>

on different times.


PRODUCTION_ABINITIO_1louA_250_408_0
3x240's
these all on cpu-time exceeded.

will we get refund on these ;), it seems fair because they are like the others before christmas. (not our pc's fault)
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Stats (Message 8204)
Posted 2 Jan 2006 by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~GP500
Post:
Seti is much bigger btw.

But it's nice too have some nice updates because off the internal competion
@ Dpc (and others) we have subteams.

And if i read correct you say there is no regular timing.
AHA that's the reason when we hit f5 30hits/sec and not get anything new ;) :P
so we irregular updates :/, grrr now i can't plan my coffee break too wtch the latest stat updates .
6) Message boards : Number crunching : is 512MB RAM really needed? (Message 8198)
Posted 2 Jan 2006 by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~GP500
Post:
Is it possible to upgrade the RAM in your machine. Prices have gone down a lot. The last time I checked, there was 1 GB DDRAM chip selling for $90 Canadian.


And if not genuine, lower ram needs is just nicer for the simple reason that more people will run it.
7) Message boards : Number crunching : Stats (Message 8197)
Posted 2 Jan 2006 by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~GP500
Post:
UHM, what's up your ars :P.
Ment in a funny way.

Did i say it should happen now.
And i don't tink it takes much time too let the server export a file every 6 hours or every 3 hours.
So that the 3rd party stats makers can update more frequent.
8) Message boards : Number crunching : Stats (Message 8176)
Posted 2 Jan 2006 by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~GP500
Post:
How about some more xml-stats every 3-4 hoars would be nice for us stats-addicts.
9) Message boards : Number crunching : is 512MB RAM really needed? (Message 8174)
Posted 2 Jan 2006 by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~GP500
Post:
i would like if rosetta needed a bit less RAM.
How is the optimising of this improving btw.

don't read much about more effecient coding (CPU/RAM)
10) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : BOINC problem, anyone help please (Message 7654)
Posted 26 Dec 2005 by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~GP500
Post:
I have the same problem.
But restarting boinc doesn't help.

can't connect the client :/
11) Message boards : Number crunching : Please abort WUs with (Message 6987)
Posted 21 Dec 2005 by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~GP500
Post:
i see 207 jobs crash too.
It can't overview wich do and don't crash.

some 207's do compute right.

New stuff before the Christmis holiday isn't a good idea.
Maybe refert too the previous calculation methodes.
And research before experimenting.

This isn't too be anoying or cinical, i can't see what is being done.
Good luck, if we can help, if you need feedback ask us.
These are the bumps in the road, for a new project.
12) Message boards : Number crunching : Please abort WUs with (Message 6926)
Posted 20 Dec 2005 by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~GP500
Post:
Funny; We don't see here first, if the wu's are good.

I would find it logical that i get credit for the work i did.
http://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/result.php?resultid=4421107

some hours of work went in too that 1, and it was a fault on your side.
so some credit for the work we did would be appreciated.

Even if you can't use the result we produced.
173.56 is more then half of my days production.
almost 40.000 sec.

Ps: good luck :)
13) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : Dutch Power Cows! #1 in dc-computing :) (Message 5960)
Posted 12 Dec 2005 by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~GP500
Post:
Thats the spirit!!, i think we can manage that, Overtake chart

9 days from now will clear skies, then we can see how competitive other teams are, and up that time we know we can expect a major/minor boost from Fad refugees or not

We have overtaking 2 teams in the meantime.
synergy and xpc.

On too the next.

At the end of the week more from FAd will come over.
Seti-people have finally found out that they can better not provide work so that DPC-seti come's too crunch here.
We rather have power cows, then ray-guns any day. (IMHO) :p
14) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : Dutch Power Cows! #1 in dc-computing :) (Message 5183)
Posted 5 Dec 2005 by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~GP500
Post:
Up for nr:1, when fad stops in 10 days we'll get alot more power i hope.

But i hope subteam: Grutte Pier can keep up then.






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