Posts by Michael B

1) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : Last one to post here wins part 3 (Message 55019)
Posted 10 Aug 2008 by Michael B
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too bad here is one from my area http://www.wham1180.com/main.html



how about a link to your radio show


GoodMorningAfternoonNight!


We have no audio stream...I wish we did!


I\'ve heard of that station...When i was a kid i picked it up all the way over here in Illinois.


When I was a kid, it was KSHE-95 out of St. Louis...
2) Message boards : Number crunching : No work avaialble (Message 54932)
Posted 5 Aug 2008 by Michael B
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nevermind, they show now and also I got work :)

3) Message boards : Number crunching : No work avaialble (Message 54930)
Posted 5 Aug 2008 by Michael B
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I attached two new crunchers to Rosetta and neither one is geting any work nor do they show up in my Computers list here...

hmmm :/
4) Message boards : Number crunching : Forum Code (Message 47082)
Posted 27 Sep 2007 by Michael B
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We\'ll do an update in the near future.


WOOT!
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Forum Code (Message 47013)
Posted 26 Sep 2007 by Michael B
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I guess not :)
6) Message boards : Number crunching : Forum Code (Message 46868)
Posted 23 Sep 2007 by Michael B
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eh?
7) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : Loss of a Cruncher (Message 46721)
Posted 21 Sep 2007 by Michael B
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Prayers go out to his family and friends along with his team mates.

May he rest in peace.
8) Message boards : Number crunching : Forum Code (Message 46720)
Posted 21 Sep 2007 by Michael B
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Perhaps they will check out the latest code the Dr. Anderson did which includes more tools for team founders.
9) Message boards : Number crunching : Forum Code (Message 46416)
Posted 17 Sep 2007 by Michael B
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When is Rosetta going to update their forum code to the latest?
10) Message boards : Number crunching : Memory Usage in Beta 5.80 (Message 46300)
Posted 15 Sep 2007 by Michael B
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The project has always had two potential WU memory sizes. They only send WUs that have high memory requirements to machines that have more then about 500MB of memory. So, what you MAY be observing is simply that they have released a batch of high memory tasks. And so this would not be a change, nor a bug, nor anything that needs to be optimized. It is simply a type of memory intensive work that the project wants to study further.

Having said that, I do not know for certain if these WUs were flagged as \"high memory required\" or not. So, I\'m just trying to inform you that it seems normal. If someone with a 256MB machine told me they had a task consuming 200+MB in task manager, then it would indicate the WUs may not have been properly tagged to only go to high memory systems.


That answer works for me :0 I don\'t mind that much ram in use...I gots meh plenty ;P

thanks :)
11) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : US Navy Rosetta team and US Navy SETI team are under one forum... (Message 46284)
Posted 15 Sep 2007 by Michael B
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All the best to the combined Navy forum Michael/Yank :)


thanks man :)
12) Message boards : Number crunching : Memory Usage in Beta 5.80 (Message 46278)
Posted 15 Sep 2007 by Michael B
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I\'ve noticed that each WU is consuming 250 megs of ram.

So I have 500 megs of ram in use just for Rosetta.


Wow.
13) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems with Rosetta version 5.80 (Message 46254)
Posted 15 Sep 2007 by Michael B
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One of my BOINC Managers won\'t let me attach to rosetta...keeps saying project is offline.
14) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : US Navy Rosetta team and US Navy SETI team are under one forum... (Message 46253)
Posted 15 Sep 2007 by Michael B
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http://www.mikesbawx.org/navy/e107_plugins/forum/forum.php

Inviting all Naval personnel and their family to join our team.


Concur :)
15) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : 600 new hosts today!! ALRIGHT! (Message 26510)
Posted 10 Sep 2006 by Michael B
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ASlso I think the cumulative RAC will increase because Seti@Home is out of work for the next couple of days.






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