Posts by Scott14o

1) Message boards : Number crunching : Discussion of the new credit systen (2) (Message 25639)
Posted 30 Aug 2006 by Scott14o
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does the new credit system show flops? the old one showed every 100,000 credits was 1 teraflop.
2) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : Sony PS3 and Folding@Home (Message 24814)
Posted 25 Aug 2006 by Scott14o
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How likely would it be that Rosetta can work on a PS3?
3) Message boards : Number crunching : Building a new crunching rig? (Message 24430)
Posted 23 Aug 2006 by Scott14o
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What's the difference from having (1) 512 MB memory card, or having (2) 256 MB memory cards?
4) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : Personal Milestones (Message 24331)
Posted 23 Aug 2006 by Scott14o
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what is a cobblestone?
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Thread Delete: Why I am pulling my machines out. (Message 24214)
Posted 22 Aug 2006 by Scott14o
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I believe that Ethan should just back off! He is taking his "job" to an extreme, by deleting inoffensive posts!

He seems to be doing more harm then good.
6) Questions and Answers : Wish list : Feature request (Message 24005)
Posted 21 Aug 2006 by Scott14o
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I would like more check points so that when i shut down my computer and the work unit isn't done yet, that it wont have to start over in the morning.
7) Message boards : Number crunching : Silly Newbie Tricks - Suspending a work unit (Message 24002)
Posted 21 Aug 2006 by Scott14o
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I too, find it annoying that the check points are only after every model. My computer isn't the fastest so it sometimes takes awhile on each model, it would be nice to know that I can shut down my computer for the night and know that the hour and a half work that it had already done wasn't wasted.

Are there plans for there allow it to have more checkpoints?
8) Message boards : Number crunching : New Crediting system: questions (Message 23550)
Posted 19 Aug 2006 by Scott14o
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is the Granted work credit going toward our RAC?

also... Is the TeraFLOPS estimate being affected by optimized machines? For example, optimized machines might be making the TeraFLOPS estimate be much higher than it really is.
9) Message boards : Number crunching : Flat Lined........... (Message 22471)
Posted 15 Aug 2006 by Scott14o
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I believe that it means that during that time your RAC did not increase.
10) Message boards : Number crunching : WU's (Message 22468)
Posted 15 Aug 2006 by Scott14o
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Does a work unit run different proteins in each model or when it goes to a new model is it just a new model of the same protein?

For example, when the work unit goes up from 1% to ~15% (when it starts a new model) is it testing a whole new protein, or is it simple making a different model for the same one?
11) Message boards : Number crunching : lowest energy question (Message 22310)
Posted 12 Aug 2006 by Scott14o
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If a user predicts the lowest energy, what does that do? I've read Dr. Baker's stuff, but it just says that we're trying to find the lowest energy, not what it is used for (at least what I saw).

Also, what if the lowest prediction really isn't the LOWEST level that there is?

oh yeah and when will we get the results from CASP?
12) Message boards : Number crunching : What do the current credits mean? (Message 22253)
Posted 11 Aug 2006 by Scott14o
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are they the amount of Flops that you do or something?
or are they ONLY for fun?
13) Message boards : Number crunching : What happens after CASP? (Message 21455)
Posted 31 Jul 2006 by Scott14o
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After CASP is over, what's rosetta going to do? Is it going to be doing its on protein stuff... not the already determined structures from CASP?
14) Message boards : Number crunching : whats the benifit to Rosetta if you.. (Message 21368)
Posted 29 Jul 2006 by Scott14o
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set the target CPU time to a higher number? Does it hurt to have it set to 1 hour?
15) Questions and Answers : Wish list : remove optimized computers from the top computer lists (Message 20853)
Posted 22 Jul 2006 by Scott14o
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if there is a way to find out that they are optimized, other than the completly bogus benchmarks.. whats the point of a top computer list if people are just getting more credit by using optimized clients? thanks
16) Message boards : Number crunching : does using optimized boinc clients hurt rosetta? (Message 20793)
Posted 21 Jul 2006 by Scott14o
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does using an optimized boinc client to boost your benchmarks so you can get more credit hurt your results? or does rosetta still get the same amount of use out of the results?
17) Message boards : Number crunching : Reducing the CPU % on iMac (Message 20112)
Posted 13 Jul 2006 by Scott14o
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Is there a way that I can limit the amount of CPU % that rosetta uses? I would like to give my iMac G4 a rest from time to time but without having not do any work at all.

Also, with version 5.25 rosetta does not quit when boinc does. When I look at activity monitor, it shows that rosetta is running and using CPU %. so i have to quit it manually from activity monitor.
18) Questions and Answers : Macintosh : ruducing the CPU % (Message 20110)
Posted 13 Jul 2006 by Scott14o
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Is there a way that I can limit the amount of CPU % that rosetta uses? I would like to give my iMac G4 a rest from time to time but without having not do any work at all.

Also, with version 5.25 rosetta does not quit when boinc does. When I look at activity monitor, it shows that rosetta is running and using CPU %. so i have to quit it manually from activity monitor.
19) Questions and Answers : Macintosh : reducing the CPU % (Message 19532)
Posted 30 Jun 2006 by Scott14o
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Hello, is there a way to make rosetta use less CPU time... I don't have any other projects running.. I just dont want rosetta taking-up all my CPU time..

--thanks
20) Message boards : Number crunching : Optimize for 10.4? (Message 16990)
Posted 24 May 2006 by Scott14o
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Is there a way to optimize Rosetta so it will run faster on Mac os X 10.4 "Tiger"? I have a 1.60 Ghz windows notebook (190 RAM), and a 1 Ghz iMac G4 (512 RAM). The notebook can go through about five times as many models withen the time the iMac goes through 1 model.
I read somewhere that the compromise to making Rosetta run on both 10.3 and 10.4 was to have a slower client... Just wondering if there was a way to speed it up.
Thanks!


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