Posts by Jerry Goggin

1) Message boards : Number crunching : Minirosetta 1.98 (Message 63732)
Posted 17 Oct 2009 by Profile Jerry Goggin
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Really appreciate the prompt feedback. The box to "keep tasks in memory while suspended" was not checked, so that got changed. This is a very old computer which needs replacing soon. Going from Win2K to Windows 7 will be interesting, I'm sure.
2) Message boards : Number crunching : Minirosetta 1.98 (Message 63727)
Posted 17 Oct 2009 by Profile Jerry Goggin
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I understand what you are saying, but think something else was going on. Based on my settings and running processes, task manager indicated over 500MB free physical memory available and considerably more swap space. Settings allow 50% when computer in use and 100% when computer idle, and Rosetta has had no problems during the years I've been running it. Thing I noticed was that Rosetta had disappeared from the process list -- it wasn't waiting for anything, it was gone.
3) Message boards : Number crunching : Minirosetta 1.98 (Message 63724)
Posted 17 Oct 2009 by Profile Jerry Goggin
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This task appears to have hung

10/16/2009 10:02:03 PM rosetta@home task denovo_design_rossmann2x3_flxbb_SAVE_ALL_OUT_r2x3_001_rbd_h15_001_0001.82_0001_15195_60_0 suspended by user

so I am going to abort it. Task properties indicate the State "Waiting for memory" whatever that means. There is plenty of memory available. I can resume it, but it simply does not run.

10/16/2009 10:08:35 PM rosetta@home task denovo_design_rossmann2x3_flxbb_SAVE_ALL_OUT_r2x3_001_rbd_h15_001_0001.82_0001_15195_60_0 resumed by user
4) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems with Rosetta stable version 5.69 and beta version 5.77 (Message 45720)
Posted 3 Sep 2007 by Profile Jerry Goggin
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Something goes wrong with 5.77 on my machine. It gets down to saying 00:09:57 and then stays there. So for the second time I am about to abort a task. Suspect this old PC just isn't capable or something. Been chugging along with RAH for over a year, I guess, but maybe it's time to quit.






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