Ragnar Dan wrote:Another couple of thoughts I had: maybe it's the amount of memory reported to the SMP client in configuring it? I have mine set to 920 MB. If yours is higher, maybe that is why you're getting the higher point WUs. Though I think it more likely that 4 cores is the real reason. Still, I'd like to learn what your memory settings are (so I can perhaps reduce mine). You can find out by getting a terminal window running in the folding directory, and typing:
username@username-desktop:~/folding/FAH$ tail client.cfg
Also, while I'm at it, I notice you Nulfire/Druid guys seem to be talking to each other in this thread. I've been a bit confused by that, since it reads like you thanked yourself, and I can never tell which of you is writing. Are you both using the same account here on TR, too? I see an account called nulfire here, so what is the deal?
Ragnar Dan wrote:
OK, well, if he lurks I can see your posting things to him here, I suppose. But why do you both have the same folding username?
-Druid- wrote:I have another dual core single proc server that is currently running 2003 server with 2 clients, if my email upgrade project that these servers are for gets delayed any longer, I may load Linux on that one and try out the SMP client on there to. With less cores but the same memory maybe it won't get the 1400 WU's.
-Druid- wrote:Also, I've noticed using the system monitor on Linux that NONE of the cores stay at 100% but they are in constant flux between 50-90%. Anyway I could take advantage of those extra cycles and run another client? Will the standard Linux client run on 64bit?
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