Make frankenbot scary for halloween -2007

Come join the... uh... er... fold.

Moderators: just brew it!, farmpuma

Postposted on Mon Oct 22, 2007 10:31 pm

6500ppd! W00t. Got alot more people on the overtake list now :D
Usacomp2k3
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Postposted on Mon Oct 22, 2007 10:54 pm

It is actually scaring the entire nation of gerbils. :o
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The Model M is not for the faint of heart. You either like them or hate them.

Gerbils unite! Fold for UnitedGerbilNation, team 2630.
Flying Fox
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Postposted on Mon Oct 22, 2007 10:58 pm

Maybe we could get some front-page love?
The week starting Wedn should be the main push for halloween 8)
Usacomp2k3
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Postposted on Tue Oct 23, 2007 1:52 am

Cum'on Fox!! The Gerbil Nation are our friends!!!

TRFrankenbot is my Bud though... :lol:

Screw the electric bill!! I'll fire up the HTPC for the last week too (4800 X2 @ 2.6)... That should push me close to 2500 ppd...

It would be cool if we could get Franky in the top 15!
Daveburt714
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Postposted on Tue Oct 23, 2007 8:07 pm

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[01:33:13] - Ask before connecting: No
[01:33:13] - User name: TRFrankenbotteam=2630
[01:33:13] - User ID: 792A1F635BBF0BC4
[01:33:13] - Machine ID: 1


DOH!..

Well that cost us a smp WU.

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[01:01:53] - Ask before connecting: No
[01:01:53] - User name: TRFrankenbot (Team 2630)
[01:01:53] - User ID: 792A1F635BBF0BC4
[01:01:53] - Machine ID: 1


Now, its fixed and won't get a WU... I should have been more careful with using notepad.
cass
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Postposted on Tue Oct 23, 2007 9:24 pm

7500ppd and 10,301 points yesterday :o
Holy crap guys. Keep it coming!
Currently sitting in 8th place ppd, but if we keep up the current rate, that's very close to #2 behind segfault.
Usacomp2k3
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Postposted on Tue Oct 23, 2007 9:45 pm

I think all of my WUs may not be showing up for TRFrank

I turned in an SMP WU for 1760 points at around 8:30PM CDT, but in the 9PM update it only shows 1 WU for like 1100 points, either thats not my WU or if it is the points are wrong

heres the one it grabbed right after
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--- Opening Log file [October 22 21:54:34]


# SMP Client ##################################################################
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                       Folding@Home Client Version 5.91beta5

                          http://folding.stanford.edu

###############################################################################
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Launch directory: C:\Program Files\Folding@Home Windows SMP Client V1.01
Executable: C:\Program Files\Folding@Home Windows SMP Client V1.01\fah.exe


[21:54:34] - Ask before connecting: No
[21:54:34] - User name: TRFrankenbot (Team 2630)
[21:54:35] - User ID: 2AC772C71534DD7
[21:54:35] - Machine ID: 1
[21:54:35]
[21:54:35] Loaded queue successfully.
[21:54:35]
[21:54:35] + Processing work unit
[21:54:35] Core required: FahCore_a1.exe
[21:54:35] Core found.
[21:54:35] Working on Unit 08 [October 22 21:54:35]
[21:54:35] + Working ...
[21:54:36]
[21:54:36] *------------------------------*
[21:54:36] Folding@Home Gromacs SMP Core
[21:54:36] Version 1.74 (March 10, 2007)
[21:54:36]
[21:54:36] Preparing to commence simulation
[21:54:36] - Ensuring status. Please wait.
[21:54:53] - Looking at optimizations...
[21:54:53] - Working with standard loops on this execution.
[21:54:53] Examination of work files indicates 8 consecutive improper terminations of core.
[21:54:57] - Expanded 2953668 -> 15229627 (decompressed 515.6 percent)
[21:54:58]
[21:54:59] Project: 2653 (Run 24, Clone 80, Gen 10)
[21:54:59]
[21:54:59] Entering M.D.
[21:55:05] Calling FAH init
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[21:55:07] Extra SSE boost OK.
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[09:51:09] Completed 500000 out of 500000 steps  (100 percent)
[09:51:09] Writing final coordinates.
[09:51:09] Past main M.D. loop
[09:51:09] Will end MPI now
[09:52:09]
[09:52:09] Finished Work Unit:
[09:52:09] - Reading up to 3727488 from "work/wudata_08.arc": Read 3727488
[09:52:09] - Reading up to 1784052 from "work/wudata_08.xtc": Read 1784052
[09:52:09] goefile size: 0
[09:52:09] logfile size: 41849
[09:52:09] Leaving Run
[09:52:14] - Writing 5557789 bytes of core data to disk...
[09:52:14]   ... Done.
[09:52:14] - Failed to delete work/wudata_08.sas
[09:52:14] - Failed to delete work/wudata_08.goe
[09:52:14] Warning:  check for stray files
[09:52:14] - Shutting down core
[09:54:14]
[09:54:14] Folding@home Core Shutdown: FINISHED_UNIT
[09:54:14]
[09:54:14] Folding@home Core Shutdown: FINISHED_UNIT
[09:54:16] CoreStatus = 64 (100)
[09:54:16] Sending work to server


[09:54:16] + Attempting to send results
[09:56:52] + Results successfully sent
[09:56:52] Thank you for your contribution to Folding@Home.
[09:56:52] + Number of Units Completed: 21

[09:58:56] - Preparing to get new work unit...
[09:58:56] + Attempting to get work packet
[09:58:56] - Connecting to assignment server
[09:58:56] - Successful: assigned to (171.64.65.64).
[09:58:56] + News From Folding@Home: Welcome to Folding@Home
[09:58:56] Loaded queue successfully.
[09:59:12] + Closed connections
[09:59:12]
[09:59:12] + Processing work unit
[09:59:12] Core required: FahCore_a1.exe
[09:59:12] Core found.
[09:59:12] Working on Unit 09 [October 23 09:59:12]
[09:59:12] + Working ...
[09:59:12]
[09:59:12] *------------------------------*
[09:59:12] Folding@Home Gromacs SMP Core
[09:59:12] Version 1.74 (March 10, 2007)
[09:59:12]
[09:59:12] Preparing to commence simulation
[09:59:12] - Ensuring status. Please wait.
[09:59:14] - Starting from initial work packet
[09:59:14]
[09:59:14] Project: 2653 (Run 21, Clone 54, Gen 43)
[09:59:14]
[09:59:14] Assembly optimizations on if available.
[09:59:14] Entering M.D.
[09:59:33]  percent)
[09:59:33] - Starting from initial work packet
[09:59:33]
[09:59:33] Project: 2653 (Run 21, Clone 54, Gen 43)
[09:59:33]
[09:59:33] Entering M.D.
[09:59:40] Rejecting checkpoint
[09:59:40] Protein: Protein in POPC
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[22:53:34] Completed 410000 out of 500000 steps  (82 percent)
[23:03:00] Writing local files
[23:03:00] Completed 415000 out of 500000 steps  (83 percent)
[23:12:26] Writing local files
[23:12:26] Completed 420000 out of 500000 steps  (84 percent)
[23:21:52] Writing local files
[23:21:52] Completed 425000 out of 500000 steps  (85 percent)
[23:31:18] Writing local files
[23:31:18] Completed 430000 out of 500000 steps  (86 percent)
[23:40:43] Writing local files
[23:40:43] Completed 435000 out of 500000 steps  (87 percent)
[23:50:09] Writing local files
[23:50:09] Completed 440000 out of 500000 steps  (88 percent)
[23:59:34] Writing local files
[23:59:34] Completed 445000 out of 500000 steps  (89 percent)
[00:08:59] Writing local files
[00:08:59] Completed 450000 out of 500000 steps  (90 percent)
[00:18:24] Writing local files
[00:18:24] Completed 455000 out of 500000 steps  (91 percent)
[00:27:49] Writing local files
[00:27:49] Completed 460000 out of 500000 steps  (92 percent)
[00:37:13] Writing local files
[00:37:14] Completed 465000 out of 500000 steps  (93 percent)
[00:46:38] Writing local files
[00:46:39] Completed 470000 out of 500000 steps  (94 percent)
[00:56:03] Writing local files
[00:56:03] Completed 475000 out of 500000 steps  (95 percent)
[01:05:27] Writing local files
[01:05:27] Completed 480000 out of 500000 steps  (96 percent)
[01:14:52] Writing local files
[01:14:52] Completed 485000 out of 500000 steps  (97 percent)
[01:24:17] Writing local files
[01:24:17] Completed 490000 out of 500000 steps  (98 percent)
[01:33:52] Writing local files
[01:33:53] Completed 495000 out of 500000 steps  (99 percent)
[01:43:25] Writing local files
[01:43:26] Completed 500000 out of 500000 steps  (100 percent)
[01:43:26] Writing final coordinates.
[01:43:26] Past main M.D. loop
[01:43:26] Will end MPI now
[01:44:26]
[01:44:26] Finished Work Unit:
[01:44:26] - Reading up to 3727488 from "work/wudata_09.arc": Read 3727488
[01:44:26] - Reading up to 1785312 from "work/wudata_09.xtc": Read 1785312
[01:44:26] goefile size: 0
[01:44:26] logfile size: 17313
[01:44:26] Leaving Run
[01:44:28] - Writing 5534513 bytes of core data to disk...
[01:44:28]   ... Done.
[01:44:28] - Failed to delete work/wudata_09.sas
[01:44:28] - Failed to delete work/wudata_09.goe
[01:44:28] Warning:  check for stray files
[01:44:28] - Shutting down core
[01:44:28]
[01:44:28] Folding@home Core Shutdown: FINISHED_UNIT
[01:44:28]
[01:44:28] Folding@home Core Shutdown: FINISHED_UNIT
[01:46:32] CoreStatus = 64 (100)
[01:46:32] Sending work to server


[01:46:32] + Attempting to send results
[01:49:13] + Results successfully sent
[01:49:13] Thank you for your contribution to Folding@Home.
[01:49:13] + Number of Units Completed: 22

[01:51:17] - Preparing to get new work unit...
[01:51:17] + Attempting to get work packet
[01:51:17] - Connecting to assignment server
[01:51:17] - Successful: assigned to (0.0.0.0).
[01:51:17] + News From Folding@Home: Welcome to Folding@Home
[01:51:17] Work Unit has an invalid address.
[01:51:17] - Error: Attempt #1  to get work failed, and no other work to do.
             Waiting before retry.
[01:51:36] + Attempting to get work packet
[01:51:36] - Connecting to assignment server
[01:51:36] - Successful: assigned to (0.0.0.0).
[01:51:36] + News From Folding@Home: Welcome to Folding@Home
[01:51:36] Work Unit has an invalid address.
[01:51:36] - Error: Attempt #2  to get work failed, and no other work to do.
             Waiting before retry.
[01:52:00] + Attempting to get work packet
[01:52:00] - Connecting to assignment server
[01:52:01] - Successful: assigned to (0.0.0.0).
[01:52:01] + News From Folding@Home: Welcome to Folding@Home
[01:52:01] Work Unit has an invalid address.
[01:52:01] - Error: Attempt #3  to get work failed, and no other work to do.
             Waiting before retry.
[01:52:28] + Attempting to get work packet
[01:52:28] - Connecting to assignment server
[01:52:29] - Successful: assigned to (0.0.0.0).
[01:52:29] + News From Folding@Home: Welcome to Folding@Home
[01:52:29] Work Unit has an invalid address.
[01:52:29] - Error: Attempt #4  to get work failed, and no other work to do.
             Waiting before retry.
[01:53:20] + Attempting to get work packet
[01:53:20] - Connecting to assignment server
[01:53:20] - Successful: assigned to (171.64.65.64).
[01:53:20] + News From Folding@Home: Welcome to Folding@Home
[01:53:20] Loaded queue successfully.
[01:53:36] + Closed connections
[01:53:36]
[01:53:36] + Processing work unit
[01:53:36] Core required: FahCore_a1.exe
[01:53:36] Core found.
[01:53:36] Working on Unit 00 [October 24 01:53:36]
[01:53:36] + Working ...
[01:53:36]
[01:53:36] *------------------------------*
[01:53:36] Folding@Home Gromacs SMP Core
[01:53:36] Version 1.74 (March 10, 2007)
[01:53:36]
[01:53:36] Preparing to commence simulation
[01:53:36] - Looking at optimizations...
[01:53:36] - Created dyn
[01:53:36] - Files status OK
[01:53:38] - Expanded 2963880 -> 15203894 (decompressed 512.9 percent)
[01:53:38] - Starting from initial work packet
[01:53:38]
[01:53:38] Project: 2653 (Run 32, Clone 38, Gen 49)
[01:53:38]
[01:53:38] Assembly optimizations on if available.
[01:53:38] Entering M.D.
[01:53:57] al work pa- Starting from initial work packet
[01:53:57]
[01:53:57] Project: 2653 (Run 32, Clone 38, Gen 49)
[01:53:57]
[01:53:58] Entering M.D.
[01:54:04] Rejecting checkpoint
[01:54:05] Protein: Protein in POPC
[01:54:05] xtra SSE boost OK.
[01:54:05]
[01:54:06] Extra SSE boost OK.
[01:54:06] Writing local files
[01:54:06] Completed 0 out of 500000 steps  (0 percent)
[02:03:30] Writing local files
[02:03:30] Completed 5000 out of 500000 steps  (1 percent)
[02:12:56] Writing local files
[02:12:56] Completed 10000 out of 500000 steps  (2 percent)
[02:22:30] Writing local files
[02:22:31] Completed 15000 out of 500000 steps  (3 percent)
[02:31:56] Writing local files
[02:31:56] Completed 20000 out of 500000 steps  (4 percent)
[02:41:20] Writing local files
[02:41:20] Completed 25000 out of 500000 steps  (5 percent)
[02:50:45] Writing local files
[02:50:46] Completed 30000 out of 500000 steps  (6 percent)
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Postposted on Tue Oct 23, 2007 10:37 pm

The usernme and team # look OK....unlike mine which I know I screwed up.
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Postposted on Wed Oct 24, 2007 8:00 am

ChrisDTC wrote:I think all of my WUs may not be showing up for TRFrank

I turned in an SMP WU for 1760 points at around 8:30PM CDT, but in the 9PM update it only shows 1 WU for like 1100 points, either thats not my WU or if it is the points are wrong
Looks like your WUs got credited at the 12am update. Remember the times may be west coast. So give it time and man your points pushed Frankie up to 7.7k! Watch out m^3.
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Postposted on Wed Oct 24, 2007 10:15 pm

8500ppd :o
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Postposted on Wed Oct 24, 2007 11:24 pm

Like I said, I'm not real familiar with FAH, but something seems a little strange with my SMP client...

My first 2 WU's finished in about 35 hrs each (@ appx 1280ppd). When I got home from work tonight FAHMon showed a yellow box and my PPD had dropped to 1009.... Although it did still seem to be working!

I shut down the client and restarted it (fortunately it saved my 27% :wink: ).

FAHMon now has me back at 1285 PPD, but the box is still Yellow. I checked the LOG file and this is what I got:

[25/10/07 - 00:01:06] Reloading Daveburt
[25/10/07 - 00:01:06] PRCG found for Daveburt from FAHlog.txt: 2653/7/65/34
[25/10/07 - 00:01:06] Daveburt has an unknown state (Unable to find a complete frame)
[25/10/07 - 00:01:06] Cannot determine frame number for Daveburt (this isn't a problem)
[25/10/07 - 00:01:06] Daveburt [ETA] | avg=00:19:43 | last=N/A | ref=00:19:43 | left=86359s (guess)
[25/10/07 - 00:01:23] Reloading Daveburt
[25/10/07 - 00:01:23] PRCG found for Daveburt from FAHlog.txt: 2653/7/65/34
[25/10/07 - 00:01:23] Daveburt has an unknown state (Unable to find a complete frame)
[25/10/07 - 00:01:23] Cannot determine frame number for Daveburt (this isn't a problem)
[25/10/07 - 00:01:23] Daveburt [ETA] | avg=00:19:43 | last=N/A | ref=00:19:43 | left=86359s (guess)
[25/10/07 - 00:06:06] Reloading Daveburt
[25/10/07 - 00:06:06] PRCG found for Daveburt from FAHlog.txt: 2653/7/65/34
[25/10/07 - 00:06:06] Daveburt has an unknown state (Unable to find a complete frame)
[25/10/07 - 00:06:06] Cannot determine frame number for Daveburt (this isn't a problem)
[25/10/07 - 00:06:06] Daveburt [ETA] | avg=00:19:43 | last=N/A | ref=00:19:43 | left=86359s (guess)


Any Suggestions? Still doesn't look right to me, although both cores are running at 100%
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Postposted on Wed Oct 24, 2007 11:30 pm

Daveburt714 wrote:Like I said, I'm not real familiar with FAH, but something seems a little strange with my SMP client...

My first 2 WU's finished in about 35 hrs each (@ appx 1280ppd). When I got home from work tonight FAHMon showed a yellow box and my PPD had dropped to 1009.... Although it did still seem to be working!

I shut down the client and restarted it (fortunately it saved my 27% :wink: ).

FAHMon now has me back at 1285 PPD, but the box is still Yellow. I checked the LOG file and this is what I got:

[25/10/07 - 00:01:06] Reloading Daveburt
[25/10/07 - 00:01:06] PRCG found for Daveburt from FAHlog.txt: 2653/7/65/34
[25/10/07 - 00:01:06] Daveburt has an unknown state (Unable to find a complete frame)
[25/10/07 - 00:01:06] Cannot determine frame number for Daveburt (this isn't a problem)
[25/10/07 - 00:01:06] Daveburt [ETA] | avg=00:19:43 | last=N/A | ref=00:19:43 | left=86359s (guess)
[25/10/07 - 00:01:23] Reloading Daveburt
[25/10/07 - 00:01:23] PRCG found for Daveburt from FAHlog.txt: 2653/7/65/34
[25/10/07 - 00:01:23] Daveburt has an unknown state (Unable to find a complete frame)
[25/10/07 - 00:01:23] Cannot determine frame number for Daveburt (this isn't a problem)
[25/10/07 - 00:01:23] Daveburt [ETA] | avg=00:19:43 | last=N/A | ref=00:19:43 | left=86359s (guess)
[25/10/07 - 00:06:06] Reloading Daveburt
[25/10/07 - 00:06:06] PRCG found for Daveburt from FAHlog.txt: 2653/7/65/34
[25/10/07 - 00:06:06] Daveburt has an unknown state (Unable to find a complete frame)
[25/10/07 - 00:06:06] Cannot determine frame number for Daveburt (this isn't a problem)
[25/10/07 - 00:06:06] Daveburt [ETA] | avg=00:19:43 | last=N/A | ref=00:19:43 | left=86359s (guess)


Any Suggestions? Still doesn't look right to me, although both cores are running at 100%


The yellow box just means fahmon cant accurately calculate ppd mainly because you have only worked a few frames, it will do that each time you get a new WU. But after you get past a certain point it will have a better estimation of how long the WU is going to take your machine and should turn green again
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Postposted on Wed Oct 24, 2007 11:38 pm

This is the line that gave me some concern:

[25/10/07 - 00:06:06] Daveburt has an unknown state (Unable to find a complete frame)

Plus the fact that I was at 27% completion and it was still yellow....
Maybe I'm just being paranoid :lol:

Task Manager show 100% on both cores, so something is going on!
Thanks Chris!
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Postposted on Wed Oct 24, 2007 11:42 pm

Daveburt714 wrote:This is the line that gave me some concern:

[25/10/07 - 00:06:06] Daveburt has an unknown state (Unable to find a complete frame)

Plus the fact that I was at 27% completion and it was still yellow....
Maybe I'm just being paranoid :lol:

Task Manager show 100% on both cores, so something is going on!
Thanks Chris!


well, even if you were at 27% but you restarted the computer, it will recalculate just as if it were a new WU until it establishes how long it takes to fold x number of frames, but it should go back to green soon

You could have shut the computer down to install a QX6800 but fahmon would have no way of knowing until it sees how long the frames are taking ;)
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Postposted on Wed Oct 24, 2007 11:48 pm

Well since we're both online, here's the last few lines from my LOG file...

--- Opening Log file [October 23 07:50:03]


# SMP Client ##################################################################
###############################################################################

Folding@Home Client Version 5.91beta5

http://folding.stanford.edu

###############################################################################
###############################################################################

Launch directory: C:\Program Files\Folding@Home Windows SMP Client V1.01
Service: C:\Program Files\Folding@Home Windows SMP Client V1.01\fah.exe
Arguments: -svcstart

Launched as a service.
Entered C:\Program Files\Folding@Home Windows SMP Client V1.01 to do work.

[07:50:03] - Ask before connecting: No
[07:50:03] - User name: TRFrankenbot (Team 2630)
[07:50:03] - User ID: 1FC3A2EF18EF3247
[07:50:03] - Machine ID: 1
[07:50:03]
[07:50:03] Loaded queue successfully.
[07:50:03] Unit 4's deadline (October 22 11:12) has passed.


--- Opening Log file [October 25 03:59:53]


# SMP Client ##################################################################
###############################################################################

Folding@Home Client Version 5.91beta5

http://folding.stanford.edu

###############################################################################
###############################################################################

Launch directory: C:\Program Files\Folding@Home Windows SMP Client V1.01
Executable: C:\Program Files\Folding@Home Windows SMP Client V1.01\fah.exe


[03:59:53] - Ask before connecting: No
[03:59:53] - User name: TRFrankenbot (Team 2630)
[03:59:53] - User ID: 1FC3A2EF18EF3247
[03:59:53] - Machine ID: 1
[03:59:53]
[03:59:53] Loaded queue successfully.
[03:59:53]
[03:59:53] + Processing work unit
[03:59:53] Core required: FahCore_a1.exe
[03:59:53] Core found.
[03:59:53] Working on Unit 05 [October 25 03:59:53]
[03:59:53] + Working ...
[03:59:53]
[03:59:53] *------------------------------*
[03:59:53] Folding@Home Gromacs SMP Core
[03:59:53] Version 1.74 (March 10, 2007)
[03:59:54]
[03:59:54] Preparing to commence simulation
[03:59:54] - Ensuring status. Please wait.
[04:00:10] - Looking at optimizations...
[04:00:10] - Working with standard loops on this execution.
[04:00:10] - Previous termination of core was improper.
[04:00:10] - Going to use standard loops.
[04:00:10] - Files status OK
[04:00:20] - Expanded 2968712 -> 15212615 (decompressed 512.4 percent)
[04:00:20]
[04:00:20] Project: 2653 (Run 7, Clone 65, Gen 34)
[04:00:20]
[04:00:24] Entering M.D.
[04:00:30] Calling FAH init
[04:00:36] Read topology
[04:00:37] g local files
[04:00:37] checkpoint)
[04:00:37] Read checkpoint
[04:00:37] Protein: Protein in POPC
[04:00:38] Writing local files
[04:00:38] Completed 135749 out of 500000 steps (27 percent)
[04:00:43] Extra SSE boost OK.

Not trying to be a pest man, but you seem to know this software better than I do... Does that look OK to you?
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Postposted on Wed Oct 24, 2007 11:52 pm

[04:00:37] g local files
[04:00:37] checkpoint)


Truncation of text is normal. Everything in your log look a-ok as long as it's still actually folding.
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Postposted on Thu Oct 25, 2007 12:03 am

Well, I had typed out a nice long response, but I accidentally closed the browser window :oops: so Ill make it short

give it some more time, it should go back to green, if it doesnt, check this out http://trac.fahmon.net/wiki/MonitoringClients
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Postposted on Thu Oct 25, 2007 12:18 am

Thanks Folks... Just making sure Franky gets credit for my work!

You would think some programmer would donate some time to make this software a little more user friendly!! I can understand a log file being detailed, but thats just down right confusing!!

I run SETI@Home on occasion, and it is VERY intuitive.... Someone should design a decent front end for FAH!! I should start programming again... I knew Basic pretty well 15 years ago, it's like riding a bike right? 8)

Or.... maybe I should just have another beer and go to bed........ :-?
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Postposted on Thu Oct 25, 2007 12:21 am

Daveburt714 wrote:Thanks Folks... Just making sure Franky gets credit for my work!

You would think some programmer would donate some time to make this software a little more user friendly!! I can understand a log file being detailed, but thats just down right confusing!!

I run SETI@Home on occasion, and it is VERY intuitive.... Someone should design a decent front end for FAH!! I should start programming again... I knew Basic pretty well 15 years ago, it's like riding a bike right? 8)

Or.... maybe I should just have another beer and go to bed........ :-?

Theres a woot-off going on, you could stay up for that

http://www.woot.com
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Postposted on Thu Oct 25, 2007 1:59 am

Chris, your cool and pretty knowledgable.... But that Woot Link is pretty
close to spam!! Most folks don't like that around here, just a suggestion!

Anyway, I'm gonna fire up the HTPC to fold until Halloween... It's cool to see USA's bugeyed Icon!!

I bet we could hit 15k ppd, if we could just get a few more SMP clients!!
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Postposted on Thu Oct 25, 2007 11:39 am

Daveburt714 wrote:Thanks Folks... Just making sure Franky gets credit for my work!

You would think some programmer would donate some time to make this software a little more user friendly!! I can understand a log file being detailed, but thats just down right confusing!!

I run SETI@Home on occasion, and it is VERY intuitive.... Someone should design a decent front end for FAH!! I should start programming again... I knew Basic pretty well 15 years ago, it's like riding a bike right? 8)

Or.... maybe I should just have another beer and go to bed........ :-?


You could run the v6.0 client with the -smp flag for it to fold in SMP.
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Postposted on Thu Oct 25, 2007 11:44 am

Nitrodist wrote:You could run the v6.0 client with the -smp flag for it to fold in SMP.
Not on Windows. :-?
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Postposted on Thu Oct 25, 2007 11:59 am

Flying Fox wrote:
Nitrodist wrote:You could run the v6.0 client with the -smp flag for it to fold in SMP.
Not on Windows. :-?


Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat!? Ridiculous.
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Postposted on Thu Oct 25, 2007 12:17 pm

Nitrodist wrote:
Flying Fox wrote:
Nitrodist wrote:You could run the v6.0 client with the -smp flag for it to fold in SMP.
Not on Windows. :-?


Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat!? Ridiculous.
Didn't read the FAQ? They have not merged the SMP and single core clients for the Windows version yet. If you want to run SMP Windows the updated 5.91 beta client is available.

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9669 ppd!

Postposted on Fri Oct 26, 2007 7:49 am

As for 8:45am: :o
Code: Select all
3  Leor          9,677  8,073,544
4  TRFrankenbot  9,669  1,333,028


Very scary now. :D :D
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Postposted on Fri Oct 26, 2007 8:50 am

I have one more e6300 to start submitting... tonight or tomorrow, one more 3600x2 to add, and 13 more single core diskless to fire up. TRF will be #2 for a short time anyhow. ... smell the fish.
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Postposted on Fri Oct 26, 2007 5:57 pm

cass wrote:I have one more e6300 to start submitting... tonight or tomorrow, one more 3600x2 to add, and 13 more single core diskless to fire up. TRF will be #2 for a short time anyhow. ... smell the fish.


honestly, how much are you spending on power for those farms?

Its one thing to have some company footing the bill for all their user machines to fold but to be paying for it yourself... I can barely afford to keep my Q6600 and a few single cores going
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Postposted on Fri Oct 26, 2007 7:40 pm

ChrisDTC wrote:honestly, how much are you spending on power for those farms?


When I have all 30 or so diskless nodes going and the three home pcs it adds about $200/month to the power bill, Thats the reason my interest comes and goes. Its pretty easy to figure... each folding node consumes roughly 100w.

100wx33= 3300 watts. 3300x 24 hours x 30 days = 2,376,000watt-hours 2,376kwh x .09$/kwh = $213.84.

I try to keep from 3-10 pcs going all the time, and when I have some time and money I get everything running. The money is not the big deal, it is the time for maintaining the beast and making sure everything is ok. Thats why I am ordering 2 more x2 rigs tonight.. they use less power and will replace several old axps. I could move everything here at work and reap prepaid power, but its no hard on equipment here it doesn't work out. The power at home typically goes off at least once/month and restarting from that takes some time, although with notfred's help that should be less an issue now.

My next project is two windmills (11ft or more) and a battery bank.
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Postposted on Fri Oct 26, 2007 8:55 pm

cass wrote:
ChrisDTC wrote:honestly, how much are you spending on power for those farms?


When I have all 30 or so diskless nodes going and the three home pcs it adds about $200/month to the power bill, Thats the reason my interest comes and goes. Its pretty easy to figure... each folding node consumes roughly 100w.

100wx33= 3300 watts. 3300x 24 hours x 30 days = 2,376,000watt-hours 2,376kwh x .09$/kwh = $213.84.

I try to keep from 3-10 pcs going all the time, and when I have some time and money I get everything running. The money is not the big deal, it is the time for maintaining the beast and making sure everything is ok. Thats why I am ordering 2 more x2 rigs tonight.. they use less power and will replace several old axps. I could move everything here at work and reap prepaid power, but its no hard on equipment here it doesn't work out. The power at home typically goes off at least once/month and restarting from that takes some time, although with notfred's help that should be less an issue now.

My next project is two windmills (11ft or more) and a battery bank.

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