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#177 Aug 31 2007 at 7:33 AM Rating: Decent
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Singdall wrote:
also with only 1500 parts to your WU you will only get small points. most of the WU i get are in the 5,000,000,000 in size, but i do allow for larger then 5M files too on all of my systems even my old laptop.


5 billion frames?! My work comp wouldn't be finished by this time in 2015. ****, it took me 3 days to finish up a 5 thousand frame unit.


Question time: Why the **** is mine sitting on "Attempting to get work packet" still? It's been that way since yesterday afternoon. It completed while the site was having that 15 minute update.. so I'm hoping it didn't glitch itself by trying to turn itself in at that time.

Edited, Aug 31st 2007 10:34am by Kaain
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#178 Aug 31 2007 at 7:37 AM Rating: Decent
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Question time: Why the **** is mine sitting on "Attempting to get work packet" still? It's been that way since yesterday afternoon. It completed while the site was having that 15 minute update.. so I'm hoping it didn't glitch itself by trying to turn itself in at that time.


Just shut it down and restart it.
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#179 Aug 31 2007 at 7:38 AM Rating: Default
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Kaelesh wrote:
Kaain the Irrelevant wrote:
Question time: Why the **** is mine sitting on "Attempting to get work packet" still? It's been that way since yesterday afternoon. It completed while the site was having that 15 minute update.. so I'm hoping it didn't glitch itself by trying to turn itself in at that time.


Just shut it down and restart it.


I WANT my points from the 5k WU dammit!
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#180 Aug 31 2007 at 7:41 AM Rating: Decent
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it typically takes me about a week or more to complete a WU of that size.... ill get the exact size of the one on my laptop when i get home. off to lunch.
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#181 Aug 31 2007 at 7:43 AM Rating: Decent
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If I get a five billion frame WU I'm uninstalling the folding software. I have a feeling that singdall is dlsexixd.
#182 Aug 31 2007 at 7:45 AM Rating: Decent
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Kaain the Irrelevant wrote:
I WANT my points from the 5k WU dammit!


28 Kaain 186 1

And you got them already. Chill the fuck out and restart it.

Edited, Aug 31st 2007 10:45am by Kaelesh
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#183 Aug 31 2007 at 7:54 AM Rating: Default
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Kaelesh wrote:
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I WANT my points from the 5k WU dammit!


28 Kaain 186 1

And you got them already. Chill the fuck out and restart it.


186 is my points? Oh..... Smiley: laugh

I'm chill I'm chill.. it's just that points are all that really matters in this world of ours. Points points points points points points points. You can do anything with the right points.

I helped cure Parkinson's today with my points.
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#184 Aug 31 2007 at 8:05 AM Rating: Decent
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That's right. 186 points. You did a pussy WU.

Man up and crank those settings.

Then again, so did Allahimself: 30 Allakhazam 186 1

And I know he's got a good rig.

Edited, Aug 31st 2007 11:07am by Kaelesh
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#186 Aug 31 2007 at 8:43 AM Rating: Decent
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Kaelesh wrote:
That's right. 186 points. You did a pussy WU.

Man up and crank those settings.

Then again, so did Allahimself: 30 Allakhazam 186 1

And I know he's got a good rig.


I think it's set to max Smiley: confused

If the bar's all the way to the right under "Advanced" then it is, eh?

Just sent out a corp wide e-mail about it, by the way.. told them to reply if they plan on running it and I'll give them the Team number. I added in a sob story about how my grandfather died from Parkinson's a few years back so hopefully everyone will sign up Smiley: grin

Edited, Aug 31st 2007 11:47am by Kaain
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#187 Aug 31 2007 at 8:50 AM Rating: Decent
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curent laptop progress, and this is a small one, 1,050,000 out of 1,500,000

70% complete on the laptop. so about 20% in the last 4 or 5 hours or so. wow i might finish this one off late tonight.

./foldingathome/folding status 2 
 
['folding' ver. 5.5] 
 
Status of running FAH client(s) on 2 processor(s): 
Status on all possible FAH client(s): 
FAH504-Linux.exe (pid 14938 14950) is running 
Status on all possible FAH cores (FahCore_80.exe): 
FahCore_80.exe (pid 15008 15009 15010 15011 15013 15014 15015 15016) is running 
Status on all possible 'FaH' scripts: 
FaH (pid 14934 14948) is running 
 
 
Processes running from /home/ray/foldingathome/CPU2 directory: 
FAH client pids: 14950 
FAH core pids: 15013 15014 15015 15016 
FaH pids: 14948 
 
FAH client flags: '-verbosity 9' 
 
 Index 1: folding now 343.00 pts (5.442 pt/hr) 36.6 X min speed; 64% complete 
  server: 171.64.122.72:8080; project: 3672, "p3672_Seq27_Amber03_Extended" 
  Folding: run 54, clone 15, generation 0; benchmark 0; misc: 500, 102 
  issue: Wed Aug 29 20:15:21 2007; begin: Wed Aug 29 20:14:43 2007 
  expect: Sat Sep  1 11:16:37 2007; due: Mon Dec  3 19:14:43 2007 (96 days) 
  preferred: Thu Nov  1 20:14:43 2007 (64 days) 
  core URL: http://www.stanford.edu/~pande/Linux/x86/Core_80.fah (V1.02) 
  CPU: 1,0 x86; OS: 4,0 Linux 
  assignment info (le): Wed Aug 29 20:15:21 2007; A531F52E 
  CS: 171.64.122.76; P limit: 5241856 
  user: singdall64; team: 85020; ID: B4D245341E250033; mach ID: 2 
  work/wudata_01.dat file size: 374108; WU type: Folding@Home 
Average download rate 374.108 KB/s (u=1) 
Average pph: 5.442, ppd: 130.60, ppw: 914.2, ppy: 47701 
 
 
 
Status of FAH client(s): OK 


and

./foldingathome/folding status 1 
 
['folding' ver. 5.5] 
 
Status of running FAH client(s) on 2 processor(s): 
Status on all possible FAH client(s): 
FAH504-Linux.exe (pid 14938 14950) is running 
Status on all possible FAH cores (FahCore_80.exe): 
FahCore_80.exe (pid 15008 15009 15010 15011 15013 15014 15015 15016) is running 
Status on all possible 'FaH' scripts: 
FaH (pid 14934 14948) is running 
 
 
Processes running from /home/ray/foldingathome/CPU1 directory: 
FAH client pids: 14938 
FAH core pids: 15008 15009 15010 15011 
FaH pids: 14934 
 
FAH client flags: '-verbosity 9' 
 
 Index 1: folding now 343.00 pts (5.441 pt/hr) 36.6 X min speed; 64% complete 
  server: 171.64.122.72:8080; project: 3672, "p3672_Seq27_Amber03_Extended" 
  Folding: run 54, clone 14, generation 0; benchmark 0; misc: 500, 102 
  issue: Wed Aug 29 20:15:21 2007; begin: Wed Aug 29 20:14:42 2007 
  expect: Sat Sep  1 11:16:51 2007; due: Mon Dec  3 19:14:42 2007 (96 days) 
  preferred: Thu Nov  1 20:14:42 2007 (64 days) 
  core URL: http://www.stanford.edu/~pande/Linux/x86/Core_80.fah (V1.02) 
  CPU: 1,0 x86; OS: 4,0 Linux 
  assignment info (le): Wed Aug 29 20:15:20 2007; A531F52F 
  CS: 171.64.122.76; P limit: 5241856 
  user: singdall64; team: 85020; ID: 716691191CBBFA34; mach ID: 1 
  work/wudata_01.dat file size: 373879; WU type: Folding@Home 
Average download rate 373.879 KB/s (u=1) 
Average pph: 5.441, ppd: 130.59, ppw: 914.1, ppy: 47697 
 
 
 
Status of FAH client(s): OK 


sadly with the finstall script i can not tell how large the package is i am working on with my game box. i do have 2 F@H running on this computer at the same time though. thus the status 1 and 2, one for each core of my CPU.


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#188 Aug 31 2007 at 8:52 AM Rating: Decent
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Just sent out a corp wide e-mail about it, by the way.. told them to reply if they plan on running it and I'll give them the Team number. I added in a sob story about how my grandfather died from Parkinson's a few years back so hopefully everyone will sign up Smiley: grin


nice the more the better. once my laptop and 2 iMACs finish some cores, that will add 4 more CPUs, yes that is not bad math.

laptop = 1CPU
G5 = 1 CPU
Intel = 2 CPUs (it is a dual core duo)
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#189 Aug 31 2007 at 9:23 AM Rating: Decent
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How is the score determined?


points = 110 * (daysPerWU)

where daysPerWU is the number of days it took to complete the unit.


So slower computers get higher scores? That doesn't sound right.
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PunkFloyd the Flatulent wrote:
Cooterbrown wrote:
PunkFloyd the Flatulent wrote:
How is the score determined?


points = 110 * (daysPerWU)

where daysPerWU is the number of days it took to complete the unit.


So slower computers get higher scores? That doesn't sound right.


Slower computers get higher scores per work unit, but complete less work units.
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#191 Aug 31 2007 at 9:29 AM Rating: Decent
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StubsOnAsura wrote:
PunkFloyd the Flatulent wrote:
Cooterbrown wrote:
PunkFloyd the Flatulent wrote:
How is the score determined?


points = 110 * (daysPerWU)

where daysPerWU is the number of days it took to complete the unit.


So slower computers get higher scores? That doesn't sound right.


Slower computers get higher scores per work unit, but complete less work units.


So we're being scored based on how hard we try, not how much work we get done.

K, I'm starting up my old PIII 600mhz tonight.
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#192 Aug 31 2007 at 9:59 AM Rating: Decent
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StubsOnAsura wrote:
PunkFloyd the Flatulent wrote:
Cooterbrown wrote:
PunkFloyd the Flatulent wrote:
How is the score determined?


points = 110 * (daysPerWU)

where daysPerWU is the number of days it took to complete the unit.


So slower computers get higher scores? That doesn't sound right.


Slower computers get higher scores per work unit, but complete less work units.


So we're being scored based on how hard we try, not how much work we get done.

K, I'm starting up my old PIII 600mhz tonight.


Stupid socialist system, how am I supposed to win now? Smiley: lol
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#193 Aug 31 2007 at 10:03 AM Rating: Decent
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Dana has 3 completed averaging over 1000 points each. His PC must be hella slow.
#194 Aug 31 2007 at 10:10 AM Rating: Good
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FAQ Scoring Answer

FAH FAQ wrote:
How do you decide how much credit a work unit is worth? How do you determine how many points a work unit is worth? Before putting out any new work unit, we benchmark it on a dedicated 2.8GHz Pentium 4 machine with SSE2 disabled (more specifically, as reported by /proc/cpuinfo on linux: vendor_id : GenuineIntel, cpu family : 15, model : 2, model name : Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.80GHz, stepping : 9, cpu MHz : 2806.438, cache size : 512 KB). This machine runs linux, so all WUs are benchmarked with the linux core.

We plug the results of this into the following formula:

points = 110 * (daysPerWU)

where daysPerWU is the number of days it took to complete the unit. This equation was chosen to match the points for previous Gromacs WUs to the previous point system. The upshot is that Tinker WUs will be worth more than before we set up the new points (i.e. before April 2004).

Please note that the very concept of a reference machine will mean that some WU benchmarking will vary from the performance on your machine. Even between P4s, there are significant differences in architectures over the years. Moreover, variations between FAH WUs can also lead to differences in benchmarking points.

Our goal is consistency within a given definition of a reference machine setup (described above), but beyond that the natural variation from machine to machine and WU to WU will never allow any point system to perfectly reflect what you get on your machine.
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#195 Aug 31 2007 at 11:11 AM Rating: Excellent
Add another one of the admins to this list. I've had family die of some of these diseases so it's going on two of my boxes. And a rate up or two from me...


And before I forget, I stickied it as well. Well done Kael. Well done.

Edited, Aug 31st 2007 12:12pm by Wordaen
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#196 Aug 31 2007 at 11:13 AM Rating: Decent
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Wordaen, Eater of Souls wrote:
And before I forget, I stickied it as well. Well done Kael. Well done.


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#197 Aug 31 2007 at 11:16 AM Rating: Decent
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Wordaen, Eater of Souls wrote:
Add another one of the admins to this list. I've had family die of some of these diseases so it's going on two of my boxes. And a rate up or two from me...


And before I forget, I stickied it as well. Well done Kael. Well done.


welcome to the fight.

woo hoo, i got da sticky for kaelesh thread.

Edited, Aug 31st 2007 9:19pm by Singdall
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#199 Aug 31 2007 at 11:45 AM Rating: Good
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Bumping the sticky.

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#200 Aug 31 2007 at 11:52 AM Rating: Decent
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Wow a sticky in the OOT.
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#201 Aug 31 2007 at 12:47 PM Rating: Decent
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roar, 48 users 54 CPUs, WTG all.
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