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Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2007 11:45 pm
by RodEllery
Ths is nw loking good. Validator finally gave me 2.2k  Credits today. Hope this means rapid credits in future.....

Posted: Mon Sep 17, 2007 12:08 am
by Timby
Mmm any of you chaps running this project on Linux 64bit?
I only ask as I joined the project tonight to boost our output a bit and the first WU fell over straight away, I have set it to no new work for now untill I can find out why?
If Yoyo is looking the WU ID is 26812
My ID is 1670  looks like there are 5 client errors at the moment?

Mark

Posted: Mon Sep 17, 2007 7:09 am
by UBT - Mikee
Just had a look around. As far as I can see none of the members are using Linux. Looking further, there are a few Linux users that are working this guy from Rechenkraft.net for instance. Whilst looking I did see that a few Linux users had errors.

Doesn't help you much other than knowing that other people have got it to work. May depend on which distro you have I suppose.

Posted: Mon Sep 17, 2007 7:29 am
by Timby
Thanks Mikee for your input, I did see that there were a few Linux users but as you quite rightly say not sure which distro they are running?
I did try one more WU which failed as soon as it ran so I will sit tight for the moment and see if Yoyo can shed any light on the problem if he reads this post?
In the meantime lets crack on with a few more ABC's

Mark

Posted: Mon Sep 17, 2007 8:28 pm
by yoyo
Timby wrote:Mmm any of you chaps running this project on Linux 64bit?
I only ask as I joined the project tonight to boost our output a bit and the first WU fell over straight away, I have set it to no new work for now untill I can find out why?
If Yoyo is looking the WU ID is 26812
My ID is 1670  looks like there are 5 client errors at the moment?

Mark
Hi Timby,
I see that your error for wu 26812 is a different than the 4 other errors. You have an execve error. It looks like the wrapper can not start the cruncher.

First of all reset the project and try again.

If this doesn't help, download one wu and check if cruncher* and wrapper* have execute rights in projects/www.rechenkraft.net_yoyo. Than try the following:
- create a new directory
- cp wrapper* cruncher* new_dir/
- cp job* new_dir/job.xml
- cp ogr_*_0 new_dir/in.ogf
- start in new_dir the wrapper

Send me all std* files.

yoyo

Posted: Sun Sep 30, 2007 10:11 pm
by UBT - Mikee
Well done everyone who participated in our aim to regain UK #1 position.

A great team effort by all concerned.

How long will we keep it? That depends on how much of a buffer we want, who wants to carry on or join and, of course, how much Steve at BUK has 'in the bank'!

Anyone who wants to get back to their normal projects can do so with no fear of retribution or telling off!

If anyone missed the fun you can still join us! It's an active project with instant, fairly generous, credits. WUs running around 1 to 4 hours on a newish spec PC.

Once again, my personal thanks to everyone.

No 'Hobnobs' I'm afraid.

Carrots anyone?

Mike

Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 6:25 pm
by UBT - Halifax-lad
Just got a yoyo wu at the moment, look like will take around 8hrs on my PC

Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 7:10 pm
by UBT - Mikee
Ah - the wanderer returns! Welcome back.

Depends which type you've got.

OGRs go up in 12.5% steps. So once it's got to 12.5% multiply the time taken by 8 to get a rough estimate.

EVOs are shorter and the percentage and timer are fairly accurate.

Tough project to get restarted on, thought you would have gone for something easier!

Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 7:22 pm
by UBT - Halifax-lad
UBT - Mikee wrote:Tough project to get restarted on, thought you would have gone for something easier!
Since when have I ever done anything the easy way :lol:  Got some DepSpid working at moment too

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 2:48 am
by NaRyan
Running YoYo for a few days while Bob (TSP server), moves home.
I'm sure sure a few extra credits will help a ikkle bit...

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 7:22 am
by UBT - Mikee
Thought you gave up 'cos Eric was beating you!

We're over 500,000 behind so it certainly will help!

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 12:01 pm
by Sir Cracked of the Mind
I shall leave mine running, it's not a lot yet but it alll helps

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 7:02 pm
by UBT - Halifax-lad
1st result in and validated got 310 credits doesnt seem all too bad

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 10:05 pm
by UBT - Mikee
UBT - Halifax--lad wrote:1st result in and validated got 310 credits doesnt seem all too bad
Good one!

Them Depspids take their time don't they!

Posted: Tue Jan 15, 2008 5:48 am
by NaRyan
Yoyo starts back at 0% if you have to restart the poota?

Posted: Tue Jan 15, 2008 7:15 am
by UBT - Mikee
NaRyan wrote:Yoyo starts back at 0% if you have to restart the poota?
It shows 0% but actually restarts from the last checkpoint.

Posted: Tue Jan 15, 2008 10:00 am
by UBT - mickyb69
Nooooooooooo so when you get to 80% then restart at 0 your still at 80
oh pooooooooooooop . :shock:

Posted: Tue Jan 15, 2008 5:57 pm
by UBT - Mikee
UBT - mickyb69 wrote:Nooooooooooo so when you get to 80% then restart at 0 your still at 80
oh pooooooooooooop . :shock:
What's wrong with that? You've done 80%, you've just got 20% to go but it will read 0% up 100% of that 20... sort of thing

Posted: Tue Jan 15, 2008 7:04 pm
by NaRyan
Mine go way past 100%  :?
Also are the OGR workunits the ones that only show status every 12.5%?
The one on my AMD X2 4200+ is still at 0% after 90 minutes.

Posted: Tue Jan 15, 2008 7:49 pm
by UBT - mickyb69
UBT - Mikee wrote:
UBT - mickyb69 wrote:Nooooooooooo so when you get to 80% then restart at 0 your still at 80
oh pooooooooooooop . :shock:
What's wrong with that? You've done 80%, you've just got 20% to go but it will read 0% up 100% of that 20... sort of thing
cuss i tryed a few and they kept going back to 0% so i ditched them  :cry:  :cry: all them wasted credits  :D