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PostPosted: Wed Apr 30, 2003 9:12 pm 
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I just picked up a WU that required a new core, Core_ca, and a 600 frame work unit, Unit 04. It is much more verbose than other cores and it appears to be actually attempting to design useful proteins. Neeto.


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ditto :D

EDIT: seems like this is G@H WU. bummer. i specifically said no roaches. :evil:

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 Post subject: I don't know on #1 and yes on #2
PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2003 6:51 am 
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Hello:

I think that the Genome@Home work unit vary in their speed, like the F@H. And yes, G@H WU's do count towards your/our F@H points! :)

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kack, that was a big hairball. 30 hours of computation, no points so far.


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I think I had 2 of those, 1 on each machine. 73 points worth :D

The downside: my second box just isn't getting all its results back. Currently on its 7th WU, units 3 & 5 were deleted, unit 6 still waiting in que (sic) to be reported. Its the 73 pointer, and I just can't get it uploaded.

fah3console -send all

results in

Microsoft Windows 98

arghh :(

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herosformula wrote:
kack, that was a big hairball. 30 hours of computation, no points so far.


same here. i dont see any points either :?

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riff wrote:
same here. i dont see any points either :?
Mine just got credited: in my case seems to have been a problem with their upload server. I had given up getting credit figuring I had a config problem, but seems their server came back up, my PC decided some kind of retry (in mid WU) and voila, +73 points!

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alright... i'll wait it out. but the thing is... i've got nothing to upload, whatever leftover WUs i had, i'm sure the client shoved it straight up the server's... er, where the sun dont shine.

this was after the G@H WU:

Code:
[16:55:25] Sending work to server
[16:55:25] + Attempting to send results
[16:55:25] - Reading file work/wuresults_07.dat from core
[16:55:25]   (Read 215342 bytes from disk)
[16:55:59] + Results successfully sent
[16:55:59] Thank you for your contribution to Folding@home.
[16:55:59] + Number of Units Completed: 27
[16:56:03] Trying to send all finished work units
[16:56:03] + Sent 0 completed units to the server


after that completed, i took on a gromacs WU, and i completed it:

Code:
[09:18:05] + Attempting to send results
[09:18:05] - Reading file work/wuresults_08.dat from core
[09:18:05]   (Read 1069068 bytes from disk)
[09:25:12] + Results successfully sent
[09:25:12] Thank you for your contribution to Folding@home.
[09:25:12] + Number of Units Completed: 28
[09:25:16] Trying to send all finished work units
[09:25:16] + Sent 0 completed units to the server


stats show me as only 27 WU completed. (as of now), and it was 26 before this gromacs core. i think i've lost my G@H WU points *tear*

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I have the same, the stats only reflect the folding@home work units and folding@home points. I will be dumping any future genome@home work units that come my way until they can fix the points problem.


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IM NOT GIVING UP!!! i want my 73points!

this is how it started:

Code:
[04:05:13] + Attempting to get work packet
[04:05:13] - Connecting to assignment server
[04:05:15] - Successful: assigned to (171.64.122.107).
[04:05:15] + News From Folding@Home: Welcome to Folding@Home
[04:05:16] Loaded queue successfully.
[04:05:17] - Deadline time not received.
[04:05:17] - Receiving payload (expected size: 48482)
[04:05:22] + Received work.
[04:05:22] + Closed connections
[04:05:22]
[04:05:22] + Processing work unit
[04:05:22] Core required: FahCore_ca.exe
[04:05:22] Core not found.
[04:05:22] - Core is not present or corrupted.
[04:05:22] - Attempting to download new core...
[04:05:22] + Downloading new core: FahCore_ca.exe


after the core was downloaded:

Code:
[04:06:04] Verifying core Core_ca.fah...
[04:06:04] Signature is VALID
[04:06:04] Created: Wednesday April 10, 2002 00:01:22 UTC
[04:06:04] Signed: Monday March 3, 2003 00:18:15 UTC
[04:06:04]
[04:06:04] Trying to unzip core FahCore_ca.exe
[04:06:05] Decompressed FahCore_ca.exe (1466368 bytes) successfully
[04:06:05] + Core successfully engaged
[04:06:10]
[04:06:10] + Processing work unit
[04:06:10] Core required: FahCore_ca.exe
[04:06:10] Core found.
[04:06:10] Working on Unit 07 [May 1 04:06:10]
[04:06:10] + Working ...
[04:06:10] - Calling 'FahCore_ca.exe -dir work/ -suffix 07 -lifeline 408
[04:06:10] Folding@home Protein Design Core Version 2.06 (Feb 25, 2003)
[04:06:10]
[04:06:10] Proj: work/wudata_07
[04:06:10] Finding work files
[04:06:10] sizeof(CORE_PACKET_HDR) = 512
[04:06:10] Checking frame files
[04:06:10] - Couldn't open work/wudata_07.chk
[04:06:10] Starting from initial work packet
[04:06:10]
[04:06:10] Updating shared core-client information
[04:06:10] - Writing "work/wudata_07.key": (overwrite)successful.
[04:06:11] Key file to update shared file: work/wudata_07.key
[04:06:11]  keyfile: 0 126 200 15 2 1 0
[04:06:11] Protein: Des2/pdb1qu9.21.spa
[04:06:11] - Frames Completed: 0, Remaining: 600
[04:06:11] - Dynamic steps required: 120000
[04:06:11]
[04:06:11] Printed current.prm
[04:06:11] Writing local files:
[04:06:11] - Writing "work/wudata_07.key": (overwrite)successful.
[04:06:11] - Writing "work/wudata_07.xyz": (overwrite)successful.
[04:06:11] - Writing "work/wudata_07.prm": (overwrite)successful.
[04:06:12] Starting design engine


so... the protein is Des2/pdb1qu9.21.spa :!: , and there was no expiry date. i smell something funny.

dukla2000, where did you see the 73points?

also.. the WU was downloaded from 171.64.122.107, which isn't listed here: http://folding.stanford.edu/psummaryC.html

or here: http://folding.stanford.edu/psummaryB.html

or here: http://folding.stanford.edu/psummary.html

i looked up only F@H servers because of this:
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[04:05:13] - Connecting to assignment server
[04:05:15] - Successful: assigned to (171.64.122.107).
[04:05:15] + News From Folding@Home: Welcome to Folding@Home


somebody... HALP!!!!

EDIT: i remember electron microscope reporting it as 759. my memory's a bit flaky... but '9' is definitely the last digit.

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That IP is assigned to a SUN-5 workstation in room 115 of Pine Hall. Anyone that goes to Stanford want to kick it a couple of times for Riff and I?


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dukla2000, where did you see the 73points?
In Electron Microscope. (And then on my total). ps - looking at the logs my problem was different to yours: I couldn't send results for 18 hours. You did, but they got lost.


Mine was wierd: I took the PC down to play with the ducting - it was halfway through WU 7 (and WU 6 was my biggy) - see log below. And in italics at the bottom is when I was trying to force it 18 hours earlier!

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[15:52:17] Completed 385000 out of 500000 steps (77)


--- Opening Log file [May 3 16:27:28]


# Windows Console Edition
...
Folding@home Client Version 3.24

http://foldingathome.stanford.edu
email:help@foldingathome.stanford.edu

...
Arguments: -local -advmethods -forceasm

[16:27:28] - Ask before connecting: No
[16:27:28] - Use IE connection settings: Yes
[16:27:28] - User name: Dukla2000 (Team 31574)
[16:27:28] - User ID = 55B302820D53F25D
[16:27:28] - Machine ID: 1
[16:27:28]
[16:27:28] Loaded queue successfully.
[16:27:28] + Benchmarking ...
[16:27:31]
[16:27:31] + Processing work unit
[16:27:31] Core required: FahCore_78.exe
[16:27:31] Core found.


[16:27:31] + Attempting to send results
[16:27:31] Working on Unit 07 [May 3 16:27:31]
[16:27:31] + Working ...
[16:27:33]
[16:27:33] *------------------------------*
[16:27:33] Folding@home Gromacs Core
[16:27:33] Version 1.45 (April 21, 2003)
[16:27:33]
[16:27:33] Preparing to commence simulation
[16:27:33] - Ensuring status. Please wait.
[16:27:50] - Assembly optimizations manually forced on.
[16:27:50] - Not checking prior termination.
[16:27:50] - Go method
[16:27:50] - Expanded 407251 -> 2494625 (decompressed 612.5 percent)
[16:27:50]
[16:27:50] Project: 540 (Run 261, Clone 4, Gen 3)
[16:27:50]
[16:27:50] Assembly optimizations on if available.
[16:27:50] Entering M.D.
[16:28:06] + Results successfully sent
[16:28:06] Thank you for your contribution to Folding@home.
[16:28:06] + Number of Units Completed: 4

[16:28:38] (Starting from checkpoint)
[16:28:38] Protein: p540_BBA5_N in water
[16:28:38]
[16:28:38] Writing local files
[16:28:38] Completed 385000 out of 500000 steps (77)

Last night (16 hours earlier)

Arguments: -send 6

[22:49:14] - Ask before connecting: No
[22:49:14] - Use IE connection settings: Yes
[22:49:14] - User name: Dukla2000 (Team 31574)
[22:49:14] - User ID = 55B302820D53F25D
[22:49:14] - Machine ID: 1
[22:49:14]
[22:49:14] Loaded queue successfully.
[22:49:14] + Benchmarking ...
[22:49:18] Attempting to return result(s) to server...


[22:49:18] + Attempting to send results
then it would just do nothing - I cancelled out after 5 mins, maybe I should have waited 18 hours?


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herosformula wrote:
That IP is assigned to a SUN-5 workstation in room 115 of Pine Hall. Anyone that goes to Stanford want to kick it a couple of times for Riff and I?
its almost scary how you know that... but i was a bit relieved when i realised i had neotrace too :P

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Anyone that goes to Stanford want to kick it a couple of times for Riff and I?
$5 to the first person who does.

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dukla2000 wrote:
I couldn't send results for 18 hours. You did, but they got lost
i almost feel murderous. i put in the cpu time, and i demand my 73points! :evil:


i always do a "-send all" after every WU completes, just to be sure.

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