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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2009 2:46 pm 
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FAH has run in the background on my PC for literally years without me having to do anything at all. But I am building a new machine and so will need to monitor FAH to verify that my machine is stable.

What FAH Monitors are folks using these days? Back in my day it was Electron Microscope III.

I don't know if it matters but I will be running one SMP client and one GPU2 client.

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I use FahMon, runs on both linux, windows and OS X and works with GPUv2 and SMP as well as the standard client. It can also monitor any number of clients at once, as long as it can read the working dirs (over the network is fine). It can also export a web app and/or text file so that you can see what's going on from elsewhere if you have a web server running.


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My old Northwood system is doing a whopping 120 PPD. Almost 8 days to do one 905 pt Gromacs.

FahMon looks like a nice app. Nice small footprint even on my old system.

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Yeah, my AthlonXP chugs along at ~180ppd on those WUs when I'm not using it for anything else. Take that into account and the fact that it's not on 24/7 it's more like 50. Soon getting a whole new computer though...


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i liked fahspy.

but it appears dead now. :(


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haysdb wrote:
My old Northwood system is doing a whopping 120 PPD. Almost 8 days to do one 905 pt Gromacs.

My new system is, at the moment according to FahMon, doing 10261.62 PPD. That's 85 times more points per day.

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