2 sbc's not getting work

Jim Whitaker
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Topic 220842

Today I moved 5 arm based machines from seti@home to this project.  3 of the machines received work but two didn't.  All 5 worked with seti@home.  Here is the log from one of them, any help much appreciated.

 

2020-03-03 05:34:24.4694 [PID=10455]   Request: [USER#xxxxx] [HOST#12809539] [IP xxx.xxx.xxx.79] client 7.6.33
2020-03-03 05:34:24.5881 [PID=10455] [debug]   [HOST#12809539] Initializing max_results_day to 32
2020-03-03 05:34:24.5881 [PID=10455] [debug]   [HOST#12809539] Resetting nresults_today
2020-03-03 05:34:24.5881 [PID=10455] [CRITICAL]   [HOST#12809539] platform 'aarch64-unknown-linux-gnu' not found
2020-03-03 05:34:24.5892 [PID=10455] [debug]   [HOST#12809539] MSG( low) platform 'aarch64-unknown-linux-gnu' not found
2020-03-03 05:34:24.5892 [PID=10455]    Sending reply to [HOST#12809539]: 0 results, delay req 86400.00
2020-03-03 05:34:24.5893 [PID=10455]    Scheduler ran 0.124 seconds

 

 

 

PorkyPies
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The project doesn’t have

The project doesn’t have aarch64 apps. If these are Raspberry Pi’s then you can run the standard armhf app, just turn off 64 bit mode.

Jim Whitaker
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Thanks I can find the Ubuntu

Thanks I can find the Ubuntu based OS for both of them will that be helpful perhaps?

PorkyPies
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There is a volunteer created

If it’s a 32 bit Ubuntu then that might work.

There are volunteer created aarch64 apps for the BRP4 work and others if you are willing to use the anonymous platform mechanism. Contact N30DG-ARM to get a copy.

See https://einsteinathome.org/content/parallella-raspberry-pi-fpga-all-stuff?page=105 which I would suggest you start at the end of, it’s rather a long message thread.

Gary Roberts
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Hi Jim, welcome to

Hi Jim, welcome to Einstein!

This is a message posted by N30DG-ARM late last year.  Seems like a good place to start.  If the link doesn't take you to the correct message, it's dated 9 Nov 2019, message number 174272.

I see there is also a comment there about the newer gamma-ray pulsar app (GRP) as well as the older binary radio pulsar (BRP) app.  I know nothing about your type of hardware so don't know if that is relevant.  Unfortunately the GRP app needs a lot of memory per instance.  I only mention it because that search is probably of much more interest to the project these days :-).

Hope everything goes well for you and you find an acceptable solution.

Cheers,
Gary.

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