Crunch Time S5 Workunits

[B@H] Ray
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RE: RE: boooah!!! this

Message 38125 in response to message 38123

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boooah!!! this new client is sooo ssslllooowww. :((
nothing for me atm :(

Sorry Norman,

I'm not understand you. What's the matter for you? Credit or help to science?


How about both?


Try the Pizza@Home project, good crunching.

Rafael Cesare Valente "CrackBoy"
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RE: RE: boooah!!! this

Message 38126 in response to message 38123

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boooah!!! this new client is sooo ssslllooowww. :((
nothing for me atm :(

Sorry Norman,

I'm not understand you. What's the matter for you? Credit or help to science?

I think everyone recruit itself to help the science, but I'm waiting for the Akos Optimized Client for S5 Run... Then we'll be able to crunch faster to help the S5 finish faster right?

best Regards,

Stan Pleban
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13 + hrs for S5 unit , I am

13 + hrs for S5 unit , I am staying with the Trux in 5.2.13, I believe it makes a difference in credits...I tried the 5.4.9 and noticed a significant reduction in Rosetta credits which I was using as a backup project when Einstein kept going down. Ah well, still enjoy the messing around with these apps..

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RE: RE: RE: boooah!!!

Message 38128 in response to message 38126

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boooah!!! this new client is sooo ssslllooowww. :((
nothing for me atm :(

Sorry Norman,

I'm not understand you. What's the matter for you? Credit or help to science?

I think everyone recruit itself to help the science, but I'm waiting for the Akos Optimized Client for S5 Run... Then we'll be able to crunch faster to help the S5 finish faster right?

best Regards,

Upto about 2x assuming he doesn't find any new tricks. He's consulting for the project now and the stock client's about 3x faster than before due to incorperating a number of his improvements.

Norman_RKN
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RE: RE: RE: boooah!!!

Message 38129 in response to message 38126

Quote:
Quote:
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boooah!!! this new client is sooo ssslllooowww. :((
nothing for me atm :(

Sorry Norman,

I'm not understand you. What's the matter for you? Credit or help to science?

I think everyone recruit itself to help the science, but I'm waiting for the Akos Optimized Client for S5 Run... Then we'll be able to crunch faster to help the S5 finish faster right?

best Regards,

me too ! energy isn´t cheap enough to run a client without not 100% cpu-optimised and used code.
i still waiting for the "akos-client".

credits ? I have no preference. faster progress is important and not stupid credits.

Pooh Bear 27
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RE: 13 + hrs for S5 unit ,

Message 38130 in response to message 38127

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13 + hrs for S5 unit , I am staying with the Trux in 5.2.13, I believe it makes a difference in credits...I tried the 5.4.9 and noticed a significant reduction in Rosetta credits which I was using as a backup project when Einstein kept going down. Ah well, still enjoy the messing around with these apps..


It won't make any difference in credits on Einstein, since the server is issuing the credits, now, not the client asking for the credits.

EclipseHA
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Got my first S5 on a

Got my first S5 on a AuthenticAMD AMD Athlon(tm) XP 2000+ running Linux (FC3) and it's got a completion time of 28 hours and change.

That's nothing when compared to the WU's from CPDN.

tullio
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RE: Got my first S5 on a

Message 38132 in response to message 38131

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Got my first S5 on a AuthenticAMD AMD Athlon(tm) XP 2000+ running Linux (FC3) and it's got a completion time of 28 hours and change.

That's nothing when compared to the WU's from CPDN.


But I am getting times of 11 hours on a 400 MHz Pentium II running SuSE Linux!
How can it be?
Tullio

Erik
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RE: RE: Got my first S5

Message 38133 in response to message 38132

Quote:
Quote:

Got my first S5 on a AuthenticAMD AMD Athlon(tm) XP 2000+ running Linux (FC3) and it's got a completion time of 28 hours and change.

That's nothing when compared to the WU's from CPDN.


But I am getting times of 11 hours on a 400 MHz Pentium II running SuSE Linux!
How can it be?
Tullio


Bruce Allen posted this about wunits:

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There are two types of workunits: short and long.

Perhaps this is why.

EclipseHA
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RE: RE: RE: Got my

Message 38134 in response to message 38133

Quote:
Quote:
Quote:

Got my first S5 on a AuthenticAMD AMD Athlon(tm) XP 2000+ running Linux (FC3) and it's got a completion time of 28 hours and change.

That's nothing when compared to the WU's from CPDN.


But I am getting times of 11 hours on a 400 MHz Pentium II running SuSE Linux!
How can it be?
Tullio

Bruce Allen posted this about wunits:
Quote:
There are two types of workunits: short and long.
Perhaps this is why.

Is there a way to determine if it's a "short or long"? Maybe something in the name? I'd guess this is a "long", as the same machine did S4 in the expected times.

Also, after about 1:40 of crunching, it's at 18.60% complete, so the time estimate might be way off...

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