CUDA App einsteinbinary 1.10 for Linux available for Beta Test

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RE: After some connection

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After some connection problems again I managed now to get BOINC 6.6.41 work
including CUDA for Intel Core i7, GeForce GTX 260, driver 185.18.36
(the mashine already mentioned above) - hopefully with useful results now ;o)


Your rig is very similar to mine (i7 + GTX260, 32bit Lenny w. PAE kernel), maybe i should give CUDA another try, will test 6.6.41 and 185.18.36 later then.

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Hi all, is it possible to

Hi all,

is it possible to run S6 application alongside CUDA with the app_info provided in the linux beta tar?

If not, can you tell me what to modify?

Michael

edit: S6 application means: "Hierarchical S5 all-sky GW search #6"

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RE: Hi all, is it possible

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Hi all,

is it possible to run S6 application alongside CUDA with the app_info provided in the linux beta tar?

If not, can you tell me what to modify?

Michael

edit: S6 application means: "Hierarchical S5 all-sky GW search #6"

Hi!

Sure, this app.xml should do (I assume you've already run out of S5R5 jobs)

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einstein_S5R6

einstein_S5R5_1.06_i686-pc-linux-gnu

einstein_S5R5_1.06_i686-pc-linux-gnu_0

einstein_S5R5_1.06_i686-pc-linux-gnu_1

einstein_S5R5_1.06_i686-pc-linux-gnu_2

einstein_S5R5_1.06_graphics_i686-pc-linux-gnu

einsteinbinary_ABP1

einsteinbinary_ABP1_1.10_graphics_i686-pc-linux-gnu

einsteinbinary_ABP1_1.10_i686-pc-linux-gnu_cuda

libcudart.so.2

libcufft.so.2

einstein_S5R6
101
6.3.0

einstein_S5R5_1.06_i686-pc-linux-gnu



einstein_S5R5_1.06_i686-pc-linux-gnu_0


einstein_S5R5_1.06_i686-pc-linux-gnu_1


einstein_S5R5_1.06_i686-pc-linux-gnu_2


einstein_S5R5_1.06_graphics_i686-pc-linux-gnu
graphics_app

einsteinbinary_ABP1
107
cuda
3000000000.0
1.0
1.0

CUDA
1

6.7.0

einsteinbinary_ABP1_1.10_i686-pc-linux-gnu_cuda



einsteinbinary_ABP1_1.10_graphics_i686-pc-linux-gnu
graphics_app


libcudart.so.2


libcufft.so.2

einsteinbinary_ABP1
109
cuda
3000000000.0
1.0
1.0

CUDA
1

6.7.0

einsteinbinary_ABP1_1.10_i686-pc-linux-gnu_cuda



einsteinbinary_ABP1_1.10_graphics_i686-pc-linux-gnu
graphics_app


libcudart.so.2


libcufft.so.2

einsteinbinary_ABP1
110
cuda
3000000000.0
1.0
1.0

CUDA
1

6.7.0

einsteinbinary_ABP1_1.10_i686-pc-linux-gnu_cuda



einsteinbinary_ABP1_1.10_graphics_i686-pc-linux-gnu
graphics_app


libcudart.so.2


libcufft.so.2

The rationale for the additional tag (which is unrelated to the S5R6 change) is stated here: http://einsteinathome.org/node/194499&nowrap=true#99856.

Hope this works for you, please let us know.

Bikeman

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Hi Bikeman, sure, all S5R5

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Hi Bikeman,

sure, all S5R5 jobs are long gone. Thanks for posting app_info, never did this before, because it was never really necessary.

Tried CUDA app. (again) without app_info, because your post was a little late.

I still get the same error messages, I posted last time. (BOINC 6.6.41; NVIDIA 190.42). GPUGRID is not working too. I suspect the card itself might be broken (fan does not speed up, only while booting) or the OS (Suse 11.1 seems to have a problem, read that on GPUGRID boards)

So no CUDA for me ATM :(

Michael

PS [edit] I read somewhere (NVIDIA rel.-notes?), that it is possible to adjust fan speed using NVIDIA GUI, if Cooolbits is enabled. But I did not find it.

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Hi!

Sure, this app.xml should do (I assume you've already run out of S5R5 jobs)

Quote:

--snip--

The rationale for the additional tag (which is unrelated to the S5R6 change) is stated here: http://einsteinathome.org/node/194499&nowrap=true#99856.

Hope this works for you, please let us know.

Bikeman

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RE: PS [edit] I read

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PS [edit] I read somewhere (NVIDIA rel.-notes?), that it is possible to adjust fan speed using NVIDIA GUI, if Cooolbits is enabled. But I did not find it.


Maybe this will help. I didn't try it myself, because my card doesn't support cuda:
http://aldeby.org/blog/index.php/enable-nvidia-coolbits-frequency-tuner.html

Edit: Another link:
http://www.linuxhardware.org/nvclock/

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As for CUDA app and 190

As for CUDA app and 190 drivers, you might want to try the latest 6.10.x Boinc version.

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Michael Karlinsky
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Hi all. RE: Maybe

Hi all.

Quote:

Maybe this will help. I didn't try it myself, because my card doesn't support cuda:
http://aldeby.org/blog/index.php/enable-nvidia-coolbits-frequency-tuner.html

Edit: Another link:
http://www.linuxhardware.org/nvclock/

Thanks, but I thought it is possible via NVIDIA GUI. Overclocking options are available, but nothing about fans.

Its buried in NVIDIA release-notes:

"Added support for configuring the GPU's fan speed; see the "Coolbits" X configuration option in the README."

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As for CUDA app and 190 drivers, you might want to try the latest 6.10.x Boinc version.

I will give it a try, next time I have physical access to the machine in question.

Michael

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Are the 1.91 drivers

Are the 1.91 drivers available for linux yet? They fixed several CUDA issues on my windows box.

Michael Karlinsky
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RE: Are the 1.91 drivers

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Are the 1.91 drivers available for linux yet? They fixed several CUDA issues on my windows box.

Hi Dan,

no.

You can check NVIDIA site.

Michael

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What's the latest

What's the latest developments for this?

... beta test App package (S5R5 1.06 / ABP1 1.10 CUDA)

Is it under further development?
Working well?
Or still very much 'experimental'? And more debug results wanted?

Happy crunchin',
Martin

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