EM searches, BRP Raidiopulsar and FGRP Gamma-Ray Pulsar

Tom M
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firebringer11 wrote: My

firebringer11 wrote:

My computers should be visible now.

I'm running at 1x on the GPU.

The OS is OpenSUSE 15.4, using the amdgpu driver. clinfo shows the following:

 Device Name                                     gfx1010:xnack-
 Device Vendor                                   Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
 Device Vendor ID                                0x1002
 Device Version                                  OpenCL 2.0  
 Driver Version                                  3452.0 (HSA1.1,LC)
 Device OpenCL C Version                         OpenCL C 2.0  
 Device Type                                     GPU
 Device Board Name (AMD)                         AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT

The time yours gpu tasks are taking vary widely.

What percent of threads/CPU and percent of time for each CPU are you running.

An overcommitted CPU could be an issue.

I usually have 2-4 CPUs/threads not committed to boinc. While running 100 percent of my CPU time.

I also have boinc suspend if non-boinc tasks exceed some percent.

Hth,

Tom M

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firebringer11
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I'm running BOINC in a

I'm running BOINC in a virtual machine. The client is allowed 100% of the cores and CPU time, since the virtual machine already segments the resources I'm willing to commit to BOINC. The host is at about 50% CPU and RAM usage.

I never had any problems running the FGRPopencl1K-ati tasks using the same machine and settings.

Tom M
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firebringer11 wrote: I'm

firebringer11 wrote:

I'm running BOINC in a virtual machine. The client is allowed 100% of the cores and CPU time, since the virtual machine already segments the resources I'm willing to commit to BOINC. The host is at about 50% CPU and RAM usage.

I never had any problems running the FGRPopencl1K-ati tasks using the same machine and settings.

I am sorry I have no further ideas.  Probably going back to the FGRPopencl1K-ati is the best idea.

Tom M

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mikey
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firebringer11 wrote:I'm

firebringer11 wrote:

I'm running BOINC in a virtual machine. The client is allowed 100% of the cores and CPU time, since the virtual machine already segments the resources I'm willing to commit to BOINC. The host is at about 50% CPU and RAM usage.

I never had any problems running the FGRPopencl1K-ati tasks using the same machine and settings. 

What other Boinc cpu Projects are you running and how many Einstein cpu tasks are you running, it sounds like the cpu is busy doing something else and when you force it to recognize Einstein again it says 'oh yeah I remember what I'm supposed to be doing'. Remember too Einstein always reserves a full cpu core just for the gpu to use are you by chance bypassing that? How many gpu tasks are you running at the same time?

As far as not having trouble running the GRP tasks remember each type of task is different and has different variables and parameters when they make them. So that's a bit like me saying I can run Universe tasks why can't I run LHC tasks...because they are VERY VERY different not counting that they are from different Projects.

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mikey wrote: What other

mikey wrote:

What other Boinc cpu Projects are you running.....

Look into his BOINCstats listing and you'll see that he's running 5 of 9 Projects.

George

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mikey
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GWGeorge007 wrote: mikey

GWGeorge007 wrote:

mikey wrote:

What other Boinc cpu Projects are you running.....

Look into his BOINCstats listing and you'll see that he's running 5 of 9 Projects.

That could be the problem then

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FGRPB1G: Tasks to send –

FGRPB1G: Tasks to send – 0

Are we running out of FGRPB1G tasks now?

Ian&Steve C.
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Yes. Switch the BRP7

Yes. Switch to BRP7

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Peter Hucker
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There seems to be a lot of

There seems to be a lot of FGRP5 (CPUs?) to do.  Can this not be moved over to graphics cards?

Gary Roberts
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TRAPPIST-713 wrote:Are we

TRAPPIST-713 wrote:
Are we running out of FGRPB1G tasks now?

The most recent information about this is here.

Cheers,
Gary.

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