Parallella, Raspberry Pi, FPGA & All That Stuff

Gandolph1
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Not seeing anything unusual

Not seeing anything unusual on my Pi 4 or 5.  I have one error on my Pi 5 and it occurred while I was playing around with over-clock settings so I was kinda expecting it...  Are you overclocking them, if so try going back to the standard settings with no overclock.

 

Gandolph1
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Gandolph1 wrote: Not seeing

Gandolph1 wrote:

Not seeing anything unusual on my Pi 4 or 5.  I have one error on my Pi 5 and it occurred while I was playing around with over-clock settings so I was kinda expecting it...  Are you overclocking them, if so try going back to the standard settings with no overclock.

 

Sorry,

After digging in further I do see some of my tasks reporting inconclusive....  Not sure why.

 

the.jazz
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yeah my raspberry pi 4b+ is

yeah my raspberry pi 4b+ is running on dietpi and is overclocked to 2.3ghz and doesn't seem to produce as many bad results but its not running 24/7 like the other two i have. The the 3b+ and raspberry pi 5 are on regular pi os and aren't overclocked. its just weird just seems pointless that a chunk of the tasks wont go anywhere.

 

while my Gaming PC runs boinc at 90% for boinc is pumping out results with success like crazy.

I'm not sure if this has anything to do with the recent boinc update or has always been like this i just only checked in on the tasks on the machines running Einstein recently and felt disgusted with the amount of negative results my 3b+and pi 5 was spitting out.

mikey
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the.jazz wrote: yeah my

the.jazz wrote:

yeah my raspberry pi 4b+ is running on dietpi and is overclocked to 2.3ghz and doesn't seem to produce as many bad results but its not running 24/7 like the other two i have. The the 3b+ and raspberry pi 5 are on regular pi os and aren't overclocked. its just weird just seems pointless that a chunk of the tasks wont go anywhere.

 

while my Gaming PC runs boinc at 90% for boinc is pumping out results with success like crazy.

I'm not sure if this has anything to do with the recent boinc update or has always been like this i just only checked in on the tasks on the machines running Einstein recently and felt disgusted with the amount of negative results my 3b+and pi 5 was spitting out. 

If you unhide your pc's someone could look at the files and see if there is something wrong

the.jazz
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i Just activated that now

i Just activated that now

Keith Myers
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I don't see anything out of

I don't see anything out of the ordinary.  Just the nature of the beast with Pi hardware.

You have a fair chance with being paired with wingmen with different platform hardware which leads to higher counts of invalid or inconclusive tasks.

Been that way since the dawn of the aarch apps as far as I can remember.  Overall, still below the typical project threshold of less than 5% error or inconclusive rate.

I've been running Pi's and Nvidia ARM hardware since the beginning of the apps here.

 

the.jazz
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oh that's good to know then,

oh that's good to know then, if that's the best I'll be able to do then i have stop being disgusted about it haha

i wonder if adding the 27watt power supply to the raspberry pi 5 instead of the raspberry pi 4 power supply will improve the crunching of tasks as in Australia we couldn't get the official power supply until it got approved for use in the country. i'll test tomorrow.

 

thanks for help

Keith Myers
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Yes, there is a difference in

Yes, there is a difference in the math intrinsics on the aarch platform compared to x86-64 it seems from what I have observed and others comments.

 

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