Work done per OS?

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Is there any statistics about work done per OS like in folding@home case:
http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.py?qtype=osstats
?

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Work done per OS?

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Is there any statistics about work done per OS like in folding@home case:
http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.py?qtype=osstats
?

Hi!

This page on Boincstats.com is the closest that I know of, unfortunately there is no means to aggregate the different versions of Windows so you'll have to do some calculating yourself.

CU
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RE: RE: Is there any

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Is there any statistics about work done per OS like in folding@home case:
http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.py?qtype=osstats
?

Hi!

This page on Boincstats.com is the closest that I know of, unfortunately there is no means to aggregate the different versions of Windows so you'll have to do some calculating yourself.

CU
Bikeman


I see no Solaris. That is why I overwrote with Linux the Solaris I found installed on my SUN WS. But Linux kept intact the diagnostic partition.
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RE: RE: RE: Is there

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Is there any statistics about work done per OS like in folding@home case:
http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.py?qtype=osstats
?

Hi!

This page on Boincstats.com is the closest that I know of, unfortunately there is no means to aggregate the different versions of Windows so you'll have to do some calculating yourself.

CU
Bikeman


I see no Solaris. That is why I overwrote with Linux the Solaris I found installed on my SUN WS. But Linux kept intact the diagnostic partition.
Tullio

Actually, I think that what's listed as "SunOS" is Solaris.

What surprises me though, is that there are Irix machines listed. When did an S5R3 app get released for Irix OS and MIPS processors?

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RE: RE: RE: RE: Is

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Is there any statistics about work done per OS like in folding@home case:
http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.py?qtype=osstats
?

Hi!

This page on Boincstats.com is the closest that I know of, unfortunately there is no means to aggregate the different versions of Windows so you'll have to do some calculating yourself.

CU
Bikeman


I see no Solaris. That is why I overwrote with Linux the Solaris I found installed on my SUN WS. But Linux kept intact the diagnostic partition.
Tullio

Actually, I think that what's listed as "SunOS" is Solaris.

What surprises me though, is that there are Irix machines listed. When did an S5R3 app get released for Irix OS and MIPS processors?

That must have been an experimental / homegrown version. Also note that this is an "all time" statistic that covers all the experiments on E@H right from the beginning of the project, not just S5R3. There definitely was some experimental IRIS version for earlier runs.

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RE: Actually, I think that

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Actually, I think that what's listed as "SunOS" is Solaris.

What surprises me though, is that there are Irix machines listed. When did an S5R3 app get released for Irix OS and MIPS processors?


No, SunOS was installed on Sparc WS and preceded Solaris.

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Thank you for the info!

Thank you for the info!

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