Work production

Betreger
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A question I have concerning this project is has anyone seen an increase in production here since Seti has runout of work?

archae86
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Work production

You can go to Boincstats to see overview statistics on Einstein.

The graph at this link is, I think regenerated daily to show recent daily total Einstein credit awarded, and as of the moment I am posting seems to show an appreciable increase from about November 15, 2014 until now. But there was also a team challenge, and perhaps some other project transitions, and at Einstein there can be substantial increases and decreases when a large many-unit system at an academic site which does not do Einstein as permanent activity, switches to Einstein in some otherwise free time.

Ivailo Bonev
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You can see also on Server

You can see also on Server Status page, column Computing capacity for increased floating point speed of the project, but there is no graph. Before S@H turning off, it was around 1000-1100 TFLOPS.

Laurence
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As of right now, processing

As of right now, processing power is 1609 TFLOPS

Betreger
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RE: You can see also on

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You can see also on Server Status page, column Computing capacity for increased floating point speed of the project, but there is no graph. Before S@H turning off, it was around 1000-1100 TFLOPS.


This project as I suspected is really benefiting from the Seti woes.

E01902
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I joined because I saw it the

I joined because I saw it the project on tv recently. While the show was probably a repeat on a PBS channel, it was new to me and who knows how many more people saw it. Personally this is just a casual interest in science and computers to see if the old laptop could help out.

mikey
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RE: I joined because I saw

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I joined because I saw it the project on tv recently. While the show was probably a repeat on a PBS channel, it was new to me and who knows how many more people saw it. Personally this is just a casual interest in science and computers to see if the old laptop could help out.

ALOT of people star casually and stay that way, some of us start casually and then let it get out of hand! I now have 15 pc's running here at my house and crunch for several projects.

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