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Discussion in 'Folding@Home - Join Team Guru3D !' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, May 5, 2007.

  1. kwak

    kwak Ancient Guru

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    the log file doesnt say anything about it, thats the strange part. the only logs in it are dated may 8th, and the lappy restarted a WU today.
     
  2. Billabong

    Billabong Ancient Guru

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    Can you post your log from FAHLog and FAHLog Prev in code tags?? I'd like to take a look. :)
     
  3. kwak

    kwak Ancient Guru

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    thanks for the offer, but i just reinstalled it to see if that would solve it, so i havent got the FAHlog anymore, and there was no FAHLog prev.
    what i remember though, was that it said that there was no work, downloaded a new unit, and the last the 40000 out of 8000000 steps completed thing. at the beginning it said the date(8 may), and that was about it, but i dont think that will be a lot of help.
     
  4. Billabong

    Billabong Ancient Guru

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    shame we don't know what WU it was, it could have just been a dodgy unit, if it happens again post the log, most error messages from hardware related failures have "cpu about to explode" in them, Stanford has quite the dry sense of humour.

    :D
     

  5. kwak

    kwak Ancient Guru

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    ill remember posting the log here, thanks for the effort.

    seems like i will be keeping an eye on the logs, i like the way those stanford guys explain errors.
     
  6. Billabong

    Billabong Ancient Guru

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    No worries mate, I'm always up for helping a fellow folder :)
     
  7. kwak

    kwak Ancient Guru

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    its doing the same thing again. the unit is still working, but the log doesnt show anything. i reinstalled may 24th and have had it running every day for at least a few hours, and this is what the log looks like;

     
  8. Finchwizard

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    It does take a long time to complete a job that big.

    Running it a couple of hours won't be enough, the job will probably take a couple of days SOLID work.
     
  9. kwak

    kwak Ancient Guru

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    i realise that, but on my normal computer, every time i start up the folding client, i get an entry in the log about the state of the unit, and i noticed i dont have that on the laptop.
     
  10. Billabong

    Billabong Ancient Guru

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    Have a look at the pic I posted back up there ^

    A 3404 takes about 72 hours full time folding (on my Northy 3.2), if you are shutting down before it completes a step then every time you reopen it it runs the last step from the checkpoint, you may get stuck in a "loop" of verifying the checkpoint, shut down, verify etc, try leaving it on for half a day and see if there is any change.

    Here's my log for the same unit, see the two step 5's, also note the WU takes ~ 41 minutes per step. The times where it takes approx 75 minutes per step would be when I'm multi tasking (gaming :) ) so if you are multi tasking as well as folding during your couple of hours on then there may just be too few cpu cycles to complete a step, did you set the cpu to 100% at idle when you set up the client??

    You may wish to try the console client as opposed to the graphical client, it uses less resources.

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    --- Opening Log file [May 17 06:55:09] 
    
    
    # Windows Console Edition #####################################################
    ###############################################################################
    
                           Folding@Home Client Version 5.04beta
    
                              http://folding.stanford.edu
    
    ###############################################################################
    ###############################################################################
    
    Launch directory: C:\Documents and Settings\Rob\My Documents\F@H2
    Executable: C:\Documents and Settings\Rob\My Documents\F@H2\FAH504-Console.exe
    Arguments: -advmethods 
    
    [06:55:09] - Ask before connecting: No
    [06:55:09] - User name: Billabong (Team 69411)
    [06:55:09] - User ID: 3AB2500330B9315C
    [06:55:09] - Machine ID: 2
    [06:55:09] 
    [06:55:10] Loaded queue successfully.
    [06:55:10] + Benchmarking ...
    [06:55:12] 
    [06:55:12] + Processing work unit
    [06:55:12] Core required: FahCore_78.exe
    
    
    [06:55:12] + Attempting to send results
    [06:55:12] Core found.
    [06:55:12] Working on Unit 06 [May 17 06:55:12]
    [06:55:12] + Working ...
    [06:55:12] 
    [06:55:12] *------------------------------*
    [06:55:12] Folding@Home Gromacs Core
    [06:55:12] Version 1.90 (March 8, 2006)
    [06:55:12] 
    [06:55:12] Preparing to commence simulation
    [06:55:12] - Looking at optimizations...
    [06:55:12] - Files status OK
    [06:55:13] - Expanded 399105 -> 2038389 (decompressed 510.7 percent)
    [06:55:13] 
    [06:55:13] Project: 3404 (Run 5, Clone 116, Gen 3)
    [06:55:13] 
    [06:55:13] Assembly optimizations on if available.
    [06:55:13] Entering M.D.
    [06:55:33] (Starting from checkpoint)
    [06:55:33] Protein: p3404_dpdp-ii TIP3P ff99
    [06:55:33] 
    [06:55:33] Writing local files
    [06:55:33] Completed 189410 out of 4000000 steps  (5)
    [06:55:33] Extra SSE boost OK.
    [06:56:06] + Results successfully sent
    [06:56:06] Thank you for your contribution to Folding@Home.
    [06:56:06] + Number of Units Completed: 40
    
    [07:08:01] Writing local files
    [07:08:01] Completed 200000 out of 4000000 steps  (5)
    [08:20:52] Writing local files
    [08:20:52] Completed 240000 out of 4000000 steps  (6)
    [09:35:12] Writing local files
    [09:35:12] Completed 280000 out of 4000000 steps  (7)
    [10:44:49] Writing local files
    [10:44:49] Completed 320000 out of 4000000 steps  (8)
    [11:24:20] Writing local files
    [11:24:20] Completed 360000 out of 4000000 steps  (9)
    [12:03:54] Writing local files
    [12:03:54] Completed 400000 out of 4000000 steps  (10)
    [12:43:29] Writing local files
    [12:43:29] Completed 440000 out of 4000000 steps  (11)
    [13:23:05] Writing local files
    [13:23:05] Completed 480000 out of 4000000 steps  (12)
     
    Last edited: May 27, 2007

  11. Chud Hammer

    Chud Hammer Member Guru

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    I quite like how the quest for protein knowledge has turned into friendly sudo competition, which can only be a good thing of course.
    I’m a climateprediction.net chap and folding@home never seemed to work for me in the past.
    Good job comrades!
     

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