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21) Message boards : News : Server and network maintenance (Message 4794)
Posted 19 Feb 2016 by [TA]Assimilator1
Thanks for heads up, but what will the effect be?

No WUs? No webpage? Both & more? ;)
22) Message boards : Cafe : Asteroid detection and prevention (Message 4544)
Posted 27 Jun 2015 by [TA]Assimilator1
Don't know why you're asking in this thread.....
Look in the news section, if you don't find your answer then post there instead :)
23) Message boards : Cafe : Asteroid detection and prevention (Message 4368)
Posted 9 Apr 2015 by [TA]Assimilator1
Interesting reading :).
24) Message boards : News : Server maintenance (Message 3556)
Posted 18 Aug 2014 by [TA]Assimilator1
My Machine has 4 cores, the keyboard does not stutter. It's going to be a week soon and your server still aint working. Perhaps I should just dump the WU's and dump the project and go elsewhere. It's obvious to me you guys aren't up for the task to keep things running smoothly.


I take it you didn't get his joke, what he was referring to is that you posted your previous post Five times!! Please give enough time for your answer to appear before spamming the reply button :P, as you did this time :)
25) Message boards : News : New models of asteroids (Message 3500)
Posted 13 Aug 2014 by [TA]Assimilator1
Bonjour,

Dans quelle mesure et avec quelle puissance d'ordinateur peut-on aider significativement dans ce projet concernant les asteroides ?


Nous ne parlons anglais ici. (that's a google translation so excuse any errors, unfortunately my written French is too poor these days to rely on it!)

I believe you asked with what spec PC could you use to give a significant contribution to Asteroids (not googled :P).
You should start a separate thread for this really, but it depends how significant you mean. If you've got cash to burn then go 6 or 8 core Intel CPU (not sure how well AMD CPUs do, anyone?).
But you would still make a significant (but less of course) contribution running an old C2 Duo 24/7.
As for GPUs, atm only Nvidia ones can be used & they don't give a major speed on Asteroids as they do in other projects, so far.
26) Message boards : News : New models of asteroids (Message 3499)
Posted 13 Aug 2014 by [TA]Assimilator1
Bonjour,

Dans quelle mesure et avec quelle puissance d'ordinateur peut-on aider significativement dans ce projet concernant les asteroides ?


Nous ne parlons anglais ici. (that's a google translation so excuse any errors, unfortunately my written French is too poor these days to rely on it!)

I believe you asked with what spec PC could you use to give a significant contribution to Asteroids (not googled :P).
You should start a separate thread for this really, but it depends how significant you mean. If you've got cash to burn then go 6 or 8 core Intel CPU (not sure how well AMD CPUs do, anyone?).
But you would still make a significant (but less of course) contribution running an old C2 Duo 24/7.
As for GPUs, atm only Nvidia ones can be used & they don't give a major speed on Asteroids as they do in other projects, so far.
27) Message boards : News : New models of asteroids (Message 3498)
Posted 13 Aug 2014 by [TA]Assimilator1
Bonjour,

Dans quelle mesure et avec quelle puissance d'ordinateur peut-on aider significativement dans ce projet concernant les asteroides ?


Nous ne parlons anglais ici. (that's a google translation so excuse any errors, unfortunately my written French is too poor these days to rely on it!)

I believe you asked with what spec PC could you use to give a significant contribution to Asteroids (not googled :P).
You should start a separate thread for this really, but it depends how significant you mean. If you've got cash to burn then go 6 or 8 core Intel CPU (not sure how well AMD CPUs do, anyone?).
But you would still make a significant (but less of course) contribution running an old C2 Duo 24/7.
As for GPUs, atm only Nvidia ones can be used & they don't give a major speed on Asteroids as they do in other projects, so far.
28) Message boards : News : New models of asteroids (Message 3497)
Posted 13 Aug 2014 by [TA]Assimilator1
Bonjour,

Dans quelle mesure et avec quelle puissance d'ordinateur peut-on aider significativement dans ce projet concernant les asteroides ?


Nous ne parlons anglais ici. (that's a google translation so excuse any errors, unfortunately my written French is too poor these days to rely on it!)

I believe you asked with what spec PC could you use to give a significant contribution to Asteroids (not googled :P).
You should start a separate thread for this really, but it depends how significant you mean. If you've got cash to burn then go 6 or 8 core Intel CPU (not sure how well AMD CPUs do, anyone?).
But you would still make a significant (but less of course) contribution running an old C2 Duo 24/7.
As for GPUs, atm only Nvidia ones can be used & they don't give a major speed on Asteroids as they do in other projects, so far.
29) Message boards : Wish list : Support for ATI Radeon GPUs (Message 3496)
Posted 13 Aug 2014 by [TA]Assimilator1
We have now two volunteers who try to make OpenCL app for AMD cards. Next I'm so busy at work for now. If both of them failed to do OpenCL app, I will do one.

Z


Any progress in sight?


Sorry guys ... I'm still very busy at work. Meanwhile I made success at court of law and I can finally spent my free time with my son.

Good to hear :)

Teach him to program OpenCL ;)
30) Message boards : Number crunching : Server run out of discspace (Message 3465)
Posted 4 Aug 2014 by [TA]Assimilator1
A? Oh you mean 'many WU's that expire on 5/8' got ya ;)

My uploads have cleared now.
31) Message boards : Number crunching : Server run out of discspace (Message 3462)
Posted 3 Aug 2014 by [TA]Assimilator1
I missed that problem 1st time round, but it seems to be back :-

03/08/2014 22:22:52 | Asteroids@home | Started upload of ps_140723_131195_3_0_0
03/08/2014 22:22:53 | Asteroids@home | [error] Error reported by file upload server: Server is out of disk space
03/08/2014 22:22:53 | Asteroids@home | Temporarily failed upload of ps_140723_131195_3_0_0: transient upload error
03/08/2014 22:22:53 | Asteroids@home | Backing off 00:02:21 on upload of ps_140723_131195_3_0_0
32) Message boards : Cafe : Asteroid detection and prevention (Message 3363)
Posted 18 Jul 2014 by [TA]Assimilator1
Ok, I guess I do not understand what A@H really calculate, I get the feeling we are mashing numbers with out a clear usage. Just what are we currently doing or what data are we creating and to what usage?

Thanks

Lee

Yea, like he said that info is here http://asteroidsathome.net/, & from the main page.
Oh & linkified for you Kyong ;)
33) Message boards : News : Server maintenance (Message 3302)
Posted 3 Jul 2014 by [TA]Assimilator1
He's got a
AuthenticAMD
Geode(TM) Integrated Processor by AMD PCS [Family 5 Model 10 Stepping 2]


What ever that is.

Cirrussc
I take it you meant the deadline was 1/7 seeing as it was sent 20/6.
What is the Geode in?

*******************************************************************

Kyong

Good to see it's back up, deadlines extended & my results validated :)
34) Message boards : News : Server maintenance (Message 3291)
Posted 2 Jul 2014 by [TA]Assimilator1
You know that for certain?
35) Message boards : News : Server on-line (Message 3286)
Posted 2 Jul 2014 by [TA]Assimilator1
See other thread, Btw it's BOINC ;)
36) Message boards : News : Server maintenance (Message 3285)
Posted 2 Jul 2014 by [TA]Assimilator1
Hey mikey, are you talking about SETI's outage over 10yrs ago when Berkleys pipe was cut? I'm pretty sure they got some sort of word out before they came back up.
.......... have we had this convo before? lol

Hey guys, pls be patient.
Let the Project Admin (Kyong) do his job.

Try other boinc projects, if you don't want your PC(s) to be idle.

Let credits be secondary. Primary: help science.

Err that's a rather sweeping statement!, 1. I/we aren't stopping him doing his job, 2. My, & I bet others PC aren't idle, I'm running LHC & Rosetta when LHC runs out of WUs.

I'm not having a go at Kyong, just saying I hope it's back up before my results expire (which they do according to BOINC in 1/2hr), I'd be disappointed if they do though, but sometimes s**t happens! ;)
37) Message boards : News : Server maintenance (Message 3274)
Posted 1 Jul 2014 by [TA]Assimilator1
Yea I hope it'll be back up soon too, I've got 36 results rdy for u/l which expire 2/7/14 18.34! And then a load more for 3/7/.
They were finished yesterday/day before & were only crunched late because I started another project & BOINC shunted the remaining WUs back. Fortunately I'd already stopped A@H from getting new WUs (stopping A@H for a couple of months or so to crunch R@H).


I have hundreds of results to upload. ;)

I've switch to Enigma@Home for the time being, but will switch back when the project comes back online.

Hey man, just a few then ;), what's the soonest expiry date?
38) Message boards : News : Server maintenance (Message 3268)
Posted 1 Jul 2014 by [TA]Assimilator1
Yea I hope it'll be back up soon too, I've got 36 results rdy for u/l which expire 2/7/14 18.34! And then a load more for 3/7/.
They were finished yesterday/day before & were only crunched late because I started another project & BOINC shunted the remaining WUs back. Fortunately I'd already stopped A@H from getting new WUs (stopping A@H for a couple of months or so to crunch R@H).
39) Message boards : News : New models of asteroids (Message 3240)
Posted 15 Jun 2014 by [TA]Assimilator1
Now, the webpage is in clean XHTML, but I also have to change the way of putting results there. So I have to rewrite it to PHP and create a database table for it and create also some scripts.

Ah ok, look forward to it :)
40) Message boards : News : New models of asteroids (Message 3235)
Posted 14 Jun 2014 by [TA]Assimilator1
Maybe a month. I am not sure. I have to first rewrite the whole webpage with results.

Can't you just tag on the new results onto the end of the list?

And whilst your at it add the suggestions as per message 3068 by Bazso-DA :)


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