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    This mornings update:

    Human Proteome Folding - Phase 2
    1:304:09:36:52


    That leaves 61 days - 33 days PVs = 28 days left.

    23 cores running (Snow Crash 11 + my 12) with 656 WU's In Progress.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumak View Post
    My latest GFAM status: 1:169
    I have 15 days of runtime (111 WU's) in cache for you all with a 6/13 deadline.
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    We did 30 days today.

    Human Proteome Folding - Phase 2
    1:322:07:21:30

    That leaves 43 days - 35 days PVs = 8 days left.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OldChap View Post
    Nobody can help now that they cannot get new work. Re-sends are only given to proven machines if I remember right.

    The best to hope for is to reduce the clocks on the machine and hope that the wu's get done within the deadline.

    Red Maw: how many cores are you running and how long does an average wu take? How many wu's do you have in cache?
    66.11% done with my last WU as I type this. I'm just kicking myself because I could have finished if ran GFAM fulltime (forgot how fast work runs out you with guys taking two month caches lol).


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    Update #7

    Okay, currently I'm at: GO Fight Against Malaria 1:125:09:28:55


    05/31/2013 0:044:22:21:28

    06/01/2013 0:050:11:18:21

    06/02/2013 0:054:19:19:03

    06/03/2013 0:060:13:08:32

    06/04/2013 0:053:16:57:37

    I have 117 PV WUs right now, so (117 tasks * ~4 hours)/24=~19.5 days. 240 days left-19.5=220.5 more days with ~50 days/day of compute time = just under 4.5 more days needed on GFAM for Sapphire. 220.5 * 6 WU per day = 1323 WUs (4hr/WU) or 310 * ~6.8 WU per day = 1500 WUs (3.5hr/WU) needed to reach goal. Of course I'm making the assumption of 4 hr/WU to 3.5 hr/WU.

    I currently have 2080 GFAM WUs in queue among all devices. We need between 1323 to 1500 WUs and we have a surplus between 757 and 580 WUs.

    I'm at HPF2 1:005:11:40:30 and I can cut my clocks in half to double runtime if needed. There are 827 HPF2 WUs in queue among all rigs. If each HPF2 WU is 4 hours, then there is a total of 137 hrs. If we can make WU completion time to 6 hours, 827 WUs come out to 206 days+375 currently acquired= between 512 and 581 of 730 days. This places is us at 149 to 218 more days needed on HPF2. My HTPC is doing HPF2 WUs at 11 hours. 6 hours total seems to be a rough average completion time. I have 51 PVs so that will drop the time, but I'm unsure what the total time granted will be.

    Thanks to Fallwind for being the latest team member to join the badge hunting expedition.
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    My GFAM status is 1:188
    Guys, I think it's safe to detach - at least most of you.
    Many thanks for your help !!!
    Last edited by Mumak; 06-04-2013 at 09:43 PM.

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    Ok, I've thrown some work back into the pot. Good luck anyone still hunting for GFAM work!

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    0ne.shot...I think you're off by 1 day on GFAM. Looks like you'll only need 4.5 days more of crunching towards GFAM.
    240 left - 19 PV = 221 / 50 = 4.4 days

    Also, how many cores you have running now for HPF2?

    Anyone else need help with HPF2?
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    I'll detach late tonight when I get a chance. should still get close to a full days running today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumak View Post
    My GFAM status is 1:188
    Guys, I think it's safe to detach - at least most of you.
    Many thanks for your help !!!
    Are you sure you will make it now? And how about HPF2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluestang View Post
    0ne.shot...I think you're off by 1 day on GFAM. Looks like you'll only need 4.5 days more of crunching towards GFAM.
    240 left - 19 PV = 221 / 50 = 4.4 days

    Also, how many cores you have running now for HPF2?

    Anyone else need help with HPF2?
    Bluestang see post # 104 in this thread... Yojimbo needs your help with HPF2..!!!


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    Mumak: I will stick as there is nobody else in need I think.

    One.shot: 240 days needed. Keep ~50 pv's as a safety buffer so deduct 67 pv's at 3.5 hours; say that is 10 days.

    230 days needed then @ say 50 days per day = 4.6 days or thereabouts. I see you have 64 threads running now so it will be sooner... a little under 4 days if all 64 have GFAM work

    some more thoughts:

    Everybody with cache at 8 days or greater is already collecting HPF2 wu's for when this GFAM finishes. Your finish should be on the 9th. On the 9th with 64 cores running you need your team to have ~6 days cache each of HPF2.

    It is only an Issue if HPF2 finishes earlier than the 9th and considering the current expectation is now set to be the 11th (a day sooner than before), a full 2 days earlier than that now seems less likely.

    I currently hold ~70 days of HPF2 = 2 days running. In 4 days (on the 9th) I will have the needed amount. On the 7th or 8th I will dl an extra 100 days for security..... Job done.


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    Human Proteome Folding - Phase 2 run time: 1:031:20:51:4

    Got 10 cores crunching on it now. I could use some help if anyone has some free cores........
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    Quote Originally Posted by yojimbo197 View Post
    Human Proteome Folding - Phase 2 run time: 1:031:20:51:4

    Got 10 cores crunching on it now. I could use some help if anyone has some free cores........
    Switching 4 cores from Mumak to yojimbo as I type this.

    EDIT: No tasks being d/l'ed. Looks like it as profile of "home". Computer name is cordell, so switch it to the profile that has HPF2 work
    Last edited by bluestang; 06-05-2013 at 12:23 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluestang View Post
    4 cores being added as I type this.

    EDIT: No tasks being d/l'ed. Looks like it as profile of "home". Computer name is cordell, so switch it to the profile that has HPF2 work
    I see it. Changed to "default". Should download now.
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    Yep, good to go.

    May want to make sure your default is you default so when new rigs are added they are getting HPF2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob_B View Post
    Are you sure you will make it now? And how about HPF2?
    Yes, I think so. GFAM currently 1:208 and my 20 cores are fully loaded with WUs. As for HPF2, I'm already lost there - only few days of run time completed..

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    It seems that yojimbo needs another 16 cores if anyone has spare


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    I'll be adding another 8 core tonight/tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumak View Post
    Yes, I think so. GFAM currently 1:208 and my 20 cores are fully loaded with WUs. As for HPF2, I'm already lost there - only few days of run time completed..
    To be on the save side OC or me should stay on your account for a few more days.

    The one that leaves could help out yojimbo197.

    How many cores do you have on Mumak's account, OC? I have 8 and don't mind staying or moving. (I have still 354 wu's in cache for Mumak)

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    I'll have 12 cores for Yojimbo on Thursday. I've also thrown 36 cores on one shot's account for HPF2 so he should be all set there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldChap View Post
    It seems that yojimbo needs another 16 cores if anyone has spare
    OC, Yojimbo, now has his 10 cores plus Bluestang 4 cores = 14

    After todays BOINC updates he will be getting 20 cores from me and another 8 from Bluestang. Fallwind also said that he would be over to help (expecting 12 cores min). If afore mentioned comes to be, by the 6 June 2013 Yo will have 10 + 4 + 20 + 8 + 12 = 54 cores crunching for him. This should do the job for him:
    Needed still 335 days / (4 days + 6 days cache) = 33.5 cores If everybody shows up for the crunching party Yojimbo should reach sapphire (335 days needed / 48 average runtime daily credit = 7 days or the 13 June 2013. Runtime production be re-assessed once the actual crunching ORBAT is fully identified.


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    Rob, 4 core with 212 wu's in cache here. probably averaging approx 3.3 hours per, so around 29 days

    Last batch due around 4pm UTC on the 13th so should be able to complete all in cache with none going over deadline.

    Mumak needs 158 days but I don't know how many wu's each of his rigs holds or the runtime for any of them so I am still being somewhat cautious.

    Mumak: Please list number of wu's on each rig and current average runtime for each wu on that rig.

    So, like this:
    4core/250wu's/3hrs 10mins

    Once you have done this then we can better judge which of us can jump and when.

    Edit:

    With the info in the above 2 posts I think we would be best staying put Rob. It seems that everything is covered.....

    ...unless we can rustle up another 62 cores for Mumak on HPF2
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldChap View Post
    ...unless we can rustle up another 62 cores for Mumak on HPF2
    With the way they are throwing cores around above, I wouldn't be surprised if we could do that.

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    Yojimbo, just added my other rig to your account, another 8 cores, so 12 cores total from me.
    (Cordell=Q6600; Home-PC=2600k)
    Only d/l'ed a couple dozen WUs though and says no more tasks available
    Cache set to 6 min + 2 add.
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    GA-P67A-UD4-B3 BIOS F8 mod, 2600k (L051B138) @ 4.5 GHz, 1.260v full load, Arctic Liquid 120, (Boots Win7 @ 5.6 GHz per Massman binning)
    Samsung Green 2x4GB @2133 C10, 2x MSI 1660ti, Vertex 4 128GB, 2x3TB WD Red RAID1, BR Burner, Win7 Ult x64, Enthoo Pro, HX750

    24/7 Cruncher #3 ... Crucial M225 64GB SSD Donated to Endurance Testing (Died at 968 TB of writes...no that is not a typo!)
    GA-EP45T-UD3LR BIOS F10 modded, Q6600 G0 VID 1.212 (L731B536), 3.6 GHz 9x400 @ 1.312v full load, Zerotherm Zen FZ120
    OCZ 2x2GB DDR3-1600MHz C7, Gigabyte 7950 @1200/1250, Crucial MX100 128GB, 2x1TB WD Red RAID1, Win7 Ent x64, Centurion 590, XFX PRO650W

    Music System
    SB Server->SB Touch w/Android Tablet as a remote->S/PDIF->Denon AVR-X3300W->JBL Studio Series Floorstanding Speakers


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