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caesar1987

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Message 3837 - Posted: 25 Mar 2008, 11:20:49 UTC

Why we do ralph? Ralph and rosetta use the same applications: minirosetta 1.09 and roseta_beta 5.96.

\"RALPH@home is the official alpha test project\" and (i thing) for testing new beta application. Or not?
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Message 3838 - Posted: 25 Mar 2008, 14:08:56 UTC

Code is released on Ralph first and sometimes several versions are tested before one is released on Rosetta.

Work units are released first on Ralph to help eliminate any problems with how they are built before performing the same build on Rosetta WUs.

So, sometimes, Ralph and Rosetta are at the same version... but Ralph is running work that isn\'t being sent to Rosetta yet.
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Message 3839 - Posted: 25 Mar 2008, 14:13:06 UTC - in response to Message 3837.  
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Why we do ralph? Ralph and rosetta use the same applications: minirosetta 1.09 and roseta_beta 5.96.

\"RALPH@home is the official alpha test project\" and (i thing) for testing new beta application. Or not?

Yes it is. And that is what they are doing. If you look at the times when the apps were added to the projects, you can see that they were here (on RALPH) first and after some testing they were added into Rosetta.
The reason why both are using the same applications at the moment might just be that they have NOT upgraded the application yet. When they do, it is most likely to get tested here before thrown into Rosetta.

P.S. The Rosetta application named rosetta beta 5.96 is NOT really a beta version, it is just named like that because I THINK (not sure) there was a another application almost identical to that so the naming was just to separate them from each other....?

P.P.S. Someone whose followed the applications more closely(or project staff) can correct if I\'m wrong...
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