Posts by Azurrio

1) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug Reports for Minirosetta v1.36 (Message 4268)
Posted 12 Oct 2008 by Azurrio
Post:
Here are my failures:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.
All seem to have the same error:
<core_client_version>6.2.19</core_client_version>
<![CDATA[
<message>
Funktio ei kelpaa. (0x1) - exit code 1 (0x1)
</message>
<stderr_txt>

ERROR: NANs occured in hbonding!
ERROR:: Exit from: ..\\..\\src\\core\\scoring\\hbonds\\hbonds_geom.cc line: 763
called boinc_finish

</stderr_txt>
]]>
2) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug Reports for Rosetta version 5.98 (Message 4160)
Posted 4 Jul 2008 by Azurrio
Post:
Failure
3) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug report for Minirosetta version 1.29 (Message 4159)
Posted 4 Jul 2008 by Azurrio
Post:
Three compute erros, each with 0 seconds of computing time.
WU1
WU2
WU3
4) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug report for Minirosetta version 1.29 (Message 4136)
Posted 22 Jun 2008 by Azurrio
Post:
It is a bit hard to report any possible issues with this app since there aren\'t any WUs to test it with...
5) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : minirosetta 1.14 bug thread (Message 3947)
Posted 22 Apr 2008 by Azurrio
Post:
The application minirosetta v1.14 is released as of now. Post bugs and questions here please.

I should probably cancel all the 1.13 WU\'s now?

Edit: Got straight away three errors:
829951
830262
830248
Edit: And a few more:
830191
830370
830356
830341
Edit: Well, infact all the WU\'s I got failed right at the start:
heres the rest of the errored WU\'s:
827231
829991
829291
830391
830378
803959
827277
824322
Sounds like a complete failure on memory leak fixing to me... :(
6) Message boards : Current tests : [idea] - version release/log in this section (Message 3894)
Posted 13 Apr 2008 by Azurrio
Post:
Rosetta Mini updated to 1.11 is not in news...

Neither is mini 1.10 which was a few days ago...
But since the application is updated very frequently now (for the next few weeks) I think the staff has decided not to make a new topic about every update. (Which I have to agree makes sense if the updates keep on coming every few days apart.)

Although I understand why there has been no news I still would like to know where we are going so Staff, maybe you could give us some update every now and then? I don\'t mean after every single update you make (it\'s quite useless if updates are frequent) but still, maybe a once a week update about what has happened in a past week with the program?
7) Message boards : Number crunching : CPU run time (Message 3874)
Posted 10 Apr 2008 by Azurrio
Post:
Ok, thanks Pepo, I missed that topic...
Well, I guess I\'m going to keep my run time at default to keep the WU flowing... Hope it detects all the errors in that time :)
I would also presume that if the staff would want the WU\'s to run longer they would propaply raise the default run time...
8) Message boards : Number crunching : CPU run time (Message 3865)
Posted 9 Apr 2008 by Azurrio
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So I was just wondering...
Would it be better for RALPH to have a bigger cpu run time per WU? Is the default 1 hour run time enough for testing or would it be better for me to raise it up by few hours?
I was just figuring that since this project is focusing on error detection etc., is it really useful to run the WU\'s longer than the deafault 1 hour?
9) Message boards : Current tests : Rosetta & Ralph (Message 3839)
Posted 25 Mar 2008 by Azurrio
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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...
10) Message boards : Current tests : No more units (Message 3811)
Posted 5 Mar 2008 by Azurrio
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This morning, at the usual 8am GMT update time, I didn\'t get any units. As my Core 2 Duo eats the 40 WU limit per host in about 20 hrs I\'m always waiting at 8am for the new allocation.

Is this the end of the recent great run of WU\'s? Can we expect more in the near future? Could the limit per host be relaxed slightly? About 50 would cover me.

PS I\'m running a Core 2 Duo 2.2 overclocked to 3.3, 4 GB RAM and running Vista 64


Phuh, I sure hope that this was it, took a hell of a time trying to crunch \'em all :D
Nah, just joking, hope there is more so we can make rosetta even better than it already is!

And I would guess there is going to be some new WU\'s to crunch since the Minirosetta has just been released and it is still in development/bugy (I presume?)
11) Message boards : Current tests : Help us debug minirosetta. (Message 3722)
Posted 13 Feb 2008 by Azurrio
Post:
This WU failed on my system.


we looked into that error and the only explanation is that the application can\'t see or open one of the input files. It is specific to your situation and is not a general error. without being able work on your computer, I can\'t really figure out what is happening. did a file get removed accidentally?


Noup, didn\'t touch anything. I didn\'t even notice the error until I visited my results page. Anyway, I haven\'t touch any files or even settings on my computer/preferences.
Maybe Mr. Gates just didn\'t like that WU :)
12) Message boards : Current tests : Help us debug minirosetta. (Message 3715)
Posted 12 Feb 2008 by Azurrio
Post:
This WU failed on my system.






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