Posts by robert

1) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Minirosetta v 1.17 (Message 3978)
Posted 2 May 2008 by robert
Please report bugs related to minirosetta v1.17 here.

We're all hoping this will be the last code test we need to run before CASP!
2) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug Reports for Rosetta Mini Versions 1.+ (Message 3883)
Posted 11 Apr 2008 by robert
We've tracked down the linux problem and think it has to do with the boinc libraries and not the mini executable.

Hopefully update v. 1.12 will fix this
3) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug reports for 5.84 (Message 3507)
Posted 6 Dec 2007 by robert
The VF runs are testing variable fragment sizes, ranging from 3 to 25 mers instead of the 3 and 9 mers traditional rosetta abinitio uses.

The "Incorrect fragment size requested for omega alignment. Expected 1,3, or 9, but actually got: 16" error is what the old version of rosetta used to say whenever it encountered a fragment sized outside of the norm. This was fixed for 5.85, but unfortunately when the ralph versions were updated these changes were not properly applied to the linux specific executable.

That has now been fixed, so we certainly don't expect to see that error again.

On the other hand the more recent BEST25_VFSCORE3 errors were entirely my fault. Evidently even when rosetta doesn't need 3mers for abinitio it still checks to see if they exist, and fails if they don't. Some of these runs don't use 3mers at all, so I thought I could save people some space by leaving them out of the jobs. Now, this is a mistake we would normally catch on our local machines. Unfortunately I ended up doing my tests with 3mers present anyway and didn't catch the problem before sending it to ralph. I managed to remove the jobs once the first error messages started coming back, but by that point at least a thousand were already in progress.

I definitely apologize for wasting your computational time on this, and to anyone affected, thank you for helping to catch my mistakes before they went to boinc.

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