Posts by yoerik

1) Message boards : News : Rosetta version 4.20 released for testing (Message 6822)
Posted 3 May 2020 by yoerik
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I'd restart the client and if there's still an issue, try aborting them.

Restarted the client - anndd they just vanished from the BOINC Manager's Task list, so I lost the chance to abort them. Rip.
I'll have to just sit and wait - see what happens when the next WUs come through. Thanks for trying to help, though - I really appreciate it.

Keep up the good work!
2) Message boards : News : Rosetta version 4.20 released for testing (Message 6820)
Posted 3 May 2020 by yoerik
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Is it making any progress with the downloads?

No - it just says Downloading. It hasn't fetched any other Ralph tasks, and it's just marching closer to its deadline, in about 23 hours now.
I have no idea what is causing the issue. If there's anything I can do on my end to help figure out what's going on/what steps I should take to troubleshoot/resolve the issue, let me know.

There's no wifi issues - it has no problem fetching more Rosetta tasks.
3) Message boards : News : Rosetta version 4.20 released for testing (Message 6809)
Posted 2 May 2020 by yoerik
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4.20 seemed to be running okay - but on https://ralph.bakerlab.org/results.php?hostid=44545, it isn't running. It's been "downloading" ever since I received these 3 tasks. Should I abort those tasks, or just let it continue running Rosetta and WCG WUs?
4) Message boards : News : Testing a switch to using SSL (Secure Socket Layer) (Message 6760)
Posted 30 Apr 2020 by yoerik
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I was stupid lol. Resolved using account manager ;/
5) Message boards : News : Testing a switch to using SSL (Secure Socket Layer) (Message 6743)
Posted 28 Apr 2020 by yoerik
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no clue what happened - but it won't let me remove the http:// - the remove button is just shaded out.
6) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Rosetta 4.12+ (Message 6706)
Posted 7 Apr 2020 by yoerik
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Posts from the admin give me hope - but they'll need more volunteers here in order to ensure that, from what I understand.

It's not a problem. If you release work, the volunteers will arrive


From the Admin's post earlier:
4.12 was tested on Ralph but not thoroughly enough. We wanted to get it out anyway so that we can start working on the scaffolds. Time is important. We've been trying our best to get this next app version pushed out. But want it thoroughly tested now since we are still able to get important COVID-19 work done on R@h with 4.12.


I'm inferring that they wanted to test it further, but time restraints forced them to release it to the public build sooner - they didn't have enough volunteers to test them thoroughly enough here, without delaying their research.

Hence - they have time now, so there's no urgent rush at the moment. But it implies that they do need to get 4.15 out in order to do the next stage of work, but 4.12+ on the public release can do important work for now.

It's all inferred, but given that there's only 269 active users here, 502 active hosts, I sincerely doubt they have enough volunteers here.
7) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Rosetta 4.12+ (Message 6703)
Posted 7 Apr 2020 by yoerik
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I hope they will try widely 4.15 version before release it on production in Rosetta@Home.


Posts from the admin give me hope - but they'll need more volunteers here in order to ensure that, from what I understand.
8) Questions and Answers : Android : Rosetta VS Ralph@home for Portable Devices (Message 6671)
Posted 5 Apr 2020 by yoerik
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Hmm. A tad confused here - my old android tablet and phone with 1GB of ram per, can run Ralph@home, but not Rosetta. Should I be running Ralph on such low-powered hardware, especially if it won't be able to be ran outside of alpha/beta testing on Rosetta?

Figured it out thanks to Mod.Sense in the Rosetta forums.
9) Questions and Answers : Android : Rosetta VS Ralph@home for Portable Devices (Message 6666)
Posted 5 Apr 2020 by yoerik
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Hmm. A tad confused here - my old android tablet and phone with 1GB of ram per, can run Ralph@home, but not Rosetta. Should I be running Ralph on such low-powered hardware, especially if it won't be able to be ran outside of alpha/beta testing on Rosetta?






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