Posts by Fuzzy Hollynoodles

21) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug reports for Windows Ver - 5.01 (and higher) (Message 1276)
Posted 20 Apr 2006 by Profile Fuzzy Hollynoodles
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Right now this WU is running at about 60% and it looks alive and kicking.



Well finished. http://ralph.bakerlab.org/result.php?resultid=90386

22) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug reports for Windows Ver - 5.01 (and higher) (Message 1273)
Posted 20 Apr 2006 by Profile Fuzzy Hollynoodles
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Right now this WU is running at about 60% and it looks alive and kicking.

I had a couple of crashed 5.0\'s yesterday though http://ralph.bakerlab.org/results.php?userid=585 but they both seems to be flawed anyway.

And I upgraded to BOINC client 5.4.4 today.

23) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : OLD- Bug reports for Windows Ver - 5.00 (and higher) (Message 1184)
Posted 15 Apr 2006 by Profile Fuzzy Hollynoodles
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[quote]...
Btw, how do I set my right margin on these forums? My right margin is way off the screen to the right, and it never was like that before.


It\'s either some long text or Tank Masters sig.
Either the text needs editting or Tank master need to put a space betwen the teo sig images (or you can turn them of in your forum settings)

I\'m assuing your using a resolution of less than 1024x768 then.

since you mention it after Tank started to post I would assume that\'s the first place to look.


No, it\'s this post with a very long textstring.

Nothing to do about it untill a new thread is created.

24) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : RALPH Version News! - Windows Version 5.0 released! (Message 1172)
Posted 14 Apr 2006 by Profile Fuzzy Hollynoodles
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Ok so far. :-)

http://ralph.bakerlab.org/result.php?resultid=87205

25) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : OLD- Bug reports for Windows Ver - 5.00 (and higher) (Message 1142)
Posted 14 Apr 2006 by Profile Fuzzy Hollynoodles
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I ditched this one: http://ralph.bakerlab.org/workunit.php?wuid=77761

Result: http://ralph.bakerlab.org/result.php?resultid=85591

I had it running for more than 3 hours at still about 1.5%.

So I\'ve started on a fresh one http://ralph.bakerlab.org/workunit.php?wuid=79197, that looks more reasonable in time.

26) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : RALPH Version News! - Version 4.99 (Windows) released! (Message 1128)
Posted 13 Apr 2006 by Profile Fuzzy Hollynoodles
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I don\'t know. Mine, this one, has now ran for 2 hours and 30 minutes on only 1.5%. :-(

And it seems to have crashed for others, so I won\'t hold my hopes up too high about it.

27) Message boards : Cafe RALPH : David Kim, User of the Day... (Message 1013)
Posted 29 Mar 2006 by Profile Fuzzy Hollynoodles
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Congratulations. :-)

28) Message boards : Current tests : Switching between projects with applications removed from memory (Message 918)
Posted 19 Mar 2006 by Profile Fuzzy Hollynoodles
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It happened again.

3/19/2006 5:36:43 PM|rosetta@home|Pausing result HB_BARCODE_30_1bq9A_351_14302_0 (removed from memory)
3/19/2006 5:36:44 PM|rosetta@home|Unrecoverable error for result HB_BARCODE_30_1bq9A_351_14302_0 ( - exit code -164 (0xffffff5c))
3/19/2006 5:36:44 PM||Rescheduling CPU: process exited
3/19/2006 5:36:44 PM|rosetta@home|Computation for result HB_BARCODE_30_1bq9A_351_14302_0 finished

Rosetta WU: http://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/workunit.php?wuid=11537937
Result: http://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/result.php?resultid=14251499

So this is it, I\'m changing back to keeping WU\'s in memory while preempted untill you get this bug fixed. Else you devs should say that we can\'t crunch Rosetta and Ralph WU\'s on the same computer!


29) Message boards : Current tests : Switching between projects with applications removed from memory (Message 914)
Posted 19 Mar 2006 by Profile Fuzzy Hollynoodles
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Rosetta crashed BIG time!

3/19/2006 8:07:15 AM|rosetta@home|Pausing result HOMSti_homDB019_1tif__352_1732_1 (removed from memory)
3/19/2006 8:07:15 AM|SETI@home Beta Test|Restarting result 01jl01ab.16610.114.798576.3.175_4 using setiathome_enhanced version 506
3/19/2006 8:07:16 AM||Rescheduling CPU: project op

...

3/19/2006 8:07:24 AM|rosetta@home|Unrecoverable error for result HOMSti_homDB019_1tif__352_1732_1 ( - exit code -164 (0xffffff5c))
3/19/2006 8:07:24 AM||Rescheduling CPU: process exited
3/19/2006 8:07:24 AM|rosetta@home|Computation for result HOMSti_homDB019_1tif__352_1732_1 finished

This WU: http://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/workunit.php?wuid=10786875
Result: http://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/result.php?resultid=13549302

I see though that this WU has crashed for somebody else, so maybe a coincidence? Even I don\'t think it is.

Ralph WU runs fine. I\'ve tried to force it to run by suspending the others, and then resuming them, so the Ralph WU are preempted, and no crashes (so far).

30) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Report \"stuck at 1%\" bugs here (Message 745)
Posted 28 Feb 2006 by Profile Fuzzy Hollynoodles
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I have one:

http://ralph.bakerlab.org/workunit.php?wuid=11108

Result: http://ralph.bakerlab.org/result.php?resultid=12738

...


And it finished without I noticed it.

Result: http://ralph.bakerlab.org/result.php?resultid=12738

31) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Report \"stuck at 1%\" bugs here (Message 741)
Posted 28 Feb 2006 by Profile Fuzzy Hollynoodles
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I have one:

http://ralph.bakerlab.org/workunit.php?wuid=11108

Result: http://ralph.bakerlab.org/result.php?resultid=12738

I got it last night, and it ran for more than an hour on 1%. I opened the graphic to see what was going on, and it seemed to be \"alive\", with some very small wiggles, and almost no movements of the curves. It ran, when I shut down before I went to bed, as I usually do, and I booted up again when I got up and went out. When I came home again about 30 minutes ago, the other project WU\'s have run, so everything was reset to zero, CPU time and percentage. It started again, after I manually updated Ralph, and it seems it has started again from scratch, as the CPU time has reset to zero and the percentage is on 1 again.

I have set them all to stay in memory and a Target CPU run time set to default (8 hours).

My computer is http://ralph.bakerlab.org/show_host_detail.php?hostid=797

But the stdout file looks interesting. David Kim, do you want me to mail it to you? It\'s very long, so I wont post it here.

In the graphic it looks totally dead with not curves at all and no movements. It seems stopped at step 32509.

Shall I leave it running and see what\'s happening? Or should I just put it out of it\'s misery? :-(

EDIT:

2/28/2006 4:07:01 PM|ralph@home|Resuming result HOMSdi_homDB003_1di2__228_9_0 using rosetta_beta version 490


And it seems to be \"alive\" but very slow. It has now moved up to step 32521

32) Message boards : Feedback : Volunteer Tester (Message 674)
Posted 26 Feb 2006 by Profile Fuzzy Hollynoodles
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I\'ll add this to the list of things to do.


Thanks. :-)


33) Message boards : Feedback : When is it ok to abort a ralph WU? (Message 673)
Posted 26 Feb 2006 by Profile Fuzzy Hollynoodles
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I\'ve noticed new versions of the Ralph application being released rapidly in the last week. This has been to the extent that on several days I\'ve looked at the work tab to see I\'ve got a WU for the new verion pending while I have the previous verion running a WU.

In this situation should I kill the WU for the older version of the app or are the developers still going to get something usefull from it? If it is going to help I don\'t have a problem with letting it play out (as I have been doing), however if it\'s nothing but waste then I\'d rather kill it and devote the cycles to something that will make use of them.



When the devs ask us to abort WU\'s with an earlier application than stated, just abort them.

If it\'s the same here as over in Seti Beta, the change of application is the important part, and WU\'s crunched with the \"old\" application are uninteresting for the devs. That\'s life in a test project. If the devs are nice, they\'ll grant you credit for the time spent before abortion, but participating in a testproject is about testing, not the credit. So don\'t hold your hopes too high.

34) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : It looks like a crash, but it\'s not... (Message 672)
Posted 26 Feb 2006 by Profile Fuzzy Hollynoodles
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My CPDN work does this also. I haven\'t paid it any attention.


I looked very careful the first times I saw this, and was just about to abort the WU\'s. Luckily I didn\'t do it, as they\'re Ok, but it\'s confusing.

And again, the Seti WU\'s don\'t do it, not even the Seti Beta WU\'s.


35) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : It looks like a crash, but it\'s not... (Message 629)
Posted 25 Feb 2006 by Profile Fuzzy Hollynoodles
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First, thanks for being UOTD, Bouncer Jupiter says hi.

I\'ve noticed something that may people think, that a Rosetta or Ralph WU has crashed, while it hasn\'t.

When I boot up for the day (my computer is always turned off when I sleep), I see Rosetta and Ralph WU\'s stated as zero in progress, even they have ran for hours and are almost finished.


Click the pic.

They stay on zero untill they start to run, and then the progress goes up to the real percentage.

The Seti Beta WU\'s don\'t show this. They go up to the real percentage imidiately.

This may cause people think that the WU\'s have crashed, so they abort them and are aggravated at the time spent on them and now not getting any credit for it. And as you can see, I\'ve already spent 6 hours on the Rosetta WU and it\'s almost finished, as the time to completion will adjust as soon as it starts to run with the real percentage.

I don\'t know if it\'s a bug or intentional, I\'m pointing to something that looks like a bug and a crashed WU, but it ain\'t.


EDIT: Here\'s the real percentage after having suspended the other WU\'s


Click the pic.

36) Message boards : Cafe RALPH : Hi all... (Message 339)
Posted 19 Feb 2006 by Profile Fuzzy Hollynoodles
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What do we do if we arrived before the thread???......Oh, hi anyway


Hi Tony! :-)


37) Message boards : Cafe RALPH : Hi all... (Message 312)
Posted 19 Feb 2006 by Profile Fuzzy Hollynoodles
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Hi all, I\'m here.

Post here to say hi, when you arrive.

And hi to the newcomers. :-)





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