Posts by doc :)

1) Message boards : Number crunching : unable to upload (Message 2219)
Posted 22 Aug 2006 by doc :)
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the ip adress changed if my memory is right, yes. i still do not understand why it was only affecting one of my two pcs, both have identical boinc core clients.
2) Message boards : Number crunching : unable to upload (Message 2210)
Posted 21 Aug 2006 by doc :)
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\"retry now\" is found on the \"transfers\" tab. \"retry communications\" is somewhere too, in 5.4.9 it is under \"advanced\", i can not remember if it was the same in 5.2.13.
the WUs deadline ends depending on when you downloaded them usually, you can see the exact time under your \"tasks\" tab.
and that was not a general problem, it only affected one of my 2 pcs, none of them has been rebooted or in any other way changed while the ralph servers were moved.
3) Message boards : Number crunching : unable to upload (Message 2177)
Posted 19 Aug 2006 by doc :)
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ok, all works for me again, i have not the slightest idea why though :)
scheduler requests from my other pc on my lan worked fine (through remote control from the boincmgr on this host), next thing i did was exit boinc completely (after my current rosetta WU just finished a model ofcourse :P) and restarted it, uploads and scheduler requests with ralph work again.
4) Message boards : Number crunching : unable to upload (Message 2171)
Posted 19 Aug 2006 by doc :)
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nothing changed for me, still not able to upload, scheduler requests are not succeding either.
5) Message boards : Number crunching : unable to upload (Message 2167)
Posted 18 Aug 2006 by doc :)
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i can not upload to ralph either, other projects work as usual.
6) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : credits not granted ???late result ? 3 days before deadline (Message 2039)
Posted 13 Aug 2006 by doc :)
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it does not say past deadline, it says it was reported too late to validate. that WU was given out a 2nd time for some reason, that 2nd one got back before yours.

the question now would be why was the WU given out a 2nd time only 2.5 hours after the first time.
7) Message boards : Current tests : New crediting system (Message 1975)
Posted 11 Aug 2006 by doc :)
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sounds good if the influence from over and underclaiming hosts is not too big to have a real impact on the credits per model :)

how will errored WUs be dealt with? do they report how many models they did before they crashed?
8) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : German / zu wenig arbeit (Message 1901)
Posted 24 Jul 2006 by doc :)
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weil ralph \"nur\" das alphatest project von rosetta ist, hier gibts normalerweisse nur was zu tun wenns was zu testen gibt, wie neue workunits , neue versionen von rosetta usw.
edit: crossposted with suguruhirahara :)
9) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Project down? (Message 1897)
Posted 22 Jul 2006 by doc :)
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my bet would be they are busy busy busy with finishing CASP stuff before that ends, thus the little lack of activity.
10) Message boards : Number crunching : new tester! (Message 1872)
Posted 25 Jun 2006 by doc :)
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welcome!
some debug information should be collected by default if my memory is right, but it is very welcome if you report bugs/crashes in the appropriate thread up in the ralph@home bug list forum.
11) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug reports for Ralph 5.24 (Message 1853)
Posted 20 Jun 2006 by doc :)
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just a little update, after those failures i had with my first couple of 5.24s i have some successes now (they are out of another WU batch as far as i can tell though, 731 instead of 727 in my case, so it was probably just a bad batch of WUs)
12) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug reports for Ralph 5.24 (Message 1848)
Posted 20 Jun 2006 by doc :)
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no clue how your quota got that low, i got mine by 18 right now, after a couple of errors.
finally got some 5.24 work, all of them that got their turn so far errored out with incorrect function.
all had names like t299_LOOPRELAX_hom00X_S_000XX_000XXXX_0_727_1_X and i was not the only one where those failed.
the result page contains the following error:

<stderr_txt>
ERROR:: Unable to obtain sequence information.
fasta file must be provided.
ERROR:: Exit at: .\\initialize.cc line:236

</stderr_txt>
13) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug reports for Ralph 5.24 (Message 1845)
Posted 19 Jun 2006 by doc :)
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id love to run 5.24, but i am getting \"no work from project\".
i thought there was supposed to be work available at any time now? :)
server status page is all green, it only shows no WUs ready to send.
14) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug reports for Ralph 5.23 (Message 1823)
Posted 12 Jun 2006 by doc :)
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Sadir: the percentage complete thing is perfectly normal, the first model just took that long.

no errors with 5.23 so far here, couple of successfull WUs finished.
15) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug reports for Ralph 5.21 (Message 1777)
Posted 5 Jun 2006 by doc :)
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3 successes without the delay or any errors as far as i can tell (was not there most of the time)

and i agree, that bug was introduced before 5.20, i never had any 5.20 work but i definitely remember having that bug with 5.19. not that it is that important as long as it is fixed though :)
16) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug reports for Ralph 5.17-5.19 (Message 1748)
Posted 2 Jun 2006 by doc :)
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thats definetley something that has to be fixed before it goes out on the main project. out of the 4 5.19 units that i completed succesfully (2 hour pref) 3 wasted 1 hour that could have been used elsewhere, and the 4th used at least a couple of extra minutes to reach the 2 hour mark.
17) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug reports for Ralph 5.17-5.19 (Message 1743)
Posted 1 Jun 2006 by doc :)
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got some interesting 5.19 stuff too, was not infront of my pc to see it happen mostly though.
the first result took less than 2 hours (my ralph preference) to run according to the resultpage, in realtime it took almost exactly 2 hours to run.
next result took just a little less than 2 hours of processing time looking at the result page, but took in fact 3 hours realtime.
the third result took almost exactly 2 hours on the result page, but consumed 3 hours of realtime too.
fourth was a little more complicated, it was running for 3 hours when it got preempted, cputime in the boincmanager was showing 1:59:07, the grahpics the same cpu time, 99.2% in the graphics, but 100% in boincmanager. upon being resumed it instantly completed.
last i got ended with incorrect function right at the start. result
18) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug reports for Ralph 5.16 (Message 1701)
Posted 26 May 2006 by doc :)
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each model of those WUs show about the same behavior here, same happens on rosetta with similar named WUs on my pc, not watching every WU that closeley over there though.
19) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug reports for Ralph 5.16 (Message 1697)
Posted 25 May 2006 by doc :)
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exact same behavior of the graphics on this WU too.
nothing in accepted and searching, randomly broken stuff in low energy. at 1.561% all pictures look normal and the accepted energy graph looks like its starting from the beginning like if it was a new model while its actually still on model 1.
20) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug reports for Ralph 5.16 (Message 1696)
Posted 25 May 2006 by doc :)
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wizzszz: there are different types of WUs, some (rare, or at least i didnt have many of them in the past) start with the relax stage without ever doing the faster ab initio stuff.

back to topic :)
just got this WU
got no stuff in the searching and accepted boxes just like wizzszz in his screenshot, i was able to get the structure in the low energy screen though through moving it randomly around, it was somewhere offscreen, looking ok at first, but started to get randomly broken after a while. now at 1.561% (or a little earlier maybe) everything looks like its normal, all pics where they should be, and the structure in the low energy window is in the center now too when i move it around.


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