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Message 5764 - Posted: 5 Apr 2008, 4:08:44 UTC

Has this turned into a windows only project. 48600 wu\'s ready to send and not 1 is apparently for Linux.Seems I am done with this project
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Message 5765 - Posted: 5 Apr 2008, 4:33:44 UTC

No work for my Windoze machine either, I don\'t trust the Server Status page fully.
Are you trying both Linux running on an \"AMD x86_64 or Intel EM64T CPU\" and \"Linux running on an Intel x86-compatible CPU\" as work may be created separately.
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Message 5766 - Posted: 5 Apr 2008, 4:41:19 UTC - in response to Message 5765.  

No work for my Windoze machine either, I don\'t trust the Server Status page fully.
Are you trying both Linux running on an \"AMD x86_64 or Intel EM64T CPU\" and \"Linux running on an Intel x86-compatible CPU\" as work may be created separately.

I also don\'t get any new WU downloaded the whole morning - and I have really the most common Intel platforms and Win-XP-32bit and Win-XP-64bit .
So obviously not AMD vs Intel or XP vs. Vista vs. Linux etc.. related but the problem is obviously with the C@H server after the floodgates were re-opened and thousand of crunched WU are uploaded again.
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Message 5767 - Posted: 5 Apr 2008, 4:43:03 UTC - in response to Message 5765.  

No work for my Windoze machine either, I don\'t trust the Server Status page fully.
Are you trying both Linux running on an \"AMD x86_64 or Intel EM64T CPU\" and \"Linux running on an Intel x86-compatible CPU\" as work may be created separately.


Requests by my AMD/Windows machine get \"no work from project\", which means that there was nothing for the feeder to send, no matter what the platform. The status page is essentially worthless, from what I\'ve been able to tell...

2 days of only uploads for the database to \"settle down\"? I\'m having trouble believing that. Even if I do believe it, then, IMO, this indicates a severe problem with something...as even the much more strained SETI servers have been able to recover quicker from far more severe problems...

Perhaps I should\'ve not asked people to give balanced feedback, considering the project is showing their inability to do the same...
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Message 5779 - Posted: 5 Apr 2008, 11:51:16 UTC

Just perhaps there is work but the daemons aren\'t communicating that fact and nothing is being sent out as a result....maybe.
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Message 5781 - Posted: 5 Apr 2008, 12:10:39 UTC

I think work is allowed to report, but no new work is sent yet.
Doesn\'t show on the server status page though.
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Message 5783 - Posted: 5 Apr 2008, 13:28:48 UTC
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From front page:

April 2, 2008 Letting the validator catch up
Due to the flux in workunits that has been taking place recently, there\'s quite a lot of strain on the database. So, until the validator and the other daemons are caught up on their work, we aren\'t going to send out any more WUs. We\'ll restart the scheduler as soon as it\'s done. Thank you for your patience.

They resatrted project daemons yesterday but it may take a while for everyone to see work coming through.
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Message 5796 - Posted: 5 Apr 2008, 19:00:34 UTC

I\'ve taken a look at the distribution of workunits across HR classes and the biggest pieces are as follows:

Windows Core 2 Duo: 22653
Unassociated: 20354
Windows Xeon: 4906
Windows Athlon 64: 3595
Linux Core 2 Duo: 3316
Linux Xeon: 3153

The rest are under 2000.

Since so many are unassociated, I assume that the server problems were the cause of the \"no work\" messages. I think I may have finally solved them (although I should remain cautious about saying that), and I\'ve increased the number of available WUs, so you should be able to get work soon, if not now.
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Message 5797 - Posted: 5 Apr 2008, 19:04:40 UTC - in response to Message 5796.  

I\'ve taken a look at the distribution of workunits across HR classes and the biggest pieces are as follows:

Windows Core 2 Duo: 22653
Unassociated: 20354
Windows Xeon: 4906
Windows Athlon 64: 3595
Linux Core 2 Duo: 3316
Linux Xeon: 3153

The rest are under 2000.

Since so many are unassociated, I assume that the server problems were the cause of the \"no work\" messages. I think I may have finally solved them (although I should remain cautious about saying that), and I\'ve increased the number of available WUs, so you should be able to get work soon, if not now.


Windows Athlon 64 host is now back to:
4/5/2008 3:03:23 PM|Cosmology@Home|Message from server: (there was work but it was committed to other platforms)
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Message 5798 - Posted: 5 Apr 2008, 19:06:07 UTC
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Thanks for stopping by, Scott.

I run couple of Core 2 Quads hosts on Windows (Win XP, 2003 x64 and 2008 x64) and I get:
Cosmology@Home 5.4.2008 21:04:06 Message from server: (there was work but it was committed to other platforms)
Cosmology@Home 5.4.2008 21:04:06 Message from server: No work sent

Is C2Q considered different from C2D? I assume yes - in BOINC perspective - even those are actualy twins of C2D.
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Message 5800 - Posted: 5 Apr 2008, 19:17:02 UTC - in response to Message 5797.  

I\'ve taken a look at the distribution of workunits across HR classes and the biggest pieces are as follows:

Windows Core 2 Duo: 22653
Unassociated: 20354
Windows Xeon: 4906
Windows Athlon 64: 3595
Linux Core 2 Duo: 3316
Linux Xeon: 3153

The rest are under 2000.

Since so many are unassociated, I assume that the server problems were the cause of the \"no work\" messages. I think I may have finally solved them (although I should remain cautious about saying that), and I\'ve increased the number of available WUs, so you should be able to get work soon, if not now.


Windows Athlon 64 host is now back to:
4/5/2008 3:03:23 PM|Cosmology@Home|Message from server: (there was work but it was committed to other platforms)

So is my Q6600

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Message 5808 - Posted: 5 Apr 2008, 19:51:57 UTC - in response to Message 5798.  

Thanks for stopping by, Scott.

I run couple of Core 2 Quads hosts on Windows (Win XP, 2003 x64 and 2008 x64) and I get:
Cosmology@Home 5.4.2008 21:04:06 Message from server: (there was work but it was committed to other platforms)
Cosmology@Home 5.4.2008 21:04:06 Message from server: No work sent

Is C2Q considered different from C2D? I assume yes - in BOINC perspective - even those are actualy twins of C2D.

All Intel \"Core\" processors fall under the C2D label, since they\'re basically all the same architecture.

So you\'re saying that both your 32-bit and 64-bit machines aren\'t getting work?
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Message 5809 - Posted: 5 Apr 2008, 19:54:40 UTC - in response to Message 5800.  

I\'ve taken a look at the distribution of workunits across HR classes and the biggest pieces are as follows:

Windows Core 2 Duo: 22653
Unassociated: 20354
Windows Xeon: 4906
Windows Athlon 64: 3595
Linux Core 2 Duo: 3316
Linux Xeon: 3153

The rest are under 2000.

Since so many are unassociated, I assume that the server problems were the cause of the \"no work\" messages. I think I may have finally solved them (although I should remain cautious about saying that), and I\'ve increased the number of available WUs, so you should be able to get work soon, if not now.


Windows Athlon 64 host is now back to:
4/5/2008 3:03:23 PM|Cosmology@Home|Message from server: (there was work but it was committed to other platforms)

So is my Q6600

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My AMD got a partial fill of what it requested just now, then it went back to saying work was committed to other platforms...

I think the problem will just be transient while hungry systems go through their \"refill cache\" phase, then it should go back to some sense of normalcy...
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Message 5817 - Posted: 5 Apr 2008, 20:16:58 UTC - in response to Message 5808.  
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All Intel \"Core\" processors fall under the C2D label, since they\'re basically all the same architecture.

So you\'re saying that both your 32-bit and 64-bit machines aren\'t getting work?

It\'s coming in slowly - it takes several attemps to download just single or couple of WUs but it\'s comming now. Like 5 attemps gives 1 WUs. I can see checksum or signature errors from time to time as well.
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Message 5821 - Posted: 5 Apr 2008, 20:55:56 UTC - in response to Message 5808.  

Thanks for stopping by, Scott.

I run couple of Core 2 Quads hosts on Windows (Win XP, 2003 x64 and 2008 x64) and I get:
Cosmology@Home 5.4.2008 21:04:06 Message from server: (there was work but it was committed to other platforms)
Cosmology@Home 5.4.2008 21:04:06 Message from server: No work sent

Is C2Q considered different from C2D? I assume yes - in BOINC perspective - even those are actualy twins of C2D.

All Intel \"Core\" processors fall under the C2D label, since they\'re basically all the same architecture.

So you\'re saying that both your 32-bit and 64-bit machines aren\'t getting work?

Aha! Things seemed to start coming through about 20:00 UTC. However, I also seem to be getting regular \"Check sum errors\":


05/04/2008 20:25:04|Cosmology@Home|Sending scheduler request: To fetch work. Requesting 426814 seconds of work, reporting 0 completed tasks
05/04/2008 20:25:09|Cosmology@Home|Scheduler request succeeded: got 0 new tasks
05/04/2008 20:25:09|Cosmology@Home|Message from server: No work sent
05/04/2008 20:25:09|Cosmology@Home|Message from server: (there was work but it was committed to other platforms)
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05/04/2008 21:04:08|Cosmology@Home|Sending scheduler request: To fetch work. Requesting 426942 seconds of work, reporting 0 completed tasks
05/04/2008 21:04:13|Cosmology@Home|Scheduler request succeeded: got 9 new tasks
05/04/2008 21:04:15|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_032808_162328_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:15|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_032808_162343_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:16|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_032808_162328_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:16|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_032808_162343_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:16|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_032808_162345_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:16|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_032808_163908_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:18|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_032808_162345_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:18|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_032808_163908_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:18|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_032808_163917_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:18|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_032808_163921_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:19|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_032808_163917_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:19|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_032808_163921_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:19|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_032808_163926_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:19|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_032808_164214_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:20|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_032808_163926_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:20|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_032808_164214_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:20|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_032808_164247_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:22|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_032808_164247_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:23|Cosmology@Home|Sending scheduler request: To fetch work. Requesting 367133 seconds of work, reporting 0 completed tasks
05/04/2008 21:04:28|Cosmology@Home|Scheduler request succeeded: got 4 new tasks
05/04/2008 21:04:31|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_032808_222839_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:31|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_032808_222843_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:32|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_032808_222839_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:32|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_032808_222843_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:32|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_032808_223009_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:32|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_032808_223010_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:33|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_032808_223009_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:33|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_032808_223010_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:33|Cosmology@Home|[error] MD5 check failed for params_032808_223009_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:04:33|Cosmology@Home|[error] expected 8ec76813069e5fdf4db723a18a6e99a7, got 3e625643ec5daa897cb541d3e3941f85
05/04/2008 21:04:33|Cosmology@Home|[error] Checksum or signature error for params_032808_223009_0.ini

05/04/2008 21:05:35|Cosmology@Home|Sending scheduler request: To fetch work. Requesting 367133 seconds of work, reporting 1 completed tasks
05/04/2008 21:05:45|Cosmology@Home|Scheduler request succeeded: got 9 new tasks
05/04/2008 21:05:47|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_033008_135156_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:47|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_033008_123911_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:48|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_033008_135156_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:48|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_033008_123911_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:48|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_033008_144009_1.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:48|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_033008_132607_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:48|Cosmology@Home|[error] MD5 check failed for params_033008_123911_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:48|Cosmology@Home|[error] expected 057fe4bdae069694a34210d265eae3c2, got d97bcf8434b7b8cf515793c1f9713c9b
05/04/2008 21:05:48|Cosmology@Home|[error] Checksum or signature error for params_033008_123911_0.ini

05/04/2008 21:05:50|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_033008_144009_1.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:50|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_033008_132607_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:50|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_033008_144009_2.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:50|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_033008_144013_1.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:50|Cosmology@Home|[error] MD5 check failed for params_033008_144009_1.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:50|Cosmology@Home|[error] expected df84a6272afeac401115dbd3f4026525, got da2126cb346b760f845eab0b45edd2f2
05/04/2008 21:05:50|Cosmology@Home|[error] Checksum or signature error for params_033008_144009_1.ini

05/04/2008 21:05:51|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_033008_144009_2.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:51|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_033008_144013_1.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:51|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_033008_144014_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:51|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_033008_144014_1.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:52|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_033008_144014_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:52|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_033008_144014_1.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:52|Cosmology@Home|Started download of params_033008_144004_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:52|Cosmology@Home|[error] MD5 check failed for params_033008_144014_0.ini
05/04/2008 21:05:52|Cosmology@Home|[error] expected 8c0c239edde002179f65674e0aa973f2, got 39f0c20f22391eb9dbddbf21dcd4a67a
05/04/2008 21:05:52|Cosmology@Home|[error] Checksum or signature error for params_033008_144014_0.ini

05/04/2008 21:05:54|Cosmology@Home|Finished download of params_033008_144004_0.ini


Not in panic mode in any way, but I thought the above dump might be useful.

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Message 5837 - Posted: 6 Apr 2008, 9:39:56 UTC
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when do you plan to release \"alpha\" C@h? I mean, when do you plan to do this and think the project will be more-less ready to change its state? I`m just curious.. :D
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Message 5839 - Posted: 6 Apr 2008, 12:51:07 UTC - in response to Message 5837.  

when do you plan to release \"alpha\" C@h? I mean, when do you plan to do this and think the project will be more-less ready to change its state? I`m just curious.. :D


G\'Day Adamo,
As I understand it, Alpha comes before Beta, therefore as Cosmology@home has now been Beta for awhile, then it has already been through Alpha.

With the current problems some people might say it is running like an Alpha project but that is just the way they perceive it.

Beta projects also have problems, even ones running full steam and out of Beta (look at Seti and tell me it does not crash every now and then).

So you missed the Alpha stage as you are in the Beta stage. The next stage is a full blown project but that requires more resources than are available at the moment (they are working on it).
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Message 5897 - Posted: 9 Apr 2008, 19:11:51 UTC

I\'m not getting any work too.

The only feedback I\'m getting is this:

Sending scheduler request: To fetch work. Requesting 11717 seconds of work, reporting 0 completed tasks.
Scheduler request succeeded: got 0 new tasks.


I\'m running boinc 5.10.44 on a 64Bit Linux.
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Message 5901 - Posted: 9 Apr 2008, 23:46:27 UTC

4/9/2008 4:49:35 PM|Cosmology@Home|Message from server: No work sent
4/9/2008 4:49:35 PM|Cosmology@Home|Message from server: (there was work but it was committed to other platforms)

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Message 5904 - Posted: 10 Apr 2008, 11:24:18 UTC

I`m getting \" no work from project \", although the
server status page shows: Results ready to send 84,212.
Tried several times today, same message.

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