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  #2443798 22-Mar-2020 14:21
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freitasm:

 

hio77:

 

is there a stats page for Rosetta@home? i can't find geekzone group on any of the bonic ones...

 

also they don't support arm64 :/

 

 

Rosetta@home Team Geekzone Boinc stats

 

 

Ta. looks like far more fun in the competition on boinc, so i'll complete these workloads then swap. 





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  #2444333 23-Mar-2020 10:46
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small start so far

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #2444336 23-Mar-2020 11:03
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I joined today but my PC's too busy with me working at home to do any folding.

 

I'm sure I'll be outside doing some gardening before too long :-)


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  #2444337 23-Mar-2020 11:05
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  #2444339 23-Mar-2020 11:08
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How are you crunching so many numbers @freitasm ? Multiple installations and/or insanely powerful CPU ?


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  #2444340 23-Mar-2020 11:08
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Moved my PC to geekzone...

 

Anyone running VMware for their lab, there was a fling released a few days ago to run an appliance: https://flings.vmware.com/vmware-appliance-for-folding-home

 

Easy way to get it working on your server as well

 

 





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  #2444344 23-Mar-2020 11:21
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elpenguino:

 

How are you crunching so many numbers @freitasm ? Multiple installations and/or insanely powerful CPU ?

 

 

I had this running for ages and only created the group so that's been for a while. I was also on SETI@home since 1999 but this has now stopped so can focus on other projects. On the other hand, just installed Boinc on my desktop - still low average units but it's a eight core multi-threaded Intel Xeon so it will ramp up soon.

 

Also, I have one of the VMs on the Geekzone box running Rosetta@home now.





 

 

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  #2444375 23-Mar-2020 11:59
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Can we perhaps move this thread or some of it? into a more appropriate section? so it gets the attention that it needs?

 

Official Geekzone Folding at Home Thread
Official Rosetta at Home Thread

 

 

 

 


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  #2444378 23-Mar-2020 12:01
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Linus Tech Tips has just done a video on Folding@Home, which is a good introduction. 

 

I've followed their howto, and just signed up (replacing their team with geekzone, team # 246916). It took all of 2 minutes, and might do some good.




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  #2444379 23-Mar-2020 12:02
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elpenguino:

 

I joined today but my PC's too busy with me working at home to do any folding.

 

I'm sure I'll be outside doing some gardening before too long :-)

 

 

I removed the CPU tasks in Folding at home and left it processing only gpu based units on mine.

 

Still using my pc works fine gtx980 in 90% usage

 

6 core 12 thread cpu

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  #2444390 23-Mar-2020 12:19
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Apsattv:

 

I removed the CPU tasks in Folding at home and left it processing only gpu based units on mine.

 

 

I installed BOINC which doesnt have such options.

 

BOINC has options to limit the CPU use and wait until idle but in my case what it needs is a CPU limit when idle and a CPU limit when busy.


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  #2444392 23-Mar-2020 12:21
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That's because Rosetta@home uses CPU only - their workloads don't work differently or better on GPUs. 





 

 

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  #2444394 23-Mar-2020 12:24
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freitasm:

 

That's because Rosetta@home uses CPU only - their workloads don't work differently or better on GPUs. 

 

 

seems like good reason to stick with F@H then

 

 





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Woot! Currently coming second! Certainly makes my R710 spool it's fans up though.

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  #2444400 23-Mar-2020 12:31
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I'm running Rosetta@home on my workstation when I am not using it along with my UnRaid server (in Docker). Just been running it for a little over a week.





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