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  #2444412 23-Mar-2020 12:40
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michaelmurfy:

I'm running Rosetta@home on my workstation when I am not using it along with my UnRaid server (in Docker).



Likewise, and for a similar amount of time.

Have you limited it to cores or a % of cpu usage at all?

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  #2444416 23-Mar-2020 12:42
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I am limiting at 75% of cores - six out of eight and to 75% CPU usage total.





 
 
 
 


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  #2444450 23-Mar-2020 13:14
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Mine is set to 100% on both CPU and GPU

 

Boinc is pretty good at letting go of resources when you use the PC, or game.


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  #2444831 23-Mar-2020 19:22
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@Ge0rge Limited to 4/8 cores for me. My UnRaid server can get quite busy and hosts quite a bit. Just doing my best to do my part.





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  #2444962 23-Mar-2020 21:33
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It appears folding has no more work units..... 


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  #2444980 23-Mar-2020 21:56
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It's middle of the night in the US, more will pop up again once they start to wake up.




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  #2445046 23-Mar-2020 22:24
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elpenguino:

 

It appears folding has no more work units..... 

 

 

Check the log, you wil lsee what its up to sometime pausing it and restarting will try fetching from a different server. Or just leave it going set on FULL.

 

 

 

LTT did a video on it today so expect its under strain again

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KU4qOebhkfs

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  #2445056 23-Mar-2020 22:34
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09:28:05:ERROR:WU01:FS00:Exception: Could not get an assignment

 

It's away now, changed from a GPU WU to CPU.

 

I'll let FAH fight it out with BOINC for CPU cycles overnight :-)


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  #2445063 23-Mar-2020 22:43
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elpenguino:

It appears folding has no more work units..... 

their servers are just very slow right now. Particularly gpu workloads.




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  #2445067 23-Mar-2020 22:52
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The LTT video mentions that they will try and help out by hosting a WU server

 

 

 

 


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  #2445121 24-Mar-2020 06:51
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im doing folding on my GPU and Rosetta on my CPU. still managing to get enough for both.


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  #2445425 24-Mar-2020 13:00
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I'd run it on Miss 19s gaming computer (which she brought from her brother when he moved away last year), but it's rather power hungry and I'm not sure I want the power bill! I've set up BOINC on a Mac and old Surface Pro 4, and for now it's all they're doing.




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Stu: I'd run it on Miss 19s gaming computer (which she brought from her brother when he moved away last year), but it's rather power hungry and I'm not sure I want the power bill! I've set up BOINC on a Mac and old Surface Pro 4, and for now it's all they're doing.

 

I wonder whats more efficient in terms of power usage? Running CPU only tasks at full throttle or just the GPU based work units?

 

I've turned off all CPU projects on mine. I Only have a single GTX 980 running stocks speeds

 

 

 

 


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  #2445669 24-Mar-2020 19:15
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I have decided to run Rosetta@Home for CPU tasks and Folding@Home for GPU tasks. Unfortunatelly it seems Folding@Home ran out of tasks to process...





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