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  #2452855 2-Apr-2020 11:42
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freitasm:

 

@Geektastic:

 

I registered on the Rosetta site but I cannot for the life of me work out how to put their software on my computer.

 

 

You use BOINC to run the work units. Download BOINC for Windows and install it. Then you select the projects you want to joining - look in the Biology and Medicine section for Rosetta@home and enter your R@H credentials. 

 

 


Ah, but I want to run it on a Mac...






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  #2452884 2-Apr-2020 12:28
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Looks like Rosetta is running out of units. I used to have at least 16 stacked up, now I've only got 5 active ones and lots of screen real-estate.


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  #2452962 2-Apr-2020 13:57
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Dratsab:

 

Looks like Rosetta is running out of units. I used to have at least 16 stacked up, now I've only got 5 active ones and lots of screen real-estate.

 

 

that usually have maintenance on a Monday/Tuesday (US time) where they stop sending units. this normally happens for 4-8 hours. as you an imagine there is a lot of catching up to do, especially when so many more people have joined recently. The computer im on ran out for about 6 hours then managed to get enough to keep going.

 

Ive changed my cache settings to store work for 1 day and additional work for 2 days on all my machines. should hopefully tide me through any down time.


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  #2452975 2-Apr-2020 14:16
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I am all out of units on Rosetta@Home. Hope to get some new soon.

 

@Geektastic - the link Mauricio shared also works for Mac.


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  #2452987 2-Apr-2020 14:34
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jarledb:

I am all out of units on Rosetta@Home. Hope to get some new soon.


@Geektastic - the link Mauricio shared also works for Mac.



Ah ok. Thanks.





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  #2453089 2-Apr-2020 15:10
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Ive had about 18 tasks since 7am this morning. they will trickle through, just check you dont have a massive server back off.


 
 
 
 


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  #2453183 2-Apr-2020 16:49
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Anyone know of legit VMware ovf files to get Rosetta@Home running.





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  #2453253 2-Apr-2020 19:10
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Just got a non COVID GPU project on FAH for Ebola. Estimated time to complete 8 hours!

 

 

 

 


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  #2453841 3-Apr-2020 14:58
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Apsattv:

 

Updated Team stats are here.. more people are requested to join the fun and make a difference.

 

Team Ranking 8256 of 243826

 

not bad for only 35 cpu's in use

 

https://stats.foldingathome.org/team/246916

 

 

Interesting we are now at 3,391. Good work folks.







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  #2454035 3-Apr-2020 18:58
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jase2985  i'm coming after u

 

Borgus has a high WU count for such a low point count

 

Not bad for only 50 or so users~!

 

 


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Ge0rge: I see the Rosetta application has gone from version 4.08 to 4.12. The newer version work units seems to take a little less time to process, at least for me. I haven't updated the Boinc client at all - mines running in a container - and I've got both versions processing together at once.


It would appear that I was wrong about this. I've gone from averaging around 8 hours per WU to around 21 hours. My average credit has moved very little, and I haven't changed the settings for the container at all - it looks like I'm still doing the same amount of work as the 4.08 version, but the 4.12 units are bigger perhaps?

Anyone else seen a change in processing time?


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  #2454089 3-Apr-2020 21:28
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For some reason I keep getting "Computation error" on all tasks. Have tried to reset the project but that didn't help.

 


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I've also joined Folding@Home Team Geekzone team # 246916. 😀 yaay!


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