per-app top lists
Source:  Wildlife@Home
dimanche 28 septembre 2014 19:43

I've added per-app top lists for the sub projects. Unfortunately given the way things are in the database it's a little tricky to add per-sub project top lists, but I've got that on the to do list. But anyways, if you go to Top Lists in the navbar, you can check out the per-app top lists for the three sub projects.


[dna] updated linux 64 bit application
Source:  Wildlife@Home
dimanche 28 septembre 2014 18:22

I've updated the 64 bit linux application to 0.45, libgcc should be linked statically now, which I believe should fix the errors people have been seeing. Let me know if it's working.


[dna] credit loss fixed
Source:  Wildlife@Home
dimanche 28 septembre 2014 17:56

Conan had noted that his DNA@Home credit had dropped a bit when I made the swap over to BOINC's new per-app credit system. Turns out I had put the credit from the old DNA@Home database into the new system, as opposed to the credit from the old DNA@Home database + new DNA@Home credit gained here on CSG. This should be fixed now.


stats export now working with BOINC per-app credit
Source:  Wildlife@Home
dimanche 28 septembre 2014 00:07

Hit a couple snags, but I think everything is working now. CSG should be exporting statistics using BOINC's new per-app credit. Credit from DNA@Home and SubsetSum@Home from linked accounts should be added to the per-app credit for export. Linking should still work (and will update per-app credit in the new system). Let me know if you're having any problems!


please check your teams
Source:  Wildlife@Home
samedi 27 septembre 2014 23:41

I had a minor issue upgrading things to use the new credit system, and some of your teams might have been un-set. I think this only will happen to users with no credit on any project. I've put in a request to get a backup of this information from the database, but for the time being you might want to double check that you have joined the right team -- as I probably won't get it until monday. Very very sorry about this!


disregard previous stats export message
Source:  Wildlife@Home
samedi 27 septembre 2014 22:41

I'm updating things to use the new boinc per-app credit system. Should have it done soon-ish.


Current experiment finished - last six a5_1_114_* instances solved
Source:  SAT@home
lundi 29 septembre 2014 16:12

Instance a5_1_114_5 solved by toest from TSC! Russia and Winer from BOINC RUSSIA

Instance a5_1_114_6 solved by Lavoler from Russia Team and ChertseyAl

Instance a5_1_114_7 solved by Crystal Spirit from Crystal dream and mi5rys from Crystal Dream

Instance a5_1_114_8 solved by morgan from Team Norway and Igo Centrical from Russia Team

Instance a5_1_114_9 solved by Shurale from Astronomy.Ru forum and Shaman from Czech National Team

Instance a5_1_114_10 solved by Grey from Russia and Mixa from Russia Team and Владимир from TSC! Russia and plumbum from Russia Team.


PrimeGrid is back!
Source:  PrimeGrid
lundi 29 septembre 2014 19:41

We had a bit of an exciting weekend, and what was originally a planned maintenance downtime of a few hours turned into a two day "rebuild and upgrade everything" challenge. We're back up now, and once the DNS name for the new server propagates throughout the Internet everyone should be able to connect again. For more information, please see this discussion.


New CUDA65 beta app
Source:  GPUGrid
lundi 29 septembre 2014 11:49

Dear all, please give the new acemdbeta app, ver 845, a work out. This supports all GPUs now. It's Windows only - if you don't get WUs, you'll need to update your driver. Matt


Changes to scheduling policy
Source:  GPUGrid
lundi 29 septembre 2014 10:09

Hi all, In attempt to rationalise the rules for assigning WUS to crunchers, I've made some changes to the underlying scheduler program. Here are the new rules: * If you have a GM204 you will get a CUDA65 application, or nothing if your driver is too old * If you have a GM107 you will get a CUDA60 application, or nothing if your driver is too old * If you have a Fermi or Kepler you will get a CUDA60 application, or CUDA42 if your driver is too old * If you have a Fermi card you will get a CUDA60 application if your driver is new enough, or a CUDA42 application if not. * The CUDA55 application is retired. A significant change is that we are now scheduling based on the CUDA version that the driver supports, rather than the driver version number. This greatly simplifies things on our side, as we no longer have to track the many different driver release branches. It does, however, expose us to problems if a driver incorrectly reports its capabilities. CUDA 5.0 and 5.5 were particularly bad for that, but I've not seen it for the 6 releases. Matt



   

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