Collatz Sieve 1.08 Released for Windows
Source:  Collatz Conjecture
samedi 15 août 2015 01:55

The 1.07 added variable sieve sizes but introduced a bug in the kernel that was causing it to returning results outside the bounds of the numbers being checked which results in them being invalid. Version 1.08 should fix that problem. Please let me know if you run into any difficulties.


Collartz Sieve v1.07 released for Windows
Source:  Collatz Conjecture
jeudi 13 août 2015 19:56

A new version of the Collatz Sieve application has been released for Windows. The Collatz Sieve app is still listed as a beta/test application so you will need to check that in your preferences in order to get work. I added a sieve_size parameter to the config file in version 1.07 which controls not only the sieve size used but also affects the items per kernel. I also modified the default values to those found to work on all of my various nVidia and AMD gpus with 99% GPU utilization and reasonable video response. Macintosh and Linux versions should be available sometime next week.


Open science: sharing our clean water breakthrough data with all scientists
Source:  World Community Grid News and Updates
mercredi 5 août 2015 18:45

The Computing for Clean Water team is pleased to announce that the breakthrough paper we published online last month on the use of nanotechnology for more efficient water filtration will be available in the August print edition of Nature Nanotechnology. With our results published, we're now making the underlying data available to other interested scientists and discussing the attention our work has gotten, both from international experts in the field and from the world media.


Hidden in plain sight: E@H discovery of an elusive gamma-ray pulsar
Source:  Einstein@Home
mercredi 5 août 2015 10:27

We are glad to announce the discovery of a new gamma-ray pulsar hidden in plain sight in data from the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope. The object has been discovered by the computers of Connor Barry of Lafayette, Colorado, USA and Rich Johnson of Hayward, California, USA -- Congratulations! The scientific paper has been published in the Astrophysical Journal Letters. An open-access preprint version is found here. To learn more about it, check out the press release (a German version is also available here). Thanks to everyone participating in Einstein@Home and enabling such exciting discoveries! Holger Pletsch, Project Scientist and Research Group Leader


Firmware upgrade: Saturday, August 8, 2015 at 01:00 UTC
Source:  World Community Grid News and Updates
mardi 4 août 2015 23:32

A firmware upgrade will be performed on Saturday, August 8th.


Linux versions of GARLI temporarily deprecated
Source:  The Lattice Project
lundi 3 août 2015 20:38

I have had to temporarily deactivate our Linux versions of GARLI due to a bug preventing all workunits from completing properly under our new phased workunit scheme. Hopefully this bug will be resolved relatively soon; in the meantime, my apologies to our Linux users.


Project News 3 august 2015
Source:  Leiden Classical
lundi 3 août 2015 00:00

Today the server hardware was upgraded.


Fix for stderr.txt Truncation and Validation Errors
Source:  Milkyway@home
jeudi 23 juillet 2015 14:49

Hey Everyone,

BOINC has released a new version of the BOINC client (7.6.6) which fixes a known bug causing ~3% validation errors on MilkyWay@home and other projects. Please update your clients soon to fix this issue. For more info please see my thread in number crunching here.

Jake W.


Fresh work available! Come get yours!
Source:  Moo! Wrapper
mercredi 22 juillet 2015 20:48

Keymaster is back online, at least temporarily pending more hardware replacements, so we are now generating fresh work for your hungry computers. Come get some and get your crunch on!

Thanks for your patience and understanding during this extended work outage due to upstream keymaster hardware failure.


OGR: new work available
Source:  yoyo@home
mercredi 22 juillet 2015 00:00

The distributed.net central key master is back online and our personal proxy fills with stubs. The workunit generator is now able to produce fresh OGR workunits.



   

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