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CEP2 Problemlösung

#41 Post by rebirther » 26.10.2010, 17:11

Das CEP2 Problem mit der Downloadgeschwindigkeit wurde mit folgendem Fix behoben, keine Änderung mehr an der client_state.xml erforderlich!

DeviceManger -->Project Specific Settings-->Run The Clean Energy Project - Phase 2 without restrictions? =yes

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#42 Post by rebirther » 08.11.2010, 18:55

CEP 2 gibts jetzt endlich auch für windows offiziell!

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#43 Post by rebirther » 17.03.2011, 19:03

64bit in Vorbereitung für alle aktiven Projekte, Vorteil natürlich schnellere Berechnung.

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#44 Post by Rafael » 13.05.2011, 19:06

Schön zu sehen, dass es immer wieder Neuerungen gibt.

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#45 Post by rebirther » 31.08.2011, 19:58

Neues Unterprojekt: Drug Search for Leishmaniasis

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#46 Post by rebirther » 05.09.2011, 05:47

Alle WUs des DSfL Projektes enden mit exit code -195. Die Admins werkeln grade an neuem Batch. Erst morgen gibts wieder Arbeit.

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#47 Post by rebirther » 14.11.2011, 18:13

Neues Unterprojekt: GO Fight Against Malaria

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#48 Post by rebirther » 22.02.2012, 17:05

Neues Unterprojekt: Say No to Schistosoma

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#49 Post by rebirther » 13.03.2012, 14:49

News from HCC on GPU
CPU runtime averages 4,092 seconds (single threaded) on an Intel Xeon, but only 65 seconds on an NVIDIA Tesla C2050

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#51 Post by rebirther » 18.05.2013, 19:48

Weiß jemand zu welchem Unterprojekt die App zählt?

XtremeSystems Crunches Cancer

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#52 Post by rebirther » 28.05.2013, 18:52

Wie schon vermutet kommt doch als nächstes noch ein Krebs-Projekt hinzu, hier mal ein Status-update:
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With centuries of donated computing time, volunteers have finished the computations for several popular research projects. Thank you! But there's still more work to do, as well as new projects and new features ahead!



World Community Grid proves its worth
At the beginning of the year, there were eleven projects running on World Community Grid: an all-time high. Thanks to the hours, months and years of computing time donated by volunteers like you, several projects have recently completed their work on the Grid:

The Help Conquer Cancer project wrapped up in May, about 2.5 years sooner than expected. The addition of GPU computations accelerated the timeframe for this project, and researchers at the Ontario Cancer Institute are already combing through the raw data provided by World Community Grid. We look forward to their publication of exciting and useful findings in the months ahead.
Help Cure Muscular Dystrophy – Phase 2 has been in final validation of the results for the past several months, and that process is now complete. The researchers have received the last of the results so they can begin their analysis.
Discovering Dengue Drugs Together – Phase 2 was a success of a different kind: researchers discovered that the computational method used for the last phase of the project was not reliably refining the screening for the best drug candidates, so they decided to take the project offline while they rethink their technique. They are, however, testing some of the compounds identified by the first phase of their drug screening. While this kind of development may seem frustrating, it’s a vital part of advancing scientific research in general and grid computing research in particular.

In addition, two more projects, Human Proteome Folding- Phase 2 and Go Fight Against Malaria, will be finishing within the next few weeks. Both projects generated valuable data during their participation in World Community Grid. In the case of Go Fight Against Malaria, while phase 1 of the research is complete, the research team hopes to begin a second phase sometime in the future. The Human Proteome Folding project is a larger and ongoing initiative that is being closed due to governmental budget cuts. However, thanks to World Community Grid, the researchers have a vast store of completed computations - data that has been made available to and is already being used by the larger scientific community!

The project pipeline and what’s ahead
The World Community Grid team hasn’t been idle throughout this busy time. Even though the Grid was running a record number of projects, we have kept vetting applications for new projects to run and working behind the scenes to improve the experience for everyone involved: researchers as well as volunteers.
We’re happy to announce that a new project from the Ontario Cancer Institute is in the works! Stay tuned for the reveal of the project name and description later this summer! There are several other projects in the pipeline, so rest assured that you will still be able to contribute to important research.
To help you take advantage of more recent BOINC features, we’ll be adopting BOINC client version 7 soon. Beta testing will begin within the next few weeks, and you can expect the official announcement shortly thereafter.
Thousands of you responded to our volunteer questionnaire a few months ago and gave us vital insights into the present and the future of our volunteer team. We’ll be getting in touch to share the results and opinions with you, and to let you know how your responses are shaping the future of World Community Grid.
And we have one or two surprises in store – watch this space!

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#53 Post by rebirther » 08.11.2013, 18:30

New subproject: Mapping Cancer Markers

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#54 Post by rebirther » 14.10.2014, 21:01

New subproject: Uncovering Genome Mysteries

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#55 Post by rebirther » 04.12.2014, 16:25

New subproject: Outsmart Ebola Together

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#56 Post by Buckey » 14.11.2015, 12:37

Ist jemandem vielleicht bekannt ob die neue FAH v2 App für AVX geeignet ist ?
In den WU´s steht ganz am Anfang FAH2_avx.....
Ich habe schon mal mit und ohne AVX auf einem Xeon E1231v3 probiert, wobei die WU´s mit AVX ~8,5 Std brauchen und mit HT ~ 10 Std.

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#57 Post by rebirther » 14.11.2015, 17:01

Buckey wrote:Ist jemandem vielleicht bekannt ob die neue FAH v2 App für AVX geeignet ist ?
In den WU´s steht ganz am Anfang FAH2_avx.....
Ich habe schon mal mit und ohne AVX auf einem Xeon E1231v3 probiert, wobei die WU´s mit AVX ~8,5 Std brauchen und mit HT ~ 10 Std.
Ich werde die app erst zum Challenge das erste Mal starten, Zeiten kann ich leider im Moment nicht vergleichen.

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#58 Post by DoctorNow » 14.11.2015, 17:37

Buckey wrote:Ist jemandem vielleicht bekannt ob die neue FAH v2 App für AVX geeignet ist ?
In den WU´s steht ganz am Anfang FAH2_avx.....
Glaub ich eher nicht. Ich kann's zwar noch nicht belegen (habe kürzlich meine 90 Tage voll gemacht, bald darauf aber auf einen AMD FX 8320 gewechselt und könnte das jetzt testen, aber es gibt grade keine WUs.
Im Forum ist die Frage auch schon aufgekommen, aber jemand meint, das hat nix mit AVX zu tun und steht halt bloß im WU-Namen...
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#59 Post by DoctorNow » 15.11.2015, 10:41

Also ich hab gestern Abend noch ein paar WUs bekommen und die auf meinem Rechner mit AVX durchlaufen lassen. Kann aber wirklich bestätigen, daß die WUs kein AVX nutzen - die Laufzeit war nur geringfügig schneller als mit dem alten Prozessor, der kein AVX hatte (um die 12-13 Stunden i.d.R.). Was letztenendes aber nur daran liegt, daß der neue jetzt 0.1 GHz schneller ist. ;-)
Als Beispiel hier zwei Links - 1 und 2
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#60 Post by Buckey » 15.11.2015, 13:22

Danke für die Info

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