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1) Message boards : News : Re-starting the project! (Message 1423)
Posted 1 Apr 2018 by Conan
I can not get any to run my Win XP 32 bit PC either.
HOST 190167

Task fail immediately upon start with "Exit status -1073741515 (0xffffffffc0000135) Unknown error number"

EXAMPLE: Task 200594
Stderr output <core_client_version>7.9.2</core_client_version> <![CDATA[ <message> (unknown error) - exit code -1073741515 (0xc0000135)</message> ]]>


Gave up crunching this project on that host several days ago.


Still getting Output File Absent and also the above error code on my Windows XP 32 bit computer.
Seems to be not compatible with Windows XP and/or 32 bit OS systems.
Have also stopped work on this computer.

Conan
2) Message boards : News : Re-starting the project! (Message 1420)
Posted 30 Mar 2018 by Conan
My Windows XP 32 bit computer fails all tasks, so have stopped that computer. However my Linux 64 bit computers have no problems with the tasks.


I have just run a few more work units on my Windows XP 32 bit machine.

They all failed with the message that the Output File was Absent.

Have made another anti-virus adjustment to see if that is the issue, just need some work to test the change.

Conan
3) Message boards : News : Thanks to beta testers (Message 1416)
Posted 29 Mar 2018 by Conan
Dear volunteers,
The role of beta tester is crucial for the development of this project. They compute when errors can easily occur and risking not getting a reward in the form of credits. From today, we want to thank all these volunteers a little more for their work and we want to do it in a public way. We have added a new badge for Beta testers and a new classification with the credit obtained in beta applications (http://denis.usj.es/denisathome/top_beta_users.php). Now you can identify them easily.

Thank you very much for your commitment to the project.

Best,
Jesús.


And thank you Chus, for keeping this project going and for all your hard work. Without your effort to keep things running smoothly, then we wouldn't have the work to process so that we could help you much as we have.

Thanks again

Conan
4) Message boards : News : Problems in the server (Message 1388)
Posted 24 Mar 2018 by Conan
I lost a bit over 2,000 points. But I will get that back fairly quickly when I get some more work.

Conan
5) Message boards : News : Re-starting the project! (Message 1371)
Posted 22 Mar 2018 by Conan
My i7's pending Pueyo_APDR task has been cancelled on the server side.

The 61.9MB _0 file for a CLVPET_Block_Kr_15 task is currently being uploaded. It hasn't been compressed, and the size drops to 8.5MB when it is.


So has my WU, but another has already been sent out so I don't know if that will validate my WU when it is returned.

Conan
6) Message boards : News : Re-starting the project! (Message 1370)
Posted 22 Mar 2018 by Conan
I don't get any tasks at all; neither on my Windows nor on my Linux machines.


My Windows XP 32 bit computer fails all tasks, so have stopped that computer. However my Linux 64 bit computers have no problems with the tasks.

If you are not getting any tasks, check your settings in both your account here at the project and BOINC Manager to see if there could be a problem, also your anti-virus might be the problem.

Conan
7) Message boards : News : Re-starting the project! (Message 1365)
Posted 22 Mar 2018 by Conan
The upload file size varies quite a bit.

I have seen 1.8 MB, 55 MB and 183 MB. so possibly different parameters.

The 183 MB file was for a WU that ran for well over 1 hour longer than the other ones I was running at the time, see this WU. Same type as Thyme Lawn has reported.

Conan
8) Message boards : News : Re-starting the project! (Message 1359)
Posted 22 Mar 2018 by Conan
Add me to that list of unable to upload files.

Permissions problem perhaps?

Conan
9) Message boards : News : Problems in the server (Message 1268)
Posted 29 Jun 2017 by Conan
Thank you for restoring my overall total, much appreciated.
Pity the computer totals could not be restored as well, they no longer add up to anywhere near the overall total, but that is not important.

Thanks again for your hard work getting the project back close to where it was before the crash.

Conan
10) Message boards : News : CoMetS Track Best Paper Award (Message 884)
Posted 18 Jun 2016 by Conan
Good to see the work is progressing in the right direction.

Has all post processing been done and new work coming out?

Or more behind the scenes work still to do?

Conan
11) Message boards : News : New WUs Generation will be paused (Message 775)
Posted 22 Jan 2016 by Conan
I noticed you released a small batch of tasks for "Beta Testing Version of D.E.N.I.S Application"

Does this mean:

1. We'll see some more beta testing? (as all the tasks were gobbled up)
Yes, we have launch a small group of WUs, which will be bigger if all of those WUs ends correctly. The beta version will be in continuous develop so we will generate new WUs to test in different users and computer configurations
2. The production app will be called "D.E.N.I.S Application"?
The name isn't definitive but for now yes. DENIS will be the common application with different models inside, this is why it's name isn't the one of the model (as the previous one) In the future, each version will have a post in the web page explaining what it have inside. The beta version([url]http://denis.usj.es/the-project/how-it-works/) of the app is the "Kalium"(http://denis.usj.es/denis-kalium/) version of the app.
3. The previous app is completely retired, never to be seen again?
This version is an improvement of the previous one. The optimized version of the app can be modified to work with this new version of the app because the main optimization was in the model and this part have been unmodified.

Thanks!

S.


I hope that answer you ;) , Best Regards, Joel.


Going on these posts, I take it that I have to remove my app_info.xml file or does it just have to be modified so I can receive the current Beta work? If all it needs is to be modified then what are the correct file names and application name?

Thanks
Conan
12) Message boards : Number crunching : Optimized app ? (Message 677)
Posted 12 Nov 2015 by Conan
On one machine, from time to time (17 WUs in 5 days), I'm getting this :

<core_client_version>7.6.9</core_client_version>
<![CDATA[
<message>
finish file present too long
</message>
<stderr_txt>
Optimized by Sesef v1.5.5 (SSE3) 2015
OpT:1800000.000000
DT:0.002000
F:50
InT:1799000.000000
09:38:50 (3348): called boinc_finish(0)

</stderr_txt>


And the task fails with the following error : 194 (0xc2) EXIT_ABORTED_BY_CLIENT

On another machine, I also got a couple of these :

<core_client_version>7.6.9</core_client_version>
<![CDATA[
<message>
Fonction incorrecte.
(0x1) - exit code 1 (0x1)
</message>
<stderr_txt>
Optimized by Sesef v1.6.1 (AVX2) 2015
OpT:1800000.000000
DT:0.002000
F:50
InT:1799000.000000

</stderr_txt>


And the task fails with the following error : 1 (0x1) Unknown error number

Does anyone know what's wrong ?

No one ?

I'm still getting some "finish file present too long" errors sometimes ...


G'Day toTOW,

I don't really know what might be at issue but I did notice that the computer you are having the most issues with (it has had 94 errors) is ID: 48314, an i7 with 8 CPUs and 4GB RAM.
Could the amount of RAM be the issue as it has the least memory (your i3 has 12GB and other i7's have up to 16Gb), if the computer runs out of memory and sits there waiting till it can get some it could be generating the long finish files?

Just a thought.

Conan
13) Message boards : Number crunching : Long Running Task (Message 470)
Posted 14 Sep 2015 by Conan
It is GD_jcarro_20150903001429000000_CRLP_Exp_Design_1_conf_4619_2

See Task 14737515

It is at 9 hours 35 minutes and counting at the moment.

Thanks
Conan


It eventually reported fine after 11 Hours, but gave very poor credit (10 cr/h) probably due to the other returned result only recording 1,655 seconds run time.
Mine took a Run Time 40,465.05 CPU Time 39,788.40 Credit 115.46

No idea why it has taken so long to run, glad it was a successful result but for the effort at least double points would of been nice.

Conan
14) Message boards : Number crunching : Long Running Task (Message 468)
Posted 14 Sep 2015 by Conan
It is GD_jcarro_20150903001429000000_CRLP_Exp_Design_1_conf_4619_2

See Task 14737515

It is at 9 hours 35 minutes and counting at the moment.

Thanks
Conan
15) Message boards : Number crunching : Long Running Task (Message 465)
Posted 14 Sep 2015 by Conan
I have a Dennis work unit that has been running for over 9 Hours so far, still using a full core.

Are there a few really long running work units in the current batch?

The longest I have had recently has been 9,500 seconds (2.64 hours).

The work unit is running on a Windows XP 32 bit AMD Phenom 955 computer.

Thanks
Conan
16) Message boards : News : New v1.05 DENIS Application (Message 313)
Posted 17 Jun 2015 by Conan
(Sorry for my english)

Hello everyone! I choose "DENIS@home" and "Update" in actions of my BOINC manager. Is it mean that my manager get new version, or i do something wrong? :)

Great thanks to developers and scientists of that project!


All your current tasks are version 1.05, so all OK.

Conan
17) Message boards : News : Temporaly stop of new WUs (Message 299)
Posted 17 Jun 2015 by Conan
Hi!

The problem was solved, now the validator works and the flow of WUs is also working ok.

Best regards, Joel.


Thanks for that, and thanks for the update.

Conan
18) Message boards : News : New v1.04 DENIS Application (Message 267)
Posted 4 Jun 2015 by Conan
Now you have the new application out will there be a correction for all the 64 Bit work units that passed through the 32 Bit computers and gave such low run times when they should not have run at all?

Were these work units faulty? Or did you get valid results from them?

If they were faulty are they going to be reissued to be re-run and re-validated?

And what happens to all credit that has been granted (there is a lot of it, for example one 2 core host has over 1,900,000 points) for these hosts that ran the wrong software version and gave what appeared to be incorrect results?

I suppose we will have to wait to see if the new software version has actually fixed the issue.

Conan
19) Message boards : Number crunching : Credit New ? (Message 262)
Posted 3 Jun 2015 by Conan
It looks like there is another very fast 2 core host Host 2617
Between 6 and 40 seconds per work unit.

Conan

A couple more:

http://denis.usj.es/denisathome/show_host_detail.php?hostid=2408

http://denis.usj.es/denisathome/show_host_detail.php?hostid=3113


All so far appear to be 2 core Intel CPU's (Pentium (R) and (D) and a Core 2 Duo), plus they are 32 Bit.
Unknown if that is anything to go by.
They don't get much when paired together, but they get through thousands of work units.

Conan


Yep, we are trying to minimize the number of operations that can do those hosts. At the moment, the faulty host that we have found have a limit of 100 operations per day.

The main problem is that they are getting v1.03 version.

Regards, Joel.


Yes, interesting, as they are not 64 Bit but 32 Bit so they should be failing the work units not processing them.

Conan
20) Message boards : Number crunching : Credit New ? (Message 260)
Posted 2 Jun 2015 by Conan
It looks like there is another very fast 2 core host Host 2617
Between 6 and 40 seconds per work unit.

Conan

A couple more:

http://denis.usj.es/denisathome/show_host_detail.php?hostid=2408

http://denis.usj.es/denisathome/show_host_detail.php?hostid=3113


All so far appear to be 2 core Intel CPU's (Pentium (R) and (D) and a Core 2 Duo), plus they are 32 Bit.
Unknown if that is anything to go by.
They don't get much when paired together, but they get through thousands of work units.

Conan


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