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F@H OS Stats

Postby TomJohnson » Thu Mar 19, 2020 7:41 pm

Please fix "Bad Gateway" when going to F@H OS Stats to see how many additional Folders/CPUs/GPUs have been added to our group.
iMac 15,1 27" 5K Retina Intel i7 4.0 GHz Dual Quad 24 GB RAM 1 TB Fusion OS 10.10
Mac Pro 5,1 3.06 GHz 12 Core 52 Gig RAM OS 10.9.5 -- Plus 20 more
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Re: F@H OS Stats

Postby bruce » Thu Mar 19, 2020 8:00 pm

Please tell your friends to stop checking their points so often. The "bad gateway" is telling you that it's too busy to accept your query.
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Re: F@H OS Stats

Postby MrFrizzy » Thu Mar 19, 2020 11:13 pm

You could also use third party sites like EOC. Here is a link to your team's stat page: https://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/team_summary.php?s=&t=1971
S1: AMD R5 3600 & Sapphire RX 5700 XT Reference @2.1GHz under water
S2: Intel Xeon E5-2620v3 & MSI GTX 1650

RX 5700 XT Project & PPD Tracking Spreadsheet

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Re: F@H OS Stats

Postby TomJohnson » Fri Mar 20, 2020 6:45 am

These are the Stats that I was looking for - https://stats.foldingathome.org/os
Total CPUs have grown from 2,155,628 up to 8,355,996 :)
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Re: F@H OS Stats

Postby Hypocritus » Fri Mar 20, 2020 10:39 am

This is exciting news. However as of this posting the total CPU cores is showing as 2,970,711.
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Re: F@H OS Stats

Postby TomJohnson » Fri Mar 20, 2020 4:36 pm

The former OS Stats information chart format was changed overnight - https://stats.foldingathome.org/os
The bottom line is that we now have an overall substantial increase in total WU processing capacity as follows -
CPUs went from 110,685 up to 386,529, increasing by a factor of 3.5
CPU cores went from 327,712 up to 2,970,711, increasing by a factor of 9.0
TFLOPS went from 47,344 up to 473,938, increasing by a factor of 10.0
x86TFLOPS went from 98,747 up to 958,011, increasing by a factor of 9.7

Thanks to all of the F@H Family associated with this endeavor to help eradicate this current virus threat. :)
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Re: F@H OS Stats

Postby Jesse_V » Fri Mar 20, 2020 5:18 pm

TomJohnson wrote:The former OS Stats information chart format was changed overnight - https://stats.foldingathome.org/os
The bottom line is that we now have an overall substantial increase in total WU processing capacity as follows -
CPUs went from 110,685 up to 386,529, increasing by a factor of 3.5
CPU cores went from 327,712 up to 2,970,711, increasing by a factor of 9.0
TFLOPS went from 47,344 up to 473,938, increasing by a factor of 10.0
x86TFLOPS went from 98,747 up to 958,011, increasing by a factor of 9.7

Thanks to all of the F@H Family associated with this endeavor to help eradicate this current virus threat. :)


Do you have a screenshot? I can't even load the page right now. Are we seriously, seriously at 958 petaFLOPS?
F@h is now the top computing platform on the planet and nothing unites people like a dedicated fight against a common enemy. This virus affects all of us. Lets end it together.
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Re: F@H OS Stats

Postby Jonazz » Fri Mar 20, 2020 5:27 pm

copy paste from the page:

473.938 TFLOPS
958.011 x86 TFLOPS

What is the difference between 'normal' TFLOPS and x86 TFLOPS?
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Re: F@H OS Stats

Postby TomJohnson » Fri Mar 20, 2020 5:30 pm

Jesse_V wrote:
TomJohnson wrote:The former OS Stats information chart format was changed overnight - https://stats.foldingathome.org/os
The bottom line is that we now have an overall substantial increase in total WU processing capacity as follows -
CPUs went from 110,685 up to 386,529, increasing by a factor of 3.5
CPU cores went from 327,712 up to 2,970,711, increasing by a factor of 9.0
TFLOPS went from 47,344 up to 473,938, increasing by a factor of 10.0
x86TFLOPS went from 98,747 up to 958,011, increasing by a factor of 9.7

Thanks to all of the F@H Family associated with this endeavor to help eradicate this current virus threat. :)


Do you have a screenshot? I can't even load the page right now. Are we seriously, seriously at 958K petaFLOPS?


Yes, all of the figures quoted above were from the updated chart.
PM me with your Email address for screen shot. I cannot get screen shot to load via Img or Code from menu bar above.
This feature should be added to the menu bar.
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Re: F@H OS Stats

Postby bruce » Fri Mar 20, 2020 5:40 pm

If you can open https://foldingathome.org/support/faq/flops/ you'll get the full story.

Those who sell hardware count one simple operation (Multiply&Add) which reports the largest number but doesn't represent what's actually happening.

Most computers actually have a large set of complex operations and they don't all teke the same mount of time. That set depends on the exact hardware.
Simple representative question: Can your computer calculate a Square Root in a single OP? [Maybe, but not on an X86]
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Re: F@H OS Stats

Postby Jonazz » Fri Mar 20, 2020 5:44 pm

bruce wrote:If you can open https://foldingathome.org/support/faq/flops/ you'll get the full story.

Those who sell hardware count one simple operation (Multiply&Add) which reports the largest number but doesn't represent what's actually happening.

Most computers actually have a large set of complex operations and they don't all teke the same mount of time. That set depends on the exact hardware.
Simple representative question: Can your computer calculate a Square Root in a single OP? [Maybe, but not on an X86]


Thanks for the link!
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Re: F@H OS Stats

Postby marook » Sat Mar 21, 2020 2:18 pm

Why is FaH not using GPU's in MacOS?

It seems as if it's not adding it by default, and when I add the GPU manually as a slot, the workserver is listed as 192.0.2.1 every time. That is, off course, not a workserver it can connect to!
It finds my Nvidia GTX 780M GPU.
Do I need to install CUDA og OpenCL?
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Re: F@H OS Stats

Postby anandhanju » Sat Mar 21, 2020 2:59 pm

marook, GPU folding is not supported under MacOS at this see. See https://foldingathome.org/support/faq/i ... uirements/

Perhaps at some point in the future, this will be added into the software.
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Re: F@H OS Stats

Postby Nathan_P » Sat Mar 21, 2020 3:02 pm

There are issues with opencl in MacOS which prevent F@H from working, until apple fixes it there is nothing that can be done.
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Re: F@H OS Stats

Postby Joe_H » Sat Mar 21, 2020 5:24 pm

More correctly, Apple took 2 or 3 years to fix OpenCL and release the fix, by then few GPUs installed in current and older Mac's were usable. Most just had Intel graphics which have never been supported for folding. So there was a decision not to use their limited development resources on creating and testing a core for OS X. Recent models have included more GPUs that could be used, but now Apple has deprecated OpenCL in favor of Metal. While OpenCL is still available, that raises uncertainty over how long it will be.
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