HFM.NET - Monitoring Application for Folding@Home v7

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Re: HFM.NET - Client Monitoring Application for Folding@Home

Postby ChelseaOilman » Fri Mar 05, 2010 8:29 am

Wrish wrote:Is there a trick to get HFM.NET on a Windows installation to parse a UNIX-style FAHLog.txt? I'm using Ubuntu to run -bigadv with a Samba share, and while I can access the FAH folder fine from my Windows network, the log files contain <LF> instead of <CR><LF> line breaks

I monitor 4 Ubuntu machines and 6 Windows machines with HFM. I don't see any difference in how any of the logs look in the viewer. They all look fine. Maybe I'm misunderstanding what your seeing. Can you post a screenshot?
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Re: HFM.NET - Client Monitoring Application for Folding@Home

Postby Tobit » Fri Mar 05, 2010 8:57 am

ChelseaOilman wrote:I monitor 4 Ubuntu machines and 6 Windows machines with HFM. I don't see any difference in how any of the logs look in the viewer. They all look fine. Maybe I'm misunderstanding what your seeing. Can you post a screenshot?

I think he is referring to when he right clicks on a client and selects "view cached log file" which spawns an external viewer, notepad by default, to view the log file. What you can do, is go into the preferences and change the external viewer, located under the options tab, to wordpad instead of notepad.
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Re: HFM.NET - Client Monitoring Application for Folding@Home

Postby Wrish » Fri Mar 05, 2010 2:39 pm

Yay! Fixed my problem this morning. It seems to have nothing to do with UNIX line breaks. HFM message window (verbose) contained this error message:

[3/5/2010-8:28:34 AM] X HFM.Instances.ClientInstance.Retrieve (i7 Linux-SMP) Threw Exception: Could not find a Unit Start Index.

I deleted the FAHLog.txt file and restarted the -bigadv client, and now HFM parses it just fine. I had accidentally started FAH twice early on and think the overlapping log messages tripped HFM up. Culprit pasted below, it's about 80% of the way down, right after "Press any key to exit":

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--- Opening Log file [March 5 03:56:09 UTC]


# Linux SMP Console Edition ###################################################
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                       Folding@Home Client Version 6.29

                          http://folding.stanford.edu

###############################################################################
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Launch directory: /home/wrish/fah
Executable: ./fah6
Arguments: -configonly -smp

[03:56:09] Configuring Folding@Home...


[03:59:05] - Ask before connecting: No
[03:59:05] - User name: Wrish (Team 0)
[03:59:05] - User ID not found locally
[03:59:05] + Requesting User ID from server
[03:59:06] - Machine ID: 1
[03:59:06]
[03:59:06] -configonly flag given, so exiting.


--- Opening Log file [March 5 03:59:37 UTC]


# Linux SMP Console Edition ###################################################
###############################################################################

                       Folding@Home Client Version 6.29

                          http://folding.stanford.edu

###############################################################################
###############################################################################

Launch directory: /home/wrish/fah
Executable: ./fah6
Arguments: -verbosity 9 -bigadv -smp 8

[03:59:37] - Ask before connecting: No
[03:59:37] - User name: Wrish (Team 0)
[03:59:37] - User ID: 150855294BF07A25
[03:59:37] - Machine ID: 1
[03:59:37]
[03:59:37] Work directory not found. Creating...
[03:59:37] Could not open work queue, generating new queue...
[03:59:37] - Autosending finished units... [March 5 03:59:37 UTC]
[03:59:37] Trying to send all finished work units
[03:59:37] + No unsent completed units remaining.
[03:59:37] - Autosend completed
[03:59:37] - Preparing to get new work unit...
[03:59:37] Cleaning up work directory
[03:59:37] + Attempting to get work packet
[03:59:37] Passkey found
[03:59:37] - Will indicate memory of 8192 MB
[03:59:37] - Connecting to assignment server
[03:59:37] Connecting to http://assign.stanford.edu:8080/
[03:59:43] Posted data.
[03:59:43] Initial: 43AB; - Successful: assigned to (171.67.108.22).
[03:59:43] + News From Folding@Home: Welcome to Folding@Home
[03:59:43] Loaded queue successfully.
[03:59:43] Connecting to http://171.67.108.22:8080/
[04:00:24] Posted data.
[04:00:24] Initial: 0000; - Receiving payload (expected size: 30330400)
[04:01:19] - Downloaded at ~538 kB/s
[04:01:19] - Averaged speed for that direction ~538 kB/s
[04:01:19] + Received work.
[04:01:19] + Closed connections
[04:01:19]
[04:01:19] + Processing work unit
[04:01:19] Core required: FahCore_a2.exe
[04:01:19] Core not found.
[04:01:19] - Core is not present or corrupted.
[04:01:19] - Attempting to download new core...
[04:01:19] + Downloading new core: FahCore_a2.exe
[04:01:19] Downloading core (/~pande/Linux/AMD64/Core_a2.fah from www.stanford.edu)
[04:01:19] Initial: AFDE; + 10240 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: E2DE; + 20480 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: 10DD; + 30720 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: DB2B; + 40960 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: D7C6; + 51200 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: 1E5A; + 61440 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: 3918; + 71680 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: B62D; + 81920 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: 8224; + 92160 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: 2EF2; + 102400 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: 51B3; + 112640 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: EEEB; + 122880 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: 6BAF; + 133120 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: 7619; + 143360 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: C379; + 153600 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: 0560; + 163840 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: AAE6; + 174080 bytes downloaded
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[04:01:20] Initial: B49A; + 194560 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: B200; + 204800 bytes downloaded
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[04:01:20] Initial: 8CD4; + 225280 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: F8D8; + 235520 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: F038; + 245760 bytes downloaded
[04:01:20] Initial: 9B45; + 256000 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 240B; + 266240 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 31B3; + 276480 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: CDE0; + 286720 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 6796; + 296960 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: C0A4; + 307200 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: C3D5; + 317440 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: A651; + 327680 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: B14F; + 337920 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 0B2C; + 348160 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 72C4; + 358400 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 8864; + 368640 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 6D08; + 378880 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 1CF2; + 389120 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 9816; + 399360 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 3EC0; + 409600 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 703A; + 419840 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 09B9; + 430080 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: AA0D; + 440320 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 8EAD; + 450560 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 84D4; + 460800 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: D6BD; + 471040 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: CFD6; + 481280 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: F90B; + 491520 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 0ED5; + 501760 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 5391; + 512000 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 191B; + 522240 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: E9DA; + 532480 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: A5D1; + 542720 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 6280; + 552960 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 65A4; + 563200 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: EC84; + 573440 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: D490; + 583680 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 81E1; + 593920 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 2F42; + 604160 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: F547; + 614400 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: C82A; + 624640 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 4470; + 634880 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 1274; + 645120 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 9160; + 655360 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: BBE4; + 665600 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 4B2F; + 675840 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 0D9E; + 686080 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 853C; + 696320 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 07C5; + 706560 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 99D1; + 716800 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 3E21; + 727040 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 8D87; + 737280 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 2EE0; + 747520 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 34E8; + 757760 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 7632; + 768000 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 2787; + 778240 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: BCF1; + 788480 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 8A69; + 798720 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 89BF; + 808960 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 2FFA; + 819200 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: F841; + 829440 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: E850; + 839680 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: BDA1; + 849920 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 333D; + 860160 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 1468; + 870400 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 8508; + 880640 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 7AE5; + 890880 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: FABE; + 901120 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 506E; + 911360 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: 7B76; + 921600 bytes downloaded
[04:01:21] Initial: BED4; + 931840 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 37BE; + 942080 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 0000; + 952320 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: DAC2; + 962560 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: E881; + 972800 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: AA55; + 983040 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 4B32; + 993280 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: C8F7; + 1003520 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 4982; + 1013760 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 1AA3; + 1024000 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 29FF; + 1034240 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: E7F3; + 1044480 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 44C4; + 1054720 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: C1F5; + 1064960 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 6E67; + 1075200 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 6CFD; + 1085440 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: E016; + 1095680 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 65AA; + 1105920 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 139F; + 1116160 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 297E; + 1126400 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 6E00; + 1136640 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 6AB2; + 1146880 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: F6CC; + 1157120 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: BD78; + 1167360 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: FB0D; + 1177600 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 727B; + 1187840 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: DE81; + 1198080 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 8A18; + 1208320 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 5209; + 1218560 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: BC2E; + 1228800 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: DF52; + 1239040 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: B792; + 1249280 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: CC73; + 1259520 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 3BD4; + 1269760 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 6B8D; + 1280000 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: AC5A; + 1290240 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 113D; + 1300480 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: F7B1; + 1310720 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: A688; + 1320960 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 5AB0; + 1331200 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: D12E; + 1341440 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 78D7; + 1351680 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: BB9F; + 1361920 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 5FE3; + 1372160 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: BCF0; + 1382400 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 4715; + 1392640 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: DA25; + 1402880 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: E075; + 1413120 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: C420; + 1423360 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 1F10; + 1433600 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: CFBB; + 1443840 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: EBE0; + 1454080 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: B802; + 1464320 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 939D; + 1474560 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 2FFC; + 1484800 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: A8EB; + 1495040 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 8DAE; + 1505280 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 98B5; + 1515520 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: D5E3; + 1525760 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 8AD3; + 1536000 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 55F7; + 1546240 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: EFE9; + 1556480 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 4A95; + 1566720 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 1F6A; + 1576960 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 0822; + 1587200 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: CCE6; + 1597440 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 627D; + 1607680 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 2523; + 1617920 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 417A; + 1628160 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: A217; + 1638400 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: AC37; + 1648640 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: CF99; + 1658880 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 36C9; + 1669120 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: FE55; + 1679360 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 137B; + 1689600 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: B60A; + 1699840 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: A6C6; + 1710080 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 7ADB; + 1720320 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 5344; + 1730560 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 4B3D; + 1740800 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 432B; + 1751040 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: CCEE; + 1761280 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 6D0A; + 1771520 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 7F9F; + 1781760 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 8423; + 1792000 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 0E16; + 1802240 bytes downloaded
[04:01:22] Initial: 99DD; + 1812480 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: A0A4; + 1822720 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: FA33; + 1832960 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 0D61; + 1843200 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 1A43; + 1853440 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 5B4C; + 1863680 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: AFBF; + 1873920 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 3028; + 1884160 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 0745; + 1894400 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 0EED; + 1904640 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: D081; + 1914880 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 201F; + 1925120 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 7EAE; + 1935360 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: B210; + 1945600 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 7DE6; + 1955840 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 1001; + 1966080 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 5326; + 1976320 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 0D49; + 1986560 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: B065; + 1996800 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 189B; + 2007040 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 43C9; + 2017280 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 597E; + 2027520 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 165F; + 2037760 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 6152; + 2048000 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 9122; + 2058240 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 4E13; + 2068480 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 66B0; + 2078720 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 03D7; + 2088960 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 596C; + 2099200 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: CC1C; + 2109440 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 8565; + 2119680 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 45A7; + 2129920 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 74A1; + 2140160 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: F3AC; + 2150400 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 118A; + 2160640 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 205A; + 2170880 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 69B3; + 2181120 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: A252; + 2191360 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 8454; + 2201600 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: FD33; + 2211840 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 2817; + 2222080 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 6625; + 2232320 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: F706; + 2242560 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 62A3; + 2252800 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 6E9B; + 2263040 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: A98B; + 2273280 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 96AD; + 2283520 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: C3A2; + 2293760 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 2E15; + 2304000 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: C0BF; + 2314240 bytes downloaded
[04:01:23] Initial: 1836; + 2324480 bytes downloaded
[04:01:24] Initial: 5BE5; + 2334720 bytes downloaded
[04:01:24] Initial: D351; + 2344960 bytes downloaded
[04:01:24] Initial: F418; + 2355200 bytes downloaded
[04:01:24] Initial: FB39; + 2365440 bytes downloaded
[04:01:24] Initial: 2626; + 2375680 bytes downloaded
[04:01:24] Initial: 6D5C; + 2385920 bytes downloaded
[04:01:24] Initial: 7D6C; + 2396160 bytes downloaded
[04:01:24] Initial: 2119; + 2406400 bytes downloaded
[04:01:24] Initial: D8FF; + 2412195 bytes downloaded
[04:01:24] Verifying core Core_a2.fah...
[04:01:24] Signature is VALID
[04:01:24]
[04:01:24] Trying to unzip core FahCore_a2.exe
[04:01:24] Decompressed FahCore_a2.exe (5509624 bytes) successfully
[04:01:24] + Core successfully engaged
[04:01:29]
[04:01:29] + Processing work unit
[04:01:29] Core required: FahCore_a2.exe
[04:01:29] Core found.
[04:01:29] Working on queue slot 01 [March 5 04:01:29 UTC]
[04:01:29] + Working ...
[04:01:29] - Calling './mpiexec -np 8 -host 127.0.0.1 ./FahCore_a2.exe -dir work/ -nice 19 -suffix 01 -priority 96 -checkpoint 15 -verbose -lifeline 6843 -version 629'

[04:01:29]
[04:01:29] *------------------------------*
[04:01:29] Folding@Home Gromacs SMP Core
[04:01:29] Version 2.10 (Sun Aug 30 03:43:28 CEST 2009)
[04:01:29]
[04:01:29] Preparing to commence simulation
[04:01:29] - Ensuring status. Please wait.
[04:01:32] Called DecompressByteArray: compressed_data_size=30329888 data_size=159726549, decompressed_data_size=159726549 diff=0
[04:01:33] - Digital signature verified
[04:01:33]
[04:01:33] Project: 2681 (Run 1, Clone 5, Gen 79)
[04:01:33]
[04:01:33] Assembly optimizations on if available.
[04:01:33] Entering M.D.
[04:01:44]  (Run 1, Clone 5, Gen 79)
[04:01:44]
[04:01:44] Entering M.D.
[04:09:08] ***** Got an Activate signal (2)
[04:09:08] Killing all core threads

Folding@Home Client Shutdown.


--- Opening Log file [March 5 04:17:36 UTC]


# Linux SMP Console Edition ###################################################
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                       Folding@Home Client Version 6.29

                          http://folding.stanford.edu

###############################################################################
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Launch directory: /home/wrish/fah
Executable: /home/wrish/fah/fah6
Arguments: -bigadv -smp 8

[04:17:36] - Ask before connecting: No
[04:17:36] - User name: Wrish (Team 0)
[04:17:36] - User ID: 150855294BF07A25
[04:17:36] - Machine ID: 1
[04:17:36]
[04:17:36] Loaded queue successfully.
[04:17:36]
[04:17:36] + Processing work unit
[04:17:36] Core required: FahCore_a2.exe
[04:17:36] Core found.
[04:17:36] Working on queue slot 01 [March 5 04:17:36 UTC]
[04:17:36] + Working ...
[04:17:36]
[04:17:36] *------------------------------*
[04:17:36] Folding@Home Gromacs SMP Core
[04:17:36] Version 2.10 (Sun Aug 30 03:43:28 CEST 2009)
[04:17:36]
[04:17:36] Preparing to commence simulation
[04:17:36] - Ensuring status. Please wait.
[04:17:36] Files status OK
[04:17:40] - Expanded 30329888 -> 159726549 (decompressed 101.8 percent)
[04:17:40] Called DecompressByteArray: compressed_data_size=30329888 data_size=159726549, decompressed_data_size=159726549 diff=0
[04:17:40] - Digital signature verified
[04:17:40]
[04:17:40] Project: 2681 (Run 1, Clone 5, Gen 79)
[04:17:40]
[04:17:41] Assembly optimizations on if available.
[04:17:41] Entering M.D.


--- Opening Log file [March 5 04:17:49 UTC]


# Linux SMP Console Edition ###################################################
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                       Folding@Home Client Version 6.29

                          http://folding.stanford.edu

###############################################################################
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Launch directory: /home/wrish/fah
Executable: /home/wrish/fah/fah6
Arguments: -bigadv -smp 8

[04:17:49] - Ask before connecting: No
[04:17:49] - User name: Wrish (Team 0)
[04:17:49] - User ID: 150855294BF07A25
[04:17:49] - Machine ID: 1
[04:17:49]

A potential conflict was detected:

Process 6565 is currently running and may also be a client with Mach. ID 1.
The program will now exit. Upon restart, this check will not be done --
You may wish to check that no client is currently running in
/home/wrish/fah before restarting.

Please press any key to exit.
[04:17:51]  (Run 1, Clone 5, Gen 79)
[04:17:51]
[04:17:51] Entering M.D.


--- Opening Log file [March 5 04:24:00 UTC]


# Linux SMP Console Edition ###################################################
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                       Folding@Home Client Version 6.29

                          http://folding.stanford.edu

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Launch directory: /home/wrish/fah
Executable: ./fah6
Arguments: -verbosity 9 -bigadv -smp 8

[04:24:00] - Ask before connecting: No
[04:24:00] - User name: Wrish (Team 0)
[04:24:00] - User ID: 150855294BF07A25
[04:24:00] - Machine ID: 1
[04:24:00]
[04:24:00] Loaded queue successfully.
[04:24:00] - Autosending finished units... [March 5 04:24:00 UTC]
[04:24:00] Trying to send all finished work units
[04:24:00] + No unsent completed units remaining.
[04:24:00] - Autosend completed
[04:24:00]
[04:24:00] + Processing work unit
[04:24:00] Core required: FahCore_a2.exe
[04:24:00] Core found.
[04:24:00] Working on queue slot 01 [March 5 04:24:00 UTC]
[04:24:00] + Working ...
[04:24:00] - Calling './mpiexec -np 8 -host 127.0.0.1 ./FahCore_a2.exe -dir work/ -nice 19 -suffix 01 -priority 96 -checkpoint 15 -verbose -lifeline 6730 -version 629'

[04:24:00]
[04:24:00] *------------------------------*
[04:24:00] Folding@Home Gromacs SMP Core
[04:24:00] Version 2.10 (Sun Aug 30 03:43:28 CEST 2009)
[04:24:00]
[04:24:00] Preparing to commence simulation
[04:24:00] - Ensuring status. Please wait.
[04:24:04] Called DecompressByteArray: compressed_data_size=30329888 data_size=159726549, decompressed_data_size=159726549 diff=0
[04:24:04] - Digital signature verified
[04:24:04]
[04:24:04] Project: 2681 (Run 1, Clone 5, Gen 79)
[04:24:04]
[04:24:05] Assembly optimizations on if available.
[04:24:05] Entering M.D.
[04:24:11] Using Gromacs checkpoints
[04:24:15]
[04:24:16] Entering M.D.
[04:24:22] Using Gromacs checkpoints
[04:24:48] data_01.log
[04:24:48] Verified work/wudata_01.trr
[04:24:48] Verified work/wudata_01.xtc
[04:24:48] Verified work/wudata_01.edr
[04:25:21] Completed 99 out of 250000 steps  (0%)
[04:57:00] Completed 2500 out of 250000 steps  (1%)
[05:26:46] Completed 5000 out of 250000 steps  (2%)
[05:56:27] Completed 7500 out of 250000 steps  (3%)
[06:26:07] Completed 10000 out of 250000 steps  (4%)
[06:55:47] Completed 12500 out of 250000 steps  (5%)
[07:25:25] Completed 15000 out of 250000 steps  (6%)
[07:55:03] Completed 17500 out of 250000 steps  (7%)
[08:24:40] Completed 20000 out of 250000 steps  (8%)
[08:54:19] Completed 22500 out of 250000 steps  (9%)
[09:23:58] Completed 25000 out of 250000 steps  (10%)
[09:53:37] Completed 27500 out of 250000 steps  (11%)
[10:23:16] Completed 30000 out of 250000 steps  (12%)
[10:24:00] - Autosending finished units... [March 5 10:24:00 UTC]
[10:24:00] Trying to send all finished work units
[10:24:00] + No unsent completed units remaining.
[10:24:00] - Autosend completed
[10:52:55] Completed 32500 out of 250000 steps  (13%)
[11:22:33] Completed 35000 out of 250000 steps  (14%)
[11:52:12] Completed 37500 out of 250000 steps  (15%)
[12:21:51] Completed 40000 out of 250000 steps  (16%)
[12:51:28] Completed 42500 out of 250000 steps  (17%)
[13:21:02] Completed 45000 out of 250000 steps  (18%)
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Re: HFM.NET - Client Monitoring Application for Folding@Home

Postby tonic » Tue Mar 09, 2010 6:53 am

Does HFM.net calculate bonuses differently than the SMP2 calculator (http://www.linuxforge.net/bonuscalc2.php)?

I just upgraded my CPU. Folding a Project 6014 with a frame time of 5:31 (hfm calculates average from last 3 frames).

HFM.net current PPD: 5607
SMP2 calculator: 7180

Does HFM.net recognize when I downloaded the unit and calculate bonus based on that (rather than just TPF)? That's the only reason I can think of why they'd be so different...I was initially folding the unit with an older slower CPU and there was a bit of downtime while I replaced it.
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Re: HFM.NET - Client Monitoring Application for Folding@Home

Postby bruce » Tue Mar 09, 2010 7:24 am

HFM uses the actual download time and then estimates when you'll finish based on the current rate over the [last three frames, or etc.] Add the ETA that it reports to the download time and that's a pretty reasonable estimate even if your machine has not folded continuously since the WU was downloaded.

The calculator has to estimate both the predicted upload time, but also the download time based on your current rate of progress, and if you shut off your machine for a while after downloading that WU, it's estimated download time is going to be too optimistic. [It's telling you what you might have gotten if you hadn't shut down FAH.]
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Re: HFM.NET - Client Monitoring Application for Folding@Home

Postby tonic » Tue Mar 09, 2010 3:47 pm

Nice bruce, it's smarter than I thought. Thanks :)
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Re: HFM.NET - Client Monitoring Application for Folding@Home

Postby harlam357 » Fri Mar 12, 2010 3:04 am

New Version: 0.4.9 - Revision 154 - Beta - Download

Wow Again!!! (see my last release post) It's been a few since I've made an HFM update but I think it is well worth the wait. With the advent of the SMP2 client and readily available Bonus/KFactor work, HFM v0.4.8 hit an all time high in downloads for single version. Clock him in at over 2600 downloads!!! ...and I was all giddy about the 500 that v0.4.7 reeled in. :D

Check the HFM Google Code page for downloads and details on the changes.

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Re: Folding Issues

Postby sgb101 » Mon Mar 15, 2010 11:15 pm

have just looked a HFM and it showing in the status that one of my smp 6.29 clients is 'runningAsync' the ppd for the client has dropped from about 8k to just over 1k? it is folding % every 05min 24secs, an a3 p6025(R1, C14, G31). to me it looks like it not getting the bonus.

also on the same pc the same Async is showing on my GPU client folding just over 01min per % P6606 (R1, C761, G4)

my other rig is folding at 4mins a % a a3 P6021(R0, C123 G58). the status is showing as running and the ppd is at 9k so this one is ok.

what is this Async and how come my ppd for the the smp has dropped. i only completed my first 10 WU's this morning so i dont want to be loosing more point.
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Re: HFM.NET - Client Monitoring Application for Folding@Home

Postby Wrish » Mon Mar 15, 2010 11:41 pm

Are the clocks on all your machines reading the same time? We just had a daylight savings adjustment in the U.S. so thought that might trip old OS's.
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Re: HFM.NET - Client Monitoring Application for Folding@Home

Postby sgb101 » Mon Mar 15, 2010 11:51 pm

thanks. i needed to pull the cmos earlier and forgot to reset the date time. doh!
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Re: HFM.NET - Client Monitoring Application for Folding@Home

Postby harlam357 » Mon Mar 15, 2010 11:56 pm

Yep... reported time stamps will get ya every time. Glad you got it worked out. :)
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Re: HFM.NET - Client Monitoring Application for Folding@Home

Postby harlam357 » Fri Mar 19, 2010 12:24 am

New Version: 0.4.10 - Revision 156 - Beta - Download

It has been brought to my attention that Stanford has rules against accessing their cgi-bin based pages and HFM violates those rules by accessing the Project Information pages in a scripted manner. Please note, HFM only attempts to access these pages when users enable the Web Generation option on the Preferences -> Scheduled Tasks Tab. Continued use of the Web Generation feature in ANY prior version of HFM MAY result in your IP being blacklisted by Stanford. Please update to avoid any undue action against your IP and undue load on Stanford's servers. I apologize to anyone who may have been blacklisted. I have asked the Pande Group if they would remove any user's IP from the blacklist if they come forth citing this issue with HFM. I assure you my intentions are for the betterment of the FAH community and in no way was I intentionally trying to violate the rules - I was simply ignorant of them.

If it was just me who ended up getting his IP banned, then I'd be ok with that... but that's not the case. I put you, my users, in a bad position - so again, I apologize if you were effected and I hope you will continue to use and support HFM.


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Re: HFM.NET - Client Monitoring Application for Folding@Home

Postby harlam357 » Tue May 11, 2010 2:28 am

New Version: 0.5.0 - Revision 180 - Beta - Download

Whew! Been a couple of months since I last came around huh? I'm pleased to annouce the availability of HFM v0.5.0 - which includes the long awaited "auto-update" feature. Just a couple (five) words about this.

You have the option to turn on or off the check for updates on start-up. The ONLY time HFM will auto-check for updates is on start-up. However, there is also a manual check in the Help Menu that will provide you more verbose feedback than the auto-check will.

What does this mean? It means I'll be able to deliever updates and fixes more quickly and easily. It means I will be in a thread near you even less often than I already am now. I have about 9 threads where I maintain/update this same information when I release an update. It's time consuming and I can easily spend several hours getting all my threads updated. So, for smaller, less significant updates my plan is to forego the usual thread updates since running HFM can now tell you when an update is available. I'm going to look into scheduling update checks or another means of ongoing notification since, if you're like me, you don't shutdown HFM that often. ;)

When receiving an update notification you can download either the MSI or Zip distribution. If you're on Windows and download the MSI it will install once you exit HFM. No change to the Zip distribution, you're on your own.

Check the HFM Google Code page for downloads and details on the changes. As always, if you need to find me quickly, see below. I usually answer pretty quickly.

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Re: HFM.NET - Client Monitoring Application for Folding@Home

Postby sgb101 » Thu May 20, 2010 10:24 am

hi could you please walk me throught how to monitor a client that is running in vmware, FAH image, that is running on win7, over a network, please.
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Re: HFM.NET - Client Monitoring Application for Folding@Home

Postby harlam357 » Mon May 24, 2010 4:20 am

Hi sgb... it depends on the OS but I assume you are trying to monitor a Linux VM (what is FAH image?) from your Windows machine.

Here is my guide to setting up Samba on Ubuntu, other distros will be similar: http://www.overclockers.com/forums/show ... p?t=629982
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