When will I receive bonuses of SMP2 WUs?

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When will I receive bonuses of SMP2 WUs?

Postby artoar_11 » Wed Feb 03, 2010 8:49 pm

With SMP and SMP2 + passkey I have successfully returned 15 WUs. With core A2 - 8, and core A3 - 7 WUs.

kasson wrote:
1. Must use a passkey to receive bonus points
2. Must successfully return> = 10 A2 or SMP2 work units with their passkey to receive bonus points
3. Must successfully return> 80% of A2 or SMP2 work units to receive bonus points

Only the A2 or A3 only, or mixed A2 + A3 = 10 WUs.
When will I start to get bonus points?

CPU-Q9400 @3.4GHz /WMVare Workstation 7 - Ubuntu 9.10

My client.cfg:
Code: Select all
Arguments: -smp -verbosity 9 -forceasm -advmethods

[settings]
username=artoar_home
team=32435
passkey=*************************(32 symbols)
asknet=no
machineid=1
bigpackets=big
local=7

[http]
active=no
host=localhost
port=8080

[core]
priority=0
disableassembly=no
checkpoint=6
nocpulock=1
addr=

[clienttype]
memory=960
type=3

Is there something in my settings written in more or missing?
(Sorry for my bad English)
Thanks in advance
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Re: When will I receive bonuses of SMP2 WUs?

Postby bingo-dog » Wed Feb 03, 2010 10:01 pm

This thread viewtopic.php?f=58&t=13160&start=0 has the clearest explanation I have found. There is one error in your text above - it's not 10 A2 or SMP2, it's 10 A2 or A3 WU's.

Quoting from the above-mentioned thread:

The bonus applies after you've done 10 a2 or a3 WUs provided you have used the same passkey and the same UserName on all applicable machines and provided you meet the 80% rule.

Once that requirement has been met, the bonus currently applies to a3 WUs and to bigadv projects (at least for the time being). You can tell by looking at the last column of psummary.


So, you shouldn't expect a bonus on every SMP2 WU; only on bigadv and A3's.
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Re: When will I receive bonuses of SMP2 WUs?

Postby bruce » Wed Feb 03, 2010 10:05 pm

I can confirm that the most recent WUs that you've completed are not getting a bonus. Unfortunately I don't have any tools to determine why your passkey has apparently not yet met the minimum requirements for bonuses.

Points 484 credited on 2010-02-03 10:26:58 p6014 r0 c127 g14

When did you download that WU and when was the result uploaded?
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Re: When will I receive bonuses of SMP2 WUs?

Postby artoar_11 » Wed Feb 03, 2010 10:59 pm

The first WU with passkey is 2010.01.29. View - KakaoStat, WU with 3340 points (A1). Next WUs are A2 and A3.
http://kakaostats.com/usum.php?u=1600194

The last WU has returned - Project: 6014 (Run 0, Clone 127, Gen 14). This WU is # 15 with passkey.

Code: Select all
[07:24:41] + Number of Units Completed: 6

Warning: Ignoring unknown arg
[07:24:42] Trying to send all finished work units
[07:24:42] + No unsent completed units remaining.
[07:24:42] - Preparing to get new work unit...
[07:24:42] Cleaning up work directory
[07:24:42] + Attempting to get work packet
[07:24:42] Passkey found
[07:24:42] - Will indicate memory of 960 MB
[07:24:42] - Connecting to assignment server
[07:24:42] Connecting to http://assign.stanford.edu:8080/
[07:24:45] Posted data.
[07:24:45] Initial: ED82; - Successful: assigned to (130.237.232.140).
[07:24:45] + News From Folding@Home: Welcome to Folding@Home
[07:24:45] Loaded queue successfully.
[07:24:45] Connecting to http://130.237.232.140:8080/
[07:24:46] Posted data.
[07:24:46] Initial: 0000; - Receiving payload (expected size: 1800521)
[07:24:47] - Downloaded at ~1758 kB/s
[07:24:47] - Averaged speed for that direction ~691 kB/s
[07:24:47] + Received work.
[07:24:47] Trying to send all finished work units
[07:24:47] + No unsent completed units remaining.
[07:24:47] + Closed connections
[07:24:47]
[07:24:47] + Processing work unit
[07:24:47] Core required: FahCore_a3.exe
[07:24:47] Core found.
[07:24:47] Working on queue slot 07 [February 3 07:24:47 UTC]
[07:24:47] + Working ...
[07:24:47] - Calling './FahCore_a3.exe -dir work/ -nice 19 -suffix 07 -np 4 -nocpulock -checkpoint 6 -forceasm -verbose -lifeline 1945 -version 629'

Warning: Ignoring unknown arg
[07:24:48]
[07:24:48] *------------------------------*
[07:24:48] Folding@Home Gromacs SMP Core
[07:24:48] Version 2.13 (Tue Aug 18 18:28:33 CEST 2009)
[07:24:48]
[07:24:48] Preparing to commence simulation
[07:24:48] - Assembly optimizations manually forced on.
[07:24:48] - Not checking prior termination.
[07:24:48] - Expanded 1800009 -> 2396877 (decompressed 133.1 percent)
[07:24:48] Called DecompressByteArray: compressed_data_size=1800009 data_size=2396877, decompressed_data_size=2396877 diff=0
[07:24:48] - Digital signature verified
[07:24:48]
[07:24:48] Project: 6014 (Run 0, Clone 127, Gen 14)
[07:24:48]
[07:24:48] Assembly optimizations on if available.
[07:24:48] Entering M.D.
Starting 4 threads
NNODES=4, MYRANK=0, HOSTNAME=thread #0
NNODES=4, MYRANK=1, HOSTNAME=thread #1
NNODES=4, MYRANK=2, HOSTNAME=thread #2
NNODES=4, MYRANK=3, HOSTNAME=thread #3
Reading file work/wudata_07.tpr, VERSION 4.0.99_development_20090605 (single precision)
Making 1D domain decomposition 4 x 1 x 1
starting mdrun 'Protein in POPC'
7500000 steps,  15000.0 ps (continuing from step 7000000,  14000.0 ps).
[07:24:54] Completed 0 out of 500000 steps  (0%)
[07:30:37] Completed 5000 out of 500000 steps  (1%)
[07:36:19] Completed 10000 out of 500000 steps  (2%)
[07:40:00] - Autosending finished units... [February 3 07:40:00 UTC]
[07:40:00] Trying to send all finished work units
[07:40:00] + No unsent completed units remaining.
[07:40:00] - Autosend completed
[07:41:59] Completed 15000 out of 500000 steps  (3%)
[07:47:40] Completed 20000 out of 500000 steps  (4%)
[07:53:22] Completed 25000 out of 500000 steps  (5%)
[07:59:03] Completed 30000 out of 500000 steps  (6%)
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[09:18:40] Completed 100000 out of 500000 steps  (20%)
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[09:47:02] Completed 125000 out of 500000 steps  (25%)
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[10:04:03] Completed 140000 out of 500000 steps  (28%)
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[10:49:28] Completed 180000 out of 500000 steps  (36%)
[10:55:09] Completed 185000 out of 500000 steps  (37%)
[11:00:52] Completed 190000 out of 500000 steps  (38%)
[11:06:33] Completed 195000 out of 500000 steps  (39%)
[11:12:14] Completed 200000 out of 500000 steps  (40%)
[11:17:55] Completed 205000 out of 500000 steps  (41%)
[11:23:36] Completed 210000 out of 500000 steps  (42%)
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[11:57:46] Completed 240000 out of 500000 steps  (48%)
[12:03:28] Completed 245000 out of 500000 steps  (49%)
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[12:14:51] Completed 255000 out of 500000 steps  (51%)
[12:20:32] Completed 260000 out of 500000 steps  (52%)
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[12:31:56] Completed 270000 out of 500000 steps  (54%)
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[12:43:20] Completed 280000 out of 500000 steps  (56%)
[12:49:01] Completed 285000 out of 500000 steps  (57%)
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[13:23:50] Completed 315000 out of 500000 steps  (63%)
[13:29:32] Completed 320000 out of 500000 steps  (64%)
[13:35:14] Completed 325000 out of 500000 steps  (65%)
[13:40:00] - Autosending finished units... [February 3 13:40:00 UTC]
[13:40:00] Trying to send all finished work units
[13:40:00] + No unsent completed units remaining.
[13:40:00] - Autosend completed
[13:40:55] Completed 330000 out of 500000 steps  (66%)
[13:46:36] Completed 335000 out of 500000 steps  (67%)
[13:52:17] Completed 340000 out of 500000 steps  (68%)
[13:58:00] Completed 345000 out of 500000 steps  (69%)
[14:03:42] Completed 350000 out of 500000 steps  (70%)
[14:09:23] Completed 355000 out of 500000 steps  (71%)
[14:15:04] Completed 360000 out of 500000 steps  (72%)
[14:20:44] Completed 365000 out of 500000 steps  (73%)
[14:26:27] Completed 370000 out of 500000 steps  (74%)
[14:32:07] Completed 375000 out of 500000 steps  (75%)
[14:37:48] Completed 380000 out of 500000 steps  (76%)
[14:43:28] Completed 385000 out of 500000 steps  (77%)
[14:49:08] Completed 390000 out of 500000 steps  (78%)
[14:54:48] Completed 395000 out of 500000 steps  (79%)
[15:00:30] Completed 400000 out of 500000 steps  (80%)
[15:06:12] Completed 405000 out of 500000 steps  (81%)
[15:11:53] Completed 410000 out of 500000 steps  (82%)
[15:17:34] Completed 415000 out of 500000 steps  (83%)
[15:23:15] Completed 420000 out of 500000 steps  (84%)
[15:28:57] Completed 425000 out of 500000 steps  (85%)
[15:34:40] Completed 430000 out of 500000 steps  (86%)
[15:40:20] Completed 435000 out of 500000 steps  (87%)
[15:46:01] Completed 440000 out of 500000 steps  (88%)
[15:51:42] Completed 445000 out of 500000 steps  (89%)
[15:57:23] Completed 450000 out of 500000 steps  (90%)
[16:03:05] Completed 455000 out of 500000 steps  (91%)
[16:08:47] Completed 460000 out of 500000 steps  (92%)
[16:14:28] Completed 465000 out of 500000 steps  (93%)
[16:20:10] Completed 470000 out of 500000 steps  (94%)
[16:25:52] Completed 475000 out of 500000 steps  (95%)
[16:31:34] Completed 480000 out of 500000 steps  (96%)
[16:37:15] Completed 485000 out of 500000 steps  (97%)
[16:42:56] Completed 490000 out of 500000 steps  (98%)
[16:48:38] Completed 495000 out of 500000 steps  (99%)
[16:54:36] Completed 500000 out of 500000 steps  (100%)

Writing final coordinates.

 Average load imbalance: 3.8 %
 Part of the total run time spent waiting due to load imbalance: 1.4 %


   Parallel run - timing based on wallclock.

               NODE (s)   Real (s)      (%)
       Time:  34182.475  34182.475    100.0
                       9h29:42
               (Mnbf/s)   (GFlops)   (ns/day)  (hour/ns)
Performance:    178.477     12.202      2.528      9.495

gcq#0: Thanx for Using GROMACS - Have a Nice Day

[16:54:37] DynamicWrapper: Finished Work Unit: sleep=10000
[16:54:47]
[16:54:47] Finished Work Unit:
[16:54:47] - Reading up to 20457096 from "work/wudata_07.trr": Read 20457096
[16:54:47] trr file hash check passed.
[16:54:47] edr file hash check passed.
[16:54:47] logfile size: 58417
[16:54:47] Leaving Run
[16:54:48] - Writing 20550045 bytes of core data to disk...
[16:54:48]   ... Done.
[16:54:51] - Shutting down core
[16:54:51]
[16:54:51] Folding@home Core Shutdown: FINISHED_UNIT
[16:54:51] CoreStatus = 64 (100)
[16:54:51] Unit 7 finished with 93 percent of time to deadline remaining.
[16:54:51] Updated performance fraction: 0.927590
[16:54:51] Sending work to server
[16:54:51] Project: 6014 (Run 0, Clone 127, Gen 14)


[16:54:51] + Attempting to send results [February 3 16:54:51 UTC]
[16:54:51] - Reading file work/wuresults_07.dat from core
[16:54:51]   (Read 20550045 bytes from disk)
[16:54:51] Connecting to http://130.237.232.140:8080/
[16:57:13] Posted data.
[16:57:13] Initial: 0000; - Uploaded at ~140 kB/s
[16:57:14] - Averaged speed for that direction ~108 kB/s
[16:57:14] + Results successfully sent
[16:57:14] Thank you for your contribution to Folding@Home.
[16:57:14] + Number of Units Completed: 7


bingo-dog wrote:
"There is one error in your text above - it's not 10 A2 or SMP2, it's 10 A2 or A3 WU's."

In the above post I quoted kasson:
http://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=13038
If there is an error, it is not mine.
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Re: When will I receive bonuses of SMP2 WUs?

Postby 7im » Thu Feb 04, 2010 1:11 am

What error? SMP2 work units = a3 work units. 10 of either is still the same.

However, I have to disagree with this statement...

So, you shouldn't expect a bonus on every SMP2 WU; only on bigadv and A3's.


Since every SMP2 work unit IS an a3 work unit, you are eligible for a bonus on every SMP2 WU.

SMP2 = fahcore_a3. SMP2 does not equal fah client v6.29

Yes, I know it's confusing, because the bonus comes from both SMP and SMP2, also called -bigadv and a3s.
Please do not mistake my brevity as dispassion or condescension. I recognize the time you spend reading the forum is time you could use elsewhere, so my short responses save you time. Please do not hesitate to ask for clarification if I was too terse.
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