Project 1487, anybody done it?

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Project 1487, anybody done it?

Postby azcn2503 » Sun Jan 20, 2008 2:03 pm

Just downloaded and started this one. Any idea how many points this is worth?
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Re: Project 1487, anybody done it?

Postby uncle_fungus » Sun Jan 20, 2008 2:38 pm

A quick look on psummary tells me that it's worth 1741 points.
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Re: Project 1487, anybody done it?

Postby azcn2503 » Mon Jan 21, 2008 9:24 am

Do you know what the warning means?
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Re: Project 1487, anybody done it?

Postby Pette Broad » Mon Jan 21, 2008 5:10 pm

I'm guessing that its a warning that each step is going to take a long time, I've only done one of these and it took 232 hours on an AMD 4200+. You'll have to estimate it once the first frame is finished but the deadline is very generous.

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Re: Project 1487, anybody done it?

Postby 7im » Mon Jan 21, 2008 5:24 pm

azcn2503 wrote:Do you know what the warning means?


Don't know, but you can ignore it. All the SMP clients do that on certain work units.
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Re: Project 1487, anybody done it?

Postby toTOW » Mon Jan 21, 2008 9:25 pm

7im wrote:
azcn2503 wrote:Do you know what the warning means?


Don't know, but you can ignore it. All the SMP clients do that on certain work units.


It's not SMP here ... it's Gromacs33 for uniprocessor clients. But you're right, all p1487 have this warning, and kasson said once that we can ignore it ;)

P.S : anyone knows why it uses both 3Dnow and SSE under Linux ? (it was only using SSE on my Athlon XP machine under Windows) :?:
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Re: Project 1487, anybody done it?

Postby uncle_fungus » Mon Jan 21, 2008 9:36 pm

toTOW wrote:P.S : anyone knows why it uses both 3Dnow and SSE under Linux ? (it was only using SSE on my Athlon XP machine under Windows) :?:


It doesn't, its a logging error.
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Re: Project 1487, anybody done it?

Postby almlund » Tue Jan 22, 2008 9:45 am

I have a funny version of '1-4 interactions message'. However, my box did not explode, and it seems to keep folding quietly. Anyone seen anything like this before?
[08:47:08] (Starting from checkpoint)
[08:47:08] Protein: p1487_DPPC_DOPC_CHOL
[08:47:08] Writing local files
[08:47:08] Completed 117618 out of 1000000 steps (11%)
[08:47:10] Extra SSE boost OK.
[08:47:10] Warning: 1-4 interaction between and at distance 0.000 which is larger than the 1-4 table size 1.000 nm
[08:47:10] These are ignored for the rest of the simulation
[08:47:10] This usually means your system is exploding,
[08:47:10] if not, you should increase table-extension in your mdp file
[09:21:53] Writing local files
[09:21:54] Completed 120000 out of 1000000 steps (12%)


The silicon is a Pentium 4 and the client is Linux 5.04 single processor.
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Re: Project 1487, anybody done it?

Postby uncle_fungus » Tue Jan 22, 2008 11:27 am

almlund wrote:I have a funny version of '1-4 interactions message'. However, my box did not explode, and it seems to keep folding quietly. Anyone seen anything like this before?
[08:47:08] (Starting from checkpoint)
[08:47:08] Protein: p1487_DPPC_DOPC_CHOL
[08:47:08] Writing local files
[08:47:08] Completed 117618 out of 1000000 steps (11%)
[08:47:10] Extra SSE boost OK.
[08:47:10] Warning: 1-4 interaction between and at distance 0.000 which is larger than the 1-4 table size 1.000 nm
[08:47:10] These are ignored for the rest of the simulation
[08:47:10] This usually means your system is exploding,
[08:47:10] if not, you should increase table-extension in your mdp file
[09:21:53] Writing local files
[09:21:54] Completed 120000 out of 1000000 steps (12%)


The silicon is a Pentium 4 and the client is Linux 5.04 single processor.


Yes, this message is also normal for this WU, although it doesn't always happen.
The "system" referred to is the protein+environment in the simulation.
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