Folding 4 broken-multiple problems

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Folding 4 broken-multiple problems

Postby nid-de-corbeau » Thu Jan 31, 2008 9:05 am

Since early January 2008, a number of things have broken. To my knowledge, nothing has changed at my end.

There seem to be two completed work units in the queue. The latest one is
Current Work Unit
-----------------
Name: p891_p53wtpeptide_tip3p
Download time: January 9 14:18:44
Due time: February 26 14:18:44
Progress: 100% [||||||||||]

There is another work unti prior to that.

PROBLEM 1: It is impossible to upload either work unit.
I repeatedly receive the messages:
----- QUOTE
[01:45:49] + Attempting to send results
[01:46:05] - Couldn't send HTTP request to server
[01:46:05] + Could not connect to Work Server (results)
[01:46:05] (171.64.122.136:80)
[01:46:05] - Error: Could not transmit unit 09 (completed January 9). Keeping unit in queue.
[07:46:02] Unit 9's deadline (January 29 23:48) has passed.
----- UNQUOTE

(The failure occurred before the deadline apparently passed.)
This has happened with a number of work servers. I have checked the status of each work server and they appear to be functioning and receiving work units, but I can never connect. This has been going on for weeks.
Both port 80 and port 8080 are open on the router's firewall. FAH 4 has been running for a long time on this PC and never had this problem.
I have tried changing various setting in the client (use/don't use MS IE settings, etc) and nothing makes any difference.

PROBLEM 2:
FAH 4 is repeatedly tryng to download and initiate and invalid/inappropriate work unit/core, being FahCore_a1.exe
It seems that FahCore_a1.exe is for multi-processor machines; FAH 4 for Windows 98 on a Pentium II should not be attemtping to download this core.
It never tries to download ano other core; only this one.

Log file messages show:
----- QUOTE
[13:49:22] + 789667 bytes downloaded
[13:49:22] Verifying core Core_a1.fah...
[13:49:22] Signature is VALID
[13:49:22]
[13:49:22] Trying to unzip core FahCore_a1.exe
[13:49:23] Decompressed FahCore_a1.exe (2035712 bytes) successfully
[13:49:24] + Core successfully engaged
[13:49:29]
[13:49:29] + Processing work unit
[13:49:29] Core required: FahCore_a1.exe
[13:49:29] Core found.
[13:49:29] Working on Unit 01 [January 30 13:49:29]
[13:49:29] + Working ...
[13:49:31] CoreStatus = 63 (99)
[13:49:31] + Error starting Folding@Home core.
[13:49:36]
[13:49:36] + Processing work unit
[13:49:36] Core required: FahCore_a1.exe
[13:49:36] Core found.
[13:49:36] Working on Unit 01 [January 30 13:49:36]
[13:49:36] + Working ...
[13:49:38] CoreStatus = 63 (99)
[13:49:38] + Error starting Folding@Home core.
[13:49:43]
[13:49:43] + Processing work unit
[13:49:43] Core required: FahCore_a1.exe
[13:49:43] Core found.
[13:49:43] Working on Unit 01 [January 30 13:49:43]
[13:49:43] + Working ...
[13:49:46] CoreStatus = 63 (99)
[13:49:46] + Error starting Folding@Home core.
[13:49:46]
Folding@home will go to sleep for 1 day as there have been 5 consecutive Cores executed which failed to complete a work unit.
[13:49:46] (To wake it up early, quit the application and restart it.)
[13:49:46] If problems persist, please visit our website at http://folding.stanford.edu for help.
[13:49:46] + Sleeping...

----- UNQUOTE

On the monitor, there is a series of messages not captured in the log file, two per attempted initiation of the core.
They state that a "MPICH2MPI.DLL" is missing.

It is a pity to waste the work done, and waste the CPU time.

I'd be grateful if someone could identify what is happening here and fix it. It looks like problems at the server end.

Thank you.

config: FAH 4.010
Windows 98 (first edition)
HP Pavilion P II 350
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Re: Folding 4 broken-multiple problems

Postby nid-de-corbeau » Thu Jan 31, 2008 1:19 pm

> What client do you use

It's Win FAH 4.010

>Btw, a P2 350 is so slow that running it is a waste of power

Compared to what ? The P2 350 running anyway and not also doing something useful like running FAH ?
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Re: Folding 4 broken-multiple problems

Postby sneakers55 » Thu Jan 31, 2008 2:51 pm

nid-de-corbeau wrote:
Btw, a P2 350 is so slow that running it is a waste of power


Compared to what ? The P2 350 running anyway and not also doing something useful like running FAH ?


I suspect a P2 350 is slow enough that it won't meet the deadlines.

No SSE will severely handicap the P2.
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Re: Folding 4 broken-multiple problems

Postby nid-de-corbeau » Thu Jan 31, 2008 4:09 pm

OK, fine, thanks for the comments re performance, but

- the P II 350 MHz is a fact of life until it gets replaced

- it has been meeting the deadlines until this current failure

- I'd rather have it doing something useful than doing nothing useful

- I know it's slow and that's not the problem I have posted messages to have solved.

The problems I need fixed are the technical ones in my original post, and they have just occurred recently. Someone must know something about those, and I look forward to such a person posting. If FAH does not want P2 350s running this then that's no problem, but at least tell people on the web site or stop making the FAH 4 client for old versions of Windows available. Until I see either of the latter indications on the folding web site, I'll keep running it.

Thank you.
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Re: Folding 4 broken-multiple problems

Postby 7im » Thu Jan 31, 2008 6:39 pm

nid-de-corbeau wrote:...

The problems I need fixed are the technical ones in my original post, and they have just occurred recently. Someone must know something about those, and I look forward to such a person posting. If FAH does not want P2 350s running this then that's no problem, but at least tell people on the web site or stop making the FAH 4 client for old versions of Windows available. Until I see either of the latter indications on the folding web site, I'll keep running it.

Thank you.


Yes, let us try to fix the problems first, and worry about unhelpful comments later.

As far as I know, you should not be getting fahcore_a1. I will sent a message to Pande Group to inquire about that problem.

There is also an option to help with work units not uploading. The v5 fah client added a feature where a completed work unit can upload to a backup (collection) server if the original work server is offline. With the v4 client, the client has to wait for the original server to be repaired. As you have seen on a slower system, there is little time to spare before the deadline expires if the work server is not repaired quickly.

I know the v5 console client will run in Windows 98, as long as you do not use the service installation, and do not enable Large Workunits. I don't recall if the v5 GUI client will run in Win 98. Maybe someone helpful will post about the GUI.
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Re: Folding 4 broken-multiple problems

Postby bruce » Thu Jan 31, 2008 7:52 pm

Right-click on the icon and select Status + Queue Info and then paste the report from FAHlog.txt into your next post. Go to the segment of FAHlog.txt that you posted and back up until you find the IP address of the server that you got your last assignment from.


Better yet, download qd, run it from the command prompt, and redirect the output into a file that you can post.
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Re: Folding 4 broken-multiple problems

Postby nid-de-corbeau » Fri Feb 01, 2008 12:48 am

bruce wrote:Right-click on the icon and select Status + Queue Info and then past the report from FAHlog.txt into your next post. Go to the segment of FAHlog.txt that you posted and back up until you find the IP address of the server that you got your last assignment from.


Hree is the log with most repitition edited out, and all the server IP address assignments highlighted. Over the past week there have been a number of different server IP addresses assigned, but I no longer have the record of all of them.


----- QUOTE
--- Opening Log file [January 29 17:09:49]
# Windows Graphical Edition ###################################################
###############################################################################
Folding@home Client Version 4.00
http://folding.stanford.edu
###############################################################################
###############################################################################
[17:09:49] - Ask before connecting: No
[17:09:49] - User name: XXXX (Team 24)
[17:09:49] - User ID = 127D3010D667E9A
[17:09:49] - Machine ID: 1
[17:09:49] Loaded queue successfully.
[17:09:50] Initialization complete
[17:09:50] + Benchmarking ...
[17:09:52] Unit 1's deadline (January 29 09:23) has passed.
[17:09:52] + Processing work unit
[17:09:52] Core required: FahCore_a1.exe
[17:09:52] Core found.
[17:09:52] Working on Unit 01 [January 29 17:09:52]
[17:09:52] + Working ...

[17:09:52] + Attempting to send results
[17:09:55] - Couldn't send HTTP request to server
[17:09:55] + Could not connect to Work Server (results)
[17:09:55] (171.64.122.136:80) <= IP ADDRESSS ASSIGNED ***********
[17:09:55] - Error: Could not transmit unit 09 (completed January 9). Keeping unit in queue.
[17:09:55] CoreStatus = 63 (99)
[17:09:55] + Error starting Folding@Home core.
[17:09:55] + Working...
[17:10:00] + Processing work unit
[17:10:00] Core required: FahCore_a1.exe
[17:10:00] Core found.
[17:10:00] Working on Unit 01 [January 29 17:10:00]
[17:10:00] + Working ...
[17:10:03] CoreStatus = 63 (99)
[17:10:03] + Error starting Folding@Home core.
[17:10:08] + Processing work unit
[17:10:08] Core required: FahCore_a1.exe
[17:10:08] Core found.
[17:10:08] Working on Unit 01 [January 29 17:10:08]
[17:10:08] + Working ...
[17:10:10] CoreStatus = 63 (99)
[17:10:10] + Error starting Folding@Home core.
[17:10:10] - Attempting to download new core...
[17:10:10] + Downloading new core: FahCore_a1.exe
[17:10:12] + 10240 bytes downloaded
...
[17:10:28] + 789667 bytes downloaded
[17:10:28] Verifying core Core_a1.fah...
[17:10:29] Signature is VALID
[17:10:29] Trying to unzip core FahCore_a1.exe
[17:10:31] Decompressed FahCore_a1.exe (2035712 bytes) successfully
[17:10:42] + Core successfully engaged
[17:10:47] + Processing work unit
[17:10:47] Core required: FahCore_a1.exe
[17:10:47] Core found.
[17:10:47] Working on Unit 01 [January 29 17:10:47]
[17:10:47] + Working ...
[17:10:49] CoreStatus = 63 (99)
[17:10:49] + Error starting Folding@Home core.
[17:10:54] + Processing work unit
[17:10:54] Core required: FahCore_a1.exe
[17:10:54] Core found.
[17:10:54] Working on Unit 01 [January 29 17:10:54]
[17:10:54] + Working ...
[17:10:57] CoreStatus = 63 (99)
[17:10:57] + Error starting Folding@Home core.
[17:11:02] + Processing work unit
[17:11:02] Core required: FahCore_a1.exe
[17:11:02] Core found.
[17:11:02] Working on Unit 01 [January 29 17:11:02]
[17:11:02] + Working ...
[17:11:04] CoreStatus = 63 (99)
[17:11:04] + Error starting Folding@Home core.
[17:11:04] - Attempting to download new core...
[17:11:04] + Downloading new core: FahCore_a1.exe
[17:11:05] + 10240 bytes downloaded
... (repeats a number of times)
Folding@home will go to sleep for 1 day as there have been 5 consecutive Cores executed which failed to complete a work unit.
[17:13:51] (To wake it up early, quit the application and restart it.)
[17:13:51] If problems persist, please visit our website at http://folding.stanford.edu for help.
[17:13:51] + Sleeping...

[23:09:59] + Attempting to send results
[23:10:21] - Couldn't send HTTP request to server
[23:10:21] + Could not connect to Work Server (results)
[23:10:21] (171.64.122.136:80) <= IP ADDRESSS ASSIGNED ********
[23:10:21] - Error: Could not transmit unit 09 (completed January 9). Keeping unit in queue.
[05:10:17] Unit 9's deadline (January 29 23:48) has passed.


[05:10:17] + Attempting to send results
[05:10:19] - Couldn't send HTTP request to server
[05:10:19] + Could not connect to Work Server (results)
[05:10:19] (171.64.122.136:80) <= IP ADDRESSS ASSIGNED ********
[05:10:19] - Error: Could not transmit unit 09 (completed January 9). Keeping unit in queue.
[11:10:16] Unit 9's deadline (January 29 23:48) has passed.


[11:10:16] + Attempting to send results
[11:10:18] - Couldn't send HTTP request to server
[11:10:18] + Could not connect to Work Server (results)
[11:10:18] (171.64.122.136:80) <= IP ADDRESSS ASSIGNED ********
[11:10:18] - Error: Could not transmit unit 09 (completed January 9). Keeping unit in queue.

Folding@home Client Shutdown.
--- Opening Log file [January 30 13:45:39]
# Windows Graphical Edition ###################################################
###############################################################################
Folding@home Client Version 4.00
http://folding.stanford.edu
###############################################################################
###############################################################################
[13:45:40] - Ask before connecting: No
[13:45:40] - User name: XXXX (Team 24)
[13:45:40] - User ID = 127D3010D667E9A
[13:45:40] - Machine ID: 1
[13:45:40] Loaded queue successfully.
[13:45:40] Initialization complete
[13:45:40] + Benchmarking ...
[13:45:42] Unit 9's deadline (January 29 23:48) has passed.
[13:45:42] Unit 1's deadline (January 29 09:23) has passed.
[13:45:42] + Processing work unit
[13:45:42] Core required: FahCore_a1.exe
[13:45:42] Core found.
[13:45:42] Working on Unit 01 [January 30 13:45:42]
[13:45:42] + Working ...
[13:45:42] Unit 9's deadline (January 29 23:48) has passed.

[13:45:42] + Attempting to send results
[13:45:46] CoreStatus = 63 (99)
[13:45:46] + Error starting Folding@Home core.
[13:45:46] - Couldn't send HTTP request to server
[13:45:46] + Could not connect to Work Server (results)
[13:45:46] (171.64.122.136:80) <= IP ADDRESSS ASSIGNED ********
[13:45:46] - Error: Could not transmit unit 09 (completed January 9). Keeping unit in queue.

[19:45:43] + Attempting to send results
[19:45:52] - Couldn't send HTTP request to server
[19:45:52] + Could not connect to Work Server (results)
[19:45:52] (171.64.122.136:80) <= IP ADDRESSS ASSIGNED ********
[19:45:52] - Error: Could not transmit unit 09 (completed January 9). Keeping unit in queue.

[01:45:49] + Attempting to send results
[01:46:05] - Couldn't send HTTP request to server
[01:46:05] + Could not connect to Work Server (results)
[01:46:05] (171.64.122.136:80) <= IP ADDRESSS ASSIGNED ********
[01:46:05] - Error: Could not transmit unit 09 (completed January 9). Keeping unit in queue.
[07:46:02] Unit 9's deadline (January 29 23:48) has passed.

[07:46:02] + Attempting to send results
[07:46:04] - Couldn't send HTTP request to server
[07:46:04] + Could not connect to Work Server (results)
[07:46:04] (171.64.122.136:80) <= IP ADDRESSS ASSIGNED ********
[07:46:04] - Error: Could not transmit unit 09 (completed January 9). Keeping unit in queue.
Folding@home Client Shutdown.

--- Opening Log file [January 31 09:09:08]
# Windows Graphical Edition ###################################################
###############################################################################
Folding@home Client Version 4.00
http://folding.stanford.edu
###############################################################################
###############################################################################
[09:09:08] - Ask before connecting: No
[09:09:08] - User name: XXXX(Team 24)
[09:09:08] - User ID = 127D3010D667E9A
[09:09:08] - Machine ID: 1
[09:09:08]
...

[09:09:14] + Attempting to send results
[09:09:17] - Couldn't send HTTP request to server
[09:09:17] + Could not connect to Work Server (results)
[09:09:17] (171.64.122.136:80) <= IP ADDRESSS ASSIGNED ********
[09:09:17] - Error: Could not transmit unit 09 (completed January 9). Keeping unit in queue.
...
[15:09:20] + Attempting to send results
[15:09:41] - Couldn't send HTTP request to server
[15:09:41] + Could not connect to Work Server (results)
[15:09:41] (171.64.122.136:80) <= IP ADDRESSS ASSIGNED ********
[15:09:41] - Error: Could not transmit unit 09 (completed January 9). Keeping unit in queue.
[21:09:38] Unit 9's deadline (January 29 23:48) has passed.


[21:09:38] + Attempting to send results
[21:10:00] - Couldn't send HTTP request to server
[21:10:00] + Could not connect to Work Server (results)
[21:10:00] (171.64.122.136:80) <= IP ADDRESSS ASSIGNED ********
[21:10:00] - Error: Could not transmit unit 09 (completed January 9). Keeping unit in queue.

Folding@home Client Shutdown.


----- UNQUOTE

bruce wrote:Better yet, download qd, run it from the command prompt, and redirect the output into a file that you can post.


I'd like to comply, but your advice is too cryptic.
I don't know what "qd" is, nor from where to download it. (If I were an expert I wouldn't be asking for help.)

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Re: Folding 4 broken-multiple problems

Postby MstrBlstr » Fri Feb 01, 2008 2:09 am

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Re: Folding 4 broken-multiple problems

Postby bruce » Fri Feb 01, 2008 2:48 am

The address I'm looking for isn't in the part that you posted. If you run queue info from the context menu it will probably help.

The data may also be in FAHlog-Prev.txt. All of the assignments to 171.64.122.136:80 are upload attempts for Unit 09 which has been completed. It is now trying to process Unit 01 and it was downloaded before the first segment that you posted. (I'm not sure what happened to Unit 00 -- since they run from 0 through 9 and then loop back to 0 again).
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Re: Folding 4 broken-multiple problems

Postby nid-de-corbeau » Fri Feb 01, 2008 4:24 pm

MstrBlstr wrote:QD can be found here: http://linuxminded.xs4all.nl/?target=so ... -tools.plc


OK, I can follow that link, but you still didn't answer the questions I asked about it in my previous post.
May I say as politely as I can that, if you are going to post replies that are so cryptic as to be incomprehensible, then it's not worth posting them.

I still cannot see what qd is, what it does, what relevance it has to the Folding project, or why I might use it or what I might use it for.
I'm sorry.
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Re: Folding 4 broken-multiple problems

Postby nid-de-corbeau » Fri Feb 01, 2008 4:41 pm

bruce wrote:The address I'm looking for isn't in the part that you posted. If you run queue info from the context menu it will probably help.

The data may also be in FAHlog-Prev.txt. All of the assignments to 171.64.122.136:80 are upload attempts for Unit 09 which has been completed. It is now trying to process Unit 01 and it was downloaded before the first segment that you posted. (I'm not sure what happened to Unit 00 -- since they run from 0 through 9 and then loop back to 0 again).


OK. Context menu => status => Queue Info give me a graphic. This is a pain as I'll have to copy it manually ... here's what it shows ...

CURRENT QUEUE:
00 EMPTY
01 *ACTIVE "Folding@Home" (a1) 171.64.65.56:80 January 25 09:23:51 |January 29 09:23
02 EMPTY
03 EMPTY
04 EMPTY
05 EMPTY
06 EMPTY
07 EMPTY
08 EMPTY
09 DONE "Folding@Home" (78) 171.64.122.136:80 December 7 23:48:02 ->January 9 14:17:41


However, there is no work unit active right now. FAH is doing nothing, its status being "attempting to send results" on mouse hover over the icon, or "could not connect to Work Server (results) if I display the graphic. Every time I shut it down and restart it, it attempts about 5 times to dowload a new core, but it fails to initiate it with the "missing DLL" message I initially reported in my first post.

I'm sure that FAH 4 is trying to download a core which cannot run on this PC. On the page http://folding.stanford.edu/English/FAQ-SMP there are references
"We will support a particular Gromacs core for SMP processors only (Core_a1).
...
No, the SMP will run a set of WUs specially constructed for the SMP Core_a1's new functionality."

To me this seems to be saying that the _a1 core, which my FAH4 is trying to dowload is for symmetric multiprocessor PCs, which the P II 350 definitely is not.

All this was working fine until December 2007/Jan 2008, on a number of machines. Something changed, and it wasn't at my end.

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Re: Folding 4 broken-multiple problems

Postby ChelseaOilman » Fri Feb 01, 2008 4:42 pm

nid-de-corbeau wrote:I still cannot see what qd is, what it does, what relevance it has to the Folding project, or why I might use it or what I might us it for.

Basicly it shows you all the info in the queue.dat file which contains info on your last 10 WUs.

That link has a documentation link which explains qd and gives quite a few other good links showing how to use it, like this one.
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Re: Folding 4 broken-multiple problems

Postby ChelseaOilman » Fri Feb 01, 2008 4:44 pm

nid-de-corbeau wrote:OK. Context menu => status => Queue Info give me a graphic. This is a pain as I'll have to copy it manually ...

The info also prints out in FAHlog, which you can copy and paste from.
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Re: Folding 4 broken-multiple problems

Postby nid-de-corbeau » Fri Feb 01, 2008 4:59 pm

Thank you ChelseaOilman for your two helpful replies which have saved me a lot of time and shown me exactly where to go and why, unlike previous replies.

OK: here is the qd output:

qd released 31 January 2008 (fr 063)
Queue version 4.01
Current index: 1
Index 2: finished 206.00 pts (0.191 pt/hr) 1.29 X min speed
server: 171.65.103.160:80; project: 3402
Folding: run 0, clone 538, generation 16; benchmark 444; misc: 500, 200
issue: Thu Jul 19 23:55:57 2007; begin: Thu Jul 19 23:56:45 2007
end: Sun Sep 02 22:55:54 2007; due: Sat Sep 15 23:56:45 2007 (58 days)
preferred: Mon Aug 27 23:56:45 2007 (39 days)
core URL: http://www.stanford.edu/~pande/Win32/x86/Core_78.fah
CPU: 1,687 Pentium II/III; OS: 1,3 Win98
assignment info (le): Thu Jul 19 23:55:55 2007; A56A09B4
user: XXXX; team: 24; ID: 9B7E660D01D32701; mach ID: 1
work/wudata_02.dat file size: 399159; WU type: Folding@Home
Index 3: finished 186.00 pts (0.237 pt/hr) 1.62 X min speed
server: 171.64.122.136:80; project: 2526
Folding: run 10, clone 7, generation 43; benchmark 80; misc: 500, 400
issue: Sun Sep 02 22:57:04 2007; begin: Sun Sep 02 22:57:13 2007
end: Fri Oct 05 17:14:25 2007; due: Thu Oct 25 22:57:13 2007 (53 days)
preferred: Mon Oct 08 22:57:13 2007 (36 days)
core URL: http://www.stanford.edu/~pande/Win32/x86/Core_78.fah
CPU: 1,687 Pentium II/III; OS: 1,3 Win98
assignment info (le): Sun Sep 02 22:57:05 2007; A53452D6
user: XXXX; team: 24; ID: 9B7E660D01D32701; mach ID: 1
work/wudata_03.dat file size: 240182; WU type: Folding@Home
Index 4: finished 226.00 pts (0.741 pt/hr) 4.95 X min speed
server: 171.64.122.136:80; project: 2098
Folding: run 8, clone 4, generation 73; benchmark 384; misc: 500, 400
issue: Fri Oct 05 17:15:34 2007; begin: Fri Oct 05 17:15:35 2007
end: Thu Oct 18 10:25:58 2007; due: Fri Dec 07 18:15:35 2007 (63 days)
preferred: Thu Nov 08 18:15:35 2007 (34 days)
core URL: http://www.stanford.edu/~pande/Win32/x86/Core_7a.fah
CPU: 1,687 Pentium II/III; OS: 1,3 Win98
assignment info (le): Fri Oct 05 17:15:34 2007; A5C19C61
user: XXXX; team: 24; ID: 9B7E660D01D32701; mach ID: 1
work/wudata_04.dat file size: 163143; WU type: Folding@Home
Index 5: deleted 206.00 pts
server: 171.65.103.160:80; project: 3404
Folding: run 4, clone 317, generation 22; benchmark 404; misc: 500, 200
issue: Thu Oct 18 11:28:00 2007; begin: Thu Oct 18 11:28:08 2007
end: ZERO; due: Sat Dec 15 12:28:08 2007 (58 days)
preferred: Mon Nov 26 12:28:08 2007 (39 days)
core URL: http://www.stanford.edu/~pande/Win32/x86/Core_78.fah
CPU: 1,687 Pentium II/III; OS: 1,3 Win98
assignment info (le): Thu Oct 18 11:27:59 2007; A5F15340
user: XXXX; team: 24; ID: 9B7E660D01D32701; mach ID: 1
work/wudata_05.dat file size: 398425; WU type: Folding@Home
Index 6: deleted 192.00 pts
server: 171.64.122.136:80; project: 2056
Folding: run 3, clone 5, generation 94; benchmark 444; misc: 500, 400
issue: Sun Oct 28 18:37:35 2007; begin: Sat Oct 27 17:35:47 2007
end: ZERO; due: Mon Dec 03 18:35:47 2007 (37 days)
preferred: Wed Nov 21 18:35:47 2007 (25 days)
core URL: http://www.stanford.edu/~pande/Win32/x86/Core_78.fah
CPU: 1,687 Pentium II/III; OS: 1,3 Win98
assignment info (le): Sun Oct 28 18:37:35 2007; A5EFC5C8
user: XXXX; team: 24; ID: 9B7E660D01D32701; mach ID: 1
work/wudata_06.dat file size: 129602; WU type: Folding@Home
Index 7: deleted 192.00 pts
server: 171.64.122.136:80; project: 2056
Folding: run 3, clone 5, generation 94; benchmark 464; misc: 500, 400
issue: Sun Oct 28 18:37:35 2007; begin: Sat Oct 27 18:19:26 2007
end: ZERO; due: Mon Dec 03 19:19:26 2007 (37 days)
preferred: Wed Nov 21 19:19:26 2007 (25 days)
core URL: http://www.stanford.edu/~pande/Win32/x86/Core_78.fah
CPU: 1,687 Pentium II/III; OS: 1,3 Win98
assignment info (le): Sun Oct 28 19:21:14 2007; A5EE3F8D
user: XXXX; team: 24; ID: 9B7E660D01D32701; mach ID: 1
work/wudata_07.dat file size: 129602; WU type: Folding@Home
Index 8: deleted 186.00 pts
server: 171.64.122.136:80; project: 2527
Folding: run 40, clone 5, generation 69; benchmark 100; misc: 500, 400
issue: Fri Nov 09 00:54:37 2007; begin: Fri Nov 09 00:54:45 2007
end: ZERO; due: Tue Jan 01 00:54:45 2008 (53 days)
preferred: Sat Dec 15 00:54:45 2007 (36 days)
core URL: http://www.stanford.edu/~pande/Win32/x86/Core_78.fah
CPU: 1,687 Pentium II/III; OS: 1,3 Win98
assignment info (le): Fri Nov 09 00:54:37 2007; A59CECEA
user: XXXX; team: 24; ID: 9B7E660D01D32701; mach ID: 1
work/wudata_08.dat file size: 237707; WU type: Folding@Home
Index 9: ready for upload 186.00 pts (0.238 pt/hr) 1.63 X min speed
server: 171.64.122.136:80; project: 2527, "p2527_Am22-43"
Folding: run 16, clone 8, generation 61; benchmark 424; misc: 500, 400
issue: Sat Dec 08 10:47:57 2007; begin: Sat Dec 08 10:48:02 2007
end: Thu Jan 10 01:17:41 2008; due: Wed Jan 30 10:48:02 2008 (53 days)
preferred: Sun Jan 13 10:48:02 2008 (36 days)
core URL: http://www.stanford.edu/~pande/Win32/x86/Core_78.fah (V1.90)
CPU: 1,687 Pentium II/III; OS: 1,3 Win98
assignment info (le): Sat Dec 08 10:47:57 2007; A5B5A55A
user: XXXX; team: 24; ID: 9B7E660D01D32701; mach ID: 1
work/wudata_09.dat file size: 239362; WU type: Folding@Home
Index 0: finished 174.00 pts (0.459 pt/hr) 3.04 X min speed
server: 130.49.240.81:80; project: 891
Folding: run 7, clone 483, generation 4; benchmark 420; misc: 500, 200
issue: Thu Jan 10 01:18:36 2008; begin: Thu Jan 10 01:18:44 2008
end: Fri Jan 25 20:21:16 2008; due: Wed Feb 27 01:18:44 2008 (48 days)
preferred: Mon Feb 11 01:18:44 2008 (32 days)
core URL: http://www.stanford.edu/~pande/Win32/x86/Core_82.fah
CPU: 1,687 Pentium II/III; OS: 1,3 Win98
assignment info (le): Thu Jan 10 01:18:36 2008; 8D3F2392
user: XXXX; team: 24; ID: 9B7E660D01D32701; mach ID: 1
work/wudata_00.dat file size: 218190; WU type: Folding@Home
Index 1: folding now 1760.00 pts
server: 171.64.65.56:80; project: 2605
Folding: run 9, clone 166, generation 23; benchmark 384; misc: 500, 200
issue: Fri Jan 25 20:23:01 2008; begin: Fri Jan 25 20:23:51 2008
due: Tue Jan 29 20:23:51 2008 (4 days)
preferred: Mon Jan 28 20:23:51 2008 (3 days)
core URL: http://www.stanford.edu/~pande/Win32/x86/Core_a1.fah
CPU: 1,687 Pentium II/III; OS: 1,3 Win98
assignment info (le): Fri Jan 25 20:23:00 2008; A4756033
user: XXXX; team: 24; ID: 9B7E660D01D32701; mach ID: 1
work/wudata_01.dat file size: 2435604; WU type: Folding@Home
Average download rate 40.516 KB/s (u=4); upload rate 26.961 KB/s (u=4)
Performance fraction 0.538187 (u=4)
Average pph: 0.294, ppd: 7.04, ppw: 49.3, ppy: 2573


... and the Queue info from the log file ...

CURRENT QUEUE:
00 EMPTY
01 *ACTIVE "Folding@Home" (a1) 171.64.65.56:80 January 25 09:23:51 | January 29 09:23
02 EMPTY
03 EMPTY
04 EMPTY
05 EMPTY
06 EMPTY
07 EMPTY
08 EMPTY
09 DONE "Folding@Home" (78) 171.64.122.136:80 December 7 23:48:02->January 9 14:17:41


I hope this helps.
Thank you
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Re: Folding 4 broken-multiple problems

Postby bruce » Fri Feb 01, 2008 8:25 pm

nid-de-corbeau wrote:However, there is no work unit active right now. FAH is doing nothing, its status being "attempting to send results" on mouse hover over the icon, or "could not connect to Work Server (results) if I display the graphic. Every time I shut it down and restart it, it attempts about 5 times to dowload a new core, but it fails to initiate it with the "missing DLL" message I initially reported in my first post.


Thank you for the information you posted. The data from Queue Info is useful, but qd provides a LOT more information.

From everything I know, some kind of error that is "impossible" has happened to get you in this situation. I do not understand it but I feel confident that we can get out of it.

The currently active WU (project: 2605) from server 171.64.65.56:80 wants to use FahCore_a1 which cannot be run on your machine. You also have another completed WU (project: 2527) which has not yet uploaded to server 171.64.122.136:80 but it expired on Wed Jan 30 so it can no longer be accepted by the servers. [I don't think those two issues are related, but since I can't explain either one, we can ignore that question.]

Stop the client. Delete the entire contents of the WORK directory. Delete the file called queue.dat. Restart the client. NOTE: This procedure is pretty drastic and I rarely recommend it so don't use it again in the future without assistance.

I hope this helps.
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