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7610?

Postby Datsun 1600 » Wed Jun 15, 2011 7:09 am

What is the go with this WU, as I have been doing SMP for ages and I just noticed this uni processor WU was downloaded and taking forever to do a frame?
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Re: 7610?

Postby P5-133XL » Wed Jun 15, 2011 7:54 am

The 7610 uses the A4 core. The A4 core can run either as a uni-processor or in SMP mode. If your client is running it as a single core then I would check to see if you have the smp flag still in place. Since these are in -advmethods, if you would prefer not getting them you may wish to remove that specific flag in your configuration.

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Re: 7610?

Postby Datsun 1600 » Wed Jun 15, 2011 10:17 am

I have removed the advmethods flag, the smp flag is still there, but as for running in smp mode, that bolded line might may give a clue.


[02:28:25] + Processing work unit
[02:28:25] Work type a4 not eligible for variable processors
[02:28:25] Core required: FahCore_a4.exe
[02:28:25] Core found.
[02:28:25] Working on queue slot 04 [June 15 02:28:25 UTC]
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Re: 7610?

Postby tjlane » Wed Jun 15, 2011 7:43 pm

Hi all -

We've been experiencing some difficulties with the P76** series. These units use the A4 core which should be able to run on single or multi-threaded machines, but there is some issue with the core. They've been rolled back to closed beta until we can sort this out.

Thanks for posting!
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Re: 7610?

Postby bruce » Wed Jun 15, 2011 7:57 pm

@Datsun 1600

Which client version are you running?
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Re: 7610?

Postby Datsun 1600 » Thu Jun 16, 2011 12:22 am

I am running Folding@Home Client Version 6.29 and has been running for 16 months.

I just had a look and found this, this is going to get deleted, but I will wait for a reply before doing so.

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[02:28:25] Folding@Home Gromacs GB Core
[02:28:25] Version 2.27 (Dec. 15, 2010)
[02:28:25]
[02:28:25] Preparing to commence simulation
[02:28:25] - Looking at optimizations...
[02:28:25] - Created dyn
[02:28:25] - Files status OK
[02:28:25] - Expanded 270235 -> 644556 (decompressed 238.5 percent)
[02:28:25] Called DecompressByteArray: compressed_data_size=270235 data_size=644556, decompressed_data_size=644556 diff=0
[02:28:25] - Digital signature verified
[02:28:25]
[02:28:25] Project: 7610 (Run 108, Clone 0, Gen 0)
[02:28:25]
[02:28:25] Assembly optimizations on if available.
[02:28:25] Entering M.D.
[02:28:31] Mapping NT from 1 to 1
[02:28:31] Completed 0 out of 2000000 steps  (0%)
[02:56:48] Completed 20000 out of 2000000 steps  (1%)
[03:25:32] Completed 40000 out of 2000000 steps  (2%)
[03:54:15] Completed 60000 out of 2000000 steps  (3%)
[04:22:57] Completed 80000 out of 2000000 steps  (4%)
[04:51:31] Completed 100000 out of 2000000 steps  (5%)
[05:20:05] Completed 120000 out of 2000000 steps  (6%)
[05:48:33] Completed 140000 out of 2000000 steps  (7%)
[06:17:00] Completed 160000 out of 2000000 steps  (8%)
[06:45:22] Completed 180000 out of 2000000 steps  (9%)
[07:13:59] Completed 200000 out of 2000000 steps  (10%)
[07:42:01] Completed 220000 out of 2000000 steps  (11%)
[08:10:38] Completed 240000 out of 2000000 steps  (12%)
[08:38:57] Completed 260000 out of 2000000 steps  (13%)
[09:07:22] Completed 280000 out of 2000000 steps  (14%)
[09:35:39] Completed 300000 out of 2000000 steps  (15%)
[10:04:17] Completed 320000 out of 2000000 steps  (16%)
[10:33:00] Completed 340000 out of 2000000 steps  (17%)
[11:01:51] Completed 360000 out of 2000000 steps  (18%)
[11:30:31] Completed 380000 out of 2000000 steps  (19%)
[11:59:00] Completed 400000 out of 2000000 steps  (20%)
[12:27:15] Completed 420000 out of 2000000 steps  (21%)
[12:55:44] Completed 440000 out of 2000000 steps  (22%)
[13:24:18] Completed 460000 out of 2000000 steps  (23%)
[13:52:41] Completed 480000 out of 2000000 steps  (24%)
[14:13:32] mdrun returned 255
[14:13:32] Going to send back what have done -- stepsTotalG=2000000
[14:13:32] Work fraction=0.2438 steps=2000000.
[14:13:36] logfile size=16924 infoLength=16924 edr=0 trr=25
[14:13:36] logfile size: 16924 info=16924 bed=0 hdr=25
[14:13:36] - Writing 17462 bytes of core data to disk...
[14:13:36] Done: 16950 -> 4668 (compressed to 27.5 percent)
[14:13:36]   ... Done.
[14:13:37]
[14:13:37] Folding@home Core Shutdown: UNSTABLE_MACHINE
[17:27:15] )
[17:54:15] Completed 660000 out of 2000000 steps  (33%)
[18:20:39] Completed 680000 out of 2000000 steps  (34%)
[18:47:13] Completed 700000 out of 2000000 steps  (35%)
[19:13:36] Completed 720000 out of 2000000 steps  (36%)
[19:39:48] Completed 740000 out of 2000000 steps  (37%)
[20:06:28] Completed 760000 out of 2000000 steps  (38%)
[20:32:53] Completed 780000 out of 2000000 steps  (39%)
[20:59:32] Completed 800000 out of 2000000 steps  (40%)
[21:25:53] Completed 820000 out of 2000000 steps  (41%)
[21:52:11] Completed 840000 out of 2000000 steps  (42%)
[22:18:34] Completed 860000 out of 2000000 steps  (43%)
[22:45:28] Completed 880000 out of 2000000 steps  (44%)
[23:11:43] Completed 900000 out of 2000000 steps  (45%)
[23:38:26] Completed 920000 out of 2000000 steps  (46%)
[00:04:49] Completed 940000 out of 2000000 steps  (47%)
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Re: 7610?

Postby 7im » Thu Jun 16, 2011 12:29 am

Windows SMP clients need to be on v6.30 or newer, preferably v6.34.
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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Re: 7610?

Postby Datsun 1600 » Thu Jun 16, 2011 12:42 am

I just updated the Client and the P7610 was hosed.
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Re: 7610?

Postby 7im » Thu Jun 16, 2011 1:00 am

Same WU? Project: 7610 (Run 108, Clone 0, Gen 0) Or different one?

Instead of using "-smp" try using "-smp x" where x is the number of cores you want to use.
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Re: 7610?

Postby tjlane » Thu Jun 16, 2011 1:11 am

Datsun,

If you're still trying on this WU, please post your new client version and the log. I've corrected many potential issues so hopefully P7610 will run smoothly from now on!

Thanks for your help with this guy.
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Re: 7610?

Postby Datsun 1600 » Thu Jun 16, 2011 5:15 am

The new Client v6.34 deleted the WU Project: 7610 (Run 108, Clone 0, Gen 0) and grabbed a P7137.
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Re: 7610?

Postby Jorge1950 » Thu Aug 25, 2011 12:34 am

The 7610 project is totally undervalued. My smp:8 around 8,000 points in 12 hours usually does. With the 7610 project only 3937 points.
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7:19:50:Unit 02:Mapping NT from 8 to 8
17:19:50:Unit 02:Completed 0 out of 2000000 steps (0%)
17:19:50:Unit 03:Completed 3%
17:19:52:Unit 01: Upload complete
17:19:52:Server responded WORK_ACK (400)
17:19:52:Final credit estimate, 3937.00 points
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And for worst those assigned me one after another. With "… ultra-long trayectories run by De Shaw on their new supercomputer ANTON. We are testing ..."
As soon as I see it "ANTON", I feel like a curse; It must be love to FAH to not throw away these WP.
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Thank you for your understanding. Jorge Barrientos
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Re: 7610?

Postby schwancr » Thu Aug 25, 2011 1:21 am

I believe this WU was benchmarked twice, so the points should be correct.

If you want post an example log and I can check that the credit is being calculated correctly.
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Re: 7610?

Postby bruce » Thu Aug 25, 2011 2:26 pm

Jorge1950 wrote:The 7610 project is totally undervalued. My smp:8 around 8,000 points in 12 hours usually does. With the 7610 project only 3937 points.

In addition to providing your log, please describe your hardware.
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