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For some reason after restarting fedora i lost my progress
here is the log file
Code:
# Linux SMP Console Edition ###################################################
###############################################################################
 
Folding@Home Client Version 6.34
 
http://folding.stanford.edu
 
###############################################################################
###############################################################################
 
Launch directory: /fah
Executable: ./fah6
Arguments: -smp -bigadv -verbosity 9 
 
[10:56:03] - Ask before connecting: No
[10:56:03] - User name: Deathshad (Team 37726)
[10:56:03] - 
[10:56:03] - Machine ID: 1
[10:56:03] 
[10:56:03] Loaded queue successfully.
[10:56:03] 
[10:56:03] + Processing work unit
[10:56:03] Core required: FahCore_a5.exe
[10:56:03] - Autosending finished units... [June 11 10:56:03 UTC]
[10:56:03] Trying to send all finished work units
[10:56:03] + No unsent completed units remaining.
[10:56:03] - Autosend completed
[10:56:03] Core found.
[10:56:03] Working on queue slot 03 [June 11 10:56:03 UTC]
[10:56:03] + Working ...
[10:56:03] - Calling './FahCore_a5.exe -dir work/ -nice 19 -suffix 03 -np 8 -checkpoint 5 -verbose -lifeline 2510 -version 634'
 
[10:56:03] 
[10:56:03] *------------------------------*
[10:56:03] Folding@Home Gromacs SMP Core
[10:56:03] Version 2.27 (Thu Feb 10 09:46:40 PST 2011)
[10:56:03] 
[10:56:03] Preparing to commence simulation
[10:56:03] - Ensuring status. Please wait.
[10:56:13] - Looking at optimizations...
[10:56:13] - Working with standard loops on this execution.
[10:56:13] - Previous termination of core was improper.
[10:56:13] - Going to use standard loops.
[10:56:13] - Files status OK
[10:56:15] - Expanded 24860914 -> 30796292 (decompressed 123.8 percent)
[10:56:15] Called DecompressByteArray: compressed_data_size=24860914 data_size=30796292, decompressed_data_size=30796292 diff=0
[10:56:15] - Digital signature verified
[10:56:15] 
[10:56:15] Project: 6900 (Run 58, Clone 9, Gen 2)
[10:56:15] 
[10:56:15] Entering M.D.
[10:56:21] Using Gromacs checkpoints
:-) G R O M A C S (-:
 
Groningen Machine for Chemical Simulation
 
:-) VERSION 4.5.3 (-:
 
Written by Emile Apol, Rossen Apostolov, Herman J.C. Berendsen,
Aldert van Buuren, Pär Bjelkmar, Rudi van Drunen, Anton Feenstra, 
Gerrit Groenhof, Peter Kasson, Per Larsson, Pieter Meulenhoff, 
Teemu Murtola, Szilard Pall, Sander Pronk, Roland Schulz, 
Michael Shirts, Alfons Sijbers, Peter Tieleman,
 
Berk Hess, David van der Spoel, and Erik Lindahl.
 
Copyright (c) 1991-2000, University of Groningen, The Netherlands.
Copyright (c) 2001-2010, The GROMACS development team at
Uppsala University & The Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden.
check out http://www.gromacs.org for more information.
 
 
:-) Gromacs (-:
 
[10:56:22] Mapping NT from 8 to 8 
Reading file work/wudata_03.tpr, VERSION 4.0.99_development_20090605 (single precision)
Note: tpx file_version 70, software version 73
Starting 8 threads
 
Reading checkpoint file work/wudata_03.cpt generated: Sat Jun 11 20:53:56 2011
 
 
Making 1D domain decomposition 8 x 1 x 1
 
-------------------------------------------------------
Program Gromacs, VERSION 4.5.3
Source code file: /vspm58/VM/fah-converted/mnt/fah_windows_build/LinuxBuilds/gromacs-4.5.3/src/kernel/md.c, line: 1539
 
Fatal error:
Checkpoint error on step 0
 
For more information and tips for troubleshooting, please check the GROMACS
website at http://www.gromacs.org/Documentation/Errors
-------------------------------------------------------
 
Thanx for Using GROMACS - Have a Nice Day
: No such process
starting mdrun 'SINGLE VESICLE in water'
750000 steps, 3000.0 ps (continuing from step 651183, 2604.7 ps).
[10:56:26] fcSaveRestoreState: I/O failed dir=0, var=0000000002706760, varsize=21120
[10:56:26] Can't restore state.fcSaveRestoreState: I/O failed dir=0, var=0000000002706760, varsize=21120
[10:56:26] Can't restore state.fcSaveRestoreState: I/O failed dir=0, var=0000000002706760, varsize=21120
[10:56:26] Can't restore state.fcSaveRestoreState: I/O failed dir=0, var=0000000002706760, varsize=21120
[10:56:26] Can't restore state.fcSaveRestoreState: I/O failed dir=0, var=0000000002706760, varsize=21120
[10:56:26] Can't restore state.fcSaveRestoreState: I/O failed dir=0, var=0000000002706760, varsize=21120
[10:56:26] Can't restore state.mdrun returned 3
[10:56:26] Gromacs detected an invalid checkpoint. Restarting...fcSaveRestoreState: I/O failed dir=0, var=0000000002706760, varsize=21120
[10:56:26] Can't restore state.Resuming from checkpoint
[10:56:26] fcSaveRestoreState: I/O failed dir=0, var=0000000002706760, varsize=21120
[10:56:26] Can't restore state.
[10:56:45] Folding@home Core Shutdown: UNKNOWN_ERROR
[10:56:45] CoreStatus = 62 (98)
[10:56:45] + Restarting core (settings changed) 
[10:56:45] 
[10:56:45] + Processing work unit
[10:56:45] Core required: FahCore_a5.exe
[10:56:45] Core found.
[10:56:45] Working on queue slot 03 [June 11 10:56:45 UTC]
[10:56:45] + Working ...
[10:56:45] - Calling './FahCore_a5.exe -dir work/ -nice 19 -suffix 03 -np 8 -checkpoint 5 -notermcheck -verbose -lifeline 2510 -version 634'
 
[10:56:45] 
[10:56:45] *------------------------------*
[10:56:45] Folding@Home Gromacs SMP Core
[10:56:45] Version 2.27 (Thu Feb 10 09:46:40 PST 2011)
[10:56:45] 
[10:56:45] Preparing to commence simulation
[10:56:45] - Looking at optimizations...
[10:56:45] - Not checking prior termination.
[10:56:47] - Expanded 24860914 -> 30796292 (decompressed 123.8 percent)
[10:56:47] Called DecompressByteArray: compressed_data_size=24860914 data_size=30796292, decompressed_data_size=30796292 diff=0
[10:56:47] - Digital signature verified
[10:56:47] 
[10:56:47] Project: 6900 (Run 58, Clone 9, Gen 2)
[10:56:47] 
[10:56:47] Assembly optimizations on if available.
[10:56:47] Entering M.D.
:-) G R O M A C S (-:
 
Groningen Machine for Chemical Simulation
 
:-) VERSION 4.5.3 (-:
 
Written by Emile Apol, Rossen Apostolov, Herman J.C. Berendsen,
Aldert van Buuren, Pär Bjelkmar, Rudi van Drunen, Anton Feenstra, 
Gerrit Groenhof, Peter Kasson, Per Larsson, Pieter Meulenhoff, 
Teemu Murtola, Szilard Pall, Sander Pronk, Roland Schulz, 
Michael Shirts, Alfons Sijbers, Peter Tieleman,
 
Berk Hess, David van der Spoel, and Erik Lindahl.
 
Copyright (c) 1991-2000, University of Groningen, The Netherlands.
Copyright (c) 2001-2010, The GROMACS development team at
Uppsala University & The Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden.
check out http://www.gromacs.org for more information.
 
 
:-) Gromacs (-:
 
Reading file work/wudata_03.tpr, VERSION 4.0.99_development_20090605 (single precision)
[10:56:53] Mapping NT from 8 to 8 
Note: tpx file_version 70, software version 73
Starting 8 threads
Making 1D domain decomposition 8 x 1 x 1
starting mdrun 'SINGLE VESICLE in water'
750000 steps, 3000.0 ps (continuing from step 500000, 2000.0 ps).
[10:56:56] Completed 0 out of 250000 steps (0%)
[root@localhost fah]#
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Linux systems are known to have issues when shutting them down and restarting them if they get shut down too soon after closing fah. If you shut them down when they are writing the check point to file to soon after closing fah they do not get the checkpoint saved to the disk. What I do is while fah is still running before, I shut it down I save a copy of the folding folder to the desktop then I shut it down. I then disconnect from the Internet before I start fah. If it fails to start I just delete the fah folder and copy the one I have on the desktop back and start from it.
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Thanks ill definitly do that. i have heard it happens a bit. Just frustrating hehe
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Yea. I think I've lost 10 Bigadv > 50% on my linux boxes in just the last month. It really sucks
    
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Yea. I think I've lost 10 Bigadv > 50% on my linux boxes in just the last month. It really sucks
wow thats harsh.
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Yea. I think I've lost 10 Bigadv > 50% on my linux boxes in just the last month. It really sucks
Why are you running Linux if you are having that much trouble. Your points have to be tanking if you are loosing 50% What are you gaining by running Linux 1 1/2 min per frame X 100 = 130 min / 60 = 2 hr. 10 min. per WU I do not know what your frame time are but if they are 30 min per frame on Linux 37,000 PPD and 31 1/2 on windows then 34,000 you gained 21,000 points for the week. At 30 min per frame that is 3.33 WU per week on Linux and 31 1/2 min on Windows = 3.2 WU's per week, if you are loosing 50% of your WU that is maybe 2 WU's per week on Linux = 156,000 points per week Vs Windows 3.2 WU's per week = 243,200 Points per week. It does not add up to use Linux you are costing yourself 87,200 Points per week.
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Been having power issues, I can't blame Linux for crappy power.

Gonna get a UPS very shortly. Besides with Windows my 2600k got MAX 35k PPD. On Linux I peek at 53k PPD. Those are both with a 6900 WU

Lost WUs are bad for Stanford. I could care less about the points but making their job harder kinda irritates me

In theory I should drop a bigadv every day. So I guess you could say my points are tanking

    
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Switch back to Windows until you get the UPS that was kind of my point lost WU's hurt. Most of the time Windows will have a good save point whether it shuts down from BSOD power problem etc where Linux does not.
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Switch back to Windows until you get the UPS that was kind of my point lost WU's hurt. Most of the time Windows will have a good save point whether it shuts down from BSOD power problem etc where Linux does not.
To much trouble... Might just shut the clients down till I get a UPS. I don't know I'll figure it out
    
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