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Well, i'm doing CPU Rosetta at the moment. As i have to turn off my PC's i get close to no SETI WU's.

Gotta keep my lead
   
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Umm, keeping your lead Starbomba is a nobrainer. I can setup one of my AMD systems for you to control for a week or something, you can use LogMeIn to talk to it and do whatever you want (except format or wipe the HD's...). Hell, if you mess it up, it's all cloned & backed up anyway...

I was thinking of donating a week of crunching time on my 955 or 1090t system as a BGB prize to someone... LOL! You could be a test case to try it out...

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Umm, keeping your lead Starbomba is a nobrainer. I can setup one of my AMD systems for you to control for a week or something, you can use LogMeIn to talk to it and do whatever you want (except format or wipe the HD's...). Hell, if you mess it up, it's all cloned & backed up anyway...

I was thinking of donating a week of crunching time on my 955 or 1090t system as a BGB prize to someone... LOL! You could be a test case to try it out...

Well, considering i'm not a full-time cruncher (i do GPU folding and gaming too), and other guys do get more PPD than me (i do get my bulk from BGB's tho even tho the rest of the month is a dry spell) but i still want to get moar points and boost my country

I'm knowledgeable about LMI (use it at work) and TeamViewer (use it personally) so i'm open to any testing of that method.

I actually like it as a BGB prize, but certain rules would have to be established IMO. It certainly would give a chance to boost a part-time cruncher or someone with a not-so-good computer, while still keep on pumping points for the team, but i'd say people that can get over 250k points in BGB to be ineligible (with hardware like that what other help you need) or full-time crunchers to be ineligible as well (getting an additional 12+ crunching hours a day, especially with GPU crunching, does help even on mid-range hardware). Plus, considering i can be near the top 100 of the team with such "small" point amount and "low" crunching time (at the moment of writing i was on position 101), a lot of people would benefit from this
Edited by Starbomba - 8/28/11 at 11:15am
   
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Sorry I've been offline on crunching for sometime already.
I'll be continuing after I get the replacement top cover with 140mm fanslot and I resolve my psu temp problems.

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Gonna shift almost all of my processor over to Rosetta in the hopes we can meet our goal!

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Originally Posted by Starbomba View Post
Well, considering i'm not a full-time cruncher (i do GPU folding and gaming too), and other guys do get more PPD than me (i do get my bulk from BGB's tho even tho the rest of the month is a dry spell) but i still want to get moar points and boost my country

I'm knowledgeable about LMI (use it at work) and TeamViewer (use it personally) so i'm open to any testing of that method.

...CUT... a lot of people would benefit from this
I agree, heavies don't qualify. It will be a purely subjective choice on "MY" part. I will look at BGB points, RAC history etc.

Okay, LMI only works with windows and right now both my AMD systems are crunching under Linux-64b with all the ia32-libs installed so they can run anything. Soon as we can, I will let the projects run down and swap to Windows-7 64b. Win-7 64b is the default unattended boot mode.

As a test, I will setup the 4 core system for you. All I need is to PM you the password (which you can change if you want) and you PM me your login info. Make it special, a new LMI account, like BGBLMI@gmail.com or something so you have no worries about privacy or anything else.

The 955 system (AZZA Box on left)



is setup for minimal Win-7 install, has MSI Afterburner running with the GPU's already OC'ed to max. The 955BE runs 4.2GHz 24/7 so long as the A/C in this apartment works. Under full load, it averages 46-49c constantly without hickup. It has two aircooled 9800 GT cards inside that will run anything except Milkyway. When you log in, BOINC will be installed, but have NO projects assigned. YOU will have to assign the projects using YOUR real email/PW etc. No worries, there is no monitor hooked up to it unless I need to make a BIOS change. I use VNC to talk to it on my LAN. Besides, I couldn't care less what emails and PW's are used. I'm an honest dude and won't record or do anything stupid and childish like that.

You can reboot the system, 30 second timeout with the dual Win-7/Linux partition, then defaults to Win-7. You can do whatever you want. It has two 2.5" drives. the Boot is an SSD, the other is a data/pagefile drive. No internal drives, just the two small ones in the Kingwin thing. I will set the display for 640x480 minimum color so it works faster on remote connections.

Edit: Better yet, I will remove the two normal drives and put in the Clone Win-7 only drive. Piece of cake and takes seconds. That way, even if you format it or whatever, no problem! LOL!


Soo, plan on using it for BGB as a test... that is 48hrs and should tell us if there are any problems. We can set it up the day before, make sure it's working properly. And of course, once you let it go, it just goes and probably you don't have to do a thing after that unless you want to change a project or something! After BGB, if it worked well, then we simply detach from all the projects, delete the login stuff on LMI and all good again!

If you are willing and have the time, then it's a done deal and I would say "Thanks for helping me test it!".



PS: What I REALLY like about this is all the points still go towards the TEAM goals!

PPS: I just thought, it would be easier in the long run if "I" setup the LMI account, then pass the info to you. You can then change the Password if you want, then connect to the system and do your thing. That way all I would have to do is keep changing the password for each person that uses it and they don't have to do a thing!
Edited by Tex1954 - 8/28/11 at 3:28pm
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It will be a purely subjective choice on "MY" part. I will look at BGB points, RAC history etc.
Totally agree.

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Okay, LMI only works with windows and right now both my AMD systems are crunching under Linux-64b with all the ia32-libs installed so they can run anything. Soon as we can, I will let the projects run down and swap to Windows-7 64b. Win-7 64b is the default unattended boot mode.
Does it? Maybe it's just the business-sided LMI Rescue which is multiplatform then, since so far i've even remotely troubleshooted an Android Tablet with it on a win XP PC. Too bad i can't use it as freely

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As a test, I will setup the 4 core system for you. All I need is to PM you the password (which you can change if you want) and you PM me your login info. Make it special, a new LMI account, like BGBLMI at gmail dot com or something so you have no worries about privacy or anything else.

*snip*

Soo, plan on using it for BGB as a test... that is 48hrs and should tell us if there are any problems. We can set it up the day before, make sure it's working properly. And of course, once you let it go, it just goes and probably you don't have to do a thing after that unless you want to change a project or something! After BGB, if it worked well, then we simply detach from all the projects, delete the login stuff on LMI and all good again!

If you are willing and have the time, then it's a done deal and I would say "Thanks for helping me test it!".
Alright, sounds fine. I'll be glad to be the guinea pig for the experiment xD

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PS: What I REALLY like about this is all the points still go towards the TEAM goals!
My thoughts exactly

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PPS: I just thought, it would be easier in the long run if "I" setup the LMI account, then pass the info to you. You can then change the Password if you want, then connect to the system and do your thing. That way all I would have to do is keep changing the password for each person that uses it and they don't have to do a thing!
That works too. Not many people would go to the hassle of having (and maintaining) a spam email (like me ), or create a new one. Plus, considering the setup isn't as easy as TeamViewer (just download the software, pass the login ID and password, and leave it running, there is no need to even install it or have admin rights to run it) might be a bit confusing at first (but yea, if you're in OCN, you can find your way through )
   
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Totally agree.
I'll be glad to be the guinea pig for the experiment
Exactly my thoughts that "YOU" be the guinea pig!

LOL!

I have the LMI account setup, no need to change PW's there because the PW for the computer will be the one I change. They can see, but not touch... unless LMI doesn't like multiple logins and does something stupid...

I'm setting it up now... doing a double clone so I can always go back to the beginning. Also, setting up a USER account to limit Admin rights for the folks who like to play...

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We are very very close to achieving our Rosetta@Home goal. It will probably come down to the last BOINCstats update.
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We are very very close to achieving our Rosetta@Home goal. It will probably come down to the last BOINCstats update.
We can do it!!!
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