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Finished with my RAM purchase for this rig. Now I can host some virtualized servers for my studies, testing...128GB strong! thumb.gif



Going to try and get it fired up tonight or tomorrow, once I get a few fans rigged to blow across the memory and chipset(s).

I'll try to get it OC'd before the end of this coming week...try.

Hey Scuba, can you share where you got the mem from?
I have been looking, but haven't found any online. mad.gif
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Hey Scuba, can you share where you got the mem from?
I have been looking, but haven't found any online. mad.gif
This stuff? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148659
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Ahh, I see. Was hoping he had found the 2x2 version.
Oh well, I will continue to search..
Thanks ZD!
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Ahh, I see. Was hoping he had found the 2x2 version.
Oh well, I will continue to search..
Thanks ZD!
Best I can do...
http://www.crucial.com/store/partspecs.aspx?IMODULE=BLT2KIT2G3D1608DT1TX0
http://www.crucial.com/store/partspecs.aspx?IMODULE=BLT2G3D1608DT1TX0

Not really worth what they charge when you can get http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148560 4GB more for $15 more.
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Interesting, perhaps I will have to expand my search parameters more.
Rep to you for your quick reply and for the links! thumb.gif
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This stuff? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148659

Unless you're lucky enough to live near a MicroCenter, you will pay a premium.

Crucial Ballistix Tactical (8GB)
Mfr Part #: 649528757630
UPC: 649528757630
   
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Unless you're lucky enough to live near a MicroCenter, you will pay a premium.

Crucial Ballistix Tactical (8GB)
Mfr Part #: 649528757630
UPC: 649528757630
Funny part is, I live 15 minutes from Micron. Crucial is their memory/ssd manufacturer. I get a reseller discount on their stuff too, but most places beat it anyways... I have a friend who works for them and doesn't get much more of a discount that I already do, so it really doesn't make any sense for me to buy directly through them, even with my perks rolleyes.gif
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To carry over a questions and answer session I was having in Coremageddon...

How do I control F@H in Linux? Can I control it like I can in Windoze with FAHControl? Or am I at the mercy of the start and stop functions that I downloaded courtesy of Musky @ [H]?

Is there no "finish" in Linux like there is in the Windoze version of FAHControl? Something to stop the processing after the current WU's are complete?
   
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You can control it with FAHControl if you have a GUI, other than that, there's a few command line controls. On top of that, you can inject commands into your config.xml.
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Usage: FAHClient [[--config] <filename>] [OPTIONS]...
Command line options:
  --chdir                 <string>                Change directory before starting server. All files
                                                  opened after this point, such as the configuration
                                                  file, must have paths relative to the new
                                                  directory.
  --config                <string=config.xml>     Set configuration file.
  --configure                                     Create a basic configuration file, then exit.
  --dump                  <string>                Dump either 'all' or a specific work unit,
                                                  identified by its queue ID, then exit.
  --finish                                        Finish all current work units, send the results,
                                                  then exit.
  --help                  [string]                Print help screen or help on a particular option
                                                  and exit.
  --info                                          Print application and system information and exit.
  --license                                       License information and exit.
  --lifeline              <integer>               The application will watch for this process ID and
                                                  exit if it goes away. Usually the calling process'
                                                  PID.
  --lspci                                         List the PCI bus devices, can be helpful for
                                                  finding GPU vendor and device IDs.
  --print                                         Print configuration and exit.
  --queue-info                                    Print work unit queue then exit.
  --send                                          Send all finished work units, then exit.
  -v                                              Increase verbosity level.
  --version                                       Print application version and exit.
  -v                                              Increase verbosity level.

Configuration options:
The following options can be specified in a configuration file or on the command
line using the following syntax:
    --<option> <value>
  or:
    --<option>=<value>
  or when marking boolean values true:
    --<option>

Client Control:
  cycle-rate              <double=4>              The maximum cycle frequence in Hz.
  cycles                  <integer=-1>            Run at most this many cycles. A value less than
                                                  zero means run indefinately.
  data-directory          <string=.>              The directory, relative to the current directory,
                                                  where WU data and cores are stored.
  disable-project-lookup  <boolean=false>         Turn off project downloading of project
                                                  descriptions from Stanford servers
  exec-directory          <string=/usr/bin>       The directory, relative to the current executable,
                                                  where executables and dynamic libraries are
                                                  located.
  exit-when-done          <boolean=false>         Exit when all slots are paused.
  threads                 <integer=4>             The number of unit processing threads.

Configuration:
  config-rotate           <boolean=true>          Rotate the configuration file to a backup when
                                                  saving would overwrite the previous configuration.
  config-rotate-dir       <string=configs>        Put rotated configs in this directory.
  config-rotate-max       <integer=16>            The maximum number of rotated configuration files
                                                  to keep. A value of zero will keep all
                                                  configuration file backups.

Error Handling:
  max-slot-errors         <integer=5>             The maximum number of errors before a slot is
                                                  paused.
  max-unit-errors         <integer=5>             The maximum number of errors before a work unit is
                                                  dumped.

FahCore Control:
  checkpoint              <integer=15>            Tell cores to checkpoint at least every # minutes.
  core-dir                <string=cores>          The directory to store core files in.
  core-prep               <string>                Run this command on cores after they are
                                                  downloaded. This option is useful for running
                                                  Linux cores on BSD machines.
  core-priority           <string=idle>           Set the core priority. Valid values are: idle or
                                                  low
  cpu-affinity            <boolean=false>         If true, try to lock core processes to a fixed CPU
  cpu-usage               <integer=100>           The maximum percentage of the CPU a core should
                                                  use.
  no-assembly             <boolean=false>         Tell cores to disable optimized assembly code.

Folding Slot Configuration:
  cause-pref              <string=ANY>            The cause you prefer to support.
  client-subtype          <string=LINUX>          The client subtype
  client-type             <string=normal>         The client type. Can be 'normal', 'advanced' or
                                                  'beta'.
  cpu-species             <string=X86_PENTIUM_II>
                                                  CPU species.
  cpu-type                <string=AMD64>          CPU type.
  cpus                    <integer=-1>            How many CPUs a slot should use. <= 0 will use all
                                                  the CPUs detected in the system.
  cuda-index              <integer=0>             The CUDA device index of the GPU, counting starts
                                                  from 0.
  extra-core-args         <string>                Pass extra arguments to the core.
  gpu                     <boolean=false>         Enable or disable auto-confiugration of GPU slots,
                                                  requires appropriate hardware.
  gpu-index               <string>                The index of the GPU as detected by the client.
                                                  This index corresponds directly to the GPUs listed
                                                  in the client's '--info' output.
  gpu-usage               <integer=100>           GPU usage as a percent from 10-100
  max-packet-size         <string=normal>         Max size in bytes of a work unit packet. Can be
                                                  small=5MB, normal=10MB, big=500MB or a number.
  memory                  <string>                Override memory, in bytes, reported to
                                                  Folding@home.
  opencl-index            <integer=0>             The OpenCL device index of the GPU, counting
                                                  starts from 0.
  os-species              <string=UNKNOWN>        Operating system species.
  os-type                 <string=LINUX>          Operating system type.
  project-key             <integer=0>             Key for access to restricted testing projects.
  smp                     <boolean=true>          Enable or disable auto-configuration of SMP slots,
                                                  requires appropriate hardware.

Logging:
  log                     <string=log.txt>        Set log file.
  log-color               <boolean=true>          Print log messages with ANSI color coding.
  log-crlf                <boolean=false>         Print carriage return and line feed at end of log
                                                  lines.
  log-date                <boolean=false>         Print date information with log entries.
  log-date-periodically   <integer=21600>         Print date to log before new log entries if so
                                                  many seconds have passed since the last date was
                                                  printed.
  log-debug               <boolean=true>          Disable or enable debugging info.
  log-domain              <boolean=false>         Print domain information with log entries.
  log-domain-levels       <string ...>            Set log levels by domain. Format is:
                                                        <domain>[:i|d|t]:<level> ...
                                                  Entries are separated by white-space and or
                                                  commas.
                                                        i - info
                                                        d - debug
                                                  For example: server:i:3 module:6
                                                  Set 'server' domain info messages to level 3 and
                                                  'module' info and debug messages to level 6. All
                                                  other domains will follow the log verbosity level.
  log-header              <boolean=true>          Enable log message headers.
  log-level               <boolean=true>          Print level information with log entries.
  log-no-info-header      <boolean=true>          Don't print 'INFO(#):' in header.
  log-redirect            <boolean=false>         Redirect all output to log file. Implies
                                                  !log-to-screen.
  log-rotate              <boolean=true>          Rotate log files on each run.
  log-rotate-dir          <string=logs>           Put rotated logs in this directory.
  log-rotate-max          <integer=16>            Maximum number of rotated logs to keep.
  log-short-level         <boolean=false>         Print shortened level information with log
                                                  entries.
  log-simple-domains      <boolean=true>          Remove any leading directories and trailing file
                                                  extensions from domains so that source code file
                                                  names can be easily used as log domains.
  log-thread-id           <boolean=false>         Print id with log entries.
  log-thread-prefix       <boolean=true>          Print thread prefixes, if set, with log entries.
  log-time                <boolean=true>          Print time information with log entries.
  log-to-screen           <boolean=true>          Log to screen.
  log-truncate            <boolean=false>         Truncate log file.
  verbosity               <integer=3>             Set logging level for INFO and DEBUG messages.

Network:
  proxy                   <string=>               Set proxy for outgoing HTTP connections
  proxy-enable            <boolean=false>         Enable proxy configuration
  proxy-pass              <string=>               Set password for proxy connections
  proxy-user              <string=>               Set user name for proxy connections

Process Control:
  child                   <boolean=false>         Disable 'daemon', 'pid' and 'respawn' options.
                                                  Also defaults 'log-to-screen' to false. Used
                                                  internally.
  daemon                  <boolean=false>         Short for --pid --service --respawn --log=''
  pid                     <boolean=false>         Create PID file.
  pid-file                <string=Folding@home Client.pid>
                                                  Name of PID file.
  priority                <string>                Set the process priority. Valid values are: idle,
                                                  low, normal, high or realtime.
  respawn                 <boolean=false>         Run the application as a child process and respawn
                                                  if it is killed or exits.
  run-as                  <string>                Run as specified user
  service                 <boolean=false>         Ignore user logout or hangup and interrupt signals

Remote Command Server:
  command-address         <string=0.0.0.0>        The address to which the command server should be
                                                  bound. Setting this to an empty string will
                                                  disable the command server.
  command-allow           <string=127.0.0.1>      IP address ranges that are allowed access to the
                                                  command server
  command-allow-no-pass   <string=127.0.0.1>      IP address ranges that are allowed access to the
                                                  command server with out a password if the
                                                  'password' option is set. These addresses will
                                                  also have to be allowed IP based access.
  command-deny            <string=0.0.0.0/0>      IP address ranges that are denied access to the
                                                  command server
  command-deny-no-pass    <string=0.0.0.0/0>      IP address ranges that are not allowed access to
                                                  the command server with out a password if the
                                                  'password' option is set. Overriden by
                                                  command-allow-no-pass
  command-port            <integer=36330>         The port to which the command server should be
                                                  bound.
  eval                    <string>                Evaluate the argument as a script.
  password                <string>                Set a command server password. Warning, setting a
                                                  password disables the default IP address blocking.
  script                  <string>                Run commands from a script file.

Slot Control:
  max-shutdown-wait       <integer=60>            The maxumum amount of time to wait in seconds for
                                                  a unit to exit on shutdown.
  pause-on-battery        <boolean=false>         Pause the client or slot when the OS indicates the
                                                  machine is running on battery power.
  pause-on-start          <boolean=false>         If true the slot will be started in a paused
                                                  state.

User Information:
  machine-id              <integer=0>             The machine ID.
  passkey                 <string=>               Your passkey.
  team                    <string=0>              Your team number.
  user                    <string=Anonymous>      Your user name.

Work Unit Control:
  dump-after-deadline     <boolean=true>          Dump units if their deadline has passed.
  max-queue               <integer=16>            Maximum units per slot in the work queue.
  max-units               <integer=0>             Process at most this number of units, then pause.
  next-unit-percentage    <integer=99>            Pre-download the next work unit when the current
                                                  one is this far along. Values less than 90 are not
                                                  allowed.

edit: Sorry. Forgot to mention you can do FAHClient --finish if you want to finish your current work unit
Edited by ZDngrfld - 3/29/13 at 5:07pm
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