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Well that just about seals the deal on my thinking this thread should be deleted. It was just there for the Chimp Challenge anyway. Too many general folding/unix questions being asked here.
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Aye, seems pointless now! My fast-track to the top 100 for OCN has been cut short tongue.gif

Thanks for the guide; glad I managed to get it up an running for at least a couple of months before they nerfed the whole thing thumb.gif
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Is there anyway we can core hack this so that it thinks our overclocked 3930k has 16threads? that way we can pull the -bigadv ?
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Nevermind, you say? O.o

Sorry I posted the correct link but for some reason I thought it was only for TC and we just had to stop doing bigadv not that it wouldn't work anymore. I don't know I guess I was right but I hesitated lol rookie move doh.gif
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Is there anyway we can core hack this so that it thinks our overclocked 3930k has 16threads? that way we can pull the -bigadv ?

Interested in this as well!
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Ok, so i have been palying around with the settings in Oracle and if I change the cores from 12 to 16 my CPU usage stays at 100% but in actuality it raised each % completed on a 6097/98/99 WU by 2 minutes with core settings on 16 in F@H configuration. Right now I have it set to 12 cores in Oracle with 12gb of memory usage and F@H cores set to 16, this setting increased each % by about 30 seconds but it may allow me to pull some -Bigadv. I just set this up few hours ago so I will report back in few days to let you know if it worked.

Kernel I7 avx ( Sandy Bridge )
Code:
Launch directory: /usr/local/fah
Executable: ./fah6
Arguments: -bigadv -advmethods -verbosity 9 -smp 16 
[15:28:00] Mapping NT from 16 to 16
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where can I find the ip address to fill my stats?
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So, I followed this guide for my second try of getting a VM folding, and I still can't get it to work. Everything is set up as we described but it just sits at 0% forever. I have 32 threads running at 100% but no progress even after ~6 hours (WU is an 8101). How the heck do I make this thing work? There are no errors, it simply starts and does nothing at all.

Folding under windows with the V7 client works fine.
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someone should make this one with Ubuntu, so you can use corehack to get hugeadv
because it doesnt work in this one atm

i started my ubuntu and ran the corehack and it game me a 8101 at the 1st try

btw The_chemist21, you should join the TC with your i7 (Division 3) http://tc.folding.net/index.php?p=div&div=3
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