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post #31 of 44
Hi

still some guy here in "desperate" need to Ryzen folding-log files for be shown here (http://ppd.fahmm.net) and upload please here: https://www.dropbox.com/request/5rabRYbsGm2jmOq0xDoB

Really would like to visualize the comparison of the Ryzen performance compared to Intel chips.

Thank you in advance.
CV
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Hi

still some guy here in "desperate" need to Ryzen folding-log files for be shown here (http://ppd.fahmm.net) and upload please here: https://www.dropbox.com/request/5rabRYbsGm2jmOq0xDoB

Really would like to visualize the comparison of the Ryzen performance compared to Intel chips.

Thank you in advance.
CV

How do I make sure log files are being created and where are they stored?
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post #33 of 44
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How do I make sure log files are being created and where are they stored?

Log files are always written to my understanding; under Linux they are stored in /var/lib/fahclient ; in Windows not 100% sure, but I think in your user's AppData folder

There is one log.txt with the current information since the last restart and a folder with the name logs containing per default the last 16 logfiles.
Those both are the files I can process.

Are you running Windows or Linux ? Or Mac ?
post #34 of 44
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Log files are always written to my understanding; under Linux they are stored in /var/lib/fahclient ; in Windows not 100% sure, but I think in your user's AppData folder

There is one log.txt with the current information since the last restart and a folder with the name logs containing per default the last 16 logfiles.
Those both are the files I can process.

Are you running Windows or Linux ? Or Mac ?

Windows, I just did a full system wipe due to changing out my motherboard so no log files at the moment.

Ill check the appdata folder once I complete some Work units
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I just uploaded a log file, it only has a couple WUs complete so far, I will upload a more in depth file after I complete more work units
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post #36 of 44
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I just uploaded a log file, it only has a couple WUs complete so far, I will upload a more in depth file after I complete more work units

Thank you Zhany, it just popped up in my inbox and already imported ! One A7 and one A4. Looking good ...
post #37 of 44
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Hi

still some guy here in "desperate" need to Ryzen folding-log files for be shown here (http://ppd.fahmm.net) and upload please here: https://www.dropbox.com/request/5rabRYbsGm2jmOq0xDoB

Really would like to visualize the comparison of the Ryzen performance compared to Intel chips.

Thank you in advance.
CV

How do I make sure log files are being created and where are they stored?

 

I believe the log files are created in the appdata folder if you don't use the custom option and create your own folders.

I use the custom option and my log files are in that custom folder.

 

I have a X370 motherboard that will be delivered Monday but I just got the funds to buy the CPU and memory today.

As soon as my check clears I'll have them on order.

I'm not going to discuss what I settled on for my Ryzen build until I have a ship date for my last two components!

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I believe the log files are created in the appdata folder if you don't use the custom option and create your own folders.
I use the custom option and my log files are in that custom folder.

I have a X370 motherboard that will be delivered Monday but I just got the funds to buy the CPU and memory today.
As soon as my check clears I'll have them on order.
I'm not going to discuss what I settled on for my Ryzen build until I have a ship date for my last two components!

Sure enough its in the App Data folder, I uploaded what I had.

Ill upload the file after my overnight run as well, I'm running the CPU only GFX card is on idle.
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post #39 of 44
@ChristianFAH Just uploaded my log file after folding overnight, I will continue to upload my log files as I continue to fold. One thing of note is I'm running PFSense under virtual box on my Ryzen 1800x Folding machine as well, granted PFsense could probably run on a potato but figured I would mention it.

Current System settings: CPU is at stock settings, boosts to 3.7 GHZ when F@H is running
Ram set at 2666mhz at 16-18-18-18-36 timings
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post #40 of 44
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@ChristianFAH Just uploaded my log file after folding overnight, I will continue to upload my log files as I continue to fold. One thing of note is I'm running PFSense under virtual box on my Ryzen 1800x Folding machine as well, granted PFsense could probably run on a potato but figured I would mention it.

Current System settings: CPU is at stock settings, boosts to 3.7 GHZ when F@H is running
Ram set at 2666mhz at 16-18-18-18-36 timings

Thank you once again Zhany. Looking good, the ryzen. Seems a good choice and balance between performance and money for computing needs we are all looking for. Appreciate further submissions of log files
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