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post #1 of 8
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I would like to do a poll on the projects given to the Linux SMP folders. This might not work very well, but, I’d like to get a percentage on the WU's given out. After I get a list of the WU's I’ll figure out if I want to do a poll or some other method. I hope I can get your help on this. If it turns out to be good data for us I will do it for the other consoles to.

OK; here is the WU's Linux SMP WU's I have received thus far:

2604
2605
2608
2609

Please post any Linux SMP project you have received that isn’t listed above.


Suggestions are welcome. TY
post #2 of 8
With my vmware linux i'm getting 2608, but i could have sworn i was getting 2607 before i did a full windows xp reinstall to set up my RAID 0.
post #3 of 8
I believe Burn already started such a database. Do a quick search for it.
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post #4 of 8
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I think his was on the various WU's completion time with different clock speeds and we were having problems because time in VMware Linux is kind of screwy. This is, or could be, a database on the WU's distribution. I seem to get stuck on certain WU's and then others and wonder what the trends are with the rest of or team.
post #5 of 8
If you want to see what your WU distribution is, go to your stats at

http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/...ame=MahtaReika

At the bottom of the page you will see details links that will tell you which WUs you have recieved and how many of each. This may help you identify the distribution of WUs you have recieved.

This link will show you all the 2000 series WUs you have done:

http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/...26&prange=2000

This link will show you all the 3000 series WUs you have done:
http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/...26&prange=3000


Hope this helps,

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Well, i have that data. I'm thinking of a bigger picture. It's not looking like there is anyone else interested. Oh well, maybe i'll try it at the F@H forum.
post #7 of 8
Can you describe what exactly you are trying to find out?

From what I have seen, it does appear somewhat random on what WU you get. There are time however when certain WUs are just more available.

One thing to keep in mind is that some of the so called "Slower WUs" appear more often because of the nature of SMP folding. When people dont hit the preferred deadline, the WU gets reassigned to someone else. Even if the WU is done by the final deadline, by that time, someone else is already working on it.

So it would seem to make sense that a lot more of the slower SMP WUs would be available because there are more of them getting reassigned to more than one person.

This is just a theory of coarse.
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post #8 of 8
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What I would like is:

Example

May Linux SMP WU’s

2604- 5
2605- 11
2608- 31
2609- 22

June Linux SMP WU’s

2604- 33
2605- 6
2608- 14
2609- 0



Why would I want this?..... No real reason. It’s really loose data that doesn’t really answer anything. It’s kind of like the picture of the protein with the graphical client. No real benefit, but, nice to look at every once in a while. It would be nice to see the trends as they fluctuate on a monthly basis. Has anyone seen this done yet? Anyways, this thread is just a feasibility check. If someone has an idea on how to do this go ahead and post.
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