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I have just got the same error, as follows:

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[20:54:17] Folding@home Core S- Shutting down core
[20:54:17] 
[20:54:17] Folding@home Core Shutdown: FILE_IO_ERROR
[20:54:40] ting local files
[20:54:40] Extra SSE boost OK.
[21:59:30] pleted 25000 out of 2500000 steps  (1 percent)
[23:06:17] Writing local files
[23:06:18] Completed 50000 out of 2500000 steps  (2 percent)
[00:11:04] Writing local files
[00:11:05] Completed 75000 out of 2500000 steps  (3 percent)
[01:13:45] Writing local files
[01:13:46] Completed 100000 out of 2500000 steps  (4 percent)
[02:16:30] Writing local files
[02:16:30] Completed 125000 out of 2500000 steps  (5 percent)
[03:19:15] Writing local files
[03:19:15] Completed 150000 out of 2500000 steps  (6 percent)
[04:22:00] Writing local files
[04:22:00] Completed 175000 out of 2500000 steps  (7 percent)
[05:24:45] Writing local files
[05:24:45] Completed 200000 out of 2500000 steps  (8 percent)
[06:27:28] Writing local files
[06:27:28] Completed 225000 out of 2500000 steps  (9 percent)
[07:30:04] Writing local files
[07:30:05] Completed 250000 out of 2500000 steps  (10 percent)
[08:32:46] Writing local files
[08:32:46] Completed 275000 out of 2500000 steps  (11 percent)
[09:35:25] Writing local files
[09:35:26] Completed 300000 out of 2500000 steps  (12 percent)
[10:38:07] Writing local files
[10:38:08] Completed 325000 out of 2500000 steps  (13 percent)
[11:40:52] Writing local files
[11:40:52] Completed 350000 out of 2500000 steps  (14 percent)
[12:43:33] Writing local files
[12:43:33] Completed 375000 out of 2500000 steps  (15 percent)
[13:46:17] Writing local files
[13:46:17] Completed 400000 out of 2500000 steps  (16 percent)
[14:49:20] Writing local files
[14:49:20] Completed 425000 out of 2500000 steps  (17 percent)
[15:51:37] Writing local files
[15:51:38] Completed 450000 out of 2500000 steps  (18 percent)
[16:55:47] Writing local files
[16:55:48] Completed 475000 out of 2500000 steps  (19 percent)
[17:58:28] Writing local files
[17:58:28] Completed 500000 out of 2500000 steps  (20 percent)
[19:00:53] Writing local files
[19:00:53] Completed 525000 out of 2500000 steps  (21 percent)
[20:03:13] Writing local files
[20:03:13] Completed 550000 out of 2500000 steps  (22 percent)
[21:00:03] Warning:  long 1-4 interactions
[21:00:03] Gromacs cannot continue further.
[21:00:03] Going to send back what have done.
[21:00:03] logfile size: 22973
[21:00:03] - Writing 23509 bytes of core data to disk...
[21:00:03]   ... Done.
[21:00:03] - Failed to delete work/wudata_01.sas
[21:00:03] - Failed to delete work/wudata_01.goe
[21:00:03] Warning:  check for stray files
[21:00:03] 
[21:00:03] Folding@home Core Shutdown: EARLY_UNIT_END
[21:00:03] 
[21:00:03] Folding@home Core Shutdown: EARLY_UNIT_END
[21:00:08] CoreStatus = 63 (99)
[21:00:08] + Error starting Folding@Home core.
[21:00:13] 
[21:00:13] + Processing work unit
[21:00:13] Work type a1 not eligible for variable processors
[21:00:13] Core required: FahCore_a1.exe
[21:00:13] Core found.
[21:00:13] Working on queue slot 01 [April 6 21:00:13 UTC]
[21:00:13] + Working ...
[21:00:13] 
[21:00:13] *------------------------------*
[21:00:13] Folding@Home Gromacs SMP Core
[21:00:13] Version 1.76 (February 23, 2008)
[21:00:13] 
[21:00:13] Preparing to commence simulation
[21:00:13] - Looking at optimizations...
[21:00:13] - Created dyn
[21:00:13] - Files status OK
[21:00:13] - Expanded 1648023 -> 9524377 (decompressed 577.9 percent)
[21:00:13] - Starting from initial work packet
[21:00:13] 
[21:00:13] Project: 3065 (Run 5, Clone 305, Gen 32)
[21:00:13] 
[21:00:13] Assembly optimizations on if available.
[21:00:13] Entering M.D.
[21:00:13] Protein: 66728 p3065_Protein: 66728 p3065_lambda5_99sb_bigExtra SSE boost OK.
[21:00:13] 
[21:00:13] Extra SSE boost OK.
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 0 out of 2500000 steps  (0 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 25000 out of 2500000 steps  (1 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 50000 out of 2500000 steps  (2 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 75000 out of 2500000 steps  (3 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 100000 out of 2500000 steps  (4 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 125000 out of 2500000 steps  (5 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 150000 out of 2500000 steps  (6 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 175000 out of 2500000 steps  (7 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 200000 out of 2500000 steps  (8 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 225000 out of 2500000 steps  (9 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 250000 out of 2500000 steps  (10 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 275000 out of 2500000 steps  (11 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 300000 out of 2500000 steps  (12 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 325000 out of 2500000 steps  (13 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 350000 out of 2500000 steps  (14 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 375000 out of 2500000 steps  (15 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 400000 out of 2500000 steps  (16 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 425000 out of 2500000 steps  (17 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 450000 out of 2500000 steps  (18 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 475000 out of 2500000 steps  (19 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 500000 out of 2500000 steps  (20 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 525000 out of 2500000 steps  (21 percent)
[21:00:13] Writing local files
[21:00:13] Completed 550000 out of 2500000 steps  (22 percent)
[21:00:13] Warning:  long 1-4 interactions
[21:00:13] Gromacs cannot continue further.
[21:00:13] Going to send back what have done.
[21:00:13] logfile size: 22973
[21:00:13] - Writing 23509 bytes of core data to disk...
[21:00:13]   ... Done.
[21:00:13] - Failed to delete work/wudata_01.sas
[21:00:13] - Failed to delete work/wudata_01.goe
[21:00:13] Warning:  check for stray files
[21:00:13] 
[21:00:13] Folding@home Core Shutdown: EARLY_UNIT_END
[21:00:13] 
[21:00:13] Folding@home Core Shutdown: EARLY_UNIT_END
[21:02:37] CoreStatus = 1 (1)
[21:02:37] Sending work to server
[21:02:37] Project: 3065 (Run 5, Clone 305, Gen 32)


[21:02:37] + Attempting to send results [April 6 21:02:37 UTC]
[21:02:38] + Results successfully sent
[21:02:38] Thank you for your contribution to Folding@Home.
Do you note how it took a day to get to 22% and then it went from 0% to 22% all at once?

I am running a test to see if this old computer P4 3.4 GHz is able to complete with the SMP client, instead of the systray client (more than 2x PPD)
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Very odd; haven't seen that error before. This is sort of cheating and you may have heard it already, but bear with me.

Since you're folding an a1 WU, it's possible you're not set up for SMP2 WUs (with bonuses), so maybe take a look at the new SMP guide and start getting bonus points.

If you are running that client and it is all set up for a3 WUs, well let me know and I'll see what we can do about this error of yours.

(I will look into it now, but if you're on the current client, I'll look even harder. )
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This turned out to be my ram, was asking too much from the aggressively binned G.Skills.
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Very odd; haven't seen that error before. This is sort of cheating and you may have heard it already, but bear with me.

Since you're folding an a1 WU, it's possible you're not set up for SMP2 WUs (with bonuses), so maybe take a look at the new SMP guide and start getting bonus points.

If you are running that client and it is all set up for a3 WUs, well let me know and I'll see what we can do about this error of yours.

(I will look into it now, but if you're on the current client, I'll look even harder. )
Thanks for the guidance! I will give it a try.
What called my attention is that running the SMP on this Pentium 4 with HT more than doubled its PPD performance compared to the systray client.

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This turned out to be my ram, was asking too much from the aggressively binned G.Skills.
This would be odd, since this rig is running @ stock speed and shows no instability elsewhere.
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Thanks for the guidance! I will give it a try.
What called my attention is that running the SMP on this Pentium 4 with HT more than doubled its PPD performance compared to the systray client.



This would be odd, since this rig is running @ stock speed and shows no instability elsewhere.
Run memtest, I had to before I was convinced it was a memory issue.
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Thanks for the guidance! I will give it a try.
What called my attention is that running the SMP on this Pentium 4 with HT more than doubled its PPD performance compared to the systray client.
The system tray client only folds on one core, and gets WUs specifically for single core CPUs, so the PPD is lower on them. The SMP WUs give better PPD.

And the new a3 WUs on the SMP client give bonuses, in addition to the PPD boost.
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Very odd; haven't seen that error before. This is sort of cheating and you may have heard it already, but bear with me.

Since you're folding an a1 WU, it's possible you're not set up for SMP2 WUs (with bonuses), so maybe take a look at the new SMP guide and start getting bonus points.

If you are running that client and it is all set up for a3 WUs, well let me know and I'll see what we can do about this error of yours.

(I will look into it now, but if you're on the current client, I'll look even harder. )
Ok, I installed the SMP client per your instructions, on my sig rig (Not the old Pentium 4)
Attached, the screenshot after config.

This is the WU I've got:
[14:17:26] Project: 6012 (Run 1, Clone 371, Gen 27)

I am confused, since it is a 470 points WU that will take my rig 18h+ to finish. This is about 590 ppd.

Something I have overlooked?
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Are you using HFM to monitor the PPD? Because HFM factors in the bonuses. You won't actually get bonuses for the first 10 WU, so ~600 is correct at the moment. But after those first 10, you'll be getting much higher PPD.
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HFM shows a TPF of 00:11:19, which corresponds to the ~600 ppd.
It also shows 2335 ppd. Is this higher PPD based on the bonuses?

It is very nice, but based only on the bonuses.

I find it to be very bad raw performance if compared to the ~1,600 ppd I get with Linux SMP.

It is also below running 2x systray clients (for which I get ~500 ppd each).

Can we get the bonuses for the systray and/or the Linux SMP clients?
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System Tray client: No
Linux SMP: Not too sure.

But we've done comparisons, and the Windows SMP has higher PPD. The 2.3k PPD you have there is what you will receive once you get bonuses. Yes, the 600 PPD is very poor in comparison, but after the first 10, you have bonuses indefinitely (as long as your success rate stays above 80%), so it's worth it in the long run.

Plus OCNChimpin has already completed those 10 WUs, so we all get bonuses traight away for the CC.
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