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post #11 of 20
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The exact spelling is;

Thumper


But if you check, there are 2, exactly identical, listed on our page. Right now, the correct one, is ranked #361.

I'm going to be without internet until Monday, and then only at work until I get it set up at my new place.

Thanks for the help with this, like I said, I always find the glitches in software that no one else has every heard of. It's a gift.
post #12 of 20
i think something was going on with there system around that time cause i couldnt get the page to load and got robed a couple wus
make sure the names and team are typed exactly the same for each console.
    
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The trouble isn't what I type in the console (or the graphical one before) the trouble is what the system sees.


I guess I can post on the Stanford site about this also, but I doubt anything will come of it. Just another glitch.

Stanford Stats page

Seriously, go look, that's our team's stat page. There are 2(two) Thumper's listed. And evidently now my stats on here (in my user block to the left) are attached to the mistake Thumper which is lower rank as only completed a few WUs before I realized the mistake. If I can't get this straightened out by the time we get Performance Preslers online, I guess I'll just go back to plain Thumper just so the points are attached properly to our team.

I'm not so much worried about the points I got with this Thumper that might be lost if I continue forward with this Thumper, I just want to be sure that moving forward the tracking doens't get more confused. If that was possible.
post #14 of 20
There's definitely something going on with the dual name on Stanford's site. For your site, you are registered as Thumper, which seems to be pulling from the wrong Thumper account from Stanford.

Hrm...it gets more interesting. When you do an exact name search for Thumper on Stanford's site, it only lists one of your names (and a guy from team 11108). However, if you do a "starts with" search for Thumper, it lists both names. Did a starts with search for Thumper with a space after it, and that returned nothing.

Final goofy thing - looking at the two URLs you posted above, the "new" Thumper has this for the user name search 37726&pname=JFSxbwh%40vmwheEvez%2EDwn while the "old" Thumper has 37726&username=Thumper. Go figure.
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Ok, I am having some dual core folding problems myself. Here is what I did. I downloaded the console version, and copied it in two different folders (Core 1 and Core 2). Then I went to the core 1 Folding@home console clicked on it, set the user to pauldovi, team to 37726 and changed advanced options so that it was Machine CPU1. Then I went to Core 2 F@H clicked on it, made the user name pauldovi, 37726, and then I set Machine ID to CPU 2.

This is a screen shot:


Is that everything I have to do? I am really confused on the "-config flag" stuff.
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All the config flag does is force the program to run through the configuration options every time you click on the shortcut. Since you only need to do that on rare occasions (when tweaking settings), it's something you just insert for one run and then remove. Leaving it in doesn't hurt anything, but it would get annoying to run through the config routine at every boot up.

You should be good to go - 2 directories with different machine IDs in each.
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Originally Posted by Taeric
There's definitely something going on with the dual name on Stanford's site. For your site, you are registered as Thumper, which seems to be pulling from the wrong Thumper account from Stanford.

Hrm...it gets more interesting.

Final goofy thing - looking at the two URLs you posted above, the "new" Thumper has this for the user name search 37726&pname=JFSxbwh%40vmwheEvez%2EDwn while the "old" Thumper has 37726&username=Thumper. Go figure.
You got it backwards. The "old" Thumper is the one with the weird string, probably because of the "@overclock.net" thing.


LOL

I told you I break software.



So, here is my plan, and you tell me what you think. LOL


Since the stats for my ranking here are being pulled from the "new" Thumper (the one without the funny string of symbols), I am going to go home and completely wipe Folding@home from my drive. Then I will re-install 2 consoles and configure them for the correct name of just "Thumper" for our team and I will fold under that name for ranking.

The WUs I completed under the messed up Thumper will be lost to me for ranking, but since the research was completed (the most important part) and the points attributed to our team anyway, I am not worried about it.

Funy thing is I just uploaded another one last night under the messed up Thumper by loading the work folder on my flash drive, dumping it onto my laptop and using the open wireless hotspot in my neighborhood to upload to the site LOL

Which reminds me, time to order my internet Self Install kit from Comcast.
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I am having the same problems as thumper, WUs are being completed, but not registering on the Stanford website. But I guess as you said it is server problems?
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Originally Posted by pauldovi
I am having the same problems as thumper, WUs are being completed, but not registering on the Stanford website. But I guess as you said it is server problems?

LOL, unless you have 17* of the same entries on stanford, you're problems are different

* - A slight exageration.


I think it takes like a few hours to see the update to your WU count, but check your folding name, make sure there are no funky symbols or anything in there. That's what screwed up my stuff.
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Ya! I now have credit for my most recent WU... I guess Stanford got their server working again.

I figured my problem out!
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