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sudo apt-get install lm-sensors
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I'm now running text-only
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Little late to the party but I'm up and rolling just the same.
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Just tried a new kernel on my VM. Added 5 minutes to the TPF. Shouldn't have let that run overnight
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Came in this morning to a hung client. Restarted at 23%, so I just lost a few hours... nothing serious...

I think it got hot in here last night... I may shut down the 950 to save some cool air..

EDIT: wow... that little stall cost me 10k on that wu according to hfm... We're supposed to have record high temps today, and I can already see that the hottest core is getting too hot... Gonna have to babysit it today...
Edited by mach1 - 5/31/11 at 6:00am
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ARG!!! Lost some time on my bigadv guys Came home, was still going great at 4.8ghz, so I shut it down, bumped it back up to 4.9 since I'm home to babysit it tonight, and it failed to restart from the checkpoint. So it's starting that WU over again.. Lost about 5 hours. Hopefully it stays stable at 4.9 and doesn't give me any more issues.
did you kill it with a ctrl-c? If I just close the terminal, it resets my progress every time...

In zed's guide, someone posted about a kill command, but I think you can kill it in the processes list (kill, not end) if it's not running in a terminal...

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What are you guys doing to monitor temps in Ubuntu these days?
ygpm

EDIT... I do love to double post...
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Double posts are really only annoying when they're 30 seconds apart.

If you kill the process in ubuntu, it just starts another process. Or at least it did for me years ago.

I'm going to try kernel 3 tonight, see what happens. If nothing major happens i might experiment with compiling my own.
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If you kill the process in ubuntu, it just starts another process. Or at least it did for me years ago.
Sorry... went back and re-read the post... it is interrupt.

Good post:

Interrupting processes in Linux
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did you kill it with a ctrl-c? If I just close the terminal, it resets my progress every time...

In zed's guide, someone posted about a kill command, but I think you can kill it in the processes list (kill, not end) if it's not running in a terminal...
yeah I closed it with ctl-c... I know not to just close the terminal. Oh well, only lost about 5k from the total credit, so not horrible..
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I always close mine with ctrl-c. The gromacs checkpoint usually works really well for me. I've never lost a WU halfway through (hopefully).

My load averages are: 8.06 8.08 8.06. Which is a lot for a quad core. lol
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I never close with CTRL+C. That "X" button is there for a reason. Hell, it's red; it's begging to be clicked.
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