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Fired it up since my Folding WUs finished. Doing SETI to see how my GPUs do at 2050 core and +300 mem



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I've decided to start a SETI bunker because I can run Universe on 7 cores of my R7 1700 and my 1080 at the same time. But I'm having a strange problem where the estimated time for task completion is very wrong. BOINC estimates 10 hours, but in reality the tasks only take 15 minutes. As a result I can't download enough tasks to make a reasonably sized bunker.

I'm going to give it some time running and hope it fixes itself, but I've completed a few tasks with only a few minutes difference in the estimate. Hopefully this isn't a side effect of using the Lunatics apps? Also I do have some CPU free (usually around 88% used), so I don't think that should skew the estimates.

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I've decided to start a SETI bunker because I can run Universe on 7 cores of my R7 1700 and my 1080 at the same time. But I'm having a strange problem where the estimated time for task completion is very wrong. BOINC estimates 10 hours, but in reality the tasks only take 15 minutes. As a result I can't download enough tasks to make a reasonably sized bunker.

I'm going to give it some time running and hope it fixes itself, but I've completed a few tasks with only a few minutes difference in the estimate. Hopefully this isn't a side effect of using the Lunatics apps? Also I do have some CPU free (usually around 88% used), so I don't think that should skew the estimates.
When starting a new project the ETA can be way off. even app to app within in a project. The runtimes get closer and closer to reality the more it runs. An example is I've been running SETI and most were setiathome_v8 tasks with good ETAs that matched run time. I got one Astropulse v7 and I stopped downloading work as the ETA was over half a day for my 0.25 queue I had setup. I have one now and it shows 11 hours so it dropped a couple hours.

SETI has a 100 task per GPU limit. I wrote a guide on how to setup multiple clients. With a 1080 you'll need quite a lot of clients. Also get the custom Lunatics installer and you'll be running MUCH faster.

Lunatics Installer v0.45b6 (64-bit) - Select SoG when it gets to GPU Nvidia v8 tasks
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Yes, with SETI I have found it needs to run for a while with the Lunatics before it allows you to get many units at a time.



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Looks like with SETI the majority of the WUs are completing in 2min 35 sec or less for me.

All I need to do for the comp is have my team be Overclock.net right? It's been a while since I messed around with anything other than [email protected]



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Quote: Originally Posted by NBrock View Post
Looks like with SETI the majority of the WUs are completing in 2min 35 sec or less for me.

All I need to do for the comp is have my team be Overclock.net right? It's been a while since I messed around with anything other than [email protected]
Yep. As long as you are on the OCN team your stats will be counted. If you want to be eligible for the prize drawing, just sign up on the Google Form that is linked in the OP.


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Looks like this guy is taking the chances on the project being prime grid... Look at how many GFN22 tasks his computers have. Or he is trying to mess up people who crunch prime grid?
http://www.primegrid.com/show_user.php?userid=79492



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GFN is a quorum 2 app and it would take over 3 days for many GPUs to complete it. PPS Sieve still gives out more points and it'll be what everyone works on. SETI also ran out of work for some reason and its not even a Tuesday.


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Looks like this guy is taking the chances on the project being prime grid... Look at how many GFN22 tasks his computers have. Or he is trying to mess up people who crunch prime grid?
http://www.primegrid.com/show_user.php?userid=79492
I'm trying to figure out how that person has a 100 thread Threadripper system.

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For one, I didn't know they made multi-CPU boards for threadripper, and two, using 32 thread processors, the math doesn't workout....or maybe I have no idea what I'm talking about.

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And 256 CPUs with Xeon Gold 6130 that has 32 threads. An 8 socket board...maybe a VM or modified configs.

Only Epyc is multi socket, but yeah no 1950x adds up to 100 cores.


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