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PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2003 8:51 am 
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I noticed if you put one of the flags in wrong, a little screen pops up telling you how to use the flags, and a little description of each flag. Im having trouble using the send x flag. If I have that flag active, it will start F@H and within a few seconds it shuts down. If I take off the flag, it works fine. What is this flag for? In the description it says its for sending your data to the server. I was wondering if I might need this flag, because I did a 500 blocker last month, and my stats still have not showed up yet! That sucks, because It takes me a really long time to get those done! But, I cant seem to get it to work. Also, what flags should I use for a sub 500 machine, or should I just leave it at the default settings?

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If you guys want me to, I could put together a description of each of the flags and how to use them....

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2003 11:50 am 
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-send x will send completed WU's. use the -queueinfo flag first to see if there are any completed WU's, and then -send x if there are. -send x will shut the system down when completed (use '-send all' flag instead).

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If you guys want me to, I could put together a description of each of the flags and how to use them....


and your asking how to use the flags? :roll: anyway, this flag list already exists, and should be referenced in the team page. read the join and guides sections- there should be at least 1 reference to stanford u's flag list.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2003 6:20 pm 
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Len, if yo usay send 2, will the system complete 2 work units before submitting?


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2003 7:23 pm 
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Tulatin wrote:
Len, if yo usay send 2, will the system complete 2 work units before submitting?




-send x, where x= the protein#. i'd just use -send all, as it's easier. i don't think it functions to retain WU's before sending them in. if you add the -queueinfo, or -send all flag, it really won't work on any WU's, but just specific to those functions. the -send all flag will close the client after it does it's function. you could apply the -queueinfo, and/ or -send all flag, and it appears that they will override the other flags. then remove them, and restart FAH.

so basically, -queueinfo, and -send x/ -send all are just to see what's in the queue, and to send in any completed WU's. so they wouldn't be included in any normal crunching flag list.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2003 8:40 pm 
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Oh. For the graphical client, the info on the quoke can be found by right clicking the icon, and as to the send all thing, i'm sure that's automatic too.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 10, 2003 2:59 pm 
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and your asking how to use the flags? anyway, this flag list already exists, and should be referenced in the team page. read the join and guides sections- there should be at least 1 reference to stanford u's flag list.


I was asking about 1 flag dude, chill. There is a lot more flags than, what is listed on our team page, so I was just going to put want the system says they do.....thats all!

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 10, 2003 8:36 pm 
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and your asking how to use the flags? anyway, this flag list already exists, and should be referenced in the team page. read the join and guides sections- there should be at least 1 reference to stanford u's flag list.


I was asking about 1 flag dude, chill. There is a lot more flags than, what is listed on our team page, so I was just going to put want the system says they do.....thats all!


have you seen this page?:
http://www.stanford.edu/group/pandegrou ... guide.html

this is the list that should be hypertext linked to in the team page. i believe it would be under the join/ how section. there is a need to have a couple more "flags" links in the guides section. if there are more flags than this referenced list, then they would be undocumented, and i would want to know about them!


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 11, 2003 9:01 am 
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No, I have not seen that page, I had already joined when that paged had opened, so I didnt think there was any need for me to go to the join section. I looked under the guides and faq sections, but only seen a few flags. Thanks for pointing out the page to me, didnt know it was there. Maybe should think about putting it in the faq or guides section also?

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steve6787 wrote:
No, I have not seen that page, I had already joined when that paged had opened, so I didnt think there was any need for me to go to the join section. I looked under the guides and faq sections, but only seen a few flags. Thanks for pointing out the page to me, didnt know it was there. Maybe should think about putting it in the faq or guides section also?


yes, i agree- more references to the flags list is needed- this is a good point. i'd like to see it in w/ the guides section, so as a person reads, they can get a fuller perspective of how to configure and run the client. a reference to the flags list should also be in the FAQ. give smurf_pimp a PM regarding this situation. that'll pull him away from the case badge design process. :lol:


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 11, 2003 11:18 am 
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steve, not seeing you on the teams stats page:
http://folding.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/teampage?q=33258

have you finished any WU's yet? have you entered your handle the same as you're using here, and used #33258 for the team # during the config process? i realize that a WU must be finished before any info is added to the stats page, so i wonder if you've either not finished one yet, or erred in the config process (like folding under anonymous for name, and team???). what version are you running?


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