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 Post subject: What's next?
PostPosted: Wed Nov 05, 2003 2:34 pm 
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I have completed the first WU and the log said that everything was sent ok, another WU has been started BUT, I can not see anything in user or team stats. Does it take time to post?

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 05, 2003 2:57 pm 
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It's showing up now, guess I just need to be patient. :?

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Yep, the client has to tell the server you're there, folding. IIRC it conatcts the server each 6 hours.

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It usually takes the stanford servers an hour or more to process it. Please post the contents of your fah log, provided it contains this work unit's info.


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Thanks for joining up and helping :D

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 06, 2003 12:29 am 
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This is pretty cool. Haven't had any problems or seen any slow downs. Does memory size and speed make any dif? I currently have 512m 2700, waiting for $ to upgrade to faster and maybe more.
I am almost at 50% of my second wu. Still waiting on Intel for the dual Itanium2. Have two other machines nearly ready for folding.
When I build systems for my customers, I like to burn them in for 48hrs and folding might be a good thing to run during this time. Any problems using systems for short term?

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It's a good way to burn in systems. It will certainly tell you if the system is stable or not. There's no problem folding on a short term basis, ecept you'll want to let it finish the WU that's running before you stop it.

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It's an excellent method of burn in. Just leave the rig running 24/7 for a week folding, and at the end, if it's still standing, it's stable.


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