Is the P2499 WU valid???

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Is the P2499 WU valid???

Postby MrG » Sat Jan 23, 2010 4:45 am

My tiny little 1.6Ghz Intel ATOM Netbook has just received a P2499 WU as detailed below:
http://fci.ter-stats.co.uk/fci/?target= ... -clients=1

However, the FAH Monitor program has no details of it and states its deadline and credit as "UKNOWN" and judging by the above link the WU is inactive.

Should I delete it and hope to get a different one or stick with it?

My ETA is 12 days, so I'm well within the capability of its 42 day preferred deadline.
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Postby Karlsweldt » Sat Jan 23, 2010 12:44 pm

Keep the WU in progress. If it came from Stanford and is listed on their current projects lists, it is valid.. http://vspx27.stanford.edu/psummaryC.html . And if the process is not listed there, it may be in pre-release (Beta) testing to ensure the results concur with lab tests.
It may take a week or more for the F@H monitor program to come abreast of all the newest projects.
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Postby boheemee » Sun Jan 24, 2010 5:35 am

I am currently running a P2499 myself. The project is valid although it is not on the current projects list or the comprehensive projects list at this time. It has been in the past.

Project : 2499
Core : Gromacs
Frames : 100
Credit : 905

-- Spock --

Min. Time / Frame : 57mn 42s - 225.86 ppd
Avg. Time / Frame : 1h 03mn 58s - 203.73 ppd
Cur. Time / Frame : 58mn 14s - 223.79 ppd
R3F. Time / Frame : 58mn 14s - 223.79 ppd
Eff. Time / Frame : 4h 29mn 13s - 48.41 ppd

My FahMon tracks progress of the work unit, as I had downloaded the project data when it was available on stanfords project list page. You can still update your data base to track the WU according to this page:http://trac.fahmon.net/wiki/HowToFahinfoProjectList
It can be a little confusing....If you need help post back. Or Stanford may add it back to the projects list......
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Postby MrG » Mon Jan 25, 2010 1:58 am

boheemee wrote:I am currently running a P2499 myself. The project is valid although it is not on the current projects list or the comprehensive projects list at this time. It has been in the past.

Project : 2499
Core : Gromacs
Frames : 100
Credit : 905

-- Spock --

Min. Time / Frame : 57mn 42s - 225.86 ppd
Avg. Time / Frame : 1h 03mn 58s - 203.73 ppd
Cur. Time / Frame : 58mn 14s - 223.79 ppd
R3F. Time / Frame : 58mn 14s - 223.79 ppd
Eff. Time / Frame : 4h 29mn 13s - 48.41 ppd

My FahMon tracks progress of the work unit, as I had downloaded the project data when it was available on stanfords project list page. You can still update your data base to track the WU according to this page:http://trac.fahmon.net/wiki/HowToFahinfoProjectList
It can be a little confusing....If you need help post back. Or Stanford may add it back to the projects list......


Thank you, thank you, thank you :D That worked a treat! Now all I need to do is wait another 7 days for it to finish :P
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Postby boheemee » Mon Jan 25, 2010 3:40 am

"MrG" .... Glad to hear it worked for you......Fold On
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Postby Karlsweldt » Mon Jan 25, 2010 1:30 pm

With the F@H processes, running a screen saver can sap valuable CPU cycles as well as work the GPU harder. Use the 'blank screen' setting after about 5 mins. or so of non-use.
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