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Postby DefaultDave » Tue Sep 09, 2003 5:50 pm

We've crunched over 1000 WU's! keep up the good work guys! We're ranked #338 :D
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Postby son0rous » Tue Sep 09, 2003 6:01 pm

yea and we havent seemed to slow down that great of an amount either
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Postby Tulatin » Tue Sep 09, 2003 6:17 pm

Well, considering the farms of Default Dave, Aussie and Josh, and the consistent contributions of len444, Southwind25, J.C.GARCIA, sodsm_live, evasive, Gryphyn, eric2075, MrMozart, Wolverineman85, effika, Smurf_pimp, whiteboy, gamepyrate, ShadowHawk, Wally987, speedblurr, netstoy, Ladd, Ripshod, tbird9768, Tau, Kingoflosses, beeboy, COPPERSHIRT, Miki, ZeratulsAvenger, PickleHead, barmouth, Mesanna, labmann55, and Krista, it's no wonder that we're tearing through the ranks, and with momentum like this, the top ten better watch out.

We Shall Make It. We Shall dethrone the [H]. Thanks to all for your support on this, but the road is still ahead.
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Postby J.C.GARCIA » Thu Sep 11, 2003 2:19 pm

still need more members though . one of those teams had 800 members . even if they did just 1 wu a week , it would still be 800 wu's per week . whch would be a great collective effort .
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Postby miki02131 » Tue Sep 23, 2003 2:04 pm

Just Checked and We ranked 232 :!: :!: :!: That's Fantastic :!:
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Postby Tulatin » Tue Sep 23, 2003 3:36 pm

and still rising. I should be able to start folding again by the start of next week.
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Postby steve6787 » Wed Sep 24, 2003 9:01 am

Hey I've completed 3WUs and added an amazing 65 points! :roll: , working on my 4th WU as we speak!!!

The ole K6-2 400 keeps crunching away..... :lol: :lol:
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Postby len444 » Fri Sep 26, 2003 9:53 am

steve6787 wrote:Hey I've completed 3WUs and added an amazing 65 points! :roll: , working on my 4th WU as we speak!!!

The ole K6-2 400 keeps crunching away..... :lol: :lol:


steve6787, make sure that you let the gah wu complete 100% of a step (i've seen 30 steps) before closing the client. the gah wu's only checkpoint at 100% completion of each step, so if you need to perform maintenance, reboots, ect..., then you can time it to be certain that you keep as much work finished as possible (or lose as little as possible). checkpopinting is a term used for writing finished processes to disk. this is especially important when each step might take a # of hours to complete, and lost work = that much more time added to complete the wu.
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Postby steve6787 » Fri Sep 26, 2003 1:12 pm

steve6787, make sure that you let the gah wu complete 100% of a step (i've seen 30 steps) before closing the client. the gah wu's only checkpoint at 100% completion of each step, so if you need to perform maintenance, reboots, ect..., then you can time it to be certain that you keep as much work finished as possible (or lose as little as possible).


I have actually paused and then closed the client. Restarted my computer, so I could do some things(I load in diagnostic mode, so that hardly anything is running in the background, except F @ H). When I boot back into diagnostic, the client picks up right where it left off! Never have had an incomplete WU unit and it always makes it to 100%. I just make sure I pause and then close, and seems to work just fine.
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Postby joshvee » Fri Sep 26, 2003 1:59 pm

steve6787 can u post the booting in diagnostics mode (thats safe mode yea?) in the tweeks thread? heh never thought of that.....but careful Aussie might say its cheating or it could blow up Stanford U's Library or something :D
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