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2020 Formula Boinc Sprints

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Icecold

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Curious that im not showing up in the freedc stats list. Im already on the team, maybe I need to flip some switch somewhere?
This is one of the projects with the 'consenting to data export' checkmark(which I always forget to checkmark myself) . If you go on the Numberfields@home website under My account --> Numberfields@home preferences --> checkmark 'Do you consent to exporting your data to BOINC statistics aggregation Web sites?' and that should take care of it.
 
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waffleironhead

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This is one of the projects with the 'consenting to data export' checkmark(which I always forget to checkmark myself) . If you go on the Numberfields@home website under My account --> Numberfields@home preferences --> checkmark 'Do you consent to exporting your data to BOINC statistics aggregation Web sites?' and that should take care of it.
Thank you! i dont think ive ever seen that before. Will have to keep an eye out for it in the future.
 
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Icecold

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Thank you! i dont think ive ever seen that before. Will have to keep an eye out for it in the future.
It's only on a handful of projects - just enough that I usually forget it's there. I had the same thing happen in the last sprint - the first day of QuChemPedIA@home stats were posted and I thought 'huh, why am I not on this?' and then remembered that checkbox.
 

Orange Kid

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NumberFields@home day 2

1The Scottish Boinc Team258,935,436
2TeAm AnandTech187,848,137
3XtremeSystems156,344,186
4UK BOINC Team125,136,001
5Gridcoin104,876,556
6Rechenkraft.net82,014,076
7Planet 3DNow!61,070,147
8LITOMYSL Boinc Team Czech Republic4898,500
9Crunching@EVGA2261,591
10L'Alliance Francophone1222,200

From FreeDC

No change as it hasn't updated. :(
UPDATED>:)

10esseeTony1,597,636
Icecold1,443,760
biodoc1,431,496
crashtech1,416,945
Orange Kid643,275
emoga442,170
Fardringle423,335
Skillz200,615
phoenicis186,340
waffleironhead182,011
GLeeM12,485
Ken_g67,400
 
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Orange Kid

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NumberFields@home final.
Gave it an extra hour to make sure it was really the final tally.
Great race all !!!!! :) :cool::cool::)

1TeAm AnandTech2515,285,907
2The Scottish Boinc Team1815,032,736
3XtremeSystems158,412,716
4UK BOINC Team127,450,931
5Gridcoin106,742,856
6Rechenkraft.net83,492,916
7Planet 3DNow!61,416,127
8LITOMYSL Boinc Team Czech Republic41,262,530
9Crunching@EVGA2408,996
10L'Alliance Francophone1288,29

From FreeDC

No update yet today. :(
Edit: updated

xii5ku
2,550,950​
10esseeTony2,127,421
Icecold2,023,540
biodoc1,734,721
crashtech1,509,155
Orange Kid811,290
emoga558,700
Fardringle494,090
phoenicis404,800
Skillz232,410
waffleironhead211,521
Ken_g637,035
GLeeM14,950
Tejas
14,190​



F1 results from Germany
  • Lewis HAMILTON1:35:49.641
  • Max VERSTAPPEN+4.47
  • Daniel RICCIARDO+14.613
 
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StefanR5R

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I continued to run NumberFields after the sprint though.

Still, it's rather much. I mentioned that I have been modernizing my equipment before and after Pentathlon. But now I am having trouble finding the off-switch of my older computers.
 

Icecold

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The next Sprint is 10/23 at 05 UTC. If I wanted to bunker ODLK, ODLK1 or T Brada I could start bunkering them now based on the task deadline, and run the projects out of tasks for all other participants. I'm not going to do that because it's unethical - those servers are all Raspberry Pi type machines and can only handle a very low workload so should never be a Sprint project to begin with. I just wanted to have a post to reference in case any other teams take that strategy, also I'm hoping if any of their members happen upon this thread that they will encourage their team not to vote for those projects for the Sprint. So far based on tasks in progress, etc. I don't see any sign of these projects being bunkered, so hopefully they have come to the same conclusion :)
 

Icecold

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The next Sprint is 10/23 at 05 UTC. If I wanted to bunker ODLK, ODLK1 or T Brada I could start bunkering them now based on the task deadline, and run the projects out of tasks for all other participants. I'm not going to do that because it's unethical - those servers are all Raspberry Pi type machines and can only handle a very low workload so should never be a Sprint project to begin with. I just wanted to have a post to reference in case any other teams take that strategy, also I'm hoping if any of their members happen upon this thread that they will encourage their team not to vote for those projects for the Sprint. So far based on tasks in progress, etc. I don't see any sign of these projects being bunkered, so hopefully they have come to the same conclusion :)
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StefanR5R

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ODLK's increase of tasks in progress at last weekend was most certainly caused by marathon activity. (Not by my own marathon activity, at least not directly, as I was using very shallow buffers.) The current level is still less than half of the critical level of 2 weeks ago. So the project was nicely productive during the last few days.
 

Icecold

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ODLK's increase of tasks in progress at last weekend was most certainly caused by marathon activity. (Not by my own marathon activity, at least not directly, as I was using very shallow buffers.) The current level is still less than half of the critical level of 2 weeks ago. So the project was nicely productive during the last few days.
I agree with that assessment. My emoji wearing the monocle was intended more as an "I'm going to keep an eye on this and see where it goes", but with the 500k task limit if there was any team trying to bunker it hard it would already be out of tasks.
 

Orange Kid

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SRBase day one (almost)

1The Scottish Boinc Team25132,041,670
2XtremeSystems1876,775,630
3TeAm AnandTech1545,151,995
4UK BOINC Team1222,685,980
5Gridcoin1012,929,360
6Rechenkraft.net811,371,325
7LITOMYSL Boinc Team Czech Republic67,243,780
8OcUK - Overclockers UK46,599,730
9L'Alliance Francophone26,111,645
10Dutch Power Cows16,053,155


From FreeDC

emoga11,061,790
Icecold10,980,290
biodoc8,675,310
crashtech3,811,285
xii5ku3,254,505
OrangeKid2,230,900
phoenicis1,183,200
10esseeTony663,000
Skillz629,405
GLeeM425,000
Fardringle276,900
Howdy179,260


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Ken g6

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Wow, nice graph, @Orange Kid! I wasn't expecting that on the FB Sprint thread.

I just learned that SRBase now supports GPUs! The bad news is, it requires CUDA 10 drivers. I can't install those on Mint 18. I'm going to have to replace my OS soon.
 

Orange Kid

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SRBase day two... almost, just about, well close enough.

1The Scottish Boinc Team25152,443,525
2XtremeSystems18117,906,000
3TeAm AnandTech1586,501,050
4UK BOINC Team1249,777,050
5Gridcoin1030,270,350
6Rechenkraft.net826,783,885
7L'Alliance Francophone614,016,545
8OcUK - Overclockers UK413,412,460
9LITOMYSL Boinc Team Czech Republic213,211,380
10Dutch Power Cows113,147,405


From FreeDC

biodoc17,508,840
emoga13,812,390
Icecold12,095,090
crashtech10,705,605
xii5ku8,661,345
phoenicis4,696,830
10esseeTony4,686,800
OrangeKid4,284,930
Howdy1,298,770
Skillz1,166,735
GLeeM905,400
Fardringle535,300

Pie:

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Orange Kid

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SRBase final

1The Scottish Boinc Team25254,538,880
2XtremeSystems18214,783,635
3TeAm AnandTech15148,971,350
4Rechenkraft.net1274,254,050
5UK BOINC Team1073,860,965
6Gridcoin855,145,020
7L'Alliance Francophone625,142,975
8Dutch Power Cows424,980,090
9LITOMYSL Boinc Team Czech Republic222,590,230
10OcUK - Overclockers UK120,525,760

From FreeDC

biodoc32,419,260
Icecold28,817,780
emoga17,485,445
xii5ku15,790,310
crashtech15,689,985
10esseeTony10,122,760
phoenicis9,748,260
OrangeKid7,113,430
Skillz1,883,855
GLeeM1,590,800
Howdy1,298,770
Fardringle769,900
zzuupp172,500
Ken_g664,660

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Crushing Portugal drive brings Hamilton record-breaking 92nd F1 win
  • Lewis HAMILTON1:29:56.828
  • Valtteri BOTTAS+25.592
  • Max VERSTAPPEN+34.508
 

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