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Folding@Home: 24 hour stats - January 17, 2007

GLeeM

Elite Member
Apr 2, 2004
7,199
128
106
Folding@Home TeAm #198

The TeAm is in 22nd place! :D :D

Join us in the effort to gain 21st place!
Points
Total______ 50,588,610
24hr Avg______ 59,770
Last 24hr______ 50,820

Active Users_____ 194
Avg PPD________ 308.1

Overtakes :D
Macrumors.com - Team Folding____ 1.8 months
SilentPCReview Folding@Home ____ 8.8 months
p2p-community_________________ 9.7 years

Threats :(
TSC! Russia___________________ 2.2 months
Team Hack-a-Day______________ 1.3 years
OcUK ________________________ 1.5 years
Team Engadget________________ 2.3 years
Team ABIT ___________________ 2.6 years


Todays Milestone Makers :thumbsup:

xfalconx2 ___________ 25,000
mustache143 _________ 2,500

Cuhulainn ___________ Top 250


These 74 sent in results in the last 24 hours:

__TeAm Rank__Points_____Name
1 ______ 1 ___ 3,487 ____ Gravity
2 _____ 49 ___ 1,945 ____ Zensal
3 ______ 2 ___ 1,940 ____ Poopflingers
4 _____ 14 ___ 1,894 ____ CupCak3
5 ______ 6 ___ 1,855 ____ GLeeM
6 _____ 13 ___ 1,784 ____ Athlex
7 _____ 26 ___ 1,642 ____ HurricaneAndrew
8 _____ 18 ___ 1,180 ____ mike9o
9 _____ 24 ___ 1,173 ____ xbassman
10 ___ 272 ___ 1,169 ____ xfalconx2
11 ____ 22 ___ 1,124 ____ amdborg
12 ____ 21 ____ 981 ____ Thump553
13 ____ 82 ____ 920 ____ TheTerl
14 ____ 10 ____ 886 ____ IceCreamMan
15 ___ 212 ____ 884 ____ ChrisHuff
16 ___ 127 ____ 848 ____ Cyzonyx
17 ____ 31 ____ 805 ____ Insidious
18 ____ 35 ____ 792 ____ GSmith
19 ___ 239 ____ 792 ____ chriskwarren
20 ____ 23 ____ 788 ____ dawks-rawks
21 ____ 47 ____ 788 ____ natethegreat
22 ____ 62 ____ 788 ____ Scott66
23 _____ 8 ____ 766 ____ bastula
24 _____ 5 ____ 765 ____ RustyNale
25 _____ 4 ____ 760 ____ osage
26 ____ 25 ____ 760 ____ Sniderhouse
27 ____ 97 ____ 731 ____ Antero
28 ____ 84 ____ 716 ____ Lnx227
29 ____ 11 ____ 664 ____ PokeyTA
30 ___ 249 ____ 660 ____ Cuhulainn
31 ___ 133 ____ 600 ____ ChristopherSautter
32 ___ 107 ____ 599 ____ Ayah
33 ___ 227 ____ 550 ____ deninc66
34 _____ 9 ____ 481 ____ digsunshine
35 ____ 90 ____ 475 ____ brainwrinkle
36 ___ 716 ____ 475 ____ WILLTOTHEWONG
37 ___ 157 ____ 454 ____ Night201
38 ___ 252 ____ 442 ____ Hefner
39 ___ 283 ____ 425 ____ wurkfur
40 ___ 348 ____ 420 ____ pcjabber
41 ____ 32 ____ 406 ____ ripship
42 _____ 7 ____ 396 ____ MartinTrevino
43 ____ 33 ____ 396 ____ TeAmDeception.Net
44 ____ 78 ____ 396 ____ o080o
45 ___ 112 ____ 396 ____ wnorth
46 ___ 115 ____ 396 ____ ToeRag
47 ___ 117 ____ 396 ____ futuristicmonkey
48 ___ 144 ____ 396 ____ Phaxmohdem
49 ___ 153 ____ 396 ____ JustAnAverageguy
50 ___ 197 ____ 396 ____ Slider76
51 ___ 520 ____ 396 ____ LetsGoPreds
52 ___ 531 ____ 396 ____ kramerica147
53 ____ 16 ____ 392 ____ GimpyDaHoundDog
54 ____ 55 ____ 392 ____ KingSalami
55 ____ 71 ____ 392 ____ abel007
56 ___ 313 ____ 392 ____ hoffenbecker
57 ___ 448 ____ 392 ____ bfonnes
58 ___ 474 ____ 392 ____ Jades
59 ___ 632 ____ 392 ____ mustache143
60 ___ 417 ____ 384 ____ TheGreenBean
61 ____ 27 ____ 373 ____ Uppsala9496
62 ____ 59 ____ 373 ____ stevty2889
63 ____ 61 ____ 373 ____ Xitar
64 ___ 124 ____ 373 ____ felmerm
65 ____ 39 ____ 364 ____ kravahn
66 ___ 232 ____ 359 ____ cmdrmoocow
67 ___ 142 ____ 333 ____ Ruffilb
68 ____ 88 ____ 276 ____ Overkiller
69 ____ 36 ____ 226 ____ lobadobadingdong
70 ____ 98 ____ 226 ____ Paladin3
71 ___ 134 ____ 226 ____ propaganda
72 ___ 171 ____ 129 ____ AvisHunt
73 ____ 92 _____ 76 ____ Moltres
74 ___ 179 _____ 15 ____ HLouie


Todays Climbers

Steps__Name
59 ___ WILL_TO_THE_WONG
20 ___ mustache143
15 ___ Jades
15 ___ kramerica147
14 ___ LetsGoPreds
7 ____ bfonnes
6 ____ xfalconx2
6 ____ wurkfur
5 ____ ChrisHuff
5 ____ deninc66
5 ____ chriskwarren
5 ____ pcjabber
5 ____ The_Green_Bean
3 ____ hoffenbecker
2 ____ cmdrmoocow
2 ____ Cuhulainn
1 ____ GimpyDaHoundDog
1 ____ Uppsala9496
1 ____ TheTerl
1 ____ Overkiller
1 ____ Antero
1 ____ Paladin3
1 ____ felmerm
1 ____ Night201
1 ____ Avis_Hunt
1 ____ Hefner

Sorry about any slight name differences. Or errors.

Thanks to all who contributed - big and small :D
And thanks to those who are crunching a WU and will be on the list soon ;)

Folding@Home TeAm #198

MDE's setup guide.

EOC stats

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MadAmos

Senior member
Sep 13, 2006
818
0
76
Thanks GLeeM for the stats :beer:

Boy our TeAm points are sure down :( I guess the winter weather hmight have some of the members down due to lack of power. :confused:
 

TurtleBlue

Senior member
Feb 10, 2004
351
0
0
Thanks, GLeeM, for the stats!

MadAmos, yeah, i also noticed the decrease in output for our team. I believe part of the reason is due to Project 2125 my 2 pc's are currently crunching. my 3.06ghz northwood was taking about 1 hour / segment. Around segment #85 it is now taking over 2 hours per segment to complete.:shocked: This will add another day's worth of crunching to complete.

I noticed this slowdown of Project 2125 on my other box (2.4ghz northwood) yesterday. I have been overclocking this box's FSB from 133 to 140 which gave me a 2.54ghz speed (a modest increase) for a couple of weeks now and has not given me any problems. A Couple of days ago I increased the Front Side Bus to 145. This gave me a cpu speed of over 2.6ghz, running stable, or so I thought...

I left the pc alone for a couple of days (it too was working on project 2125) until I connected my only monitor for these 2 pc's (a 15" NEC LCD screen - 5 years old) and noticed that the Gigabyte utility to control the overclocking functions was reporting FSB of 133 and the cpu speed of 2.399ghz. Also, the F@H was not showing on the bottom task bar! I started her up and it began working on Project 2125 from Segment 0!!! Seems as if the pc crashed & rebooted. I know that the F@H program did not do a post on any job completed or incompleted because I had the DSL box turned off for that lenght of time.

The 2.4ghz box is now taking over 3 1/2 hours to complete a segment and is only up to segment #9!:(

A sad state of affairs at the TurtleBlue Farm...:confused:
 

Scott66

Senior member
Feb 7, 2004
501
0
0
Thanks GLeeM for all the hard work on the stats:cool:

Congrats to xfalconx2, mustache143 and Cuhulainn on making your Milestones:thumbsup:

I was doing some overclocking attempts with the memory and so far OK and I will be doing more tweaking on the weekend.
 

Insidious

Diamond Member
Oct 25, 2001
7,649
0
0
Congrats to the MMs! :cool:

It's the 211x project slowing everyone's produciton. Apparently there has been LOTS of people dumping them to get those juicy 149X puppies.

Anyway, there's (the usual) flapping around at the F@H forums whining about the no-bonus WUs, how to lynch the dumpers, etc....

I think they have the rotation set up to put out 211x en-mass for a while to get them processed.

Smile and warm the room! :thumbsup:

-Sid
 

Golgatha

Lifer
Jul 18, 2003
11,902
163
106
Originally posted by: MadAmos
Thanks GLeeM for the stats :beer:

Boy our TeAm points are sure down :( I guess the winter weather hmight have some of the members down due to lack of power. :confused:
All of my family members in Springfield, MO are without power. There has been a terrible ice storm in the mid-western region. However, in Lees Summit we tend to bury all cables to prevent power outages such as seen in Springfield, so my dual core gaming rig and laptop are still crunching away.

Here's to 150k points milestone by tomorrow hopefully.


Thanks as always for the stats GLeeM.
 

Pokey

Platinum Member
Oct 20, 1999
2,682
315
126
Congratulations to the MM's . :cool:

Thanks GLeeM. :thumbsup:
and
Thanks to sid and Scott for the boost.......It looks like the Viagra effect......:p
Too bad I can't keep it up.................:Q :eek:

I'll blame it on the 2124/2125 WU's. ;)

Such is life in the DC lane..............
 

Insidious

Diamond Member
Oct 25, 2001
7,649
0
0
Originally posted by: Pokey
Congratulations to the MM's . :cool:

Thanks GLeeM. :thumbsup:
and
Thanks to sid and Scott for the boost.......It looks like the Viagra effect......:p
Too bad I can't keep it up.................:Q :eek:

I'll blame it on the 2124/2125 WU's. ;)

Such is life in the DC lane..............
:beer:

It was fun

:beer:
 

GLeeM

Elite Member
Apr 2, 2004
7,199
128
106
Originally posted by: TurtleBlue
Thanks, GLeeM, for the stats!

MadAmos, yeah, i also noticed the decrease in output for our team. I believe part of the reason is due to Project 2125 my 2 pc's are currently crunching. my 3.06ghz northwood was taking about 1 hour / segment. Around segment #85 it is now taking over 2 hours per segment to complete.:shocked: This will add another day's worth of crunching to complete.

I noticed this slowdown of Project 2125 on my other box (2.4ghz northwood) yesterday. I have been overclocking this box's FSB from 133 to 140 which gave me a 2.54ghz speed (a modest increase) for a couple of weeks now and has not given me any problems. A Couple of days ago I increased the Front Side Bus to 145. This gave me a cpu speed of over 2.6ghz, running stable, or so I thought...

I left the pc alone for a couple of days (it too was working on project 2125) until I connected my only monitor for these 2 pc's (a 15" NEC LCD screen - 5 years old) and noticed that the Gigabyte utility to control the overclocking functions was reporting FSB of 133 and the cpu speed of 2.399ghz. Also, the F@H was not showing on the bottom task bar! I started her up and it began working on Project 2125 from Segment 0!!! Seems as if the pc crashed & rebooted. I know that the F@H program did not do a post on any job completed or incompleted because I had the DSL box turned off for that lenght of time.

The 2.4ghz box is now taking over 3 1/2 hours to complete a segment and is only up to segment #9!:(

A sad state of affairs at the TurtleBlue Farm...:confused:
When F@H client restarts it checks to see how it was last shutdown. If the computer was not shutdown properly the client assumes that it was the problem and runs without optimizations (so it won't happen again).

The temporary solution is to properly shutdown the client and restart it, then you should see "Assembly optimizations on if available." and/or "Extra SSE boost OK." in the FAHlog.txt file and you will be running at full speed.

If the computer is known F@H stable you should add the -forceasm flag to the startup shortcut. This flag tells the client to not check how it was last shutdown and so will always run with optimizations.
 

TurtleBlue

Senior member
Feb 10, 2004
351
0
0

Response posted by: GLeeM

When F@H client restarts it checks to see how it was last shutdown. If the computer was not shutdown properly the client assumes that it was the problem and runs without optimizations (so it won't happen again).

The temporary solution is to properly shutdown the client and restart it, then you should see "Assembly optimizations on if available." and/or "Extra SSE boost OK." in the FAHlog.txt file and you will be running at full speed.

If the computer is known F@H stable you should add the -forceasm flag to the startup shortcut. This flag tells the client to not check how it was last shutdown and so will always run with optimizations.
Thank, GLeeM, for the assist! :beer: This helped out a lot :thumbsup: :)

 

Golgatha

Lifer
Jul 18, 2003
11,902
163
106
Originally posted by: TurtleBlue

Response posted by: GLeeM

When F@H client restarts it checks to see how it was last shutdown. If the computer was not shutdown properly the client assumes that it was the problem and runs without optimizations (so it won't happen again).

The temporary solution is to properly shutdown the client and restart it, then you should see "Assembly optimizations on if available." and/or "Extra SSE boost OK." in the FAHlog.txt file and you will be running at full speed.

If the computer is known F@H stable you should add the -forceasm flag to the startup shortcut. This flag tells the client to not check how it was last shutdown and so will always run with optimizations.
Thank, GLeeM, for the assist! :beer: This helped out a lot :thumbsup: :)
Marked for later. Nice tip.
 

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