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StefanR5R

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Now that World Community Grid exports stats again, several milestones were reached all of a sudden:

Milestones Yesterday
kelemvor33 passed 12,000,000
wayliff passed 20,000,000
ZipSpeed passed 70,000,000
geecee passed 5,500,000
Aegeon passed 6,500,000
Hampus1982 passed 100,000
Kiska1 passed 850,000
markfw900 passed 40,000,000
crashtech passed 5,500,000
xii5ku passed 20,000,000​

Congratulations everyone! :-)
 

zzuupp

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Now that World Community Grid exports stats again, several milestones were reached all of a sudden:

Milestones Yesterday
kelemvor33 passed 12,000,000
wayliff passed 20,000,000
ZipSpeed passed 70,000,000
geecee passed 5,500,000
Aegeon passed 6,500,000
Hampus1982 passed 100,000
Kiska1 passed 850,000
markfw900 passed 40,000,000
crashtech passed 5,500,000
xii5ku passed 20,000,000​

Congratulations everyone! :-)

Awesome. This is double good. Lotsa milestones and they figured out their legal bits with GDPR.
 

petrusbroder

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Congrats also to GLeeM on posting the Weekly Stats for at least 75 weeks before TennesseeTony.
Together these two members have published at least 225 weeks of stats; that is more than 4 years and three months.
Thanks also to all the other members who have joined Tony and GLeeM ... with all of you we have had one of the longest stats records in DC.
 

petrusbroder

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Well, then a great thanks to Spacehead ... and for the daily F@H stats!
I have forgotten those stats ... mostly because I've been running F@H only during the Holiday Season races ...
Anyhow, there are a number of stats wizards in our team. The important thing is, that when one member can't do the stas anymore, an other steps in and continues.
And that is very much worthy a great appreciation, thanks and Hooray!
 

StefanR5R

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My alter ego xii5ku at Cosmology@Home:

1 M in February,
2 M in April,
3 M on July 21,
4 M on July 22.​

Setting my sights on 5 M now, of course.

My top machines in this: 1.4 M from a Win 7 single-socket Broadwell-EP which has been doing this only occasionally, and 0.7 M from a Win 7 Haswell laptop which ran this for many weeks. Before I looked this up, I expected the laptop to be the leader. :confused:

A week ago I happened to have the intuition to put VirtualBox on some Linux Mint PCs, which worked right away. And 20 hours after the Cosmology sprint announcement on Thursday I pulled the Gentoo and openSUSE Tumbleweed system disks from the dual socket hosts, and installed openSUSE Leap with VirtualBox on new disks. (I did not want to go through the motions to change the kernel for this on Gentoo, and the always buggy Tumbleweed installation was meant to be thrown out already long ago.)

While I do not like out-of-the-mainline kernel modules on my Linux computers, nor the use of virtualization by DC projects, I am glad to have my Linux hosts ready for this kind of projects. Next up would be to give LHC@home a smoke test; I think I had this running already on the one openSUSE Tumbleweed host at Pentathlon 2017.
 
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