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Message 11482 - Posted: 29 Mar 2005, 22:43:56 UTC

I have a little problem on two of my machines. They seem to skip timesteps:
1jgt_000092624 - PH 1 TS 025647 - 25/05/1812 07:30 - H:M:S=0011:34:49 AVG= 1.63 DLT= 4.00
1jgt_000092624 - PH 1 TS 025648 - 25/05/1812 08:00 - H:M:S=0011:34:50 AVG= 1.63 DLT= 1.00
1jgt_000092624 - PH 1 TS 025650 - 25/05/1812 09:00 - H:M:S=0011:34:51 AVG= 1.63 DLT= 0.50
1jgt_000092624 - PH 1 TS 025651 - 25/05/1812 09:30 - H:M:S=0011:34:51 AVG= 1.63 DLT= 0.00
1jgt_000092624 - PH 1 TS 025653 - 25/05/1812 10:30 - H:M:S=0011:34:59 AVG= 1.63 DLT= 3.99

Also after trickle 12 the result is always closed with exit status 251:
4.19
process exited with code 251 (0xfb)

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I hope one of you can help me with this issue.
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Message 11484 - Posted: 29 Mar 2005, 23:50:31 UTC

Fast PCs will skip the listing of some timesteps...that is not a problem.

The problem is Linux CPDN client 4.11 which was released in early March, and with which no one has completed a work unit. I loaded up a PC at work, dual processor 2.8 GHz Xeon which was running mesoscale computer models for months, and it would always crash work units with 4.11 anywhere from 2 to 10 trickles into it. The Linux client is unstable. If you sort forum listings by last answer/post, you will see numerous others who are having problems with the client.
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Message 11529 - Posted: 31 Mar 2005, 11:00:53 UTC - in response to Message 11484.  

> Fast PCs will skip the listing of some timesteps...that is not a problem.
>
> The problem is Linux CPDN client 4.11 which was released in early March, and
> with which no one has completed a work unit. I loaded up a PC at work, dual
> processor 2.8 GHz Xeon which was running mesoscale computer models for months,
> and it would always crash work units with 4.11 anywhere from 2 to 10 trickles
> into it. The Linux client is unstable. If you sort forum listings by last
> answer/post, you will see numerous others who are having problems with the
> client.
>
Thanks for the fast answer. I knew about the problems with 4.11 but I am using 4.19 and thought the two things could be correlated. I'm glad the skipping of the timesteps is only in the display and not in computing. Hopefully one of the next Work units will finish computing. *crossing fingers*
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Message 11530 - Posted: 31 Mar 2005, 11:06:04 UTC - in response to Message 11529.  

> > Fast PCs will skip the listing of some timesteps...that is not a
> problem.
> >
> > The problem is Linux CPDN client 4.11 which was released in early March,
> and
> > with which no one has completed a work unit. I loaded up a PC at work,
> dual
> > processor 2.8 GHz Xeon which was running mesoscale computer models for
> months,
> > and it would always crash work units with 4.11 anywhere from 2 to 10
> trickles
> > into it. The Linux client is unstable. If you sort forum listings by
> last
> > answer/post, you will see numerous others who are having problems with
> the
> > client.
> >
> Thanks for the fast answer. I knew about the problems with 4.11 but I am using
> 4.19 and thought the two things could be correlated. I'm glad the skipping of
> the timesteps is only in the display and not in computing. Hopefully one of
> the next Work units will finish computing. *crossing fingers*
>
Ups, I just found out 4.11 refers to the hadsm3 version and not the boinc version. That got me confused.
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