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What is Exit status 99 (0x63)

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Jean-David Beyer

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Message 22124 - Posted: 17 Apr 2006, 10:29:16 UTC

My two running climateprediction applications died at about the same time like this. Izzit you or izzit me?

Result Id 5008362
Name hadcm3lb_4lcx_05002285_0
Workunit 5007266
Created 13 Mar 2006 1:28:35 UTC
Sent 14 Mar 2006 19:08:25 UTC
Received 16 Apr 2006 22:22:19 UTC
Server state Over
Outcome Client error
Client state Computing
Exit status 99 (0x63)

HadCM3L Coupled Model Experiment
created 13 Mar 2006 1:26:14 UTC
name hadcm3lb_4lcx_05002285
errors Too many error results Too many total results
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Message 22126 - Posted: 17 Apr 2006, 10:56:10 UTC

Sorry Jean-David, there\'s been a hickup.

Long notice here.

Your model was sent a Killer trickle, (the exit code 99) followed by a new model. Everyone\'s in the same boat. We hope that you\'ll stick with it, but understand if you decide not to.


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Message 22137 - Posted: 17 Apr 2006, 12:51:13 UTC - in response to Message 22126.  

Sorry Jean-David, there\'s been a hickup.

Long notice here.

Your model was sent a Killer trickle, (the exit code 99) followed by a new model. Everyone\'s in the same boat. We hope that you\'ll stick with it, but understand if you decide not to.



I am puzzled by the link. It talks about the BBC thing. I thunk I was running the regular climateprediction stuff.

I know I tried the BBC stuff for a few days, but it screwed everything up and I had to clean up my entire BOINC stuff and start over. But that was probably over a month ago.
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Message 22157 - Posted: 17 Apr 2006, 20:40:03 UTC - in response to Message 22137.  

I am puzzled by the link. It talks about the BBC thing. I thunk I was running the regular climateprediction stuff.

I know I tried the BBC stuff for a few days, but it screwed everything up and I had to clean up my entire BOINC stuff and start over. But that was probably over a month ago.

Except for the Sulphur Cycle, for which no new Models are available, bbc.cpdn\'s CCE and the TCM issued here are identical except for RunIDs.

Your previous model:
Result Id 5008362 Name hadcm3lb_4lcx_05002285_0
Result Id 5008362 Name hadcm3lbm_4lcx_05002285_0 This is how the name would appear if the Model was one of the new ones. Note the \'m\' after hadcm3lb.
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Message 22158 - Posted: 17 Apr 2006, 20:41:34 UTC

The new climate models first appeared as the \'model of choice\' for the BBC project instead of here, because of time constraints imposed by the BBC program deadline.

When \'the dust settled\' there, these new Coupled Ocean models, (TCM), were also released here, but with the BBC logos etc, still embeded. And sulphur models were discontinued.

ALL TCMs are affected by the fault.
The \"exit code 99\" is one made up way back to be used in the event of a Killer trickle being required. \"Trickle_downs\" only became possible with BOINC version 5.*


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