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Posts by Pete(r) van der Spoel

1) Questions and Answers : Windows : Intel Visual Fortan run-time error (Message 45980)
Posted 19 Apr 2013 by Pete(r) van der Spoel
Post:
Sorry, my bad for not looking properly. The error's were all about the task I'd just downloaded and which was actually stuck at 0%. The other are running fine so I'll just abort that one task...
2) Questions and Answers : Windows : Intel Visual Fortan run-time error (Message 45979)
Posted 19 Apr 2013 by Pete(r) van der Spoel
Post:
OK, the problem has been traced to an incorrect line, (1 of hundreds), in one of the many files that go to make up data sets to start these models.
This has been fixed, and the faulty data sets will be re-issued.


Does this happen automatically or do I need to abort the tasks? I've been getting these errors since yesterday but the progress % keeps creeping up and the graphics confirm that the tasks still seem to be progressing (colour pattern changes).
3) Message boards : Number crunching : CPDN/BOINC on Linux Dual CPU System ? (Message 4805)
Posted 29 Sep 2004 by Pete(r) van der Spoel
Post:
> IMHO, it should have detected the 2nd, idle CPU, and downloaded a 2nd
> Workunit, and run 2 Models parallel.

Yes it should.

> -- update --
> The Box just got SETI up and running on the Idle CPU, so it seems BOINC
> prefers to share CPU's among different projects, rather than having 2 CPU's
> running one and the same one (?)

No it shouldn't ;-)

I have a dual MP running Windows XP with boinc 4.05 and boinc detects both CPUs and downloads two workunits. Did you originally have 1 CPU or are they modded XPs? Have you tried updating climateprediction.net on the project tab?

I think your problem probably has something to do with the disk capacity preferences, seeing as a SETI workunit is a lot smaller than a climateprediction one.

Funnily I have exactly the opposite problem. I have both SETI and climatepredition workunits downloaded (only a single CPU Windows XP PC) with both set to 50%, but the SETI project never gets any CPU time...

Pete
4) Questions and Answers : Unix/Linux : error 171 on debian woody (Message 3708)
Posted 10 Sep 2004 by Pete(r) van der Spoel
Post:
> it should start to download automaticly if your boinc client starts
>
>
But that was the whole problem, when I start boinc I get:

pete@debian:~/boinc$ ./boinc_4.05_i686-pc-linux-gnu
./boinc_4.05_i686-pc-linux-gnu: error while loading shared libraries: libgcc_s.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
5) Questions and Answers : Unix/Linux : error 171 on debian woody (Message 3699)
Posted 10 Sep 2004 by Pete(r) van der Spoel
Post:
> In hadsm3_4.04 my problem is solved. Thx :-)
>
>
Excellent! And where do I download this? All I can find is the boinc client.

Thanks,
PEte
6) Questions and Answers : Unix/Linux : error 171 on debian woody (Message 2675)
Posted 2 Sep 2004 by Pete(r) van der Spoel
Post:
> > I get the same error on Debian Woody boxes.
> > Trying to run the actual cpdn code (hadsm3_4.03_i686-pc-linux-gnu)
> produces
> > the following:
> > ./hadsm3_4.03_i686-pc-linux-gnu: error while loading shared libraries:
> > libstdc++.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or
> directory
>
> http://www.joewein.de/sw/swnotes002.htm has a fix for this

That's if you have the new libraries installed in /usr/local/lib, which standaard Debian Woody doesn't (at least not here). You'd need to install a backport of the required libraries (libc?). I think it all sounds rather scary to have 2 versions of libraries on the same server, either you go for stable or you don't, but if it's possible then http://www.backports.org/ is the way. I'm not risking it. Debian stable will become Sarge sometime this year, see http://www.debianplanet.org/node.php?id=1131#comment, so it's not long to wait.

regards,
Pete




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