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21) Message boards : Number crunching : New region? (Message 54883)
Posted 5 Oct 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan


Hi Iain and everyone ... I'm now crunching two of the Weather At Home2 (wah2) 8.19

wah2_pnw25_c0eh_200312_49_452_010736499_1

does the _49_ signify 49 months and 49 Zip files?

just curiosity.

Weather At Home2 (wah2) 8.19

wah2_pnw25_c0eh_200312_49_452_010736499_1


22) Message boards : climateprediction.net Science : Climate change in the News (Message 54875)
Posted 1 Oct 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
One more link - CLIMATE CENTRAL - The World Passes 400 PPM Threshold. Permanently?
23) Message boards : climateprediction.net Science : Climate change in the News (Message 54873)
Posted 1 Oct 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan



scientific american.com reports the following:

Earth’s CO2 Passes the 400 PPM Threshold—Maybe Permanently?

Carbon dioxide levels often hit lows,
in September, but now remain above a crucial benchmark.

In the centuries to come, history books will likely look back on,
September 2016 as a major milestone for the world’s climate.
At a time when atmospheric carbon dioxide is usually at,
its minimum, the monthly value failed to drop below 400 parts per million.

That all but ensures that 2016 will be the year that carbon dioxide,
officially passed the symbolic 400 ppm mark,
never to return below it in our lifetimes, according to scientists.

Because carbon pollution has been increasing since,
the start of the Industrial Revolution and has shown no signs,
of abating, it was more a question of,
“when” rather than “if” we would cross this threshold.
The inevitability doesn’t make it any less significant, though.

September is usually the month when carbon dioxide,
is at its lowest after a summer of plants growing and sucking,
it up in the northern hemisphere.

As fall wears on, those plants lose their leaves,
which in turn decompose, releasing the stored carbon dioxide,
back into the atmosphere. At Mauna Loa Observatory,
the world’s marquee site for monitoring carbon dioxide,
there are signs that the process has begun
but levels have remained above 400 ppm.
Click the link below to read more:

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/earth-s-co2-passes-the-400-ppm-threshold-maybe-permanently/?







24) Message boards : climateprediction.net Science : Climate change in the News (Message 54861)
Posted 28 Sep 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan


Jord posted this over at BOINC Message boards,
So in case some of you don't read the BOINC Message boards,
Click the following link to read more:

Greenland's receding icecap to expose top-secret US nuclear project Iceworm

US nuclear Project Iceworm:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Iceworm





25) Message boards : climateprediction.net Science : Climate change in the News (Message 54860)
Posted 28 Sep 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
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The Sydney Morning Herald:
The longest continuous reconstruction of the Earth's surface climate suggests that current greenhouse gas levels could commit the planet to as much ...
Click the following link to read more:
http://www.smh.com.au/environment/todays-greenhouse-gas-levels-could-result-in-up-to-7-degrees-of-warming-20160926-grojp8.html



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26) Message boards : Number crunching : New work (Message 54849)
Posted 27 Sep 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
if the researchers don't get their results in a reasonable time, they can just re-issue them (plus a few more perhaps), as a new batch, and then forget about the earlier unreturned tasks.

Hi Les, I agree with you 100%, in the last few weeks I have come across many computers with big stockpiles, 200 tasks or more sitting on their hard drives since March or April, and they have not uploaded a single Zip file for those tasks. What can be done to solve this?
27) Message boards : Number crunching : New work (Message 54842)
Posted 27 Sep 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Hi Les, hi everyone, would it be possible or would it cause problems to some crunchers, to change the deadline in BOINC from a year to say 3 or 4 months for Climate Prediction? I have two computers. One computer crunches only Climate Prediction. My second computer crunches only SETI@home. I think the deadline at SETI@home is two months. Come to think of it, I guess people who crunch Climate Prediction and other multiple projects on one computer there might be a problem not sure? Any way just a thought.
28) Message boards : climateprediction.net Science : Climate change in the News (Message 54827)
Posted 23 Sep 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan



The Paris climate agreement just passed a crucial threshold.
Just one more hurdle remains before the agreement can enter into force.

Last December, nearly 200 countries signed an agreement in Paris pledging to keep the world well below
2 degrees Celsius of warming in an effort to stave off the worst impacts of climate change.
Now, that pledge looks closer than ever to becoming a reality.

On Wednesday morning, 31 countries officially ratified the Paris climate agreement,
pushing it over one of the required thresholds needed for the agreement to enter into force.

Sixty parties, representing 48 percent of the world’s emissions, have now officially joined.
For the Paris agreement to enter into force, at least 55 nations,
representing at least 55 percent of global emissions,
must formally ratify. That means that the agreement needs just
7 percent more greenhouse gas emissions before the agreement can enter into force.
Read more here



29) Message boards : Number crunching : Project communication failed: attempting access to reference site (Message 54814)
Posted 21 Sep 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
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Some more information that may help?

my event Log of mex25 --- with --- http_debug - and - http_xfer_debug --- on:

http://pastebin.com/0ZfJ0155

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30) Message boards : Number crunching : Project communication failed: attempting access to reference site (Message 54810)
Posted 21 Sep 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan


my computer just now successfuly uploaded a mex25 zip file.

I'm posting this information in the hope,
that my BOINC files might have some info that would help?

Here's my log of mex25 with checked http_debug & http_xfer_debug on:

http://pastebin.com/W8RRa1hF

the HTTP1.0 is on

Click here to see my <cc_config>

my computer:
Win 10 pro x64 Edition Build 1511 (10.00.10586.00)
BOINC client version 7.6.22

wah2_mex25_c0k5_199212_13_410_010609201_2




31) Message boards : Number crunching : Project communication failed: attempting access to reference site (Message 54788)
Posted 18 Sep 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Les Bayliss ... Forum moderator
has made a sticky post at the top of the Number crunching section called:
Uploading Mexico models - here -
summarising the Mexico problem,
Note that this is only affecting some people.

I hope this might will help you?
32) Questions and Answers : Windows : Problem running ONE SPECIFIC project (Message 54764)
Posted 7 Sep 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
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also If it's any help ... my one and only mex25 still running:
my mex25 should finished in 2 days 13 hours,
on an Intel Xeon CPU E5-2687W v3 @ 3.10GHz

wah2_mex25_c21x_201112_13_410_010611137_1

Screen shot of properties:



wah2_mex25_c21x_201112_13_410_010611137_1

I hope this will help in some way.

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33) Message boards : climateprediction.net Science : Climate change in the News (Message 54710)
Posted 25 Aug 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
We Just Lived Through The Hottest Month In Recorded History.
2016 is still on track for the hottest year ever.


Yes, it’s hot out there thanks to global warming.
NASA climate change:

http://climate.nasa.gov/news/2479/nasa-analysis-finds-july-2016-is-warmest-on-record

NASA reports that last month was the hottest July on record.
That follows the hottest June or record, hottest May, April,
March, February, and January. It’s almost like there is a pattern….
How hot was it last month? As the map above shows, parts of the Arctic and
Antarctic averaged as high as 7.7°C (13.9°F) above average.
No wonder we’ve seen records broken for the melting of the ice sheets and Arctic sea ice.
It was so hot that Dr. Gavin Schmidt, director of NASA’s Goddard Institute
of Space Studies, tweeted out Monday, “July 2016 was absolutely the hottest month
since the instrumental records began.” He attached this chart:



34) Message boards : Number crunching : ANOTHER UPLOAD PROBLEM (Message 54670)
Posted 19 Aug 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Have tried both of those. Upload hangs at 5.70% every time.

sorry Jim, I hope someone will have a solution for you.
Your mex25 that has not uploaded yet:
wah2_mex25_c25z_201312_13_410_010611283_0

looks like good news,
according to the above web page,
your mex25 has uploaded and reported in:

Created - - - - - - - 18 Jun 2016 22:14:23 UTC
Sent - - - - - - - - - 30 Jul 2016 10:24:16 UTC
Received - - - - - - 18 Aug 2016 17:18:34 UTC
Server state - - - - Over
Outcome - - - - - - Success
Client state - - - - - Done
Exit status - - - - - - 0 (0x0)
Computer ID - - - - - 1389582

Your mex25:
wah2_mex25_c25z_201312_13_410_010611283_0

Edit: for typo
35) Message boards : Number crunching : ANOTHER UPLOAD PROBLEM (Message 54666)
Posted 18 Aug 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Have tried both of those. Upload hangs at 5.70% every time.

sorry Jim, I hope someone will have a solution for you.
Your mex25 that has not uploaded yet:
wah2_mex25_c25z_201312_13_410_010611283_0

Edit for typo.
36) Message boards : Number crunching : ANOTHER UPLOAD PROBLEM (Message 54664)
Posted 18 Aug 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
All zip files uploaded properly,
except for zip 14.
It is stuck in the transfer tab,
with a transient HTTP error,
and the task can’t report until it clears.


hi Jim,

Your mex25 that has not uploaded yet:

wah2_mex25_c25z_201312_13_410_010611283_0

this is just a wild thought,
but have you tried:
in the transfer tab high-light the Mex25 zip and then click "Retry now" ?

or

open up your BOINC Manager,
click on you Projects tab,
high-light ClimatePrediction.Org,
then click on "update" ?

you have probably have already tried these two, but just my wild thouhgt.

my mex25 that I am now crunching
7 zips successfully uploaded so far:

wah2_mex25_c0un_199612_13_410_010609579_1

just a thought that I hope might help?

Best Wishes,
Byron.

Edit: for typo.
37) Message boards : Number crunching : ANOTHER UPLOAD PROBLEM (Message 54634)
Posted 11 Aug 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Getting an error message trying to upload zips to Upload2.
Email sent.

my zips have uploaded, seems to be fixed,
thank you Les, Andy, and everyone.
38) Message boards : Number crunching : ANOTHER UPLOAD PROBLEM (Message 54632)
Posted 11 Aug 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Getting an error message trying to upload zips to Upload2.
Email sent.

thank you Les, I can confirm the same:
error message trying to upload zips to Upload2:
Disk quota exceeded.
39) Message boards : Number crunching : ANOTHER UPLOAD PROBLEM (Message 54590)
Posted 27 Jul 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Les Posted:
I've made a sticky post at the top of this section called:
Uploading Mexico models - here -
summarising the Mexico problem,
Note that this is only affecting some people.

thank you Les.




my one only mex50 task has completed successfully,
with no errors and successfully uploaded with no proplems.

here:

http://climateapps2.oerc.ox.ac.uk/cpdnboinc/result.php?resultid=19834699


wah2_mex50_fo0n_193012_12_407_010607159
40) Questions and Answers : Windows : An odd failure (Message 54580)
Posted 26 Jul 2016 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Oops sorry: Edit to my post # 54578 for spelling and 34 tasks crunching:

so that should read:

when both of my computers rebooted at the same time due to power failure 3 days ago,
and I had to restart BOINC,
i was surprised to see that I had lost only one Climate Prediction task that day,
out 34 that were crunching, at the time.

since March of 2016,
I have set my preferences so that I carry no "stock piles"
and I set my preferences to use 85% of availble CPU's
so that every one of the,
34 task you see in progress
stated crunching the moment,
my computer received them from the Climate server.
that way i can return the Climate Prediction tasks,
to the Scientists as soon as possible

actually, I did this from a suggestion in a - post - that Les made 7 months ago,

thank you Les.

I hope the helps.


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