climateprediction.net home page
attaching to BBC experiment

attaching to BBC experiment

Message boards : Cafe CPDN : attaching to BBC experiment
Message board moderation

To post messages, you must log in.

AuthorMessage
old_user907

Send message
Joined: 17 Aug 04
Posts: 21
Credit: 254,101
RAC: 0
Message 20204 - Posted: 14 Feb 2006, 17:30:12 UTC

If any existing BOINC people want to join in the new experiment before its available here, you can attach to bbc.cpdn.org (better than downloading new client from that site)
But please dont detach from the experiments distributed here - we still need the results!
ID: 20204 · Report as offensive     Reply Quote
old_user907

Send message
Joined: 17 Aug 04
Posts: 21
Credit: 254,101
RAC: 0
Message 20207 - Posted: 14 Feb 2006, 17:37:04 UTC

.. but, I have just found out, credits from this will not go towards BOINC totals, so if you care about these, wait a couple of days or so until we start distributing the same experiment here...
ID: 20207 · Report as offensive     Reply Quote
old_user79607

Send message
Joined: 4 Jun 05
Posts: 3
Credit: 416,467
RAC: 0
Message 20257 - Posted: 15 Feb 2006, 8:50:35 UTC

Excelent. How long are the work units going to take? Are they going to take longer to compute than sulphur cycle work units?
ID: 20257 · Report as offensive     Reply Quote
Les Bayliss
Volunteer moderator

Send message
Joined: 5 Sep 04
Posts: 7355
Credit: 23,425,081
RAC: 1
Message 20259 - Posted: 15 Feb 2006, 9:41:18 UTC

Sulphur is 5 lots of 15 years, = 75 model years.
TCM is a single 120 years phase.
Trickles will be in \"December\", with nothing left on the hd after it completes.

ID: 20259 · Report as offensive     Reply Quote
old_user79607

Send message
Joined: 4 Jun 05
Posts: 3
Credit: 416,467
RAC: 0
Message 20261 - Posted: 15 Feb 2006, 10:02:15 UTC

Well that explains crunching time. Thanks for the info Les Bayliss.
ID: 20261 · Report as offensive     Reply Quote
Arnaud

Send message
Joined: 3 Sep 04
Posts: 268
Credit: 256,045
RAC: 0
Message 20275 - Posted: 15 Feb 2006, 12:21:50 UTC

It\'s 160 years (2x80), AFIAK
Arnaud
ID: 20275 · Report as offensive     Reply Quote
old_user201

Send message
Joined: 5 Aug 04
Posts: 9
Credit: 193,678
RAC: 0
Message 20279 - Posted: 15 Feb 2006, 15:41:01 UTC - in response to Message 20275.  

Yap, it\'s 160 years. After 80 years of (simulated) crunching there will be a checkpoint. If the model seems to be alright there are additional 80 years, but if it looks like the model is damaged it will be stoped.

Joe
ID: 20279 · Report as offensive     Reply Quote
Profile old_user71
Avatar

Send message
Joined: 5 Aug 04
Posts: 19
Credit: 16,547
RAC: 0
Message 20308 - Posted: 15 Feb 2006, 20:11:39 UTC - in response to Message 20207.  

.. but, I have just found out, credits from this will not go towards BOINC totals, so if you care about these, wait a couple of days or so until we start distributing the same experiment here...


The XML stats are been exported people so you can show them in your stat boxes as soon as these services add the project

Click the Sig


Join UBT
ID: 20308 · Report as offensive     Reply Quote
Arnaud

Send message
Joined: 3 Sep 04
Posts: 268
Credit: 256,045
RAC: 0
Message 20336 - Posted: 16 Feb 2006, 11:14:07 UTC
Last modified: 16 Feb 2006, 11:16:27 UTC

It\'s credited but as a new project: Climate Change
See here: http://www.boincstats.com/stats/user_stats.php?pr=cce&st=0&to=100
Arnaud
ID: 20336 · Report as offensive     Reply Quote

Message boards : Cafe CPDN : attaching to BBC experiment

©2021 climateprediction.net