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Message 22025 - Posted: 13 Apr 2006, 20:10:26 UTC
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OK, here\'s the skinny. I\'m also crunching RALPH (Rosseta Alpha), and they\'re trying to work out the reason the newer Rosseta app keeps crashing on HBLR_* type WUs, a few of the newer types, and also have been trying to work out the \"1% bug\".

All seemed fine last weekend (before the new WU types were released), and 4.97 was put up on Rosseta. The new types came out about then and most of the Windows systems started having crashing probs. Didn\'t effect Macs, and seems to be fine on Linux (even on the same machines, and I did check at least here), but where all the bug reports are comming in from). On the main project, user complaints were piling up, and the app was rolled back, with 4.98 Rosseta realling being the same as 4.83...

So, in the midst of trying to isolate this, Rom Walton had asked that everyone crunching RALPH to put CC 5.4.1 on their comps, indicating that the older clients do not collect the sort of debugger info they\'re needing to diagnose the cause of these crashes. He also noted that yes it is an alpha project, so a pre-release CC isn\'t beyond reasoning when trying to track down probs in their new science app...

Anyhow, I have a couple model about 5% in (just short of it), that had been running happily. I did upgrade the CC to give the Rosseta team the info they need to help hunt down the bug in their new app. However wondering if anyone has tried this on Climate Predictor yet, and if so what they\'re experience between the new beta CC and this project has been.

The backup is less then a days (actual crunch time, not calander time) out of date, and running with networking disabled for now, but wondering...
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Message 22026 - Posted: 13 Apr 2006, 21:00:26 UTC

Running only one project, but I upgraded one of my PCs running the coupled model to 5.4.0 a couple days ago and haven\'t seen any problems yet.
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Message 22030 - Posted: 14 Apr 2006, 6:45:12 UTC

OK, thx... Then I\'m gathering all should be well helping out on the RALPH project, and also allow the CPDN WU to progress.
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Message 22031 - Posted: 14 Apr 2006, 8:18:30 UTC

Running on 5.4.0 and newer versions (now 5.4.3) and no problems so far - SpinUp, Sulphur, AM3 models on 3 machines.
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Message 22073 - Posted: 15 Apr 2006, 21:32:18 UTC - in response to Message 22031.  

Running on 5.4.0 and newer versions (now 5.4.3) and no problems so far - SpinUp, Sulphur, AM3 models on 3 machines.

No problems that weren\'t already there with earlier versions of BOINC. Notably, if the host is swamped with real work, extra CPDN crunch processes are started, and then CPDN dies, but this was happening with older versions of BOINC as well.


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Message 22076 - Posted: 15 Apr 2006, 22:24:07 UTC

To stop extra downloads of cpdn wu\'s, in Projects tab, select cpdn, then click \"no new work\".

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Message 22079 - Posted: 16 Apr 2006, 11:46:36 UTC

No problem until now with Boinc 5.4.3, CPDN (sulphur_cycle 4.22) WU & WCG (rosetta 4.21) WUs.
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