Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by Chicken Patty, Feb 20, 2009.
that sucks man
but you go do what you need to do, hope everything ends up good for you
Yeah bro, shit has just been rough for me bro :shadedshu
you dont say so.
but you just take the time it needs, no need for rushing anything
my GF is going to Florida, but i dont have the money atm to go with her, but i might get over there at October then ill come visit you bro
Just want to say you guy's, and girl. rock
You take care of your mom CP. We got everything here. Hope all turns out good for you.
GL CP, hope everything works out for your!
Hope she gets well soon. My mom's been ill for the past week and these things ain't pretty. But yeah people come first, so best of wishes go to both of you.
Don't worry about the points quite yet, we're doing well as a team and as soon as my mom's fine and I get my work training out of the way there's that cruncher recruiting competition to look forward to
Thanks a lot for all the wishes guys. I'm sitting right in from of her now, she's doing well. She got a hip reconstruction yesterday so she's gotta go through a process now to start walking again and stuff.
DON, if you make it out here let me know, looking forward to meeting the great DON
Glad to hear your mom is doing better, CP.
Does anyone have any experience playing with building a baewolf cluster? I've got about 10 core 2 duo desktops that I just retired from production this morning at my office. I'd like to get them running linux and as a cluster to crunch for TPU... any thoughts?
Never tried baewolf, but back in the day I did try ClusterKNOPPIX with a half-dozen P3s that I ran SETI on. My impression is that 6 different copies of Windows 2000 was far easier. So my overall experience is to shy away from Linux clusters, howerver, putting Ubuntu on each of them should work quite well
damn, thats a big operation imo, hope it all turns out good and that she recovers quick
i WILL make it over there one day, and i do hope i can make it in October, i have a friend who travels over there every year to buy bikes, cars and what not
tks Ion --
You guys think that it might just be better to load up the BOINC client on each, and just let 'em rip?
thats what I'd do, probably easier to set up
cool... i'll just do that then --
I'll upload a pic once I get 'em all up and running =)
sweet, 20 C2D cores will be awesome!
Sweet momma! 20 C2D's Woudnt want your power bill. I have 4 x2's running on my farm right now, adds about $80 to $100 extra monthly. Thats ok, what would I do with them if they werent crunching? They would sit and collect dust bunnies. My goal for my farm is 6 to 8 systems eventually all X4's. That is till I get my new shop built. Then we will go shit ass nuts on some systems.
@ CP. Ive had knee , shoulder and elbow surgerys (sports injuries), not fun stuff to rehab from. A hip would be worse. :shadedshu Shes got a lot of painful rehab coming. I wish her the best. How old is she, if I may ask?
if you want to run Linux on them you can use the LiveCD that already has Bonic installed and ready to go for you. That is a easier way and should save alittle time
Ok, I figured out what was the issue with my AMD rig.
At nights I have a 120mm LED fan blowing over the RAM and stuff that I disconnect so the LED's don't bother me since it's out in the open. I have that fan connected via a 4 pin molex to the pump on the H50. Then they both connect to the 4 pin on the PSU. Unknowingly, I didn't pull the fan connector from the pump. I pulled the fan and pump from the PSU connector. I guess you'll know what happened from there heh?
It's all connected now, and fixed. Rig is back up and crunching at full bore.
That would do it
2nd time it happens to me I don't know how I miss it.
Burn a couple of Windows Server 2008 ISO's, crank them up to 4 GHz and let them run Rice and you have +15.000 PPD just there. Top that D.Law
My Sunbeam fan controller lets you shut fans off. Just grab one like it. Or you could always just clip the LEDs. That's what I did on all my led fans that came with cases and whatnot. I hate LED fans, but it's a shame to waste a good fan, so I just clipped all the leds out.
A cluster would be kick ass for big adv work units in Folding @ Home tho. Also a good cause.
well finally got my i7 860 stable @ 4ghz
Na, just grab one of these! There's more than one solution to solve those pesky LED fans a night. This lady assured me she had the solution for your problem and would be right over to help you get through the night just as soon as she found where she left it after the photo shoot.
p.s. If you didn't notice, the solution is in the lower left corner of the image.
Meh, I don't want to ruin the fans in case I ever decide I want one. As far as fan controllers I have one here, but don't like the added cable clutter. The stock Corsair fan is keeping load temps at peak 44ºc.
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