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1) Message boards : Number crunching : Any Badges on the way? (Message 4029)
Posted 19 Jul 2017 by Profile Steve Dodd
Um, i think an update every year on this subject is not too much to ask :)
2) Message boards : News : Migration To New Server (Message 4028)
Posted 18 Jul 2017 by Profile Steve Dodd
So, does this new server with increased storage have enough room for BADGES??!!! :)
3) Message boards : Number crunching : Immediate error on new tasks (Native Python v2.7 Application v1.11) (Message 3928)
Posted 7 Oct 2016 by Profile Steve Dodd
Thanks for letting me know. We will get a fix out asap.


Could you let us know somehow (front page or message board) when there is a fix so I (we) can reenable the project? Thanks.

Steve
4) Message boards : Number crunching : Any Badges on the way? (Message 3594)
Posted 12 Dec 2015 by Profile Steve Dodd
Bump. Still think this is a good idea.
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Native R v2.15 application 1.08 (sse2) (Message 3194)
Posted 22 Jun 2014 by Profile Steve Dodd
Well, they seem to finally finish. Interesting.
6) Message boards : Number crunching : Native R v2.15 application 1.08 (sse2) (Message 3193)
Posted 21 Jun 2014 by Profile Steve Dodd
So, I have some Wus that have this same scenario, but app. version 1.09. One has been running now just over 2.5 hrs.

2:33.03 CPU time, 2:38 Elapsed time. Estimate, according to the Properties window is 00:39:03 to go.

Is this normal? (WU ID - MindModeling_1165_3069153a5d8a597a1a
7) Message boards : Number crunching : Only Errors !!! (Message 1450)
Posted 29 Jul 2009 by Profile Steve Dodd
So Tom,
I'm getting errors on all wu on my VISTA laptop (2 cores). Do you want us to abort all of these wus too?
8) Message boards : Number crunching : Computing errors (Message 1146)
Posted 8 Dec 2008 by Profile Steve Dodd
I'm also having problems running MindModeling (again). 2.8GHz, HT /w 2GB RAM. Also having problems running Superlink@Technion; they are using a similar method of loading the application (didn't used to). Maybe you folks should talk?
9) Message boards : Number crunching : Weird Running Workunits (Message 1066)
Posted 24 Oct 2008 by Profile Steve Dodd
Thanks for the quick reply (unlike mine)! :) If you wouldn't mind listening to one more grumble, the wus come in with an estimated completion time of ~20hrs, which puts BOINC into panic mode (high priority). Probably not high on your list of things to do, but a little tweak would help.
10) Message boards : Number crunching : Weird Running Workunits (Message 1064)
Posted 23 Oct 2008 by Profile Steve Dodd
Just noticed that 2 of the wu I've gotten start running at ~94% complete, then cycles between 92 and 95% complete for the remainder of the execution time. The elapsed time appears to be in the 13 min range (P4 2.8GHz HT). Is this typical for this batch?
(WU ID - SSATNM_8-3-74985_1224626331_0 (7min 11 sec)
SSATNM_8-3-75851_1224626351_0_0)


11) Questions and Answers : Windows : RESOLVED -- Are we crunching on multicores yet (Message 1014)
Posted 14 Sep 2008 by Profile Steve Dodd
Thanks, Jack :) Should get more processing power on the project now!
12) Message boards : Number crunching : Still uploading problems? (Message 911)
Posted 12 Aug 2008 by Profile Steve Dodd
Thanks for the update, Tom. Will be waiting patiently.
13) Questions and Answers : Windows : 64-bit BOINC client / 32-bit work. (Message 687)
Posted 28 Apr 2008 by Profile Steve Dodd
Just to let people know, I tried a patched version of sbcl for Jack with successful results on a Windows Vista Ultimate machine (32-bit, Core2 Duo T7300 @ 2.0 GHz.) Hoping this will be of use in getting out the next version soon.
14) Questions and Answers : Windows : RESOLVED -- Are we crunching on multicores yet (Message 637)
Posted 12 Apr 2008 by Profile Steve Dodd
Edit: (sort of)
That was under Vista that I couldn\'t run MindModeling. Still wondering if that\'s the case.
15) Questions and Answers : Windows : RESOLVED -- Are we crunching on multicores yet (Message 634)
Posted 11 Apr 2008 by Profile Steve Dodd
I was looking at another thread \"My PC isn\'t calculating anything\" and notice the following comment from Jack: \"This is a lock file used to ensure only one instance is of the cognitive architecture is compiled during the first run. This used primarily for computers that have multiple cores.\"
Is MindModeling working now for Intel multicores?




Steve,

It does work for multi-cored computers.

The lockfile is used during inital setup for the very 1st workunit crunched of a set.

It ensures only one instance of the app is trying to compile the program.
If the app is killed in the middle of this process a bad compilation causes things not to run.
The lock file is removed automatically after first compilation (or 10 mins) whichever comes first.

I recommend deleting from your projects directory any directory with the name containing actr6v1.3r563_default.
This will for the next workunit to recompile things.
[If you have 4 instances start and things are all compiled all 4 go immediately otherwise the first instance compiles things and the 3 others wait unitl that it is done (or for 10 min) whichever comes first.

[There is the possibility that 10 is to short in the cause of a older machine.]

Let me know if that helped,

Jack



There definitely seems to be a race condition happening that the lockfile is not stopping on some of the faster machines. I am adding a new mechanism to prevent this in the next version.


And that next version will be available when? :)
And just to be clear, the problem I was asking about concerned the processor usage on multicore machine (not processing @100%). I originally asked about this when running MindModeling on my laptop, which wouldn\'t run at all w/o bombing.
16) Questions and Answers : Windows : RESOLVED -- Are we crunching on multicores yet (Message 630)
Posted 10 Apr 2008 by Profile Steve Dodd
I was looking at another thread \"My PC isn\'t calculating anything\" and notice the following comment from Jack: \"This is a lock file used to ensure only one instance is of the cognitive architecture is compiled during the first run. This used primarily for computers that have multiple cores.\"
Is MindModeling working now for Intel multicores?
17) Questions and Answers : Windows : 64-bit BOINC client / 32-bit work. (Message 553)
Posted 27 Mar 2008 by Profile Steve Dodd
So, Mr. Harris :)
With all that great work by the other members, any thoughts on when the next Windows version will be available that will work on Vista?
18) Questions and Answers : Windows : Problems running Act-R on laptop (Message 466)
Posted 10 Mar 2008 by Profile Steve Dodd
Figured as much. I\'ll just be patient for now and keep crunching on my XP / Server R2 boxes.

Thanks for the reply. I\'ll be monitoring for progress.
19) Questions and Answers : Windows : Problems running Act-R on laptop (Message 447)
Posted 7 Mar 2008 by Profile Steve Dodd
Well, tried 3 more on the HP laptop running Vista Ultimate, all with compute errors.

Still at the drawing board with this one.
20) Questions and Answers : Windows : Problems running Act-R on laptop (Message 423)
Posted 5 Mar 2008 by Profile Steve Dodd
Just for completeness (it took forever to download)

3/5/2008 12:39:00 PM|MindModeling@Beta|Finished download of mm_ACTR_graphics_3.00_windows_intelx86.exe
3/5/2008 12:39:00 PM|MindModeling@Beta|[error] Checksum or signature error for mm_ACTR_graphics_3.00_windows_intelx86.exe



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