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1) Message boards : News : Server stop for maintenance (2018-12-27, 9:30 CEST) (Message 1458)
Posted 28 Dec 2018 by Retnek
Everything is fine with the workload for the clients, the web site and if I can post here finally looks like you're done. Looks like well prepared happy new year.
2) Message boards : Number crunching : New TCGA workunits (TCGAz) (Message 1418)
Posted 7 Dec 2018 by Retnek
...I'm constantly monitoring the situation, adding credits for 'invalid' and 'too late to validate' workunits.


Thanks, that's what I love to read. If someone cares for the result, there's some reason in it. I'll let it run and we'll see what happens. Curiosity is a strong motive.
3) Message boards : Number crunching : New TCGA workunits (TCGAz) (Message 1416)
Posted 7 Dec 2018 by Retnek
Here's one job with no progress but growing time:

gene@home PC-IM 1.11 (avx)
148368_Hs_TCGA-KLF6_wu-22_1543433692665
03.12.2018 11:36:21
87.729 GFLOPs
time running
2d 14:56:04
time to complete
49d 21:49:11
recent progress
5,000%

Since the job seems to be frozen at 5% but rising times to complete, I'll better ask what to do? No problem to let it run for 100 days, if there's hope for a result.
4) Message boards : Number crunching : New TCGA workunits (TCGAz) (Message 1413)
Posted 5 Dec 2018 by Retnek
Thanks for the warning - some of these jobs seem to need considerably more CPU-time. 17 h for 32% in one case. Anyhow, if there's a chance they come to an end I'll let them run.



if you can, let them run. If you need to turn off your pc at the end of the day, abort them. If you are in the middle of long checkpoint, and you turn off your pc, you'll come back to the previously checkpoint, losing your time.
One wu stay at 52% for 9h. Total run time 33h


No problem to let them run - looking good. One job finished after 1 days 3 hours 52 min 36 sec, completed and validated.

There's one job now at 5% after one day, 19 days to go. Let's see. :-)
5) Message boards : Number crunching : New TCGA workunits (TCGAz) (Message 1410)
Posted 4 Dec 2018 by Retnek
Thanks for the warning - some of these jobs seem to need considerably more CPU-time. 17 h for 32% in one case. Anyhow, if there's a chance they come to an end I'll let them run.




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