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1) Message boards : Number crunching : FAMOUS SUCCESS/FAILURE RATIO (Message 40803)
Posted 29 Sep 2010 by Profile John Hunt
Famous_uiau_1999_200_006656561_2 completed on Core2quad Q6600 Windows XP Home.
Workunit error - check skipped.

http://climateapps2.oucs.ox.ac.uk/cpdnboinc/result.php?resultid=11533651
2) Message boards : Number crunching : FAMOUS SUCCESS/FAILURE RATIO (Message 40770)
Posted 25 Sep 2010 by Profile John Hunt
Famous_uiav_599_200_006656562_1 completed on Core2Quad Q6600 @2.4GHz Windows XP Home.

http://climateapps2.oucs.ox.ac.uk/cpdnboinc/result.php?resultid=11533655
3) Message boards : Number crunching : Trickles (Message 40727)
Posted 20 Sep 2010 by Profile John Hunt
Already answered here by Les.
4) Message boards : Number crunching : Credit anomalies (Message 40471)
Posted 1 Sep 2010 by Profile John Hunt
BoincStats showing a negative 50K credit today -

http://boincstats.com/stats/user_graph.php?pr=cpdn&id=60678

This has happened before as Milo says, but does eventually get resolved !
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Why no trickles since 13th - Others all to 19th Apr'09 (Message 36749)
Posted 20 Apr 2009 by Profile John Hunt
Well done to everyone at CPDN for getting back on track!
I've just checked the two models currently running on my PCs -
the trickles are now up-to-date.
6) Message boards : Cafe CPDN : Team England (Boinc) (Message 36001)
Posted 24 Jan 2009 by Profile John Hunt


We may not be rising as fast as the Space Shuttle, but overnight, Team England (Boinc) has risen to 94th position in World Ranking ! BoincStats


7) Message boards : Cafe CPDN : Team England (Boinc) (Message 35460)
Posted 8 Nov 2008 by Profile John Hunt
Team England has decided to take part in one of the regular competitions at WCG –
Christmas Race 2008



A list of the ‘runners’ can be found here –
http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/team/challenge/viewTeamChallenge.do?challengeId=1721

The race runs from 1st December through to midnight on the 24th December.
All team members are invited to take part – the more the merrier!
The team has the opportunity to improve both UK and World rankings on this worthwhile project. All it needs is a small contribution from everyone in the team – perhaps one or two WCG WUs each day while continuing to crunch your own projects. There is a thread in the Team Forum where you can follow progress or find out how to ‘tweak’ your project settings.
The WUs can take up to 8 hrs and the time for validation, strangely enough, is quicker than SETI even though WCG WUs ask for a quorum of 10 or more!


8) Message boards : Cafe CPDN : Team England (Boinc) (Message 34050)
Posted 11 Jun 2008 by Profile John Hunt

Another milestone for Team England (Boinc) -
40 Million Credits!


The team has a presence in 56 Boinc projects.
As this milestone is passed on 11th June 2008 -
In 50 of the projects, the team is in the Top 10 UK ranking.
In 16 of the projects, the team is in the Top 50 World ranking.



Overall, the team is No. 7 in the UK and No. 105 in the World.
Not long to go until we reach the Top 100........




Be there with us when we reach the Top 100!
9) Message boards : Cafe CPDN : Team Recruiting Thread II (Message 33838)
Posted 17 May 2008 by Profile John Hunt
Calling all Team England (Boinc) members!

The team forum is back online after a lengthy absence due to technical problems.
The whole board has had a bit of a \'spring-clean\' and there is a new \'Members Only\' section where team members can really get to grips with BOINCing in general and the Projects in particular!
The Castle Cafe is open for business with the usual forum games to help you unwind.

And of course - we always welcome new members........



10) Message boards : Number crunching : Trickles not showing. (Message 32768)
Posted 28 Feb 2008 by Profile John Hunt
I won\'t quote mo.v\'s post again, but it is clear that Tolu has a lot on his plate at the moment with Milo being away!
This delay in credits granting has happened before but it always works out eventually - all that happens is you get a large award of credits on one day.

I\'ve been eagerly awaiting a milestone on CPDN - 100k credits - for the last couple of days now....
(it is reported here, but not on the stats sites yet!)
11) Message boards : Number crunching : Iceworlds & Slowdowns hadsm3/mh - Closed - Discussion (Message 32670)
Posted 19 Feb 2008 by Profile John Hunt
I\'m still hanging in there with this one!
http://climateapps2.oucs.ox.ac.uk/cpdnboinc/result.php?resultid=7209853

6 days from previous trickle to the one today - just one more trickle to go. (phew!)


WU finished and returned at lunchtime UTC today 19/02/2008.
Hope the results are useful to the scientists!


12) Message boards : Number crunching : Iceworlds & Slowdowns hadsm3/mh - Closed - Discussion (Message 32590)
Posted 12 Feb 2008 by Profile John Hunt
I\'m still hanging in there with this one!
http://climateapps2.oucs.ox.ac.uk/cpdnboinc/result.php?resultid=7209853

6 days from previous trickle to the one today - just one more trickle to go. (phew!)
13) Message boards : Number crunching : Iceworlds & Slowdowns hadsm3/mh - Closed - Discussion (Message 32542)
Posted 9 Feb 2008 by Profile John Hunt
Thanks, John. If your model does make it to completion I\'ll be interested to see its graphs.


Almost 24 hours on from first post yesterday and it\'s now 97.22% complete.
At this rate, it\'ll be 10 days + to completion.
I\'ll see this one through!

14) Message boards : Number crunching : Iceworlds & Slowdowns hadsm3/mh - Closed - Discussion (Message 32532)
Posted 8 Feb 2008 by Profile John Hunt
Sorry for delay in reply -

R for rainfall gives a static pastel green globe.
P for pressure gives a static black globe.
Both have white outlines for land.

As I said to Les earlier, I don\'t normally watch the graphics.....

[EDIT]
Computer 827039 may have hit the same problem as myself - no trickle since early hours of this morning....
15) Message boards : Number crunching : Iceworlds & Slowdowns hadsm3/mh - Closed - Discussion (Message 32528)
Posted 8 Feb 2008 by Profile John Hunt

Thanks Les!
Apart from myself, there\'s two duo cores and a quad core (and a Celeron!) also crunching this WU.
I\'ll give it a few more days, see what happens. If and when the other quad/duo results come in, I\'ll abort.

16) Message boards : Number crunching : Iceworlds & Slowdowns hadsm3/mh - Closed - Discussion (Message 32526)
Posted 8 Feb 2008 by Profile John Hunt

Another slow iceworld.

http://climateapps2.oucs.ox.ac.uk/cpdnboinc/result.php?resultid=7209853

Timestep 241564 of 259248 - 97.73% complete. ( 0.255% more than 24 hours ago)

CPU time = 296:31 hrs, 6:53 to completion.

1.40 sec/TS.

Globe is blue.

Intel Q6600 Quad, never overclocked.

Should I keep going?

Model date is 23/11/2064 so it looks as if I\'m going to have a verrrry chilly 109th birthday on the 24th!
17) Message boards : Number crunching : Trickles not showing. (Message 32503)
Posted 7 Feb 2008 by Profile John Hunt

Just had a look at the front page. Yes, it is definitely a lot \'cleaner\' and less confusing than the one I remember.

Well done!
18) Message boards : Number crunching : Trickles not showing. (Message 32500)
Posted 7 Feb 2008 by Profile John Hunt

Les - you are a star!
I don\'t usually run the graphics (waste of cycles!) but you are correct; I do have an \'ice-world\'.
This is the first time I\'ve had one of these, probably not the last.

Many thanks from an honorary Aussie born and bred in the UK....
(when are you going to join us, Les?)

19) Message boards : Number crunching : Trickles not showing. (Message 32497)
Posted 7 Feb 2008 by Profile John Hunt

This is happening to me too.

Also -
I have a WU on my quad which is showing some strange (?) behaviour -
CPU time is 270 hrs and rising, time to completion is 7 hrs and static. The % complete is very slowly rising, about .01% per hour, currently at 97.5%.

Any ideas, anyone or am I worrying un-necessarily?

20) Message boards : Cafe CPDN : An appeal to all crunchers! (Message 30764)
Posted 29 Sep 2007 by Profile John Hunt


Thank you Zelvuska and the Czech National Team for the Czech translation.
(Zelvuska had previously said he may be able to help - that was over a week ago)
Great work and well worth the wait!



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