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Old 2010-06-17, 15:25   #1
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[Jun 17 15:15] Worker starting
[Jun 17 15:15] Setting affinity to run worker on logical CPU #0
[Jun 17 15:15] Resuming primality test of M49859347 using FFT length 3072K
[Jun 17 15:15] Iteration: 1957119 / 49859347 [3.92%].
[Jun 17 15:16] Stopping primality test of M49859347 at iteration 1957527 [3.92%]
[Jun 17 15:16] Worker stopped.
[Jun 17 15:16] Worker starting
[Jun 17 15:16] Setting affinity to run worker on logical CPU #0
[Jun 17 15:16] Resuming primality test of M49859347 using FFT length 3072K
[Jun 17 15:16] Iteration: 1957528 / 49859347 [3.92%].
[Jun 17 15:19] Iteration: 1960000 / 49859347 [3.93%]. Per iteration time: 0.063 sec.
[Jun 17 15:29] Iteration: 1970000 / 49859347 [3.95%]. Per iteration time: 0.064 sec.
[Jun 17 15:40] Iteration: 1980000 / 49859347 [3.97%]. Per iteration time: 0.061 sec.
[Jun 17 15:50] Iteration: 1990000 / 49859347 [3.99%]. Per iteration time: 0.061 sec.
[Jun 17 16:00] Iteration: 2000000 / 49859347 [4.01%]. Per iteration time: 0.061 sec.
[Jun 17 16:10] Iteration: 2010000 / 49859347 [4.03%]. Per iteration time: 0.061 sec.
[Jun 17 16:15] Iteration: 2014356/49859347, ERROR: SUM(INPUTS) != SUM(OUTPUTS), 19363187795547.13 != -33541460901734.32
[Jun 17 16:15] Possible hardware failure, consult the readme.txt file.
[Jun 17 16:15] Continuing from last save file.
[Jun 17 16:15] Waiting five minutes before restarting.
[Jun 17 16:20] Resuming primality test of M49859347 using FFT length 3072K
[Jun 17 16:20] Iteration: 1986385 / 49859347 [3.98%].
[Jun 17 16:24] Iteration: 1990000 / 49859347 [3.99%]. Per iteration time: 0.061 sec.
[Jun 17 16:34] Iteration: 2000000 / 49859347 [4.01%]. Per iteration time: 0.061 sec.
[Jun 17 16:44] Iteration: 2010000 / 49859347 [4.03%]. Per iteration time: 0.061 sec.
[Jun 17 16:54] Iteration: 2020000 / 49859347 [4.05%]. Per iteration time: 0.061 sec.
[Jun 17 17:04] Iteration: 2029266/49859347, ERROR: ILLEGAL SUMOUT
[Jun 17 17:04] Possible hardware failure, consult the readme.txt file.
[Jun 17 17:04] Continuing from last save file.
[Jun 17 17:04] Waiting five minutes before restarting.
[Jun 17 17:09] Resuming primality test of M49859347 using FFT length 3072K
[Jun 17 17:09] Iteration: 2014358 / 49859347 [4.04%].
[Jun 17 17:15] Iteration: 2020000 / 49859347 [4.05%]. Per iteration time: 0.061 sec.
[Jun 17 17:23] Iteration: 2027907/49859347, ERROR: SUM(INPUTS) != SUM(OUTPUTS), 2181764499827568 != 2181577566301397
[Jun 17 17:23] Possible hardware failure, consult the readme.txt file.
[Jun 17 17:23] Continuing from last save file.
[Jun 17 17:23] Waiting five minutes before restarting.



Please what i can make for error ?
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Old 2010-06-17, 16:32   #2
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Your computer is not working right. Is it over-clocked? if so you need to slow it down some. Use the torture test for at least 24 hours to check if it is working right after you change it. You might also have some bad memory or a bad motherboard or bad cpu causing errors. you would have to get the bad parts replaced.


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[Jun 17 15:15] Worker starting
[Jun 17 15:15] Setting affinity to run worker on logical CPU #0
[Jun 17 15:15] Resuming primality test of M49859347 using FFT length 3072K
[Jun 17 15:15] Iteration: 1957119 / 49859347 [3.92%].
[Jun 17 15:16] Stopping primality test of M49859347 at iteration 1957527 [3.92%]
[Jun 17 15:16] Worker stopped.
[Jun 17 15:16] Worker starting
[Jun 17 15:16] Setting affinity to run worker on logical CPU #0
[Jun 17 15:16] Resuming primality test of M49859347 using FFT length 3072K
[Jun 17 15:16] Iteration: 1957528 / 49859347 [3.92%].
[Jun 17 15:19] Iteration: 1960000 / 49859347 [3.93%]. Per iteration time: 0.063 sec.
[Jun 17 15:29] Iteration: 1970000 / 49859347 [3.95%]. Per iteration time: 0.064 sec.
[Jun 17 15:40] Iteration: 1980000 / 49859347 [3.97%]. Per iteration time: 0.061 sec.
[Jun 17 15:50] Iteration: 1990000 / 49859347 [3.99%]. Per iteration time: 0.061 sec.
[Jun 17 16:00] Iteration: 2000000 / 49859347 [4.01%]. Per iteration time: 0.061 sec.
[Jun 17 16:10] Iteration: 2010000 / 49859347 [4.03%]. Per iteration time: 0.061 sec.
[Jun 17 16:15] Iteration: 2014356/49859347, ERROR: SUM(INPUTS) != SUM(OUTPUTS), 19363187795547.13 != -33541460901734.32
[Jun 17 16:15] Possible hardware failure, consult the readme.txt file.
[Jun 17 16:15] Continuing from last save file.
[Jun 17 16:15] Waiting five minutes before restarting.
[Jun 17 16:20] Resuming primality test of M49859347 using FFT length 3072K
[Jun 17 16:20] Iteration: 1986385 / 49859347 [3.98%].
[Jun 17 16:24] Iteration: 1990000 / 49859347 [3.99%]. Per iteration time: 0.061 sec.
[Jun 17 16:34] Iteration: 2000000 / 49859347 [4.01%]. Per iteration time: 0.061 sec.
[Jun 17 16:44] Iteration: 2010000 / 49859347 [4.03%]. Per iteration time: 0.061 sec.
[Jun 17 16:54] Iteration: 2020000 / 49859347 [4.05%]. Per iteration time: 0.061 sec.
[Jun 17 17:04] Iteration: 2029266/49859347, ERROR: ILLEGAL SUMOUT
[Jun 17 17:04] Possible hardware failure, consult the readme.txt file.
[Jun 17 17:04] Continuing from last save file.
[Jun 17 17:04] Waiting five minutes before restarting.
[Jun 17 17:09] Resuming primality test of M49859347 using FFT length 3072K
[Jun 17 17:09] Iteration: 2014358 / 49859347 [4.04%].
[Jun 17 17:15] Iteration: 2020000 / 49859347 [4.05%]. Per iteration time: 0.061 sec.
[Jun 17 17:23] Iteration: 2027907/49859347, ERROR: SUM(INPUTS) != SUM(OUTPUTS), 2181764499827568 != 2181577566301397
[Jun 17 17:23] Possible hardware failure, consult the readme.txt file.
[Jun 17 17:23] Continuing from last save file.
[Jun 17 17:23] Waiting five minutes before restarting.



Please what i can make for error ?
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Old 2010-06-17, 17:31   #3
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Is it over-clocked? No

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Old 2010-06-17, 17:59   #4
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Is it over-clocked? No

What i can make ?
Without question, your computer is not 100% healthy.

It is possible your RAM is going bad. It is possibly your CPU is going bad. It is possible your Mother Board (MB) is going bad. (In order of likelihood from my past experience.) Your Hard Drive(s) (HD) don't enter the equation.

(Actually, to be pedantic... Your HDs would only enter the equation if your machine was paging out (using virtual memory) for prime95/mprime. But if that's the case, you've got some other serious issues with that machine that you need to deal with.)

Is this new? As in, have you previously been completing LL / DC checks without these errors on this machine?

Regardless, my advise is to *not* trust this machine for anything important; at least until you swap out (or reseat) the above components and these errors no longer occur.

Last fiddled with by chalsall on 2010-06-17 at 18:10 Reason: Added the pedantic bit about VM.
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What i can make ?
Maybe RAM problem. Try Memtest: http://www.memtest.org/
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