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Old 2020-11-01, 20:31   #78
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9m2_277 appears to be underperforming, and will need more sieving. Was the intention to sieve special-q on the algebraic side, maybe?
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Old 2020-11-01, 21:02   #79
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9m2_277 appears to be underperforming, and will need more sieving. Was the intention to sieve special-q on the algebraic side, maybe?
Yes on the -a side, but of course the lss: 0 is missing...sigh. 100% my fault.

NFS@Home is recommending 262M as the top of the Q range, though experience has shown a bit more Q are usually required. I’ll bump top Q up to 270M.
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Old 2020-11-01, 21:19   #80
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Yes on the -a side, but of course the lss: 0 is missing...sigh. 100% my fault.

NFS@Home is recommending 262M as the top of the Q range, though experience has shown a bit more Q are usually required. I’ll bump top Q up to 270M.
Just a wild thought but can you change to -a before adding the additional WUs?
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Old 2020-11-01, 21:22   #81
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No I don’t believe so.
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Old 2020-11-06, 22:15   #82
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Taking 9m2_277.
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Old 2020-11-07, 22:50   #83
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177__039_19m1_2nd_try is in post processing.
We have suffered a bricked motherboard. We were testing a RAID 0 striped filesystem (via the motherboards fake RAID controller) so we think we have lost our work. We have a backup of the files from when we started so as soon as we can get back up and running we can redo this job. Or if that isn't prompt enough, we can mail a USB stick with the files on it to someone else to run.

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PS - No more RAID 0 for us!
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Old 2020-11-08, 01:00   #84
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We have suffered a bricked motherboard. We were testing a RAID 0 striped filesystem (via the motherboards fake RAID controller) so we think we have lost our work. We have a backup of the files from when we started so as soon as we can get back up and running we can redo this job. Or if that isn't prompt enough, we can mail a USB stick with the files on it to someone else to run.

Sorry!



PS - No more RAID 0 for us!
I’m not sure the job can be finished on a non-identical computer.

Are you hoping to replace your motherboard soon?
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Old 2020-11-08, 01:19   #85
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We move work around from computer to computer all the time and we have never had a problem. (Our backup this time is just the raw files though.)

We are currently building a new computer. We expect it to be operational within a week or so.
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We move work around from computer to computer all the time and we have never had a problem. (Our backup this time is just the raw files though.)

We are currently building a new computer. We expect it to be operational within a week or so.
In that case, just keep the job and finish it when you can. Good luck with the rebuild!
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Reserving 157__509_19m1 for postprocessing.
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Old 2020-11-19, 20:56   #88
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