1) Message boards : Number crunching : No New Work (Message 959)
Posted 20 Dec 2015 by Jeroen
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My system has been receiving ULX work today on a consistent basis. So far, no new BHSpin work has been downloaded.
2) Message boards : Number crunching : No New Work (Message 948)
Posted 18 Dec 2015 by Jeroen
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As of approximately two nights ago, my system is no longer able to receive work consistently despite work showing as available on the Server Status page. With most requests, there is the response "Universe@Home | Scheduler request completed: got 0 new tasks". Every now and again a few tasks will come through. The same system receives tasks okay from other projects.
3) Message boards : News : Two new series with new app version generated (Message 301)
Posted 3 May 2015 by Jeroen
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Btw, I have to start topic about points in project as I think that now the project give a bit to many points for work...


I think that would be fine to scale back the points a bit. I am more interested in the scientific related research and discoveries made than the quantity of points assigned per task.
4) Message boards : Number crunching : Windows - Linux performance (Message 292)
Posted 28 Apr 2015 by Jeroen
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5960x No HT 4.1 GHz

Windows: 6254 seconds, 20 samples averaged
Linux: 3393 seconds, 20 samples averaged

That is a nice performance boost for the Linux application.
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Windows - Linux performance (Message 291)
Posted 27 Apr 2015 by Jeroen
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The latest Linux application is performing quite well.

2x Intel Westmere x5690 3.6 GHz No HT - Linux - 4932 seconds averaged 20 samples

My newer Intel Haswell 5960x 4.1 GHz No HT in Windows 10 is running at 6257 seconds per task averaged. I would like to test this host with Linux for a better Windows to Linux application comparison.
6) Message boards : News : The brief summary of the scientific article (Message 265)
Posted 9 Apr 2015 by Jeroen
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Thank you for the explanation. I appreciate that you are sharing your findings for this project.