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Old January 22, 2012, 07:41 AM
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Default fyi 4p bigadv mc performance #s

I was posting these #s on the "cpu choices" thread, I figure it makes more sense to fork a new thread to track..

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4x AMD Opteron 6134 - 2.3 GHz Eight Core <-- Magny-Cours
1x SUPERMICRO AS-4042G-6RF barebone 4P G34 server..
8x Kingston 8gb ECC DDR3 memory (2x4gb kits) <-- 16 sticks x 4gb = 64gb ram running NUMA
Ubuntu 11.10 64-bit server, basic built, ssh, kraken wrapper

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before kraken wrapper project 9675 - tpf 1m17s - 75380 PPD
after kraken wrapper project 9675 - tpf 1m2s - 104329 PPD (+38%)

before kraken wrapper project 6904 - tpf 31m36s - 244357 PPD
UMA + after kraken wrapper project 6904 - tpf 29m30s - 270908 PPD (+11%)
NUMA + after kraken wrapper project 6904 - tpf 27m30s - 300993 PPD (+23%)

[08:39:14] Folding@home Core Shutdown: FINISHED_UNIT
[08:50:19] CoreStatus = 64 (100)
[08:50:19] Unit 2 finished with 88 percent of time to deadline remaining.
[08:50:19] Updated performance fraction: 0.928116
[08:50:19] Sending work to server
[08:50:19] Project: 6904 (Run 0, Clone 7, Gen 51)

results after this will assume to be using kraken wrapper and numa, since it yields the most ppd.. if there is any other tweaks it will be noted

project 6903 - tpf 20m08s - 293480 PPD

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Old January 22, 2012, 07:54 AM
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6904 unit sent.. 548,025 points .. around 2 days

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Old January 22, 2012, 08:27 AM
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Post your #s in here: HWC Folding@Home Project PPD Database
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6904 unit sent.. 548,025 points .. around 2 days

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I am wondering where I can find my info like this
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Old January 22, 2012, 11:41 AM
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I am wondering where I can find my info like this
It's harder for multiple client folders like myself to figure out, but if you've only got one or two clients running you should be able to see what is awarded when the WU is uploaded.

You can also increase the "verbosity" of your client... not sure which client it uses, but I'm using the beta shell for GPU & CPU clients, and the log from it reports "estimated points" when the results from an SMP WU finishes uploading.
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HFM has a column that shows the estimated credit to be awarded for the unit being folded, which may includes the SMP bonus.

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HFM is great if you have a lot of clients.. since I only have two folders (the 4p g34 and the 2p xeon) I know which one contributed the unit.. and I can look up the points awarded on the stats sites

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Wow, I cant recall if I set NUMA on or not, havent touched the bios on King Quad since I set it up in june..... something the play with when I get home. Any quick clues as to where in the bios it is?
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I should come up with some witty name for the two quads I am building..

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