Well that wasn’t too bad.
Hey, in my defence, I never said they will stay up…
Wow - like you can see into the FUTURE man!!!
Well that WAS quick…
Credits seem to be flying out too… maybe it worked?
October 5, 2004
UPDATED: We successfully swapped our database hardware, giving the master database access to much faster disks. Within a couple hours weeks-old queues drained completely. We’re not completley done with the swap, but all parts of the BOINC system are back up and running full blast.
Reading between the lines, it appears the transitioner has cleared its backlog, and so the validator has (a) more to go at and (b) more resources to go at it with.
Now that is some good work by borkley for a change
Bring it on Borkley, I have a stomp to finish
Servers back up, but
Ready to send 24,968
In progress 986,976
they are running out of WUs
hope the other splitters will be back soon.
Just knew it was too good to be true. Still seems that the other BOINC projects are all pretty stable so at least we’ll have some work to do
> Does that draining of the queues include the validator?
You’d think it would, but we’re finding that to be the only queue not draining. We’re looking into it now. This might just have to do with everything catching up so fast thus filling the validator queue (which is toward the end of the line).
come on big boy, 47k to the end of our race for me
61k for me
Looks like I will be in Spain for the Finale
It’s looking better
Ready to send 54,120
In progress 1,129,682
As at now:
Can’t contact a scheduler
Credits not moving
27000 units ready to send
IMHO They’ve either got a problem or they have knocked everything else off to see if the validator can cope on its own - 'cos if it can’t there’s no way it will ever keep up with all the other stuff running.
The only new problem I’ve seen on the SETI boards is units refusing to upload and being deleted - therefore 100% crunched for nothing, no science, no credit, no nothing. It may be related to this.
I would suggest nobody “harvests” units from their machines for a wee while…and if you’re really paranoid disable network access.