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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 14:41:09 (permalink)
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Marking as helpful to remind me to pop that in my OP tomorrow when im on PC, cheers!

P.S. But if AB is around dont hesitate to do it for me :) You know what I mean

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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 14:51:49 (permalink) ☄ Helpful
May also want to note that in the v7 install it has a place checked to start v7 after the install is done, that should be unchecked before clicking finish or be sure to already have the NIC disabled before clicking finish.
That or you can pick the manual start on the 1st set of option you see in v7 install.
Then V7 can be open, but will not auto start until you manually start it.
This would give you the time needed to unplug or disable the NIC.
Then you can config as needed, enable the NIC, then manual start V7.
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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 15:12:10 (permalink)
Thanks AB :D Again going to mark this one as helpful haha
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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 15:57:37 (permalink)
Finished up the two "first" work units on the V7 client.  Now running two Beta 8057 units - estimated PPD is 310,600 PPD (on two 580 SC at 900).  Might be a bit higher, but I also have an SMP running around 10,000 PPD.  Cards are also running on the cool side (19C - which is also about the ambient temp in my office).  I like this! 



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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 18:37:00 (permalink)
Hi, so I followed your instructions, and my GPUs won't fold at all. I put in the old core in both folders, and the log tells me that:
 
02:25:36:WARNING:WU03:FS02:FahCore returned an unknown error code which probably indicates that it crashed02:25:36:WARNING:WU03:FS02:FahCore returned: UNKNOWN_ENUM (-1 = 0xffffffff)
 
I have two 570s on 306.97.

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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 18:41:09 (permalink)
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Hi, so I followed your instructions, and my GPUs won't fold at all. I put in the old core in both folders, and the log tells me that:

02:25:36:WARNING:WU03:FS02:FahCore returned an unknown error code which probably indicates that it crashed02:25:36:WARNING:WU03:FS02:FahCore returned: UNKNOWN_ENUM (-1 = 0xffffffff)

I have two 570s on 306.97.

 
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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 18:47:37 (permalink)
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Hi, so I followed your instructions, and my GPUs won't fold at all. I put in the old core in both folders, and the log tells me that:

02:25:36:WARNING:WU03:FS02:FahCore returned an unknown error code which probably indicates that it crashed02:25:36:WARNING:WU03:FS02:FahCore returned: UNKNOWN_ENUM (-1 = 0xffffffff)

I have two 570s on 306.97.

Locate the project info of the work unit its working. Its possible it picked up a 76xx WU with will not fold with core 2.22.
But normally it will auto update the core to the correct one witch is 2.25 for projects 76xx.

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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 18:51:58 (permalink)
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bookwormsy

Hi, so I followed your instructions, and my GPUs won't fold at all. I put in the old core in both folders, and the log tells me that:

02:25:36:WARNING:WU03:FS02:FahCore returned an unknown error code which probably indicates that it crashed02:25:36:WARNING:WU03:FS02:FahCore returned: UNKNOWN_ENUM (-1 = 0xffffffff)

I have two 570s on 306.97.


when you say you put them into both folders?
there is only one under Nvidia.....
Explain a little more sir

Actually there can be two folders under the Nvidia/Fermi/ folder, beta folder & core_15.fah folder.
Inside the beta folder is another folder named core_15.fah as well witch contains the FahCore_15.exe
Edit: fixed pictures so you can see the path better
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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 19:01:43 (permalink)
sorry bookwormsy...time to go to bed man


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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 19:14:38 (permalink)
I'm brand new to the FAHControl v7.. I believe I've locked myself out of the client twice, trying to setup remote control. Probably reinstall about 6 times. My current problem is one slot / work queue is locked up in "Update_Core" mode with a P7626 WU. I had replace my cores with the v2.22 version, but it doesn't appear to download the v2.25 version. I've paused the slots and manual put the v2.25 in the Non-Beta directory. Still no luck.
 
Any thoughts to a fix?
 
The logging is overly complex, but here it is.
 


*********************** Log Started 2012-11-17T17:46:55Z ***********************
23:46:13:WU03:FS00:Connecting to assign-GPU.stanford.edu:80
23:46:13:WU03:FS00:News: Welcome to Folding@Home
23:46:13:WU03:FS00:Assigned to work server 171.64.65.105
23:46:13:WU03:FS00:Requesting new work unit for slot 00: RUNNING gpu:0:"GF110 [Geforce GTX 580]" from 171.64.65.105
23:46:13:WU03:FS00:Connecting to 171.64.65.105:8080
23:46:13:WU03:FS00:Downloading 123.82KiB
23:46:14:WU03:FS00:Download complete
23:46:14:WU03:FS00:Received Unit: id:03 state:DOWNLOAD error:NO_ERROR project:7626 run:268 clone:0 gen:116 core:0x15 unit:0x000000a7664f2dd14fe61b49c0196b3e
23:46:14:WU03:FS00:Downloading project 7626 description
23:46:14:WU03:FS00:Connecting to fah-web.stanford.edu:80
23:46:15:WU03:FS00:Project 7626 description downloaded successfully
******************************** Date: 17/11/12 ********************************
23:48:24:WU03:FS00:Starting
23:48:24:WU03:FS00:Running FahCore: "C:\Program Files (x86)\FAHClient/FAHCoreWrapper.exe" C:/Users/Rusty/AppData/Roaming/FAHClient/cores/www.stanford.edu/~pande/Win32/AMD64/NVIDIA/Fermi/Core_15.fah/FahCore_15.exe -dir 03 -suffix 01 -version 702 -lifeline 4900 -checkpoint 15 -gpu 0
23:48:24:WU03:FS00:Started FahCore on PID 3044
23:48:24:WU03:FS00:Core PID:5324
23:48:24:WU03:FS00:FahCore 0x15 started
23:48:24:WARNING:WU03:FS00:FahCore returned: CORE_OUTDATED (110 = 0x6e)

***** Deleted a bunch for repeated messages *****

03:04:49:WU03:FS00:Downloading core from http://www.stanford.edu/~...IDIA/Fermi/Core_15.fah
03:04:49:WU03:FS00:Connecting to www.stanford.edu:80
03:04:49:WU03:FS00:FahCore 15: Downloading 1.88MiB
03:04:54:WU03:FS00:FahCore 15: Download complete
03:04:54:WU03:FS00:Valid core signature
03:04:54:WARNING:WU03:FS00:FahCore has not changed since last download, aborting core update
03:04:54:WU03:FS00:Starting
03:04:54:WU03:FS00:Running FahCore: "C:\Program Files (x86)\FAHClient/FAHCoreWrapper.exe" C:/Users/Rusty/AppData/Roaming/FAHClient/cores/www.stanford.edu/~pande/Win32/AMD64/NVIDIA/Fermi/Core_15.fah/FahCore_15.exe -dir 03 -suffix 01 -version 702 -lifeline 4900 -checkpoint 15 -gpu 0
03:04:54:WU03:FS00:Started FahCore on PID 2840
03:04:54:WU03:FS00:Core PID:5628
03:04:54:WU03:FS00:FahCore 0x15 started
03:04:55:WARNING:WU03:FS00:FahCore returned: CORE_OUTDATED (110 = 0x6e)
 
***** This section appears repeated about every 15 mins *****

post edited by bowlinra - 2012/11/17 19:20:06

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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 19:28:11 (permalink)
Ok, I may be a bit early on this question, but a question on the PPD.  I followed all of the instructions and have gone through two beta units (now on a third).  The first two finished up about 30 min before the EOC/Stanford stats update.  I should have had around 40,000 points, yes?  My stats only show 6300.  I have my passkey - is there anything I am missing?  I'm not going to wait around (up) for the next 2 1/2 hours to see if it's just timing - I'll check in the morning to make sure.  But, if there is anything else other than the passkey needed, I'm interested to know.



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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 19:28:54 (permalink)
Edit: @ bowlinra
Delete the problem slot & start from scratch, would be my best suggestion.
 
Edit @ bob
It will show up at the next update,
sometime it just doesn't get in quick enough to show up at the next or the stats server is backlogged.
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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 19:44:08 (permalink)
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Ok, I may be a bit early on this question, but a question on the PPD.  I followed all of the instructions and have gone through two beta units (now on a third).  The first two finished up about 30 min before the EOC/Stanford stats update.  I should have had around 40,000 points, yes?  My stats only show 6300.  I have my passkey - is there anything I am missing?  I'm not going to wait around (up) for the next 2 1/2 hours to see if it's just timing - I'll check in the morning to make sure.  But, if there is anything else other than the passkey needed, I'm interested to know.


 If you don't get the bonus points on the next update, are you qualified for the bonus at this point? I only ask because I don't know when you started folding with the passkey..
 
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Briefly summarizing our bonus formula, the bonus is applied for users who have a passkey, have successfully returned at least 10 bonus-eligible WU's, successfully return >=80% of assigned WU's, and return the WU before the Timeout (formerly Preferred Deadline). Bonus points do not apply to partial returns.
 

   
             
  
      
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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 20:23:54 (permalink)
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May also want to note that in the v7 install it has a place checked to start v7 after the install is done, that should be unchecked before clicking finish or be sure to already have the NIC disabled before clicking finish.
That or you can pick the manual start on the 1st set of option you see in v7 install.
Then V7 can be open, but will not auto start until you manually start it.
This would give you the time needed to unplug or disable the NIC.
Then you can config as needed, enable the NIC, then manual start V7.

 
You can also go to the location you chose to install the "data" folder for v7, open the config.xml and add
 
<pause-on-start v="true"/>
 
within the <config> section before you start FAHcontrol for the first time.  I leave it that way so I can initially configure slots and choose which slots to fold without any starting automatically.
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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 21:01:39 (permalink)
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TheWolf

May also want to note that in the v7 install it has a place checked to start v7 after the install is done, that should be unchecked before clicking finish or be sure to already have the NIC disabled before clicking finish.
That or you can pick the manual start on the 1st set of option you see in v7 install.
Then V7 can be open, but will not auto start until you manually start it.
This would give you the time needed to unplug or disable the NIC.
Then you can config as needed, enable the NIC, then manual start V7.


You can also go to the location you chose to install the "data" folder for v7, open the config.xml and add

<pause-on-start v="true"/>

within the <config> section before you start FAHcontrol for the first time.  I leave it that way so I can initially configure slots and choose which slots to fold without any starting automatically.

Great post, I had had heard about this from texinga, but forgot since I haven't actually use it.
If you could make a screen shot with it added to the correct spot & post it will help others understand better.
I'm sure Sleinous will gather all this info and add it to the opening post to make it much easier for all so
others will not have to search threw the thread for additional info. Cheers!

Edit: Here: I used notepad to edit it in, here is a screen shot of how it would look.
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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 22:02:19 (permalink)
When using the above <pause-on-start v="true"/> in the config.xml when opening v7 you now see a screen that looks like this:
On this screen you will now click on Configure, top left, a screen like this will appear, see image #2
#1
Here you will click the start outlined in red then save, witch bring you to image #3
#2
 
At the 3rd stage you can click Fold at the top to start all slots or pick the one you wish to start in the
Folding Slot section, by right clicking to just start one at a time. See image #4
#3
or pick the one you wish to start in the Folding Slot section, by right clicking to just start the appropriate slot.
#4
If I missed anything please let me know so I can adjust with correction or add on.
 
Edit in: a important step that can shorten your v7 load time!
Skips doing some of the steps above once you have everything set.

Opolis
When using pause-on-start in config.xml, if you check the Autostart box under Preferences -> Local Client you can skip the step of having to go to Configure and click start each time you run FAHcontrol.  The slots will still remain paused until you tell them to fold.

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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 22:18:50 (permalink)
When using pause-on-start in config.xml, if you check the Autostart box under Preferences -> Local Client you can skip the step of having to go to Configure and click start each time you run FAHcontrol.  The slots will still remain paused until you tell them to fold.
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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 22:27:07 (permalink)
Opolis

When using pause-on-start in config.xml, if you check the Autostart box under Preferences -> Local Client you can skip the step of having to go to Configure and click start each time you run FAHcontrol.  The slots will still remain paused until you tell them to fold.

Thanks for adding this, something also that was unknown to me.
Cheers!
Oh well so much for my past hours work. lol
I guess it can still be useful for something.

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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 22:30:01 (permalink)
Looks like you guys were busy today. 

     
   

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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 22:42:57 (permalink)
...says the guy with 276k in the last 24 hrs.
 
To be honest, I learned v7 pretty quick thanks to the stanford guide and my buddy wrinvert on teamspeak.  Here is another useful link for those finally giving up v6 (like myself).  It lists the command line and config differences between the two.
https://fah-web.stanford....lientDifferencesV6ToV7

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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 22:48:32 (permalink)
Yea this link was posted by texinga in another thread. That's the part we need to get fixed.
So much good info is scattered or hidden in other threads. This looks like the thread that should be use for catch all since its off to a great start.

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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 23:29:23 (permalink)
Just waking up so will add all of this useful info in in a bit, could we maybe upload those screenshots to photobucket to bypass the EVGA attachment issue?
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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/17 23:49:06 (permalink)
A big thanks to Sleinous for doing this. Got a good thing started here and I'm glad to see all the other forum members coming in to give a hand with this setup. Fold on guys!

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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/18 00:00:14 (permalink)
Sleinous

Just waking up so will add all of this useful info in in a bit, could we maybe upload those screenshots to photobucket to bypass the EVGA attachment issue?

Sorry I don't have a photobucket account plus I never liked photobucket as a host.
The host I was using seems to have going down for good, what a shame to lost
all kind of picture & just as many dead links spread everywhere on different forums to those.
Maybe someone else can host them there for you?

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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/18 00:45:39 (permalink)
Don't worry about it TW :) I'll do it now. Thanks for the screenies and help!!
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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/18 01:00:00 (permalink)
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Don't worry about it TW :) I'll do it now. Thanks for the screenies and help!!

Thanks for the blue ribbon, you didn't really have to, but it does feel good to get.
Adding a thanks button to the forum would be a great addition & would be enough for me.

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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/18 01:03:37 (permalink)
Blue Ribbons look pretty though ;) Now you have 2 BR's you have no excuse to not go out and buy a GTX 560 Ti! :P
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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/18 01:39:59 (permalink)
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Blue Ribbons look pretty though ;) Now you have 2 BR's you have no excuse to not go out and buy a GTX 560 Ti! :P

You can get a 560ti for 4 evga bucks? Were were!

I think I have about 80 saved up I could get a huge farm of 560ti's for that.


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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/18 01:52:48 (permalink)
I hear if you ask father christmas nicely he often gives them away ;)
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Re:Helping Getting You QRB-Ready - This Weekend Only! 2012/11/18 02:05:37 (permalink)
Father Christmas please consider me for one of those nice shiny 560TI's you
have in your big bag of goodies this christmas.
It would make a great addition to the EVGA folding team & the pull to take back there rightful #1 spot.
Christmas in November would be even nicer for that drive back to #1. 

EVGA Affiliate Code ZHKWRJB9D4 My HeatWare 
 
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