Moving SETI@home to BOINC

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Moving SETI@home to BOINC

Post by alnielsen »

SETI@Home web site has info at this web site.

http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/boin ... _plan.html
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Post by Derek »

Time for a fresh start! Let's get ready people!
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Post by kuun »

hmm..


all my hard work for nothing >:|

but then again..

i get a chance to compete with the hardcore crunchers :P
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Post by 24seven »

Yeah that BOINC looks good, has inbuilt cache, and uses all avalible CPUs... no more messing around with 2 copys etc...and can use normal proxy's

Good Stuff
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Post by HAL6000 »

I bet this means I will have to change the stats to work with the new page again :smash:
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Post by Derek »

HAL6000 wrote:I bet this means I will have to change the stats to work with the new page again :smash:
rofl

Yeah man! Our team has the best stats page :)
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Post by kuun »

hahahahah

poor hal :P

hey.. it's for the better good. consider it a blessing.. at least you won't get bored :P
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Post by HAL6000 »

The way we will be earning credit for bonic will now be measured in cobblestones :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

http://boinc.berkeley.edu/credit.php
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Post by 24seven »

when does the project actualy move over to boinc?
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Post by kuun »

cobblestone..

gimme a break!

why can't they stay with work unit >:|
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Post by HAL6000 »

kuun wrote:cobblestone..

gimme a break!

why can't they stay with work unit >:|
"BOINC projects may have workunits of many different "sizes", so BOINC keeps track of your computer's work in terms of actual computation performed rather than number of workunits. "
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Post by kuun »

i know

but still

i liked the WU's
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Post by uallas5 »

It's very similar to the UD (United Devices) client I run for the cancer research project. Your computer is compared to their example computer for processor, RAM, Hard drive space allocated for the program, and network connection. This gives a comparison rating for that workstation (all of your workstations are separate and unique) and this is used in conjunction with units completed for your points awarded.

I've never bothered to really figure it out, but it goes with the basic premise of; the faster the computer, the more points you get.
"I Know Good From Bad and Where to Get the Refill" - Mr. Harding.
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