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Jarndyce911 wrote:
In the nuclear world


Are you in the nuclear world Charles? Alway's nice to meet another person that glows in the dark :) Here's me...

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I used to be with it, then they changed what it was. Now what I'm with isn't it, and seems weird and strange to me - Grandpa Simpson
Jarndyce911 wrote:
Yes I am in the nuclear world! You wouldn't happen to work
for Susquehanna would you?

Are you in the fuel side or mechanical side?

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Charles


Been there once. I've been hitting the re-fuel shutdowns at Limerick since 96, that is where that picture was taken. I should be heading there within the next few days for pre-outtage work. I've also got two re-fuels at TMI under my belt, and one at Beaver Valley, but don't like to do the traveling thing much anymore, luckily Limerick is only 40 miles away :)

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mia wrote:
that would seriously reduce the taxes we all have to pay.


No it wouldn't, the boneheads would just find something else to blow it on.

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unixmuseum wrote: But the main question I want to ask: can I run Linux on it?



Sure, if you super-glue the distribution CD's to the case. The Octane runs and linux is on it :)
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I had an O2 that came to me that way. It was packed in a box, no bubble wrap, and the idiot used newspaper as the filler material. Needless to say when I got the machine the case was literally in a million pieces. I got my money back from UPS since it was insured, and I got to keep the O2 also, which I found replacement skins for. When I emailed the jerk who shipped it about the way it was packaged, I was told "well, what do you think they use to wrap and ship china (plates) in" This person had no clue.
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If only they'd put this much effort into keeping IRIX/MIPS alive, just think of the possibilities. When will the Bozo's running the company WAKE UP!

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Anyone else having trouble getting work out of the stupid scheduler? Alternatively, anyone experiencing problems with your work units being credited? I've got about 20 units awaiting to be credited dating as far back as the end of May. If this keeps up its not feasible to run the machines if their going to sit idle. I'll go back to classic until they pull the plug entirely.
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nekonoko wrote: Yep, SETI is still having problems with their servers.

http://setiweb.ssl.berkeley.edu/tech_news.php


Maybe they should switch to Origin's
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Dr. Dave wrote: Any thoughts on getting an R4k optimized SETIi binary compiled? I've been running the client on my Indigo, and it's taking longer to process work units than I think it should ( though I could be wrong... )


Are you talking Classic or BOINC?
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I have not tried running BOINC an any R4x00 hardware so I cannot comment , but I did have it running on an O2 [email protected] and can tell you its not worth the effort. Whether BOINC is optimized for R4x00 I also cannot say, but again, probably would not be worth the effort.
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...also, did you update your inventory in the prom monitor? Not sure if that has anything to do with it or not, but couldn't hurt to try.
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Cory5412 wrote: You could also work in there a desire for some sort of hobbyist IRIX licensing program, $100/year for a "subscription" to the latest version of IRIX in tarballs or on CDs? (there was another thread about this somewhere, I'll have to search for it.


Yeah, what happened to that? Any progress??
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...but if their killing off IRIX, what's the problem? It obviously works for SUN and Solaris, DEC did it with VMS and I think Ultrix, not to mention SCO granting licenses for ancient unices for hobbyists.
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I've started with the book Teach Yourself C++ in 21 days by Sams, pretty well written with lots of examples, and I also have the C/C++/C# Programmers Bible by Kris Jamsa. I started with the teach yourself book and got through the first chapter, but never finished. I guess I should try again since I'm very interested in programming.
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big_mark_h wrote: I've still got *all* of this stuff. Gues no one else is rebuilding Onyxs these days...


I'm interested, but as you said, shipping to the US is pricey. I bought an Onyx MCO board from a guy in the UK back on July 14th, cost almost $60USD to ship it International Economy 28-30 day delivery. Needless to say I'm still waiting for it.
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archaic wrote: That sucks!! I wish I would have known that you were looking. Well, if it never shows up I have the BOB-less version here kindly insulating the top of a box for me. :)


Got it yesterday, box was waiting for me on the porch when I got home from work. It is the BOB-less version :)

On a side note, are we gonna do the O2k nodeboard and memory deal, never heard back from you.
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zahal wrote: People have the power to make change.
A good boycott on m$ goods, with wide and convincing coverage would make a difference.


This will never happen as the general masses have been brainwashed by microsucks products for the past 15 years and that's all they know, thats all thats advertised.
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Wow, didn't know they made an R4600 Indigo2.
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Yeah, I could use an extra also, have three Indigo2's with the ev1 boards and only two BOBes :(
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Don't you mean Autodesk to ruin Alias??
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QuicksilverG4 wrote: Ok, I might take a loss on these but I had to keep them from going to you know who. I'll try to pick them up in the next few days. Maybe I'll get lucky and they'll have some goodies.

http://cgi.ebay.com/Lot-of-12-SGI-Octane-Graphical-Workstations_W0QQitemZ5828745631QQcategoryZ11223QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

Even if they're pretty standard, that's $29 per Octane plus whatever it costs for me to go get them.

Who wants one or parts? More info once I have them.

Tom


I may be tempted, let me know what config's you have.
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gtogl wrote: 2) The second problem is, that my client seems to post too many request too get any workunits at all. I always have entries like this:

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2006-01-15 23:00:57 [---] Insufficient work; requesting more
2006-01-15 23:00:57 [[email protected]] Requesting 69120.00 seconds of work
2006-01-15 23:00:57 [[email protected]] Sending request to scheduler: http://setiboinc.ssl.berkeley.edu/sah_cgi/cgi
2006-01-15 23:01:00 [[email protected]] Scheduler RPC to http://setiboinc.ssl.berkeley.edu/sah_cgi/cgi succeeded
2006-01-15 23:01:02 [---] Insufficient work; requesting more
2006-01-15 23:01:02 [[email protected]] Requesting 69120.00 seconds of work
2006-01-15 23:01:02 [[email protected]] Sending request to scheduler: http://setiboinc.ssl.berkeley.edu/sah_cgi/cgi
2006-01-15 23:01:06 [[email protected]] Scheduler RPC to http://setiboinc.ssl.berkeley.edu/sah_cgi/cgi succeeded
2006-01-15 23:01:06 [[email protected]] Message from server: Not sending work - last RPC too recent: 6 sec


It seems that my machine is asking for work two times in a row, which is then always answered with the "last RPC too recent: 6 sec".

I have it running for about two hours now, and while my x86-box is getting work-units without any problem, the Origin get's none.

Anybody experienced this problem before? And yes, I checked if there is a second instance of boinc running.

best regards and thanx in advance for any help

tuo


I get the above messages all the time on all my boxes, IRIX and wintel. Is any work running? As for the first message about suspending computation and network activity, I get these mesages every once in a while. I do have problems sometimes with pulling new work down from the server. Some boxes are able to download new workunits and other just defer communication. I think its a problem with Seti itself.
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Maybe we need to email this thread to the boneheads below:



Executive Team

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Robert Bishop
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer


Warren C. Pratt
Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer


Sandra M. Escher
Senior Vice President and General Counsel


Eng Lim Goh, Ph.D.
Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer


Jeffrey V. Zellmer
Chief Financial Officer


Anthony K. Robbins
President of SGI Federal and Senior Vice President of SGI North American Field Operations


Brian Samuels
Senior Vice President, Global Sales, Service & Marketing
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Dr. Dave wrote: Just hit 100k on my ongoing "Seti at Home" computation project. :) :) :)

For those that aren't following Team Nekochan on BOINC, currently we're ranked 415 of 35,661 teams. And I'm ranked 372 of 17,524 Canadian SETI hosts.

Everyone should run Seti on at least one machine, help get our team into the top 250 overall. Even my old trusty Indigo R4400 has run 1832 units since June 20th, 2005.

http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/team_dis ... mid=116297


Yeah, I'm getting there too. Only 29k more to catch you :) Pitty there's only 5 active members on team Nekochan :(
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VenomousPinecone wrote:
kshuff wrote: Pitty there's only 5 active members on team Nekochan :(


Do we have a neko boinc or [email protected] client? or should I just go grab it from the site and compile?


You can get everything you need here, precompiled:

http://setiweb.ssl.berkeley.edu/forum_thread.php?id=7660
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Way cool, thanks Joerg

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Dr. Dave wrote: Hey, looks like someone just brought another 8 x 250 MHz Origin 2000 on-line!


Don't go by the creation date, SETI keeps screwing this up and adding duplicate hosts. The O2k's been running since January.
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Dr. Dave wrote:
nekonoko wrote: I used to be active but the power bills were just getting crazy. California is probably the worst state in the US for power costs.


Ontario's not that far behind. If I ever decided to give up computers and go into 'agriculture', I bet my electricity bills wouldn't move a lot either way - heh. My worst bill from last year was over $750, though I think that was 4 months worth. I wish they'd just do monthly billing, and keep the 'suprise' factor down.

It's not even so much that the electricity itself is expensive, but by the time you stick on the 'add-ons' it basically doubles the price (or more) from market value.


Gotta love those add-ons, I call them leeches myself. All in all, my bills not too bad, running five machines, two laser printers, and a fax machine 24/7, along with the usual refrigerator, tv, lights, etc, I average between $90 and $120 a month.
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I do, when the weather is decent. See here for more info:

http://forums.nekochan.net/viewtopic.php?t=9272

Scroll down a bit for the pic

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Glock wrote: Looks like a nice event...

This is what can be seen at the fair (excerpt from their website):

Atari 2600, 5200, 7800, XL, ST, Lynx en Jaguar
Commodore plus 4, C16, C64, C128, PET en Amiga
Sinclair ZX80, ZX81 en spectrum
Philips Videopac
Sharp MZ700 en MZ800
MSX (Toshiba, Sony enz.)
BBC Microcomputer
Amstrad
New Brain
Intellivision
Vectrex
Coleco Vision
Nintendo NES, SNES, N64
Sega Master System, Megadrive/Genesis, Dreamcast
Sony Playstation 1

Hmmm... No IMSAI (but they have ZX-81 - my first love). I wonder if some copyright org will be there, to look for tape-swappers.


What, no NEC Turbo Grafix system?? I got one sitting in my bedroom closet collecting dust bunnies
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Dr. Dave wrote: Just hit 100k on my ongoing "Seti at Home" computation project. :) :) :)

http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/team_dis ... mid=116297


WoooHooo, just hit 100k myself. Only 11k more to catch you Dave :wink:
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Dr. Dave wrote: LOL - better apply some iron then :D


I'd fire both Onyx's up if it wouldn't make my electric meter spin 3 times faster than it going now :wink:
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ulenz wrote: How much time does it need to complete a workunit on Octanes or Fuels ?


Specify a processor and speed of said processor
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foetz wrote: as soon as the code is cleaned and works with 'real' compilers (i.e. not gcc-only).


Are you going to start holding your breath now?
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Its not going to sell anyway - who cares :wink:
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hamei wrote:
kshuff wrote: Its not going to sell anyway - who cares :wink:

When I saw the topic title I thought that ajerimez had a deal to buy the company :-)


You probably could for that amount of money :wink:
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thegoldbug wrote: Boinc only wants to run as root, as a user it complains there is another version running.

thegoldbug


Really? I don't have this problem, I'm runnung as a user...

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zahal wrote: Well, creditors would be the first to scavenge the wharehouses. When they're done, we'd still owe them, and they would go after OUR hardware!


Never!! I'll burry them in the back yard first :D
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I actuall lucked out. A while ago I got some misc SGI CD's off Epay and among them was a MipsPro 7.2.1 with the Entitlement sticker. I never did anything with it, but in December decided to give it a shot. I was issued a Permanent Concurrent license :)

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* A PERMANENT CONCURRENT license for MipsPro C++ Compiler has been issued.  This license will be for 1 concurrent nodes.  To install Floating licenses, follow the instructions in the "FLOATING LICENSE INSTALLATION..." section.


Whats cool about this is the Origin 2000 is a license server to all my other machines :)

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Spidy wrote: I'm still running the classic seti on my O2, but I'm wondering, are they still making use of this data, or has everything changed over to BOINC?


How can you still be running classic? Didn't they shut the servers off a month or two ago and switch everything to boinc?
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