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Message 69292 - Posted: 29 Apr 2016, 17:59:36 UTC

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Message 69435 - Posted: 4 May 2016, 15:22:08 UTC

Andy Bowery, Climateprediction administrator wrote:
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We will be taking the project offline on Monday 9th May at 11:30am (UK time) until approximately 5:30pm (UK time). This is in order to perform a switch between the master and slave database machines. If this process completes earlier, then we will bring the project back up again as soon as it has completed. We apologies for this disruption.

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Message 69469 - Posted: 5 May 2016, 14:26:50 UTC

Seti is down.
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Message 69542 - Posted: 9 May 2016, 17:25:35 UTC - in response to Message 69435.  

Andy Bowery wrote:
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This work has now completed and the Climateprediction.net project is back online.

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Message 70099 - Posted: 11 Jun 2016, 7:29:11 UTC

Enigma@home is down
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Message 70505 - Posted: 27 Jun 2016, 16:06:21 UTC

Andy Bowery wrote:
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We will be taking the climateprediction.net project down from 10am on Thursday 30th June to Friday 1st July 5pm, this is in order to update the version of BOINC being used on the server side of the project. If this work is completed sooner, we will bring the project back up at that time. This updated version of the server code has been used on the project test site for the last few months, this work is to bring the main project up to this same version of server code.

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Message 70749 - Posted: 8 Jul 2016, 3:02:30 UTC
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Primaboinca's Feeder has been down since the past weekend, so no work is being sent and no completed WU's can be returned. There has been no communication on the message board from the admins, so no clue when it might be fixed - they likely don't even know there is a problem.
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Message 70796 - Posted: 12 Jul 2016, 9:38:50 UTC

SRBase is down due a mysql crash and I cant fix it yet.
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Message 70806 - Posted: 12 Jul 2016, 16:04:40 UTC - in response to Message 70796.  

SRBase is down due a mysql crash and I cant fix it yet.


The database was corrupt. After 10h of repairing the project is back online.
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Message 70848 - Posted: 14 Jul 2016, 16:59:21 UTC

Hi All,

The CPDN project will be taken offline on Monday 18th July at 10:45am for a few hours. This will be in order for some work to be conducted on the underlying GPFS infrastructure on which the project VMs reside. We will restore the project as soon as the work has completed.

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Message 70916 - Posted: 16 Jul 2016, 18:21:17 UTC

It took may be five years, but it's official now: ABC@Home is dead.

At this moment ABC@home is no longer active.
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Message 71007 - Posted: 25 Jul 2016, 17:04:20 UTC

Due some domain issues I have changed the address to:

http://srbase.my-firewall.org/sr5/

Please read the news. If you can still report your old WUs do it and reattach.
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Message 71113 - Posted: 31 Jul 2016, 23:19:14 UTC

Einstein@Home website down August 1st-5th

Updates i expect will be posted on twitter

From here

Olivier Beck wrote:
After a long time of development and testing we're ready to relaunch our website!

The new site will feature a new design that's much improved over the current more than 10-year-old set of pages. The current Einstein@Home website is neither visually appealing by today's standards, nor is it particularly accessible because of the current structuring of information. First time visitors and potential new volunteers can be confused and we want to avoid that of course. We want to release a fully revamped website with an entirely new modern design as well as a complete overhaul of how we present information - all with an improved user-experience in mind.

Secondly, the current Einstein@Home website maintenance has always been cumbersome. Many content changes require a change of code! That's not the best way to get scientists to add or update content, like blogging about their current work or providing additional scientific content. We needed a way to facilitate that to expand the range of information we provide to our volunteer community, increasing their insight into what's going on behind the scenes. We chose to use Drupal, a true content management system, that allows us to do just that. But there's more: it's possible to extend Drupal's functionality in a way that it can fully include the functionality of BOINC's stock webpages. Other projects separated their content/science pages from their project management/community website, effectively providing two websites for a single BOINC project. That's something we wanted to avoid. We want a fully integrated, coherent solution and Drupal allows us to do that. However, the downside of this is a relatively complex implementation which is why it took us some time to develop it with our limited resources. Now we think it's time to release it.

We know that major changes like these will never please everyone, whether it's the visual design or the modernized site structure. We tried to minimize such negative effects by running a public test phase over at albertathome.org. That test phase started two years ago where we first invited our top 100 community power-users and our moderators. After that we fully migrated our test project and invited the whole community to give it a spin. We gathered your feedback and incorporated it into the now to be released version. Please note though that the new site still isn't 100% complete. It's going to be just the beginning - we upgrade its foundation to be able to build new offerings on top of it over the next months and years.

Long story short, here's the current release plan:


July 20th: first public announcement
July 25th: release plan update / heads-up
July 29th: final heads-up
August 1st-5th: website downtime / data migration / relaunch


Please note that during the first week of August the project's website will be shut down as we need to migrate all the existing community content in a coherent way. We try to keep the project itself running such that workunit distribution shouldn't be affected.

The Einstein@Home Team
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Message 71198 - Posted: 4 Aug 2016, 19:49:22 UTC
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Seems that Milkyway is down.
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Message 71320 - Posted: 9 Aug 2016, 5:06:48 UTC

Collatz site is offline - since about 7 PM PDT
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Message 71440 - Posted: 10 Aug 2016, 17:09:42 UTC - in response to Message 71320.  

Collatz was back online around 10AM PDT yesterday -- a problem with his firewall device. He reverted to an older device -- but that seems to have the same problem 24 hours later. No access to the home page, let alone the database.
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Message 71469 - Posted: 11 Aug 2016, 16:31:46 UTC - in response to Message 71440.  

Collatz is back online -- fixed a problem with the firewall -- fix number 2 appears to work.

Seti is unreachable this morning.
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Message 71739 - Posted: 21 Aug 2016, 8:52:45 UTC

Einstein@Home is currently having network trouble. The main Website and forums are down but upload/download and task reporting is still working.
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Message 71758 - Posted: 21 Aug 2016, 17:35:33 UTC - in response to Message 71469.  

Collatz is offline again
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Message 71767 - Posted: 22 Aug 2016, 6:39:25 UTC

The Einstein@Home Website is operational again.
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