Posts by rudabega

1) Message boards : Questions and problems : BOINC freezes computer (Message 84801)
Posted 16 Feb 2018 by rudabega
Post:
mmonnin/Keith,

Just to clarify, you are saying that you had a brand new PSU (that also happened to be an EVGA unit) that when loaded it crashed your system? If this is the case, how did you determine it was the PSU? One of the options I may do is to remove the new PSU I bought about a month ago and replace it with the warranty replaced version that EVGA sent me. The model of the original PSU was noted in my previous post. I got it about a week ago. But I will not do this until I have performed most of the steps I noted below.

I did check my temps and fans using SpeedFan last night. All fans seem to be working. When I would unplug the radiator fan, the CPU temp began to increase and one of the fan readings went to 0 RPM. When I unplugged the liquid cooling pump on the processor, the CPU temp began to increase fairly quickly and the other fan reading went to 0 RPM. my liquid cooling setup is a prepackaged setup with pump and radiator together as a sealed unit. I cannot remember the exact model, but similar to a Zalman LQ315.

I then decided to start BOINC. And sure enough the CPU temp, core temp and GPU temp began to rise. The CPU temp reached 60C and paused BOINC. I did this a few times and let the temp climb a degree or two higher each time before pausing. I then let it go to see where they would top out. The CPU held steady at about 66 to 67C, the core at about 48 to 50C and the GPU at about 55 to 57C. After searching the internet for my processor and GPU, these seemed reasonable temperatures. Thus I let BOINC continue running and I continued watching. It ran for probably 45 minutes to an hour and I thought maybe I has solved the problem. But alas, I spoke too soon. At 1:31 AM, the Numlock light went out and the computer locked up. I did not get to see if BOINC would run with just the CPU, I was too tired at this point. I will try this tonight. Am I able to only have the GPU process WUs? This probably entails suspending all projects and tasks that do not use the GPU. I will try this tonight as well.

When you say voltages, to what voltages are you referring, fans, memory, something else, all of them? I am not sure how to check any specific one. Is there a program that will monitor these?
Also, will memtest only load the memory and not the CPU? I did not check this, but this would be a way to determine if the memory is the issue.

If none of this works, I will follow Keith's suggestions and remove and reset the memory modules and graphics cards. If this does not work, I will remove and reset the cold plate on the CPU. I will also inspect the MB. I try not put the nozzle into the case at all, just blow air from the perimeter to try to minimize the possibility of impacting any MB components. I know some of them can be sensitive. But I will double check as I am resetting other components. What may have sparked this issue is the installation of the new PSU. This was not an easy thing to do. Also, I have to apologize as I lied about the MB model. While I thought I had the M5A99FX Pro 2.0 in this machine, it is not in this machine, but in another machine I have. This machine has an ASUS M5A97 (V1.02 printed on the MB, so not the Rev 2.0 version). Not sure if this matters, but it has been a solid board. And this means that it is probably is about 5 years old.

In the meantime, if there are any other suggestions or recommendations, please share. I really would like to get this issues solved sooner rather than later.

Thanks,

Jason
2) Message boards : Questions and problems : BOINC freezes computer (Message 84786)
Posted 14 Feb 2018 by rudabega
Post:
Richie,

My apologies. I forgot to include the first few lines of the event log from BOINC when I first started it before it froze. I know that that log has much of the information you are looking for and I was typing my original message over the course of a couple of hours because I kept getting interrupted and I completely overlooked it. Following it is that information:

2/13/2018 2:47:23 PM | | cc_config.xml not found - using defaults
2/13/2018 2:47:23 PM | | Starting BOINC client version 7.8.3 for windows_x86_64
2/13/2018 2:47:23 PM | | log flags: file_xfer, sched_ops, task
2/13/2018 2:47:23 PM | | Libraries: libcurl/7.47.1 OpenSSL/1.0.2g zlib/1.2.8
2/13/2018 2:47:23 PM | | Data directory: C:\ProgramData\BOINC
2/13/2018 2:47:23 PM | | Running under account Jason
2/13/2018 2:47:24 PM | | OpenCL: AMD/ATI GPU 0: AMD Radeon HD 7800 Series (driver version 2442.9, device version OpenCL 1.2 AMD-APP (2442.9), 2048MB, 2048MB available, 2637 GFLOPS peak)
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | Host name: Powerglide
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | Processor: 8 AuthenticAMD AMD FX(tm)-8350 Eight-Core Processor [Family 21 Model 2 Stepping 0]
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | Processor features: fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov pat pse36 clflush mmx fxsr sse sse2 htt pni ssse3 fma cx16 sse4_1 sse4_2 popcnt aes f16c syscall nx lm avx svm sse4a osvw ibs xop skinit wdt lwp fma4 tce tbm topx page1gb rdtscp bmi1
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | OS: Microsoft Windows 10: Core x64 Edition, (10.00.16299.00)
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | Memory: 15.95 GB physical, 31.95 GB virtual
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | Disk: 110.42 GB total, 4.90 GB free
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | Local time is UTC -7 hours
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | VirtualBox version: 5.1.26
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | Amicable Numbers | URL https://sech.me/boinc/Amicable/; Computer ID 29685; resource share 50
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | Cosmology@Home | URL http://www.cosmologyathome.org/; Computer ID 345818; resource share 50
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | duchamp | URL https://sourcefinder.theskynet.org/duchamp/; Computer ID 7377; resource share 100
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | Einstein@Home | URL https://einsteinathome.org/; Computer ID 12624303; resource share 50
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | Milkyway@Home | URL https://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/; Computer ID 764641; resource share 50
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | SETI@home | URL http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/; Computer ID 8457605; resource share 50
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | General prefs: from https://www.grcpool.com/ (last modified ---)
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | Computer location: home
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | General prefs: no separate prefs for home; using your defaults
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | Reading preferences override file
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | Preferences:
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | max memory usage when active: 16330.43 MB
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | max memory usage when idle: 16330.43 MB
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | max disk usage: 8.59 GB
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | max CPUs used: 7
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | don't compute while active
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | don't use GPU while active
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | suspend work if non-BOINC CPU load exceeds 25%
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | (to change preferences, visit a project web site or select Preferences in the Manager)
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | Cosmology@Home | [error] no project URL in task state file
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | Einstein@Home | [error] no project URL in task state file
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | Einstein@Home | [error] no project URL in task state file
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | Einstein@Home | [error] no project URL in task state file
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | Amicable Numbers | Task amicable_10_20_26580_1517630401.698072_559_3 is 1.61 days overdue; you may not get credit for it. Consider aborting it.
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | Using account manager grcpool.com
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | Amicable Numbers | Aborting task amicable_10_20_26580_1517630401.698072_541_3; not started and deadline has passed
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | Amicable Numbers | Aborting task amicable_10_20_26580_1517630401.698072_560_3; not started and deadline has passed
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | Amicable Numbers | Aborting task amicable_10_20_23205_1518119702.482858_289_2; not started and deadline has passed
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | Amicable Numbers | Aborting task amicable_10_20_2267_1518147902.154508_756_0; not started and deadline has passed
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | Amicable Numbers | Aborting task amicable_10_20_2267_1518147902.154508_823_1; not started and deadline has passed
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | Amicable Numbers | Aborting task amicable_10_20_11239_1518102602.415400_14_2; not started and deadline has passed
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | Amicable Numbers | Aborting task amicable_10_20_23205_1518119702.482858_118_2; not started and deadline has passed
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | Amicable Numbers | Aborting task amicable_10_20_26580_1517630401.698072_461_4; not started and deadline has passed
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | Amicable Numbers | Aborting task amicable_10_20_2267_1518147902.154508_750_0; not started and deadline has passed
2/13/2018 2:47:25 PM | | Contacting account manager at https://www.grcpool.com/
2/13/2018 2:47:29 PM | Amicable Numbers | Sending scheduler request: To report completed tasks.
2/13/2018 2:47:29 PM | Amicable Numbers | Reporting 9 completed tasks
2/13/2018 2:47:29 PM | Amicable Numbers | Not requesting tasks: don't need (CPU: not highest priority project; AMD/ATI GPU: job cache full)
2/13/2018 2:47:31 PM | | Account manager contact succeeded
2/13/2018 2:47:31 PM | | General prefs: from https://www.grcpool.com/ (last modified ---)
2/13/2018 2:47:31 PM | | Computer location: home
2/13/2018 2:47:31 PM | | General prefs: no separate prefs for home; using your defaults
2/13/2018 2:47:31 PM | | Reading preferences override file
2/13/2018 2:47:31 PM | | Preferences:
2/13/2018 2:47:31 PM | | max memory usage when active: 16330.43 MB
2/13/2018 2:47:31 PM | | max memory usage when idle: 16330.43 MB
2/13/2018 2:47:31 PM | | max disk usage: 8.59 GB
2/13/2018 2:47:31 PM | | max CPUs used: 7
2/13/2018 2:47:31 PM | | don't compute while active
2/13/2018 2:47:31 PM | | don't use GPU while active
2/13/2018 2:47:31 PM | | suspend work if non-BOINC CPU load exceeds 25%
2/13/2018 2:47:31 PM | | (to change preferences, visit a project web site or select Preferences in the Manager)
2/13/2018 2:47:32 PM | Amicable Numbers | Scheduler request completed


In addition, this is my main desktop computer. I would say it is approximately 5 to 6 years old, but I honestly cannot remember. This a computer that I built and have upgraded components over time so not everything is original. I just replaced the power supply in January because when I went to turn it on, nothing happened. No power anywhere. EVGA replaced the PSU via the warranty (original PSU was EVGA 750 GQ, 80+ GOLD 750W, Semi Modular), but I did not want to wait the 2 to 3 weeks for the new one, so I bought a new PSU (EVGA 750W SUPERNOVA G3 MODULAR). The motherboard is an ASUS M5A99FX PRO R2.0 ATX AM3+. In searching for the MB, I discovered that I purchased it about two years ago, so the case might be 5 to 6 years old, most components are probably 3 years old or less, as I bought the MB in 2016.

Prior to about a week ago, I did not have any issues with running BOINC. After I replaced the PSU with a new one, everything turned on and was working fine. This happened around the first week of January. I was running BOINC projects without any issues (as far as I knew). The system seemed stable. The event log shows all the projects I am currently running. However, I only recently began crunching for Amicable Numbers (01/12/2018) and OLDK1 (01/27/2018). All the other projects I have been crunching for 8 or more years. However, not all may have been active on this machine. Most likely it would have been SETI and Milkyway. But I would have to go back into each project to know for sure. With regard to tasks, I am running both CPU and GPU tasks. I have the CPU set to 88% to leave some room for the GPU. Prior to the freezing issue, the resource monitor would show most cores in the 90% range or so. I read somewhere to limit the CPU usage when you are using the GPU, so as not to be throttling the GPU because all CPU cores were busy. In setting the limit to 88%, this seems to give a good response to all cores and not max out any of them.

Yes, it always makes me nervous to turn a system off and leave it off for any extended period of time. However, as I noted above, most of the components are fairly new and the PSU is brand new. And as you note, this could be the issue. And I am not ruling it out. However, I am just wondering if there are ways to narrow down potential problems. If it is a hardware issue, I am suspecting the GPU. Unfortunately, I do not have the knowledge begin to narrow down components. Or if it is even possible. It might be that I have to replace the GPU and fire up BOINC to see if it is stable. However, my main question is: If it is a hardware issure, why do I only see the problem when I start BOINC?

Regarding the heating issue, I do not think that is the problem. The CPU is liquid cooled. Heat is a big concern for me, so I regularly take the computer outside and blowout all the dust with my air compressor. I did this just before I fired it back up as well. Now, that is not to say that it isn't the issue. But I would like to think I mitigate this on a regular basis.

If I have not provided any information you were looking for, please do not hesitate to ask.

Thanks for taking the time to respond. It is greatly appreciated.

Jason
3) Message boards : Questions and problems : BOINC freezes computer (Message 84769)
Posted 13 Feb 2018 by rudabega
Post:
Good afternoon,

So I started having an issue last Friday where my computer would freeze after starting up anywhere from a few minutes to maybe an hour had passed. However, in each instance, the numlock key would turn off. This became the telltale sign that my computer had frozen. This freezing required a hard reboot as nothing would work and I let it sit many a time for an hour or longer. So as the weekend progressed I tried trouble shooting this and that.

I checked the Event Viewer and nothing really pops out. After rebooting, I would see a message labeled "Error" saying " The previous system shutdown at ??? on ??? was unexpected." Then shortly following this event, another event is listed, "Critical" saying "The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first. This error could be cause if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly." Duh! However, nothing indicated a specific problem after this.

So i continued researching what to do next. I eventually got to the point where I disabled all programs at start-up and this worked. My system seemed fine, no freezing.
After no freezing for about 3 hours, I started BOINC and within about 5 minutes the system froze. Each and every time I start BOINC, the system freezes after a few minutes. I am not sure what is going on or how to diagnose it. I cannot be sure if I upgraded to the latest version of BOINC recently. If there is a way to tell, I can check as it might have been last week, but I cannot remember. Needless to say I have had the system up and running without issue for 2+ days (since Sunday) and no issues. I just started BOINC while responding to another post about a GPU and it froze on me. Thus I have concluded it is BOINC that is doing something and causing my system to freeze.

Following is a small snapshot of my Event Viewer from right after my last reboot due to the freeze (today, 02/13/2018):

Information 2/13/2018 3:09:04 PM Kernel-General 16 None
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:04 PM Kernel-General 16 None
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:04 PM Ntfs (Microsoft-Windows-Ntfs) 98 None
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:04 PM Ntfs (Microsoft-Windows-Ntfs) 98 None
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:03 PM Kernel-Power 172 (203)
Critical 2/13/2018 3:09:03 PM Kernel-Power 41 (63)
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:03 PM FilterManager 6 None
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:03 PM FilterManager 6 None
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:03 PM FilterManager 6 None
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:03 PM FilterManager 6 None
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:03 PM Ntfs (Microsoft-Windows-Ntfs) 98 None
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:02 PM FilterManager 6 None
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:02 PM FilterManager 6 None
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:02 PM FilterManager 6 None
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:52 PM EventLog 6013 None
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:52 PM EventLog 6005 None
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:52 PM EventLog 6009 None
Error 2/13/2018 3:09:52 PM EventLog 6008 None
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:02 PM Kernel-Boot 32 (58)
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:02 PM Kernel-Boot 18 (57)
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:02 PM Kernel-Boot 25 (32)
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:02 PM Kernel-Boot 27 (33)
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:02 PM Kernel-Boot 20 (31)
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:02 PM Kernel-Boot 153 (62)
Information 2/13/2018 3:09:02 PM Kernel-General 12 (1)
Warning 2/13/2018 2:53:28 PM WHEA-Logger 19 None
Error 2/13/2018 2:52:30 PM DistributedCOM 10016 None
Error 2/13/2018 2:50:18 PM DistributedCOM 10016 None
Information 2/13/2018 1:22:50 PM Kernel-General 1 (5)


According to the "Error" at 3:09:52, the system shutdown at 2:42:32. Although, you can see two error messages and a warning after this time. The DistributedCOM messages seem to be a typical message being reported as it also occurs at other times, so I am not sure if it is related. However, the "Warning" event is new from what I can tell. Not sure if this is helpful, but the message box on the General tab reads:

A corrected hardware error has occurred.

Reported by component: Processor Core
Error Source: Corrected Machine Check
Error Type: Cache Hierarchy Error
Processor APIC ID: 0

The details view of this entry contains further information.


I was not having any issues with BOINC prior to last week. This is the reason that makes me think that I may have upgraded BOINC. This is also because, I recently had my computer off for a couple of months due to a remodel project on my house, so I was not able to use this system. More than likely, the most current BOINC version available around September 2017 was the one that was being used prior to the past couple of weeks.

Ultimately, I am at a loss as to explain the events. I am at the end of my knowledge base for computers and diagnosis and am going to require someone will more understanding. If anyone has any insight or ideas, please share. At this time, my next step is to uninstall BOINC and go back a version or two in time to see if that corrects the issue. However, I will wait for any potential ideas before I do.

Thanks,

Jason
4) Message boards : GPUs : Question on installed GPU (Message 84768)
Posted 13 Feb 2018 by rudabega
Post:
All,

Thank you for the responses, very much appreciated. I was not expecting stellar performance. Just thought it could do some good, since it just sits there most of the time doing nothing. I will keep an eye on the GPU temp as well. I missed the Seti scheduled down time, so I will have to wait until it is back up to see if it will down load any workunits for the gpu.

Thanks again,

Jason
5) Message boards : GPUs : Question on installed GPU (Message 84757)
Posted 13 Feb 2018 by rudabega
Post:
Hello,

I have an older computer that I use as my server. Most of the time it sits there doing nothing, so I thought I would let it run BOINC and do some good. However, I was sure that it would use the GPU. While an older graphics card, I thought it was compatible. In addition, it says "Requesting new tasks for NVIDIA GPU", "Scheduler request complete: got 0 new tasks" everytime it appears to communicate with the two projects I have it attached to (Einstein@Home and Milkyway@Home). So it is requesting new tasks, but not receiving any. Not sure what the issue is, but I thought I would post to see if anyone has any insights. Following is the event log and clinfo log files below as requested:

EVENT LOG:
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | cc_config.xml not found - using defaults
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | Starting BOINC client version 7.6.33 for windows_x86_64
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | log flags: file_xfer, sched_ops, task
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | Libraries: libcurl/7.47.1 OpenSSL/1.0.2g zlib/1.2.8
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | Data directory: C:\ProgramData\BOINC
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | Running under account Administrator
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | CUDA: NVIDIA GPU 0: GeForce 8600 GTS (driver version 342.01, CUDA version 6.5, compute capability 1.1, 256MB, 212MB available, 139 GFLOPS peak)
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | OpenCL: NVIDIA GPU 0: GeForce 8600 GTS (driver version 342.01, device version OpenCL 1.0 CUDA, 256MB, 212MB available, 139 GFLOPS peak)
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | Version change (7.0.28 -> 7.6.33)
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | Processor: 4 AuthenticAMD AMD FX(tm)-4100 Quad-Core Processor [Family 21 Model 1 Stepping 2]
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | Processor features: fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov pat pse36 clflush mmx fxsr sse sse2 htt pni ssse3 cx16 sse4_1 sse4_2 popcnt aes syscall nx lm avx svm sse4a osvw ibs xop skinit wdt lwp fma4 topx page1gb rdtscp
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | OS: Microsoft Windows Server 2008 "R2": Home Server 2011x64 Edition, Service Pack 1, (06.01.7601.00)
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | Memory: 7.91 GB physical, 15.82 GB virtual
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | Disk: 57.51 GB total, 17.16 GB free
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | Local time is UTC -7 hours
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | VirtualBox version: 5.0.18
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | General prefs: from http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/ (last modified 23-Jan-2007 15:49:27)
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | Host location: none
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | General prefs: using your defaults
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | Reading preferences override file
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | Preferences:
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | max memory usage when active: 8098.57MB
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | max memory usage when idle: 8098.57MB
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | max disk usage: 17.06GB
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | (to change preferences, visit a project web site or select Preferences in the Manager)
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | This computer is not attached to any projects
2/11/2018 6:14:41 PM | | Visit http://boinc.berkeley.edu for instructions
2/11/2018 6:15:05 PM | | Fetching configuration file from https://www.grcpool.com/get_project_config.php
2/11/2018 6:16:24 PM | | Contacting account manager at https://www.grcpool.com/
2/11/2018 6:16:24 PM | | Account manager contact succeeded
2/11/2018 6:16:24 PM | | General prefs: from https://www.grcpool.com/ (last modified ---)
2/11/2018 6:16:24 PM | | Host location: none
2/11/2018 6:16:24 PM | | General prefs: using your defaults
2/11/2018 6:16:24 PM | | Reading preferences override file
2/11/2018 6:16:24 PM | | Preferences:
2/11/2018 6:16:24 PM | | max memory usage when active: 8098.57MB
2/11/2018 6:16:24 PM | | max memory usage when idle: 8098.57MB
2/11/2018 6:16:24 PM | | max disk usage: 17.06GB
2/11/2018 6:16:24 PM | | (to change preferences, visit a project web site or select Preferences in the Manager)
2/11/2018 6:18:50 PM | | Fetching configuration file from https://www.grcpool.com/get_project_config.php
2/11/2018 6:18:54 PM | | Contacting account manager at https://www.grcpool.com/
2/11/2018 6:18:55 PM | | Account manager contact succeeded
2/11/2018 6:18:55 PM | | Attaching to https://einsteinathome.org/
2/11/2018 6:18:55 PM | | Attaching to https://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/
2/11/2018 6:18:55 PM | | General prefs: from https://www.grcpool.com/ (last modified ---)
2/11/2018 6:18:55 PM | | Host location: none
2/11/2018 6:18:55 PM | | General prefs: using your defaults
2/11/2018 6:18:55 PM | | Reading preferences override file
2/11/2018 6:18:55 PM | | Preferences:
2/11/2018 6:18:55 PM | | max memory usage when active: 8098.57MB
2/11/2018 6:18:55 PM | | max memory usage when idle: 8098.57MB
2/11/2018 6:18:55 PM | | max disk usage: 17.06GB
2/11/2018 6:18:55 PM | | (to change preferences, visit a project web site or select Preferences in the Manager)
2/11/2018 6:18:55 PM | | Running CPU benchmarks
2/11/2018 6:18:55 PM | | Suspending computation - CPU benchmarks in progress
2/11/2018 6:18:59 PM | https://einsteinathome.org/ | Master file download succeeded
2/11/2018 6:19:04 PM | https://einsteinathome.org/ | Sending scheduler request: Project initialization.
2/11/2018 6:19:04 PM | https://einsteinathome.org/ | Requesting new tasks for CPU and NVIDIA GPU
2/11/2018 6:19:10 PM | Einstein@Home | Scheduler request completed: got 1 new tasks
2/11/2018 6:19:10 PM | Einstein@Home | This project is using an old URL. When convenient, remove the project, then add http://einstein.phys.uwm.edu/
2/11/2018 6:19:10 PM | | General prefs: from http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/ (last modified 22-Aug-2017 17:09:19)
2/11/2018 6:19:10 PM | | Host location: none
2/11/2018 6:19:10 PM | | General prefs: using your defaults
2/11/2018 6:19:10 PM | | Reading preferences override file
2/11/2018 6:19:10 PM | | Preferences:
2/11/2018 6:19:10 PM | | max memory usage when active: 8098.57MB
2/11/2018 6:19:10 PM | | max memory usage when idle: 8098.57MB
2/11/2018 6:19:10 PM | | max disk usage: 17.15GB
2/11/2018 6:19:10 PM | | (to change preferences, visit a project web site or select Preferences in the Manager)
2/11/2018 6:19:18 PM | https://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/ | Master file download succeeded
2/11/2018 6:19:23 PM | https://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/ | Sending scheduler request: Project initialization.
2/11/2018 6:19:23 PM | https://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/ | Requesting new tasks for CPU and NVIDIA GPU
2/11/2018 6:19:26 PM | | Benchmark results:
2/11/2018 6:19:26 PM | | Number of CPUs: 4
2/11/2018 6:19:26 PM | | 2780 floating point MIPS (Whetstone) per CPU
2/11/2018 6:19:26 PM | | 8010 integer MIPS (Dhrystone) per CPU

CLINFO LOG:
Number of platforms: 1
Platform Profile: FULL_PROFILE
Platform Version: OpenCL 1.1 CUDA 6.5.51
Platform Name: NVIDIA CUDA
Platform Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation
Platform Extensions: cl_khr_byte_addressable_store cl_khr_icd cl_khr_gl_sharing cl_nv_compiler_options cl_nv_device_attribute_query cl_nv_pragma_unroll cl_nv_d3d9_sharing cl_nv_d3d10_sharing cl_khr_d3d10_sharing cl_nv_d3d11_sharing cl_nv_copy_opts


Platform Name: NVIDIA CUDA
Number of devices: 1
Device Type: CL_DEVICE_TYPE_GPU
Device ID: 4318
Max compute units: 4
Max work items dimensions: 3
Max work items[0]: 512
Max work items[1]: 512
Max work items[2]: 64
Max work group size: 512
Preferred vector width char: 1
Preferred vector width short: 1
Preferred vector width int: 1
Preferred vector width long: 1
Preferred vector width float: 1
Preferred vector width double: 0
Max clock frequency: 1450Mhz
Address bits: 14757395255531667488
Max memory allocation: 134217728
Image support: Yes
Max number of images read arguments: 128
Max number of images write arguments: 8
Max image 2D width: 4096
Max image 2D height: 16383
Max image 3D width: 2048
Max image 3D height: 2048
Max image 3D depth: 2048
Max samplers within kernel: 16
Max size of kernel argument: 4352
Alignment (bits) of base address: 2048
Minimum alignment (bytes) for any datatype: 128
Single precision floating point capability
Denorms: No
Quiet NaNs: Yes
Round to nearest even: Yes
Round to zero: Yes
Round to +ve and infinity: Yes
IEEE754-2008 fused multiply-add: Yes
Cache type: None
Cache line size: 0
Cache size: 0
Global memory size: 268435456
Constant buffer size: 65536
Max number of constant args: 9
Local memory type: Scratchpad
Local memory size: 16384
Error correction support: 0
Profiling timer resolution: 1000
Device endianess: Little
Available: Yes
Compiler available: Yes
Execution capabilities:
Execute OpenCL kernels: Yes
Execute native function: No
Queue properties:
Out-of-Order: Yes
Profiling : Yes
Platform ID: 00DF1010
Name: GeForce 8600 GTS
Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation
Driver version: 342.01
Profile: FULL_PROFILE
Version: OpenCL 1.0 CUDA
Extensions: cl_khr_byte_addressable_store cl_khr_icd cl_khr_gl_sharing cl_nv_compiler_options cl_nv_device_attribute_query cl_nv_pragma_unroll cl_nv_d3d9_sharing cl_nv_d3d10_sharing cl_khr_d3d10_sharing cl_nv_d3d11_sharing cl_nv_copy_opts cl_khr_global_int32_base_atomics cl_khr_global_int32_extended_atomics

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