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  1. #1
    Member moz_21's Avatar
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    Finally got my server up and folding

    Add another 1333MHz to the folding cause.

    I've had the Tbird and the motherboard sitting around since June. Finally ordered the rest of the parts and its up!

    Fold on!
    [Win7 x64 Desktop] Asus P8P67 w/ i7 2600k @ 4.5GHz 1.37v, CM 212 EVO, 16GB Mushkin DDR3 (991996) @ 2133MHz 9-11-10-28-39 2T, Sapphire AMD Radeon 290X, OCZ Vertex3 240GB, Antec P183 gunmetal grey, SeaSonic 850W PSU
    [Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Server] Supermicro H8DME-2, 2x Opteron 2419 (6 core 1.8GHz), 20GB DDR2 ECC, 12x 1.5TB Samsung MDADM RAID6 array, wrapped in an AIC 24bay chassis
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    Excellent work, always good to have another gigahertz or two.

    -DarkArctic


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    Member NiTrO bOiE's Avatar
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    :Tim Allen's voice: More powah!
    CPU: AMD 64 3000+ DTR @ 2750
    MB:
    DFI Lanparty UT 250GB

    Memory: 2x 1GB G.Skill PC3200

    Video:
    Radeon X800XT-PE w/ Maze 4 GPU

    Hard Drives:
    36GB Raptor (Main) 160GB Hitachi (Storage)

    Optical Storage:
    44x CD, 8x DVD-RW

    Sound:
    Audigy 2 ZS
    Case & Power: Black Chieftec FT w/ Window, Antec TP 430
    Watercooled WW, Pro Core (2) 120mm Deltas, Hydor L20
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    I just had a weird thing. I have been folding on my server for 3 monthsish. I simply used the run commad with the flags and ran the text based in a window.

    Then last week I used Wedo's one-click install on it so that it would run as a service and OMG. The server became a snail. Taking 10-20X's as long to do things. I just uninstalled it and rebooted. It is back to normal again. I will wait a bit and then retry the text based in a window again.
    Erpauls -

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    Member NiTrO bOiE's Avatar
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    I think you had two clients running at the same time. The One-Click, and the command line.
    CPU: AMD 64 3000+ DTR @ 2750
    MB:
    DFI Lanparty UT 250GB

    Memory: 2x 1GB G.Skill PC3200

    Video:
    Radeon X800XT-PE w/ Maze 4 GPU

    Hard Drives:
    36GB Raptor (Main) 160GB Hitachi (Storage)

    Optical Storage:
    44x CD, 8x DVD-RW

    Sound:
    Audigy 2 ZS
    Case & Power: Black Chieftec FT w/ Window, Antec TP 430
    Watercooled WW, Pro Core (2) 120mm Deltas, Hydor L20
    Windows XP Professional x64 Edition

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    Nope I did not. I actually originally thought it wasa something with my new switch. Until I figured out that it was only the server that was dogging. I checked everything. The only thing I had done to it since it starting this behavior was switch the way I ran F@H. Sure enough I uninstalled it, rebooted and things were back to norm.
    Erpauls -

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