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  1. #1
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    Angry Timered checkpoint triggered!! :(

    Anyone know why this is happening?

    [10:57:36] Writing local files
    [10:57:36] Completed 381379 out of 2500000 steps (15)
    [10:57:37] Extra SSE boost OK.
    [11:00:38] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [11:03:40] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [11:06:42] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [11:09:44] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [11:12:46] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [11:15:29] Writing local files
    [11:15:31] Completed 400000 out of 2500000 steps (16)
    [11:18:33] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [11:21:35] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [11:24:37] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [11:27:39] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [11:30:42] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [11:33:43] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [11:36:46] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [11:39:32] Writing local files
    [11:39:34] Completed 425000 out of 2500000 steps (17)
    [11:42:37] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [11:45:39] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [11:48:41] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [11:51:43] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [11:54:45] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [11:57:47] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [12:00:49] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [12:03:31] Writing local files
    [12:03:33] Completed 450000 out of 2500000 steps (18)
    [12:06:35] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [12:09:37] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [12:12:39] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [12:15:41] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [12:18:43] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [12:21:45] Timered checkpoint triggered.
    [12:24:48] Timered checkpoint triggered.

    ive tryed getting new 'work' but still it happens, it has started the past 2 days

    Thanks
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    It looks fine to me.

    What's the problem?

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    Member SavageBasher's Avatar
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    Yep. Looks like you get a 160 pointer.

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    ya is that p859_p53dimer859 out of 10 boxes i have it on 8 of them.. this thing takes so long to do.. so long...
    6x q66oo vmware 2smp.. ps3.. core du 3.0

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    ya it's one of those big prteins that we are all getting!!!!!!!

    All of my folding boxes have them now.grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

    EDIT: grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr as in a good grrrrrrrrrrrr
    Last edited by Papsomax; 03-20-04 at 05:57 PM.

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    Member axlecrusher's Avatar
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    Is it really that bad? Yea it takes a long time to do but it is worth a lot. In relation to other protiens, how does this compare in points/speed?

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    it takes forever!!! AND it had done 50, and i thought something was wrong so i deleted the 'work' to try and 'fix' it, so i could almost be finished by now
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    have any of you gone to see what this prtein is this is a good, and i mean dam good prteins.... this is why we are doing this is it not...
    http://folding.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/allprojects#858

    i just don't realy see how why some one can be mad that they get a point dorp on this protein. maby it is just me but i am glad that we are all getting this prtein i think it is a good project.. but that is could just be me
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    I'm with you on this one gaza.

    My pc is running two of them just now and they will both be done on Monday

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    gaza

    thanks alot for the link, i liked them because they pushed up my PPD and PPW and like i posted in the other thread on this, 9 of 12 machines working on them, and i think this is one of the better projects for us to be working on (the better ppd andppw is just a great bonus )

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    Senior Member Maxvla's Avatar
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    Originally posted by gaza
    have any of you gone to see what this prtein is this is a good, and i mean dam good prteins.... this is why we are doing this is it not...
    http://folding.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/allprojects#858

    i just don't realy see how why some one can be mad that they get a point dorp on this protein. maby it is just me but i am glad that we are all getting this prtein i think it is a good project.. but that is could just be me
    i don't care what wu i get, but this huge one has really messed up my stats and its hard to track what you have running when you have such large swings in production. thats my only complaint.
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