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Fever

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P611_trpzip1_ext

It has 400 frames, takes about 1:20 per frame while I'm using the PC, and EMIII doesn't know how many points it is. :confused:

It's still using the tinker core though.
 

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Fever said:
P611_trpzip1_ext

It has 400 frames, takes about 1:20 per frame while I'm using the PC, and EMIII doesn't know how many points it is. :confused:

It's still using the tinker core though.

woohoo someone has one! do you think you can give me your proc speed and frametimes from a tidbit of the log>?

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viking84

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I just started one of these also (unfortunately not getting 1:20 per frame on my 750:( )

I'll post some of it when I get a little more on the log

:D :D
 
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Thanks for the 411, Allan. :)

Sorry NAS, I just checked my log and it's nowhere to be found. :( I remember getting 1:15-1:30 ish per frame with my XP @ 1.8GHz, but that's while I was using the PC.. So I'd guess it would be anywhere between 45 seconds to 60 seconds per frame, 100% CPU usage? :confused:

Thanks for the links FA! :) The direct link was great. ;) (That's the way I like 'em :))
 

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Re: Re: Hmmm.. What's this?

NASsoccer said:


woohoo someone has one! do you think you can give me your proc speed and frametimes from a tidbit of the log>?

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1:30 min per frame. System # 2 ----> XP [email protected] K7S5A--128 Meg PC 133--ATI Rage Fury 32--60 gig Maxtor

First entries --->
[22:01:47] Protein: p611_trpzip1_ext
[22:01:47] - Run: 0 (Clone 73, Gen 2)
[22:01:47] - Frames Completed: 0, Remaining: 400
[22:01:47] - Dynamic steps required: 5000000

Last log entries --->
[02:47:03] Finished a frame (188)
[02:48:33] Finished a frame (189)
[02:50:04] Finished a frame (190)
[02:51:35] Finished a frame (191)
[02:53:06] Finished a frame (192)
[02:54:36] Finished a frame (193)
[02:56:07] Finished a frame (194)
[02:57:38] Finished a frame (195)
[02:59:08] Finished a frame (196)
[03:00:39] Finished a frame (197)
[03:02:09] Finished a frame (198)
[03:03:39] Finished a frame (199)
[03:05:08] Finished a frame (200)
[03:06:38] Finished a frame (201)
[03:08:09] Finished a frame (202)
[03:09:40] Finished a frame (203)
[03:11:10] Finished a frame (204)
[03:12:40] Finished a frame (205)
[03:14:11] Finished a frame (206)
[03:15:41] Finished a frame (207)
[03:17:12] Finished a frame (208)
[03:18:42] Finished a frame (209)
 
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Hehe, it's all good man. :D

Nas, I just got another of these.. I'm going to get off my PC for a bit and play some GT3, then we'll see what my times are. :)
 

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Re: Re: Re: Hmmm.. What's this?


thanks for that chris, trying to gathersome times on all the proteins for a page on the team site!

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Here you go, NAS:

[03:55:32] Protein: p611_trpzip1_ext
[03:55:32] - Run: 1 (Clone 61, Gen 1)
[03:55:32] - Frames Completed: 0, Remaining: 400
[03:55:32] - Dynamic steps required: 5000000
[03:55:32]
[03:55:32] Writing local files:
[03:55:32]
[03:55:32] parameters work/wudata_02.prm
[03:55:32] - Writing "work/wudata_02.key": (overwrite) successful.
[03:55:32] - Writing "work/wudata_02.xyz": (overwrite) successful.
[03:55:32] - Writing "work/wudata_02.prm": (overwrite) successful.
[03:55:32] - Writing "work/wudata_02.key": (append) successful.
[03:55:32]
[03:55:32] PROJECT="work/wudata_02", NSTEPS=5000000, DT=2.0000, DTDUMP=25.000000, TEMP=278.00
[03:55:33] TINKER: Software Tools for Molecular Design
[03:55:33] Version 3.8 October 2000
[03:55:33] Copyright (c) Jay William Ponder 1990-2000
[03:55:33] portions Copyright (c) Michael Shirts 2001
[03:55:33] portions Copyright (c) Vijay S Pande 2001
[03:56:51] Finished a frame (1)
[03:58:08] Finished a frame (2)
[03:59:24] Finished a frame (3)
[04:00:41] Finished a frame (4)
[04:02:02] Finished a frame (5)
[04:03:20] Finished a frame (6)
[04:04:34] Finished a frame (7)
[04:05:47] Finished a frame (8)
[04:07:01] Finished a frame (9)
[04:08:15] Finished a frame (10)
[04:09:30] Finished a frame (11)
[04:10:45] Finished a frame (12)
[04:12:00] Finished a frame (13)
[04:13:15] Finished a frame (14)
[04:14:29] Finished a frame (15)
[04:15:43] Finished a frame (16)
[04:16:57] Finished a frame (17)

I was using the PC for the first 6 frames or so... [email protected] MHz.. Details in sig.
 

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Fever said:


Shouldn't I be folding the frames more than only 17 seconds faster? :confused:

thanks fever for the times too! where you running some apps during or using the comp a lot?

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Here are some times from my Celeron-T @ 1437, NAS:

[02:30:45] Protein: p611_trpzip1_ext
[02:30:45] - Run: 12 (Clone 61, Gen 0)
[02:30:45] - Frames Completed: 0, Remaining: 400
[02:30:45] - Dynamic steps required: 5000000
[02:30:45]
[02:30:45] Writing local files:
[02:30:45]
[02:30:45] parameters work/wudata_01.prm
[02:30:45] - Writing "work/wudata_01.key": (overwrite) successful.
[02:30:45] - Writing "work/wudata_01.xyz": (overwrite) successful.
[02:30:45] - Writing "work/wudata_01.prm": (overwrite) successful.
[02:30:45] - Writing "work/wudata_01.key": (append) successful.
[02:30:45]
[02:30:45] PROJECT="work/wudata_01", NSTEPS=5000000, DT=2.0000, DTDUMP=25.000000, TEMP=278.00
[02:30:46] TINKER: Software Tools for Molecular Design
[02:30:46] Version 3.8 October 2000
[02:30:46] Copyright (c) Jay William Ponder 1990-2000
[02:30:46] portions Copyright (c) Michael Shirts 2001
[02:30:46] portions Copyright (c) Vijay S Pande 2001
[02:32:40] Finished a frame (1)
[02:34:35] Finished a frame (2)
[02:36:30] Finished a frame (3)
[02:38:24] Finished a frame (4)
[02:40:17] Finished a frame (5)
[02:42:13] Finished a frame (6)
[02:44:08] Finished a frame (7)
[02:46:03] Finished a frame (8)
[02:47:58] Finished a frame (9)
[02:49:54] Finished a frame (10)
[02:51:54] Finished a frame (11)
[02:53:55] Finished a frame (12)
[02:55:56] Finished a frame (13)
[02:57:56] Finished a frame (14)
[02:59:57] Finished a frame (15)
[03:01:57] Finished a frame (16)
[03:03:59] Finished a frame (17)
[03:06:03] Finished a frame (18)
[03:08:09] Finished a frame (19)
[03:10:15] Finished a frame (20)
[03:12:21] Finished a frame (21)
[03:14:30] Finished a frame (22)
[03:16:40] Finished a frame (23)
[03:18:50] Finished a frame (24)
[03:21:02] Finished a frame (25)

As you can see, this is a typical Tinker WU in that it really kills a P3/Cel-T rig compared to an XP.:( I need more Gromacs to feed my Intels.:D

EDIT: BTW, this rig has been doing nothing but folding on this WU until I posted this.
 

NASsoccer

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muddocktor said:
Here are some times from my Celeron-T @ 1437, NAS:

As you can see, this is a typical Tinker WU in that it really kills a P3/Cel-T rig compared to an XP.:( I need more Gromacs to feed my Intels.:D


hehe mudd :) wouldn't mind some gromacs myself:) thanks for the frame times!!!

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NASsoccer said:


thanks fever for the times too! where you running some apps during or using the comp a lot?

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My pleasure, NAS! I was using it for the first 6 frames... Here are some times fior my machine running last night while I slept with only my Anti-Virus running.


[10:06:47] Finished a frame (300)
[10:07:57] Finished a frame (301)
[10:09:08] Finished a frame (302)
[10:10:19] Finished a frame (303)
[10:11:29] Finished a frame (304)
[10:12:40] Finished a frame (305)
[10:13:51] Finished a frame (306)
[10:15:01] Finished a frame (307)
[10:16:12] Finished a frame (308)
[10:17:22] Finished a frame (309)
[10:18:32] Finished a frame (310)
[10:19:43] Finished a frame (311)
[10:20:53] Finished a frame (312)
[10:22:05] Finished a frame (313)
[10:23:15] Finished a frame (314)
[10:24:26] Finished a frame (315)
[10:25:36] Finished a frame (316)
[10:26:46] Finished a frame (317)
[10:27:57] Finished a frame (318)
[10:29:08] Finished a frame (319)
[10:30:19] Finished a frame (320)
[10:31:30] Finished a frame (321)
[10:32:40] Finished a frame (322)
[10:33:52] Finished a frame (323)
[10:35:03] Finished a frame (324)
[10:36:14] Finished a frame (325)
[10:37:25] Finished a frame (326)
[10:38:35] Finished a frame (327)
[10:39:46] Finished a frame (328)
[10:40:57] Finished a frame (329)
[10:42:06] Finished a frame (330)
 

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here's my gray-haired Athlon 750 steadily chugging away on this one...

[22:49:09] Protein: p611_trpzip1_ext
[22:49:09] - Run: 6 (Clone 8, Gen 0)
[22:49:09] - Frames Completed: 6, Remaining: 394
[22:49:09] - Dynamic steps required: 4925000
[22:49:09]
[22:49:09] Writing local files:
[22:49:09]
[22:49:09] parameters work/wudata_06.prm
[22:49:09] - Writing "work/wudata_06.key": (overwrite) successful.
[22:49:10] - Writing "work/wudata_06.xyz": (overwrite) successful.
[22:49:10] - Writing "work/wudata_06.prm": (overwrite) successful.
[22:49:12] - Writing "work/wudata_06.key": (append) successful.
[22:49:12]
[22:49:12] PROJECT="work/wudata_06", NSTEPS=4925000, DT=2.0000, DTDUMP=25.000000, TEMP=278.00
[22:49:13] TINKER: Software Tools for Molecular Design
[22:49:13] Version 3.8 October 2000
[22:49:13] Copyright (c) Jay William Ponder 1990-2000
[22:49:13] portions Copyright (c) Michael Shirts 2001
[22:49:13] portions Copyright (c) Vijay S Pande 2001
[22:54:49] Finished a frame (7)
[23:02:11] Finished a frame (8)
[23:07:46] Finished a frame (9)
[23:12:50] Finished a frame (10)
[23:17:53] Finished a frame (11)
[23:22:55] Finished a frame (12)
[23:28:05] Finished a frame (13)
[23:33:18] Finished a frame (14)
[23:38:29] Finished a frame (15)
[23:43:40] Finished a frame (16)
[23:48:48] Finished a frame (17)
[23:53:46] Finished a frame (18)
[23:58:46] Finished a frame (19)
[00:03:45] Finished a frame (20)
[00:08:41] Finished a frame (21)
[00:13:37] Finished a frame (22)
[00:18:39] Finished a frame (23)

**Edited for brief nudity and some language**

[16:11:00] Finished a frame (190)
[16:17:09] Finished a frame (191)
[16:23:20] Finished a frame (192)
[16:29:32] Finished a frame (193)
[16:35:43] Finished a frame (194)
[16:41:52] Finished a frame (195)
[16:48:09] Finished a frame (196)
[16:54:45] Finished a frame (197)
[17:01:04] Finished a frame (198)
[17:07:51] Finished a frame (199)

Glad I get several days for this one....six minutes a frame, 201 frames to go, by this time tomorrow I should be done lol
 

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viking84 said:
here's my gray-haired Athlon 750 steadily chugging away on this one...
successful.

**Edited for brief nudity and some language**

that is funny :D

thanks for the frame times, trying to put these to good use for the team page!!

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P611_trpzip1_ext

Thanks for asking I was wondering the same thing :D
[November 13 20:29:29] Working on Unit 01
+ Working ...
[20:29:30] [email protected] Client Core Version 2.47 (June 14, 2002)
[20:29:30]
[20:29:30] Proj: work/wudata_01
[20:29:30] nsteps: 5000000 dt: 2.000000 dt_dump: 250.000000 temperature: 278.000000
[20:29:30] xyzfile:
[20:29:30] " 167 p611_trpzip1_ext
[20:29:30] 1 N 2.336778 15.277213 13.107531 20 ..."
[20:29:30] keyfile:
[20:29:30] "parameters ./opls.prm
[20:29:30] NOVERSION
[20:29:30] ARCHIVE
[20:29:30]
[20:29:30] cutoff 16.0
[20:29:30] taper 12.0
[20:29:30]
[20:29:30] ..."
[20:29:30]
[20:29:30] Hashes matched on file work/wudata_01.dyn
[20:29:32] ARC file integrity verified
[20:29:32] Restarting from checkpointed files.
[20:29:32]
[20:29:32] Protein: p611_trpzip1_ext
[20:29:32] - Run: 4 (Clone 77, Gen 2)
[20:29:32] - Frames Completed: 236, Remaining: 164
[20:29:32] - Dynamic steps required: 2050000
[20:29:32]
[20:29:32] Writing local files:
[20:29:32]
[20:29:32] parameters work/wudata_01.prm
[20:29:32] - Writing "work/wudata_01.key": (overwrite) successful.
[20:29:32] - Writing "work/wudata_01.xyz": (overwrite) successful.
[20:29:32] - Writing "work/wudata_01.prm": (overwrite) successful.
[20:29:32] - Writing "work/wudata_01.key": (append) successful.
[20:29:32]
[20:29:32] PROJECT="work/wudata_01", NSTEPS=2050000, DT=2.0000, DTDUMP=25.000000, TEMP=278.00
[20:29:33] TINKER: Software Tools for Molecular Design
[20:29:33] Version 3.8 October 2000
[20:29:33] Copyright (c) Jay William Ponder 1990-2000
[20:29:33] portions Copyright (c) Michael Shirts 2001
[20:29:33] portions Copyright (c) Vijay S Pande 2001
[20:30:45] Finished a frame (237)
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[23:52:51] Finished a frame (398)
[23:54:06] Finished a frame (399)
[23:55:21] Finished a frame (400)
[23:55:21] TINKER is Exiting following Normal Termination
[23:55:21]
[23:55:21] Finished Work Unit:
[23:55:21] ARC file integrity verified
[23:55:21] logfile size: 20480
[23:55:21] Leaving Run
[23:55:22] - Writing 469944 bytes of core data to disk.
[23:55:23] end (WriteWorkResults)
[23:55:23] - Shutting down core
[23:55:23]
[23:55:23] [email protected] Core Shutdown: FINISHED_UNIT
CoreStatus = 64 (100)
Sending work to server

I was getting use to all the 185's then WAM :eek: I get this one on both of my rigs LOL

FOLD ON!!
DpGravy!!
 

chrismacan

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Fever said:


Shouldn't I be folding the frames more than only 17 seconds faster? :confused:

If you calculate the differential in the speeds of our respective processors, and then calculate the differential in frame times, I think you will get the same result that I did.

They are about right. 71/90 = .79 1543/1810 = .85

That rigs times were when it was doing nothing. Not even anti-virus, it is behind redundant firewalls and ONLY ever plays movies and music for my home. Occasionally rips a divx or mp3 but when it was doing those times, just a dedicated folder.

Maybe the OS makes a little difference. I am running WIN2KPRO on all my rigs...