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Mar 23, 2004, 04:52 AM
 
Yeah, yeah, another one.
I recently did some farm upgrades, and I'm sure others have too.
So, whatcha got?

My farm:

XP 2500 @ 2200MHz
XP 2500 @ 2040MHz
XP 2500 @ 1833MHz
4X XP 2400 @ 2000MHz
5X XP 2200 @ 1800MHz
XP 2100 @ 1733MHz
XP 2000 @ 1666MHz
Tbird 1.2 @ 1267MHz <<< won't be around for long
P3 600 @ 600MHz
G4 800
G4 500
G3 400

Other then a few minor changes, and some overclocking, the above is my farm until mid July (assuming current plans don't change). So now you know what it takes to pass me. Of course, after July...
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Pentium 4 2.66 GHz -- D20L
Dual Pentium 3 800 MHz -- [email protected]
G4 400 -- [email protected]
G4 350 -- [email protected]
233 MHz iMac -- SETI
     
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Mar 23, 2004, 04:20 PM
 
Originally posted by Scotttheking:
Yeah, yeah, another one.
I recently did some farm upgrades, and I'm sure others have too.
So, whatcha got?

My farm:

XP 2500 @ 2200MHz
XP 2500 @ 2040MHz
XP 2500 @ 1833MHz
4X XP 2400 @ 2000MHz
5X XP 2200 @ 1800MHz
XP 2100 @ 1733MHz
XP 2000 @ 1666MHz
Tbird 1.2 @ 1267MHz <<< won't be around for long
P3 600 @ 600MHz
G4 800
G4 500
G3 400

Other then a few minor changes, and some overclocking, the above is my farm until mid July (assuming current plans don't change). So now you know what it takes to pass me. Of course, after July...
I was gonna ask you where all of that power was hiding out, then I looked in dFold! WOW! I had better transfer some power over or I will be overrun in short order!!! Nothinh like a little sandbagging, huh?
     
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Mar 23, 2004, 04:20 PM
 
oops! a double click on the submit button and you DO get two postings!
     
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Mar 23, 2004, 11:33 PM
 
Well I recently sold my PowerMac 800 and Celeron 1300, but what is left is:

iBook 600
Athlon 1900+
Athlon 2400+
Pentium P4 3.0 ghz
Athlon 2500+ @ 2054mhz

The 2500+ is an upgraded 1900 box that almost makes up for the two I no longer have.

Now I can save up for that G5.....
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Mar 24, 2004, 02:52 AM
 
Originally posted by OneMacGuy:
I was gonna ask you where all of that power was hiding out, then I looked in dFold! WOW! I had better transfer some power over or I will be overrun in short order!!! Nothinh like a little sandbagging, huh?
I picked up a 2600 today, it's going to replace a 2200, which is going to replace the 2000, which is going to replace the tbird 1.2.
Hopefully this weekend.
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Mar 24, 2004, 04:37 PM
 
just the small one of a trusty 800 iBook G3
and of course dual 2 G5
sped me up a bit hopin to see the top 20 in a few weeks then it will be REALLY slow and painfull creep up enless i can get one or two more comps goin for me

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Mar 24, 2004, 04:53 PM
 
Macs
Dual 1.25 G4
1.2 G4
350 MHz G3
200 MHz 604E
200 MHz 604e

PCs picked up for free
Cyrix 300 MHz
AMD 233 MHz if I ever get that installer to work...
AMD 166

Other
P4 2.8 GHz
PIII/700 runnning once in a while
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Mar 24, 2004, 07:31 PM
 
Farm:
More stuff than before.
     
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Mar 25, 2004, 01:12 AM
 
Current Farm:

1.25 GHz G4
466 MHz G4
1 GHz Athlon Thunderbird

All running RC5-72

Coming Soon:

266 MHz PII (yeah I know, kinda slow :-) )
     
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Mar 25, 2004, 12:45 PM
 
Home:
XP2500 @ 2200Ghz dnetc
Beige G3 @ 466Mhz seti

Work:
P4 1.6Ghz dnetc
XP2400 dnetc
Duron 1.3Ghz dnetc
Duron 1.6Ghz dnetc
Duron 1.6Ghz dnetc
P3 500Mhz dnetc

Coming soon:
Duron 1.2Ghz dnetc
iMac G5 dnetc/seti

Now once I get a house and figure out a more efficient wind/solar powering system, then I plan on expanding at about 1 system a month... That is if the wife lets me!!!!
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Mar 25, 2004, 06:45 PM
 
Still pluggin' away at SETI:

2x 1.0 gig G4 Quicksilver
1.25 G4 Sawtooth (w. upgrade card)
450 MZ G4 Cube
800 MZ iMac
1.25 GZ Powerbook.

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Mar 28, 2004, 02:00 AM
 
All on fah:

G5 @ 2x2
Powerbook @ 667
Pentium-M @ 1.7 (T41p, off-line most of the time)
DIY P4 @ 2.6
DIY P4 @ 2.4
Duh-hell 0ptiperplex @ 2.6 x 10

I have a few hundred peecees available for installs...
But, alas, little time...
     
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Mar 29, 2004, 04:26 AM
 
933MHz G4 - RC5-72.

If I could get my S900/200 604e running, it would be doing RC5 as well.

I'd enlist my LC III, IIsi, Centris 650 and SE FDHD but they are not worth the electricity they would consume running RC5 24/7. And my 8600's onboard video just crapped out, so...
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Mar 31, 2004, 05:32 PM
 
Power Mac G4 (Quicksilver) Dual 800

PowerBook G4 (Titanium) 1 GHz

PowerBook G4 (Aluminum) 1.33 GHz

iMac DV SE G3 (Graphite) 400 MHz

Coming Soon:

PowerBook G5 (17-inch) GHz Unknown

Power Mac G4 (Sawtooth) 400 MHz - That one is a maybe, IF my boss get's a new server?

ALL computers have maxed-out memory and run [email protected] most the time, unless the team needs help in either dFold or D2OL. (Dislike SETI, and RC5 is ok)
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Apr 10, 2004, 01:39 PM
 
G5 Dual 2.0 (devoted 24/7 to SETI)

G4 400 (Sawtooth)

G3 iMac (DVD slot)

and they're all cranking away for Team MacNN!

I may add another G5, if and when they're upgraded to 3.0ghz. And if I have the $ that is.

The G5 is tweaked with regards to OS X: I removed a few unused protocols from the system and gained ~100mb more free ram + now have fewer threads running. This sucker is cranking out 5.56 units a day.
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Apr 10, 2004, 02:21 PM
 
Originally posted by OneMacGuy:
oops! a double click on the submit button and you DO get two postings!
You do?
     
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Apr 10, 2004, 08:33 PM
 
Not so much a farm as an unkempt garden...

11 CPU's in 8 boxen.

1 - Sun SparcServer 20 running dual 150Mhz HyperSparcs
1 - G3 Blue & White - 500 Mhz
1 - G4 Digital Audio - dual 533Mhz
1 - TiBook - 550Mhz
1 - G4 Quicksilver - dual 1Ghz
1 - G3 Clone - 500Mhz
2 - P4 Wintels - 1.8Ghz

All Seti, All the time.
Well, at least whenever we don't need them to actually get some work done.
     
chris v
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Apr 12, 2004, 01:30 PM
 
Originally posted by osiris:


The G5 is tweaked with regards to OS X: I removed a few unused protocols from the system and gained ~100mb more free ram + now have fewer threads running. This sucker is cranking out 5.56 units a day.
Hmmm.... should be doing better than that... Are you running 2 CLI versions? Seti's not multi-processor aware. I'd heard people were getting 2-2.5 hrs per w/u per processor. You should be getting 10 or 12 a day out of that box, at least. I get 6 a day (+/-) running two versions of the CLI client on my dual gig G4.

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Apr 13, 2004, 06:22 PM
 
Originally posted by chris v:
Hmmm.... should be doing better than that... Are you running 2 CLI versions? Seti's not multi-processor aware. I'd heard people were getting 2-2.5 hrs per w/u per processor. You should be getting 10 or 12 a day out of that box, at least. I get 6 a day (+/-) running two versions of the CLI client on my dual gig G4.

CV
Thanks for the tip - I forgot about the CLI client. It's on the list for tomorrow.

EDIT: Couldn't wait, all systems up. I can't wait to see the results!
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Thilo Ettelt
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Apr 14, 2004, 09:14 AM
 
My "farm":

- iBook, 300 MHz G3
- iMac, 700 MHz G4
- PowerMac (Sawtooth), Dual 1.3 GHz G4
- PeeCee, 1 GHz Duron or whatever the low cost AMD processor was called

Maybe available later today:
- 12" Powerbook, 867 MHz G4


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Apr 14, 2004, 12:59 PM
 
Originally posted by osiris:
Thanks for the tip - I forgot about the CLI client. It's on the list for tomorrow.

EDIT: Couldn't wait, all systems up. I can't wait to see the results!
Put a separate version of the client in a separate folder, so you've got something like this:

/Applications/Seti/setiathome
/Applications/Seti2/setiathome

Then run them both with SetiDockling.

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Apr 14, 2004, 04:10 PM
 
Originally posted by chris v:
Put a separate version of the client in a separate folder, so you've got something like this:

/Applications/Seti/setiathome
/Applications/Seti2/setiathome

Then run them both with SetiDockling.

CV
Will try. I already noticed that my daily rate is up to 6.5 units from 5.56 and it's been less than 24hrs since the switch. (And I've been using the G5 for actual work today.)
Thanx!
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Apr 14, 2004, 06:14 PM
 
Originally posted by osiris:
Will try. I already noticed that my daily rate is up to 6.5 units from 5.56 and it's been less than 24hrs since the switch. (And I've been using the G5 for actual work today.)
Thanx!
Running two clients at once will essentially double your output, since each client only uses one CPU. Watch your CPU monitor with one client, then two clients running.

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Apr 15, 2004, 03:26 PM
 
Originally posted by chris v:
Running two clients at once will essentially double your output, since each client only uses one CPU. Watch your CPU monitor with one client, then two clients running.

CV
This is interesting - one SETI client uses 35-45%, while the other uses 140%.

When only one client is running, the load is about 50-95%.
Any idea where the 140% is coming from, if SETI is not MP aware/capable?
No big deal, just curious.

So far, total output is 11 units per day.
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Apr 15, 2004, 11:03 PM
 
Originally posted by osiris:
This is interesting - one SETI client uses 35-45%, while the other uses 140%.

When only one client is running, the load is about 50-95%.
Any idea where the 140% is coming from, if SETI is not MP aware/capable?
No big deal, just curious.

So far, total output is 11 units per day.
Weird? When I run top, it shows two clients, each with about 90-95% CPU. Maybe the motherboard/controller set-up is different enough on the G5's that the OS automatically distributes the work differently? I really have no clue.

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Apr 16, 2004, 03:25 PM
 
Originally posted by chris v:
Weird? When I run top, it shows two clients, each with about 90-95% CPU. Maybe the motherboard/controller set-up is different enough on the G5's that the OS automatically distributes the work differently? I really have no clue.

Cv
It is odd.
Anyhow, now my G5 is #1 in cpu power for Team MacNN, #25 in daily rate. Woo hoo!Thanks for your help chris v.
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Apr 17, 2004, 10:41 AM
 
My 'farm' (small garden?) is now:

Dual 1.8 G5,
Dual 450 G4,

From next week my 2800+ Athlon box again.
     
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Apr 19, 2004, 06:18 PM
 
I just added a Dell P4 2.66 today. I found it new on E-bay for a price too good to pass up. The Dell joins:
G5/1.6
G4 iMac 800

I just now installed and started the client, so the new box should start to show up soon.

(I feel dirty.)
     
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Apr 19, 2004, 06:20 PM
 
Originally posted by jclarkv:
(I feel dirty.)
As long as it's being used for Good...
     
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Originally posted by Turias:
As long as it's being used for Good...

Nothing dirty about that - most of my clients run on Dell P4s. What could be better than enslaving a Dell and letting an Apple team take the credit for all it's hard work?
     
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May 4, 2004, 01:59 AM
 
Originally posted by PowerMacMan:
933MHz G4 - RC5-72.

UPDATE: Got my G4 a Dual 1.25 upgrade and am running it at 1.4GHz. I've gone from less than 200 packets per day to around 550.

Kinky.
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May 27, 2004, 12:25 AM
 
mine:

350Mhz G3 iMac (SETI)

Soon to be a 500MHz Pismo

Mother's:
350Mhz G3 iMac (SETI)
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MacBook 2.2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
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May 27, 2004, 12:38 AM
 
2.35ghz Athlon XP (mobile barton w/ extreme air cooling) - [email protected]
1.9ghz Athlon XP (retail barton w/ stock air cooling) - [email protected]

The 1.9 barton is in a hacked up AT form factor case. It's something else.

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May 27, 2004, 01:27 PM
 
I have three CPUs crunching for team MacNN [email protected]:

733 mhz Quicksilver
1.25 ghz 15" Aluminum
600 mhz Pentium III

I manage a few Mac OS X servers doing LDAP authentication and home directory serving as well, so I could potentially install some stuff on them if they don't affect the load too much. Anyone in a similar situation? Could I just nice them down to 0 or something so that they are not greedy at all with the folding CPU time?
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Originally posted by [APi]TheMan:

I manage a few Mac OS X servers doing LDAP authentication and home directory serving as well, so I could potentially install some stuff on them if they don't affect the load too much. Anyone in a similar situation? Could I just nice them down to 0 or something so that they are not greedy at all with the folding CPU time?
I run it on a couple web servers no problems, but I run it at nice 19 (the lowest priority).
     
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May 28, 2004, 03:57 AM
 
Originally posted by The Raven:
I run it on a couple web servers no problems, but I run it at nice 19 (the lowest priority).
I just tested logging a few clients into the machine via OpenLDAP (where their home directories are stored on the server) and using the machine itself for administration purposes. I didn't notice any slowdowns, so it looks like fah isn't being too greedy. Good.

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Jun 2, 2004, 10:10 AM
 
eMac 1.0 GHz
iMac Bondi 233 MHz
Dell Optiplex 2.4 GHz P4
2 Gateway 450 MHz P3

Slowly replacing old wintel with new macs.

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Originally posted by siliconman:
eMac 1.0 GHz
iMac Bondi 233 MHz
Dell Optiplex 2.4 GHz P4
2 Gateway 450 MHz P3

Slowly replacing old wintel with new macs.
Farms are fun! I just got a new PC workstation here at work. The old PC was a PIII 500mhz with 384 RAM, this new one is a new Dell 2.6 Ghz Celeron with 512 RAM. There are some trickles happening here in our department and my supervisor is getting a dualie G5 soon, so his Mirrored Drive Door 1ghz will go to me and replace this 733 Quicksilver. If I can't shake these Tinkers I'll sure give them a run for their money...
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Almost all of the farm is going to go bye bye
But you all can buy it!!! Watch for a for sale thread, coming soon to a forum near you!
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Dual 1.25 MDD
Cube 500
PB 1.25
iBook 900 (G3)

and soon another Cube 450 probably to go 1.2Ghz...
     
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Jul 11, 2004, 02:53 AM
 
Okay here is an update:

My Powerhouse iBook 600 - takes a lickin and just keeps on tickin
Pentium 4 - 3.0 ghz (prescott core)
Athlon 3000 - Replaced an older Celeron
Athlon 2500 - newly restored to service after mobo replacement
Athlon 2400 - Been with me a while
Athlon 1900 - Now my oldest cruncher

And in my dreams only right now... Dual 2.5 ghz G5.
     
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My current farm running [email protected] (BOINC no thanks):

1.0 Ghz MDD G4 with 512 RAM
1.25 Ghz 15" Powerbook with 512 RAM
2.0 Ghz G5 Xserve with 512 RAM
2.0 Ghz G5 Xserve with 512 RAM
iMac 733 G4 with 256 RAM
2.6 Ghz Dell Celeron with 256 RAM

I fold 24/7, baby. Pictures of my Team MacNN tattoo to come soon. (haha )
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I guess I should update my farm:

Home:
Beige G3 @ 466Mhz
PowerBook G4 @ 1.5Ghz
PC @ 2.2Ghz amd

Work:
1.6Ghz P4
1.8Ghz Duron
1.6Ghz Duron
1.8Ghz XP
1.4Ghz Duron
450Mhz P3

Coming soon:
1.4Ghz Duron
     
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Jul 16, 2004, 11:38 PM
 
Originally posted by PowerMacMan:
UPDATE: Got my G4 a Dual 1.25 upgrade and am running it at 1.4GHz. I've gone from less than 200 packets per day to around 550.

Kinky.
UPDATE II: Threw together a 2.1GHz/333MHz FSB/2600+ Athlon XP with 512MBs of RAM and I've gone back to [email protected]

The G4, at 1.4GHz, is doing WUs is a smidgen under 6 hours per processor. The Athlon XP is doing them in under 4 hours.
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