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1 minute ago, Windows7ge said:

Wait...what? What's a multibox?

4/6 way power strip, called multibox's here lol

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1 minute ago, Favebook said:

Even if I suspend all CPU tasks and let a single 0.9CPU 0.5GPU task go from 0-100% it will get stuck at 99% and it will use at most 10% of my CPU for it.

On that front, I have no idea why the Einstein tasks stick around at 99% for so long before closing. It's a mystery to me.

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Just now, Baha said:

On that front, I have no idea why the Einstein tasks stick around at 99% for so long before closing. It's a mystery to me.

They do not stick. They get STUCK. Only way to get them through is to suspend the task, let other task come to 99% and then I suspend those and resume previous. And even then, it's like lottery if they will even move.

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2 minutes ago, leadeater said:

4/6 way power strip, called multibox's here lol

Ah, ours don't have built in breakers. We rely on the home breaker box for that.

 

At least the breaker popped instead of the strip just catching fire. Basically what happened to me with that horrific 1U multibox off Amazon. Definitely wasn't built with the intention of pulling over 1000W continuously. :3

 

It got so hot the rocker switches welded themselves permanently on. Poor design for high loads.

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4 hours ago, Windows7ge said:

Ah, ours don't have built in breakers. We rely on the home breaker box for that.

Legal requirement here. Anything more than a 2 way has to have a breaker on it. Should have moved power cords around.... I didn't YOLO lol

 

Was fine all week so don't know why now was a problem, going to ignore it unless it happens again

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4 minutes ago, leadeater said:

Legal requirement here. Anything more than a 2 way has to have a breaker on it. Should have moved power cords around.... I didn't YOLO lol

 

Was fine all weak so don't know why now was a problem, going to ignore it unless it happens again

Breakers, especially cheap ones, can get soft with ageing and most breakers. when running warm, will trip a little lower.

 

I tend to run 14/3 SJ (14 gauge, three conductor Rubber (Soft) Jacketed (SJ)) extension cords I make myself with industrial grade plugs. These work well for 120V, 15A circuits we have here in North America. Much better than the crappy 18/3 extension cords with molded plugs one can buy. Though it's way over specification (1800W) for the 500-600W loads I have on them I figure there's less chance of tripping a breaker and less I^2R losses as thicker conductors=less resistance.

 

I don't want to mess with electrical currents and want to avoid at all cost burning down the house. One of these days I'll replace the extension cords with dedicated circuits home-runned back to the panel but that's a can of worms I don't want to open just yet.

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40 minutes ago, Gorgon said:

Breakers, especially cheap ones, can get soft with ageing and most breakers. when running warm, will trip a little lower

This is true, especially for conventional overcurrent protection devices. You could actually improve this lower trip level with airflow or a colder ambient room temperature. There are magnetic circuit breakers... but those are more for large currents in industrial settings etc

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2 hours ago, leadeater said:

Legal requirement here. Anything more than a 2 way has to have a breaker on it. Should have moved power cords around.... I didn't YOLO lol

 

Was fine all weak so don't know why now was a problem, going to ignore it unless it happens again

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Breakers, especially cheap ones, can get soft with ageing and most breakers. when running warm, will trip a little lower.

^ Basically what I was going to say but Gorgon explained it more coherently.

 

I don't know exactly how your breakers work over there but one of the features that trips them over here is (what I believe is called) a bi-metallic strip. As this heats up it bends tripping over-current protection.

 

If you were already near the limit any number of variables from ambient heat to age of the breaker as mentioned by Gorgon could explain why it tripped despite seeming fine for a week.

 

There are tricks you could use to get around this but I can't recommend any of them except maybe if you're working with mini-redundant PSU's put each cable on a different breaker. :old-grin:

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4 hours ago, Gorgon said:

Breakers, especially cheap ones, can get soft with ageing and most breakers. when running warm, will trip a little lower.

Yea I doubt it's that with this kind and it's rather new, it's probably been right on the edge the whole time and transient spike just tripped it. I have way more on it than I should but I don't want to or have the time just now to actually reconfigure all my power runs to the servers etc.

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Nice but also darn wasn't as much as I was expecting, should have started bunkering sooner. Will still be able to hit 11.7m though.

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Anyone else got alot of pending tasks for Einstein@Home? I've got 400 pending.

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45 minutes ago, roxasthehunter said:

Anyone else got alot of pending tasks for Einstein@Home? I've got 400 pending.

2167 here currently

 

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Where can I find information about running multiple Boinc instances? The way I have everything setup, I am bunkering both NFS and Enstein.

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Awe. We got bumped out of 5th and kicked all the way down to 7th. 😢

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5 hours ago, Windows7ge said:

Awe. We got bumped out of 5th and kicked all the way down to 7th. 😢

Yea it's fine, Jav position isn't correct to what we still get after next throw.

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The E@H GPU tasks seem to use only CPU for a while in the beginning slowly ramping up GPU usage and at the end while stating 99% also using only CPU, probably for unpacking and packing the data again so shouldn't be anything wrong with the tasks, I have had all complete and upload this far

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1 minute ago, MrFinn741 said:

The E@H GPU tasks seem to use only CPU for a while in the beginning slowly ramping up GPU usage and at the end while stating 99% also using only CPU, probably for unpacking and packing the data again so shouldn't be anything wrong with the tasks, I have had all complete and upload this far

I had it running for two days and never got one to complete.

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So someone decided to close the door to the server room...

 

Yeah, I'm sure the 5960X doesn't mind running at 93°C for an unknown period of hours... 😅

 

Miraculously all the systems kept going. Good. Can't afford to lose that SiDock progress.

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Just now, roxasthehunter said:

Just dropped my NFS bunker. 30,000 credits not bad.

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3 minutes ago, roxasthehunter said:

Just dropped my NFS bunker. 30,000 credits not bad.

I'm in the process of dumping mine currently, we shall see how much it helps. My contributions this time will mostly be to the marathon

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I'm not sure of how to double-check pending credit for NFS@Home, but I apparently have 4,717 tasks being uploaded presently.

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4 minutes ago, Baha said:

I'm not sure of how to double-check pending credit for NFS@Home, but I apparently have 4,717 tasks being uploaded presently.

Go to their website, click your account and under computing click view tasks

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NFS doesn't seem to be handing out new tasks for the moment. I've switched my machines back to SiDock for a few hours to keep them active.

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