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  • Rob A.
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so will be enough 1 wallet on ryzen and all others my machines enough install only boinc and add to group?   :o

Yes, exactly.  You can have 1000 PCs mining against one cpid, and 10 tablets and 5 phones on the same cpid. You can still drill into the devices from the BoincStats and the Team info, so you lose no visibility on RAC per device. 

BBP calculates the Magnitude from the CPID total RAC per day.


  • znffal
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HOLY HEAVEN
so will be enough 1 wallet on ryzen and all other my machines enough to install only boinc and add to group?   :o

Yes, 1 wallet on Ryzen.

On other machines just do

1) sudo apt-get install boinc-client

2) boinccmd --project_attach https://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/ ACCOUNT_KEY


Then all machines are on same Rosetta account (same CPID) and you get all payments to 1 BBP wallet on your Ryzen


  • T-Mike
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HOLY HEAVEN
so will be enough 1 wallet on ryzen and all other my machines enough to install only boinc and add to group?   :o

You can add many Rosetta accounts to the same wallet. On the bottom it will show all the CPIDs once you restart the GUI.


  • Rob A.
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You can add many Rosetta accounts to the same wallet. On the bottom it will show all the CPIDs once you restart the GUI.

But we recommend one cpid, the only way you have multiple CPIDs is if you create multiple rosetta accounts.
I just have two because im testing two cpids.

99.9% of the users should have one cpid per wallet and multiple machines crunching.


  • rastiks
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Some more info about Rosetta on ARM platform. I was able to run Rosetta@Home on my Samsung Android tablet (ARMv7) with the app from the Google Play Store!
But it seems that Rosetta@Home does not support ARM on Linux (e.g. Rapsberry running Ubuntu Linux), only Android.
Some other Boinc projects do support that, e.g. Einstein@Home.

Logs from the same ARM Linux machine:


11-Feb-2018 20:20:15 [Rosetta@home] Scheduler request completed: got 0 new tasks
11-Feb-2018 20:20:15 [Rosetta@home] This project doesn't support computers of type arm-unknown-linux-gnueabihf


11-Feb-2018 20:38:41 [Einstein@Home] Scheduler request completed: got 7 new tasks
11-Feb-2018 20:38:34 [Einstein@Home] Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
11-Feb-2018 20:38:34 [Einstein@Home] Requesting new tasks for CPU
11-Feb-2018 20:38:45 [Einstein@Home] Computation for task p2030.20161119.G201.74-00.63.S.b2s0g0.00000_2499_0 finished


This list of projects shows what platforms are supported by what projects, ad it seems that ARM+Linux is not supported by Rosetta:
https://boinc.berkeley.edu/projects.php

Do we have some contact on Rosetta@Home devs/admins? If they support ARM on Android, I do not see a reason for not supporting ARM on Linux, it must be just a server setting...


  • klondike
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WOHOOOOOOO .... PEEEEEEEERFECT!!!!

im curious what will be with our botnet..... may be botnet will be best for us .. hehehe


1. ryzen working on virtual box: when i set genproclimit=1 my CPU laterz overload to 100%= may be ROSETTA
2. can i to use on Windows boinc-manager for virtual? i want to reduce loading my CPU or i have to set in boinc-client any command?


thanks
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  • Rob A.
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WOHOOOOOOO .... PEEEEEEEERFECT!!!!

im curious what will be with our botnet..... may be botnet will be best for us .. hehehe


1. ryzen working on virtual box: when i set genproclimit=1 my CPU laterz overload to 100%= may be ROSETTA
2. can i to use on Windows boinc-manager for virtual? i want to reduce loading my CPU or i have to set in boinc-client any command?


thanks


It has to be Rosetta, as BBP probably uses about 20% with 1 proc set.  We can add a default to bbp to sleep for 1ms per biblehash when we deploy this, unless user sets fullbore=true in the config, that will allow 99% cpu usage in the future for rosetta.

Anyway you will have to google how to control Boincs configurations.  I recommend installing"boinc manager" from the wiki on post #1, then you can click the menu option to tailor the preferences.

It runs on linux and windows.



  • klondike
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my RAC and magnitude is still 0  ???
its working very weird :
what is minirosetta ? i see it in processes

rosetta using only physical core? whats with logical?

edit:// now using all logical cores...it needs any time
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  • Rob A.
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my RAC and magnitude is still 0  ???
its working very weird :
what is minirosetta ? i see it in processes

rosetta using only physical core? whats with logical?

edit:// now using all logical cores...it needs any time
What is your CPID?


  • T-Mike
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Not sure what happened, half of the vms had some sort of problem this morning, vncserver not working, biblepay-qt closed. Just restarted them all again. I wonder if it's because I'm using 0.6GB VMs with shared vcpus.


  • klondike
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What is your CPID?

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  • Rob A.
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dde30f3ef57ed2df69ecbc687db75e46

Your doing something wrong; your not in the magnitude file, your not in the filtered file, your not even in the boinc global stats anywhere:
http://boinc.netsoft-online.com/e107_plugins/boinc/get_user.php?cpid=6785ded1f65063ef8f01f42deb31cf1d

(Change your friend from Slovakia CPID to your CPID in the above query)

Please work with Mike-T to get your system working.




  • Rob A.
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Not sure what happened, half of the vms had some sort of problem this morning, vncserver not working, biblepay-qt closed. Just restarted them all again. I wonder if it's because I'm using 0.6GB VMs with shared vcpus.

Im not seeing that problem on my end, my hosts are all still running, but I am seeing my dev testnet node went out of sync.  Let me do some testing on this end regarding that now.

On your side though I think you might have maxxed out resources with too much boinc.



  • T-Mike
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dde30f3ef57ed2df69ecbc687db75e46

Did you get it working?


  • Rob A.
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Did you get it working?

One helpful hint I want to share with you all:  After you associate a CPID and while you still have 0 magnitude, If you can get the newbie to relay to you the amount of RAC from his boinc screen it should match the:
CPID_RAC: XXX  message in 'exec getboincinfo'.  This is going to be extermely helpful in debugging people who are < 24 hours old.  Obviously since he didnt paste his exec getboincinfo like we asked him a few times, hes obviously not even reading anything here.

So have him paste that and look at the line with "_RAC:" in it , and that shows progress between 0 hrs and 24 hours.