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Message 57323 - Posted: 23 Feb 2013, 2:51:26 UTC

Are there any debug/message type flags that are similar to those used in SETI that will appear in the event log, and where would I put them?


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Message 57324 - Posted: 23 Feb 2013, 11:44:14 UTC - in response to Message 57323.  

Are there any debug/message type flags that are similar to those used in SETI that will appear in the event log, and where would I put them?


Since the main program we crunch under is Boinc, at BOTH Seti and here, the debug flags would be identical. Berkeley is down right now but here is a link to the webpage with all the options:
http://boinc.berkeley.edu/wiki/Client_configuration
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Message 57342 - Posted: 24 Feb 2013, 15:56:05 UTC

Since the main program we crunch under is Boinc, at BOTH Seti and here, the debug flags would be identical.


Ok, I'm running 7.0.52 and thought I had a bug. Never really looked at the complete log when Milkyway is running as I mostly run SETI and concentrate all of my log views on that project. It is very disconcerting not to see any down/up messages in the log to do a spot check on which tasks have been transferred. Case in point, on 23 Feb at the beginning of the SETI outage I d/l'ed some Milkyway tasks. Later to cut down on the failed SETI transfer entries in the log I set the network activity to NNT, forgetting about Milkyway. When I noticed that I was not getting any new tasks from here, I clicked on the SHOW ALL TASKS button and saw a load of tasks waiting to report. I allowed network activity to resume, and that is when I noticed that there were no up/down messages. The only way that I can see that files were in fact sucessfully being transferred was to turn on the TASK DEBUG flag.


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Message 57343 - Posted: 24 Feb 2013, 16:24:47 UTC - in response to Message 57342.  

Since the main program we crunch under is Boinc, at BOTH Seti and here, the debug flags would be identical.


Ok, I'm running 7.0.52 and thought I had a bug. Never really looked at the complete log when Milkyway is running as I mostly run SETI and concentrate all of my log views on that project. It is very disconcerting not to see any down/up messages in the log to do a spot check on which tasks have been transferred. Case in point, on 23 Feb at the beginning of the SETI outage I d/l'ed some Milkyway tasks. Later to cut down on the failed SETI transfer entries in the log I set the network activity to NNT, forgetting about Milkyway. When I noticed that I was not getting any new tasks from here, I clicked on the SHOW ALL TASKS button and saw a load of tasks waiting to report. I allowed network activity to resume, and that is when I noticed that there were no up/down messages. The only way that I can see that files were in fact sucessfully being transferred was to turn on the TASK DEBUG flag.


When I go into the Boinc Manager, down by the clock, and then Advanced, Event Log I see things like this:
2/24/2013 11:12:39 AM | Milkyway@Home | Scheduler request completed: got 1 new tasks
2/24/2013 11:13:44 AM | Milkyway@Home | Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
2/24/2013 11:13:44 AM | Milkyway@Home | Requesting new tasks for ATI
2/24/2013 11:13:46 AM | Milkyway@Home | Scheduler request completed: got 0 new tasks
2/24/2013 11:13:46 AM | Milkyway@Home | No tasks sent
2/24/2013 11:13:46 AM | Milkyway@Home | This computer has reached a limit on tasks in progress
2/24/2013 11:16:11 AM | Milkyway@Home | Computation for task de_separation_20_sSgr_1_1358941502_14466518_0 finished
2/24/2013 11:16:11 AM | Milkyway@Home | Starting task de_separation_18_sSgr_1_1358941502_14467730_0 using milkyway version 102 (opencl_amd_ati) in slot 1
2/24/2013 11:16:12 AM | Milkyway@Home | Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
2/24/2013 11:16:12 AM | Milkyway@Home | Reporting 1 completed tasks
2/24/2013 11:16:12 AM | Milkyway@Home | Requesting new tasks for ATI
2/24/2013 11:16:14 AM | Milkyway@Home | Scheduler request completed: got 1 new tasks

Could you just be looking in a different place?
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Message 57344 - Posted: 24 Feb 2013, 16:46:55 UTC - in response to Message 57343.  

Since the main program we crunch under is Boinc, at BOTH Seti and here, the debug flags would be identical.


Ok, I'm running 7.0.52 and thought I had a bug. Never really looked at the complete log when Milkyway is running as I mostly run SETI and concentrate all of my log views on that project. It is very disconcerting not to see any down/up messages in the log to do a spot check on which tasks have been transferred. Case in point, on 23 Feb at the beginning of the SETI outage I d/l'ed some Milkyway tasks. Later to cut down on the failed SETI transfer entries in the log I set the network activity to NNT, forgetting about Milkyway. When I noticed that I was not getting any new tasks from here, I clicked on the SHOW ALL TASKS button and saw a load of tasks waiting to report. I allowed network activity to resume, and that is when I noticed that there were no up/down messages. The only way that I can see that files were in fact sucessfully being transferred was to turn on the TASK DEBUG flag.


When I go into the Boinc Manager, down by the clock, and then Advanced, Event Log I see things like this:
2/24/2013 11:12:39 AM | Milkyway@Home | Scheduler request completed: got 1 new tasks
2/24/2013 11:13:44 AM | Milkyway@Home | Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
2/24/2013 11:13:44 AM | Milkyway@Home | Requesting new tasks for ATI
2/24/2013 11:13:46 AM | Milkyway@Home | Scheduler request completed: got 0 new tasks
2/24/2013 11:13:46 AM | Milkyway@Home | No tasks sent
2/24/2013 11:13:46 AM | Milkyway@Home | This computer has reached a limit on tasks in progress
2/24/2013 11:16:11 AM | Milkyway@Home | Computation for task de_separation_20_sSgr_1_1358941502_14466518_0 finished
2/24/2013 11:16:11 AM | Milkyway@Home | Starting task de_separation_18_sSgr_1_1358941502_14467730_0 using milkyway version 102 (opencl_amd_ati) in slot 1
2/24/2013 11:16:12 AM | Milkyway@Home | Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
2/24/2013 11:16:12 AM | Milkyway@Home | Reporting 1 completed tasks
2/24/2013 11:16:12 AM | Milkyway@Home | Requesting new tasks for ATI
2/24/2013 11:16:14 AM | Milkyway@Home | Scheduler request completed: got 1 new tasks

Could you just be looking in a different place?



All well and good, I have seen the same thing, but what I don't see are specific lines for the transferred files as in the following examples from Einstein & SETI.

8-Feb-2013 18:46:11 [SETI@home] Started download of ap_02dc12ad_B3_P1_00194_20130218_17530.wu
18-Feb-2013 18:46:11 [SETI@home] Started download of ap_02dc12ad_B3_P0_00232_20130218_16269.wu
18-Feb-2013 18:46:11 [SETI@home] Started download of ap_30dc12ae_B6_P1_00335_20130218_12054.wu

02/24/2013 08:40:07 | Einstein@Home | Started upload of p2030.20121015.G193.75-02.47.C.b0s0g0.00000_80_1_0
02/24/2013 08:40:09 | Einstein@Home | Finished upload of p2030.20121015.G193.75-02.47.C.b0s0g0.00000_80_1_0




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Message 57350 - Posted: 25 Feb 2013, 12:17:33 UTC - in response to Message 57344.  

Since the main program we crunch under is Boinc, at BOTH Seti and here, the debug flags would be identical.


Ok, I'm running 7.0.52 and thought I had a bug. Never really looked at the complete log when Milkyway is running as I mostly run SETI and concentrate all of my log views on that project. It is very disconcerting not to see any down/up messages in the log to do a spot check on which tasks have been transferred. Case in point, on 23 Feb at the beginning of the SETI outage I d/l'ed some Milkyway tasks. Later to cut down on the failed SETI transfer entries in the log I set the network activity to NNT, forgetting about Milkyway. When I noticed that I was not getting any new tasks from here, I clicked on the SHOW ALL TASKS button and saw a load of tasks waiting to report. I allowed network activity to resume, and that is when I noticed that there were no up/down messages. The only way that I can see that files were in fact sucessfully being transferred was to turn on the TASK DEBUG flag.


When I go into the Boinc Manager, down by the clock, and then Advanced, Event Log I see things like this:
2/24/2013 11:12:39 AM | Milkyway@Home | Scheduler request completed: got 1 new tasks
2/24/2013 11:13:44 AM | Milkyway@Home | Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
2/24/2013 11:13:44 AM | Milkyway@Home | Requesting new tasks for ATI
2/24/2013 11:13:46 AM | Milkyway@Home | Scheduler request completed: got 0 new tasks
2/24/2013 11:13:46 AM | Milkyway@Home | No tasks sent
2/24/2013 11:13:46 AM | Milkyway@Home | This computer has reached a limit on tasks in progress
2/24/2013 11:16:11 AM | Milkyway@Home | Computation for task de_separation_20_sSgr_1_1358941502_14466518_0 finished
2/24/2013 11:16:11 AM | Milkyway@Home | Starting task de_separation_18_sSgr_1_1358941502_14467730_0 using milkyway version 102 (opencl_amd_ati) in slot 1
2/24/2013 11:16:12 AM | Milkyway@Home | Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
2/24/2013 11:16:12 AM | Milkyway@Home | Reporting 1 completed tasks
2/24/2013 11:16:12 AM | Milkyway@Home | Requesting new tasks for ATI
2/24/2013 11:16:14 AM | Milkyway@Home | Scheduler request completed: got 1 new tasks

Could you just be looking in a different place?



All well and good, I have seen the same thing, but what I don't see are specific lines for the transferred files as in the following examples from Einstein & SETI.

8-Feb-2013 18:46:11 [SETI@home] Started download of ap_02dc12ad_B3_P1_00194_20130218_17530.wu
18-Feb-2013 18:46:11 [SETI@home] Started download of ap_02dc12ad_B3_P0_00232_20130218_16269.wu
18-Feb-2013 18:46:11 [SETI@home] Started download of ap_30dc12ae_B6_P1_00335_20130218_12054.wu

02/24/2013 08:40:07 | Einstein@Home | Started upload of p2030.20121015.G193.75-02.47.C.b0s0g0.00000_80_1_0
02/24/2013 08:40:09 | Einstein@Home | Finished upload of p2030.20121015.G193.75-02.47.C.b0s0g0.00000_80_1_0


No I am not seeing that either:

2/25/2013 5:35:30 AM | Milkyway@Home | Scheduler request completed: got 0 new tasks
2/25/2013 5:35:30 AM | Milkyway@Home | No work available
2/25/2013 5:35:52 AM | rosetta@home | Computation for task P2_1_s6_f5_3_1_1_1_abinitio_design_relax_y259_002_75358_167_0 finished
2/25/2013 5:35:52 AM | rosetta@home | Starting task TLUM_15_S89H56D86Q13N17_1_rsmn_24097_FP2_1_30317_136550001_293570001_abinitio_SAVE_ALL_OUT_75269_613_0 using minirosetta version 345 in slot 2
2/25/2013 5:35:57 AM | rosetta@home | Started upload of P2_1_s6_f5_3_1_1_1_abinitio_design_relax_y259_002_75358_167_0_0
2/25/2013 5:36:03 AM | rosetta@home | Finished upload of P2_1_s6_f5_3_1_1_1_abinitio_design_relax_y259_002_75358_167_0_0
2/25/2013 5:36:56 AM | Milkyway@Home | Computation for task ps_separation_20_sSgr_1_1358941502_14808138_0 finished
2/25/2013 5:36:56 AM | Milkyway@Home | Starting task ps_separation_19_sSgr_1_1358941502_14809198_0 using milkyway version 102 (opencl_amd_ati) in slot 0
2/25/2013 5:36:56 AM | Milkyway@Home | Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
2/25/2013 5:36:56 AM | Milkyway@Home | Reporting 1 completed tasks
2/25/2013 5:36:56 AM | Milkyway@Home | Requesting new tasks for ATI
2/25/2013 5:36:58 AM | Milkyway@Home | Scheduler request completed: got 1 new tasks
2/25/2013 5:38:03 AM | Milkyway@Home | Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.

You can see I finished a task or two but the actual task name is not listed, either going to the server from me or from the server to me. Must be normal.
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