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[subset_sum] status_update 4

The work generator kicked off overnight while I was sleeping (of course). More work should be flowing now that I've turned it back on.

Travis Desell on Sunday, June 19th
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[subset_sum] status update 3

I have a new work generator for subset sum up and running right now. I'm just watching it manually (so it won't be showing up on the status page until I'm comfortable with it running in the background full time).

The new work generator will be generating 500 WUs at a time when the number of available workunits dips below 1000. This will definitely fix the slow feeding issue we were having the last day, and I think it will also make wingmen workunits get sent out a lot quicker. I apologize, this should have been done sooner!

I'll keep you posted as things progress, and please let me know if you're having any other issues.

Travis Desell on Friday, June 17th
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[subset_sum] status update 2

I've removed a number of workunits and the feeder is now blazing along extra fast. Work should be flowing significantly better.

Now that work is flowing, I'll be working on updating the work generator for SubsetSum@Home to make sure it keeps a minimal (<10k) number of workunits available, but auto generates them as needed to prevent this from happening again. Hoping to have the updates in tonight.

Thanks for your patience in dealing with all this, especially during the midst of a pentathalon!

Travis Desell on Thursday, June 16th
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[subset_sum] status update

It looks like the extra RAM didn't fix the issue. Right now I'm going in to remove some of the workunits which haven't had results sent out yet. This should speed up the feeder. I'll leave enough WUs/results available to keep work flowing while I code up changes to the work generator to make sure this situation doesn't happen again.

I'll keep you all posted as things progress. I hope to have the issue resolved sometime tonight (I'll stay up till it's fixed!).

Travis Desell on Thursday, June 16th
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[subset_sum] update to feeder

I've made one other change which might help work flow out faster while we wait on the RAM upgrades. I've changed the feeder sleep interval to 1 second from 5 seconds, which should mean it will be putting out workunits faster (assuming the database can keep up).

Travis Desell on Thursday, June 16th
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[subset_sum] feeder issues?

Hi Everyone -- I'm getting reports of issues with the feeder. Is anyone able to get workunits? I'm wondering if the server is just getting hammered too hard and can't get work out quick enough...

Travis Desell on Thursday, June 16th
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[subset_sum] more workunits!

Work should be flowing now. Let me know if you're having any issues with the new set of workunits!

Travis Desell on Thursday, June 16th
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[climate, dna, subset_sum, wildlife] Citizen Science Grid Logo!

At long last we have a logo!



And just another plug for our twitter account:

https://twitter.com/CitizenSciGrid/status/723142443772706817

Travis Desell on Thursday, July 14th
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[subset_sum] new batch of workunits being generated

More work should be flowing for subset sum now. Let me know if you have any issues!

Travis Desell on Tuesday, April 12th
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[dna,subset_sum] more workunits

Sorry for the long delay here. This semester has been very insane for me -- too overloaded with teaching and other research projects!

DNA@Home should be generating more workunits now, and I hope to have more SubsetSum@Home workunits flowing tonight.

Travis Desell on Tuesday, April 12th
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SubsetSum@Home Progress

You can track the current progress of the project on the SubsetSum@Home progress webpage.

Contact Information

Please email any questions or suggestions to Travis Desell, or feel free to post a message in our forums.

SubsetSum@Home is run by:
  • Travis Desell, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, University of North Dakota
  • Tom O'Neil, Associate Professor of Computer Science, University of North Dakota

Publications

All publications, talks and posters about SubsetSum@Home can be viewed on the Citizen Science Grid's publications page.

Support

SubsetSum@Home hardware has been generously supported by a new faculty SEED grant from UND's Office of Research Development and Compliance. The Citizen Science Grid volunteer computing server is hosted by UND's Scientific Computing Center.

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