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  1. #436
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    the one from portage works fine....
    what about this?

    $ cat /opt/foldingathome/client1/client.cfg
    [settings]
    username=je_fro
    team=36480
    asknet=no
    bigpackets=yes
    machineid=1
    local=75

    [http]
    active=no
    host=localhost
    port=8080

    [core]
    checkpoint=10
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    Code:
    # cat /opt/foldingathome/client1/client.cfg
    [settings]
    username=ions
    team=36480
    asknet=no
    bigpackets=yes
    machineid=1
    
    [http]
    active=no
    host=localhost
    port=8080

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    Code:
    jeff@speedy ~ $ ls /opt/foldingathome/        
    client1  client3  client5  client7  copy_client_config
    client2  client4  client6  client8  initfolding
    jeff@speedy ~ $ ls /opt/foldingathome/client1/
    FAHlog-Prev.txt  FahCore_79.exe  client.cfg            unitinfo.txt
    FAHlog.txt       FahCore_7a.exe  foldingathome         work
    FahCore_65.exe   FahCore_82.exe  machinedependent.dat
    FahCore_78.exe   MyFolding.html  queue.dat
    Do you have all that?
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    oh, and everything in /etc/conf.d/foldingathome is commented out except for CPU=0
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    Code:
    # ls /opt/foldingathome/
    client1  client3  client5  client7  copy_client_config
    client2  client4  client6  client8  initfolding
    localhost client1 # ls /opt/foldingathome/client1/
    FAHlog.txt  MyFolding.html  client.cfg  foldingathome  machinedependent.dat
    Yup, everything in /etc/conf.d/foldingathome is commented out except for CPU=0.

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    Code:
    # cat FAHlog.txt
    
    
    --- Opening Log file [January 25 00:36:29]
    
    
    # Linux Console Edition #######################################################
    ###############################################################################
    
                           Folding@Home Client Version 5.02
    
                              http://folding.stanford.edu
    
    ###############################################################################
    ###############################################################################
    
    Launch directory: /opt/foldingathome/client1
    Executable: /opt/foldingathome/client1/foldingathome
    Arguments: -configonly
    
    [00:36:29] Configuring Folding@Home...
    
    
    [00:36:49] - Ask before connecting: No
    [00:36:49] - User name: ions (Team 36480)
    [00:36:49] - User ID not found locally
    [00:36:49] + Requesting User ID from server
    [00:36:49] - Machine ID: 1
    [00:36:49]
    [00:36:49] -configonly flag given, so exiting.
    
    
    --- Opening Log file [January 25 00:40:51]
    
    
    # Linux Console Edition #######################################################
    ###############################################################################
    
                           Folding@Home Client Version 5.02
    
                              http://folding.stanford.edu
    
    ###############################################################################
    ###############################################################################
    
    Launch directory: /opt/foldingathome/client1
    Executable: /opt/foldingathome/client1/foldingathome
    Arguments: -configonly
    
    [00:40:51] - Ask before connecting: No
    [00:40:51] - User name: ions (Team 36480)
    [00:40:51] - User ID: 7846A4AB29642002
    [00:40:51] - Machine ID: 1
    [00:40:51]
    [00:40:51] Configuring Folding@Home...
    
    
    [00:41:06] - Ask before connecting: No
    [00:41:06] - User name: ions (Team 36480)
    [00:41:06] - User ID: 7846A4AB29642002
    [00:41:06] - Machine ID: 1
    [00:41:06]
    [00:41:06] -configonly flag given, so exiting.
    
    
    --- Opening Log file [January 26 14:26:40]
    
    
    # Linux Console Edition #######################################################
    ###############################################################################
    
                           Folding@Home Client Version 5.02
    
                              http://folding.stanford.edu
    
    ###############################################################################
    ###############################################################################
    
    Launch directory: /opt/foldingathome/client1
    Executable: /opt/foldingathome/client1/foldingathome
    Arguments: -configonly
    
    [14:26:40] - Ask before connecting: No
    [14:26:40] - User name: ions (Team 36480)
    [14:26:40] - User ID: 7846A4AB29642002
    [14:26:40] - Machine ID: 1
    [14:26:40]
    [14:26:40] Configuring Folding@Home...
    
    
    [14:26:50] - Ask before connecting: No
    [14:26:50] - User name: ions (Team 36480)
    [14:26:50] - User ID: 7846A4AB29642002
    [14:26:50] - Machine ID: 1
    [14:26:50]
    [14:26:50] -configonly flag given, so exiting.
    
    
    --- Opening Log file [January 26 14:31:01]
    
    
    # Linux Console Edition #######################################################
    ###############################################################################
    
                           Folding@Home Client Version 5.02
    
                              http://folding.stanford.edu
    
    ###############################################################################
    ###############################################################################
    
    Launch directory: /opt/foldingathome/client1
    Executable: /opt/foldingathome/client1/foldingathome
    Arguments: -configonly
    
    [14:31:01] - Ask before connecting: No
    [14:31:01] - User name: ions (Team 36480)
    [14:31:01] - User ID: 7846A4AB29642002
    [14:31:01] - Machine ID: 1
    [14:31:01]
    [14:31:01] Configuring Folding@Home...
    
    
    [14:31:07] - Ask before connecting: No
    [14:31:07] - User name: ions (Team 36480)
    [14:31:07] - User ID: 7846A4AB29642002
    [14:31:07] - Machine ID: 1
    [14:31:07]
    [14:31:07] -configonly flag given, so exiting.

  7. #442
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    what does your init script say? /etc/rc.d/fah or something

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    good idea!
    here's mine:
    Code:
    $ cat /etc/init.d/foldingathome 
    #!/sbin/runscript
    # Copyright 1999-2004 Gentoo Foundation
    # Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
    # $Header: /var/cvsroot/gentoo-x86/sci-biology/foldingathome/files/init-5.0.2-r3,v 1.2 2005/03/03 14:40:55 lostlogic Exp $
    
    opts="${opts} unitinfo"
    
    do_config() {
            if [ -z "${CPU}" ] || [ "${CPU}" == "0" ]; then
                    if [ -r /proc/cpuinfo ]; then
                            CPU=`grep "^processor[[:space:]]*:" /proc/cpuinfo | wc -l`
                            if (( $CPU > 8 )); then
                                    CPU=8
                            fi
                    else
                            CPU=1
                    fi
            fi
    }
    
    unitinfo() {
            do_config
            for (($CPU; CPU > 0; CPU--)); do
                    einfo "CPU ${CPU} $(head -n1 /opt/foldingathome/client${CPU}/unitinfo.txt):"
                    sed -e '1,2d' /opt/foldingathome/client${CPU}/unitinfo.txt
            done
    }
    
    start() {
            do_config
            su foldingathome -c /opt/foldingathome/copy_client_config
            for (($CPU; CPU > 0; CPU--)); do
                    ebegin "Starting Folding@Home on CPU ${CPU}"
                    cd /opt/foldingathome/client${CPU}/
                    nice -n 19 su foldingathome -c "/opt/foldingathome/client${CPU}/foldingathome ${FOLD_OPTS}" &>/dev/null &
                    eend $?
            done
    }
    
    stop() {
            do_config
            for (($CPU; CPU > 0; CPU--)); do
                    ebegin "Stopping Folding@Home on CPU ${CPU}"
                    cd /opt/foldingathome/client${CPU}/
                    for I in FahCore*.exe; do
                            if ps ax|grep $I > /dev/null 2>&1; then
                                    killall -q $I > /dev/null 2>&1
                            fi
                    done
                    sleep 1
                    if ps ax|grep '[/]opt[/]foldingathome/client${CPU}/' > /dev/null 2>&1; then
                            eend 1
                    else
                            eend 0
                    fi
            done
    }
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    Well my folding is back in the high 300s so it must be reporting something. Still no unitinfo file though.

    Code:
    # cat /etc/init.d/foldingathome
    #!/sbin/runscript
    # Copyright 1999-2004 Gentoo Foundation
    # Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
    # $Header: /var/cvsroot/gentoo-x86/sci-biology/foldingathome/files/init-5.0.2-r4 ,v 1.1 2005/08/14 02:31:39 ribosome Exp $
    
    opts="${opts} unitinfo"
    
    do_config() {
            if [ -z "${CPU}" ] || [ "${CPU}" == "0" ]; then
                    if [ -r /proc/cpuinfo ]; then
                            CPU=`grep "^processor[[:space:]]*:" /proc/cpuinfo | wc - l`
                            if (( $CPU > 8 )); then
                                    CPU=8
                            fi
                    else
                            CPU=1
                    fi
            fi
    }
    
    unitinfo() {
            do_config
            for (($CPU; CPU > 0; CPU--)); do
                    einfo "CPU ${CPU} $(head -n1 /opt/foldingathome/client${CPU}/uni tinfo.txt):"
                    sed -e '1,2d' /opt/foldingathome/client${CPU}/unitinfo.txt
            done
    }
    
    start() {
            do_config
            su foldingathome -c /opt/foldingathome/copy_client_config
            for (($CPU; CPU > 0; CPU--)); do
                    ebegin "Starting Folding@Home on CPU ${CPU}"
                    cd /opt/foldingathome/client${CPU}/
                    start-stop-daemon --chuid foldingathome --nicelevel 19 --start - -background --exec /opt/foldingathome/client${CPU}/foldingathome -- ${FOLD_OPTS}
                    eend $?
            done
    }
    
    stop() {
            do_config
            for (($CPU; CPU > 0; CPU--)); do
                    ebegin "Stopping Folding@Home on CPU ${CPU}"
                    start-stop-daemon --stop --user foldingathome --exec /opt/foldin gathome/client${CPU}/foldingathome
                    cd /opt/foldingathome/client${CPU}/
                    for I in FahCore*.exe; do
                            if ps ax|grep $I > /dev/null 2>&1; then
                                    killall -q $I > /dev/null 2>&1
                            fi
                    done
                    sleep 1
                    if ps ax|grep '[/]opt[/]foldingathome/client${CPU}/' > /dev/null  2>&1; then
                            eend 1
                    else
                            eend 0
                    fi
            done
    }

  10. #445
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    Just joined the justlinux folding team. I only have unlimited internet access left for a few days and after that I go back to one of those prohibitive usage metered accounts. Despite that, I would still like to help and I was wondering how heavy folding is on the internet usage. On the f@h site, they talked about electricity usage but did not discuss the usage in terms of MB uploads/downloads. Congratulations on the high team rating (146 when I last checked).Thanks.

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    Welcome aboard!
    I think that the amount of bandwidth is trivial with F@H.
    here are a few cores that I have laying around...they are typcially 2-3 MB, and you'll only download one every few days. I hope you have a machine (or several) that is capable of straining your bandwidth constraints

    -rwxr-x--- 1 foldingathome users 3440948 Nov 29 04:30 FahCore_79.exe
    -rwxr-x--- 1 foldingathome users 3486728 Oct 31 14:08 FahCore_7a.exe
    -rwxr-x--- 1 foldingathome users 2542532 Oct 2 08:01 FahCore_82.exe
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    Watch your backs!

    hehehehehe

    watch out dkeav and andermic, I have just added 15 more CPU's to my list!!

    I should have 15 more by the close of business tomorow!!!

    MUAHAUAHAUAAHA

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    of course, you have permission for all those cpus right? you can't help the team from behind bars

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    there are PC's in prisons!

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    Wow! Adding 15 processors at a time! Are you in charge of a lab somewhere?
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