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The experiments on Vitis vinifera are almost finished, thank you all. We will soon switch to a new organism. We made some tests some time ago but we found that the outputs of the Windows and Linux applications didn't match each other. The new forthcoming Windows applications should behave correctly.
The next Monday we will distribute them and (slowly) start creating new work.
Linux Apps Avaliable
Linux versions of the Collatz Sieve application are now available. This includes 32 and 64 bit versions of the cpu apps, ATI OpenCL, Intel OpenCL, and nVidia OpenCL apps.
By collatz conjecture
New Separation Runs 7 May
I just put up a bunch of new runs named:
where XX goes from 09 to 23.
Let me know if you see any issues with these runs here.
Do not use Nvidia driver 397.31
It has come to my attention that Nvidia recently released a new video driver that is causing widespread problems. 397.31 seems to cause the GPU to become inaccessible to both CUDA and OpenCL programs after a while, and can only be reset by rebooting the computer. It's likely this affects all BOINC projects and not just PrimeGrid. Indeed, it probably affects all GPU programs, even those that don't run under BOINC. There's a newer, hotfix driver 397.55 which seems to correct the problem. I strongly recommend either upgrading to 397.55 or rolling back to a driver earlier than 397.31.
More information can be found [Link] here.
Anyhow the connection was lost to the domain, the server was still running, I did an update for the domain / IP and all is back online.
[all] account manager issues update
It looks like the "team" table in the database had become corrupted and crashed. I repaired the database and it looks like all is working and I'm not seeing any errors on my end. Let me know if this fixed things for you.
By citizen science grid