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Discussion in 'Distributed Computing' started by aldamon, May 26, 2008.
Help Stop TB reached Sapphire
Microbiome Immunity Project reached Diamond 10
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Got the highest possible recruitment badge!
Mapping Cancer Markers 14,972,719 18,964 13:037:23:10:33
Smash Childhood Cancer has reached Sapphire.
I now have this though they are having to fix their page again -
Microbiome Immunity Project 14,183,666 47,848 10:015:05:29:12
OpenZika 80,484,655 222,205 50:120:15:10:20
Outsmart Ebola Together 9,222,081 34,936 5:109:05:28:08
Just got 1 yr emerald for mapping cancer markers.
On 10DEC MIP reached Diamond Twenty years
(Just noticed D10 was on 30NOV... so roughly 1Y/day. Damn.)
On 12DEC Beta Testing reached Gold
Am working on my first century badge... shouldn't be too much longer.
OpenZika 13,750,542 40,246 10:043:12:09:32
Mapping Cancer Markers has reached Diamond 50.
Seems WCG is really giving out the MIP WU's as I'm at 35 years (+15y in ~14 days)
Other misc general stats at the moment:
350 years total
930K results returned
impressive it is ...
remind me to give you my account and password for a few days
Due to shifting loads, this took a little longer than I hinted at earlier, but it finally happened... my first Century badge at WCG!
FA@H-P2 has reached Diamond 100.
So are there any badges above 100? I thought that there weren't but I keep forgetting.
To the best of my knowledge, no, once you get to 100 there aren't any additional badges.
That's correct. 100 is the highest.
Those bums. Fine, I will make my own.
MCM reached "CPU Hippo" 250 years!
Microbiome Immunity Project 27,440,625 84,418 20:046:10:48:58
Little less compared to applejacks, but still:
Microbiome Immunity Project 6,738,640 19,995 5:063:13:15:28
Been a while since I last posted anything here, but a couple new 50-year badges:
How I wish there were also badges for contributions beyond 100 years
I get dizzy seeing that list; nice work !
Thanks! Eight and a half years and discount second-hand servers do wonders. Currently sitting on about 850 (=>~450 CPU cores, since most are HT-enabled Xeons) threads running 24/7.
Make your own, lol. 1000 certainly deserves an epic one!
The overwhelming majority of what I'm running is Xeon E5 Linux systems. Each time they release a new project I do some benchmarking to see what runs best there, and for the past while it's been OET (Vina seems to run VERY well on LInux64). I figure there's no reason not to let me computers work to their relative advantage most of the time, so OET it is.
Holy ****, [Ion] , that's amazing! Guess we now know who to blame if there's ever a OET WU shortage.
Speaking of OET, mine ticked over to a (comparatively puny) Diamond 50 a couple days ago.
Hit 125 years Total Run Time today.
Total Run Time (y:d:h:m:s) (Rank) 125:000:03:08:43 (#1,105)
Holy carp who is Ion???
Yeah... someone should tell him that the best team is this one here - https://join.worldcommunitygrid.org?teamId=BP5XNJBR9N1
[Ion] the best team was posted above for your convenience.