kiedy to ruszy? Orbit @ home

Zaczęty przez Juras23, 15 Styczeń 2006, 21:48


Wygląda na to, że na linuksach liczy się znacząco szybciej.
No good deed goes unpunished.



też złapałem :D


Linuks liczy szybciej, więc dostaje za to mniej punktów. :wth: Już ich zbeształem  :shame:
No good deed goes unpunished.


chyba zapomnieli, że wyniki też zajmują trochę miejsca :D
Cytatnie, 5 wrz 2010, 21:31:46   orbit@home   [error] Error reported by file upload server: Server is out of disk space


No niestety, przerosło ich ;)
No good deed goes unpunished.


Na razie przestój. Nowa seria ma się pojawić za dwa dni.
We are very pleased of the outcome of this batch. A new, similar batch of WUs is being prepared and should be issued in the next 48 hours.
No good deed goes unpunished.

Tomasz R. Gwiazda

hah zdarzylem checkpointa zrobic :) 100k



CytatDear [BOINC@Poland]emik:
Greetings from Orbit@Home.

Project News

We are pleased to announce that Orbit@Home is now in production mode. During the past month we have generated work-units at a rate of 300,000 per week, each one requiring about one hour of computing time on an average desktop computer. Read more about this here.

The process of preparing the astronomical data for the analysis with the Orbit@Home client, and then recombine all the results to generate an optimized search strategy for near-Earth asteroids, has been recently described in detail on the Orbit@Home website. To read more about the science behind Orbit@Home, visit here.

What's Next?

We are now analyzing the results obtained so far, and testing the latest improvements to the scientific application before deploying it and create a new series of work batches. New work-units should be generated by the end of October 2010.

Support Orbit@Home

We appreciate your generous donation of computer time. In order for Orbit@Home to become fully productive, we are now in critical need of server-grade storage equipment. To help us meet our storage requirements with hardware donations, please contact us here. For regular donations, please visit this page.

About the Planetary Science Institute

The Orbit@Home project is hosted at the Planetary Science Institute in Tucson, Arizona. PSI does research and provides educational outreach on a wide variety of topics in planetary science. To learn more about our programs go to and please consider getting more involved by becoming a "Friend of PSI".

Thanks again for your ongoing help.

-- The Orbit@Home Staff

można się szykować na nowe wu


też postowałem ale w ogólnym.....  %)

jabu74 - ekspert


Projekt ma ruszyć w 2014 roku tak pisze na ich stronie.  XD


zobaczymy jak ruszą :D dzięki za info