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readRecently our domain registrar, Dotster.com, issued the yearly request for us to update our information for the WHOIS Regstry
1 Admin 283 10 Mar 2017
readDue to user feedback and an attempt to reduce the load on our servers, we increased the default target run time from 3 to 6 hours, increased job deadlines to 14 days, and added the target cpu runtime option of 2 days
1 Admin 225 14 Aug 2014
readWe will be moving the hardware that supports Rosetta@Home on Tuesday, Feb 4th within the datacenter here at the UW
1 Admin 216 29 Jan 2014
readBloody Hell! What a day! First I kill the database server by inadvertently yanking it out of the rack and away from it's plugs when removing the old fileserver from the rack - DK saved the day there
1 Admin 177 6 Jan 2009
readToday the fileserver crashed yet once again
1 Admin 189 30 Nov 2008
readDK, our primary site developer, is recovering from surgery and is out of contact
1 Admin 168 30 Nov 2007
readThe feeder is failing over and over again thus no new work is being sent out
1 Admin 165 29 Nov 2007
readThe RAID is rebuilt and now we're chasing down the next bottleneck....
1 Admin 163 18 Sep 2007
readWe're experiencing another hardware problem that is effecting the overall project, causing the validator and assimilators to fall behind
1 Admin 168 17 Sep 2007
readRosetta@home has experienced a horrendous hardware/fireware failure
1 Admin 173 8 Sep 2007
readThere was an unannounced service outage this morning at 8AM PST
1 Admin 160 30 Aug 2007
readWe moved the backend of the BOINC system from our older fileserver (a dual 2.8 GHz Xeon w/ 2 GB RAM, running a 64-bit kernel and serving up 655 GB RAID5 disk (6 X 146 GB 10K SCSI)) to our fiber SAN
1 Admin 165 31 Jul 2007
readThe UW campus experienced a large power service failure this morning around 9:15 PST that lasted for roughly 45 minutes
1 Admin 179 10 Apr 2007
readRegarding the recent increasing graphic related errors, we suspect it is a problem of thread synchronization
1 Admin 217 11 Jan 2007
readA batch of work units, the first protein-protein docking Rosetta@home experiments, were sent out yesterday that, unfortunately, were destined to fail. The actual work units were completely fine as they were tested on Ralph thoroughly but a rather unfor
1 Admin 228 11 Oct 2006
readWe have officially switched over to a new crediting system that grants credit based on the amount of structures produced by your computer
1 Admin 218 23 Aug 2006
readOur backbone switch at one of our datacenters failed this evening, dragging down the connection to a good deal of our clusters, analysis gear and the backbone of Rosetta@home
1 Admin 236 14 Apr 2006
readAll the routers on the UW campus were upgraded sometime between 0530PST and 0600PST
1 Admin 217 31 Mar 2006
readWith Rom Walton's help, we've made good progress debugging rosetta
1 Admin 226 28 Mar 2006
readRecently our database server has been crushed repeatedly resulting in webserver slowdowns
1 Admin 213 22 Mar 2006
readStarting at around 8:20 (PST) this morning the University of Washington network began to experience widespread connectivity problems
1 Admin 212 22 Feb 2006
readToday we backed up our database and upgraded our production database server which now uses mysql-max and has improved I/O performance by using a SCSI controller serving a RAID10 of 14 drives. We will be delaying the release of the u
1 Admin 211 17 Feb 2006
readWe've modified the webserver to address the problems connecting to the server
1 Admin 209 14 Feb 2006
readThe project will be down for maintenance starting today at 3pm PST
1 Admin 194 17 Jan 2006
readThe University of Washington experienced a campus wide network slowdown today related to the Windows WMF vulnerability
1 Admin 196 13 Jan 2006
readWe stated below that we will grant credit to users who have run and aborted bad work units that were initially released on December 20th
1 Admin 204 12 Jan 2006
readToday, we are going to back up the database and optimize tables for general maintenance starting at 3pm PST. We are also going to replace the data fileserver with one that is more robust. Our initial fileserver used a logical volume consist
1 Admin 207 6 Jan 2006
readLast evening we released updated versions of the rosetta application for all three platforms
1 Admin 195 20 Dec 2005
readOur work unit feeder is having a tough time keeping up with all the client requests for work
1 Admin 196 12 Dec 2005
readWelcome to our new technical news bulletin. Today, we backed up our database and reconfigured the database server to match Seti@home's configuration. We'd like to thank Bob Bankay, Seti@home's database administrator, and David Hammer at
1 Admin 186 27 Nov 2005

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