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Re: seti at home



The worst part about this is that your results actually aren't an anomoly.
According to the statistics for the seti page alpha nt is faster, in terms
of time for each block than alpha linux. Granted thats an average that could
be brought down by more people running slower alpha's with linux (armys of
multi's) and a few people running very fast new alpha's with nt (like some
cgi house whose admin runs seti on the boxes at night) but who knows, they
are just statistics. I assume it probably has something to do with the
compilers, but thats right out of my arse, I really have no idea. As Twain
said there are 3 kinds of lies:
lies
damned lies
and statistics

Jeff
----- Original Message -----
From: Jeff DeMaagd <jeffdemaagd@yahoo.com>
To: <axp-list@redhat.com>
Sent: Thursday, July 15, 1999 10:10 PM
Subject: Re: seti at home


>
> It looks pretty sad.  I'm using the Windows NT / Alpha client on a
> 500MHz '164 and I seem to chunk through a unit in about 6 hours.
>
> Maybe someone with access to a beta of the Dec compilers for Linux
> could volunteer to re-port the thing.
>
> JD
>
> > >> Is anyone running seti@home ?
> > >> http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/
> > >>
> >> I'm running it on a PC164 @ 500mhz and returning 15 hours per block.
> >>  A friend of mine is running it on a G3 Mac at 333Mhz and returning
> 18hours / block.
> >
> > I also have a PC164 500MHz.  I was running at about
> > 18Hrs, and now that
> > I have started using the compaq math library I think
> > I am closer to 15hrs.
> > I only have 64MB of RAM in the machine right now
> > though.
> >
> > I must really be doing something wrong if someone
> > with a PWS433 is doing
> > it in 8Hrs.
> >
> > Does anyone have any ideas?
> > BTW I am running 2.0.35
>
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