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[ARS]odessit
2002-08-15 09:56:54
I just extracted the CLI client into muon directory with the background & gfx versions together but I have 0.0000000% whit this version.
I was getting .3 - .97% with the background version.
Are these clients compatible with each other?  Or to get best results I must run only one client constantly?

Intel P3-M 866 MHz
Duron 1000 MHz
XP 1600+ @ 2000+

[This message was edited by Stephen Brooks on 2002-Aug-20 at 11:17.]
Stephen Brooks
2002-08-15 13:13:46
There is the possibility that something got misconfigured in a morass of #ifdefs.  I will try to fix this when my computer has found its Windows partition again.


"As every 11-year-old kid knows, if you concentrate enough Van-der-Graff generators and expensive special effects in one place, you create a spiral space-time whirly thing, AND an interesting plotline"
TheFinalLoser
2002-08-16 08:27:43
i have made two experiments with the textclient
1. starting at the base 20 cycles : 0%
2. starting with the top 250 result.dat 10 cycles:0%
so there must be a bug....
you should first fix it befor you accept some results of the com line version
Bananeweizen
2002-08-16 10:15:10
Hi !

For me the console client is running fine.  I already produced a result of 0.4% in the second simulation.

Ciao, Michael.

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Stephen Brooks
2002-08-16 10:51:09
That's odd.  Can you two above list the files you put in your directories?  (I mean things like results.dat etc.)

Meanwhile, I managed to recover my Windows partition at 4pm today, so on Monday I'll be able to have a look at the bugs.


"As every 11-year-old kid knows, if you concentrate enough Van-der-Graff generators and expensive special effects in one place, you create a spiral space-time whirly thing, AND an interesting plotline"
[ARS]odessit
2002-08-16 11:20:05
this happens on all 3 machines that I have.
all files are same on all machines
folder Lattices
2002089-212203-sd....[ARS]Odessit.txt
autogfx.sav
config.txt
crarray.cgf
Font.dat
fontsmall.dat
ftp.exe
l2y0.txt
l2y5.txt
l2y10.txt
l2y13.txt
manualsend.exe
muon1.exe
muon1_background.exe
muon1_cmdline.exe
muon1viewresults.exe
pi_plus_2GeV.csv
ReadMe.txt
results.dat
results.txt
user.txt
auto.sav

Intel P3-M 866 MHz
Duron 1000 MHz
XP 1600+ @ 2000+
Michal Hajicek
2002-08-16 11:48:01
I also tried the cmdline version and all evolved results are 0.000000, some are around 0.000xxx (random generated ones, I think).  So there's probably something wrong with results.dat reading or parameter operations or something like this.  All cfg files from 4.21b and 4.21b-cmdline packages are identical (l2y0,5,10,13.txt, csv-file, lattice file).  I copy only cmdline exe to my directory with 4.21b files.  Hope this helps.
Bananeweizen
2002-08-16 12:18:17
Sorry.

I must correct myself.  I read the wrong file (in another directory) when I made my last post.  I also do only have zero value results with the command line.

Ciao, Michael.

www.Rechenkraft.net - the most comprehensive german website about internet based distributed computing projects.
TheFinalLoser
2002-08-16 16:42:06
3dview.c
auto.sav
autosave.c
beamline.c
beamops.c
config.c
config.txt
genome.c
help.c
keys.c
l2y0.txt
l2y10.txt
l2y13.txt
l2y5.txt
logic.c
manualsend.c
muon1.c
muon1_cmdline.exe
Muonviewresults.c
parser.c
particles.c
physics.c
pi_plus_2G2eV.csv
record.c
results.dat
results.txt
sendresults.c
textio.c
user.txt
vectors.c
vercfg.c

Folder Components
appretures.c
bmagnets.c
rodsource.c
solenoids.c
Folder old
Folder include
Iset.c
rnd.c
folder Lattice
moun_lattice2.txt


Hope it can help you, and that i havend written something wrong smile
kongethomas
2002-08-17 14:21:15
I can confirm as of 17-08-2002, the commandline client only creates results which are 0.000000. (I only ran ~5 units, but when I downloaded and ran the muon1_background.exe the first result was 0.007047 (29895 particles) [v4.21b] {B75C17BC}
Also note that it seems that the autosave does not work on the command line.
So now I run the background client.
I look forward to a non-broken command line client big grin
This was on a win2k box (v5.00.2195) , dual 1.6 Ghz Athlon.
Stephen Brooks
2002-08-18 04:45:43
I will look into this on Monday.


"As every 11-year-old kid knows, if you concentrate enough Van-der-Graff generators and expensive special effects in one place, you create a spiral space-time whirly thing, AND an interesting plotline"
Stephen Brooks
2002-08-20 04:17:02
Fixed

OK, what was happening was that in the DOS-box/console locale, the degree symbol (°) in the file lattices\muon_lattice2.txt was being treated as whitespace and hence deleted.  This meant that the angles were read in as radians instead of degrees, which coiled the chicane into something that was near-impossible for particles to get through (not to mention incorrect for the simulation).  As the commandline client by definition has no graphical output to see what's going on, it took a while to find this!

Anyway the new version has had that fixed.  I hope you find it works properly now.


"As every 11-year-old kid knows, if you concentrate enough Van-der-Graff generators and expensive special effects in one place, you create a spiral space-time whirly thing, AND an interesting plotline"
Pascal
2002-08-20 04:47:08
Stephen, please change the link to show a new version of the console client.  Thank you.  smile

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Stephen Brooks
2002-08-20 06:22:23
There isn't a link to it on the main page at all.  That link above is correct.  I was wondering about putting a link to it on the main page.


"As every 11-year-old kid knows, if you concentrate enough Van-der-Graff generators and expensive special effects in one place, you create a spiral space-time whirly thing, AND an interesting plotline"
[ARS]odessit
2002-08-20 06:42:27
let's maybe test it for a day or two before releasing it into the public?
But Stephen, Thanks for the quick fix!

Intel P3-M 866 MHz
Duron 1000 MHz
XP 1600+ @ 2000+
Michal Hajicek
2002-08-20 07:08:20
This cmdline version ignores auto.sav and starts new simulation.  (Older version not checked, and background client uses it correctly.) Is this a bug or has cmdline client different autosave file?  (tested only once).
Michal Hajicek
2002-08-20 07:20:09
........ tested with several different auto.sav files with the same result - the cmdline client always say:
Searching for....
No file present. 
.....
Michal Hajicek
2002-08-20 07:31:05
........ sorry.  I tested background client autosave files, and now i recognized that cmdline file has different name.  So, is there any reason for that?  (all three windows clients does the same simulation work, right?)
Stephen Brooks
2002-08-20 11:08:17
ERm... I put that auto.sav/autogfx.sav/autocli.sav in as a failsafe so that if one of the programs had a bug in its load/save routines, it would not affect the others.  Also it means that people who run say the graphical and the background or commandline versions together do not risk getting a corrupted file when/if two or more of those versions try to save simultaneously.  smile Hope that makes sense.


"As every 11-year-old kid knows, if you concentrate enough Van-der-Graff generators and expensive special effects in one place, you create a spiral space-time whirly thing, AND an interesting plotline"
Michal Hajicek
2002-08-20 11:34:07
Absolutely.  Thanks for answer.
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