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1) Message boards : Number crunching : Try using "ATI Stream Client core" selection to select OpenCL core (Message 8600)
Posted 18 days ago by Link
Post:
Yes, this seems to work, at least on the iGPU of my Ryzen CPU.

dnetc_r72_1714231152_13_819_0, run time 2 hours 15 min 54 sec with automatic core selection:
<core_client_version>7.24.1</core_client_version>
<![CDATA[
<stderr_txt>

17:58:00 (5640): wrapper v1.5 build 20 for AMD/ATI OpenCL starting (BOINC Wrapper v7.13.26016)
17:58:00 (5640): device: OpenCL: AMD/ATI GPU 0: AMD Radeon(TM) Graphics (driver version 3444.0 (PAL,HSAIL), device version OpenCL 2.0 AMD-APP (3444.0), 12367MB, 12367MB available, 2048 GFLOPS peak)
17:58:00 (5640): checkpoint interval: 0h15m00s00 (task 1146600 GFLOPS, 0h09m19s86 per packet)
17:58:00 (5640): wrapper: running dnetc521-win32-x86-opencl.exe (-ini dnetc.ini -runoffline -multiok=1) - attempt 1/10

dnetc v2.9112-521-CTR-16021318 for OpenCL on Win32 (WindowsNT 6.2).
Using email address (distributed.net ID) '<censored>                              '

[Apr 27 15:58:01 UTC] Automatic processor type detection did not
                      recognize the processor (tag: "gfx90c (AMD Radeon(TM) Graphics)")
[Apr 27 15:58:20 UTC] RC5-72: using core #2 (CL 2-pipe).
[Apr 27 15:58:20 UTC] RC5-72: Switched to random subspace 1343 (stored)
[Apr 27 15:58:20 UTC] RC5-72: Loaded 5D:EAE55B49:00000000:64*2^32
[Apr 27 15:58:20 UTC] RC5-72: 12 packets (755.00 stats units) remain in
                      in.r72
                      Projected ideal time to completion: 0.02:31:00.00
[Apr 27 15:58:20 UTC] RC5-72: 0 packets are in out.r72
[Apr 27 15:58:20 UTC] 1 cruncher has been started.
[Apr 27 16:07:13 UTC] RC5-72: Completed 5D:EAE55B49:00000000 (64.00 stats units)
                      0.00:08:52.60 - [516,096,999 keys/s]
(...)


After running the benchmark integrated in dnetc521-win32-x86-opencl.exe:
dnetc_r72_1715073438_13_823_0 run time 38 min 59 sec using core #1 set via the settings for ATI Steam:
<core_client_version>7.24.1</core_client_version>
<![CDATA[
<stderr_txt>

11:52:34 (10888): wrapper v1.5 build 20 for AMD/ATI OpenCL starting (BOINC Wrapper v7.13.26016)
11:52:34 (10888): device: OpenCL: AMD/ATI GPU 0: AMD Radeon(TM) Graphics (driver version 3444.0 (PAL,HSAIL), device version OpenCL 2.0 AMD-APP (3444.0), 12367MB, 12367MB available, 2048 GFLOPS peak)
11:52:34 (10888): checkpoint interval: 0h15m00s00 (task 1152200 GFLOPS, 0h09m22s59 per packet)
11:52:34 (10888): wrapper: running dnetc521-win32-x86-opencl.exe (-ini dnetc.ini -runoffline -multiok=1) - attempt 1/10

dnetc v2.9112-521-CTR-16021318 for OpenCL on Win32 (WindowsNT 6.2).
Using email address (distributed.net ID) '<censored>                              '

[May 07 09:52:35 UTC] RC5-72: using core #1 (CL 1-pipe).
[May 07 09:52:35 UTC] RC5-72: Switched to random subspace 1343 (stored)
[May 07 09:52:35 UTC] RC5-72: Loaded 5E:0D31F809:00000000:64*2^32
[May 07 09:52:35 UTC] RC5-72: 12 packets (759.00 stats units) remain in
                      in.r72
[May 07 09:52:35 UTC] RC5-72: 0 packets are in out.r72
[May 07 09:52:35 UTC] 1 cruncher has been started.
[May 07 09:55:35 UTC] RC5-72: Completed 5E:0D31F809:00000000 (64.00 stats units)
                      0.00:02:59.34 - [1,532,685,269 keys/s]
(...)
As you see, no automatic detection and using the selected core instantly.

To run the benchmark, suspend GPU processing in BOINC (not CPU if you run CPU tasks), open command line, navigate to your moowrap.net directory and execute
dnetc521-win32-x86-opencl.exe -bench


Try and report your results here, that's probably as close to OpenCL core selection as we can get here.
2) Message boards : Number crunching : Ignore Opencl and force CUDA version (Message 8597)
Posted 24 days ago by Link
Post:
Probably it's enough if you clean up all AMD drivers and eventually reset Moo!, unlikely that you need to reinstall Windows for that.
3) Message boards : Number crunching : Ignore Opencl and force CUDA version (Message 8595)
Posted 24 days ago by Link
Post:
Yes, it's a lot easier if you want to have CUDA only, but IIRC everyone, whom I had to scare with my solutions ( :D ) wanted the OpenCL application as that seems to be faster on pretty much any OpenCL 1.1+ capable card and there's no similarly nice solution to disable CUDA.

Also keep in mind, that this entry disables OpenCL for all BOINC projects, so make sure you don't forget, that you have set it like I once forgot that I have <no_alt_platform> active and couldn't understand why Einstein isn't sending me any FGRP5 work.
4) Message boards : Number crunching : Dual GPU. Ideas for better cooling? (Message 8593)
Posted 27 days ago by Link
Post:
Hard to give some advice without knowing how your system is cooled, but in general you need to push more air through the system and in particular between the cards. Some people use risers to get more space between the cards.
5) Questions and Answers : Android : Error while computing (Message 8587)
Posted 8 Apr 2024 by Link
Post:
No idea, the issue seems to come and go, might be some bachground task eating up all ressources.
6) Questions and Answers : Android : Error with MTK Helio G85 phone (Message 8579)
Posted 23 Mar 2024 by Link
Post:
Android 11
This project unfortunately can't run on newer versions of Android as you can read in the other threads.
7) Message boards : Number crunching : Amd/ATI tasks (Message 8567)
Posted 3 Feb 2024 by Link
Post:
And this computer you need to reboot: No AMD STREAM compatible devices found.
8) Message boards : Number crunching : Amd/ATI tasks (Message 8566)
Posted 3 Feb 2024 by Link
Post:
Figured it out, the job-ATI 14 xml file still had dntec518 instead of dntec521. Changing it fixed it
Yes, I couldn't find the right file on the server.
9) Message boards : Number crunching : Amd/ATI tasks (Message 8563)
Posted 3 Feb 2024 by Link
Post:
Try this:

<app_info>
 <app>
  <name>dnetc</name>
  <user_friendly_name>Distributed.net Client</user_friendly_name>
 </app>
 <file_info>
  <name>dnetc_wrapper_1.5_windows_x86_64.exe</name>
  <executable/>
 </file_info>
 <file_info>
  <name>dnetc521-win64-amd64.exe</name>
  <executable/>
 </file_info>
 <file_info>
  <name>dnetc_wrapper_1.5_windows_intelx86__ati14.exe</name>
  <executable/>
 </file_info>
 <file_info>
  <name>dnetc521-win32-x86-stream.exe</name>
  <executable/>
 </file_info>
 <file_info>
  <name>dnetc_wrapper_1.5_windows_intelx86__opencl_nvidia_101.exe</name>
  <executable/>
 </file_info>
 <file_info>
  <name>dnetc521-win32-x86-opencl.exe</name>
  <executable/>
 </file_info>
 <file_info>
  <name>dnetc-cpu-1.4.ini</name>
 </file_info>
 <file_info>
  <name>dnetc-gpu-1.5.ini</name>
 </file_info>
 <file_info>
  <name>job-win64-521.1.xml</name>
 </file_info>
 <file_info>
  <name>job-ati14-1.00.xml</name>
 </file_info>
 <file_info>
  <name>job-win32-opencl-521.1.xml</name>
 </file_info>
 <app_version>
  <app_name>dnetc</app_name>
  <version_num>105</version_num>
  <file_ref>
   <file_name>dnetc_wrapper_1.5_windows_x86_64.exe</file_name>
   <main_program/>
  </file_ref>
  <file_ref>
   <file_name>dnetc521-win64-amd64.exe</file_name>
   <copy_file/>
  </file_ref>
  <file_ref>
   <file_name>dnetc-cpu-1.4.ini</file_name>
   <open_name>dnetc.ini</open_name>
   <copy_file/>
  </file_ref>
  <file_ref>
   <file_name>job-win64-521.1.xml</file_name>
   <open_name>job.xml</open_name>
   <copy_file/>
  </file_ref>
 </app_version>
 <app_version>
  <app_name>dnetc</app_name>
  <version_num>105</version_num>
  <avg_ncpus>0.01</avg_ncpus>
  <max_ncpus>0.01</max_ncpus>
  <plan_class>ati14</plan_class>
  <coproc>
   <type>ATI</type>
   <count>1</count>
  </coproc>
  <file_ref>
   <file_name>dnetc_wrapper_1.5_windows_intelx86__ati14.exe</file_name>
   <main_program/>
  </file_ref>
  <file_ref>
   <file_name>dnetc521-win32-x86-stream.exe</file_name>
   <copy_file/>
  </file_ref>
  <file_ref>
   <file_name>dnetc-gpu-1.5.ini</file_name>
   <open_name>dnetc.ini</open_name>
   <copy_file/>
  </file_ref>
  <file_ref>
   <file_name>job-ati14-1.00.xml</file_name>
   <open_name>job.xml</open_name>
   <copy_file/>
  </file_ref>
 </app_version>
 <app_version>
  <app_name>dnetc</app_name>
  <version_num>105</version_num>
  <avg_ncpus>1.00</avg_ncpus>
  <max_ncpus>1.00</max_ncpus>
  <plan_class>opencl_nvidia_101</plan_class>
  <coproc>
   <type>NVIDIA</type>
   <count>1</count>
  </coproc>
  <file_ref>
   <file_name>dnetc_wrapper_1.5_windows_intelx86__opencl_nvidia_101.exe</file_name>
   <main_program/>
  </file_ref>
  <file_ref>
   <file_name>dnetc521-win32-x86-opencl.exe</file_name>
   <copy_file/>
  </file_ref>
  <file_ref>
   <file_name>dnetc-gpu-1.5.ini</file_name>
   <open_name>dnetc.ini</open_name>
   <copy_file/>
  </file_ref>
  <file_ref>
   <file_name>job-win32-opencl-521.1.xml</file_name>
   <open_name>job.xml</open_name>
   <copy_file/>
  </file_ref>
 </app_version>
</app_info>


You need these files in your Moo! directory:
http://moowrap.net/download/dnetc_wrapper_1.5_windows_x86_64.exe
http://moowrap.net/download/dnetc_wrapper_1.5_windows_intelx86__ati14.exe
http://moowrap.net/download/dnetc_wrapper_1.5_windows_intelx86__opencl_nvidia_101.exe
http://moowrap.net/download/dnetc521-win64-amd64.exe
http://moowrap.net/download/dnetc521-win32-x86-stream.exe
http://moowrap.net/download/dnetc521-win32-x86-opencl.exe
http://moowrap.net/download/dnetc-cpu-1.4.ini
http://moowrap.net/download/dnetc-gpu-1.5.ini
http://moowrap.net/download/job-win64-521.1.xml
http://moowrap.net/download/job-ati14-1.00.xml
http://moowrap.net/download/job-win32-opencl-521.1.xml

Hope it works, I can't test it myself. I've set CPU usage for the Nvidia application to 1.00 since that's what the app is using on your system, so it will run one ATI WU, one Nvidia WU and one CPU WU on your dual core system.
10) Message boards : Number crunching : Amd/ATI tasks (Message 8561)
Posted 3 Feb 2024 by Link
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Well, if you want also CPU WUs from Moo!, than you'll have to include that in the app_info.xml too, just like the Nvidia app. You can copy it from one of your other computers, for example on this one you have both the Nvidia app and the CPU app. If you need help, you'll need to post here <app_version> from your client_state.xml for Nvidia OpenCL, I don't have that one since my GTX 275 runs only the CUDA app.
11) Message boards : Number crunching : Amd/ATI tasks (Message 8556)
Posted 2 Feb 2024 by Link
Post:
also its the HD 4200 IGP, so isn't it the RS880? at least according to techpowerup, unless its just a relabel.
Check with GPU-Z. If it reports something, that doesn't make sense for RV610, you might need to reinstall the driver (get the right one from AMD, not via Windows Update). The RS880 should have OpenCL 1.0, but that's not enough for Moo!, it needs 1.1, but it's good to have the right driver for it anyway.


I'm going to try to overclock the 4200 a bit since if it dies I'll disable it anyway
If it's HD 4200 IGP, it's embedded into the northbridge and than if it dies, the entire motherboard might be permanently "disabled". That can happen even if it's a separate chip. What motherboard do you have, it should be pretty easy to find out what GPU it is, if you simply check the specs of the motherboard.
12) Message boards : Number crunching : Amd/ATI tasks (Message 8553)
Posted 2 Feb 2024 by Link
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Had the same issue with my HD3850, ended up downloading all needed files manually and writing my own app_info.xml. Hope this will work for you too.

If you are talking about this computer, you'll have to include the Nvida application in the app_info.xml, all the information about it you can find in your client_state.xml.

Don't be surprised about the low performance, the RV610 GPU has 52 GFLOPS FP32 @650MHz, not sure how fast your is clocked, since it's not in the list. But that's just 1/3 of the GeForce GT 610 sitting in this computer.
13) Questions and Answers : Windows : Nvidia tasks all Computation error out (Message 8550)
Posted 15 Jan 2024 by Link
Post:
after enabling my intel gpu in bios to use a multi monitor setup, it did it again. I found a post from 2018 stating the same issue with a 1050ti and intel graphics, apparently with the 1050ti if intel graphics are enabled moo wrapper tries to use it for computation, and fails.
Tried disabling the Intel GPU in cc_config.xml?

<cc_config>
 <options>
  <ignore_intel_dev>0</ignore_intel_dev>
 </options>
</cc_config>
14) Questions and Answers : Windows : Nvidia tasks all Computation error out (Message 8545)
Posted 14 Jan 2024 by Link
Post:
Than no idea, "The operating system cannot run %1" is a very generic message and can be caused by nearly anything according to google, usually however some kind of permissions issue or missing dlls or something like that.
15) Questions and Answers : Windows : Nvidia tasks all Computation error out (Message 8540)
Posted 13 Jan 2024 by Link
Post:
The operating system cannot run %1.
This might be the "reason". Is the entire BOINC data dir excluded from AV scanning?
16) Questions and Answers : Windows : Nvidia tasks all Computation error out (Message 8536)
Posted 12 Jan 2024 by Link
Post:
It might be it, its currently on 457 but the latest is over 540, ill try that
According to std_err it was using 537.13:
22:10:44 (3740): device: OpenCL: NVIDIA GPU 0: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (driver version 537.13, device version OpenCL 3.0 CUDA, 4096MB, 4096MB available, 2138 GFLOPS peak)

Can't find any not abandoned tasks, that were using the new drivers. Have you not report any of the new ones to the servers?

Perhaps you need to uninstall the drivers properly, maybe even with DDU before installing the new ones if standard uninstallation can't clean up everything properly, in general the version in computer details should match the version in the std_err, if it doesn't, than there's some kind of mess with the driver, usually from updating them without uninstalling the old ones before.

EDIT: I see you had an AMD card in that system before, did you uninstall it properly? If not, that's likely the issue.

You can still uninstall everything in the device manager if you enable devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices (Google it if necessary). Without any connection to the internet, uninstall all present and non-present AMD and Nvidia cards (and non-present Intel GPUs if any), tell Windows also to remove any drivers for those cards when it asks, reboot, install new Nvidia drivers (still without internet connection), reboot and than connect to internet. Try Moo! again and make sure it reports the tasks to the server if they error out again, so I can see the std_err output.
17) Questions and Answers : Windows : Nvidia tasks all Computation error out (Message 8533)
Posted 11 Jan 2024 by Link
Post:
The nvidia drivers you use on that computer, are that those that Windows installed by itself? Try updating to the latest for your card, i.e. 546.33, directly from nvidia.
18) Message boards : Number crunching : Moo Wrapper runs 1 project on 2 GPU but gets stuck on 93.840%. (Message 8530)
Posted 3 Dec 2023 by Link
Post:
https://moowrap.net/show_host_detail.php?hostid=1317434
https://moowrap.net/show_host_detail.php?hostid=1326673

Because they run the OpenCL and not the CUDA app, OpenCL uses only one GPU per task. You can create an app_info.xml file to run only the OpenCL app as suggested above, if you post the file names for all files that belong to that application (like in the Linux thread), I can help you with that (my GTX 275 runs only the CUDA app, so I don't have the files for the OpenCL app).
19) Message boards : Number crunching : Moo Wrapper runs 1 project on 2 GPU but gets stuck on 93.840%. (Message 8529)
Posted 3 Dec 2023 by Link
Post:
Not sure if it makes a difference for credits ?
No, you get simply 8 credits per crunched block.
20) Message boards : Wish list : New request for Intel GPU support (Message 8524)
Posted 14 Oct 2023 by Link
Post:
You can try to run the OpenCL app on your Intel GPU using annonymous platform, just copy it from one of your other computers. The app is the same for AMD and nVidia, distributed.net does not offer it for Intel officially, but here it was running on an Intel GPU for some weird reason, in general it should work. You could first run the benchmark of the dnetc app, to see if and how it runs, but the main issue will be the missing possibility to choose a "core" for the OpenCL app, so it might be running very inefficient. I'm not really sure, but it might be possible to choose the core by modifying the dnetc-gpu-1.x.ini file, I can give you some hints if you want to try.

Regarding the wish list section of the forums, the admin here stopped posting over 3 years ago (and crunching even earlier), so currently I don't expect any new features to be implemented, the server might be running by itself since than and might disappear at any time.


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