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Distributed Hardware Evolution Project

Unread postby MichaelDHEP » 23.05.2018 02:23

Hallo! Es tut mir leid, mein Deutsch ist nicht sehr gut!..

But I'd like to announce that the Distributed Hardware Evolution Project is back online! At http://www.dhep.ga if you'd like to resume clocking stats all previous ones have been kept!..

For those who haven't heard of it you can host an island containing hardware designs evolving with a Genetic Algorithm to be super-reliable and signal when they're failing. Read more here: https://www.newscientist.com/article/dn ... tal-world/ and in your own site here http://www.rechenkraft.net/wiki/index.php?title=DHE

Best of luck and any questions don't hesitate to get in touch!.

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Re: Distributed Hardware Evolution Project

Unread postby Michael H.W. Weber » 23.05.2018 12:35

Very nice of you to inform us directly in our forum. Thanks a lot. :D
If I understand correctly, it is not a BOINC project? Ever thought of integrating it? If so, please ask Yoyo...

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Re: Distributed Hardware Evolution Project

Unread postby MichaelDHEP » 23.05.2018 13:07

Hello Michael thanks for your reply. Yes plan is to get it on BOINC eventually. We're in the middle of writing up a publication at the moment and tweaking some performance aspects of the server. However yes I understand there are some technicalities to getting a cross platform Java client on BOINC but we'll do our best.

But for now you can get a head start in the stats! ;) ;)
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Re: Distributed Hardware Evolution Project

Unread postby xTnT » 23.05.2018 17:46

So hab mich mal kurzweilig damit beschäftigt. So wie es ausschaut läuft es auf meinem Rechner. Was mir unklar ist, es gibt zur Zeit drei Teameinträge (alte), ist es nicht ratsam wenn sich alle unter einen abgestimmten Teamnamen eintragen? So habe mich jetzt unter Rechenkraft.net_Germany Team "registriert".
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Re: Distributed Hardware Evolution Project

Unread postby ClaudiusD » 23.05.2018 19:38

Hab mich mal auch unter Rechenkraft.net_Germany registriert, sogar mit oldschool [RKN] vorm Namen ;D

MichaelDHEP - it seems that max concurrent cores are 10? Is this intended or should the client use more of them? Would love to see this integrated in BOINC, much easier to manage.
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Re: Distributed Hardware Evolution Project

Unread postby Michael H.W. Weber » 24.05.2018 08:01

Ich würde ja eher vorschlagen, beim Projektleiter anzufragen, ob wir das Team in Rechenkraft.net umbenennen können...

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Re: Distributed Hardware Evolution Project

Unread postby yoyo » 24.05.2018 08:25

Michael H.W. Weber wrote:Ich würde ja eher vorschlagen, beim Projektleiter anzufragen, ob wir das Team in Rechenkraft.net umbenennen können...

Michael.

ICh denke dass der Teamname implizit angelegt wird durch den Namen den man im Client angegeben hat. Ein umbenennen wird da nicht reichen.
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Re: Distributed Hardware Evolution Project

Unread postby MichaelDHEP » 25.05.2018 01:03

ClaudiusD wrote:MichaelDHEP - it seems that max concurrent cores are 10? Is this intended or should the client use more of them? Would love to see this integrated in BOINC, much easier to manage.

You are correct. That is a limitation of the installer. I wasn't aware of this until a few days ago. It's on our tracking system to get sorted. In the meantime you can spawn more cores manually following the "Manual Installation with GUI" instructions at http://www.dhep.ga/download.php#winnt .
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Re: Distributed Hardware Evolution Project

Unread postby MichaelDHEP » 26.05.2018 02:48

ClaudiusD wrote:MichaelDHEP - it seems that max concurrent cores are 10?.


How many cores do you have?
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Re: Distributed Hardware Evolution Project

Unread postby ClaudiusD » 26.05.2018 13:23

I use an AMD Threaripper, so 16 cores or 32 threads.
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Re: Distributed Hardware Evolution Project

Unread postby MichaelDHEP » 26.05.2018 14:36

OK thanks we'll try and get an installer out that supports that ASAP.

We'll look at getting onto BOINC too but that may take a little longer.

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Re: Distributed Hardware Evolution Project

Unread postby Michael H.W. Weber » 28.05.2018 09:13

MichaelDHEP wrote:We'll look at getting onto BOINC too but that may take a little longer.

As suggested above: You may ask Yoyo to get it integrated as a Yoyo@home subproject by using the wrapper...

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