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ethomaz wrote:I tested VirtualBox 3.0, but the current version doesn’t support 2 or more core for 64bits Guests.

I’m using VirtualBox 3.0.4 r50677 on a windows Vista x64 machine with 8GB of mem. I set the memory for the VM at 1024MB, created a bridged virtual network adapter, and set the of processors to 2 (this one is a E8500). It sees them just fine and my proc utilization on the host machine’s task manager stays at 98 100%. (which is really cool that you can create a custom iso on the fly like that!)

It doesn’t share processor time with the host machine as transparently as if you were just running the windows SMP client in the background but the computer is still usable. (unlike when I tried the same thing under VMware’s free thing)

Shinare wrote:It doesn’t share processor time with the host machine as transparently as if you were just running the windows SMP client in the background but the computer is still usable. That way it should behave a bit better. Don’t know how you do that in VirtualBox though.

The Model M is not for the faint of heart. You either like them or hate them.

Gerbils unite! Fold for UnitedGerbilNation, team 2630.

Shinare wrote:Ah, I’ll have to look into that. I figured they did that by default and didn’t even think about it.

All Folding client “worker” processes, Linux or Windows or OS X, run in low priority. However, if you are running them inside of a VM, you have the VM processes to worry about as well, which is normal priority by default. Just more things to pay attention to.

The Model M is not for the faint of heart. You either like them or hate them.

Gerbils unite! Fold for UnitedGerbilNation, team 2630.

notfred wrote:Have you tried checking the box “ pandora charms uk Ignore asynchronous clocks” in Fahmon > Preferences > Monitoring tab? That should let it work with clients with different times on them.

Yes, I’ve had that set since my W2K Barton decided to quit keeping time accurately (years ago). It doesn’t work for this, for whatever reason.
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On another topic, for those interested, it appears there’s a way to run 4 cores in VMware. Linux (which is what my diskless stuff uses) and every OS (apart from Windows) expects the RTC in UTC and not localtime.

Yeah, windows sucks in that regard. It would be much simpler to do it the linux (and every other OS) way. To do everything internally with UTC and only fix it to local time when it’s displa pandora charms uk yed. Basically what i was looking to do was to get the VM thinking my local time was UTC, so that my local time ended up in the logs and windows (and fahmon) would be play nice with the timestamps. It seemed to work, the log files showed my local time as the timestamps, pandora charms uk but fahmon still showed a 4hr discrepancy.

When I got home today I had an error (forgot what it was, but the VM was still folding). Peter Anvin

Could not find kernel image: linuxI found a thread from a couple years ago with the same error, but I have been running fine since the weekend with the notfred image. do you have the virtual root option on?

could someone help me with the steps to fix this?

New kernel will support more hardware (especially more recent motherboard onboard ethernet controllers), it’s not really a performance change. The VM time offset of 0 should help new installs in a VM work with the correct time zone to make monitoring in FAHMon (or similar) a lot easier may not have to enable async clocks in FAHMon.

Can you point to the fix “tear” did and I’ll see if I can include it in the next version. I just upgraded to Ubuntu 9.10 and it doesn’t currently build (probably need to move up the glibc version) so the next version will fix the building issues.

notfred wrote:To be honest I haven’t been keeping a sharp lookout at it. I also run two copies of the SMP client. Given that I often see a core_a1 WU on it, I’ve given up chasing the max performance for a setup.