Posts by Daniel


1) Message boards : Number crunching : Feeder not running (Message 51690)
Posted 1437 days ago by Daniel
I'm having the same problem as JZD.
I can't upload my completed tasks.
2) Message boards : News : mcgi, new beta app (Message 546)
Posted 1589 days ago by Daniel
What does the new application do ?
3) Message boards : Number crunching : Server error: feeder not running (Message 510)
Posted 1602 days ago by Daniel
Hello,

I can't report my finished results because of the following error ...

30/11/2013 7:42:37 PM | ibercivis | Server error: feeder not running
4) Message boards : Science : Application Descriptions (Message 322)
Posted 1758 days ago by Daniel
It would be nice if you gave brief descriptions about what each of the applications does.

At the moment I can only see the application names and I have little idea about what they do (especially "GROMACS based calculations" and "soluvel")

I see that there is more information if I follow the "ibercivis main page" link, but it is in a language I don't understand.
5) Questions and Answers : Web site : Fallos en la página. Bugs in the web (Message 318)
Posted 1758 days ago by Daniel
When I go to the "Server Status"-> "Jobs" page I see that the types of jobs are "bindsurf", "biosoft" & "conjecturas".

These names don't all match the names on the "Applications" page.

I see "Bindsurf: Massively Parallel Drug Discovery", but I can only guess that "conjecturas" is referring to the "Search for wilson primes" and "biosoft" is the "Drug liberation simulations at the nanoscale".

It would be nice if these names matched up so that you could easily tell which jobs go with which application.
6) Questions and Answers : Web site : Fallos en la página. Bugs in the web (Message 314)
Posted 1758 days ago by Daniel
When I go to "ibercivis preferences" and "Run only the selected applications", I see that "Search for wilson primes" appears twice.

I think it should only appear once, or if it is referring to 2 different application versions (i.e. 0.07 & 0.10) then it should say so.