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DIDS
01-31-01, 07:13 AM
Has anyone noticed a slowdown in processing WU's? I use to process 1 unit every 2 hours. Now I am lucky to process 1 unit every 6 hours.



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Charlie
01-31-01, 11:50 AM
Hey DIDS,
It all depends on what you get.
Villindes seem to run slightly longer than villins,
actin bindings are the worst of all
and hairpins are the best that you can hope for.

Charlie

balakov10
01-31-01, 11:54 AM
how can you tell?

ssjDoh
01-31-01, 01:48 PM
ahh, that helps a lot...hehe, I thought my computer was messed cause it would take me 2 hours per unit (instead of my normal 20 min or so)

Hehem I scan disked and defrag...it did help...but I guess at the same time, I got a different protein to fold http://www.speedguide.net/ubb/tongue.gif

balakov10
02-01-01, 12:01 AM
is that what I should be looking for?


xyzfile:
" 177 betahairpin
1 CH3 -11.476904 -16.050227 44.179484 7 2
..."
keyfile:
"parameters ./opls.prm
NOVERSION
ARCHIVE

cutoff 16.0
taper 12.0

..."
Got work, writing checkpoint file
Starting run
Writing local files: project.xyz project.key.

Charlie
02-01-01, 12:35 AM
That's the one yes.....betahairpin is the fastest so far


Charlie

[This message has been edited by Charlie (edited 01-31-2001).]

DIDS
02-01-01, 12:37 AM
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Charlie:
Hey DIDS,
It all depends on what you get.
Villindes seem to run slightly longer than villins,
actin bindings are the worst of all
and hairpins are the best that you can hope for.

Charlie</font>


That explains it. I seem to only be getting Protein: ACTIN BINDING lately. Atleast it isn't something wrong with my PC. Thanks for the Info!


Regards,

DIDS