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The Lattice Project is the research in grid computing conducted by the Laboratory of Molecular Evolution. It can also refer to the grid computing system that is currently in production at the University of Maryland. We were initially motivated by the need for more computing power for our own research, but our development of the grid system has always been with general, non-domain-specific use in mind. In fact, the majority of our users have been other researchers at the University of Maryland. Join us!

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    Newest GARLI workunits take some time to show progress

    Workunits in the newest batches of GARLI workunits released won't be using a feature that speeds up input file processing since it potentially introduces a bug. So, if your workunit doesn't show signs of progress for the first couple of hours, don't be alarmed and let it continue! Unfortunately, GARLI won't checkpoint during this phase.
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    I've just upgraded the server software and web pages, so please let me know if you notice anything amiss. As part of this upgrade, the credit granting should now follow the new BOINC system; hopefully this will address some of the recent complaints about credit granted being erratic and/or too low. As always, your feedback is welcome and your participation much appreciated.
    Created: Nov. 26, 2013, 7:15 p.m. (modified): Nov. 26, 2013, 7:15 p.m.

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  • linux-32-bitDistributed computing supported client platform. Linux (32-bit) The Lattice Project can run on Linux (32-bit).
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