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  • 19/01/2019: XANSONS for COD, 705 new structures

    New COD entries are added.

    Update. All WUs are sent to the hosts.

  • 19/01/2019: WEP-M+2 Project, 12-digit factor of P2203 has now been found by the project...

    ...171176 times - still no sign of any larger factors

  • 17/01/2019: NumberFields@home, Server acting up

    You may have noticed, connection to the server has been intermittent over the last day or so. That's because it has been rebooting itself randomly.

    System logs pointed to either a bad port (or MoBo), bad SATA cable, or bad SSD. We think we narrowed it down to a bad Mother Board. We swapped the SSD into a new server and it appears to be working again, but we are watching it closely.

  • 17/01/2019: MilkyWay@home, Micromanaging CPU vs GPU Workunit Limits

    Hey Everyone,

    I will be tweaking some config options on the server to better improve database stability and allow for stockpiling of more workunits by GPU users.

    The new workunit limits should be as follows:
    600 total
    200 GPU (Per GPU up to 600)
    40 CPU (Per CPU up to 600)
    120 total
    20 CPU (Per CPU up to 120)

    Hopefully you guys notice this on your end. If we notice we are running out of workunits more frequently on the server, I will increase the workunit cache a bit.

    Let me know what you all think about these numbers and how it is working for you.


  • 16/01/2019: MilkyWay@home, New Separation Runs

    Hey Everyone,

    Just wanted you all to know I put up some new separation runs. These runs are back to fitting 3 streams and are bundled in groups of 5. The names of these runs are:


    If you have any trouble with these runs, please let me know.

    Thank you all for your continued support.


  • 15/01/2019: RakeSearch, Results of the first half of January 2019!

    Dear folks!

    New Year and holidays! Many people who traveled in Karelia in these days returned home with memories about the magic of coniferous forests, deep star-filled sky, Ruskeala, and other fascinating views of winter nature. Snow and ice - main painters and architects of nature of this time. Thousands of years ago they created many landscape details that we can view now... and left. Ice Age is over. But they back every winter to building of ice bridges, decoration forest, and form of huge snow drifts - for storing water, that very need for life after spring prompting. But what is snow? Snow is ice also! Millions and billions tiny and beautiful ice crystals that form in the atmosphere and gently lowering to the ground. Snowflake! Snowflake unites snow and ice and became the symbol of this month!

    Many interesting facts about snowflakes you can read at Dr. Kenneth G. Libbrecht site - One of the photographs from this site became a badge (with the permission of the author) with which we congratulate the following 183 participants:

    JZD and [AF>Amis des Lapins] Phil1966 (L'Alliance Francophone),
    fix and [DPC]Division_Brabant~Cow_tipping (Dutch Power Cows),
    gato and [AF>Amis des Lapins] Ceclo (L'Alliance Francophone),
    Igal and [AF>Libristes]MortelKni (L'Alliance Francophone),
    adams and jiri kovar (LITOMYSL Boinc Team Czech Republic),
    ladmo and [AF>Libristes]cguillem (L'Alliance Francophone),
    Heikki and [AF>Libristes] Elorak (L'Alliance Francophone),
    raddoc and Karelian Center for Gender Studies (Karelia),
    Server and [AF>HFR>RR] alipse (L'Alliance Francophone),
    arkiss and scole of TSBT (The Scottish Boinc Team),
    Arbnos and Pavel_Kirpichenko (Astronomy.Ru Forum),
    newblar and Skywalker@Athens (Macedonia is Greek!),
    hajaumea and [AF] Skinny06 (L'Alliance Francophone),
    matemajor and Michael H.W. Weber (,
    Andreas64 and Egon olsen ( Team),
    Millenium and Steve Dodd (The Planetary Society),
    Sengieffe and LeChat51X (L'Alliance Francophone),
    Drumheller and Thyler Durden@P3D (Planet 3DNow!),
    Hartmut 53 and Rhodan71 (L'Alliance Francophone),
    HighTech67 and [SG]KidDoesCrunch (SETI.Germany),
    WTBroughton and UBT - Mikeejones (UK BOINC Team),
    Michael Polla and [DPC]Blah.NET (Dutch Power Cows),
    User (Karelia) and EarlyBird@Zircons (BOINC@Taiwan),
    Bok (SETI.USA) and Matthias Lehmkuhl (SETI.Germany),
    shiva (SETI.USA) and Johannes Elsner (Planet 3DNow!),
    frankhagen (gigo) and joe carnivore (,
    ale4316 (Ukraine) and [SG-FC]schilli74 (SETI.Germany),
    saiz (Team China) and owensse (The Planetary Society),
    Casey ([H]ardOCP) and [DPC] hansR (Dutch Power Cows),
    FourOh (SETI.USA) and BlisteringSheep (Ars Technica),
    pututu ([H]ardOCP) and Sergey Zhikhorev (Russia Team),
    kekkonen (Karelia) and Alez (The Scottish Boinc Team),
    ID4 (SETI.Germany) and ????? ????????????? (Karelia),
    KR Center (Karelia) and eLPeCKo (Czech National Team),
    Louis (CANAL@Boinc) and entigy (Team England (Boinc)),
    Werinbert (Free-DC) and (Karelia),
    Jeff17 (BOINCstats) and boceli (Czech National Team),
    Kodeks IT (Karelia) and ERBrouwer (Dutch Power Cows),
    europe64 (europe64) and PDW (OcUK - Overclockers UK),
    -jb- (SETI.Germany) and Uwe-Bergstedt (SETI.Germany),
    Inya (SETI.Germany) and Shaman (Czech National Team),
    Odd-Rod (BOINCstats) and killik (Czech National Team),
    conf [MM] (SETI.USA) and [SG-2W]Kurzer (SETI.Germany),
    Coleslaw ([H]ardOCP) and planetclown (Crunching@EVGA),
    morgan (Team Norway) and Bigos2 (Czech National Team),
    axels (SETI.Germany) and polarbeardj (Crunching@EVGA),
    el_teniente (Russia) and [SG]MichaelR. (SETI.Germany),
    purplecfh (SETI.USA) and fax ( Team),
    JonS (UK BOINC Team) and Ralfy (BOINC Confederation),
    MacRuh (SETI.Germany) and Kosta (Czech National Team),
    Topper (SETI.Germany) and MaxAMD400 (,
    Nexuss (SETI.Germany) and Pjotr Panski (SETI.Germany),
    Conan (Cobar Spiders) and [B@P] Daniel (BOINC@Poland),
    cluster-krc (Karelia) and [SG] ronaldo (SETI.Germany),
    Fornax (SETI.Germany) and UBT - Timbo (UK BOINC Team),
    Gaucho (SETI.Germany) and Skivelitis2 (,
    Beyond (Ars Technica) and arctic light (SETI.Germany),
    pons66 (SETI.Germany) and [SGa]HeNiNnG (SETI.Germany),
    lydy1993 (Team China) and robbysites (Crunching@EVGA),
    Mumps [MM] (SETI.USA) and Astronomy.Karelia (Karelia),
    jozef j (Russia Team) and BritishBob (,
    taurec (SETI.Germany) and [SG-FC]shka (SETI.Germany),
    RoE187 (SETI.Germany) and bcavnaugh (Crunching@EVGA),
    whowhere (AUGE@BOINC) and ReaDy (Astronomy.Ru Forum),
    yodap (Crunching@EVGA) and nexiagsi16v (SETI.Germany),
    JohnMD (BOINC@Denmark) and [SG-FC] oki (SETI.Germany),
    VietOZ (XtremeSystems) and RobertN (Dutch Power Cows),
    Dan Sargent (SETI.USA) and PC-COLLEGE (SETI.Germany),
    Luigi R. (BOINC.Italy) and Landjunge (Planet 3DNow!),
    Argento (BOINC@Poland) and LCB001 (Hardware Canucks),
    GLeeM (TeAm AnandTech) and SG-Booster (SETI.Germany),
    SergOZ (Crystal Dream) and BlackGoose05 (Team Biss!),
    Timothy Mullican (USA) and Adam J Bavier ([H]ardOCP),
    JagDoc (Planet 3DNow!) and [SG] Felix (SETI.Germany),
    RFGuy_KCCO ([H]ardOCP) and Roadranner (SETI.Germany),
    Natalia (Crystal Dream) and hoarfrost (Crystal Dream),
    Gipsel (Planet 3DNow!) and KPX (Czech National Team),
    Dario666 (BOINC@Poland) and HK-Steve (Crunching@EVGA),
    Chipotle (Ars Technica) and Vincent Dark (Team China),
    Uli2* (Sicituradastra.) and freestman (Chinese Dream),
    zzuupp (TeAm AnandTech) and ankyungha (SETIKAH@KOREA),
    herby44 (Planet 3DNow!) and glennpat (XtremeSystems),
    sergamena (Russia Team) and CoolAtchOk (Russia Team),
    Shmya-2 (Crystal Dream) and Dennis-TW (SETI.Germany),
    Dingo (BOINC@AUSTRALIA) and declis (,
    ????? ??????? (Karelia) and pschoefer (SETI.Germany),
    Crunch3r (BOINC United) and XSmeagolX (SETI.Germany),
    Hoshione (SETI.Germany) and n2morrow (SETIKAH@KOREA),
    kashi (BOINC@AUSTRALIA) and Scoope (,
    Freezing (SETI.Germany) and HenkM (Dutch Power Cows),
    whizbang (Ars Technica) and Paulteo (Crunching@EVGA),
    ssjy806 (SETIKAH@KOREA).

    And of course, thank you for all participants for a donation of CPU time and attention to the project!
    Also, we send our congratulations to Ralfy - the first participant who return to the # 1 of rank by total credit, and SETI.USA - that overtake Ars Technica team and led the teams ranking.

    Happy crunching!

  • 15/01/2019: nanoHUB@home, Running again

    The "temporary" slowdown ran longer than we thought it would. The systems that send nanoHUB jobs to BOINC had significant updates. The BOINC server will be down briefly sometime in the next few days as we increase the server size to support more running WUs. We will post an update on that shutdown as soon as we know.

  • 14/01/2019: Rosetta@Home, Another publication in Nature describing the first de novo designed proteins with anti-cancer activity

    A report was published in Nature last week describing the first de novo designed proteins with anti-cancer activity.

    These compact molecules were designed to stimulate the same receptors as IL-2, a powerful immunotherapeutic drug, while avoiding unwanted off-target receptor interactions. We believe this is just the first of many computer-generated cancer drugs with enhanced specificity and potency.

    R@h participants provided computing for forward folding experiments used in this study which helped validate designs. We'd like to congratulate and thank all R@h volunteers who contributed to this work! Thank you!

    Read the full article here: (PDF)

  • 14/01/2019: GoofyxGrid@Home NCI, Maintance break #21

    I need make some updates on both servers, but I will wait until server will dry out from WU

  • 12/01/2019: NumberFields@home, User consent required for stats export

    If you want your stats exported, you will need to check the consent box on the project preferences page.

    In a couple days, the stats export mechanism will be changed, and if this consent is not given, then the default will be to NOT export your stats.

    Sorry for the inconvenience, but this was necessary due to the recent GDPR regulations.

  • 11/01/2019: SETI@Home, Little bits of previously unfinished data.

    You may have noticed occasional bits of data from years past showing up in your queue. While running a completeness check I noticed some files that had never been completely analyzed. Some may have fallen through the cracks. Some may just be bad data that never made it through the splitters. I'm going to trickle them into the queue when the Arecibo queue is empty, just in case.

  • 09/01/2019: LHC@Home, Consent required to export statistics

    Following the implementation of GDPR compliance with BOINC, user consent is now required to export BOINC statistics from LHC@home to BOINC statistics sites, such as BOINC stats.

    To grant your consent, please login to the LHC@home site and update your project preferences. Once logged on to the LHC@home site, please navigate to the Project Preferences page.

    Click on "Edit preferences" and then tick the box on the line:
    "Do you consent to exporting your data to BOINC statistics aggregation Web sites?"

    This will enable continued export of statistics from LHC@home for your BOINC user account. If you leave the box unchecked, statistics should no longer be exported.

    Thanks for your contributions to LHC@home!

  • 08/01/2019: NumberFields@home, Server upgrade

    I just upgraded the project server, including the web code. Things appear to be working properly, but please report anything out of the ordinary. Thanks!

  • 08/01/2019: Universe@Home, Server site maintenance break between 11th and 13th January

    I just get message form server room staff:

    "Dear all
    A big shutdown of our network is coming!
    Due to the measurements of the power grid, we have to switch off
    the computer network in the whole building from 11 to 13 January 2019.
    During this time, no computers will be working and even there will be
    no voltage in the electrical sockets.
    We are very sorry for the inconvenience, but we have little influence on it.
    Best regards

  • 08/01/2019: nanoHUB@home, Temporary slowdown

    We had several major software updates on January 7 on the nanoHUB servers that produce work for this project. Due to these updates, we are not producing new workunits right now. We will resume production in the next day or so.

  • 07/01/2019: SETI@Home, Science database crash...

    We had a minor science database crash today that brought work generation to a halt. Everything appears to be OK with no data losses. We should [be] entirely back up at this point, but I'll keep checking things out.

  • 06/01/2019: PrimeGrid, Conjunction of Venus & Jupiter Challenge starts in 8 hours!

    In about 8 hours, at 5:43:00 UTC January 7th, we kick off our 2019 challenge series with a 15 day SoB (Seventeen or Bust) challenge.

    As with last year, the goal of this challenge is to accelerate the SoB double check. With a good challenge this year, we may be able to complete the double check in 2019!

    More information and discussion about the challenge can be found in this forum thread.

  • 05/01/2019: XANSONS for COD, No new structures today

    Probably due to the holidays, less than 20 new structures were added to the Crystallography Open Database over the past two weeks. It will be better to process them along with the next bunch (January 19th).

  • 04/01/2019: World Community Grid, Planned Maintenance on Tuesday, January 8 (Completed)

    We are updating the storage system on our servers on Tuesday, January 8, beginning at 15:00 UTC.

  • 04/01/2019: World Community Grid, Planned Maintenance on Tuesday, January 8

    We are updating the storage system on our servers on Tuesday, January 8, beginning at 15:00 UTC.

  • 04/01/2019: Rosetta@Home, Nature article on IPD work voted ?2018 Reader?s Choice?

    Readers of Nature?s News & Views selected an article about our work as their 2018 Reader?s Choice!

    The article, written by Roberto Chica of University of Ottawa, does a fantastic job detailing our recent publication on de novo fluorescence-activating proteins ? and the challenges of de novo protein design more generally.

  • 04/01/2019: Rosetta@Home, New publication in Nature: programmable heterodimers

    A new report was recently published in Nature describing the design of proteins that mimic DNA.

    Using computational design, heterodimeric proteins that form double helices with hydrogen-bond mediated specificity were created. When a pool of these new protein zippers gets melted and then allowed to refold, only the proper pairings form. They are all-against-all orthogonal. With these new tools in hand, it may be possible to construct large protein-based machines that self-assemble in predictable ways.

    Read the full article here: (PDF)

    We'd like to thank all Rosetta@home volunteers who contributed computing resources used in this work. Thank you!

  • 03/01/2019: RakeSearch, Closing web registration

    Dear participants,

    we are going to restrict registration via the website. New users will be allowed to register only via the client. It is due to a large number of spammer accounts. We plan to do this on January 6th. If you have any objections please write them on the forum.

    UPD: for web registration please use invitation code written on the front page.

    With best regards, Natalia.

  • 02/01/2019: RNA World, Merry Christmas

    Hi, I have dual Xeon, 88 thread machine running 24/7 nnd very reliable with VM installed, Im running LHC (VM too) 24/7 but want to crunch RNA too, possible to get some WUs or 1 pls? Want to help this project ... Thank you, Jirka

  • 01/01/2019: NumberFields@home, 2018 year in review

    Here are the main achievements for 2018:
    1. We created a new app to find all septic (degree 7) fields with discriminant less than 200E6. This search took about 6 months to complete and extended the previous best discriminant bound by a factor of 40. Many new degree 7 fields were found and added to the database. We are currently in the process of having the results published.
    2. The decic app completed the largest search to date over Q(?-2), dataset 13x271. The decic app also completed a bunch of smaller searches over the lower discriminant bounds for Q(?-5).
    3. We made some progress on a GPU app. We now have a multi-precision library (thanks Dan!) and I have started looking into how to port some of the pari functions. This is not a trivial problem and still expect it to take at least several more months.

    Happy New Year everyone!

  • 01/01/2019: RakeSearch, December 2018 totals

    Dear folks!

    Time of December 2018 is up and we publish of month totals! Total 2891 results with "permutational" ODLS were recieved and 1760 in second part of month. They were found by 147 participants and we send our congratulations to:

    jozef j (Russia Team) and Conan (Cobar Spiders),
    Hartmut 53 and [AF>Amis des Lapins] Phil1966 (L'Alliance Francophone),
    Andreas64 and [DPC]Division_Brabant~Cow_tipping (Dutch Power Cows),
    killik (Czech National Team) and europe64 (europe64)
    Ralfy (BOINC Confederation) and Stephen Uitti (Project Blue Book),
    Mumps [MM] (SETI.USA) and [AF>Libristes]cguillem (L'Alliance Francophone),
    Oleg (Russia Team) and [AF>EDLS] Jakez Sulli (L'Alliance Francophone),
    Uli2* (Sicituradastra.) and Landjunge (Planet 3DNow!),
    SergOZ (Crystal Dream) and whizbang (Ars Technica),
    morgan (Team Norway) and (Karelia),
    [B@P] Daniel (BOINC@Poland) and JonS (UK BOINC Team),
    Thyler Durden@P3D (Planet 3DNow!) and owensse (The Planetary Society),
    Egon olsen ( Team) and declis (,
    Vincent Dark (Team China) and saiz (Team China),
    Gipsel (Planet 3DNow!) and JagDoc (Planet 3DNow!),
    mikey (The Final Front Ear) and joe carnivore (,
    BritishBob ( and Astronomy.Karelia (Karelia),
    FourOh (SETI.USA) and Skywalker@Athens (Macedonia is Greek!),
    arkiss and Stavebni firma Bostik Porici (LITOMYSL Boinc Team Czech Republic),
    LCB001 (Hardware Canucks) and Tex1954 (,
    KR Center (Karelia) and KPX (Czech National Team),
    whowhere (AUGE@BOINC) and ????? ????????????? (Karelia),
    ReaDy (Astronomy.Ru Forum) and purplecfh (SETI.USA),
    [AF>Libristes] Elorak (L'Alliance Francophone) and matemajor,
    [SG-FC]shka (SETI.Germany) and [AF] Skinny06 (L'Alliance Francophone),
    sergamena (Russia Team) and cluster-krc (Karelia),
    Johannes Elsner (Planet 3DNow!) and [SG-2W]Kurzer (SETI.Germany),
    Kodeks IT (Karelia) and respawner (,
    newblar and PDW (OcUK - Overclockers UK),
    Soderstromm (Gridcoin) and Casey ([H]ardOCP),
    the-who (Team China) and frankhagen (gigo),
    ladmo and Shaman (Czech National Team),
    mike765321 and Frank [RKN] (,
    Crunch3r (BOINC United) and EarlyBird@Zircons (BOINC@Taiwan),
    amazing (SETIKAH@KOREA) and entigy (Team England (Boinc)),
    Karelian Center for Gender Studies (Karelia) and Chipotle (Ars Technica),
    ssjy806 (SETIKAH@KOREA) and ERBrouwer (Dutch Power Cows),
    ShmoogleOsukami (Gridcoin) and lydy1993 (Team China),
    rebel9 and Michael H.W. Weber (,
    RobertN (Dutch Power Cows) and CoolAtchOk (Russia Team),
    necavi (BOINC@Poland) and [DPC]Blah.NET (Dutch Power Cows),
    Timothy Mullican (USA) and n2morrow (SETIKAH@KOREA),
    ankyungha (SETIKAH@KOREA) and Jeff17 (BOINCstats),
    Shmya-2 (Crystal Dream) and boceli (Czech National Team),
    igos and [AF>Amis des Lapins] Ceclo (L'Alliance Francophone),
    matszpk and [AF>Occitania]franky82 (L'Alliance Francophone),
    BlisteringSheep (Ars Technica) and BlackGoose05 (Team Biss!),
    citerra (Russia Team) and pons66 (SETI.Germany),
    JugNut (BOINC@AUSTRALIA) and ????? ??????? (Karelia),
    Steve Dodd (The Planetary Society) and Butteroven (Everything2 Noders),
    Stimpy ( and Matthias Lehmkuhl (SETI.Germany),
    ????????????? ???? ?????????? ????? (Karelia) and Millenium,
    GLeeM (TeAm AnandTech) and hoarfrost (Crystal Dream),
    el_teniente (Russia) and Dan Sargent (SETI.USA),
    LeChat51X (L'Alliance Francophone) and MatzeKnop,
    adams and Pavel_Kirpichenko (Astronomy.Ru Forum),
    bcavnaugh (Crunching@EVGA) and Bok (Free-DC),
    Adam J Bavier ([H]ardOCP) and Jerzy_Przytocki (BOINC@Poland),
    Sengieffe and Plejaden (Boinc Team Gruppe 2004),
    Coleslaw ([H]ardOCP) and PC-COLLEGE (SETI.Germany),
    kttu (MiaoLi@Taiwan) and kim-b-h (BOINC@Denmark),
    motqalden ([H]ardOCP) and jeanp (BOINC.BE),
    Uwe-Bergstedt (SETI.Germany) and MaxAMD400 (,
    [SG]KidDoesCrunch (SETI.Germany) and Dennis-TW (SETI.Germany),
    Bigos2 (Czech National Team) and Kosta (Czech National Team),
    [SG] Felix (SETI.Germany) and RoE187 (SETI.Germany),
    JohnMD (BOINC@Denmark) and ID4 (SETI.Germany),
    Freezing (SETI.Germany) and UrsD (SETI.Germany),
    RFGuy_KCCO ([H]ardOCP) and kashi (BOINC@AUSTRALIA),
    zzuupp (TeAm AnandTech) and Pjotr Panski (SETI.Germany),
    eLPeCKo (Czech National Team) and axels (SETI.Germany),
    [SG] ronaldo (SETI.Germany) and Luigi R. (BOINC.Italy),
    XAVER and -jb- (SETI.Germany),
    SG-Booster (SETI.Germany).

    As usual all participant, that found at least one ODLS pair in the month - received a badge!
    Thank you for attention to the project and participation!

  • 31/12/2018: RADIOACTIVE@HOME, New detectors...

    After long time I will like to order from professional company a set of around 100-150 detectors...
    What you think about it?

    (I know, map doesn't work as Google change its policy, we will move to OSM in January...)

    New detectors cost will be around 30-33 Euros as we not assemble it manually ourselves but order it from selected company...

    Edit: My Patrone profile (where Poll is):

  • 27/12/2018: RakeSearch, Christmas Graphs. Part 3!

    Dear participants!

    The third part of "Christmas types" of graph from ODLS found in RakeSearch project were published on preliminary results page. 8 new graphs and 1 known makes up this set:

    [R9_000469786/02] - 40 vertices and 400 edges. Each vertex from "north" and "south polar caps" linked to nodes in equatorial belt! Previously we see similar structures but this is larger.

    [R9_000478253/02] - 48 vertices and 126 edges, already published as Necklace about a year ago. This graph was very easy to spot and it was found first. Now we publish it as item of the ordered catalog. With edges as the straight line, the figure becomes even more astonishing!

    [R9_000479189/03] - 44 vertices and 288 edges,

    [R9_000486938/01] - 12 vertices and 17 edges,

    [R9_000493179/02] - 96 vertices and 411 edges,

    [R9_000493909/02] - 96 vertices and 432 edges,

    [R9_000494626/01] - 40 vertices and 304 edges,

    [R9_000494629/02] - 24 vertices and 96 edges,

    [R9_000507363/01] - 28 vertices and 104 edges,

    This is the last part of "Christmas graphs". About a year ago (22th of December 2017) we could to detect the first type of graph and publish it. Over the past year, we have completed the post-processing of those results that were obtained before him and with him. The cycle is closed. :) Recently where finished post-processing of next large bunch of results - in several times larger than already published set, but we decided not to watch them until we publish these. Now we are all - crunchers and project developers are equal. We know about findings in the published set, and don't know what awaits us in the new data. And it's very interesting!

    Thank you for all crunchers for attention to the project. Your computers are allowed to make these findings! Successes, unstoppable work of computers and discoveries! And Happy New Year!

    Thank you and happy crunching!

  • 26/12/2018: RakeSearch, Christmas Graphs. Part 2!

    Dear participants!

    Next set of types of graph from ODLS found in RakeSearch project were published on preliminary results page. It contains the following 8 graphs:

    [R9_000435650/01] - 36 vertices and 87 edges:

    [R9_000437182/01] - 16 vertices and 19 edges:

    [R9_000437475/01] - 40 vertices and 103 edges:

    [R9_000441537/01] - 9 vertices and 8 edges:

    [R9_000447311/05] - 20 vertices and 36 edges:

    [R9_000463421/02] - 24 vertices and 54 edges.

    [R9_000463423/01] - 24 vertices and 60 edges:

    [R9_000464235/03] - 176 vertices and 912 edges:

    Some of them look chaotic, but three other - symmetrical, two from them - with three-radial symmetry! Thank you for you attention to the project what allows to make such finds!

  • 25/12/2018: RNA World, Merry Christmas

    The RNA World team wishes all of you a happy christmas season.

    Wir w

  • 25/12/2018: RakeSearch, Christmas Graphs

    Dear participants!

    Merry Christmas to everyone who celebrates today!

    We start to publish a next set of graph types of ODLS found in RakeSearch project on the preliminary results page. Now - the first part.

    [R9_000405666/01] - 10 vertices and 23 edges.

    [R9_000406332/01] - 74 vertices and 318 edges.

    [R9_000412688/01] - 11 vertices and 18 edges.

    [R9_000416043/01] - 16 vertices and 20 edges.

    [R9_000422981/01] - 32 vertices and 85 edges.

    [R9_000423674/05] - 30 vertices and 81 edges.

    [R9_000426986/01] - starring in this news! New large graph with 58,368 vertices and 546,048 edges! Also you can see this animation (6.2 Mb).

  • 24/12/2018: GPUGRID, Season's Greetings from Gpugrid!

    We hope that the cold of the winter is at least a bit relieved by WUs crunching... to you all crunchers we wish a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

  • 24/12/2018: SETI@Home, Weekly Outage on Wednesday This Week and Next

    Because of the Christmas and New Years Day holidays, our weekly outage will be on Wednesday rather than the normal Tuesday both this week and next.

  • 24/12/2018: GoofyxGrid@Home CPU, Christmass ect.

    I wish you all health and a tasty Christmas Eve dinner. May the next year be no worse than the one that passes.

    And I wish to myself (and to you) as most stable servers as possibles and the implementation a new one :)

  • 24/12/2018: GoofyxGrid@Home NCI, Christmass ect.

    I wish you all health and a tasty Christmas Eve dinner. May the next year be no worse than the one that passes.

    And I wish to myself (and to you) as most stable servers as possibles and the implementation a new one :)

  • 22/12/2018: XANSONS for COD, 380 new structures

    New COD entries are added.

    Update. All WUs are sent to the hosts.

  • 22/12/2018: PrimeGrid, Another GFN-262144 Mega Prime!

    On 14 December 2018, 07:07:34 UTC, PrimeGrid?s Generalized Fermat Prime Search found the Generalized Fermat mega prime:


    The prime is 1,782,250 digits long and enters Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database ranked 10th for Generalized Fermat primes and 66th overall.

    The discovery was made by Karsten Freihube (KFR) of Germany using an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 in an Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4790 CPU at 3.60GHz with 16GB RAM, running Windows 10 Proffesional Edition. This GPU took about 35 minutes to probable prime (PRP) test with GeneferOCL2.

    The prime was verified on 14 December 2018, 14:47:41 by Andreas Zenker (Buddy) of Austria Republic using an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 GPU in an Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU at 2.50GHz 4GB RAM, running Windows 7 Professional Edition. This GPU took about 42 minutes to probable prime (PRP) test with GeneferOCL2. Andreas is a member of Team PC-Reflate.

    The PRP was confirmed prime by an Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700K CPU @ 4.20GHz with 16GB RAM, running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional. This computer took about 4 hours 59 minutes to complete the primality test using LLR.

    For more details, please see the official announcement.

  • 22/12/2018: PrimeGrid, GFN-262144 Mega Prime!

    On 12 December, 05:32:25 UTC, PrimeGrid?s Generalized Fermat Prime Search found the Generalized Fermat mega prime:


    The prime is 1,782,186 digits long and enters Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database ranked 10th for Generalized Fermat primes and 66th overall.

    The discovery was made by Greg Miller (Olgar) of the United States using an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 in an AMD Phenom(TM) II x4 965 CPU with 16GB RAM, running Windows 10 Professional Edition. This GPU took about 60 minutes to probable prime (PRP) test with GeneferOCL2. Greg is a member of the USA team.

    The PRP was confirmed prime by an Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700K CPU @ 4.20GHz with 16GB RAM, running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional. This computer took about 15 hours 44 minutes to complete the primality test using LLR.

    For more details, please see the official announcement.

  • 21/12/2018: SETI@Home, Report from the NASA Technosignatures Workshop released.

    The report from the NASA Technosignatures Workshop has been uploaded to You can find it here if you are looking for some light reading.

  • 21/12/2018: TN-Grid, Server stop for maintenance (2018-12-27, 9:30 CEST)

    The next 27th December the server will be down for some planned maintenance tasks, starting at around 9:30 CEST (GMT+1). The most important will be upgrading the o.s. to the latest stable release. Hopefully, the server will be back online the afternoon of the same day.