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KBoincSpy

   0.9.1  

KDE Scientific

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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.3.x
Downloads:  6480
Submitted:  Jun 21 2005
Updated:  Feb 7 2006

Description:

KBoincSpy is a KDE monitor and control utility for the BOINC distributed client.
It displays a lot of useful information about the computation of work units, such as the percent of work done, estimates of the completion time and credits granted. For some projects it also reports interesting data about the content and signifiance of each work unit being analyzed. Through KDE's IO mechanism KBoincSpy is able to monitor remote BOINC clients and its plugin-based architecture offers support for a virtually unlimited number of projects.
Plugins for the following BOINC projects are included:
* AstroPulse - http://setiboinc.ssl.berkeley.edu/ap
* BURP - Big and Ugly Rendering Project - http://burp.boinc.dk
* climateprediction.net - http://www.climateprediction.net
* Einstein@Home - http://einstein.phys.uwm.edu
* Lattice Project - http://lattice.umiacs.umd.edu
* LHC@home - http://lhcathome.cern.ch
* Pirates@home - http://pirates.vassar.edu
* ProteinPredictorAtHome - http://predictor.scripps.edu
* SETI@home - http://setiweb.ssl.berkeley.edu




Changelog:

2006-02-06 Roberto Virga

* added some more visualization modes to the Predictor@home PDB viewer
* added RPC password authentication.
* added color coding to the project icon to reflect the state of the
cache (left=to process, right=processed, top=being processed)
* added web links toolbar (for those projects which publish web links)
* added user & host statistics graphics
* added attach-to-project wizard.
* added French, Hungarian, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish,
and Swedish translations, thanks to Arnaud & others, jeason,
Mchl & all the BOINC@Poland team, Claudio, Jesús, and Daniel
respectively (I hope I didn't forget anybody, my apologies if I did)
* changed the location of the Cache, which now is listed separately
for each project
* changed the close button location in the tabbed view, to work
around a KDE/Qt bug
* fixed, hopefully for good, the routine that tries to find out
to which project a work unit belongs (unfortunately BOINC doesn't
provide that information, so we have to jump through hoops trying
to datamine it from the client_state.xml file)
* fixed several other serious and minor bugs




LicenseGPL
Source(Source)
Fedora(Fedora Core 3+ i386 RPM)
Fedora(Fedora Core 3+ x86-64 RPM)
Mandriva(Mandriva LE2005 & 2006 i586 RPM)
Mandriva(Mandriva LE2005 & 2006 x86-64 RPM)
SUSE(SuSE 9.3+ i586 RPM)
SUSE(SuSE 9.3+ x86-64 RPM)
Slackware(Slackware 10.1+ i386)
Gentoo(Gentoo 2005.1 x86)
Gentoo(Gentoo 2005.1 x86-64)
FreeBSD(FreeBSD 5.4+ i386)
FreeBSD(FreeBSD 5.4+ x86-64)
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 Note to Debian users

 
 by rvirga on: Jun 21 2005
 
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KBoincSpy is in Debian, so you don't need to downlad the .deb package. To install, just type "apt-get install kboincspy" from the command line.

- Roberto


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 Good

 
 by sbenitezb on: Nov 24 2005
 
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Thanks for this client!


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 ebuild?

 
 by MaBu on: Feb 8 2006
 
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Where is the ebuild for Gentoo? Currently there are only binary packages for Gentoo. Are there any plans for ebuild?


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 Re: ebuild?

 
 by rvirga on: Feb 10 2006
 
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To make the binary packages, I just copied the 0.9.0 ebuild that's already in portage, i.e.

cd /usr/portage/sci-misc/kboincspy/
cp kboincspy-0.9.0.ebuild kboincspy-0.9.1.ebuild

The 0.9.0 ebuild takes the version number from the filename, so renaming it automatically generates an ebuild for 0.9.1.

- Roberto


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 Re: Re: ebuild?

 
 by MaBu on: Feb 10 2006
 
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Oh. I didn't see that the ebuild is alredy in portage. Thanks for telling me this. You should write that too.


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 Pause Feature

 
 by BorgQueen on: Feb 9 2006
 
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Would it be possible to add a stop and start function like in ksetispy? With this app I have to shut it down and start it. The ksetispy start stop client feature acting as a pause feature. It allowed me to do cpu intensive functions without having to terminate ksetispy.


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 Re: Pause Feature

 
 by rvirga on: Feb 10 2006
 
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Seems a good idea. I'll try to include this feature in the next version.

- Roberto


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 Re: Re: Pause Feature

 
 by BorgQueen on: Feb 10 2006
 
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Thank you Roberto


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 Re: Pause Feature

 
 by rvirga on: Feb 12 2006
 
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After thinking about it some more, maybe it's not really necessary to implement this. You can use Client->Run Mode->Suspend to suspend, and Client->Run Mode->Run Based on Preferences (or Run Always) to resume. And this has the advantage of working across a network.

Unlike SETI@home classic, where there was just the SETI@home client, in BOINC there's the boinc client, which doesn't do any computation (and hence use negligible amount of CPU), and the project clients, which do the actual computation. In BOINC, it's OK to keep the BOINC client running at all time, and through the BOINC client you can start/stop the project clients at will.

- Roberto


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 Superb!

 
 by baskitcaise on: Feb 10 2006
 
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Thanks again for the updates, the SuSE 9+ 64bit rpm runs fine on SuSE10.


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 SlackWare Package!!!

 
 by gohanz on: Mar 17 2006
 
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A SlackWare TGz package with SlackBuild Script is Ready to DownLoad!!!

http://www.slacky.it/

http://www.slacky.it/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=29&func=fileinfo&filecatid=936&parent=category


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