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Message 110 - Posted 14 Jul 2005 8:21:08 UTC

    Just finished a WU but I couldn't upload it. Boinc CC shows following message:

    14.07.2005 10:17:56|SZTAKI Desktop Grid|Started upload of b6cc519e-5702-4352-9d3b-7b07ca3ea614_0_0
    14.07.2005 10:17:58|SZTAKI Desktop Grid|Error on file upload: can't open file /home/szdg/projects/szdg/upload/e7/b6cc519e-5702-4352-9d3b-7b07ca3ea614_0_0: Permission denied
    14.07.2005 10:17:58|SZTAKI Desktop Grid|Temporarily failed upload of b6cc519e-5702-4352-9d3b-7b07ca3ea614_0_0: -127
    14.07.2005 10:17:58|SZTAKI Desktop Grid|Backing off 6 minutes and 11 seconds on upload of file b6cc519e-5702-4352-9d3b-7b07ca3ea614_0_0

    So, what to do?

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    Message 112 - Posted 14 Jul 2005 8:32:00 UTC

      The same problem here..
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      Message 113 - Posted 14 Jul 2005 8:35:54 UTC

        14.07.2005 10:20:55|SZTAKI Desktop Grid|Started upload of 063d992a-3f85-4f26-ae13-77ffb2d1b525_0_0
        14.07.2005 10:20:57|SZTAKI Desktop Grid|Error on file upload: can't open file /home/szdg/projects/szdg/upload/86/063d992a-3f85-4f26-ae13-77ffb2d1b525_0_0: Permission denied
        14.07.2005 10:20:57|SZTAKI Desktop Grid|Temporarily failed upload of 063d992a-3f85-4f26-ae13-77ffb2d1b525_0_0: -127
        14.07.2005 10:20:57|SZTAKI Desktop Grid|Backing off 1 minutes and 0 seconds on upload of file 063d992a-3f85-4f26-ae13-77ffb2d1b525_0_0


        Me to!
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        Message 116 - Posted 14 Jul 2005 8:52:17 UTC

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          sorry about that. the problem has been fixed and the responsibles executed.

          attila;>

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          Message 117 - Posted 14 Jul 2005 8:52:57 UTC

            thx attila

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            Message 137 - Posted 14 Jul 2005 17:39:27 UTC

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              <i>thx attila</i>

              When I was a young schoolboy I remember them teaching us something about a famous warrior chief "Attila the Hun". I had always thought this was someone from the past but now I get to "meet" (in message forum anyway) the real "Attila the Hungarian". I also didn't know that "Hun" was Hungarian... I'd always thought it to be a steppe tribe from Mongolia or Siberia! ;-)... Just joking, I hope you can accept my humor. -- Skip

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              Message 148 - Posted 14 Jul 2005 21:11:25 UTC

                true, the Huns were the ancestor tribe of Hungarians
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                Message 164 - Posted 15 Jul 2005 8:46:32 UTC


                  yopp, that's me. the great warrior and sysadmin. always ready for an another system crash ;O


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                  Message 180 - Posted 15 Jul 2005 20:21:10 UTC

                    Attila,
                    It must be hard to work with you.... I mean, hard to stay serious ;-p

                    And who has said that it is necessary to be serious? Nobody.

                    Is that a recent picture of you ;-)


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                    Message 183 - Posted 15 Jul 2005 21:46:58 UTC

                      | <i>Is that a recent picture of you ;-) </i>

                      Fo'shizzle, it is a recent picture of him, Attila the Greatest of Sysadmins!
                      You know, the huns were riding the horse backwards and they fired arrows on their chasers after they pretended to flee from the battlefield.

                      Now the thing is, that Attila the Great Sysadmin can do the same WITH A COMPUTER! :)
                      You better see it for yourself, it can't be described... &gt;)
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                      Message 184 - Posted 15 Jul 2005 21:57:28 UTC

                        I can imagine..... but if you have some pictures.... could be nice ;-)


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                        Message 185 - Posted 15 Jul 2005 21:58:41 UTC

                          Now the thing is, that Attila the Great Sysadmin can do the same WITH A COMPUTER! :)
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                          What, ride on a Computer backwards and fire Arrows ... Now that would be funnn ..." :P

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                          Message 283 - Posted 26 Jul 2005 11:42:29 UTC

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                            sorry, for last 2 weeks i was (working ) on a raid (, we are switching to new hardware.)


                            i'll try to get some images ( also from adam and the rest of the gang ;] ).

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                            Message 296 - Posted 26 Jul 2005 17:33:53 UTC

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                              <i>true, the Huns were the ancestor tribe of Hungarians
                              -- Adam</i>

                              Really...so this would also explain this: "It belongs to the Finno-Ugric language family, which includes Finnish and Estonian, but its closest relatives are several obscure languages spoken in Siberia." Is Siberia where the "Kazahs" are from? Very interesting stuff...

                              Anyway.. unencumbered by any real knowledge, would the following be close to true for native English speakers:

                              How to say the name of this project.. 4 rules are needed:

                              1) sz - like a regular English s as in 'sell', never pronounced as a z like 'rose'
                              2) The following are pronounced and written as in English: b, d, f, g, h, k, l, m, n, p, r, t, v, z
                              3) a - hard to describe, but rather like the sound in 'awe' and the British 'hot'
                              4) i - not quite as short as the sound in 'sit', more like the short ee in 'feet' and 'meet'

                              So my guess would be SZTAKI might be how we'd pronounce "stawki" or "stawkee" or maybe "stohki". So what do you bi-linguals think?

                              -- Skip

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                              Message 300 - Posted 26 Jul 2005 20:36:01 UTC

                                <i>So my guess would be SZTAKI might be how we'd pronounce "stawki" or "stawkee" or maybe "stohki". So what do you bi-linguals think?</i>

                                I think it's zztahkee. That's how I pronounce it at least.


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                                Message 301 - Posted 26 Jul 2005 23:24:53 UTC

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                                  <i>I think it's zztahkee</i>

                                  Aber das ist nicht deutsch, es ist... oh hell, I probably messed it up already.

                                  Maybe, but "zz" doesn't occur at the front of a word in English... I don't think. That pronunciation would also seem to violate rule #1 (from http://www.personal.psu.edu/faculty/a/d/adr10/hungarian.html).

                                  1) sz - like a regular English s as in 'sell', never pronounced as a z like 'rose'

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                                  Message 304 - Posted 27 Jul 2005 0:26:11 UTC

                                    Big clue: I am Dutch, not English. ;)

                                    Doesn't mean I cannot pronounce it as it's typed. ;)
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                                    Message 306 - Posted 27 Jul 2005 1:02:16 UTC

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                                      Sorry Ageless, 1) on assuming you were German speaking, and 2) Didn't mean to say you couldn't. Call it "Zzverkeerdwoordblauwdrukvermakelijk" for all I care.

                                      I was just trying to apply some rules I found to help the native English speakers pronounce it correctly. I thought I'd said that in my original note. Maybe not, I'll have to go look.

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                                      Message 308 - Posted 27 Jul 2005 2:47:05 UTC

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                                        For an American who just said he used the wrong blue prints to make funny wrong words, you're very good in Dutch. ;)

                                        You asked the correct help, I just wasn't English as a native speaker.

                                        (which shows from that broken sentence :))
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                                        Message 319 - Posted 27 Jul 2005 9:14:12 UTC

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                                          I have found a Hungarian speech synthesizer, MULTIVOX.

                                          You can download it <a href="http://www.revai.hu/~horvathd/multivox.zip">here</a>, or <a href="http://web.t-online.hu/zsolthorv265/multivox.zip">here</a>

                                          The program is in Hungarian, but I have written a short readme file.
                                          If you want to hear some Hungarian pronunciation you can download it.

                                          (The program has a computer voice, but right pronunciation.)

                                          Bye,
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                                          Message 321 - Posted 27 Jul 2005 18:05:53 UTC

                                            I've always thought the pronunciation would sound like a sneeze. ;)

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                                            Message 323 - Posted 27 Jul 2005 23:00:11 UTC

                                              Wow, I'm so proud of SZTAKI Desktop Grid, 'cause it not only does research, but it also raises some interest about the Hungarian language. Hungary is a small country, very few people speak Hungarian, but I think Hungarian is one of the most beautiful language of the Finno-Ugoric language-family, if not the most beautiful.

                                              I've been thinking hard how could we help you with the correct pronounciation of SZTAKI Desktop Grid. Now, what I've come up with is that it would be funny, but pretty helpless if I'd start explaning the pronounciation in written. So, I think Attila - the great sysadmin - and me'll make an audio available for all who's interested in Hungrian pronounciation.
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                                              Message 325 - Posted 28 Jul 2005 6:08:20 UTC

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                                                "very few people speak Hungarian"
                                                well, sorry for my (stupid) question but people speak what language(s) (?) if very few people speak Hungarian ?
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                                                Message 327 - Posted 28 Jul 2005 7:25:29 UTC

                                                  I suppose that Adam means only Hungarian people speaks Hungarian. In the world.


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                                                  Message 328 - Posted 28 Jul 2005 11:07:47 UTC

                                                    | <i>I suppose that Adam means only Hungarian people speaks Hungarian. In the world.</i>

                                                    That's right: I ment that there are - I don't know exact numbers - way more than 6 milliard people on planet Earth of which are about 14 million Hungarians. The two numbers: not to be compared :)
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                                                    Message 329 - Posted 28 Jul 2005 15:11:23 UTC

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                                                      Hungarian Dialects

                                                      Alfold, West Danube, Danube-Tisza, King's Pass Hungarian, Northeast Hungarian, Northwest Hungarian, Székely, West Hungarian. Closest to Vogul (Mansi) of Russia. Speakers of Standard Hungarian have difficulty understanding Oberwart dialect

                                                      Population 10,298,820 in Hungary (1995). Population total all countries: 13,611,600.
                                                      Region Also spoken in Australia, Austria, Canada, Israel, Romania, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine, USA.
                                                      Alternate names Magyar


                                                      <a href="http://www.ethnologue.com/show_language.asp?
                                                      code=hun">http://www.ethnologue.com/show_language.asp?code=hun</a>

                                                      for one year, at school, we had a hungarian teacher for geography/politology, he was a nice person and told us much stories from his escape on early day

                                                      Please don't forget <b>Zsa Zsa Gabor</b>, one of the most known Hungarian woman..

                                                      And Budapest with the bosporus
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                                                      Message 332 - Posted 28 Jul 2005 17:16:22 UTC

                                                        Plus the Formula One this weekend on the Hungaroring. :)

                                                        Go Kimi!
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                                                        Message 333 - Posted 28 Jul 2005 20:14:04 UTC

                                                          | <i>And Budapest with the bosporus</i>

                                                          What exactly do You mean by this?!?
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                                                          Message 334 - Posted 28 Jul 2005 21:01:22 UTC

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                                                            Probaly my bad.

                                                            Was thinking, the river called Bosporus would pass trough Budapest.

                                                            No it's the River called Donau.

                                                            While digging more the net, something new to learn, in erlier days,
                                                            the towns buda and pest(and Óbuda ?) have been town for themself, later
                                                            they merged it to the town to "Budapest".

                                                            One of the oldest available subways is also serving Budapest.

                                                            Just to be mentioned, sorry for touristic view, Budapest is an old Town, over 50'000 years old, it has a remarkable history, turkish bath Zoo and beerfactory from the 16th centaury. Beatifull parks.

                                                            Váci utca /shopping mile?

                                                            and something like as Várhegy

                                                            And old town with character...


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                                                            Message 399 - Posted 1 Aug 2005 15:37:51 UTC

                                                              |<i> Just to be mentioned, sorry for touristic view, Budapest is an old Town, over 50'000 years old, it has a remarkable history, turkish bath Zoo and beerfactory from the 16th centaury. Beatifull parks.</i>

                                                              There was no sign of any human civilisation 50000 years ago ( anywhere on
                                                              the earth)... the Huns ( our great ancestors, commanded by the almighty
                                                              Attila ;p ) came here 1000 years ago.

                                                              the zoo, underground, turkish bath are true. but there are quite a few beer brewery around here ;]


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                                                              Message 401 - Posted 1 Aug 2005 16:53:44 UTC

                                                                There is some good beer there from what I remember, but I was last there in '96. I am sure it has change some since then.
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                                                                Message 403 - Posted 1 Aug 2005 17:19:29 UTC

                                                                  Brian,
                                                                  Is there a place on earth where you have never been? ;-)


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                                                                  Message 405 - Posted 1 Aug 2005 17:38:01 UTC

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                                                                    A few places come to mind: New Zealand, Russia, South Africa, Chile and Scandinavian countries. I travel a lot and I love it. Having lived in Europe for 4 years, I traveled there, Middle East and Africa. I am fortunate to work in an industry that lets me travel. :)

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                                                                    Message 407 - Posted 1 Aug 2005 18:01:59 UTC

                                                                      I think you're not fortunate. If your company lets you travelled, in those times of costs reduction, it's because you're good.



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                                                                      Message 7560 - Posted 18 Nov 2008 16:36:06 UTC

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                                                                        Howdy, I\'ve run into the same problem reported in 2005, at the beginning of this thread.

                                                                        An example:


                                                                        18-Nov-2008 10:45:39 [SZTAKI Desktop Grid] Started upload of caa03215-1b38-489c-abd4-252c594ad6ff_07e017ef-0618-4e99-bfb9-e0d4f7cd9e84_636_1_1
                                                                        18-Nov-2008 10:45:42 [SZTAKI Desktop Grid] [error] Error on file upload: can\'t open file
                                                                        18-Nov-2008 10:45:42 [SZTAKI Desktop Grid] Temporarily failed upload of caa03215-1b38-489c-abd4-252c594ad6ff_07e017ef-0618-4e99-bfb9-e0d4f7cd9e84_636_1_1: transient upload error
                                                                        18-Nov-2008 10:45:42 [SZTAKI Desktop Grid] Backing off 16 min 54 sec on upload of caa03215-1b38-489c-abd4-252c594ad6ff_07e017ef-0618-4e99-bfb9-e0d4f7cd9e84_636_1_1


                                                                        The 2 workunits I see this type error are:
                                                                        caa03215-1b38-489c-abd4-252c594ad6ff_e8aaa5b7-c8e7-49c2-8d55-6cdbb72d18e2_664
                                                                        caa03215-1b38-489c-abd4-252c594ad6ff_07e017ef-0618-4e99-bfb9-e0d4f7cd9e84_636

                                                                        As I noted this is with regard to the original post at the start of the thread, and not to the discussion, although interesting, about the Magyar language.

                                                                        Thanks for any help, Chris

                                                                        p.s. I think the web page for the BBCcode tags has an error. A quote should end with \"[/quote]\", not \"[/quoted]\". Unless this message board has been customized, in which case ignore this post script.

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