@nh78 Leave it unchanged if you don't care about tracking what you contribute.
If you really insist, then create a new nick (perhaps the one you chose already exists -- or you mistakenly registered it before with a different password).
Oh well, i am stupid, i indeed registered 'nh78' before (when trying out client.exe) and forgot it. Ok. Now i ran this once again with nick 'nh78' and the correct password and filmed that:
As you see, as long as the tab is open, quite much traffic happens, if i assume 5 kilobytes per second (i dont know if upload and download accumulate, if so, it would be around 10 kb) then it will have exhausted my complete internet volumina of 5.5 GB per month - 15 Euros - after around 13 days, if i let it run non stop. Which means i would have to pay around 60 Euros in order to let it run for the whole month.
When i close the tab, as done in the video, the traffic immediately goes to zero and it indeed keeps playing - the games are uploaded to http://lczero.org/. Meanwhile 45 games for 'nh78' there.
When this has stopped i will retry this in order to check with browser dev tools what is causing the traffic. Forgot to do this.
playing against leelazero on the website, only easy and normal work, hard mode she doesn't make a move! Fix please!
Ok, first, it seems to stop after around 80 games, second, the traffic is caused by tons of XHR request duos, one just contains some weird bracket nonsense and the other seems to be the move data.
i will check again when this session has stopped, because i forgot that chrome closes the network log too when i close the tab ...
@Sneakmasterflex i have this too currently, probably too much traffic.
@nh78 That's very strange. I am sorry for misleading you. I honestly thought there would be no traffic.
Have you tried the Google Cloud script? There shouldn't be any traffic there, since you can close the tab and it will run for months (until your free credits run out).
@BigGreenShrek i currently just close the tab and rerun this every two hours.
I found out that the traffic is caused by updating moves in the bottommost cell - which i do not need. My Browser sends the complete content of the bottommost cell every second as XHR request . The response.content is always ")]}'\n" (i think this is a security thing related to JSON, the relevant parts of the response seem to be the cookies and stuff).
"Have you tried the Google Cloud script?"
This requires my bank account details. I would prefer if instead someone could provide a solution to the above problem, aka how to stop the logging.
 example of request.postData.text, sent every second:
Args: [/content/leela-chess/build/lczero --weights=networks/101eeb41180935b487ac4c3d22610cd5b98ebb6907248e4d342a343cbb7b52bb -t1 --randomize -n -v800 --start=train 7642-0 1 --quiet]
id name lczero v0.7
id author The LCZero Authors
option name Threads type spin default 1 min 1 max 2
option name Quiet type check default true
option name FPU Reduction type string default 0.000000
option name Puct type string default 0.850000
option name SlowMover type spin default 89 min 1 max 2147483647
option name Go Nodes Visits type check default true
Created dirs data-7642-0
info depth 17 nodes 800 nps 798 score cp 19 time 1000 pv e2e4 c7c5 c2c3 e7e6 d2d4 d7d5 e4e5 c5d4 c3d4 b8c6 g1f3 d8b6 b1c3 g8h6
move played a2a3
info depth 17 nodes 800 nps 936 score cp -11 time 831 pv e7e5 c2c4 c7c6 e2e3 d7d5 d2d4 e5e4 c4d5 c6d5 b1c3 g8f6 d1b3 b8c6 g1h3 f8d6 c3d5
move played e7e5
info depth 17 nodes 800 nps 980 score cp -1 time 506 pv c2c4 c7c6 e2e3 d7d5 d2d4 e5e4 c4d5 c6d5 b1c3 g8f6 d1b3 b8c6 g1h3 f8d6 c3d5 f6d5
move played c2c4
info depth 17 nodes 800 nps 989 score cp -7 time 368 pv c7c6 e2e3 d7d5 d2d4 e5e4 c4d5 c6d5 b1c3 g8f6 d1b3 b8c6 g1h3 f8d6 c3d5 f6d5 b3d5
move played c7c6
info depth 17 nodes 800 nps 1028 score cp -3 time 288 pv e2e3 d7d5 d2d4 e5e4 c4d5 c6d5 b1c3 g8f6 d1b3 b8c6 g1h3 f8d6 c3d5 f6d5 b3d5
move played g1f3
info depth 17 nodes 800 nps 985 score cp -11 time 710 pv e5e4 f3d4 d7d5 c4d5 c6d5 d2d3 e4d3 d1d3 b8c6 d4c6 b7c6 d3c2 g8f6 c2c6 c8d7 c6b7
move played e5e4
info depth 17 nodes 800 nps 944 score cp 0 time 70 pv f3d4 d7d5 c4d5 c6d5 d2d3 e4d3 d1d3 b8c6 d4c6 b7c6 d3c2 g8f6 c2c6 c8d7 c6b7
move played f3d4
info depth 17 nodes 800 nps 892 score cp -9 time 64 pv d7d5 c4d5 c6d5 d2d3 e4d3 d1d3 b8c6 d4c6 b7c6 d3c2 g8f6 c2c6 c8d7 c6b7
move played d7d5
info depth 17 nodes 800 nps 1112 score cp 2 time 418 pv c4d5 c6d5 d2d3 e4d3 d1d3 b8c6 d4c6 b7c6 e2e4 g8f6 e4d5 f6d5 b1c3 f8e7 c3d5
move played c4d5
info depth 17 nodes 800 nps 990 score cp -12 time 100 pv c6d5 d2d3 e4d3 d1d3 b8c6 d4c6 b7c6 e2e4 g8f6 e4d5 f6d5 b1c3 f8e7 c3d5
move played c6d5
info depth 17 nodes 800 nps 1006 score cp 4 time 343 pv d2d3 e4d3 d1d3 b8c6 d4c6 b7c6 e2e4 g8f6 e4d5 f6d5 b1c3 f8e7 c3d5 d8d5
move played d2d3
info depth 17 nodes 800 nps 1015 score cp -10 time 203 pv e4d3 d1d3 b8c6 d4c6 b7c6 e2e4 g8f6 e4d5 f6d5 b1c3 f8e7 c3d5 d8d5 d3d5
move played e4d3
info depth 17 nodes 800 nps 1041 score cp -10 time 294 pv d1d3 b8c6 d4c6 b7c6 e2e4 g8f6 e4d5 f6d5 b1c3 f8e7 c3d5 d8d5 d3d5
move played d1d3
info depth 17 nodes 800 nps 1089 score cp 0 time 427 pv b8c6 d4c6 b7c6 e2e4 g8f6 e4d5 d8d5 d3d5 f6d5 f1c4 c8e6 e1g1 f8d6 b1d2 e8g8
move played g8f6
info depth 17 nodes 800 nps 1040 score cp -7 time 523 pv c1f4 f8d6 f4d6 d8d6 d3e3 d6e7 e3e7 e8e7 b1c3 b8c6 a1d1 h8d8 e2e3 c6d4
move played c1f4
info depth 17 nodes 800 nps 955 score cp -7 time 599 pv f8e7 b1c3 e8g8 e2e3 b8c6 f1e2 c6d4 d3d4 c8e6 f4e5 a8c8
move played f8d6
This is very, very inefficient.
What if you change the last line to:
!cd leela-chess/build && ./client_linux --user 'Google Colab' --password googlecolab &> myfile.txt
Does this suppress the output?
!cd leela-chess/build && nohup ./client_linux --user 'Google Colab' --password googlecolab &
@BigGreenShrek thanks for your Linux commandline Kung Fu
i tried these both, the first runs, then stops after a second - unfortunately no games are created :-(
The second throws an error that background processes are not supported and the symbol gets red (which probably means that an error happened).
!cd leela-chess/build && ./client_linux --user 'Google Colab' --password googlecolab > myfile.txt
This suppresses most output. There is a message produced when each game concludes.
Beyond that I'm not sure what to do. Perhaps someone more technically skilled can chime in. My belief was that the ">" would suppress *all* output, which does not seem to be the case.
Try getting rid of the bang - "!" - at the beginning of the command, and instead insert a blank line at the top and "%% bash" there.
It will suppress all output except summary data, which won't occur at all in the cell that outputs moves.