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Message 10515 - Posted: 6 Feb 2006, 22:57:14 UTC

Hi,

I have been running BOINC for a couple of months now, but recently I have started getting the following line in red whenever BOINC starts up after a reboot...

04/02/2006 23:38:43||Invalid account filename: account_boinc.bakerlab.org_rosetta.xml.bak

I have not changed anything in the BOINC folder, as I crunch for multiple projects and think that it is best to just leave BOINC to do its thing.

Is that message something I should do something about or shall I ignore it?

A fuller list of startup messages are as follows:-

04/02/2006 23:38:43||Starting BOINC client version 5.2.13 for windows_intelx86
04/02/2006 23:38:43||libcurl/7.14.0 OpenSSL/0.9.8 zlib/1.2.3
04/02/2006 23:38:43||Executing as a daemon
04/02/2006 23:38:43||Data directory: D:Program FilesBOINC
04/02/2006 23:38:43||BOINC is running as a service and as a non-system user.
04/02/2006 23:38:43||No application graphics will be available.
04/02/2006 23:38:43||Invalid account filename: account_boinc.bakerlab.org_rosetta.xml.bak
04/02/2006 23:38:48||Processor: 1 AuthenticAMD AMD Athlon(tm) XP 2200+
04/02/2006 23:38:48||Memory: 639.48 MB physical, 1.53 GB virtual
04/02/2006 23:38:48||Disk: 21.05 GB total, 8.93 GB free

Then it lists the projects and gets going.
I am using Windows XP Professional SP2 with multiple users on one pc.

Any help or comments would be welcome.
Mark L.

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Message 10520 - Posted: 7 Feb 2006, 1:23:32 UTC

Would you contact me by e-mail? I would like a little more information that will just clutter up the forum and I don't like to make some of this public.

But, if you are willing, I will look into this question ... and what we find will be Wiki-ied ...

p.d.buck@comcast.net

If possible, in that e-mail, zip up the *.txt and *.old files in the BOINC directory and include those too ... may be a clue in the history for me ...

The other thing I would like is a directory listing of the BOINC directory.

Later I may need the client state file (though I will tell you how to remove the account information before I ask for that).

Never have seen this ...
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Message 10524 - Posted: 7 Feb 2006, 3:18:41 UTC - in response to Message 10520.  
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Would you contact me by e-mail? I would like a little more information that will just clutter up the forum and I don't like to make some of this public.

But, if you are willing, I will look into this question ... and what we find will be Wiki-ied ...

p.d.buck@comcast.net

If possible, in that e-mail, zip up the *.txt and *.old files in the BOINC directory and include those too ... may be a clue in the history for me ...

The other thing I would like is a directory listing of the BOINC directory.

Later I may need the client state file (though I will tell you how to remove the account information before I ask for that).

Never have seen this ...


I have only seen it once. It turned out to be a corrupt file. I repaired the disk, but still had to detach and reattach the project to fix it. Your Milage May Vary

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Phil


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it is becoming increasingly apparent we will not find any on our own.
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