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Message 70523 - Posted: 9 Jun 2011, 11:36:27 UTC

From the sound of it, the network is fine and the reply is coming back... but the BOINC Core client is unable to create a new file to write a copy of the response to. So either disk is full, or permissions are not correct to do so.
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Message 70529 - Posted: 9 Jun 2011, 23:02:05 UTC

>From the sound of it, the network is fine and the reply is coming back... but the BOINC Core client is >unable to create a new file to write a copy of the response to.

Thanks for getting back to me. For further information, the Seti and Climate Prediction projects seem to be uploading/downloading as they normally do.

> So either disk is full, or permissions are not correct to do so.

I have a dab less than a TB free, so I don't think that it's a disk error. So, how do I address the permission issue?

Thank you for your help.
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Message 70530 - Posted: 9 Jun 2011, 23:50:44 UTC

Dean, I found this thread that describes a possible scenario... but if other projects are working that doesn't sound like the problem. I've never heard of such a thing before. Since it doesn't seen related to the minirosetta v2.17 (the topic of this thread), if the info. in that link doesn't help, please open a new thread on the Number Crunching board to describe and discuss the issue further.
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Message 70535 - Posted: 10 Jun 2011, 21:26:13 UTC

Again, thanks for getting back in touch.

I took a look at the referenced thread, and it seems that it is more associated with the PC and system directories than anything else, so I don't think that it is applicable to my mighty iMac. I'll go ahead and open it up to the number crunching crowd and see what happens.

Appreciate the information.
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Message 70545 - Posted: 12 Jun 2011, 11:18:48 UTC

Not sure if this is a problem with the work units or a server problem but i've got 6 units that are failing to report & update, all i keep getting in the log is
Project communication failed: attempting access to reference site
Internet access OK - project servers may be temporarily down.
If it's of any use the offending units are as follows :-

M50_boinc_NH_restraints_abrelax_cs_frags_tex_IGNORE_THE_REST_26671_153491
M50_boinc_NH_restraints_abrelax_cs_frags_tex_IGNORE_THE REST_26671_164636
M50_boinc_NH_restraints_abrelax_cs_frags_tex_IGNORE_THE_REST_26671_172575
heIF5_NTD_boinc_rosetta_cm_abrelax_cs_frags_hari_IGNORE_THE_REST_26734_168415
heIF5_NTD_boinc_rosetta_cm_abrelax_cs_frags_hari_IGNORE_THE_REST_26734_174250
heIF5_NTD_boinc_rosetta_cm_abrelax_cs_frags_hari_IGNORE_THE_REST_26734_180738
thanks in advance for any help

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Message 70560 - Posted: 16 Jun 2011, 2:08:10 UTC

Please someone tell why this application create 4 (!) processes (under Linux) with memory consumption same as one process under Windows? Thus it needs 4 times more RAM space under Linux to process the WU comparing to Windows! It's very prodigally and I want to solve this bug ('cause it can't be a legal option by design).
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Message 70566 - Posted: 17 Jun 2011, 0:27:46 UTC - in response to Message 70560.  

Please someone tell why this application create 4 (!) processes (under Linux) with memory consumption same as one process under Windows? Thus it needs 4 times more RAM space under Linux to process the WU comparing to Windows! It's very prodigally and I want to solve this bug ('cause it can't be a legal option by design).


You can configure BOINC Manager to use as many CPUs as you would like in the preferences. If the RAM consumption is causing problems on your machine, you can also work specifically with setting limits on RAM BOINC is allowed to use.
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Message 70588 - Posted: 19 Jun 2011, 17:52:45 UTC

It's all OK now with new version (3.14). Seems that it was just a bug.
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