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Message 76362 - Posted: 18 Jan 2014, 19:31:11 UTC

Is this \"common\" issue?

http://imageshack.com/a/img33/4894/au8e.jpg

what caused the issue?

Should I abort/reject them?

(already tried to reboot system few times, but no help)

(more info: http://imageshack.com/a/img834/6/f2j8.jpg)
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Message 76365 - Posted: 19 Jan 2014, 15:35:11 UTC

It would seem BOINC Manager has lost it\'s estimate of when the task will complete, and so the % completed cannot be calculated properly. Have you modified the DCFs or other data in BOINC\'s XML files?

I suspect the tasks will end normally using CPU time near your runtime preference. And then BOINC Manager will reestablish it\'s DCF for the project. But if the problem persists, I\'d have to suggest you reset the project from the projects tab. This will abort any Rosetta work in progress at the time and no credit will be granted for those tasks. But it should give you a fresh start and clear out the problem.
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Message 76370 - Posted: 20 Jan 2014, 20:27:35 UTC - in response to Message 76365.  

It would seem BOINC Manager has lost it\'s estimate of when the task will complete, and so the % completed cannot be calculated properly. Have you modified the DCFs or other data in BOINC\'s XML files?

I suspect the tasks will end normally using CPU time near your runtime preference. And then BOINC Manager will reestablish it\'s DCF for the project. But if the problem persists, I\'d have to suggest you reset the project from the projects tab. This will abort any Rosetta work in progress at the time and no credit will be granted for those tasks. But it should give you a fresh start and clear out the problem.



Thanks for your reply.
As you might know, I just joined Rosetta. So, ain\'t play much with it. Only installed and let it runs.

I already tried to reset, but right after I chose the Rosetta project and clicked resume, the issue occurred again ..
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Message 76372 - Posted: 20 Jan 2014, 21:11:24 UTC

So it occurred again on the new tasks that the reset would have just downloaded? hmmm, ok, then perhaps detach and attach again would be an even more complete beginning from scratch.
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