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Message 76605 - Posted: 9 Apr 2014, 23:45:38 UTC

Haven\'t rec\'d any work to do with Rosetta in a month. Click Update; deferred. Wait the four minutes; click Update deferred again. Nada.

Any ideas?
ps Seti@home running like a champ
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Message 76615 - Posted: 12 Apr 2014, 15:15:50 UTC

This is a question that will receive more response on the Number Crunching board. But here are a few ideas.

The relative resource shares between projects are used by BOINC Manager to determine which projects to request work from and which to let go idle for a period of time. So, on the projects tab, what is the resource share to Rosetta?

On the projects tab, does Rosetta indicate \"won\'t get new tasks\"?

In the messages shown when you do the update, does it indicate it is requesting new work for CPU?

Do you already have tasks that show they are running at high priority in the BOINC Manager? BOINC does not request work in that case since it already feels behind.
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Message 76635 - Posted: 18 Apr 2014, 22:20:43 UTC - in response to Message 76615.  
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This is a question that will receive more response on the Number Crunching board. But here are a few ideas.

The relative resource shares between projects are used by BOINC Manager to determine which projects to request work from and which to let go idle for a period of time. So, on the projects tab, what is the resource share to Rosetta?

It may be me but I can\'t tell what the resource share is? How do I determine?
On the projects tab, does Rosetta indicate \"won\'t get new tasks\"? No, it just says Communication Deferred

In the messages shown when you do the update, does it indicate it is requesting new work for CPU? No just CD (see above)

Do you already have tasks that show they are running at high priority in the BOINC Manager? BOINC does not request work in that case since it already feels behind.
I do have two High Priority tasks running for Seti@home but this has not always been the case
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