Posts by 7ri9991 [MM]

1) Message boards : Number crunching : Only 20 credits for 25,000 seconds (Message 74972)
Posted 24 Jan 2013 by Profile 7ri9991 [MM]
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These 4 computers are all different, with no BIOS options forced (like overclocking). All are running Ubuntu Server 12.04 with the latest BOINC for Linux version (7.0.28). These computers are rebooted once every two-four weeks, when an Ubuntu upgrade requires it. I\'m talking about these 4 computers because they all get the problem after running a 25,000 seconds task.

Up to know I did not believe the problem could come from the computer/OS. I thought the problem could come from Rosetta or the BOINC program itself. I\'m surprised I\'m the only one to get the problem since I have multiple, all different computers. Only common point between these computers is the BOINC software version and the OS.


Actually, I was getting this problem on my one host that was still validating. I use Gentoo and 7.0.29 on all of mine.
2) Message boards : Number crunching : Client errors (Message 74971)
Posted 24 Jan 2013 by Profile 7ri9991 [MM]
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nvidia driver 304.64
linux kernel 3.6.11-gentoo
...


Very interesting. What specific updates did you run?

The nvidia driver and linux kernel were two of them. Still running the same boinc version.
3) Message boards : Number crunching : Client errors (Message 74961)
Posted 24 Jan 2013 by Profile 7ri9991 [MM]
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I had one Linux pc that was working. However, last Saturday I ran updates and now I\'m getting nothing but errors even though the tasks appear to be completing cleanly.

I\'m running:
boinc 7.0.29
nvidia driver 304.64
linux kernel 3.6.11-gentoo

Pre-update task:
http://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/result.php?resultid=556137155

Post-update task:
http://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/result.php?resultid=557936373

I notice the failing task doesn\'t list the app version.
4) Message boards : Number crunching : Extreme low credits (Message 71794)
Posted 13 Dec 2011 by Profile 7ri9991 [MM]
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I\'d just be happy to get the credits my computer is claiming. I wonder how calculate how much to actually give.






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