Where is "processing time" listed in the xml-like state.sah file?, etc.

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Message 6778 - Posted: 12 Jul 2004, 3:41:41 UTC

Where is processing time (CPU seconds or minutes) listed in the xml-like state.sah file?

Progress is easy to find - no problem there.

Is there a key/legend out there explaining the format/meaning of each of the lines in the state.sah file?

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Dave

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Message 7275 - Posted: 13 Jul 2004, 4:18:27 UTC

U can take a look at this but this was for the older version of SETI@home, http://rae.tnir.org/scripts/Darwin-powerpc/setiathome-README.txt note that pid.sah file does not exist in the boinc version at least according to my Jaguar seti/boinc version I did try time using grep in terminal and this is what i got,
[mattruthsimac:boinc-seti10.2.8/slots/0] mattruth% grep time state.sah
2453009.1712583
2453009.1718702
72731
looks like to me that time is total computer time and the bp_time is boinc project total time, i think, i'll try to keep looking around to find out more information and ask around as well...

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