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Message 105187 - Posted: 29 Apr 2005, 10:56:55 UTC

Does anyone at Berkely know what they are doing?

If they don`t sort themselves out soon.....then goodbye.

Boinc manager unable to upload as schedulers are NOT responding.

HELLO....anyone there.

Vega
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Message 105245 - Posted: 29 Apr 2005, 11:57:48 UTC
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Hello vega,

look here and here.

Patience is a virtue ;)
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Message 105662 - Posted: 30 Apr 2005, 6:01:32 UTC - in response to Message 105245.

Vega,

Why do you care what is happening at Berkley? BOINC is automatic. If it doesn't upload now, it will upload tomorrow, or next Tuesday. Who cares when?

My machines keep churning out WUs, are never idle, and the credits get posted. If you are finding your machine running out of work, try adjusting your connect interval to keep your work queue full. I typically have 1-2 days worth of work in the queue, so if the scheduler isn't up, is busy, or there's a network problem, it just doesn't matter.

Cheers,

-Comissar

> Hello vega,
>
> look
> here
and <a> href="http://setiweb.ssl.berkeley.edu/forum_thread.php?id=14178">here[/url].
>
> Patience is a virtue ;)
>

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Message 106353 - Posted: 2 May 2005, 3:22:14 UTC - in response to Message 105662.

> My machines keep churning out WUs, are never idle, and the credits get posted.
> If you are finding your machine running out of work, try adjusting your
> connect interval to keep your work queue full. I typically have 1-2 days
> worth of work in the queue, so if the scheduler isn't up, is busy, or there's
> a network problem, it just doesn't matter.
>
Or even better join a (few) other BOINC projects. They tend to not all go down at the same time. I have joined several, I have my queue set to 0.1 days, and I have not run out of work since the time that the fourth project started up.
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