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Message 8537 - Posted: 16 Jul 2004, 3:46:26 UTC

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Trying it will be connected receives the answer " Message from server: No work available " " No work from project" also connects later any time again. How to make, what it would be connected and there were no such inscriptions? There can be I adjustments not such have made. Even new registration record has created what to check up - she works normally but as soon as has changed a few adjustments of that same inscription began to appear. The client already too rearranged, I do not know as to do?

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Ïûòàÿñü ïîäêëþ÷èòñÿ ïîëó÷àåò îòâåò "Message from server: No work available" "No work from project" è ïîäêëþ÷àåò ñïóñòÿ êàêîå-òî âðåìÿ îïÿòü. Êàê ñäåëàòü, ÷òî áû ïîäêëþ÷àëñÿ è íå áûëî òàêèõ íàäïèñåé? Ìîæåò áûòü ÿ íàñòðîéêè íå òàêèå ñäåëàë. Äàæå íîâóþ ó÷¸òíóþ çàïèñü ñîçäàë, ÷òî áû ïðîâåðèòü - îíà ðàáîòàåò íîðìàëüíî, íî êàê òîëüêî ïîìåíÿë íåìíîãî íàñòðîéêè òî òàêèå æå íàäïèñè ñòàëè ïîÿâëÿòüñÿ. Êëèåíò óæå òîæå ïåðåñòàâëÿë, íå çíàþ ÷òî è äåëàòü!

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Message 8545 - Posted: 16 Jul 2004, 4:14:35 UTC

When you get the "No work available" message, that means that the server has no work to give out. "No work from project" means that for some reason, the BOINC client cannot get work from that project, and you need to look at the previous lines to figure out why. Since the previous line in your log indicates that the server had no work to give, the only things that you can do, are either wait, or add another project to BOINC. The only other public project at the moment is http://predictor.scripps.edu/.

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Message 10157 - Posted: 20 Jul 2004, 2:58:44 UTC

Several more tries on my part and if there is STILL "no work available", this whole thing will be in the bit bucket and I'll either search for a prime number or watch the flying toasters again...

SETI PEOPLE GET WITH IT!!

If there is no work available, PEOPLE WILL QUIT!!!

Granted my work units were only a bit over 1100, but what the hey, I'm not keeping this beast eating electricity to see CONSTANT no work available messages...

What’s the difference, people at SETI are as responsive as the elusive ET signals...

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Message 10558 - Posted: 21 Jul 2004, 4:26:17 UTC - in response to Message 8545.

> When you get the "No work available" message, that means that the server has
> no work to give out. "No work from project" means that for some reason, the
> BOINC client cannot get work from that project, and you need to look at the
> previous lines to figure out why. Since the previous line in your log
> indicates that the server had no work to give, the only things that you can
> do, are either wait, or add another project to BOINC. The only other public
> project at the moment is http://predictor.scripps.edu/.
> <a> href="http://www.boinc.dk/index.php?page=user_statistics&userid=9915">
>
Try to get it work! Come on!
This is all I got...
Sending request to scheduler http://setiboincdata.ssl.berkeley.edu/sah_cgi/cgi
Scheduler RPC to http://setiboincdata.ssl.berkeley.edu/sah_cgi/cgi succeeded
Message from server: No work available
No work from project
Deferring communication with project for 1 hours, 0 minutes, and 0 seconds

This is B*LLSH*T! sorry about that but losing my nerves...

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