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Message 172131 - Posted: 26 Sep 2005, 20:27:57 UTC - in response to Message 172130.

Not sure what it has. I'll check it out when i get home..... Being a laptop the graphics is on the Mother Board right???


Ricky,

Go into hardware manager it will usually identify the chip set for the video card. If it says Radeon ... that is an ATI and there have been problems with ATI and BOINC. Since I don't look at the graphics that much it has not been an issue for me ... but that may be part of your problem.

It also may be something else entirely too ...


Ok here is the info about my display:

Name Intel(R) 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
PNP Device ID PCI\\VEN_8086&DEV_3582&SUBSYS_FF001179&REV_02\\3&61AAA01&0&10
Adapter Type Intel(R) 82852/82855 Graphics Controller, Intel Corporation compatible
Adapter Description Intel(R) 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
Adapter RAM 64.00 MB (67,108,864 bytes)
Installed Drivers ialmrnt5.dll
Driver Version 6.14.10.3722
INF File oem17.inf (iMGM section)
Color Planes 1
Color Table Entries 4294967296
Resolution 1024 x 768 x 60 hertz
Bits/Pixel 32
Memory Address 0xE8000000-0xEFFFFFFF
Memory Address 0xE0000000-0xE007FFFF
I/O Port 0x00001800-0x00001807
IRQ Channel IRQ 16
I/O Port 0x000003B0-0x000003BB
I/O Port 0x000003C0-0x000003DF
Memory Address 0xA0000-0xBFFFF
Driver c:\\windows\\system32\\drivers\\ialmnt5.sys (6.14.10.3722, 93.34 KB (95,579 bytes), 8/20/2004 13:50)

Name Intel(R) 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
PNP Device ID PCI\\VEN_8086&DEV_3582&SUBSYS_FF001179&REV_02\\3&61AAA01&0&11
Adapter Type Intel(R) 82852/82855 Graphics Controller, Intel Corporation compatible
Adapter Description Intel(R) 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
Adapter RAM 64.00 MB (67,108,864 bytes)
Installed Drivers ialmrnt5.dll
Driver Version 6.14.10.3722
INF File oem17.inf (iMGM section)
Color Planes Not Available
Color Table Entries Not Available
Resolution Not Available
Bits/Pixel Not Available
Memory Address 0xF0000000-0xF7FFFFFF
Memory Address 0xE0080000-0xE00FFFFF
Driver c:\\windows\\system32\\drivers\\ialmnt5.sys (6.14.10.3722, 93.34 KB (95,579 bytes), 8/20/2004 13:50)

hope that helps!

Ricky



OK, I turned off the "ScreenSaver" and sure as God made little Green Apples (hhhmmmmm reminds me of a song) I got an error! So i'm going to leave the ScreenSaver off and see what happens. However, I have notice by doing that I have to go in and click on the next file to see it, It don't switch for one to the other on it's own like in the ScreenSaver.

Ricky


OK, I think that* we can put this one to "bed". I have found that when i stop using the ScreenSaver I stop getting the "Client Errors". It don't tell me why i was getting them when using the ScreenSaver i just know it stopped when i stopped using it. Thanks to all who gave me tips on fixing it!

Ricky

Had to fix a typo! :)

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Message 172130 - Posted: 26 Sep 2005, 20:25:57 UTC - in response to Message 171303.

Not sure what it has. I'll check it out when i get home..... Being a laptop the graphics is on the Mother Board right???


Ricky,

Go into hardware manager it will usually identify the chip set for the video card. If it says Radeon ... that is an ATI and there have been problems with ATI and BOINC. Since I don't look at the graphics that much it has not been an issue for me ... but that may be part of your problem.

It also may be something else entirely too ...


Ok here is the info about my display:

Name Intel(R) 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
PNP Device ID PCI\\VEN_8086&DEV_3582&SUBSYS_FF001179&REV_02\\3&61AAA01&0&10
Adapter Type Intel(R) 82852/82855 Graphics Controller, Intel Corporation compatible
Adapter Description Intel(R) 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
Adapter RAM 64.00 MB (67,108,864 bytes)
Installed Drivers ialmrnt5.dll
Driver Version 6.14.10.3722
INF File oem17.inf (iMGM section)
Color Planes 1
Color Table Entries 4294967296
Resolution 1024 x 768 x 60 hertz
Bits/Pixel 32
Memory Address 0xE8000000-0xEFFFFFFF
Memory Address 0xE0000000-0xE007FFFF
I/O Port 0x00001800-0x00001807
IRQ Channel IRQ 16
I/O Port 0x000003B0-0x000003BB
I/O Port 0x000003C0-0x000003DF
Memory Address 0xA0000-0xBFFFF
Driver c:\\windows\\system32\\drivers\\ialmnt5.sys (6.14.10.3722, 93.34 KB (95,579 bytes), 8/20/2004 13:50)

Name Intel(R) 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
PNP Device ID PCI\\VEN_8086&DEV_3582&SUBSYS_FF001179&REV_02\\3&61AAA01&0&11
Adapter Type Intel(R) 82852/82855 Graphics Controller, Intel Corporation compatible
Adapter Description Intel(R) 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
Adapter RAM 64.00 MB (67,108,864 bytes)
Installed Drivers ialmrnt5.dll
Driver Version 6.14.10.3722
INF File oem17.inf (iMGM section)
Color Planes Not Available
Color Table Entries Not Available
Resolution Not Available
Bits/Pixel Not Available
Memory Address 0xF0000000-0xF7FFFFFF
Memory Address 0xE0080000-0xE00FFFFF
Driver c:\\windows\\system32\\drivers\\ialmnt5.sys (6.14.10.3722, 93.34 KB (95,579 bytes), 8/20/2004 13:50)

hope that helps!

Ricky



OK, I turned off the "ScreenSaver" and sure as God made little Green Apples (hhhmmmmm reminds me of a song) I got an error! So i'm going to leave the ScreenSaver off and see what happens. However, I have notice by doing that I have to go in and click on the next file to see it, It don't switch for one to the other on it's own like in the ScreenSaver.

Ricky


OK, I think this we can put this one to "bed". I have found that when i stop using the ScreenSaver I stop getting the "Client Errors". It don't tell me why i was getting them when using the ScreenSaver i just know it stopped when i stopped using it. Thanks to all who gave me tips on fixing it!

Ricky

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Message 171303 - Posted: 24 Sep 2005, 13:10:46 UTC - in response to Message 171133.

Not sure what it has. I'll check it out when i get home..... Being a laptop the graphics is on the Mother Board right???


Ricky,

Go into hardware manager it will usually identify the chip set for the video card. If it says Radeon ... that is an ATI and there have been problems with ATI and BOINC. Since I don't look at the graphics that much it has not been an issue for me ... but that may be part of your problem.

It also may be something else entirely too ...


Ok here is the info about my display:

Name Intel(R) 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
PNP Device ID PCI\\VEN_8086&DEV_3582&SUBSYS_FF001179&REV_02\\3&61AAA01&0&10
Adapter Type Intel(R) 82852/82855 Graphics Controller, Intel Corporation compatible
Adapter Description Intel(R) 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
Adapter RAM 64.00 MB (67,108,864 bytes)
Installed Drivers ialmrnt5.dll
Driver Version 6.14.10.3722
INF File oem17.inf (iMGM section)
Color Planes 1
Color Table Entries 4294967296
Resolution 1024 x 768 x 60 hertz
Bits/Pixel 32
Memory Address 0xE8000000-0xEFFFFFFF
Memory Address 0xE0000000-0xE007FFFF
I/O Port 0x00001800-0x00001807
IRQ Channel IRQ 16
I/O Port 0x000003B0-0x000003BB
I/O Port 0x000003C0-0x000003DF
Memory Address 0xA0000-0xBFFFF
Driver c:\\windows\\system32\\drivers\\ialmnt5.sys (6.14.10.3722, 93.34 KB (95,579 bytes), 8/20/2004 13:50)

Name Intel(R) 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
PNP Device ID PCI\\VEN_8086&DEV_3582&SUBSYS_FF001179&REV_02\\3&61AAA01&0&11
Adapter Type Intel(R) 82852/82855 Graphics Controller, Intel Corporation compatible
Adapter Description Intel(R) 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
Adapter RAM 64.00 MB (67,108,864 bytes)
Installed Drivers ialmrnt5.dll
Driver Version 6.14.10.3722
INF File oem17.inf (iMGM section)
Color Planes Not Available
Color Table Entries Not Available
Resolution Not Available
Bits/Pixel Not Available
Memory Address 0xF0000000-0xF7FFFFFF
Memory Address 0xE0080000-0xE00FFFFF
Driver c:\\windows\\system32\\drivers\\ialmnt5.sys (6.14.10.3722, 93.34 KB (95,579 bytes), 8/20/2004 13:50)

hope that helps!

Ricky



OK, I turned off the "ScreenSaver" and sure as God made little Green Apples (hhhmmmmm reminds me of a song) I got an error! So i'm going to leave the ScreenSaver off and see what happens. However, I have notice by doing that I have to go in and click on the next file to see it, It don't switch for one to the other on it's own like in the ScreenSaver.

Ricky

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Message 171133 - Posted: 23 Sep 2005, 23:36:11 UTC - in response to Message 171087.

Not sure what it has. I'll check it out when i get home..... Being a laptop the graphics is on the Mother Board right???


Ricky,

Go into hardware manager it will usually identify the chip set for the video card. If it says Radeon ... that is an ATI and there have been problems with ATI and BOINC. Since I don't look at the graphics that much it has not been an issue for me ... but that may be part of your problem.

It also may be something else entirely too ...


Ok here is the info about my display:

Name Intel(R) 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
PNP Device ID PCI\\VEN_8086&DEV_3582&SUBSYS_FF001179&REV_02\\3&61AAA01&0&10
Adapter Type Intel(R) 82852/82855 Graphics Controller, Intel Corporation compatible
Adapter Description Intel(R) 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
Adapter RAM 64.00 MB (67,108,864 bytes)
Installed Drivers ialmrnt5.dll
Driver Version 6.14.10.3722
INF File oem17.inf (iMGM section)
Color Planes 1
Color Table Entries 4294967296
Resolution 1024 x 768 x 60 hertz
Bits/Pixel 32
Memory Address 0xE8000000-0xEFFFFFFF
Memory Address 0xE0000000-0xE007FFFF
I/O Port 0x00001800-0x00001807
IRQ Channel IRQ 16
I/O Port 0x000003B0-0x000003BB
I/O Port 0x000003C0-0x000003DF
Memory Address 0xA0000-0xBFFFF
Driver c:\\windows\\system32\\drivers\\ialmnt5.sys (6.14.10.3722, 93.34 KB (95,579 bytes), 8/20/2004 13:50)

Name Intel(R) 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
PNP Device ID PCI\\VEN_8086&DEV_3582&SUBSYS_FF001179&REV_02\\3&61AAA01&0&11
Adapter Type Intel(R) 82852/82855 Graphics Controller, Intel Corporation compatible
Adapter Description Intel(R) 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
Adapter RAM 64.00 MB (67,108,864 bytes)
Installed Drivers ialmrnt5.dll
Driver Version 6.14.10.3722
INF File oem17.inf (iMGM section)
Color Planes Not Available
Color Table Entries Not Available
Resolution Not Available
Bits/Pixel Not Available
Memory Address 0xF0000000-0xF7FFFFFF
Memory Address 0xE0080000-0xE00FFFFF
Driver c:\\windows\\system32\\drivers\\ialmnt5.sys (6.14.10.3722, 93.34 KB (95,579 bytes), 8/20/2004 13:50)

hope that helps!

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Message 171112 - Posted: 23 Sep 2005, 22:58:54 UTC

And BTW what's the problem with ATI and BOINC's graphics? I heard a lot about it, but why ATI makes things differ, incompatibility or what?
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Message 171087 - Posted: 23 Sep 2005, 21:29:03 UTC - in response to Message 171053.

Not sure what it has. I'll check it out when i get home..... Being a laptop the graphics is on the Mother Board right???


Ricky,

Go into hardware manager it will usually identify the chip set for the video card. If it says Radeon ... that is an ATI and there have been problems with ATI and BOINC. Since I don't look at the graphics that much it has not been an issue for me ... but that may be part of your problem.

It also may be something else entirely too ...

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Message 171053 - Posted: 23 Sep 2005, 18:59:51 UTC - in response to Message 170990.

Ah. Do you have an ATI graphics card?


Not sure what it has. I'll check it out when i get home..... Being a laptop the graphics is on the Mother Board right???

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Message 170990 - Posted: 23 Sep 2005, 15:01:36 UTC

Ah. Do you have an ATI graphics card?
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Message 170941 - Posted: 23 Sep 2005, 11:34:26 UTC - in response to Message 170591.

This is not a dumb question at all. The answer is that each of the projects is doing different things with each work unit.


The fact that not all programs use the same "stuff" is what allows an Intel processor with "Hyper-Threading" to make one CPU look like two. You do NOT get a full two CPUs, but, you do get 40-60% of one. So, My HT computers do two work units in slightly longer run times than a non-HT computer, but I am doing two at the same time (or 4 in a dual CPU Xeon with HT). You can see the effect if you look at the processing times in my chart.

Compare the 2.8 GHz non-HT with the 3.0 GHz HT processors and you can see that the 3.0 GHz processors are SLOWER than the 2.8 GHz processor. BUT, I am doing 2 at the same time, hence higher throughput.

In general, running work from different projects on the systems would increase slightly the efficiency as they are more LIKELY to be using different parts of the CPU for processing. Fewer conflicts, faster speed.

If you mouse around the Wiki you should be able to find more information. Look for physical processor, logical processor, hyperthreading (or is it hyper-threading?) and the like. see if they help.

And the only dumb question is the one you DON'T ask ...


Well, I almost think that the errors have something to do with my screensaver, i went and turned it on this moring and almost as soon as it trid to come on i got an error! So when i go home after work today i'll turn the screen saver back off and see what happens.

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Message 170591 - Posted: 22 Sep 2005, 5:50:52 UTC

This is not a dumb question at all. The answer is that each of the projects is doing different things with each work unit.


The fact that not all programs use the same "stuff" is what allows an Intel processor with "Hyper-Threading" to make one CPU look like two. You do NOT get a full two CPUs, but, you do get 40-60% of one. So, My HT computers do two work units in slightly longer run times than a non-HT computer, but I am doing two at the same time (or 4 in a dual CPU Xeon with HT). You can see the effect if you look at the processing times in my chart.

Compare the 2.8 GHz non-HT with the 3.0 GHz HT processors and you can see that the 3.0 GHz processors are SLOWER than the 2.8 GHz processor. BUT, I am doing 2 at the same time, hence higher throughput.

In general, running work from different projects on the systems would increase slightly the efficiency as they are more LIKELY to be using different parts of the CPU for processing. Fewer conflicts, faster speed.

If you mouse around the Wiki you should be able to find more information. Look for physical processor, logical processor, hyperthreading (or is it hyper-threading?) and the like. see if they help.

And the only dumb question is the one you DON'T ask ...
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Message 170500 - Posted: 22 Sep 2005, 0:50:15 UTC - in response to Message 170459.

This may be a dumb question but do some of the projects but more of a load on the CPU then others? They all do basicly the same thing right?

Ricky

This is not a dumb question at all. The answer is that each of the projects is doing different things with each work unit. After a while you'll see how long each project takes on your computer. The Climate Prediction work units crunch and crunch and crunch and crunch for weeks.

The project server figures out how much work to give you based on your "connect every" setting, your computer's benchmarks, and how much resource share you gave that project on that computer.

Say that your machine could crunch an Einstein unit in 10 hours, but you are sharing the machine 50/50 between Einstein and SETI. This means your computer will spend half its time crunching Einstein, and you can reasonably expect to be done a work unit in 20 hours. You are set to connect every 2 days, so when your machine connects to the server, it will "top off your tank" so you have about 48 hours of work (about 2 Einstein work units).

The problem is that often the benchmarks are inaccurate, and the amount of work needed to complete a given work unit can be difficult to predict with any certainty. Combine these and you get the wide range of cache issues that you hear about on this Forum. This is why I can't give you an exact figure for cache settings other than "half of whatever gave you 4 units."

(BTW, the next version of the BOINC client supposedly improves the benchmarking accuracy a lot. I'm looking forward to that... and the mad dash of everyone changing their cache settings.)

I hope that helps.
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Message 170459 - Posted: 21 Sep 2005, 21:39:22 UTC - in response to Message 170424.

OK I did notice that I had typed in the middle if the message after I had hit return :(
Anyway I have clicked the "no New Work" thingy for this laptop until i can do more testing. I guess it will finish the work it has and turn it in until it's done right? Once i feel better with it i can restart the work. How do i tell it not to download more then 2 WU? Right now it downloads 4 and sometimes 5.
Another reason for doing this is that this laptop will be offline for about a week or two while i'm gone away for some R & R :)

Thanks for your time and help!!
Ricky

The most straightforward way to limit the size of your WU cache is to change the "connect to server every X days" setting in your profile. Whatever it is now, cut it in half and you should keep 2 or 3 work units on your machine at a time. Forget how often you actually want to connect... this setting relies on (for now) inaccurate benchmarks.

When you dial up to connect, it will refill its cache up to the amount you specificied. Unfortunately, there is no way to explicitly say "I want exactly 2 work units."


This may be a dumb question but do some of the projects but more of a load on the CPU then others? They all do basicly the same thing right?

Ricky


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Message 170424 - Posted: 21 Sep 2005, 16:10:56 UTC - in response to Message 170422.

OK I did notice that I had typed in the middle if the message after I had hit return :(
Anyway I have clicked the "no New Work" thingy for this laptop until i can do more testing. I guess it will finish the work it has and turn it in until it's done right? Once i feel better with it i can restart the work. How do i tell it not to download more then 2 WU? Right now it downloads 4 and sometimes 5.
Another reason for doing this is that this laptop will be offline for about a week or two while i'm gone away for some R & R :)

Thanks for your time and help!!
Ricky

The most straightforward way to limit the size of your WU cache is to change the "connect to server every X days" setting in your profile. Whatever it is now, cut it in half and you should keep 2 or 3 work units on your machine at a time. Forget how often you actually want to connect... this setting relies on (for now) inaccurate benchmarks.

When you dial up to connect, it will refill its cache up to the amount you specificied. Unfortunately, there is no way to explicitly say "I want exactly 2 work units."
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Message 170422 - Posted: 21 Sep 2005, 16:04:51 UTC - in response to Message 170248.

OK, kool, so i'm i running the "optimized" or the standard? and when asked do i say 4.45 or 4.18?

Looks like you've got the standard versions of both the BOINC core client and the SETI Science app.
Oh yes and one other thing i notice sometimes that the display is kinda jerky at time like the CPU is working on other things in the backround too.

That's probably what's happening. <g> I see it too, when I'm multi-tasking. Since I don't leave the display up for long, I haven't worried about it.

When you're ready to tackle something new, you might have a look at the BBCode for posting messages, particularaly the [ quote] [ /quote] tags. Your reply was buried in a quote of the entire previous message, with nothing to make it stand out. It's not difficult to get the hang of how it works, and you can look at the coding in other people's messages by hitting reply and checking out the tags in the message box.

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OK I did notice that I had typed in the middle if the message after I had hit return :(
Anyway I have clicked the "no New Work" thingy for this laptop until i can do more testing. I guess it will finish the work it has and turn it in until it's done right? Once i feel better with it i can restart the work. How do i tell it not to download more then 2 WU? Right now it downloads 4 and sometimes 5.
Another reason for doing this is that this laptop will be offline for about a week or two while i'm gone away for some R & R :)

Thanks for your time and help!!
Ricky



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Message 170248 - Posted: 21 Sep 2005, 1:21:46 UTC - in response to Message 170217.

OK, kool, so i'm i running the "optimized" or the standard? and when asked do i say 4.45 or 4.18?

Looks like you've got the standard versions of both the BOINC core client and the SETI Science app.
Oh yes and one other thing i notice sometimes that the display is kinda jerky at time like the CPU is working on other things in the backround too.

That's probably what's happening. <g> I see it too, when I'm multi-tasking. Since I don't leave the display up for long, I haven't worried about it.

When you're ready to tackle something new, you might have a look at the BBCode for posting messages, particularaly the [ quote] [ /quote] tags. Your reply was buried in a quote of the entire previous message, with nothing to make it stand out. It's not difficult to get the hang of how it works, and you can look at the coding in other people's messages by hitting reply and checking out the tags in the message box.

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Message 170217 - Posted: 21 Sep 2005, 0:18:14 UTC - in response to Message 170211.

According to the work he's returned, he's using 4.45.

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Are you talking about my work? If so where did you find this info? My messages only refers to 4.18? Where do i look for it?

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Go to "Your Account".
Click on "View" under "Results"
Click on the "Result ID" that you want to look at.

When clicking on your last result that you returned on the 1st computer listed under your account, this is what comes up,

OK, kool, so i'm i running the "optimized" or the standard? and when asked do i say 4.45 or 4.18?

Oh yes and one other thing i notice sometimes that the display is kinda jerky at time like the CPU is working on other things in the backround too.

Ricky

Result ID 112152738
Name 06no03aa.20350.28224.297172.43_3
Workunit 26601701
Created 13 Sep 2005 2:54:49 UTC
Sent 14 Sep 2005 1:56:33 UTC
Received 20 Sep 2005 19:50:41 UTC
Server state Over
Outcome Success
Client state Done
Exit status 0 (0x0)
Computer ID 1316786
Report deadline 28 Sep 2005 1:56:33 UTC
CPU time 16524.421875
stderr out <core_client_version>4.45</core_client_version>
<stderr_txt>

</stderr_txt>


Validate state Valid
Claimed credit 31.593118651765
Granted credit 32.9608968243098
application version 4.18

As you can see, your using "Core Cliet Version 4.45", which is the BOINC client.

"Application Version 4.18" is what Seti application you currently have running.

Hope that helps some.

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Message 170211 - Posted: 20 Sep 2005, 23:54:45 UTC - in response to Message 170209.

According to the work he's returned, he's using 4.45.

MJ


Are you talking about my work? If so where did you find this info? My messages only refers to 4.18? Where do i look for it?

Ricky


Go to "Your Account".
Click on "View" under "Results"
Click on the "Result ID" that you want to look at.

When clicking on your last result that you returned on the 1st computer listed under your account, this is what comes up,


Result ID 112152738
Name 06no03aa.20350.28224.297172.43_3
Workunit 26601701
Created 13 Sep 2005 2:54:49 UTC
Sent 14 Sep 2005 1:56:33 UTC
Received 20 Sep 2005 19:50:41 UTC
Server state Over
Outcome Success
Client state Done
Exit status 0 (0x0)
Computer ID 1316786
Report deadline 28 Sep 2005 1:56:33 UTC
CPU time 16524.421875
stderr out <core_client_version>4.45</core_client_version>
<stderr_txt>

</stderr_txt>


Validate state Valid
Claimed credit 31.593118651765
Granted credit 32.9608968243098
application version 4.18

As you can see, your using "Core Cliet Version 4.45", which is the BOINC client.

"Application Version 4.18" is what Seti application you currently have running.

Hope that helps some.

Jeremy

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Message 170209 - Posted: 20 Sep 2005, 23:41:49 UTC - in response to Message 170204.

According to the work he's returned, he's using 4.45.

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Are you talking about my work? If so where did you find this info? My messages only refers to 4.18? Where do i look for it?

Ricky

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Message 170204 - Posted: 20 Sep 2005, 23:13:42 UTC

According to the work he's returned, he's using 4.45.

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Message 170140 - Posted: 20 Sep 2005, 20:09:40 UTC - in response to Message 170133.

From what i can see i'm running 4.18 or that is what i see under the message tap when BOINC is posting messages. But why is nothing running now? I'm i about to be dropped from the system due to because of to many errors?

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If you downloaded and installed an "optimized" client but happened to select the wrong one (some come in multiple flavors that must be matched exactly to your CPU model) then you could run into problems like you described.

If you haven't gone out of your way to install an "optimized" client, then you are running the standard 4.18 client. This is the application that you get automatically when you attach to the project.

An excessive number of errors can cause the server to lower your maximum-workunits-per-day, but it never goes below 1/day. Every valid result doubles your maximum-workunits-per-day (up to 100/day). Once you get your computer up and running, this quota will take care of itself.
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