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Message 11226 - Posted: 22 Jul 2004, 10:52:58 UTC

Hello,

I think i'm not alone in this case but i have not found answer in the posts.

I had 2 computers running boinc, one old and other new. The new had a temporary IP address.
I format de old (win 2000->XP), and assign a new IP.
The new takes the IP of the old one.

Now i have 3 computers ID on boinc and i want merge the old, but i can't. there's no check box.
I have read one post which explain to use the old computer to merge it, but i can't because it doesn't exist !

Any ideas? thanks
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Message 11259 - Posted: 22 Jul 2004, 11:58:45 UTC

The computers have different operating systems. You will not be able to merge them.

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Message 11313 - Posted: 22 Jul 2004, 14:11:03 UTC - in response to Message 11259.  

> The computers have different operating systems. You will not be able to merge
> them.
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> BOINCing since 2002/12/08
>And what if i will format drive and install same windows withe next gen. of service patch? Will it be possible to merge this computers?
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Message 11375 - Posted: 22 Jul 2004, 16:01:56 UTC - in response to Message 11313.  

> > The computers have different operating systems. You will not be able to
> merge
> > them.
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> >And what if i will format drive and install same windows withe next gen.
> of service patch? Will it be possible to merge this computers?
>
Probably not. The best way to attempt it is to copy the old directory to the new disk and then install the latest version of BOINC over it. That way it may update the existing client_state.xml file instead of creating a new one.

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Message 11849 - Posted: 24 Jul 2004, 8:36:43 UTC

i got the same problem but all my computers have the same operating system and service pack.
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Message 11855 - Posted: 24 Jul 2004, 9:07:11 UTC - in response to Message 11849.  

> i got the same problem but all my computers have the same operating system and
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I see 4 different CPUs on your computers so that is why yours will not merge.

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Message 11874 - Posted: 24 Jul 2004, 10:44:02 UTC

ok i get it. but why am i not able to delete the host graphiste2 which never render any data? it says me "Error: existing results"
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Message 11914 - Posted: 24 Jul 2004, 13:17:16 UTC - in response to Message 11874.  

> ok i get it. but why am i not able to delete the host graphiste2 which never
> render any data? it says me "Error: existing results"
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Possibly there were results assigned to that computer even if they were not returned.

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