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Message 1182 - Posted: 24 Jun 2004, 14:28:35 UTC

http://setiboinc.ssl.berkeley.edu/sah/results.php?hostid=7309

How can this host which returns -110 (couldnt start app) be a successful result?

When its not claiming 0 credits with the above its spitting out the same error but with -!- results.

WTF?!?! I thought these clients were going to be removed from the project before Live started!

I just hope these so called succesful 0.0 claim results are thrown out by the validator (and the host id invadiated so it doesnt get any more units)and a new client given the unit.

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Message 1185 - Posted: 24 Jun 2004, 14:34:52 UTC

I don't think you've seen anything yet Enigma, wait until everybody starts coming in and joining up, thats when the fun's going to begin...

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Message 1546 - Posted: 25 Jun 2004, 0:23:00 UTC
Last modified: 25 Jun 2004, 0:25:55 UTC

Do you know what this means?

3.18
process exited with code 26 (0x1a)

Results page said "Client error". About 50 (limit for a day?) of them all in same comp (17097). Other computers works fine.

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Message 1562 - Posted: 25 Jun 2004, 0:48:32 UTC
Last modified: 25 Jun 2004, 0:58:11 UTC

>>I just hope these so called succesful 0.0 claim results are thrown out...

The new credit system is * , so if that 0.0 required 2 minutes to crunch through on your system, you would get * credit for it.

In this way short WUs and long WUs make no difference for credit if your machine is continuously working on them.

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>>About 50 (limit for a day?)
How many CPUs are in this single machine? A typical Pentium 4 -- 2.4Gig will usually process a standard WU in about 3hrs to 3hrs 20min. To do 50 in a day would require a 7 CPU system at 2.4Gig or something equivalent.

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