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Message 224733 - Posted: 2 Jan 2006, 17:21:47 UTC

Seti (BOINC) seems to refuse towork.
Most recent messages after me requesnting new work (which should normally work automatically !)

2/01/2006 18:16:21||request_reschedule_cpus: project op
2/01/2006 18:16:23|SETI@home|Sending scheduler request to
2/01/2006 18:16:23|SETI@home|Reason: Requested by user
2/01/2006 18:16:23|SETI@home|Requesting 8640 seconds of new work
2/01/2006 18:16:53|SETI@home|Scheduler request to succeeded

Why doe BOINC refuses to send me new work and why doe the project tab shows that communication has been postpones?

I'm getting tired of being confronted with these problems every few daysn what NEVER happend in de ols client version !!!!!
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Message 224735 - Posted: 2 Jan 2006, 17:24:25 UTC

Stop trying to micromanage BOINC and let it do its work. Try to attach to a second project, as Seti has problems:

Post by Matt Lebofsky:

Basically, the database is suffering in general because we got that assimilator queue up so high that there are an excessive amount of results in the result table. Normally db_purge keeps this size to a steady-state minimum, but now it is at least twice the size of normal. Actually we are more or less back down to the steady-state minimum, but we need to compress the table, which will require an outage. We'll be limping along until then.

- Matt


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