Because of the new opt. app., no 5.28 WUs?

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Message 633250 - Posted: 4 Sep 2007, 6:31:25 UTC
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I switched to the newest opt. app. (09/02/2007) and since this I get the message: 'no work from project'

I done it before ~ 1 hour..

It have something to do with the '5.28' entry in the app_info.xml ?

The 'old' app had max. '5.27'..


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Message 633253 - Posted: 4 Sep 2007, 6:56:16 UTC

I have no problems with receiving 5.28 using the optimised version. I'm running on win32.


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Message 633297 - Posted: 4 Sep 2007, 9:57:36 UTC - in response to Message 633250.



I switched to the newest opt. app. (09/02/2007) and since this I get the message: 'no work from project'

I done it before ~ 1 hour..

It have something to do with the '5.28' entry in the app_info.xml ?

The 'old' app had max. '5.27'..


There is no work - period.

BTW, There are no 5.27 or 5.28 WUs. Berkeley doesn't create work for a specific version of the application. The closest they've come is the time we converted from SETI Clasic to SETI Enhanced. At that time only the Enhanced Application could get Enhanced WUs and only the Clasic Application could get Clasic WUs.

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Message 633303 - Posted: 4 Sep 2007, 10:47:47 UTC - in response to Message 633297.
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There is no work - period.


Well now - that might be a "good enough" answer for the "CheerLeaders" ;-)

For the rest of us - the answer could be in this thread:
http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/forum_thread.php?id=42102

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Message 633308 - Posted: 4 Sep 2007, 11:03:12 UTC - in response to Message 633303.


There is no work - period.


Well now - that might be a "good enough" answer for the "CheerLeaders" ;-)

For the rest of us - the answer could be in this thread:
http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/forum_thread.php?id=42102

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Good enough for me!
I demand a refund. Oh wait, I didn't pay to join,
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Message 633313 - Posted: 4 Sep 2007, 11:13:38 UTC - in response to Message 633308.
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Good enough for me!


I knew that ;-)

BTW: Watch your RAC - it's getting dangerous low.
You might find yourself NOT to be able to write in the Seti forums - if it gets lower than the minimum required. ;)

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Message 633356 - Posted: 4 Sep 2007, 13:16:48 UTC - in response to Message 633313.


Good enough for me!


I knew that ;-)

BTW: Watch your RAC - it's getting dangerous low.
You might find yourself NOT to be able to write in the Seti forums - if it gets lower than the minimum required. ;)

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Anyone know what the minimum is, I don't have any idea.

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Message 633359 - Posted: 4 Sep 2007, 13:20:56 UTC
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Boinc 4.19 at seti (if it's changed, I didn't get the memo)

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Message 633380 - Posted: 4 Sep 2007, 14:01:18 UTC



Thanks for support!

Now I got WUs.. :-)


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Philadelphia asked because of the minimum of RAC to post here at this board.. ;-)
..I don't know..


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Message 633385 - Posted: 4 Sep 2007, 14:09:53 UTC
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Just,...and I mean just before I started gathering data, I actually got below a rac of 1. When it got below 0.5, then I couldn't post. I had to run seti or not post. I'd been working for months to get my projects to stop at as close to 5 digits as possible (I.E 30K without going over, 200K etc). It wasn't seti's turn, but they forced my hand, so I'm setting it's limit (stopping point) at 250 or 300K. See sig below. Then I'll go back and try to finish off the other projects I was running(rosetta to 300K, Primegrid and ufluids to 30K). I'm being held hostage to be able to help users..grrrrrrr.

Anyway, 0.5 is the lowest your rac can go and still post (it's rounded up to 1, at 0.49 you're done)



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Message 633454 - Posted: 4 Sep 2007, 16:13:00 UTC - in response to Message 633385.

Just,...and I mean just before I started gathering data, I actually got below a rac of 1. When it got below 0.5, then I couldn't post. I had to run seti or not post. I'd been working for months to get my projects to stop at as close to 5 digits as possible (I.E 30K without going over, 200K etc). It wasn't seti's turn, but they forced my hand, so I'm setting it's limit (stopping point) at 250 or 300K. See sig below. Then I'll go back and try to finish off the other projects I was running(rosetta to 300K, Primegrid and ufluids to 30K). I'm being held hostage to be able to help users..grrrrrrr.

Anyway, 0.5 is the lowest your rac can go and still post (it's rounded up to 1, at 0.49 you're done)

Well then I guess I can still post for a while. ;)
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Message 633455 - Posted: 4 Sep 2007, 16:14:05 UTC - in response to Message 633454.

Just,...and I mean just before I started gathering data, I actually got below a rac of 1. When it got below 0.5, then I couldn't post. I had to run seti or not post. I'd been working for months to get my projects to stop at as close to 5 digits as possible (I.E 30K without going over, 200K etc). It wasn't seti's turn, but they forced my hand, so I'm setting it's limit (stopping point) at 250 or 300K. See sig below. Then I'll go back and try to finish off the other projects I was running(rosetta to 300K, Primegrid and ufluids to 30K). I'm being held hostage to be able to help users..grrrrrrr.

Anyway, 0.5 is the lowest your rac can go and still post (it's rounded up to 1, at 0.49 you're done)

Well then I guess I can still post for a while. ;)

Mine should last a few days, even if one of my quads crashes...LOL.

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Message 633710 - Posted: 5 Sep 2007, 1:43:41 UTC - in response to Message 633455.

Mine should last a few days, even if one of my quads crashes...LOL.

If you pulled the plug on all of them right now you’d probably be good until next year!

7 d * (lg(20000) – lg(0.5)) ≈ 107 d

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