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Message 959525 - Posted: 30 Dec 2009, 13:11:05 UTC
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Matt, you had let run the 'validate error make again well script', right?
Thanks!
All my 'validate error's are away.

Nearly all.. one is still in the overview.
[http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/workunit.php?wuid=487098725]

I don't know why. It's an old (reported 7 Aug 2009 15:10:25 UTC) but to now not two similar results found.
I have with my 'validate error' the same result as the last 'well' result of 21 Dec 2009 18:03:51 UTC.
Both results have the same output of:
Spike count: 1
Pulse count: 0
Triplet count: 0
Gaussian count: 0


Two more WUs were sent out for to compare the result.


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Message 959539 - Posted: 30 Dec 2009, 14:47:41 UTC - in response to Message 959242.  

[quote][quote]Thanks for the tip - the validate errors are fixed now.

- Matt


Hi!
Some 630 WUs are invalid for me.
Small hope: after they go out again (400 000 ready to be send),
validator might validate them.

BR, HNY
Iztok



Thanks! (all validated, even some old ones)

Happy upgrade to Y2010,

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Message 959542 - Posted: 30 Dec 2009, 15:19:29 UTC

All chugging along nicely here. Good to see those not needed tags replace the validate errors and credit granted. Great work from all involved in the recovery.

Thanks to all the crew at SETI!! Hope the next one goes a bit smoother now that you know what to expect. :-)




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Message 959557 - Posted: 30 Dec 2009, 16:32:54 UTC

I don't know if there can be done anything about it, but it might (at least) be informational:

The download of the stats-exports is extremely troublesome.. Yesterday I managed to download them manually (automatically failed every time).

Today the download is even more troublesome, I'm at manual attempt number three (and now also trying to get it to my home-computer, but not much better..)


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Message 959607 - Posted: 30 Dec 2009, 22:06:05 UTC - in response to Message 959557.  

There seems to be a problem Huston for the last week the site has shit itself can't download units can't upload can't even check the web site out . It was working yesterday but today haveing troubble . When seti site worked yesterday Einstein didn't got a message from browser saying the problem at your end the firewall was blocking me . Was lucky the message board part of site opened but couldn't get home page or my account keep getting no connection error if i analyse connection i then get the message firewall blocking me at your end please fix problems as it is affecting the other progects two



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Message 959629 - Posted: 30 Dec 2009, 23:57:20 UTC - in response to Message 959557.  

The latest stats-export was automatically downloaded "as it used to go" => fast! :D

So whatever was wrong/less good is great again :D

I don't know if there can be done anything about it, but it might (at least) be informational:

The download of the stats-exports is extremely troublesome.. Yesterday I managed to download them manually (automatically failed every time).

Today the download is even more troublesome, I'm at manual attempt number three (and now also trying to get it to my home-computer, but not much better..)


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Message 959646 - Posted: 31 Dec 2009, 1:11:14 UTC
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A happy 2010 for the staff at Seti@home!



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Message 960561 - Posted: 3 Jan 2010, 13:42:16 UTC

FYI:

I built a "safeguard" in our S@H-stats scripts, when the '<total_credit>' is the same (or very marginally more) it will not download the *.gz files.

The latest export contains exactly the same '<total_credit>' as the previous one, therefore the data in the *.gz files is most like the same as the previous export, so no new export(?).

PS: if this is not the place to mention these things I apologise (if so, where would be a better place?)

Best regards,

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Message 960690 - Posted: 3 Jan 2010, 19:45:54 UTC - in response to Message 960561.  

FYI:

I built a "safeguard" in our S@H-stats scripts, when the '<total_credit>' is the same (or very marginally more) it will not download the *.gz files.

The latest export contains exactly the same '<total_credit>' as the previous one, therefore the data in the *.gz files is most like the same as the previous export, so no new export(?).

PS: if this is not the place to mention these things I apologise (if so, where would be a better place?)

Best regards,

Eesger

I believe that you can also check the timestamp of the file before you download it. If the timestamp is the same, there has been no update.


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Message 960868 - Posted: 5 Jan 2010, 9:44:01 UTC - in response to Message 960690.  

True, I do that as well.. but it "says" it's new (22:27:06 02-01-2010) but the TC is the same as the previous export (00:26:59 02-01-2010)

PS: date/time = GMT

I believe that you can also check the timestamp of the file before you download it. If the timestamp is the same, there has been no update.


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Message 961086 - Posted: 6 Jan 2010, 3:11:10 UTC - in response to Message 960868.  

True, I do that as well.. but it "says" it's new (22:27:06 02-01-2010) but the TC is the same as the previous export (00:26:59 02-01-2010)

PS: date/time = GMT

I believe that you can also check the timestamp of the file before you download it. If the timestamp is the same, there has been no update.


OK. That makes sense. It could be that the replica database did not do anything in the time between, but was made active again and noticed the time difference and cut a new version of the XML.


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