Lesson #1, Never use the word "fixed" (March 17, 2010)

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Message 989629 - Posted: 16 Apr 2010, 19:50:22 UTC

I get like 200 tasks a day on one of my quad cores, very strange, never had that before, more like 10 tasks a day...

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Message 990430 - Posted: 19 Apr 2010, 15:48:38 UTC - in response to Message 989629.  
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I get like 200 tasks a day on one of my quad cores, very strange, never had that before, more like 10 tasks a day...


Check the run times - I bet they are all VLAR Work Units... (if CPU...)

On another front, the tie to Arecibo's positioning is now showing "as of 5020 minutes ago" so that's broken again - on the science status page.
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Message 990552 - Posted: 19 Apr 2010, 23:21:32 UTC

She started to process CUDA work units and has downloaded a batch of them.
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Message 990918 - Posted: 21 Apr 2010, 18:57:25 UTC

I pushed the "no new work" button, better now:)

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