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Message 1065029 - Posted: 9 Jan 2011, 19:42:44 UTC

Am I seeing double when I go to the all tasks page to find out that a project says that it has been 'completed and verified', then later on refresh shows the same project as being 'completed, waiting for validation'? If it states, 'completed, validation inconclusive' it does not change.

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Message 1065039 - Posted: 9 Jan 2011, 20:18:25 UTC - in response to Message 1065029.  

You have several tasks that ended on "process got signal 11". See this FAQ for what may cause that on your system.

I suspect that all the tasks will eventually end up with no credit, due to whatever is ailing your computer. Your tasks go from "Completed, waiting for validation" to "Completed, validation inconclusive", after which these tasks are sent out to a third computer which will probably be in agreement with what your wingmen their computers say the outcome of these tasks should be. All your tasks will end up with 'validate state invalid", or similar wording.


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Message 1065043 - Posted: 9 Jan 2011, 20:42:52 UTC - in response to Message 1065039.  

The tasks that I have signal 11 on are all of the astropulse, not the seti@home, according to the task detail. I looked at one inconclusive, that seems to have completed, with success status. Somehow the results and the detail don't go together, but I am racking up credits. It just seems inconsistent.

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Message 1103934 - Posted: 6 May 2011, 18:16:46 UTC

The problem happens on both 32-bit and 64-bit astropulse-gnu-linux binaries.

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