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Profile Jim Franklin

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Message 1192933 - Posted: 9 Feb 2012, 18:49:53 UTC

I know how the pending credit system works, but I am wondering if it is now usual for it to take so long as I have 111 work units pending and they stretch back to the 14th January.

I remember that before pending credit tending to sit there for about a week, on occasion maybe two, but we are fast approaching a month and was just wondering if this is now normal or whether there may be an issue that perhaps I need to report or if I need to look at my machines a little bit...

Thanks everyone.
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Message 1192959 - Posted: 9 Feb 2012, 19:48:58 UTC

You've roughly one in six or seven units in pending which is pretty normal.

And January 14th is less than a month ago: I've had wingmen time out and the WU send out a second or third time to other crunchers making the wait for credit into many months.

Don't worry about it, I think you're in the 'normal' range.
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Message 1193066 - Posted: 10 Feb 2012, 1:52:33 UTC

That range is perfectly normal. The longest I have had a pending WU is about 14 months. (which is not normal).

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