Accidental Abortion

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Message 1247269 - Posted: 17 Jun 2012, 4:13:15 UTC

After a long while of being away from Boinc and Seti@Home I wanted to come back in and get started again... So I did what everyone else does and downloaded Boinc and got my password and all that... been running for about 2 days now or so. This evening I went to look at what's been done and what not and accidentally aborted a task that was at like 93% and had run for about 8 hours. Is there anyway that I can either get that back to finish the job so I get credit? Or do I recieve credit for what I have done? How does this work? Sorry for the noob question, like I said been about 2 years or so lol....

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Message 1247330 - Posted: 17 Jun 2012, 8:37:54 UTC

If you really did abort the task then you won't get credit for it.
However your stats are not showing any tasks as having been aborted, but they may be a few hours out of date.
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Message 1248353 - Posted: 19 Jun 2012, 14:01:35 UTC - in response to Message 1247269.  


This is your 'Aborted by user' task (as you see - No Credit (and this is normal for Aborted tasks)):
http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/workunit.php?wuid=1012414337

It is not very easy to 'accidentally abort a task' as there is a question:







- ALF - "Find out what you don't do well ..... then don't do it!" :)
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