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Message 1378777 - Posted: 9 Jun 2013, 5:00:36 UTC
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For some reason I can't seem to get tasks uploaded , I have been having some internet problems lately and I just figured that was the problem .
But...
Since I can post here and open account page and computers page , Leads me to wonder what is wrong ... !
Anybody have any suggestions ?
I have Wild blue Sat internet , that is having some problems with intermittent connections ( effects of opening web pages is BAD ) But all the Uploads get to 100 % and go to retry in ? time... I have obnly been able to get 5 WU's uploaded in several hours of hitting retry .

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Message 1378781 - Posted: 9 Jun 2013, 5:05:45 UTC - in response to Message 1378777.

For some reason I can't seem to get tasks uploaded , I have been having some internet problems lately and I just figured that was the problem .
But...
Since I can post here and open account page and computers page , Leads me to wonder what is wrong ... !
Anybody have any suggestions ?
I have Wild blue Sat internet , that is having some problems with intermittent connections ( effects of opening web pages is BAD ) But all the Uploads get to 100 % and go to retry in ? time... I have obnly been able to get 5 WU's uploaded in several hours of hitting retry .


You've checked the Proxy settings, I'm guessing?

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Message 1378783 - Posted: 9 Jun 2013, 5:09:20 UTC - in response to Message 1378781.
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For some reason I can't seem to get tasks uploaded , I have been having some internet problems lately and I just figured that was the problem .
But...
Since I can post here and open account page and computers page , Leads me to wonder what is wrong ... !
Anybody have any suggestions ?
I have Wild blue Sat internet , that is having some problems with intermittent connections ( effects of opening web pages is BAD ) But all the Uploads get to 100 % and go to retry in ? time... I have obnly been able to get 5 WU's uploaded in several hours of hitting retry .


You've checked the Proxy settings, I'm guessing?



Not using proxy , never had to before .
Here is some info from event Log:


6/9/2013 12:24:24 AM | SETI@home | Temporarily failed upload of 08ja12ag.22248.40599.9.12.205_0_0: transient HTTP error
6/9/2013 12:24:24 AM | SETI@home | Backing off 4 hr 48 min 30 sec on upload of 08ja12ag.22248.40599.9.12.205_0_0
6/9/2013 12:24:24 AM | SETI@home | Started upload of 08ja12ag.22248.40599.9.12.227_0_0
6/9/2013 12:24:42 AM | SETI@home | Temporarily failed upload of 08ja12ag.22248.40599.9.12.191_0_0: transient HTTP error
6/9/2013 12:24:42 AM | SETI@home | Backing off 2 hr 14 min 12 sec on upload of 08ja12ag.22248.40599.9.12.191_0_0
6/9/2013 12:24:45 AM | | Project communication failed: attempting access to reference site
6/9/2013 12:24:54 AM | | Internet access OK - project servers may be temporarily down.
6/9/2013 12:25:08 AM | SETI@home | Started upload of 06ja12ae.28956.218353.14.12.12_1_0
6/9/2013 12:26:19 AM | SETI@home | Temporarily failed upload of 06ja12ae.28956.218353.14.12.12_1_0: transient HTTP error
6/9/2013 12:26:19 AM | SETI@home | Backing off 4 hr 16 min 40 sec on upload of 06ja12ae.28956.218353.14.12.12_1_0
6/9/2013 12:26:19 AM | SETI@home | Started upload of 08ja12ag.22248.40599.9.12.191_0_0
6/9/2013 12:26:21 AM | | Project communication failed: attempting access to reference site
6/9/2013 12:26:42 AM | | BOINC can't access Internet - check network connection or proxy configuration.
6/9/2013 12:26:42 AM | SETI@home | Temporarily failed upload of 08ja12ag.22248.40599.9.12.191_0_0: transient HTTP error
6/9/2013 12:26:42 AM | SETI@home | Backing off 3 hr 11 min 24 sec on upload of 08ja12ag.22248.40599.9.12.191_0_0
6/9/2013 12:26:42 AM | SETI@home | Started upload of 08ja12ag.22248.40599.9.12.142_1_0
6/9/2013 12:27:18 AM | SETI@home | Temporarily failed upload of 08ja12ag.22248.40599.9.12.227_0_0: transient HTTP error
6/9/2013 12:27:18 AM | SETI@home | Backing off 1 hr 45 min 19 sec on upload of 08ja12ag.22248.40599.9.12.227_0_0
6/9/2013 12:27:28 AM | | Project communication failed: attempting access to reference site
6/9/2013 12:27:34 AM | | Internet access OK - project servers may be temporarily down.
6/9/2013 12:28:09 AM | SETI@home | Started upload of 06ja12ae.28956.218353.14.12.12_1_0
6/9/2013 12:30:14 AM | SETI@home | Temporarily failed upload of 08ja12ag.22248.40599.9.12.142_1_0: transient HTTP error
6/9/2013 12:30:14 AM | SETI@home | Backing off 3 hr 50 min 19 sec on upload of 08ja12ag.22248.40599.9.12.142_1_0
6/9/2013 12:30:14 AM | SETI@home | Started upload of 14ja12ad.19779.46160.7.12.135_1_0
6/9/2013 12:30:15 AM | | Project communication failed: attempting access to reference site
6/9/2013 12:30:18 AM | | Internet access OK - project servers may be temporarily down.

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Message 1378794 - Posted: 9 Jun 2013, 5:41:30 UTC - in response to Message 1378783.


Have you tried re-booting the PC and the modem?
No problems with uploads, downloads or Scheduler requests here.
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Message 1378796 - Posted: 9 Jun 2013, 5:42:59 UTC - in response to Message 1378794.
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Have you tried re-booting the PC and the modem?
No problems with uploads, downloads or Scheduler requests here.


Yes all the above many times ...
I have killed all power and done cold boot on everything also...

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Message 1378801 - Posted: 9 Jun 2013, 5:50:12 UTC

I have no clue.

I'd reset the router, shut-down and restart the computer, and if that didn't work, I'd go get a tall refreshing glass of something caustic and I'd pour it into the computer, then, if anything was still moving I'd kick it, and maybe take it outside and shoot it right between the DIMMS.

At some point, you just gotta.

Whew... I'm glad that's over.

Now, what were you saying? Oh yeah, it uploads the whole file, says it uploaded the whole file, and then tells you that it's going to retry uploading the whole file?

I think what I'd do is reach deep inside the case and yank every wire I could get my hands on so hard that I'd either dislocate my shoulder or end-up throwing the entire computer completely across the room. Then I'd run across the room grabbing for any heavy object I could reach, and I'd pound and pound and pound it until it was completely unrecognizable as a computer, then I'd take it out into the driveway and run over it with the car.

...but maybe that's just me.

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Message 1378802 - Posted: 9 Jun 2013, 5:52:19 UTC - in response to Message 1378777.

I have Wild blue Sat internet , that is having some problems with intermittent connections ( effects of opening web pages is BAD )

If you've re-booted the PC & Modem, and are having issues with your ISP, i'd go with the upload problem being a result of the ISP issues.

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Message 1378803 - Posted: 9 Jun 2013, 5:53:35 UTC - in response to Message 1378801.

I have no clue.

I'd reset the router, shut-down and restart the computer, and if that didn't work, I'd go get a tall refreshing glass of something caustic and I'd pour it into the computer, then, if anything was still moving I'd kick it, and maybe take it outside and shoot it right between the DIMMS.

At some point, you just gotta.

Whew... I'm glad that's over.

Now, what were you saying? Oh yeah, it uploads the whole file, says it uploaded the whole file, and then tells you that it's going to retry uploading the whole file?

I think what I'd do is reach deep inside the case and yank every wire I could get my hands on so hard that I'd either dislocate my shoulder or end-up throwing the entire computer completely across the room. Then I'd run across the room grabbing for any heavy object I could reach, and I'd pound and pound and pound it until it was completely unrecognizable as a computer, then I'd take it out into the driveway and run over it with the car.

...but maybe that's just me.


Well... LOL... as tempting as that is ... I wouldn't be able to replace it for a VERY Loooong time , so I am holding in all that and hoping to fix it... LOL
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Message 1378807 - Posted: 9 Jun 2013, 6:02:41 UTC - in response to Message 1378803.
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I have no clue.

I'd reset the router, shut-down and restart the computer, and if that didn't work, I'd go get a tall refreshing glass of something caustic and I'd pour it into the computer, then, if anything was still moving I'd kick it, and maybe take it outside and shoot it right between the DIMMS.

At some point, you just gotta.

Whew... I'm glad that's over.

Now, what were you saying? Oh yeah, it uploads the whole file, says it uploaded the whole file, and then tells you that it's going to retry uploading the whole file?

I think what I'd do is reach deep inside the case and yank every wire I could get my hands on so hard that I'd either dislocate my shoulder or end-up throwing the entire computer completely across the room. Then I'd run across the room grabbing for any heavy object I could reach, and I'd pound and pound and pound it until it was completely unrecognizable as a computer, then I'd take it out into the driveway and run over it with the car.

...but maybe that's just me.


Well... LOL... as tempting as that is ... I wouldn't be able to replace it for a VERY Loooong time , so I am holding in all that and hoping to fix it... LOL


Okay, then I'd try a proxy server.

And if THAT does work...

EDIT -> Seriously, did you shut the computer OFF or just do a restart? I have no idea why OFF sometimes works and restarts don't, but sometimes they do. Do you need instructions on trying a Proxy Server? Frankly I don't know of a good address but I'll try to help you find one if necessary. <-EDIT ENDS

EDIT restarts--> I'm sorry, I didn't read very well. Too much coffee? You did make sure everything was rebooted cold. I apologize. <---- EDIT ends afresh

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Message 1378825 - Posted: 9 Jun 2013, 6:49:19 UTC - in response to Message 1378802.
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I have Wild blue Sat internet , that is having some problems with intermittent connections ( effects of opening web pages is BAD )

If you've re-booted the PC & Modem, and are having issues with your ISP, i'd go with the upload problem being a result of the ISP issues.


I am looking into that with the ISP tech people also.
They say that they are showing a good signal / connection from my modem to them.
That is why I posted a excerpt from the event log also on an earlier post here.
BUT , I am still having a running discussion with them about the situation also.
They are supposed to run some more in-depth tests on their end and get back to me on it.
This is happening on all the PC's ...
I even took the router out of the circuit and went straight from the modem to my main PC and still have same problem . Ran antivirus , Spybot S&D , and did a network diagnostic test... no help...

I will check back tomorrow if the internet is still working enough to do that.

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Message 1378877 - Posted: 9 Jun 2013, 9:56:49 UTC

Try <file_xfer_debug>1</file_xfer_debug> in the flags section of cc_config.xml to see if it provides more info.

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Message 1378971 - Posted: 9 Jun 2013, 15:27:42 UTC - in response to Message 1378877.
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Try <file_xfer_debug>1</file_xfer_debug> in the flags section of cc_config.xml to see if it provides more info.


Where would that XML file be ?
Boinc folder or projects folder ?
I found this in the Boinc FAQ Service link you posted , Just like it is , would it work ?

<cc_config>
<log_flags>
<app_msg_receive>0|1</app_msg_receive>
<app_msg_send>0|1</app_msg_send>
<benchmark_debug>0|1</benchmark_debug>
<checkpoint_debug>0|1</checkpoint_debug>
<coproc_debug>0|1</coproc_debug>
<cpu_sched>0|1</cpu_sched>
<cpu_sched_debug>0|1</cpu_sched_debug>
<cpu_sched_status>0|1</cpu_sched_status>
<dcf_debug>0|1</dcf_debug>
<debt_debug>0|1</debt_debug>
<disk_usage_debug>0|1</disk_usage_debug>
<file_xfer>0|1</file_xfer>
<file_xfer_debug>0|1</file_xfer_debug>
<guirpc_debug>0|1</guirpc_debug>
<gui_rpc_debug>0|1</gui_rpc_debug> (As per 6.11+)
<http_debug>0|1</http_debug>
<http_xfer_debug>0|1</http_xfer_debug>
<notice_debug>0|1</notice_debug>
<mem_usage_debug>0|1</mem_usage_debug>
<network_status_debug>0|1</network_status_debug>
<poll_debug>0|1</poll_debug>
<priority_debug>0|1</priority_debug>
<proxy_debug>0|1</proxy_debug>
<rr_simulation>0|1</rr_simulation>
<sched_ops>0|1</sched_ops>
<sched_op_debug>0|1</sched_op_debug>
<scrsave_debug>0|1</scrsave_debug>
<slot_debug>0|1</slot_debug>
<state_debug>0|1</state_debug>
<statefile_debug>0|</statefile_debug>
<suspend_debug>0|1</suspend_debug>
<std_debug>0|1</std_debug>
<task>0|1</task>
<task_debug>0|1</task_debug>
<time_debug>0|1</time_debug>
<trickle_debug>0|1</trickle_debug>
<unparsed_xml>0|1</unparsed_xml>
<work_fetch_debug>0|1</work_fetch_debug>
</log_flags>
<options>
</options>
</cc_config>

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Message 1378981 - Posted: 9 Jun 2013, 15:52:52 UTC

Would it hurt to take this cc_config file and just change all the ( >0|1< ) sections to ( >1< ) ?

<cc_config>
<log_flags>
<app_msg_receive>0|1</app_msg_receive>
<app_msg_send>0|1</app_msg_send>
<benchmark_debug>0|1</benchmark_debug>
<checkpoint_debug>0|1</checkpoint_debug>
<coproc_debug>0|1</coproc_debug>
<cpu_sched>0|1</cpu_sched>
<cpu_sched_debug>0|1</cpu_sched_debug>
<cpu_sched_status>0|1</cpu_sched_status>
<dcf_debug>0|1</dcf_debug>
<debt_debug>0|1</debt_debug>
<disk_usage_debug>0|1</disk_usage_debug>
<file_xfer>0|1</file_xfer>
<file_xfer_debug>1</file_xfer_debug>
<guirpc_debug>0|1</guirpc_debug>
<gui_rpc_debug>0|1</gui_rpc_debug> (As per 6.11+)
<http_debug>0|1</http_debug>
<http_xfer_debug>0|1</http_xfer_debug>
<notice_debug>0|1</notice_debug>
<mem_usage_debug>0|1</mem_usage_debug>
<network_status_debug>0|1</network_status_debug>
<poll_debug>0|1</poll_debug>
<priority_debug>0|1</priority_debug>
<proxy_debug>0|1</proxy_debug>
<rr_simulation>0|1</rr_simulation>
<sched_ops>0|1</sched_ops>
<sched_op_debug>0|1</sched_op_debug>
<scrsave_debug>0|1</scrsave_debug>
<slot_debug>0|1</slot_debug>
<state_debug>0|1</state_debug>
<statefile_debug>0|</statefile_debug>
<suspend_debug>0|1</suspend_debug>
<std_debug>0|1</std_debug>
<task>0|1</task>
<task_debug>0|1</task_debug>
<time_debug>0|1</time_debug>
<trickle_debug>0|1</trickle_debug>
<unparsed_xml>0|1</unparsed_xml>
<work_fetch_debug>0|1</work_fetch_debug>
</log_flags>
<options>
</options>
</cc_config>
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Message 1378988 - Posted: 9 Jun 2013, 16:15:46 UTC - in response to Message 1378981.
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Don't copy it from the FAQ as so. There's a far easier method of getting a fully functional cc_config.xml file with all the correct flags and options in it, without having to write one yourself, or copy it from places.

Just open BOINC Manager->Advanced view->Tools->Computing preferences->exclusive applications. Now add a program through the option here, any program will do. Just click the Add.. button and go find the first executable that you come across. Then add it. OK out. This will have added a full cc_config.xml file to your BOINC Data directory.

Then just navigate to your BOINC Data directory, find the file and open it with Notepad. Not with Wordpad, not with Internet Explorer, not with an XML reader, not with Open Office, not with anything else, just Notepad.

Next scroll to the line <file_xfer_debug>0</file_xfer_debug> and change the 0 to 1. Press CTRL+S to save changes, then open BOINC Manager->Advanced view->Advanced->Read (all) config files. This will activate the debug flag and give extra output in Event Log (CTRL+SHIFT+E).

(Edit, or indeed, set <http_debug>1</http_debug> as Richard says.)


(And uh, by the way, the BOINC FAQ STATES where to put the cc_config.xml, you just have to read carefully.)

For BOINC 6.1 - all above that:
Save the cc_config.xml file into your BOINC Data directory. See this FAQ for the default paths to it.

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Message 1378989 - Posted: 9 Jun 2013, 16:16:16 UTC - in response to Message 1378981.

Would it hurt to take this cc_config file and just change all the ( >0|1< ) sections to ( >1< ) ?

I strongly recommend that you do the initial global replacement to >0< (disabled) - you don't want every class of message in your log, you'll never find anything in the resulting mess.

Then selectively change the individual tags to 1, just for the events you're interested in. <http_debug> would be the starting point in your case.

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Message 1379474 - Posted: 10 Jun 2013, 17:48:26 UTC
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The Internet connection must have been too bad to do anything , I got them to do a service call , and it is working for now , not sure how long it will work. !
Here is the cc_config file I placed in the Boinc Data Dir.

<cc_config>
<log_flags>
<app_msg_receive>0</app_msg_receive>
<app_msg_send>0</app_msg_send>
<benchmark_debug>0</benchmark_debug>
<checkpoint_debug>0</checkpoint_debug>
<coproc_debug>0</coproc_debug>
<cpu_sched>0</cpu_sched>
<cpu_sched_debug>0</cpu_sched_debug>
<cpu_sched_status>0|1</cpu_sched_status>
<dcf_debug>0</dcf_debug>
<debt_debug>0</debt_debug>
<disk_usage_debug>0</disk_usage_debug>
<file_xfer>1</file_xfer>
<file_xfer_debug>1</file_xfer_debug>
<guirpc_debug>0</guirpc_debug>
<gui_rpc_debug>0</gui_rpc_debug> (As per 6.11+)
<http_debug>0</http_debug>
<http_xfer_debug>0</http_xfer_debug>
<notice_debug>0</notice_debug>
<mem_usage_debug>0</mem_usage_debug>
<network_status_debug>0</network_status_debug>
<poll_debug>0</poll_debug>
<priority_debug>0</priority_debug>
<proxy_debug>0</proxy_debug>
<rr_simulation>0</rr_simulation>
<sched_ops>0</sched_ops>
<sched_op_debug>0</sched_op_debug>
<scrsave_debug>0</scrsave_debug>
<slot_debug>0</slot_debug>
<state_debug>0</state_debug>
<statefile_debug>0</statefile_debug>
<suspend_debug>0</suspend_debug>
<std_debug>0</std_debug>
<task>0</task>
<task_debug>0</task_debug>
<time_debug>0</time_debug>
<trickle_debug>0</trickle_debug>
<unparsed_xml>0</unparsed_xml>
<work_fetch_debug>0</work_fetch_debug>
</log_flags>
<options>
</options>
</cc_config>


Here is the event log when I restarted Boinc:

6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | Starting BOINC client version 7.0.64 for windows_x86_64
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | log flags: file_xfer, file_xfer_debug
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | Libraries: libcurl/7.25.0 OpenSSL/1.0.1 zlib/1.2.6
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | Data directory: C:\ProgramData\BOINC
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | Running under account Floyds
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | Processor: 4 AuthenticAMD AMD Phenom(tm) II X4 925 Processor [Family 16 Model 4 Stepping 3]
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | Processor features: fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov pat pse36 clflush mmx fxsr sse sse2 htt pni cx16 popcnt syscall nx lm svm sse4a osvw ibs skinit wdt page1gb rdtscp 3dnowext 3dnow
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | OS: Microsoft Windows 7: Professional x64 Edition, Service Pack 1, (06.01.7601.00)
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | Memory: 3.92 GB physical, 10.75 GB virtual
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | Disk: 1.36 TB total, 430.63 GB free
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | Local time is UTC -5 hours
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | CUDA: NVIDIA GPU 0: GeForce GTX 460 SE (driver version 314.22, CUDA version 5.0, compute capability 2.1, 1024MB, 951MB available, 829 GFLOPS peak)
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | OpenCL: NVIDIA GPU 0: GeForce GTX 460 SE (driver version 314.22, device version OpenCL 1.1 CUDA, 1024MB, 951MB available, 829 GFLOPS peak)
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | SETI@home | Found app_info.xml; using anonymous platform
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | SETI@home | Found app_config.xml
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | SETI@home | URL http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/; Computer ID 5953062; resource share 100
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | SETI@home | General prefs: from SETI@home (last modified 17-May-2013 09:48:48)
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | SETI@home | Computer location: work
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | General prefs: using separate prefs for work
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | Reading preferences override file
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | Preferences:
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | max memory usage when active: 2005.78MB
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | max memory usage when idle: 3610.40MB
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | max disk usage: 10.00GB
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | (to change preferences, visit a project web site or select Preferences in the Manager)
6/10/2013 1:14:33 PM | | Not using a proxy

Is there anything else that needs to be put as 1 in the cc_config.xml file ?
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Message 1379672 - Posted: 11 Jun 2013, 3:40:10 UTC - in response to Message 1379474.


If you 'love' that file - copy it somewhere.

Then edit the original (that is in the Boinc Data Dir) and delete everything between
<log_flags>
</log_flags>
except the lines you need.

Because some of these are ON by default (when no cc_config.xml exist) and you set them to OFF by using 0 everywhere.

The normal (by default) flags are:
09/06/2013 20:51:15 log flags: file_xfer, sched_ops, task


e.g. my cc_config.xml is (and no, don't copy anything from it if you don't know what it does):

<cc_config> <log_flags> <benchmark_debug>1</benchmark_debug> <dcf_debug>1</dcf_debug> <checkpoint_debug>0</checkpoint_debug> <work_fetch_debug>0</work_fetch_debug> </log_flags> <options> <start_delay>55</start_delay> <ncpus>-1</ncpus> <max_file_xfers>20</max_file_xfers> <max_file_xfers_per_project>10</max_file_xfers_per_project> <save_stats_days>3650</save_stats_days> <max_stdout_file_size>8388000</max_stdout_file_size> <zero_debts>1</zero_debts> </options> </cc_config>


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