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Message 1505448 - Posted: 18 Apr 2014, 4:20:46 UTC

初めまして、日本語で失礼致します。

私は困ってます。
Android smartphone 2台でSETI@homeを走らせてるのですが、最新のquad coreのFUJITSU Arrows Z FJL22の方が、古いsingle coreのKYOCERA DIGNO ISW11Kより遥かに平均功績値が低い事です。
総功績もドンドン差が付いてます。

http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/hosts_user.php?sort=expavg_credit&rev=0&show_all=0&userid=8852199

preferenceは、2台とも殆ど一緒です。

CPU limit 100%,
Pause at CPU usage above 80%,
Max. used storage space 100%,
Min. spare storage 0.1GB,
RAM limit 100%,
GUI log level 2,

2台で違うpreferenceは、

Transfer tasks on WiFi only ; Arrows : OFF, DIGNO ; ON,
(DIGNOは通信会社との契約が無いのでWi-Fiしか通信出来ない為。)
Used CPU cores : Arrows : 4 , DIGNO : non,
(Arrows:4core,DIGNO:1core)
Access interval : Arrows : 15sec. , DIGNO : 180sec.,

違うのは以上3つだけです。
本来ならば、2.2GHz,4coresのArrowsの方が1.5GHz,1coreのDIGNOより5倍位働いて良い筈と思いますが、Arrowsをもっと働かせるにはどうすれば良いでしょうか?
教えて下さい。


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Message 1505618 - Posted: 18 Apr 2014, 15:28:51 UTC

While the single thread ARM CPU may take quite a while to run work, it at least finishes it without errors. Something that cannot be said for the 4 core ARM device, which is producing errors: process got signal 11. This is a segmentation error which can point in the direction of broken memory or virtual memory.

The tasks in question run to 40-49% before erring. Perhaps that you want to run a checker app, such as StabilityTest on that device. The link is to the Google Play store.


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