BOINC Manager: " "Receiving Current Status" . . . NOT

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Message 1716735 - Posted: 22 Aug 2015, 1:18:57 UTC

Hello,

I have been a client of Seti@home for a long while now and I am with Team Carl Sagan and I live in the Pacific NW. My partner and I just recently purchased a new Mac Pro (OS X Yosemite V. 10.10.4m with 12 processors) and I am back on line crunching away at homework. Or am I?

Lately there has been a flag on my BOINC manager window stating: "Receiving Current Status" and this is ALL that it is said in weeks now, and I am wondering what exactly has gone wrong. The computer has not been able to do any work. The sessions last for days and then it starts up again, almost like magic. I have not tweaked any preferences too much and I think that everything is running as usual, yet no work appears in the window. Would you have any idea as to what is going on?

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Message 1716742 - Posted: 22 Aug 2015, 1:49:59 UTC - in response to Message 1716735.  

You may find something in old posts:
https://www.google.com/#q=boinc+manager+retrieving+current+status

Probably firewall problem or boinc client is not running

Check the processes running with whatever tool exists on Mac
http://osxdaily.com/2013/05/17/see-all-running-apps-mac-os-x/



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