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Williamgcastro

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Message 1828184 - Posted: 3 Nov 2016, 19:59:34 UTC

Hello

I'm running version 8.02 on a raspberry pi 3 with Raspbian. It's been running a couple of days and it seems as if completed tasks are being deleted from the record. I currently have 4 valid and 1 inconclusive but when I checked yesterday I had 8 completed. The older ones are appearing to disappear.

The total credit appears to be correct at 1144 which would be approximately 16 tasks completed which is close to my estimate of how many the Pi has computed.

My other two computers do not seem to have this issue.

Does anyone have any ideas?

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William
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Message 1828200 - Posted: 3 Nov 2016, 20:34:11 UTC - in response to Message 1828184.  

All tasks are sent to at least two computers to compare results and achieve a quorum. Once a task's results have been compared, the task is removed from the web within 24 hours after validation. Credits earned will remain with the account.

I'd wager upon closer inspection, your desktops are also suffering from this 'issue' since it is expected behavior.
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Message 1828221 - Posted: 3 Nov 2016, 22:46:17 UTC - in response to Message 1828200.  

You are correct sir!! Thanks for the info.
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