Raspberry not reporting finished task, or where in the cycle is it?

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Message 1882394 - Posted: 6 Aug 2017, 8:15:37 UTC

I am running boinc on my raspberry pi: https://setiathome.berkeley.edu/show_host_detail.php?hostid=8310215

It finished 1 WU in 349495s, it is ready to report, but does not look like it does. I ran "--network_available" to check for server connection, but on the home page it can also be seen that last contact was today.

It just takes a while for the server to acknowledge?

======== Tasks ========
1) -----------
name: blc02_2bit_guppi_57835_17779_HIP49868_0057.15689.409.23.46.42.vlar_0
WU name: blc02_2bit_guppi_57835_17779_HIP49868_0057.15689.409.23.46.42.vlar
project URL: http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/
report deadline: Sun Sep 24 11:03:26 2017
ready to report: yes
got server ack: no
final CPU time: 349495.000000
state: uploaded
scheduler state: uninitialized
exit_status: 0
signal: 0
suspended via GUI: no
active_task_state: UNINITIALIZED
app version num: 0
checkpoint CPU time: 0.000000
current CPU time: 0.000000
fraction done: 0.000000
swap size: 0 MB
working set size: 0 MB
estimated CPU time remaining: 0.000000
2) -----------
name: 15no08aa.22206.24641.9.36.95_1
WU name: 15no08aa.22206.24641.9.36.95
project URL: http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/
report deadline: Sat Aug 26 17:00:59 2017
ready to report: no
got server ack: no
final CPU time: 0.000000
state: downloaded
scheduler state: scheduled
exit_status: 0
signal: 0
suspended via GUI: no
active_task_state: EXECUTING
app version num: 806
checkpoint CPU time: 1426.960000
current CPU time: 1489.350000
fraction done: 0.008181
swap size: 35 MB
working set size: 34 MB
estimated CPU time remaining: 94812.475842
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Message 1882395 - Posted: 6 Aug 2017, 8:22:02 UTC
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Ok, ignore this thread.

--network_available might have done the trick

Just when I checked the pi again, it only had one task running, looked at the website and its updated with the finished task: https://setiathome.berkeley.edu/results.php?hostid=8310215
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Message 1882397 - Posted: 6 Aug 2017, 8:33:24 UTC

The first task you list has completed, and has been validated.

The second task you list is shown as "in progress". Looking at the progress report you have provided it still has a long time to run, hopefully it will complete by the deadline in about 20 days time. When completed there are two stages to go through, first is the result is uploaded to the servers, and second it is "reported" - this is a second stage. Once these two are done it will enter the validation cycle, this takes anything from a few seconds (if you are the second person to report the work unit) to several months if the other people don't return in time and the task has to be sent out to a third (or forth, or fifth...).
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