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Message 728339 - Posted: 20 Mar 2008, 22:18:10 UTC

My graph that shows my statistics in bionic show a triangle I saved pictures because I thought it was unusual. How do I post a picture to show the community
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Message 728404 - Posted: 21 Mar 2008, 0:08:32 UTC

If you are asking how to post the pictures to the message boards you must get your picture uploaded to a public server. I use free image hosting.net

Once you have your image uploaded to a public server you then type in:

[img]Image source[/img]

Be sure to replace the image source with the url to your picture.
I hope this helps.

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Message 728576 - Posted: 21 Mar 2008, 6:59:48 UTC

There is most likely a bad date in one of your statistics files. Go to your BOINC directory and delete all statistics*.xml files. In a few days you should start getting more realistic graphs.
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Message 728624 - Posted: 21 Mar 2008, 11:04:28 UTC - in response to Message 728576.  

There is most likely a bad date in one of your statistics files. Go to your BOINC directory and delete all statistics*.xml files. In a few days you should start getting more realistic graphs.



Kind off an ehh, 'impossible graph'.

Did you know, clicking a certain point off the graph, (left-click), you see a
crossed line with the exact date and exact number. Did you know that?



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Message 728631 - Posted: 21 Mar 2008, 11:36:45 UTC - in response to Message 728624.  

There is most likely a bad date in one of your statistics files. Go to your BOINC directory and delete all statistics*.xml files. In a few days you should start getting more realistic graphs.



Kind off an ehh, 'impossible graph'.

Did you know, clicking a certain point off the graph, (left-click), you see a
crossed line with the exact date and exact number. Did you know that?




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Never OCed a CPU since a week or so, using a Q6600 & ASUS P5E MoBo, using the desk-top utility, comes with the board, this is the setting i use now, see below:

21-3-2008 12:20:08||Running CPU benchmarks
21-3-2008 12:20:09||Suspending computation - running CPU benchmarks
21-3-2008 12:20:40||Benchmark results:
21-3-2008 12:20:40|| Number of CPUs: 4
21-3-2008 12:20:40|| 3103 floating point MIPS (Whetstone) per CPU
21-3-2008 12:20:40|| 7136 integer MIPS (Dhrystone) per CPU
21-3-2008 12:20:41||Resuming computation

Runs @ 3159,3MHz, multiplier = 9X (6X if idle),BusSpeed 351.0MHz, rated FSB=
1404.1MHz.
@ 2.40GHz =2345 Floating point MIPS per CPU & 5051 integer MIPS.

Wander what the 'limit' is ???

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Message 728663 - Posted: 21 Mar 2008, 14:14:57 UTC - in response to Message 728339.  

My graph that shows my statistics in bionic show a triangle...

Your system has suffered a radical change of date.


Changed your date and time sometime?

Has your system got a flat battery for the BIOS and RTC and you've rebooted?

(The BOINC stats files are fine other than having silly dates recorded.)

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Message 728781 - Posted: 21 Mar 2008, 20:38:34 UTC - in response to Message 728466.  







This happened to me when I changed the machine date by mistake. When I returned it to the correct date it did just what you show. I didn't know what to do to fix it so I just suffered with it until it fixed itself.

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Message 728979 - Posted: 22 Mar 2008, 8:14:44 UTC

You can try editing the statistics_setiathome.berkeley.edu.xml file located in the BOINC root directory and remove the offending <daily_statistics> sections, but BOINC will eventually truncate the old stats entries anyway. Editing XML files manually can lead to malformed documents, which BOINC highly dislikes.
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