Joined: 16 Mar 07
Besides when i do a reboot of the host (something very rare normaly just when windows or nvidia made some update) i not realy see more than 2 WU starting at some determinate time and normaly takes few seconds to DL the data from the HD to the GPU to crunch could be because i use a Intel CPU diferent from the AMD you use and my CPU load for others task (beside boinc task itself) is very very low (normaly less than 2% - 5% top), i could said this is almost a crunching only host.
But i will try to free 2 more cores (actualy 2 cores are allready free) latter ASAP when i arrive to the remote location, i donÂ´t like to make any changes in the configuration remotely, you know sh*** happenigs... and our friend Murphy is allways around.
Joined: 28 May 99
You know I don't personally care. One can take their 14 years-worth of credits and try to buy a cup of coffee and see where that gets them.
My $600 electric bill (last month, one location) is proof positive that credits don't have value; they cost.
You know the "yard stick" I really liked was the number of hours. But, with an hour's worth of work being very different between very different hardware... I don't guess it matters, does it?
Joined: 7 Mar 03
Locked, getting a bit long.
Please make your way over to Panic Mode On (85) Server Problems?
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