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Message 1731036 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 8:08:32 UTC - in response to Message 1731035.  

Is there anything I can do?

Back up projects. Else, nothing.
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Message 1731037 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 8:13:59 UTC - in response to Message 1731035.  

Sorry, Mark, more like Barf!

This really sucks. Every attempted access (Including all via Update button) gets "Scheduler request failed: couldn't connect to Server".

This is really frustrating. Now that it is cooling off here in New England, I can use the heat from my crunchers running...

Is there anything I can do?

Other than wearing out the retry button, not much at the moment.
It is unclear why some can get comms, and some cannot. It is dicey even for those who are somewhat successful, as the kitties have been.

It's down to 39f here tonight, and I am still shunting heat outside from the crunchers. 9 rigs at full bore generate a lot of heat. The fans in the garage are cycling on and off.
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Message 1731039 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 8:17:04 UTC - in response to Message 1731037.  

<sighs>
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Message 1731041 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 8:33:30 UTC - in response to Message 1731039.  
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<sighs>

Kittysighs here as well, at times.
I have been blessed a bit.
Out of some 175,000 active hosts on Seti, I have 9.
And the kitties keep them in tight tow.
But why I seem to have less trouble than some?
I cannot answer that.
The right hardware?
Possibly. All nVidia, all Intel.
Old Boinc, not the most current drivers.
I go with what works and update as little as possible.

All connected through an 8 port BEFSR81 Linksys router, one port with a switch that allows 2 rigs to share a port, and then on to my ATT modem. My ATT speed is nothing special. I am on a very, very old part of the lines here, and I get all I can by paying top dollar with not getting nearly as much speed as some others.

It all just works.
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Message 1731042 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 8:33:53 UTC - in response to Message 1730905.  

According to David the routing problem is fixed.

Please tell David it isn't fixed for the BOINC domain currently.

I'm getting ERR_ADDRESS_UNREACHABLE, as often as not.
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Message 1731044 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 8:35:40 UTC - in response to Message 1731042.  

According to David the routing problem is fixed.

Please tell David it isn't fixed for the BOINC domain currently.

I'm getting ERR_ADDRESS_UNREACHABLE, as often as not.

I also get a timeout when trying to reach the 'Seti is Down' boards...unreachable.
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Message 1731047 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 8:43:13 UTC

No problems now. No need for manual button pushing. Boinc site reachable.
Full stop.

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Message 1731048 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 8:45:38 UTC

Can't report finished tasks, can't get new tasks, can't reach the Boinc download page to dl the package with virtual box so I can run vlhc instead of Seti, and once again nobody seems to care. At least I can't find any official word on the homepage or on the forums.
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Message 1731053 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 9:04:47 UTC - in response to Message 1731042.  

According to David the routing problem is fixed.

Please tell David it isn't fixed for the BOINC domain currently.

It was fixed for a couple of hours. It's now broken again.
Oh, who can we blame this time? Any takers? :)
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Message 1731054 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 9:04:55 UTC - in response to Message 1731048.  

Can't report finished tasks, can't get new tasks, can't reach the Boinc download page to dl the package with virtual box so I can run vlhc instead of Seti, and once again nobody seems to care. At least I can't find any official word on the homepage or on the forums.

Ditto
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Message 1731055 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 9:06:13 UTC

My computer successfully completes scheduler connection only about half the time. Cache is full. East Coast U.S. location.
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Message 1731056 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 9:07:06 UTC

Some stats on this problem - from the UK, using BT as the ISP.

Yesterday (01 October), this machine's scheduler requests (report completed tasks, request new work) were:

Failed: 164
Succeeded: 152

So far on 02 October - 10 hours in my time zone - the numbers are

Failed: 58
Succeeded: 61

So I'd say it's still near enough 50-50 - no better, no worse.
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Message 1731057 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 9:16:33 UTC

My ISP is BT and I have been unable to report any work since about 1400 on 30 Sept even (ab)using update many times. Why is it many can report and some cannot?
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Message 1731065 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 9:40:44 UTC - in response to Message 1731053.  

According to David the routing problem is fixed.

Please tell David it isn't fixed for the BOINC domain currently.

It was fixed for a couple of hours. It's now broken again.
Oh, who can we blame this time? Any takers? :)

Yeah,...YOU.

LOL, you are the miscreant doing all this/


I blame YOU.....
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Message 1731066 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 9:41:43 UTC

Good question.

Round-robin DNS server / router?
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Message 1731069 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 9:51:16 UTC - in response to Message 1731066.  

Good question.

Round-robin DNS server / router?

Not DNS. The scheduler only has a single IP address, and we try that same IP every time.

But routing - aye, there's the rub.
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Message 1731081 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 10:26:18 UTC

Trace to boinc.berkeley.edu from Mom's internet

1. 192.168.2.254; 1.735, 1.630, 1.439

2. 195.190.228.64; 5.780, 5.265, 5.698

3. 213.75.1.77; nl-ah-dc2-git-cr01.kpn.net; 14.015, 14.009

3. 213.75.64.241; nl-rt-dc2-git-cr04.kpn.net; 8.509

4. 213.75.64.240; nl-rt-dc2-ice-ir01.kpn.net; 20.120

4. 213.75.1.76; nl-asd-dc2-ice-ir01.kpn.net; 14.654, 14.695

5. 134.222.93.138; asd2-rou-1022.NL.eurorings.net; 10.599

5. 134.222.93.140; rt2-rou-1022.NL.eurorings.net; 7.782

5. 134.222.93.138; asd2-rou-1022.NL.eurorings.net; 10.569

6. 134.222.48.227; rt2-rou-1041.NL.eurorings.net; 10.781

6. 134.222.48.200; ldn-s2-rou-1101.UK.eurorings.net; 16.693

6. 134.222.48.227; rt2-rou-1041.NL.eurorings.net; 10.296

7. 134.222.48.92; nyk-s2-rou-1021.US.eurorings.net; 85.857, 84.906, 85.672

8. 134.222.48.200; ldn-s2-rou-1101.UK.eurorings.net; 18.356, 17.991

8. 198.32.118.161; rtr.loss.net.internet2.edu; 86.152

9. 64.57.20.251; xe-2-1-0.0.chic0.tr-cps.internet2.edu; 116.264

9. 134.222.48.92; nyk-s2-rou-1021.US.eurorings.net; 87.055

9. 64.57.20.251; xe-2-1-0.0.chic0.tr-cps.internet2.edu; 116.083

10. 198.32.118.161; rtr.loss.net.internet2.edu; 88.207

10. 64.57.20.150; ae-5.80.rtr.chic.net.internet2.edu; 115.931

10. 198.32.118.161; rtr.loss.net.internet2.edu; 87.619

11. 64.57.20.251; xe-2-1-0.0.chic0.tr-cps.internet2.edu; 117.847

11. 64.57.20.148; ae-0.80.rtr.kans.net.internet2.edu; 126.837, 128.171

12. 64.57.20.146; ae-0.80.rtr.salt.net.internet2.edu; 147.614

12. 64.57.20.150; ae-5.80.rtr.chic.net.internet2.edu; 117.994, 118.660

13. 64.57.20.144; ae-2.80.rtr.losa.net.internet2.edu; 160.166, 159.786

13. 64.57.20.148; ae-0.80.rtr.kans.net.internet2.edu; 129.581

14. 64.57.20.125; xe-0-0-0.80.rtr.paix.net.internet2.edu; 168.881, 172.294, 171.004

15. *

16. 64.57.20.125; xe-0-0-0.80.rtr.paix.net.internet2.edu; 170.071, 169.227, 169.740

17. *

18. 128.32.0.37; t2-3.inr-201-sut.Berkeley.EDU; 161.426

18. 137.164.46.144; dc-oak-agg4--svl-agg4-100ge.cenic.net; 167.450

18. 128.32.0.39; t2-3.inr-202-reccev.Berkeley.EDU; 161.197

19. 128.32.0.99; e3-47.inr-310-ewdc.Berkeley.EDU; 165.183

19. 137.164.50.31; ucb--oak-agg4-10g.cenic.net; 167.357, 167.154

20. 128.32.0.39; t2-3.inr-202-reccev.Berkeley.EDU; 164.238

20. 128.32.0.101; et3-48.inr-311-ewdc.Berkeley.EDU; 2075.046, !H

20. 128.32.0.37; t2-3.inr-201-sut.Berkeley.EDU; 163.947
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Message 1731087 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 10:42:41 UTC

It's time to return to use a proxy...
I've got some new WUs with proxy 69.57.48.211:8080
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Message 1731091 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 10:55:59 UTC

Trace via revalidation center
1. 10.15.0.1; 6.205, 7.408, 7.490

2. 193.239.186.18; 11.397, 11.486, 11.426

3. 193.239.186.17; ams-tc1-sw1.plinq.nl; 11.477, 11.395, 11.883

4. 193.239.187.219; 12.090, 15.591, 15.742

5. 149.11.38.113; gi0-6-1-2.ccr21.ams04.atlas.cogentco.com; 15.751, 15.750, 15.742

6. 154.54.74.93; be2312.ccr42.ams03.atlas.cogentco.com; 16.756

6. 154.54.74.89; be2311.ccr41.ams03.atlas.cogentco.com; 15.885

6. 154.54.74.93; be2312.ccr42.ams03.atlas.cogentco.com; 16.698

7. 130.117.2.241; be2434.agr21.ams03.atlas.cogentco.com; 16.597, 15.665, 12.178

8. *

9. 4.69.152.87; ae-2-70.ear1.SanJose1.Level3.net; 163.116, 164.255

9. 4.69.152.150; ae-3-80.ear1.SanJose1.Level3.net; 163.176

10. 4.69.152.87; ae-2-70.ear1.SanJose1.Level3.net; 161.652

10. 4.69.152.23; ae-1-60.ear1.SanJose1.Level3.net; 162.725

10. 4.69.152.150; ae-3-80.ear1.SanJose1.Level3.net; 163.195

11. 4.15.122.46; CENIC.ear1.SanJose1.Level3.net; 163.565, 163.763, 162.958

12. 137.164.46.144; dc-oak-agg4--svl-agg4-100ge.cenic.net; 159.815, 159.863, 163.616

13. 137.164.50.31; ucb--oak-agg4-10g.cenic.net; 159.745, 160.218, 161.650

14. 128.32.0.39; t2-3.inr-202-reccev.Berkeley.EDU; 161.517

14. 128.32.0.37; t2-3.inr-201-sut.Berkeley.EDU; 253.912

14. 128.32.0.39; t2-3.inr-202-reccev.Berkeley.EDU; 160.409

15. 128.32.0.99; e3-47.inr-310-ewdc.Berkeley.EDU; 160.993

15. 128.32.0.97; e3-48.inr-310-ewdc.Berkeley.EDU; 160.143, 159.890

16. *

17. *
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Message 1731092 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 10:56:30 UTC

Following up yesterday's hint of a circular route, I got an interesting result (unfortunately not reproducible) from

http://traceroute.nmonitoring.com/?ip=setiboinc.ssl.berkeley.edu&pingsub=1&ln=en

traceroute to 208.68.240.126 (208.68.240.126), 30 hops max, 60 byte packets
1 praha-4d-c1-vl55.masterinter.net (77.93.199.253) 166.206 ms 166.227 ms 166.298 ms
2 praha-sitel-c1-vl260.masterinter.net (81.31.39.81) 0.447 ms 0.473 ms 0.509 ms
3 cz-prg-asbr1-ten0-2-0-0.dialtelecom.cz (212.24.145.49) 1.573 ms 1.821 ms 1.838 ms
4 cz-prg-p1sit-be1.dialtelecom.cz (82.119.246.21) 9.352 ms 9.448 ms 9.449 ms
5 de-ffm-asbr3-be2-dialtelecom.cz (82.119.245.186) 9.975 ms 9.942 ms 10.047 ms
6 212.119.15.121 (212.119.15.121) 8.830 ms 8.904 ms 9.012 ms
7 ae-4.r21.frnkge03.de.bb.gin.ntt.net (129.250.4.53) 8.830 ms ae-3.r20.frnkge04.de.bb.gin.ntt.net (129.250.3.93) 8.695 ms 8.559 ms
8 ae-2.r02.frnkge03.de.bb.gin.ntt.net (129.250.5.218) 8.878 ms 9.100 ms ae-1.r02.frnkge03.de.bb.gin.ntt.net (129.250.4.163) 9.014 ms
9 ae-0.level3.frnkge03.de.bb.gin.ntt.net (129.250.9.162) 8.766 ms 8.744 ms 8.745 ms
10 * * *
11 * * *
12 CENIC.ear1.SanJose1.Level3.net (4.15.122.46) 171.582 ms 171.448 ms 171.149 ms
13 dc-oak-agg4--svl-agg4-100ge.cenic.net (137.164.46.144) 172.791 ms 171.908 ms 172.736 ms
14 ucb--oak-agg4-10g.cenic.net (137.164.50.31) 173.642 ms 174.280 ms 195.320 ms
15 t2-3.inr-201-sut.Berkeley.EDU (128.32.0.37) 172.943 ms t2-3.inr-202-reccev.Berkeley.EDU (128.32.0.39) 172.798 ms 172.747 ms
16 et3-47.inr-311-ewdc.Berkeley.EDU (128.32.0.103) 172.126 ms et3-48.inr-311-ewdc.Berkeley.EDU (128.32.0.101) 173.288 ms 173.298 ms
17 * * *
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20 * et3-48.inr-311-ewdc.Berkeley.EDU (128.32.0.101) 1769.029 ms !H et3-47.inr-311-ewdc.Berkeley.EDU (128.32.0.103) 1768.099 ms !H

Loopback from et3-47.inr-311 to et3-48.inr-311, when trying to reach the scheduler?
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