EEEP! Where did my WU's go?

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Message 1933381 - Posted: 3 May 2018, 16:01:38 UTC

So, after this week's downtime, I sit down at BOINC to see where we are at, and find about 10 WUs.
OK, there are problems getting back up to my cache, let's see what is going on at my SETI page, and
I found that I have over 150 WUs have been sent out. Hmmm.

What would be the quickest way to return these WUs to the fold so they can be processed. I am
relatively sure that my preferences didn't change, but I am concerned about what looks like over
150 time outs in the making!
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Message 1933384 - Posted: 3 May 2018, 16:07:40 UTC - in response to Message 1933381.  

Boy, is my face red. Bhagwan, always check to see that you have "Show All Tasks"!

Never mind.....

This dementia can be fun, sometimes. Others...

Keep crunching!
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Message 1933408 - Posted: 3 May 2018, 17:24:42 UTC - in response to Message 1933384.  

We've all been there, so welcome to the club. Thanks for posting back on it though. :)
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According to Giorgo of the Ancient Astronaut Theorists I do not help with tech questions via private message. He's right: please use the forums for that.
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Message 1940874 - Posted: 22 Jun 2018, 21:35:50 UTC

OK, this is the first time here and hope the right thread
So I have an older Dell Inspiron laptop that has been running seti
for about 2 years and it shows a little over 7,550,00 wu
I also have a new tower and it shows around 5,500,00 wu.
Now both of these numbers show up on the stats window
BUT if I go to my account page it shows the laptop #'s
I did have a problem with my tower last week where the mbr
got hosed and was able to get a least my windows install
back up and running.
This is no big deal,just wondering what,if anything,
I need to do ?
Thanks !
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Message 1940930 - Posted: 23 Jun 2018, 7:52:39 UTC - in response to Message 1940874.  
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OK, this is the first time here and hope the right thread
So I have an older Dell Inspiron laptop that has been running seti for about 2 years and it shows a little over 7,550,00 wu
I also have a new tower and it shows around 5,500,00 wu.
Now both of these numbers show up on the stats window
BUT if I go to my account page it shows the laptop #'s
I did have a problem with my tower last week where the mbr got hosed and was able to get a least my windows install back up and running.
This is no big deal,just wondering what,if anything, I need to do ?
Thanks !


Looking at you account page there is a desktop with 5,525,201 credits created on 29 Jun 2017, 1:54:58 UTC

And what I assume is a laptop with 160,712 credits, which was created on 17 Apr 2017, 16:51:33 UTC

Both these machines are connecting and running SETI@Home work

So if you say your laptop should have 7,550,00 it seems you may have a second account, as your credit total is 7,563,537 on this one.

PS the numbers you see against your account is "credit" which you are allocated for completing work units (WU). Completed WU's are removed from the database 24 hours after completion. (Just to avoid confusion)
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