Joined: 28 Nov 02
I have looked at the boinc command line info here: https://boinc.berkeley.edu/wiki/Boinccmd_tool and it looks like it should be possible to toggle the No New Tasks/Resume on a project basis.
What I would like to see is a practical example of a shell script (that is presumably executed by a time daemon) that would toggle NNT based on the number of tasks currently available and/or the day of the week/time?
I would like to have is say World Community Grid "resume" about 8am local time and goto NNT about 8pm local time on Tuesday.
World Community Grid has settings on the Website that can limit the total# downloaded. But for projects that don't have that. being able to toggle NNT might automate the average "flood level"?
I will stop procrastinating tomorrow.
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Joined: 29 Apr 99
You could add an entry in your crontab to launch the following command to suspend/resume boinc
boinccmd --host FQDN:BOINC_PORT --passwd BOINC_PASS_VALUE --project http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/ suspend
boinccmd --host FQDN:BOINC_PORT --passwd BOINC_PASS_VALUE --project BOINC_PROJECT_URL resume
If you want to know how much wu is running/waiting, you can use my cpu2gpu.pl perl script available at http://www.w3perl.com/seti/
cpu2gpu.pl -i will display cpu/gpu wu
cpu2gpu.pl -j will display wu status (Download stalled,Ready to start,Completed with error,Upload stalled,Completed,Cancelled)
Joined: 4 Jul 99
You could add an entry in your crontab to launch the following command to suspend/resume boincI think the question as posed would require
boinccmd --host FQDN:BOINC_PORT --passwd BOINC_PASS_VALUE --project BOINC_PROJECT_URL nomorework
boinccmd --host FQDN:BOINC_PORT --passwd BOINC_PASS_VALUE --project BOINC_PROJECT_URL allowmorework
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