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Message 2002087 - Posted: 11 Jul 2019, 12:35:13 UTC

Hi.

Just looking at my stats, & i am seeing ythings like 800+, 1000+ credits per day etc..

I am wondering if there are stats about TASKS processed in the last 24 hours. Eg

- 5 tasks downloaded
- 6 tasks processed
- 6 tasks uploaded
- 7 tasks awaiting reporting .. etc.... (with time stamps)


Basically, if i leave my PC "on" overnight - after a while it goes black (the screen turns off) but i have no idea if my PC is still processing tasks or not.

When i next re-start my PC - all i see is 4-5 tasks being processed at that time, but have no idea how many (if any) have been completed / uploaded during the night.
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Message 2002090 - Posted: 11 Jul 2019, 12:46:06 UTC - in response to Message 2002087.  

You can see all your tasks, with the times they were sent to your computer and the time you returned your result, here.
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Message 2002092 - Posted: 11 Jul 2019, 12:52:17 UTC - in response to Message 2002090.  

thank you. - pity i cant see a way to sort by the reported date/time...

I'll take a note of the figures & compare the next day - see how many i'm doing
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Message 2002105 - Posted: 11 Jul 2019, 15:23:28 UTC
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Assuming you are only running SETI then tasks are normally run in the order they are received (First-In, First-Out). It is too easy to get distracted by the deadlines, as once your computer has settled down, and you aren't fiddling around by suspending tasks BOINC does a pretty good job of making sure tasks are returned in time. For example my two Raspberry Pi run with no real attention and return everything well within their deadlines.

BTW - I had a quick look at your computers and you appear to have an issue with your Android device, I suggest you start a new thread asking about this (I'm no Android expert, so I'll not offer advice that could well be wrong....)
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Message 2002159 - Posted: 11 Jul 2019, 21:26:06 UTC - in response to Message 2002105.  

BTW - I had a quick look at your computers and you appear to have an issue with your Android device, I suggest you start a new thread asking about this
He already did and got answered.
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