Joined: 8 Jun 99
So I have this NUC that has been serving as a Bitcoin node as well as a Linux Distro seeder.
Figured, as its CPU usage is so low, I might as well install BOINC and run S@h
All installed, but no CPU usage.
Had a look with boinccmd --get_tasks and pretty much every one of the 150 tasks seems to have failed with "Compute Error" (I'll paste a sample below).
Any thoughts on what might be wrong and how I can fix it?
Thank you! :D
======== Tasks ========
WU name: blc66_2bit_guppi_58838_07440_TIC449050247_0037.28060.818.104.22.168.vlar
project URL: http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/
received: Mon Feb 10 14:42:03 2020
report deadline: Fri Apr 3 20:41:42 2020
ready to report: yes
state: compute error
scheduler state: uninitialized
app version num: 800
resources: 1 CPU
final CPU time: 0.000000
final elapsed time: 0.000000
Joined: 29 Apr 01
It would be helpful if you identified the HostID of the computer you are referencing. I see no tasks with computational errors, only abandoned.
I know that a lot of the low power devices, such at Surfaces and NUCs have an issue that BOINC won't even run becauses of a library that is not compatible. You need to install the 32 bit version of BOINC to get BOINC to run.
But your error suggests BOINC runs a science app that simply fails. Without having any stderr.txt output from a failed task to examine, it is hard to help you.
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