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Message 2079707 - Posted: 11 Jul 2021, 7:25:43 UTC - in response to Message 2035163.  

Yes, now I have a bunch of completed SETI tasks from March 6, 2020 to July 21, 2020. These are at the top of my BOINC manager and I can't get rid of them. Can you turn on the appropriate servers for a few days to clear these from my manager. I am not concerned about the missed credit.

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Message 2079719 - Posted: 11 Jul 2021, 12:52:26 UTC - in response to Message 2079707.  

Yes, now I have a bunch of completed SETI tasks from March 6, 2020 to July 21, 2020. These are at the top of my BOINC manager and I can't get rid of them. Can you turn on the appropriate servers for a few days to clear these from my manager. I am not concerned about the missed credit.

Sorry, but the servers needed for picking up new results are very likely never to be turned on again in their present form: I very much suspect that the present results database is not going to be updated with any further new results...

For your pending results: Best is to have your boinc manager discard them.


Meanwhile, the 'offline' database is being analyzed with the steadily developing Nebula system. (Note that is very much a work in progress and a development of the analysis itself!)

Next will come something new from what has been learnt from the 20+ years of this experiment and our grand search!

Watch for news...


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Message 2079731 - Posted: 11 Jul 2021, 17:14:23 UTC - in response to Message 2079707.  
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Yes, now I have a bunch of completed SETI tasks from March 6, 2020 to July 21, 2020. These are at the top of my BOINC manager and I can't get rid of them. Can you turn on the appropriate servers for a few days to clear these from my manager. I am not concerned about the missed credit.


We don't have to even speculate about this: your work units can be seen in your hosts. Every one of them already timed out due to non-completion and the ones I checked were reassigned to others, completed and closed off. So even if you could submit them, they would not do anything now. May as well save some disk space in the BOINC client: click the Projects tab, then click SETI@Home and then Remove and confirm. This will remove all the now-useless work units and SETI@Home project data. You can always re-add it if it comes back. I'd bet my last dollar it ain't coming back, at least not in this form.
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Message 2079774 - Posted: 12 Jul 2021, 6:27:49 UTC - in response to Message 2079719.  

Thanks,

I removed SETI from the BOINC Manager which cleared up all the hanging results. Now SETI is no longer available for reloading to the manager. However, what is important is that the SETI results are still present in all the statistics reports. Which I want to keep for historical reasons.

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Message 2079789 - Posted: 12 Jul 2021, 12:46:12 UTC - in response to Message 2079774.  

... However, what is important is that the SETI results are still present in all the statistics reports. Which I want to keep for historical reasons.

Download your certificates and for good measure, take a screenshot of your results page?

I'm sure s@h will be kept online for some time yet but eventually the project must move on if only for the sake of the constraints of funding.

And no doubt further new searches will be done with renewed knowledge!


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Message 2087859 - Posted: 11 Nov 2021, 1:02:28 UTC - in response to Message 2035163.  

i can say im deeply upset that u aren't giving out more you shouldn't give up well that all im going to say i no its a lot off work but we all want to to help
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Message 2087861 - Posted: 11 Nov 2021, 1:29:42 UTC - in response to Message 2079789.  

... However, what is important is that the SETI results are still present in all the statistics reports. Which I want to keep for historical reasons.

Download your certificates and for good measure, take a screenshot of your results page?

I'm sure s@h will be kept online for some time yet but eventually the project must move on if only for the sake of the constraints of funding.

And no doubt further new searches will be done with renewed knowledge!


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