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Message 2172 - Posted: 11 Mar 2008, 20:58:10 UTC - in response to Message 2165.  

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I should mention this particular host runs with FreeBSD 7.0-Release, with boinc compiled with platform i686-pc-linux-gnu (seems projects don't agree upon which platform-response to support on FreeBSD). Also running S@H and Cosmology with no problems.


Why don't you run the native freebsd binaries instead ?
Should be easy to set it up using an app_info.xml file.
If you need help with that, let me know.



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Message 2186 - Posted: 12 Mar 2008, 21:15:50 UTC - in response to Message 2172.  

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I should mention this particular host runs with FreeBSD 7.0-Release, with boinc compiled with platform i686-pc-linux-gnu (seems projects don't agree upon which platform-response to support on FreeBSD). Also running S@H and Cosmology with no problems.


Why don't you run the native freebsd binaries instead ?
Should be easy to set it up using an app_info.xml file.
If you need help with that, let me know.



Yeah, wanted to do that, but dunno where to download the binaries from... :( app_info.xml I can do myself ;)
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Message 2188 - Posted: 12 Mar 2008, 21:19:47 UTC - in response to Message 2186.  

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I should mention this particular host runs with FreeBSD 7.0-Release, with boinc compiled with platform i686-pc-linux-gnu (seems projects don't agree upon which platform-response to support on FreeBSD). Also running S@H and Cosmology with no problems.


Why don't you run the native freebsd binaries instead ?
Should be easy to set it up using an app_info.xml file.
If you need help with that, let me know.



Yeah, wanted to do that, but dunno where to download the binaries from... :( app_info.xml I can do myself ;)


astronomy_1.21_amd64-unknown-freebsd

astronomy_1.21_i386-unknown-freebsd

HTH ;)



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Message 2189 - Posted: 12 Mar 2008, 21:31:10 UTC - in response to Message 2188.  

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Message 3093 - Posted: 11 Apr 2008, 4:01:17 UTC

Hey Dave and crew....30 days no reports of problems...unsticky in order? ( the mod in me coming out ) ;=)
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Message 3094 - Posted: 11 Apr 2008, 11:48:10 UTC - in response to Message 3093.  

Hey Dave and crew....30 days no reports of problems...unsticky in order? ( the mod in me coming out ) ;=)


Well, there is a (continued) problem: My 8-core MacPro 3.0 GHz takes more than twice as much time (535 sec/WU) for a work-unit than the 2.4 GHz Linux machines (190-210 sec./WU)

I'll suspend Milkyway on my new machine until this problem gets solved.

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Message 4610 - Posted: 1 Aug 2008, 19:59:19 UTC

And being I have the XP x64 sp2 OS(4GB pc2-8500 ram), Thunderbird(x64 version 2.0.0.12) and 1.22 don't get along too well, If I shut down 1.22 I can then send and receive email(Didn't have any problems under Seti of course), If I run 1.22 I have problems with getting Thunderbird to respond more than once. Also 1.22 will not request new tasks under XP x64 until 1.22 gets down to zero.... Then It asks and the server will send 8 more, 4 of which are started immediately, Clicking on Update to get more work does nothing outside of get No more work....
Until the problems I've stated are ironed out I have no choice but to revert back yo Seti on PC1 for a while. :(
12/21/2012? Bah Humbug!

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Message 4687 - Posted: 14 Aug 2008, 1:16:33 UTC - in response to Message 4610.  

And being I have the XP x64 sp2 OS(4GB pc2-8500 ram), Thunderbird(x64 version 2.0.0.12) and 1.22 don't get along too well, If I shut down 1.22 I can then send and receive email(Didn't have any problems under Seti of course), If I run 1.22 I have problems with getting Thunderbird to respond more than once. Also 1.22 will not request new tasks under XP x64 until 1.22 gets down to zero.... Then It asks and the server will send 8 more, 4 of which are started immediately, Clicking on Update to get more work does nothing outside of get No more work....
Until the problems I've stated are ironed out I have no choice but to revert back yo Seti on PC1 for a while. :(


Thunderbird problem: Sounds weird, maybe a memory leak?

WU problem 1: Hey dude, you'll never get more than 8 now... Until the admin fixes the project settings to sth like max 5 WUs per Core...

WU problem 2: What? No task request even if there is only 1 core running anything? Thats not a project problem, thats a boinc problem. Try to adjust your boinc settings (how much work will be downloaded) - if the value is too small it will only ask for something like 50 seconds of work... If that still doesn't work then try a newer BOINC version.
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Message 4690 - Posted: 14 Aug 2008, 3:58:05 UTC - in response to Message 4610.  

And being I have the XP x64 sp2 OS(4GB pc2-8500 ram), Thunderbird(x64 version 2.0.0.12) and 1.22 don't get along too well, If I shut down 1.22 I can then send and receive email(Didn't have any problems under Seti of course), If I run 1.22 I have problems with getting Thunderbird to respond more than once. Also 1.22 will not request new tasks under XP x64 until 1.22 gets down to zero.... Then It asks and the server will send 8 more, 4 of which are started immediately, Clicking on Update to get more work does nothing outside of get No more work....
Until the problems I've stated are ironed out I have no choice but to revert back yo Seti on PC1 for a while. :(


I had a similar problem recently not getting new work until all 8 were completed but on a Linux box. I think it started after updating to Boinc 6.2, I don't normally use Boinc Manager but somehow something was screwed up in client preferences and KBoincSpy doesn't give me access to them. So I fired up the Boinc Manager and found the client preferences were checked although AFAIK I didn't set them, nothing looked wrong with the choices, but I disabled the client preferences and reverted to web based preferences and the problem went away.

Give it a try it might work in your case.

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Message 4744 - Posted: 16 Aug 2008, 6:53:35 UTC


I get the Signal 11 Error on all 3 quads.

I have noticed others getting the same or similar errors.
There does not seem to be any corelation to OS or Intel/AMD.

All 3 quads are AMD Phenom 9850BE running Debian/GNU Linux-AMD64.

Two are overclocked on different motherboards. The other is stock.

All 3 use 4GB OCZ Reaper 1066 ddr2.

I'd like to get back on this project, so I need some info about what to do.
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Message 4746 - Posted: 16 Aug 2008, 17:08:58 UTC - in response to Message 4744.  

Give Crunch3rs statically linked version a try it worked for me with Debian Sid AMD64 on an Intel Atom and a couple of Q6600s.

http://calbe.dw70.de/milkyway/astronomy_1.24_x86_64-pc-linux-gnu.tar.bz2

HTH

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Message 4751 - Posted: 17 Aug 2008, 0:36:41 UTC - in response to Message 4746.  

Give Crunch3rs statically linked version a try it worked for me with Debian Sid AMD64 on an Intel Atom and a couple of Q6600s.

http://calbe.dw70.de/milkyway/astronomy_1.24_x86_64-pc-linux-gnu.tar.bz2

HTH

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I tried it, but it didn't work. Same error. v1.23 results downloaded, v1.24 app can't process?
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Message 5132 - Posted: 31 Aug 2008, 4:24:04 UTC

your app. 122 keeps getting stuck the cpu time just sits and does not change period......whats up when i got longer projects all was fine these new short apps hardly ever run well on my pc....this is the first time i ever detached and then re atached a project ........help i don't know if milkyway is damaging my pc ............thanks ahead of time for the help !!!!!!
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Message 5172 - Posted: 4 Sep 2008, 8:19:11 UTC

Something wrong! Too many WU ready for upload... But server reports ...HTTP error...
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Message 6045 - Posted: 8 Nov 2008, 8:29:45 UTC

I wonder about the remaining time and not getting WUs because the time show me
5:17:02.

I think something is wrong because 5 hr to finish a WU??? - and than I get the message I won't finish my work in time

Using 1.22
I wish I can fly like a bird in the sky .....
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Message 6313 - Posted: 19 Nov 2008, 23:08:33 UTC

No better than the old official app on my box, every WU gets a signal 11.
Running Kubuntu 8.10 (64 Bit) on a Core2Quad, if you need to know anything else about my sys just ask. Switched to "no new tasks" for the time being, no need to crash any more WUs.
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Message 6322 - Posted: 20 Nov 2008, 3:36:10 UTC

My bad, reading all that discussion about the new app I thought it was released already and tried to switch, which, naturally, didn't work...
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