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Message 62382 - Posted: 23 Sep 2014, 20:34:21 UTC

Looks like everything is back up and running. Let me know if there are any issues!
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Message 62383 - Posted: 23 Sep 2014, 21:30:19 UTC

Looking good so far. Thanks for the rapid fix!
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Message 62392 - Posted: 24 Sep 2014, 14:04:54 UTC

Just deleted "aborted" 9 files: Separation Modified Fit 1.34...
None of them are being crunched. All of them receive the friendly little reminder: Computation error, and the work self-aborts.
My other MilkyWay@Home files are being processed just fine. I just wanted to find out if I'm doing the right thing? Is the problem related to my hardware?
Best to you all in this project.
Mike
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Message 62393 - Posted: 24 Sep 2014, 15:42:33 UTC - in response to Message 62392.  

Just deleted "aborted" 9 files: Separation Modified Fit 1.34...
None of them are being crunched. All of them receive the friendly little reminder: Computation error, and the work self-aborts.
My other MilkyWay@Home files are being processed just fine. I just wanted to find out if I'm doing the right thing? Is the problem related to my hardware?
Best to you all in this project.
Mike


Think this is probably a problem with that particular search, will forward that on.
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Message 62394 - Posted: 24 Sep 2014, 15:47:11 UTC

Hey Michael,

I have been looking into the issue since you reported it on the other forum post. Taking me a little while because we were having server issues and I was trying to get a few other bug fixes out of the way since they were a bit easier to fix. Finally, putting a little more time into yours now. Since your error logs don't give much of a hint as to what could be causing the problem it might take me some time to resolve as I need to try to reproduce it here. Sorry for the delay.

Jake W.
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