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Message 68857 - Posted: 14 Jun 2019, 23:02:11 UTC

Does the project automatically allow the exporting of stats or do I need to opt in somewhere?

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Message 68858 - Posted: 15 Jun 2019, 2:19:30 UTC - in response to Message 68857.  
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AFAICT the boinc manager (BM) displays statistics such as total credit and recent credit (RAC) but this is for the host that is running BM. Not sure other than screen grab how to get that data. The client (BC) write information to a log that can be quite detailed if the appropriate logging paremeters are set in the cc_config xml file. The program BoincTasks can interrogate the client and save information in a history file that is quite useful.

I wrote two programs in c# (source at GitHub) that can be used to obtain performance information. Both programs are described here
https://forum.efmer.com/index.php?board=47.0

If you want to get statistics from the project web sites then HostProjectStats might be useful.

IMHO the boinc manager does not have mechanism to export information nor is the program source code easy to work with (maintain) as it needs to function on a lot of different platforms with various hardware both really old and also recent.

What stats are you looking for?

If you are referring to the somewhat recent EU laws that were passed, only the following sites require an opt-in to look at existing statistic
Albert@home
Einstein@Home
LHC@Home
LHCathome-dev
NumberFields@home 
VGTU
World Community Grid 
WUProp@Home 


The site managers would know how to export or arrange for exporting.
I know that recently gridcoin had to write their own program to obtain statistics from Einstein@home. I am guessing that was because of their security concerns of some typel.
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