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Message 27064 - Posted: 4 Jul 2009, 22:56:24 UTC

Hi everybody! Today, among the messages, I found this:
"Sat 04 Jul 2009 07:52:40 PM CEST Milkyway@home Message from server: Completed result ps_sgr_214F5_3s_hiw_9257786_1246460479_0 refused: this result wasn't sent (not needed)"
This isn't the first time it happens, so, since it takes some time (+ CPU, RAM, etc.) to complete a task,
I would like to know what causes this problem, so that, in case it can't be fixed, I can detach from this project and let other tasks run in its place. Many thanks in advance.
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Message 27071 - Posted: 5 Jul 2009, 0:32:53 UTC - in response to Message 27064.  

Hi everybody! Today, among the messages, I found this:
"Sat 04 Jul 2009 07:52:40 PM CEST Milkyway@home Message from server: Completed result ps_sgr_214F5_3s_hiw_9257786_1246460479_0 refused: this result wasn't sent (not needed)"
This isn't the first time it happens, so, since it takes some time (+ CPU, RAM, etc.) to complete a task,
I would like to know what causes this problem, so that, in case it can't be fixed, I can detach from this project and let other tasks run in its place. Many thanks in advance.


I'm not sure of the answer myself. But this would get more notice in one of the Message Boards than here I believe.
Doesn't expecting the unexpected make the unexpected the expected?
If it makes sense, DON'T do it.
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Message 27175 - Posted: 6 Jul 2009, 19:20:40 UTC - in response to Message 27071.  

I'm not sure of the answer myself. But this would get more notice in one of the Message Boards than here I believe.

Me too. Unfortunately, when I tried to start a new thread there, I chose Cafe MilkyWay, and the system response was:
In order to create a new thread in Cafe MilkyWay you must have a certain amount of credit. This is to prevent and protect against abuse of the system.

I gave for granted this was the only place where beginners could ask their questions. However, I'll try all of the topics. Maybe I'll have more luck. Thanks anyway!
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