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Posts by mtzki

1) Message boards : Number crunching : New Dr in the House (Message 33390)
Posted 20 Nov 2009 by mtzki
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Grats! Now how about serving some wus to your party guests here? :)
2) Message boards : Cafe MilkyWay : What are You listening to? (Message 33339)
Posted 18 Nov 2009 by mtzki
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Them Crooked Vultures
give it a few listens...and Jones will possess you ;)
3) Message boards : Number crunching : PCI Express x16, x8, x4 (Message 26735)
Posted 30 Jun 2009 by mtzki
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This host has 2x hd4870 on an Asus Commando with PCI-E v1 x16 / x4. I can't see any difference in the crunching times.
4) Message boards : Number crunching : never getting more than one task (Message 19815)
Posted 21 Apr 2009 by mtzki
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Looks like host ID 51515 had local overriding preferences of connecting every 10 days and keeping additional work buffer of 0 days. Weird that I can't remember setting those...

I swapped the numbers around and the problem seems to be fixed now. Probably my other systems suffer from the same thing.

Thanks banditwolf!
5) Message boards : Number crunching : never getting more than one task (Message 19807)
Posted 21 Apr 2009 by mtzki
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I'm pretty sure there is more to this. I've been watching these machines for days now, and they just never get more than one wu. My daily production is down to about 10k total now with five 4800 series gpus.
6) Message boards : Number crunching : never getting more than one task (Message 19805)
Posted 21 Apr 2009 by mtzki
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Hi. My systems seem to never get more than one new task at a time from wu requests. (the "Sent" columns in the hosts' task pages have only unequal times)

I think this problem started suddenly a few days ago, and without any changes done by myself.

All those machines are using 0.19e with RV770 gpus. I have tried BOINC client versions 6.4.5, 6.6.20, and 6.6.23. Also been fiddling with the work request lenghts from computing preferences, but nothing seems to help.

Doesn't seem like other users are suffering from this. Any ideas what could be causing it?




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