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Posts by E B

1) Message boards : Number crunching : 2.8 p4 running 50% crunching 1 wu-why? (Message 34718)
Posted 19 Dec 2009 by E B
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hello i am running 2 projects,when im running late to complete i supend the other project,it give around 10% more speed but task manager say,s the 2 core are running at 54% each.id like to run both cores at 100% how do i do that while crunching only 1 wu.thanks
2) Message boards : Number crunching : Strange things happen (credit) (Message 32978)
Posted 3 Nov 2009 by E B
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uploaded 24 wu today.and downloaded 24 wu,now it say 48 inprogress.guess it lost 24.
3) Message boards : Number crunching : BOINC on RAMdisk in W7 64 (Message 32898)
Posted 31 Oct 2009 by E B
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i have the same thing in xp and use the same files.would like an answer to this to.it speeds thing up quite well.
4) Message boards : Number crunching : groups and computers (Message 31476)
Posted 24 Sep 2009 by E B
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i was refering to host and user,if you have 2 projects and they both load up with weeks of work your host average goes down but the user average goes up and visversa for the other project.hard to keep everthing going up.
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Credit lowering (Message 31359)
Posted 23 Sep 2009 by E B
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this is what i see.first if i was them id what the biggest fastest comp out thier,and anything that slows the wu,s up gets less credit.example,less then 24hr internet time,surfing the net,not dedicated computer,up time,ect.they go from 74,54,39 depending on how much of it is thiers to use.the time it takes to do a wu is not whats its about but the speed it takes to do it,just my opinion.thanks
6) Message boards : Number crunching : overtake (Message 31358)
Posted 22 Sep 2009 by E B
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can someone explain this to me?trying to understand this with credits.thanks
7) Message boards : Number crunching : groups and computers (Message 30811)
Posted 14 Sep 2009 by E B
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just a word to the wise, allways DEDICATE a computer to 1 project only.




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