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Number crunching :
New Math Formula
(Message 4264)
Posted 20 Jul 2008 by Scientific Frontline Post:
Hmmm I assure you they were not there. I keep a very close eye on such. So instead of being insulting, How about some answers why they would not of displayed. I have had this happen before with this project. Sincerely, Heidi-Ann~ |

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New WU Length?
(Message 4254)
Posted 19 Jul 2008 by Scientific Frontline Post: I just have a quick question. I was wondering if the WU length had been increased. I usually complete a WU in about 6.5 minutes but I've gotten a new WU that so far has taken 47 minutes to get to 10.7% completed and is reporting 47 minutes to complete. I thought maybe there might have been a problem with the WU so I suspended the WU and started a new one and it seems like this one is going to be a long completion time as well. I've tried to restart my BOINC Manager to see if there was something going on there but I still had the same long time to complete. Thank you in advance for your help. As posted elsewhere, mine went from 6min to 6.30 Hours... 18 due in 24. Throwing two more squirrels in the comp and hanging bigger treats in front of the wheel. Was going to say nuts, but you know... Heidi-Ann |

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New Math Formula
(Message 4253)
Posted 19 Jul 2008 by Scientific Frontline Post: I do like the new longer WU's But I am not familiar with the math used to calculate. I just received 18 units at an Avg. completion rate of 6hr. each, that is fine, but due in one day... Now I am looking for a way to do 118 hrs work in 24, but can't get the Delorean started. ~smiles~ Heidi-Ann Kennedy Scientific Frontline |

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New Math Formula
(Message 4252)
Posted 19 Jul 2008 by Scientific Frontline Post: I do like the new longer WU's But I am not familiar with the math used to calculate. I just received 18 units at an Avg. completion rate of 6hr. each, that is fine, but due in one day... Now I am looking for a way to do 118 hrs work in 24, but can't get the Delorean started. ~smiles~ Heidi-Ann Kennedy Scientific Frontline |

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