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1) Message boards : Application Code Discussion : MilkyWay@Home N-Body Simulation 1.18 Bug? (Message 59371)
Posted 15 Jul 2013 by EpicWin
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Funny thing is I just hit "Use GPU based on preferences" and logged onto my BOINC client or whatever, and the task started working.... LOL, so weird....
2) Message boards : Application Code Discussion : MilkyWay@Home N-Body Simulation 1.18 Bug? (Message 59370)
Posted 15 Jul 2013 by EpicWin
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Alright, thanks!
3) Message boards : Application Code Discussion : MilkyWay@Home N-Body Simulation 1.18 Bug? (Message 59358)
Posted 14 Jul 2013 by EpicWin
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I knew about the 'I NEED MORE' stuff, I was just wondering.... Since I've never seen this before at least. I understand the GPU part as well, but I have this lurking task in my tasks that is sitting at 57.227%, and it was actually due back on the 11th. Everything else except for this one task is working perfectly... I can't figure out why BOINC isn't seeing it either, since it hasn't touched it at all even though it has gone through at least 20-40 tasks on the CPU, and again, I tried suspending all the other tasks except for that single one. Yeah that task I believe was also a different version of N-Body, that one was a GPU version, this one is a CPU version (1.18).


Thanks for trying to help though!
4) Message boards : Application Code Discussion : MilkyWay@Home N-Body Simulation 1.18 Bug? (Message 59345)
Posted 14 Jul 2013 by EpicWin
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I seem to be having a slight problem with this N-Body Simulation....
So I have this program in my tasks on BOINC, and it seems it gets ignored by BOINC. It also is saying it uses 4 cores, which I have a i5-2500 so that isn't a problem. I've tried suspending all other CPU tasks, and it still skips over the Simulation and goes to grab more tasks. Any ideas on how to fix this? I have my settings to allow Multi-CPU, 100% cpu usage and no time limits. Would having my GPU run with it, since it says it uses like .5 of a CPU, make it not work?




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