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Posts by Pooh Bear 27

1) Message boards : News : MilkyWay@home Server Maintenance (Message 63273)
Posted 26 Mar 2015 by ProfilePooh Bear 27
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1 · 2 · 3 · 4 . . . 10 · Next Notice: Undefined variable: stickysql in /boinc/milkyway/html/inc/forum.inc on line 1003


2) Message boards : News : MilkyWay@home Server Maintenance (Message 63266)
Posted 25 Mar 2015 by ProfilePooh Bear 27
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Still seeing this error in subgroups, EG: on News
Notice: Undefined variable: stickysql in /boinc/milkyway/html/inc/forum.inc on line 1003
3) Message boards : News : Updating BOINC server code (Message 63021)
Posted 16 Jan 2015 by ProfilePooh Bear 27
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When in forums, I see this error. You have to be in a specific forum, like News or Number Crunching to see the error near the top:

Notice: Undefined variable: stickysql in /boinc/milkyway/html/inc/forum.inc on line 1003
4) Message boards : News : New Modfit Runs (Message 62924)
Posted 1 Jan 2015 by ProfilePooh Bear 27
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Problem with adding buffer, it adds buffer for CPU and GPU and you cannot separate. Since I want my CPU not to buffer the work it is doing, the short units are causing a lot of non-work time because of the time it takes to process the finishing and downloading the next unit.
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Updated GPU Requirements (Message 62891)
Posted 26 Dec 2014 by ProfilePooh Bear 27
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Looks like the original listing needs to be updated. Since the CUDA application is no longer used, some of the older NVidia cards that can only do OpenCL 1.0 will no longer work on this project.
6) Message boards : Number crunching : Computational Error (Message 62890)
Posted 26 Dec 2014 by ProfilePooh Bear 27
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I see the native CUDA application has been pulled. This card would work with that, but will not work because it cannot do above the OpenCL 1.0. There is no driver that can fix this.
7) Message boards : Number crunching : BOINC 7.4.27 Win64 problem **SOLVED** - Known Bug (Message 62698)
Posted 14 Nov 2014 by ProfilePooh Bear 27
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** Solved **
Known bug on this version.
8) Message boards : Number crunching : BOINC 7.4.27 Win64 problem **SOLVED** - Known Bug (Message 62696)
Posted 14 Nov 2014 by ProfilePooh Bear 27
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Found the issue. If you set a project to 0 priority it will not download work anymore if there are other projects with a larger priority and even if those projects do not have any work. Same with CPU.
9) Message boards : Number crunching : GETTING MILKYWAY TO RUN ON GPU (Message 62695)
Posted 14 Nov 2014 by ProfilePooh Bear 27
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Your card does not have Double Precision. Please see the forum posting:
GPU Requirements
10) Message boards : Number crunching : BOINC 7.4.27 Win64 problem **SOLVED** - Known Bug (Message 62693)
Posted 14 Nov 2014 by ProfilePooh Bear 27
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Yesterday I updated to new release 7.4.27 and now I can no longer download GPU tasks from Milkyway. I can download GPU tasks from other projects. I get the following error:

Milkyway@Home | Not requesting tasks: don't need (CPU: job cache full; NVIDIA GPU: job cache full)

There were NO GPU tasks running at the time. The system has total 8 cores with HT turned on and a GPU. It is set to run 75% CPU (6 cores), so there was cores open and no GPU tasks running. As soon as I allowed a different project to ask for GPU work it received it without issue. This problem did not occur on the previous 7.2.42 version.

So MW must be doing some odd check when work is requested that thinks I am overbooked and cannot do the work.
11) Message boards : News : Server Updates (Message 60088)
Posted 3 Oct 2013 by ProfilePooh Bear 27
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I want to thank the admins. Looks like you fixed the slowness issues. Was the earlier reboot to fix this issue?

12) Message boards : News : Narrowed down the problem (Message 59909)
Posted 17 Sep 2013 by ProfilePooh Bear 27
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Account page is still very slow to load. All other pages seem to load fine.
13) Message boards : News : Narrowed down the problem (Message 59890)
Posted 12 Sep 2013 by ProfilePooh Bear 27
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I get to the account, using FF, but it takes a long time before it loads. Maybe IE is timing out before it loads.
14) Message boards : News : Badges for crunchers. (Message 59761)
Posted 30 Aug 2013 by ProfilePooh Bear 27
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Put another way ... if the SubsetSum project is dead just Retire it and we can all go happily dancing off into the sunset. :-)

Ray

But, all I need is less than 1.5 days of work to get my 5000 hours for WUProp for SubsetSum.





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