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Message 104497 - Posted: 28 May 2021, 23:11:56 UTC

I got this Notice:
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Your settings do not allow fetching tasks for Intel GPU. To fix this, you can change Project Preferences on the project's web site.

Where do I go and what do I do?
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Message 104498 - Posted: 28 May 2021, 23:49:26 UTC - in response to Message 104497.  

If you want to run the GPU Version of the OpenPandemics app follow instructions below.

Note that there's still some users having various problems with the GPU app.

Login to your account at WCG.

1) At top click on "Settings".
2) On settings screen LEFT SIDE click on "Device Manager".
3) On Device Manager screen Click on a device name (computer name) or profile name (Default, Home, School, Work) to view and/or edit its configuration.
4) Scroll down to the section name "Graphics Card Usage" find the various settings there and make your changes according to your GPU type and preferences.
5) **** VERY IMPORTANT TO SCROLL DOWN AND CLICK SAVE BUTTON AT BOTTOM RIGHT ON SCREEN. ***

Here is a link to "Default" venue settings screen: https://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/ms/device/viewBoincProfileConfiguration.do?name=Default as an example.
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Message 104524 - Posted: 2 Jun 2021, 21:30:08 UTC

There are only 2 projects I know that accept Intel IGPs.
1- The Collatz Conjecture,
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2- Einstein (but they have no jobs).
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Message 104527 - Posted: 2 Jun 2021, 23:12:05 UTC - in response to Message 104524.  

There are only 2 projects I know that accept Intel IGPs.
1- The Collatz Conjecture,
and
2- Einstein (but they have no jobs).

The Open Pandemics sub-project at WCG also accepts Intel IGPs. Just needs to support OpenCL 1.2 in hardware and software.
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Message 104537 - Posted: 6 Jun 2021, 23:47:12 UTC - in response to Message 104527.  

There are only 2 projects I know that accept Intel IGPs.
1- The Collatz Conjecture,
and
2- Einstein (but they have no jobs).

The Open Pandemics sub-project at WCG also accepts Intel IGPs. Just needs to support OpenCL 1.2 in hardware and software.


Adding one

3. Minecraft@home has work

questioning one

#2 Einstein appears to have work available for IGPU's on Gamma-ray pulsar binary search #1 on GPUs (FGRPB1G) and on Binary Radio Pulsar Search (Arecibo) (BRP4)

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Message 104725 - Posted: 8 Jul 2021, 17:10:14 UTC

I just enabled WCG intel IGP WUs, but so far it seems like the units don't get any IGP WUs.
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Message 104727 - Posted: 8 Jul 2021, 17:25:14 UTC - in response to Message 104725.  

They exist, but all WCG GPU tasks are rare. Some versions of the iGPU are problematic under Windows.
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Message 104765 - Posted: 10 Jul 2021, 18:03:47 UTC
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I'm running Linux though, I just hope they support the beignet drivers.
So far, nothing yet, it seems, though 1 of the towers is consuming slightly more power than the other (which could indicate some
Is there another way (without manually having to check each unit) to see if WCG has processed a GPU WU?

Edit:
I did some digging around, and the only IGP WUs supported by WCG, are for the OpenPandemics - COVID19. This requires OpenCL 1.2, which the beignet drivers support, and the IGP does as well.

At least I can see in WCG, I have no erroneous, aborted, timed out, or invalid uploads for this project.

There is an option in WCG to enable 'beta testing'.
I'd rather not do it, as I don't want my units to stall, but not sure if this is required to enable IGP WUs?
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Message 104766 - Posted: 10 Jul 2021, 19:46:52 UTC - in response to Message 104765.  

I'm running Linux though, I just hope they support the beignet drivers.
So far, nothing yet, it seems, though 1 of the towers is consuming slightly more power than the other (which could indicate some
Is there another way (without manually having to check each unit) to see if WCG has processed a GPU WU?

Edit:
I did some digging around, and the only IGP WUs supported by WCG, are for the OpenPandemics - COVID19. This requires OpenCL 1.2, which the beignet drivers support, and the IGP does as well.

At least I can see in WCG, I have no erroneous, aborted, timed out, or invalid uploads for this project.

There is an option in WCG to enable 'beta testing'.
I'd rather not do it, as I don't want my units to stall, but not sure if this is required to enable IGP WUs?


Quickest way I can see is from the WCG website, My Contribution > Result Status, set the filter to open pandemic and page through the results looking out for OPNG as opposed to OPN1.

No need for flagging beta, OPNG is now mainstream.
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