'simple' BOINC stats (SETI)

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Gordon Stewart

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Message 28309 - Posted: 25 Oct 2009, 4:14:41 UTC


I have logged on, & see the stats for my computers.

I've recently (yesterday) added my 2nd computer to BOINC - VERY fast...

anyway, it seems to complete 3 BOINC-SETI files every 2 hours..

I've been online & see the stats PER woirk unit & my total credits.

However, I'm wondering - Is / are there any "simple" stats, EG :- you have done XX number of units today, XX number yesterday, XX number in last 7 days, month etc...

An easy reference so I can compare from 1 computer to the other,,

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Michael Noble

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Message 31405 - Posted: 8 Mar 2010, 1:53:11 UTC - in response to Message 28309.  

I've been looking for the same thing - It does not appear to exist (or I may have not found it yet).

Just to have this data available for comparison would be nice.
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Message 31413 - Posted: 8 Mar 2010, 12:06:36 UTC - in response to Message 28309.  

The only project I know keeping track of device level history, run time, results validated, points (7 x BOINC credit) is WorldCommunityGrid. I've always wondered that is not the case for all projects. Think to have seen 1 or 2 standard BOINC projects that have such a statistic, maybe at ABC or PrimeGrid, can't offhand remember exactly.

Mind you, the WCG tech reported some months ago they had 123 million live records on statistics from 5 years crunching, so it does put a load on the system when projects grow and keep running for years.

The local intermediate solution is running BOINCTasks that keeps completed work unit records up to 365 days at device level. Can see it develop to provide filters in the history view similar to the Tasks view to tell total time, results etc. I've dumped the file once to a spreadsheet and ran some stats on it. It's pretty neat also because it tracks both CPU and Elapsed time so you can find out overall longer range crunching efficiency and which devices loose time due rouge processes.
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