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Pop Horea-Vasile

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Message 42986 - Posted: 11 Mar 2012, 8:57:22 UTC

I'm running EDGeS and since 2 weeks ago it's on 0. I've reseted de project numerous times but with no effect. Same with Einstein on Charity Engine.

I'm really interested on buing electrical energy cheapear here in Europe, so EDGeS is very important.
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Profile Jord
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Message 42995 - Posted: 11 Mar 2012, 12:06:48 UTC - in response to Message 42986.  

As far as I understand, Charity Engine doesn't run other BOINC projects (yet).
As far as Edges goes, do they have work? Did you check their project for news, their forums? And are you sure it isn't just debt that your BOINC has towards these projects, that it is trying to pay back to any other projects you have added?

Remember, we can not see what you see, what projects you have added, you will have to tell us that, or post the BOINC start-up log's first 20-30 messages.
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Message 43008 - Posted: 13 Mar 2012, 1:07:20 UTC

Charity Engine defaults to crunching for existing BOINC projects when it has no paying work, but we select them.

So far, it's been Malaria, Einstein and Rosetta. They've had the entire CE grid up until a week ago and they've still got most of it.

We've only just brought the first user online and their app is very CPU-light. The majority of CE's crunching is still for the volunteer projects, and that proportion will never drop below 5%-10% even when it does have paying work.
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