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Message 44383 - Posted: 2 Jun 2012, 10:15:09 UTC

I have a problem with boinc with Ubuntu 12.04 where Primegrid tasks give a code 1 error output and it happens to every single task so I have paused all remaining Primegrid tasks until a diagnosis can be formed.
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Message 44384 - Posted: 2 Jun 2012, 10:18:28 UTC - in response to Message 44383.  
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Sorry, wrong site ;-)
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Message 44386 - Posted: 2 Jun 2012, 10:22:47 UTC - in response to Message 44384.  
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It also happens to some Einstein tasks as well thats why. Also if you haven't noticed but this is the main BOINC website where we ca download the final/beta product of the client
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Message 44387 - Posted: 2 Jun 2012, 11:31:42 UTC - in response to Message 44383.  

where Primegrid tasks

Of all your tasks at Primegrid, there's only one result with exit code 1, and it shows at the end of its stderr.txt why that is: your GPU is out of memory.
http://www.primegrid.com/result.php?resultid=385334820:
Resuming from checkpoint p=3123225215497473 in cwpcheck3123225140e6.txt
Thread 0 starting
Detected GPU 0: GeForce 9300M GS
Detected compute capability: 1.1
Detected 1 multiprocessors.
Insufficient available memory on GPU 0.
Trying again...Insufficient available memory on GPU 0.
Trying again...Insufficient available memory on GPU 0.
Trying again...Insufficient available memory on GPU 0.
Trying again...Insufficient available memory on GPU 0.
Trying again...Insufficient available memory on GPU 0.
Trying again...Insufficient available memory on GPU 0.
Trying again...Insufficient available memory on GPU 0.
Trying again...Insufficient available memory on GPU 0.
Trying again...Insufficient available memory on GPU 0.
Trying again...Insufficient available memory on GPU 0.
Trying again...Insufficient available memory on GPU 0.
Trying again...Insufficient available memory on GPU 0.
Trying again...Cuda error: cudaMemcpy: out of memory


All other erroneous tasks at Primegrid were either abandoned or timed out, or run on 6.12.34 with a signal 11 error.

It also happens to some Einstein tasks

Nothing in your task list that shows any evidence of this. However, if it's just not reported yet and it happened on the "Binary Radio Pulsar Search (Arecibo) v1.24 (BRP4cuda32nv270)" task, then again, this is due to the fact that your GPU ran out of memory. Reboot the computer to fix any lack of memory related problems on a GPU, a reboot, or power-down, power-up, is the only way to flush any stuck remnants from (any) memory.

It may also be that your GPU just doesn't have enough memory to run the work. At Einstein, the minimum requirement is 390MB free on the GPU. I don't know at Primegrid, you'd have to ask them. E.g. If your card only has 512MB of memory and you're running all kinds of frivolous 3D modules to nicen up your desktop, the 512MB can be reduced to very much less already.
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