Posts by droople

1) Message boards : Questions and problems : Safe CPU and GPU temp for long term running (Message 94117)
Posted 9 Dec 2019 by droople
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Sounds OK for both. Ideally achieve as low as possible without extraordinary measures. For every degree of temp reduced, the life expectancy increases exponentially for modern electronic circuits. Mechanical parts like fans will fail first.


thank you Keith.

It's a clevo laptop, if the fans fail first, I think I don't have to worry about the other parts.

I think the life span of the fans is less than five years if they're running 24/7.
2) Message boards : Questions and problems : Safe CPU and GPU temp for long term running (Message 94112)
Posted 9 Dec 2019 by droople
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Dear All,
I upgraded my PC to i7-9700k and rtx 2070.

I'm just wondering that what's the safe temperature for running boinc on a long term basis (5 years maybe, 10 years ideally). 7 days 24 hours

My current temperatures are 80c for CPU and 70c for GPU.

Cheers
3) Message boards : Questions and problems : Questions about BoincTasks columns meaning (Message 94089)
Posted 8 Dec 2019 by droople
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Dear All,

I'm using BoincTasks to control my remote computers.
Fred has some explanations on the webpage, but not for all columns.

I find that under projects tab, task column, Einstein shows 1/104, LHC shows 53/0, WUProp shows 0/0/1.

I'm just wondering that what does these mean.
Where can I found more explanations about these columns?

Cheers



those values are useful in the gadget when computers are selected, not too useful in tasks column
Einstein@Home	Gridcoin	545,767,226.8	340,509.08	44,941,130.8	66,055.55	100 (9.99%)	0 / 5	- / 04:10:24 (1)		movieserver	school	JStateson	

0/5 => no cpu tasks / 5 gpu tasks
-/04:10:24 => not applicable / 4 hours 10 minutes 24 secs estimated remaining time gpu
(1) => not sure about that guessing 1 einstein is executing or 1 gpu exists

send fred a donation and get your name in the about credits


Thank you so much, I did.
4) Message boards : Questions and problems : Questions about BoincTasks columns meaning (Message 94086)
Posted 8 Dec 2019 by droople
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Dear All,

I'm using BoincTasks to control my remote computers.
Fred has some explanations on the webpage, but not for all columns.

I find that under projects tab, task column, Einstein shows 1/104, LHC shows 53/0, WUProp shows 0/0/1.

I'm just wondering that what does these mean.
Where can I found more explanations about these columns?

Cheers
5) Message boards : Questions and problems : Do the projects communicate my info/config directly between each other? (Message 54187)
Posted 20 May 2014 by droople
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bump
6) Message boards : Android : app keep timing without really crunching (Message 54186)
Posted 20 May 2014 by droople
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Hi
I installed Boinc 7.3.12 on my mobile and crunching SETI@homte v7

At the beginning everything is fine, 0.1% around 3.5 mins, I left the phone with charger connected and 100% charged.

But when I returned I found the app only keep timing without really crunching, the percentage is low , but the time is 17 hours already.

I suspended the crunching, and resumed, the elapsed time going back to 3 hours, and the app continued to crunching. But a few hours later, the same issues happened again, and I have to suspend and resume again.

I'm not crunching other project, so I've no idea it's the app issue or SETI's issue.

Can anyone help?

Best regards

It's a Seti problem, but very device specific, some devices are fine, other devices either error their tasks or stall, reason is undetermined at the moment,
the way to check if the app has stalled is to either use CPU-Z to check for CPU load, or check Boinc's log, and check that the task has checkpointed recently,
ie within a minute, if it hasn't checkpointed within 5 minutes or so, then suspend Boinc, then resume, that'll get the app to exit memory, and resume.

What is the mobile?

Claggy


It's a Chinese mobile,Xiaomi 2S,
android_fc0c0873
Xiaomi MI 2C - SDK:16 ABI: armeabi-v7a,
ARM ARMv7 Processor rev 2 (v7l)(4 processors),
Android 3.4.0-g52db9c3-01078-g396e792

Cheers
7) Message boards : Android : app keep timing without really crunching (Message 54179)
Posted 19 May 2014 by droople
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Hi
I installed Boinc 7.3.12 on my mobile and crunching SETI@homte v7

At the beginning everything is fine, 0.1% around 3.5 mins, I left the phone with charger connected and 100% charged.

But when I returned I found the app only keep timing without really crunching, the percentage is low , but the time is 17 hours already.

I suspended the crunching, and resumed, the elapsed time going back to 3 hours, and the app continued to crunching. But a few hours later, the same issues happened again, and I have to suspend and resume again.

I'm not crunching other project, so I've no idea it's the app issue or SETI's issue.

Can anyone help?

Best regards
8) Message boards : Questions and problems : Do the projects communicate my info/config directly between each other? (Message 54176)
Posted 19 May 2014 by droople
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Hi Everyone

I have a question about whether the projects communicate my info/config directly between each other.

Say I use Computer A crunching SETI@Home, and use Computer B crunching Rosetta@Home.

Will the information like "Computers on this account" be sync between projects?

How about the Computing preferences?

Do I have to crunch all the projects on all the computers to make the info/config synced?

Cheers
9) Message boards : Questions and problems : Boinc on Ubuntu (Message 36367)
Posted 8 Jan 2011 by droople
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Hi

I just installed Boinc on Ubuntu 10.10.

I found that the Boinc Manager missing all the menu items which can be found on Boinc Manager Windows edition.

Currently I can't change any settings from Boinc Manager.

Is this the feature of Boinc Manager Linux or just my own problem?

Cheers
10) Message boards : Questions and problems : The BOINC service terminated unexpectedly. (Message 20509)
Posted 26 Sep 2008 by droople
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Event Type: Error
Event Source: Service Control Manager
Event Category: None
Event ID: 7034
Date: 26/09/2008
Time: 6:37:52 PM
User: N/A
Computer: UNI-3A11753EFB6
Description:
The BOINC service terminated unexpectedly. It has done this 2 time(s).

You also get this error when you kill the service by killing boinc.exe in Task Manager. Are you sure that didn't happen?

You can go to the services applet (start->run->services.msc->OK), find BOINC, right click it, properties, Recovery. On first, second and following errors, set it to restart the service. OK out.

The other two messages are informational and benign.


No, I never kill boinc.exe in Task Manager, it terminiated itself.


11) Message boards : Questions and problems : The BOINC service terminated unexpectedly. (Message 20506)
Posted 26 Sep 2008 by droople
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Hi

I have BOINC 6.2.18 on my laptop (Win XP Pro SP3).

Last night and this afternoon, the service terminated unexpectedly, and I need to restart BOINC manager to restart the service.

Here is the error log

Event Type: Error
Event Source: Service Control Manager
Event Category: None
Event ID: 7034
Date: 26/09/2008
Time: 6:37:52 PM
User: N/A
Computer: UNI-3A11753EFB6
Description:
The BOINC service terminated unexpectedly. It has done this 2 time(s).

For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.


I also found that whenever BOINC service starts, there will be two log in system log.

First one:
Event Type: Information
Event Source: BOINC
Event Category: None
Event ID: 1
Date: 26/09/2008
Time: 6:38:23 PM
User: N/A
Computer: UNI-3A11753EFB6
Description:
The description for Event ID ( 1 ) in Source ( BOINC ) cannot be found. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. You may be able to use the /AUXSOURCE= flag to retrieve this description; see Help and Support for details. The following information is part of the event: BOINC service is initializing...
, .


After one second, second one
Event Type: Information
Event Source: BOINC
Event Category: None
Event ID: 1
Date: 26/09/2008
Time: 6:38:24 PM
User: N/A
Computer: UNI-3A11753EFB6
Description:
The description for Event ID ( 1 ) in Source ( BOINC ) cannot be found. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. You may be able to use the /AUXSOURCE= flag to retrieve this description; see Help and Support for details. The following information is part of the event: BOINC service is initialization completed, now begining process execution...
, .

Any idea?

Cheers



12) Message boards : Questions and problems : Ready to Report, when to report? (Message 20215)
Posted 13 Sep 2008 by droople
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I only run one task each project, why BOINC still need to wait?

You're not the only person on the project. You're not the only person using BOINC.
It's in the software for all to use, while people can still choke the database if everyone with only one task try to report that one task at the same time.

And what if because some reason, no Internet available after uploading result until deadline passed, no credit would be given?

Any task that is over the deadline will be sent out again to another computer.
If you manage to get your task reported before the new computer crunches, uploads and reports it, you'll still get credit.


thanks a lot
13) Message boards : Questions and problems : Ready to Report, when to report? (Message 20204)
Posted 12 Sep 2008 by droople
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so when BOINC report the server the task was finished?

BOINC will report automatically in 24 hours, but if you can't wait that long, open BOINC Manager, Advanced view, Projects tab, select the project the task is from and press the Update button. That reports the tasks that are ready to report immediately.

For BOINC 5.8 and above: Completed work is reported at the first of:

1) 24 hours after completion (was Connect every X after completion).
2) 24 hours before report is due.
3) Connect every X before report is due.
4) On a trickle up message (CPDN only so far).
5) On a request for more work.
6) On a manual update.

And why BOINC separate this two steps, not report complete when upload result?

Uploading is just that, BOINC uploads the result file to a disk on the server.
Reporting uses the database. Reporting multiple tasks at once takes the same amount of overhead as reporting a single task does, so it's preferred to report as many tasks at the same time as possible, to minimize the impact on the database.


Hi Ageless
Thank you for your answer.

I only run one task each project, why BOINC still need to wait?
And what if because some reason, no Internet available after uploading result until deadline passed, no credit would be given?

Cheers
14) Message boards : Questions and problems : Ready to Report, when to report? (Message 20178)
Posted 12 Sep 2008 by droople
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Hi

I finished one task and the result was uploaded.

12/09/2008 12:29:35 PM|Spinhenge@home|Started upload of 7_Fe30_map_962_655_0_0
12/09/2008 12:29:46 PM|Spinhenge@home|Finished upload of 7_Fe30_map_962_655_0_0

And the status of the task shows "Ready to report", so when BOINC report the server the task was finished?

And why BOINC separate this two steps, not report complete when upload result?

Cheers
15) Message boards : Questions and problems : BOINC service suddenly failed to start automatically and manually (Message 19750)
Posted 25 Aug 2008 by droople
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What's the password on the BOINC service? Can I change by myself?

From the FAQ:

Passwords
Q. Can I change the password on the boinc_master and boinc_project accounts?
A. Yes you can.
You will need to need to go to the service control manager and update the password to start the service (boinc_master). (BOINC->Properties->Logon)
Next you need to use a base64 encoder to rehash the password (*) and fill this in in the client_auth.xml file in your BOINC data directory. You can use a base64 encoder online, such as this one.

Do know that the passwords on the accounts are set to never expire.


(*) I did find elsewhere that it's a rehash of the password and username, but I will have to ask about that. The above I got directly from the developer.



Thanks a lot.

Another interesting finding.

When I uninstalled BOINC, it didn't delete boinc_master folder under C:\Documents and Settings, after reinstalled it, it built a new folder called
boinc_master.[my computer name]
16) Message boards : Questions and problems : BOINC service suddenly failed to start automatically and manually (Message 19749)
Posted 25 Aug 2008 by droople
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I don't (know) what happened when it did disk check, I didn't watch it.
...

That's what Ageless meant for you to look up ;-)

That depends. Did it fix anything that you know of?
What does it say in Event Viewer (Start->Control Panel->Administrative Tools->Event Viewer)?

There's the output of chkdsk too!

Gruß,
Gundolf


I found something.

Event Type: Information
Event Source: Winlogon
Event Category: None
Event ID: 1001
Date: 25/08/2008
Time: 9:38:49 AM
User: N/A
Computer: UNI-3A11753EFB6
Description:
Checking file system on C:
The type of the file system is NTFS.


One of your disks needs to be checked for consistency. You
may cancel the disk check, but it is strongly recommended
that you continue.
Windows will now check the disk.
Cleaning up minor inconsistencies on the drive.
The security Id 0x1865 of security descriptor entry at offset 0x95a5c00
is a duplicate.
The length, 0x0, of the security data stream entry at offset
0x95a5c80 is too small. The minimum value is 0x28.
Repairing the security file record segment.
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17) Message boards : Questions and problems : BOINC service suddenly failed to start automatically and manually (Message 19743)
Posted 25 Aug 2008 by droople
Post:
Sounds like you or something else changed the password on the BOINC service. Did you try to change the password on the BOINC service?

I think your best bet is to uninstall BOINC and reinstall it. That should fix the password problem and allow the service to start again at logon.


I didn't touch the password.

I reinstalled it, and now it works fine.

What's the password on the BOINC service? Can I change by myself?
18) Message boards : Questions and problems : BOINC service suddenly failed to start automatically and manually (Message 19739)
Posted 25 Aug 2008 by droople
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I'm run XP Pro, I did a disk check before the booting today, does this matter?

That depends. Did it fix anything that you know of?
What does it say in Event Viewer (Start->Control Panel->Administrative Tools->Event Viewer)?

Usually you get an Error 5: Access is Denied when you're trying to connect to a remote computer without a password or you do not have permission to log on to a remote computer. Is this BOINC on the local computer or a remote computer?


I don't what happened when it did disk check, I didn't watch it.

It's a local computer and I'm using adminstration account,
Here is the error message from event log
Event Type: Error
Event Source: Service Control Manager
Event Category: None
Event ID: 7000
Date: 25/08/2008
Time: 9:39:42 AM
User: N/A
Computer: UNI-3A11753EFB6
Description:
The BOINC service failed to start due to the following error:
Access is denied.

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19) Message boards : Questions and problems : BOINC service suddenly failed to start automatically and manually (Message 19737)
Posted 25 Aug 2008 by droople
Post:
Hi

I installed BOINC 6.2.18 two days ago. It worked fine in the first 2 days.

But today after I boot the computer, I found that the BOINC service failed to start automatically, I tried to start it manually, but got error message as follows:

could not start the BOINC service on local computer Error 5: Access is denied

I tried several times and got the same error messages.

I'm run XP Pro, I did a disk check before the booting today, does this matter?

Cheers
20) Message boards : Questions and problems : Question about CPU Usage percentage (Message 19701)
Posted 23 Aug 2008 by droople
Post:
Milkyway, Malaria, some of the really short ones at Seti run for a couple of hours on a 7 day deadline.


uhh, sounds interesting.


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