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sounds good to me biggrin.gif mite give it a go
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Took a bit to get working - I was getting the GetJobOutputDir error. After resolving that it has completed its first task:

Ran for 24 hrs (86,390.08 seconds)
Awarded 549.29 credits
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Took a bit to get working - I was getting the GetJobOutputDir error. After resolving that it has completed its first task:

Ran for 24 hrs (86,390.08 seconds)
Awarded 549.29 credits
That's a rather low credit output for 24 hours
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That's a rather low credit output for 24 hours
Yes it is. Something I noticed - the VM used one full thread BUT it appeared that I had very low CPU usage on the task running inside the VM ranging from 4% to 8% as reported in BoincTasts. 4929.76 CPU seconds reported (~82 minutes). Is it possible the credit is linked to that instead?
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can confirm that it's 24 or so hours and one thread but when I reboot the system it has trouble shutting down the VM so i mite move it to htpc cause it has no GPUs in it (still haven trouble with driver).
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OK I was way off earlier believing it was tied to the CPU time inside the VM. I do not usually run a lot of CPU tasks, however, I found some simple notes I made where I was getting ~900/day on single-threaded Astropulse 5.05 compared to 550 here...

Also, I was not around when the first task ended and the second task started. I would be interested in knowing what the upload / download sizes were for that. I was crossing my fingers the first large download was a data file and additional tasks would re-use that data and have small upload/downloads.
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i don't think the tasks are that big, cause i had a few fail in the start (my own fault) and they begin again all most straight away, from what it said in the messages it ran a few different models on the same task till they all failed then dumped the task for a new one? the big down-load is just the model it uses to run the task
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Also, I was not around when the first task ended and the second task started. I would be interested in knowing what the upload / download sizes were for that. I was crossing my fingers the first large download was a data file and additional tasks would re-use that data and have small upload/downloads.
I'm going to guess that the individual tasks are not very large, it's just the initial files (the Virtual Machine that is needed more than anything) that comes in that massive 225MB file
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I'm going to guess that the individual tasks are not very large, it's just the initial files (the Virtual Machine that is needed more than anything) that comes in that massive 225MB file
the Virtual Machine is a separate download to what it needs to run the task
upload was 22KBs and the download was even smaller again
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the Virtual Machine is a separate download to what it needs to run the task
upload was 22KBs and the download was even smaller again
TY that is what I was hoping for.
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