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Originally Posted by Ithanul View Post

Ah, thank you.

Hmmm, o well. I have my CPU warm up on some WCG units for a bit.

Yeah they got slammed when the pentathlon announcement propagated.....

Gonna take a bit of time to re-populate WU's given the larger user base.

Probably the reason they announced it early.

It will be the same on the other disciplines also.

I wonder if CSG knows they are the baseline project for the pentathlon?
Edited by Egilman - 5/31/16 at 5:54pm
post #212 of 1534
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What if I pull the GPU out of the i7 rig? That would be the simplist thing to do. Then it could just crunch away with no worries.


No need to remove the GPU just stop Collatz from getting new tasks, CSG won't use it.

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post #213 of 1534
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Second thought. I have eight rigs to configure and no idea how to even access and /or create a .xml file. If someone would be so kind as to PM me detailed instructions in it's simplist form (what to enter into Terminal from the beginning) I will configure all my rigs properly and that way I can contribute fully. I'm a Linux noob, but I know that six Pentiums and an i3 are 16 cores, and they're all at or over 3.2 ghz. Any and all help would be GREATLY appreciated!

An xml file is just a plain asci text file with the .xml extension.

We have notepad under windows which makes it easy, I'm sure you guys have something under linux to do the same thing. The key is pure asci text, NO FORMATTING with an xml extension.

I"m gonna bow out, I'm a windoze guy anyway, let the Linux guru's answer the Linux questions.
Besides I think we are getting cross communications. (too many trying to help too many, you know fingers in the pie so to speak)

GO TEAM! thumb.gif
Edited by Egilman - 5/31/16 at 5:52pm
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An xml file is just a plain asci text file with the .xml extension.

We have notepad under windows which makes it easy, I'm sure you guys have something under linux to do the same thing. The key is pure asci text, NO FORMATTING with an xml extension.

We have gedit on Ubuntu. If you open a ".xml" file, it'll actually highlight the syntax for you.
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An xml file is just a plain asci text file with the .xml extension.

We have notepad under windows which makes it easy, I'm sure you guys have something under linux to do the same thing. The key is pure asci text, NO FORMATTING with an xml extension.

But I don't know how to do it.

Anyway, pulled up CSG and there are apparently three different projects. Which one should I run?
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But I don't know how to do it.

Anyway, pulled up CSG and there are apparently three different projects. Which one should I run?


Pick them all, it was only giving me work for Subset Sum when it was giving me work.

 

Unless you plan to run multiple projects at the same time you don't need an app_config.xml file to split work between projects.  If you want to exclude one or more GPUs in a multi-GPU system that is easier done with cc_config.xml file.  What exactly are you trying to accomplish?

 

Details on configuring the BOINC client can be found here: http://boinc.berkeley.edu/wiki/Client_configuration

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My Task Scheduler says I don't need any projects from CSG. Collatz has taken over. How do I clear Collatz so I can get CSG projects? Abort them all?

I figured it out. But with no tasks available I might as well Collatz.
Edited by 4thKor - 5/31/16 at 6:07pm
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Thread Starter 

The City Run project has been announced.  :D 

 

The City Run project will be theSkyNet POGS, and it will run from June 6th 0:00 UTC - June 11th 0:00 UTC.  I am updating the links in the OP and City Run thread now. :thumb:

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Yeah they got slammed when the pentathlon announcement propagated.....

Gonna take a bit of time to re-populate WU's given the larger user base.

Probably the reason they announced it early.

It will be the same on the other disciplines also.

I wonder if CSG knows they are the baseline project for the pentathlon?

I think it was mentioned in another thread that Travis will have a bunch of work ready to go shortly, but I wonder if he suspects as to just how many people swarm in by the time it officially starts.

And SkynetPogs for City.... Interesting.

EDIT: Here's hoping I won't chew through the reasonable amount of work units I snagged for Pogs before they come up (or that I hopefully didn't grab too many).
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To limit collatz running on just my GPU this is the correct option?



I unchecked the option at the top and I received no more tasks.

"Use CPU
Enforced by version 6.10+"
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