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Hey guys...this was posted in the BOINC Notice, and I found the same message on the forums. It looks like we are supposed to be doing the Planck sub-project?

Its only for their paper. All points from Cosmology count towards the Pent.
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You scared me for a sec @spdaimon eek.gif
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pschoefer: it's perfectly fine to run camb_legacy if you can't or don't want to run vbox apps
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ok. Just wanted to make sure we didn't charge off in the wrong direction! tongue.gif
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It's actually a cool challenge cool.gif

I wish more project administrators would consider these types of rewards for their users.
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I've got 4 systems running Cosmology and I have blocked the IP in my host files so I am collecting completed work, those systems are all at max tasks.  I have all those systems set to receive ZIKA but not getting anything.  My 5820k has 300 ZIKA tasks, so its probably good for now.  Everything is crunching for now but from a strategy perspective its really hard to know if I should be doing anything different.  I guess once something runs out of work I will do something.  Really surprising that a WCG project would run out of work.

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I tried collecting some Zika earlier. No go.
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Ok, so step 1 is done... I assume there's nothing more to optimize for this "marathon" setup? (see image below). It's set to chew up 100% of resources for now - going to let that run for a bit and see if there is any cause for concern temp-wise (this is an OC'd 2696).

Given that I just plan to fire up this run for the duration of the challenge (i.e. turn it on 5/5, off on 5/19) and do other things on other machines, is there some reason to pre-queue work that I am missing?
Click for screenshot (Click to show)

EDIT: "Cross Project ID"? Not sure what to put there in the OP signup.
Edited by cekim - 4/30/17 at 5:50pm
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EDIT: "Cross Project ID"? Not sure what to put there in the OP signup.

BOINC Wiki:
Cross Project ID


That's the long explanation. The short one is it shows up in your profile of any of the BOINC project and statistics pages as a 17(?) digit/letter code derived from your account email. Along with your account and weak account keys.

Einstein@Home Account Info Example. Was the first one I had pulled up on my computer. Cosmology will have one as well.
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BOINC Wiki:
Cross Project ID


That's the long explanation. The short one is it shows up in your profile of any of the BOINC project and statistics pages as a 17(?) digit/letter code. Along with your account and weak account keys.

Einstein@Home Account Info Example. Was the first one I had pulled up on my computer. Cosmology will have on as well.
Yeah, thanks... I found it after posting on my Cosmology@Home account...

My "team" field is blank right now despite having joined:


It launched all those jobs right away in "simple view" once I selected it and "simple" is buggy on my system - only advanced seems to function - simple is just a blank box.

So, I am assuming future launches using the existing account (vs. creating a new one) will include the team?
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Ok, so step 1 is done... I assume there's nothing more to optimize for this "marathon" setup? (see image below). It's set to chew up 100% of resources for now - going to let that run for a bit and see if there is any cause for concern temp-wise (this is an OC'd 2696).

Given that I just plan to fire up this run for the duration of the challenge (i.e. turn it on 5/5, off on 5/19) and do other things on other machines, is there some reason to pre-queue work that I am missing? Click for screenshot (Click to show)

EDIT: "Cross Project ID"? Not sure what to put there in the OP signup.

 

Its important to use the same BOINC user ID, email, and to signup with overclock.net with every project. 

 

You can look up your CPID here https://boincstats.com/en I searched cekim and did not see anything close signed up with overclock.net.  Go to the project page and sign on with the team.

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