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There isn't a "Use CPU box like others have. I changed usage to 25% since it's using 6 processors out of 24 for the GPU's.

My bad.... tongue.gif

You have to un-select the NON-GPU projects....

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My bad.... tongue.gif

You have to un-select the NON-GPU projects....

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@tictoc showed me how to disable CPU tasks.

On another note, I'm running three camb_boinc2 tasks using six CPU's each. Right in line with my Einstein settings. And the 7990 has suddenly flat-lined to a straight 96% usage (3 cons tasks ea) and temps have dropped.thumb.gif

Dang! These tasks run in just over 6 minutes! It'll take a bunch of these to be able to bunker.

It has shown itself apparent that I can't run Einstein with Cosmology. All Einstein tasks have comutational errors. I shut it down. Cosmology has dropped to one task at over 5 days est. completion, still showing 6 CPU's but 24 CPU jobs are in the cue. Hopefully this 5 day runtime is way off!
Edited by 4thKor - 5/2/17 at 3:13pm
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Originally Posted by tictoc View Post

For WCG you can just shut down network activity with BOINC Manager once you have enough work. If you are going to use the schedule I would suggest setting it to 0800 UTC on May 5th. Last year there was an issue on one of the projects, and the baseline stats did not get pulled at 23:59, so a bunch of work got turned in right at the start and didn't get counted for the event.
got it (I think redface.gif). thanks. Saturday the 6th or 0800 Friday the 5th.
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I can't seem to be able to get VirtualBox to run correctly. I first downloaded the newest version and extensions, fired it up, and all was well for two units running six of 24 cores. It then started 24 core tasks and wouldn't go past 0.100 completion for upwards of half an hour. Then the tasks would fail. I noticed a warning box stating I was running more CPU's than were available, so I re-booted and turned off hyper-threading, Same thing (didn't realize at this point I needed to uninstall and reinstall VB). I then did uninstall VB and loaded 5.1 with extensions. CPU count is now at 12, warning is gone, thought it was re-loading the Cosmology kernel, but the task failed at 30 minutes. Figured it was a bad task due to all my messing around, so I let it start a second task. Same thing.
I've searched evrything I know to search and am coming up empty handed. Running dual X5675's with 24gb RAM.

Any help would be appreciated.
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I think it is time to PM some of the BOINC'ers of old to see if we can get them on board.

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ok, I throttled upload to 0.01kb/s and set it to store 10 days. So, I think bunkering for machine 1 (C@H) is set.

Another dumb question - and think you guys for your patience - CPID implies "cross-project", but C@H and WG have different numbers. Did I miss a step in linking these things together?

Just want to be sure all the points end up in the right place. The team setting shows up correctly (overclock.net).
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ok, I throttled upload to 0.01kb/s and set it to store 10 days. So, I think bunkering for machine 1 (C@H) is set.

Another dumb question - and think you guys for your patience - CPID implies "cross-project", but C@H and WG have different numbers. Did I miss a step in linking these things together?

Just want to be sure all the points end up in the right place. The team setting shows up correctly (overclock.net).

CPID is based upon the e-mail address, same e-mail, same boinc CPID.

Use the exact same e-mail on any project in your boinc client and the CPID should eventually sync....
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CPID is based upon the e-mail address, same e-mail, same boinc CPID.

Use the exact same e-mail on any project in your boinc client and the CPID should eventually sync....
I've used the same email everywhere and the same as on OCN.

hmm...

boincstats has no trouble connecting up both...
post #239 of 1346
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I've used the same email everywhere and the same as on OCN.

hmm...

boincstats has no trouble connecting up both...

Your on three projects according to boincstats, Einstein, WCG and Cosmology

Two completely different pages, the search function also shows two different pages.

There could be other reasons for this I suppose, but the usual one is different e-mail addresses.

Maybe someone else will have a better idea/more knowledge.
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Your on three projects according to boincstats, Einstein, WCG and Cosmology

Two completely different pages, the search function also shows two different pages.

There could be other reasons for this I suppose, but the usual one is different e-mail addresses.

Maybe someone else will have a better idea/more knowledge.
Same email used for all.

So I checked again and now einstein and WCG have the same CPID, but C@H is different.

I re-confirmed, all have and were created with the same email and username.

edit: yes, I see the two search hits now. Those when I log in, I only see one...
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