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Doesn't client-type=advanced give you those larger WUs? That's what the Stanford thing says.

I've tried client-type=beta, advanced, and even no client-type parameter and I keep getting these garbage A3 WUs that take 12 hours to complete and give 13k points. I'm getting really fed up. Are there just no A4 WUs available?

I know I'd be near the top in my category if I could get some of those 2 hour, 2k point WUs.

Can someone help and not troll me?

 

'advanced' can give you larger WUs, or smaller ones, the smaller ones typically have the greater PPD numbers.  I'm on 'advanced' right now, and have an A3 6099 that will take forever, and give me ~15k.  I'm not sure which WUs are in 'beta' right now other than the 8075, which can give good PPD, or not so good. 

 

Sometimes changing your IP address can help you get on a different assignment server with better, or sometimes worse WUs.  I just made that gamble this morning, changed my IP, and got off the string of terrible 764X WUs I was on, nearly anything is better than getting those back-to-back-to-back.

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Doesn't client-type=advanced give you those larger WUs? That's what the Stanford thing says.

I've tried client-type=beta, advanced, and even no client-type parameter and I keep getting these garbage A3 WUs that take 12 hours to complete and give 13k points. I'm getting really fed up. Are there just no A4 WUs available?

I know I'd be near the top in my category if I could get some of those 2 hour, 2k point WUs.

Can someone help and not troll me?

 

I wasn't trolling you. Some of the best units (p70xx and p100xx) are on advanced. Changing IPs definately helps. I wrote an article on it once but not many were interested in it :p

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I wasn't trolling you. Some of the best units (p70xx and p100xx) are on advanced. Changing IPs definately helps. I wrote an article on it once but not many were interested in it :p

 

Hey, I read your work, it was very well done.

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The bigger a4 units generally suck while the smaller ones are best. I switched to advanced last night and got a short 8028 for 35,500 ppd (90 minutes), then a short 7005 for 68k ppd (2 hours) , then got stuck on a 764x which is pretty much the largest a4 unit which takes just under 20 hours on my 3570k but is only good for 25k ppd
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Currently I have a 6099 WU that's gonna take 12 hours to complete.

From what I read on Stanford's page they made it sound like the advanced setting gives you the large WUs. They aren't very clear on these things. I'm not sure how you guys know so much about this stuff, in regards to which WUs are best, because I'm more or less clueless. I just know that since the beginning of the month I've gotten nothing but 12 hour WUs that are total garbage and it's pissing me off.

Thanks for the help. I'll set that flag again.

I'm not sure how I can change my IP. I'm obviously behind a home router, and I have Charter cable. They give me a static IP. If I go into my router's firmware and release/renew it I always get the same IP back. I think Charter assigns IPs every 6 months or so, because that's the only time it changes. I'm not sure if there's any wizardry I can do in my VM, or behind NAT to trick it into giving me better WUs. A link to that guide might help.
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The flag type has nothing to do with size.

Wu Progress:
Internal->Beta->Advanced->Public
Stability goes ^^ as >> as it's proven over a larger population or it's pulled back.

Quote from FF in the Beta forum
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3) Beta Projects and FahCores are LESS STABLE than Public (normal, advmethods/advanced, and bigadv) Projects and FahCores so you will face unexpected errors or lose WUs. As such, there is a high probability that your PPD will be LOWER when compared to running Public Projects and FahCores. There is no bonus for being a Beta Tester.
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Currently I have a 6099 WU that's gonna take 12 hours to complete.

From what I read on Stanford's page they made it sound like the advanced setting gives you the large WUs. They aren't very clear on these things. I'm not sure how you guys know so much about this stuff, in regards to which WUs are best, because I'm more or less clueless. I just know that since the beginning of the month I've gotten nothing but 12 hour WUs that are total garbage and it's pissing me off.

Thanks for the help. I'll set that flag again.

I'm not sure how I can change my IP. I'm obviously behind a home router, and I have Charter cable. They give me a static IP. If I go into my router's firmware and release/renew it I always get the same IP back. I think Charter assigns IPs every 6 months or so, because that's the only time it changes. I'm not sure if there's any wizardry I can do in my VM, or behind NAT to trick it into giving me better WUs. A link to that guide might help.

That's just the way the cookie crumbles man. Labnjab beasted me with his awesome WU pulling abilities, regardless of my 4.9 2500k or not (although his 3570k is at 4.9 now if I remember correctly...which would be why he still reigns superior).

Blade and Element could probably link you to all my whining comments about how I kept getting crappy WUs haha rolleyes.gif
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I'm not sure how I can change my IP. I'm obviously behind a home router, and I have Charter cable. They give me a static IP. If I go into my router's firmware and release/renew it I always get the same IP back. I think Charter assigns IPs every 6 months or so, because that's the only time it changes. I'm not sure if there's any wizardry I can do in my VM, or behind NAT to trick it into giving me better WUs. A link to that guide might help.

 

Depending on your router, you can typically spoof the MAC address on it.  Then you would have to reset your cable modem, and you should get a new IP.  I haven't had Charter for a few years, but that used to work.

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I'm pretty sure I can't do that with my router. It's an old d-link router that's latest firmware is from 2006.

Until recently I had an ASUS wl520gc flashed with recent DD-WRT that would have allowed that, but it died on us for no reason (at least, no real reason we could decipher, I'm not some networking guru). We tried various methods to resuscitate it, everything short of JTAG but had no success.

A new router that can use DD-WRT is on my list of things to get but will likely get put on the back burner because I want to sell my Sapphire 6870 and get an ASUS DirectCUII 7950. Also, I want a keyboard that glows red. Yeah. smile.gif
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Unplugging it for awhile may give you a new IP as well.
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