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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-23-2019, 07:26 AM - Thread Starter
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cross project id?

I saw that Amicable Numbers had a new project so I fired it up to get some hours. And I get this in the event log. Is there a difference between a computer CPID and a user CPID? I don't want a split ID and to get my stats messed up. The host has run Amicable Numbers before, but the CPU and GPU have been replaced since the last time.

10/23/2019 7:08:58 AM | Amicable Numbers | Can't find host record
10/23/2019 7:08:58 AM | Amicable Numbers | Generated new computer cross-project ID: 5ee16907b8fbee1133a62f68bf9da0de

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They are separate. That doesn't match your CPID that is used across projects

An example from Tex since I knew he shows computer Info:

His cross project ID shows his stats for all PCs on all projects.

One of his computer IDs running [email protected] shows its stats across multiple projects just for that PC.

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