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|04-05-2017 09:18 PM|
|WhiteWulfe||Hrmmm, no idea then. Sadly I have no actual experience with the PC's... They are on my list of things to try out, but I keep hearing the swooning howling at the full moon werewolf call of the ODroid C2's...|
|04-05-2017 12:23 PM|
I have been running three tasks. Guess I need to check memory and swap space when I get home.
|04-05-2017 11:28 AM|
|mmonnin||My Pi2 runs them ok. No invalids running 4 tasks. They take nearly a day for a whopping 62.5 points. Universe doesn't work for me, they all abort.|
|04-05-2017 11:04 AM|
It's caused either by memory, or lack of a swap file. Does it happen with four tasks running? If so, try three, some have reported success that way on the forums if I remember correctly.
Either that or it's bitrot on the SD card - Einstein is apparently harsh on SD cards, and picky about which ones you're running.
|04-05-2017 10:34 AM|
Einstein and my Raspberry Pi do not seem to like each other. I get a large percentage of failed work units or my RPi3b locks up. Seti, Enigma, Universe, WUProp and GoofyxGrid are all fine. Anyone else have a problem or a solution with Einstein?
|01-29-2017 05:11 PM|
|WhiteWulfe||I've heard that it's possible to also run [email protected], [email protected], and yoyo on them but I've never tested such myself due to not having one. I suspect the biggest reason though is that I keep looking at higher end alternatives (ODroid C2, the new Asus Tinker Board)|
|01-29-2017 04:41 PM|
|mmonnin||I've done a bit of [email protected] as well on my Pi 2.|
|01-29-2017 02:51 PM|
I have been able to run three *real* projects now on my RPi 3B, Seti, [email protected] and Enigma. It also runs WUProp and GoofyxGrid. Running 3 tasks at a time keeps things relatively cool, and piles up WUProp points. Anything else has not worked for me so far. Just curious what all you are able to run on yours.
|11-15-2016 04:50 PM|
i found out that the RPi 3B's mounting holes are not compatible with my Rockminer R3's mounting points, they must be for an older version of RPi; so, I'll probably purchase one of the simple acrylic open cases and drill out the back side to mount the case to the Rockminer. A little annoying but not bank-breaking.
Edit: changed case info
|11-13-2016 09:11 AM|
I have my RPi 3B crunching a couple SETI tasks now, looks like they will take 24 hours. Running 2 tasks the CPU temp is at 66C. I have heat sinks on the CPU, GPU and memory chips, but no fans, only the CPU is warm to the touch.
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