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Questions / Re: Boinctasks stuck on "updating"
« Last post by hucker on Today at 08:30:51 pm »
It's one of my computers that's playing up and doesn't always respond.  But why does Boinctasks not continue to run and show the other three?  It seems odd that one connection halts the whole program.  Imagine if I had 50 computers....
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Questions / Re: Boinctasks stuck on "updating"
« Last post by fred on Today at 06:56:28 pm »
The computer Boinctasks is on is not overloaded.  Any idea why?  Boinctasks does have immense difficulty connecting to new computers or ones I've rebooted, it seems a rather flimsy communication system.
I would say it's have problems communicating with the computers.
Seems like the computers on the other side aren't responding to a request.
If it takes too long the thread that handles the computer will try to establish a new connection.

Firewall/virus scanner might be the cause, or the BOINC client refuses to connect.
Problems while rebooting might be because the IP address changed.

You can goto show->log and click on Debug setup and check Connecting. Also check Enable debug mode.
This might show what's going on.
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Questions / Boinctasks stuck on "updating"
« Last post by hucker on Today at 04:43:50 pm »
I often see Boinctasks not refreshing the screen.  Either it does it very several seconds (instead of the 1 I set it to), sometimes every 30 seconds, sometimes never again until restarting it.  The status bar at the bottom says "updating.....73" where 73 is counting the number of seconds since the last update.  It's monitoring itself and 3 other computers on a local network which has no other problems and is fast and not overloaded.  The computer Boinctasks is on is not overloaded.  Any idea why?  Boinctasks does have immense difficulty connecting to new computers or ones I've rebooted, it seems a rather flimsy communication system.
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Rules / Case Study Solution and Analysis
« Last post by RichardNIZ on February 15, 2020, 09:34:33 pm »
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Rules / Case Study Solution and Analysis
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Rules / Case Study Solution and Analysis
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Wish List / Add a GPU% column for Tasks View
« Last post by archeye on February 15, 2020, 04:40:04 pm »
We have a CPU% so can we please have a GPU%

Reason: when doing other activities like gaming then you know how much GPU resource is being used by a Boinc GPU task.

Thanks
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Questions / Re: TThrottle equivalency for MAC?
« Last post by ZC.Sulima on February 10, 2020, 11:35:45 pm »
I was afraid you would say something to this effect. It would be divine for all Mac BOINC users if TThrottle was ported to Mac OS.  As you know, I am sure, Macs have a rather lousy thermal performance.  I, for one, run BOINC on several of them, and the best I could do to avoid all fans running at 2,800 RPM+ and even worse, having them pulsate annoyingly, was to under-volt the CPUs.   In the end, I got a better performance over time, but with a certain lingering longing look on my face...:-)

BTW, I just discovered TThrottle, a very nice job, I must say!

-zc-
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Questions / Re: TThrottle equivalency for MAC?
« Last post by fred on February 10, 2020, 04:41:18 pm »
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Questions / Re: Need clarification on interface messages
« Last post by fred on February 10, 2020, 04:40:32 pm »
I don't have time to look into this for some time.
What I do know.. The BOINC Client has a list of GPU's it uses and the ID, that way you should be able to match the device number BoincTasks uses.
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