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TPU's WCG/BOINC Team

Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by Chicken Patty, Feb 20, 2009.

  1. trt740

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    it appears two crunching icons are open is that how it should be? one crunching cancer and one the flu
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    I only have two projects running at once. I don't know if you can add more, but my P4 and laptops can't take anything else. They are already maxed. Somebody with more experience should chime in. :D
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    Welcome Tom. :D

    With an i7 with hyperthreading on, you should get 8 WU at a time...I think, unless you selected fewer projects. Keep an eye on temps. WCG gets these chips hot!
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    anything to help Paulie boy. :D
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    well I was wrong it appears 8 applications are open on two different launches of bonic =16 projects at once wow!!!
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    Yup, as I revised above.
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    mines not breaking 68c on any cores and I upped my voltage a bit to make sure I'm stable for 24/7 use and should two icons with 8 application each be open
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    Is it possibly for me to run more than 2 projects at once? on a P4... How would I go about do it.
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    just click the program twice or so it appears.
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    WCG BOINC assigns one project to a core. I don't know of a way to run more than one per core.
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    finally my daily #'s are increasing. single i7 here

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    Some of my machines have been down over the last couple of days, it should all be in working order in the next couple of days.
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    yeah man, saw you dropped a spot or two. my results are kicking ass now that everything is stabilizing. Had my rig on and off a few days ago.
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    Wow, recruiting is going great! So many new members. We will break into the top 100 in no time. Just another reason why TPU is the best forum on the planet.
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    i'm amazed with the amount of new members we've had yesterday and today :toast:
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    Our family is growing!! :rockout:
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    You have your own family!
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    That only means that you have two control panels open...not 16 cores of work.
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    :p I do have a small village...lol :toast: ... but that mean RAMMIE, and skinnie each have a State! :eek: :respect:
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    I did have a Baronette for a while :D At one point I had about 127 Ghz of Crunching Power. But things change. I'm happy to turn over about twenty projects every 4 hours...I can sustain this for the forseeable future. Occasionally I can add 4-8 more trained rats to the wheel...but inevitably these guys get put back in their boxes...they are pampered pet rats...not drugged up lab rats like I keep out in the shop :D
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    Why does WCG-BOINC Manager say that no work available to process???
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    Cancer has been cured! No more work!:roll:
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    LOL. I had the exact same issue for a couple of days, after I had to clear cmos. As A novice said, you have to set the date/time correct, and you may also have to reset/update projects in Boinc manager.
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    Hey Guys... It's been a long day... lol but during that time, I found time to add another cruncher! :toast: :rockout:

    Crunchers (New machine is in bold text)

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