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Message 54937 - Posted: 16 Oct 2016, 8:21:46 UTC
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I needed to run a job on my machine, and needed to suspend all BOINC jobs. No problem really, easy enough to do. Today, the job was finished so I released all the suspended jobs. Upon doing so, one of the cpdn jobs errored out. I looked here to see what was wrong with it and found that I had a number of earlier wu's also in the error state, some quickly, others after quite a long time. Is there something a bit flaky with the app?
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Message 54938 - Posted: 16 Oct 2016, 14:59:14 UTC

I have certainly had problems on restarting a group of WAH2 models at the same time. So my procedure is to suspend the models rather than suspend the project. On restarting, I then resume each model, count to ten, then resume the next one. Of course, it shouldn't be necessary to do any of this black magic - but it works for me.

If it's a particularly interesting model I count to twenty.
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Message 54939 - Posted: 16 Oct 2016, 16:24:00 UTC

I suspend each task, I didn't know you could do the other, useful to know. If you are seeing the problem as well it does tend to infer a weakness somewhere in the app.
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