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Message 17759 - Posted: 5 Dec 2005, 18:38:03 UTC

We\'ve released a new version of the sulphur cycle application
for the mac - version 4.22.
This version resolves the crash bug reported in earlier versions.
Apologies for the delayed release.
If you\'ve had problems prior to this, PLEASE reset the project and
download the latest version.
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Message 17769 - Posted: 5 Dec 2005, 22:21:50 UTC

Do we need to upgrade the core client as well?

4.22 still crashes with the same error using BOINC client 5.2.8 :-(
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Message 17790 - Posted: 6 Dec 2005, 11:08:17 UTC

Can you please confirm which error you got.
upgrading to 4.22 isn\'t strictly necessary.
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Message 17799 - Posted: 6 Dec 2005, 13:19:34 UTC
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ID of the failed results: 1348318, it has same error in MacLib.c as 4.21.
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Message 17802 - Posted: 6 Dec 2005, 15:24:46 UTC - in response to Message 17799.  

ID of the failed results: 1348318, it has same error in MacLib.c as 4.21.

This is an error from the boinc cleint itself. Yes try upgrading to
the latest version 5.2.13.

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Message 17817 - Posted: 6 Dec 2005, 18:20:27 UTC

Should presently running models ver. 4.21 under BOINC 5.2.13 be continued? Or is it better to abort? Here it seems so far like any quitting of the BOINC client leads to a program crash. I am not sure if I am able to let this machine and the program run for the coming months without at least sometimes stopping BOINC or even the machine, e.g. due to hardware modification.
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Message 17821 - Posted: 6 Dec 2005, 19:12:34 UTC - in response to Message 17817.  

I am not sure if I am able to let this machine and the program run for the coming months without at least sometimes stopping BOINC or even the machine, e.g. due to hardware modification.


Hi,
I would think that this depends on how far along you are in the cycle. If you have just started (and therefore have the new version 4.22) or have a few days work only, then I suggest that you exit BOINC and restart your machine then restart BOINC under CPDN and see what happens. Tolu is saying that the crash bug is fixed. If BOINC crashes, and you do not have the latest version of BOINC and sulphur cycle, then its an opertunity to update! No doubt any work units you loose will be recycled eventualy.

Now that CPDN has a Dual G5 we can hope to see some improvements to the Mac versions of CPDN.

K.


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Message 17824 - Posted: 6 Dec 2005, 21:24:11 UTC

Hi,

I have two ver. 4.21 models running on a Dual 1,25 G4 Mac since 29 hours, one of them just passed the first trickle at TS 10802, while for the second the answer was \"Project is down\" and \"No scheduler responded\".

As I started just last Friday, I expect from my first experiences that the presently running models will crash when I try to stop.

I still have a complete OS X crash report from the last try to quit BOINC, is there an interest to have this?

I will try to stop BOINC and report here afterwards.
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Message 17826 - Posted: 6 Dec 2005, 21:38:12 UTC

Hi,

I just stopped and restarted BOINC, now I have two crash reports to send if someone wants them :-/ BOINC always quits with a crash on my machine, which does not seem to be related to CPDN, or is it?

Both of the 4.21 runs were restarted so far without problems at about the same point of time at which I stopped. So, I stopped the download of a new 4.22 model and guess it will be okay to let the two present ones (ver. 4.21) continue? Otherwise, let me know.

By the way, a bug still present is the one concerning the \"remaining time\" (I always have about 3,270 hours displayed as remaing time), which however I don\'t take for being too serious.
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