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1) Questions and Answers : Windows : Computer (Message 10863)
Posted 14 Mar 2005 by Pconfig
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Only when it hasn't produced credits
2) Questions and Answers : Windows : Can\'t open database (Message 10862)
Posted 14 Mar 2005 by Pconfig
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Upon attaching a new computer:

14-3-2005 16:44:52|http://climateprediction.net/|Sending request to scheduler: http://climateapps2.oucs.ox.ac.uk/cpdnboinc_cgi/cgi
14-3-2005 16:44:54|http://climateprediction.net/|Scheduler RPC to http://climateapps2.oucs.ox.ac.uk/cpdnboinc_cgi/cgi succeeded
14-3-2005 16:44:54|http://climateprediction.net/|Message from server: Server can't open database
3) Questions and Answers : Windows : What happens if Boinc wants to contact site but no internet connection is active (Message 7255)
Posted 11 Jan 2005 by Pconfig
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But it aint that bad if boinc tries to connect. The connection will just time out and boinc will retry in a few minutes at first and hours later

Oops, boinc sorted on most common question. Sorry for this post :D
4) Questions and Answers : Windows : Win98 & Win ME Support for CPDN/BOINC (Message 3357)
Posted 7 Sep 2004 by Pconfig
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And why do you give up support?

Does seti also crash under win98 or is it just cpdn?

Greetz
Pconfig
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Can\'t get enough WU for dual HT Box (Message 2753)
Posted 2 Sep 2004 by Pconfig
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have you updated after you changed your preferences?
6) Questions and Answers : Windows : Visual Fortran run-time error (Message 2271)
Posted 31 Aug 2004 by Pconfig
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Windows 98?
7) Questions and Answers : Windows : Problems using visualisation ? (Message 2186)
Posted 30 Aug 2004 by Pconfig
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First thing is impossible as is gives the same globe for pressure and precipation. The second could be right. Try that
8) Message boards : Number crunching : equivalency not correct (Message 2183)
Posted 30 Aug 2004 by Pconfig
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OK, thanks for this response. I'll see what effect it has!
9) Message boards : Number crunching : equivalency not correct (Message 2167)
Posted 30 Aug 2004 by Pconfig
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Hey,

on my profile the page says this for the modelyears i have completed:

CPDN classic credit equivalency 58072.53
equivalent HadSM3 Model-Years 480.10

but if i look on the old page it says 174.528
That\'s not even close!

Is the whole credit system based on this? Cause otherwise it\'s easy to obtain lots of credits in this project for less calculation work.

I once read you use 0.004 cr/timestep. It looks like it\'s not realy correct then.

Greetz
Pconfig
10) Message boards : Number crunching : model stops after hibernating (Message 2165)
Posted 30 Aug 2004 by Pconfig
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I use that option too but no problems over here!
11) Questions and Answers : Windows : Problems using visualisation ? (Message 2164)
Posted 30 Aug 2004 by Pconfig
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Well that's not normal. Can you give us any system specs and wich operating system you use?
12) Message boards : Number crunching : Graph of Total CPDN users and work units returned... (Message 2068)
Posted 29 Aug 2004 by Pconfig
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> that's cool, we haven't actually hit "launch stride" yet since I haven't seen
> anything in the media etc. I imagine we may get a little "spike" when SETI
> goes with BOINC 4.x (people trying us out), but hopefully we'll get some media
> attention. I sent a blurb to slashdot for their "Science" section but it was
> rejected --- in favor of a hamster-powered night-light! :-)
>
>
>

Maybe you can ask if CPDN can be put on this page:

http://boinc.berkeley.edu

In the status thing there is seti and predictor but no cpdn!
13) Questions and Answers : Windows : hadsm3 4.03 doesn't start computation of downloaded wu (Message 1733)
Posted 26 Aug 2004 by Pconfig
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Try clicking

File ==> Run always
14) Questions and Answers : Windows : cp and seti@home with the v4.02 boinc client? (Message 1732)
Posted 26 Aug 2004 by Pconfig
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>
> 2 versies draaien..
>
>
Gaat niet!
15) Questions and Answers : Windows : Cool new option? (Message 1241)
Posted 19 Aug 2004 by Pconfig
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in my case it is!
16) Message boards : Number crunching : Client performance (Message 1238)
Posted 19 Aug 2004 by Pconfig
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> As an example, my 3.2Ghz HT starts comsuming about 75 watts more power when
> the Boinc client kicks in from idle. That translates into alot of heat; a
> good cooling system and keeping it clean are essential. As noted before, heat
> slows the CPU down.
>


No true in AMD case!

17) Message boards : Number crunching : When Do Credits Occur? (Message 1225)
Posted 19 Aug 2004 by Pconfig
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i thougt every hour!
18) Questions and Answers : Windows : Cool new option? (Message 1213)
Posted 18 Aug 2004 by Pconfig
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> You're right Dan & this feature will be useful for users who run multiple
> projects. BOINC will be able to switch to another project (S@H or P@H at this
> time) after the completion of a trickle and return back to CPDN WU
> thereafter.
>
>
I think these times are shorter then a trickle!
19) Message boards : climateprediction.net Science : How many users/hosts can CPDN boinc handle when it goes live ? (Message 1207)
Posted 18 Aug 2004 by Pconfig
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The work unit splitters are the weaker parts but i think it'll be better in this project since it has laaaarrrrrgggg workunits

But if seti problems keep on coming the cpdn project will get lots of attention and may have some problems too!
20) Questions and Answers : Preferences : Slower processors? (Message 1181)
Posted 18 Aug 2004 by Pconfig
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You'll get less credit because you will slow down your processor. This means you will do less work / timeinterval. For each timestep you'll get about 0.004 credit but if you do less work you compute less timesteps so you get less credit.

(how many times did i use less? :D)

Greetz
PConfig


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