1) Message boards : Sixtrack Application : 260.000 WUs to send, but no handed out (Message 28593)
Posted 21 Jan 2017 by Profile scole of TSBT
Post:
ditto. not enough time left to complete the vbox wus before the end of the challenge
2) Message boards : Number crunching : Available work? (Message 27205)
Posted 6 Mar 2015 by Profile scole of TSBT
Post:
Dunno. Never seen it happen before. Maybe the value got corrupted in one of the projects database which you crunch. Maybe try re-entering a valid Resource Share value in the preferences for all the projects, then update each of those projects in BOINC Manager and see if it clears up.
3) Message boards : Number crunching : Available work? (Message 27196)
Posted 6 Mar 2015 by Profile scole of TSBT
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How do I change the priority of the project?

Go to your LHC@Home project account page, click the SIXTRACK preferences link, add/edit the preferences settings assigned to your computer (probably default), change the Resource Share value to a value higher than the other projects you crunch and update the preferences. If there's no work for the project, you still won't get work, but once work is available and it downloads, your computer will crunch LHC WUs over other projects.
4) Message boards : Number crunching : Hurrah for Prof Peter Higgs! LHC Classic Challenge (Message 27192)
Posted 2 Mar 2015 by Profile scole of TSBT
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I was looking at who was crunching the most during this challenge and realized the top LHC cruncher wasn't even part of the challenge, or a team. So who is/are the Agile Boincers? Is that the Worldwide LHC Computing Grid?
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Hurrah for Prof Peter Higgs! LHC Classic Challenge (Message 27181)
Posted 25 Feb 2015 by Profile scole of TSBT
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We appreciate your help Eric. Stop by TSBT forum sometime http://www.thescottishboincteam.co.uk

TSBT forum is open to everyone :)
6) Message boards : Number crunching : Available work? (Message 27172)
Posted 19 Feb 2015 by Profile scole of TSBT
Post:
Is the available work usually this low or is this unusual or have anything to do with the recent upgrade?

Thanks,

Steve



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