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Profile Stephen Uitti
   
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Message 5529 - Posted: 15 Aug 2017, 16:45:12 UTC

There's a link just above the table for your apps stats. "View last 24hours activity hosts". I just noticed it. It looks like a handy summary. I have 5 hosts. Left to right: android_6d72742e - A 4 core droid tablet. berfon: a 2 core x86 laptop with GPU, n667745 - a 2 core x86 laptop, pensar - a 4 core x86 desktop with GPU, and pi - a 4 core raspberry pi 2b.

The pi has been running Asteroids@home of late. It's the only machine of the 5 that is running it. However, the page shows that pensar is running Asteroids. And yet, the total hours for the pi (and pensar) are correct. I see it as a cosmetic bug. But who knows, maybe someone else might be confused by their particular setup.

If a fix is going in, it might (or might not) be easy to change the link - "View last 24hours activity hosts" - to "View last 24 hours activity hosts" (note: space between 24 and hours), and even more minor cosmetic issue.

I didn't understand WUProp at all when it came out. Some years later, i signed up, and still didn't understand it. It felt like i was spying on myself or something. Now it's the coolest thing in distributed computing since SETI@Home, in 1999. When i branched out into crunching a bunch of projects under BOINC, i tried to make sure that all projects reached some minimum credit goal. As time went on, this credit goal climbed. Now this same sort of thing can be done with hours.

Stephen.

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Message 5531 - Posted: 15 Aug 2017, 22:22:19 UTC - in response to Message 5529.

Hmm I am also running Asteroids on my RPi2. The hours show up correctly for me though. I haven't found anything missing from that page.

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Message 5533 - Posted: 16 Aug 2017, 6:17:09 UTC

I think theres a bug. Under the link several PC's are shown:
Lambert-PC
M2403193
Michael-PC
michael-VirtualBox

Hours for michael-virtualBox (yoyo@home
Nontrivial Collatz Cycle) are shown under Michal-PC
All other hours are ok

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Message 5534 - Posted: 16 Aug 2017, 10:04:12 UTC

I have an Intel i5 4 core computer running SETI, POGS and Rosetta.

No SETI hours are being shown for this computer.

I have an AMD single core (1 core) that has never run SETI but it is showing SETI hours.

Plus the total hours for these computers does not add up.

The others appear to be OK.

Conan
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Message 5535 - Posted: 16 Aug 2017, 16:19:45 UTC

I fixed the problem.
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Message 5536 - Posted: 16 Aug 2017, 21:22:57 UTC - in response to Message 5535.

I fixed the problem.


Thanks Sebastien
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