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Message 1296 - Posted 18 Jan 2007 7:18:03 UTC

For this project we have a minimal quorum of 2, an initial replication of 2 and a maximum number of errors of 16.Result ID
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explain Server state
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explain Client state
explain CPU time (sec) claimed credit granted credit
4590405 11285 12 Jan 2007 7:57:42 UTC 12 Jan 2007 17:20:34 UTC Over Client error Done 11,837.11 93.27 ---
4590406 12792 12 Jan 2007 19:46:45 UTC 18 Jan 2007 6:17:29 UTC Over Validate error Done 59,637.44 --- ---
4590407 13567 12 Jan 2007 8:05:11 UTC 15 Jan 2007 6:31:31 UTC Over Success Done 16,276.39 21.62 0.00
4590408 13581 12 Jan 2007 11:28:04 UTC 13 Jan 2007 18:10:04 UTC Over Client error Computing 59,714.61 210.76 ---
4593241 10676 12 Jan 2007 17:23:57 UTC 13 Jan 2007 7:42:53 UTC Over Success Done 10,474.22 30.67 0.00

I dont understand, why granted credit = 0
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Message 1321 - Posted 22 Jan 2007 10:30:30 UTC

Short answer:

Your result was found to be invalid compared to the others.

Real explanation behind the why:

Please read http://boinc-wiki.ath.cx/index.php?title=Homogeneous_Redundancy.

We need this feature and we have extended upon it by increasing the number of classes of hardware. However, the algorith used is not 100% full-proof. We are trying hard to get there... This usually takes time ans only small steps can be taken... At the moment we differentiate between about 15 different CPU's, just to give you an idea...


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