How to force upload?

faeshn
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Since I have been out with friends and I never trust a computer running windows in internet, I'd like to know, wether there is a possibiliy to force upload and getting new material? e.g.
Einstein@Home - 2005-02-27 02:08:45 - Backing off 1 hours, 48 minutes, and 15 seconds on transfer of file H1_1088.4__1088.7_0.1_T04_Test02_2_0
Now I'm back and want to upload and start computer for next session. Have I missed something reading?

Merci, faeshn

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How to force upload?

> Since I have been out with friends and I never trust a computer running
> windows in internet, I'd like to know, wether there is a possibiliy to force
> upload and getting new material? e.g.
> Einstein@Home - 2005-02-27 02:08:45 - Backing off 1 hours, 48 minutes, and 15
> seconds on transfer of file H1_1088.4__1088.7_0.1_T04_Test02_2_0
> Now I'm back and want to upload and start computer for next session. Have I
> missed something reading?
>
> Merci, faeshn
>
It depends upon whether you are running the GUI or not. If you are running the GUI, you right click on the project in the projects tab and select update to update a project.

To force the file transfer to retry, you right click on the file transfer in question and select Retry Now.

The CLI has a different set of instructions that I don't know. You might want to try looking in Paul D. Buck's BOINC documentation. http://www.boinc-doc.com/

faeshn
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> It depends upon whether you

Message 5726 in response to message 5725

> It depends upon whether you are running the GUI or not. If you are running
> the GUI, you right click on the project in the projects tab and select update
> to update a project.
>
> To force the file transfer to retry, you right click on the file transfer in
> question and select Retry Now.
>
Thank you, works fine.
> The CLI has a different set of instructions that I don't know. You might want
> to try looking in Paul D. Buck's BOINC documentation.
> http://www.boinc-doc.com/
>
Arrgh, RTFM. Sorry, I've got read read enough for work.

Thx faeshn

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