What's the Hurry

Jim Baize
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Actually, no I didn't check

Message 14833 in response to message 14828

Actually, no I didn't check that file. If anyone is interested in knowing when that LHC WU was reported I'll gladly go back and look.

Thank you for the info.

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Did you check the log file? See if the message is in stdoutdae.txt. That file is appended to, so old messages aren't lost each time BOINC starts.

Walt


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John McLeod VII
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RE: RE: RE: What is the

Message 14834 in response to message 14832

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What is the "usual" (no manual intervention) time lapse between the completed WU being initially submitted and the time it is "reported"?

It depends. It will be reported on the next contact to get work, when the time is later than 24 hours before the due date, when the user hits update, or if the version is recent enough (I am not certain this is in 4.45) when queue length of time has passed since the WU is completed.

4.72

Predictor

Connect 1.5

I want the "report" to go soonest, but want to know how long it will be if I do not "update".

Thanks.


Set your connect to projects every X to be short. Then this will control the lag.

j2satx
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That answered it for

That answered it for me......thank you.

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