Posts by Ageless

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1) Questions and Answers : Android : Deadline Dooha (Message 6884)
Posted 11 Dec 2015 by Ageless
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Ah, and not 25 hours behind, of course, but just 23 hours behind. ;-)
2) Questions and Answers : Android : Deadline Dooha (Message 6882)
Posted 10 Dec 2015 by Ageless
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Yesterday in a bored mood I decided to add Moo wrapper to the BOINC running on my Android telephone. The BOINC there had been without a project for a long time, and so it was probably time to try a thing or two, so I'd be able to help others with that knowledge.

Today I stumbled across something though that I cannot for the life of me explain.

Here's the thing...
According to the tasks on my phone, the deadline they have is set for Wednesday 16 December 2015, 04:41:43PM (one) and 04:47:24PM (four). So far so good, although why it needs to do the PM thing instead of show 24 hour notation as my phone does and the event log does... but that's probably a BOINC thing.

No, my problem is when I look on the web site.
Here those same tasks show:
17 Dec 2015, 15:41:43 UTC (one) (or translated, Thursday 17 December 03:41:43PM) and
17 Dec 2015, 15:47:24 UTC (four) (or translated, Thursday 17 December 03:47:43PM).

Before you say, yes Jord, your device does local time and the server does UTC times, I know that. But I'm in The Netherlands, one hour ahead of UTC, not 25 hours behind. Does the Moo server have a special kind of UTC? ;-)

3) Questions and Answers : Windows : Cannot ignore 2nd ATI on Moo (Message 807)
Posted 16 Jul 2011 by Ageless
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Ah, OK, that explains that. Thanks.
But really, if other projects such as DNETC can use the distributed.net programs while honouring BOINC's preferences, why can't Moo! Wrapper do that?

Just here to learn, not to yell.
4) Questions and Answers : Windows : Cannot ignore 2nd ATI on Moo (Message 805)
Posted 16 Jul 2011 by Ageless
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I have been testing this and I cannot reproduce it. The <ignore_ati_dev>0</ignore_ati_dev> does ignore my only ATI GPU on this project. I only request and actually do get work for the CPU.

Perhaps it's your BOINC version that doesn't fully support this, you should try 6.12.33 to see if that one still does ignore your ignore preference. I'm not sure at what level 6.10 ignored the GPU, but 6.12 does it immediately at the detection level.

Like so:
16/07/2011 07:24:00 | | ATI GPU 0 (ignored by config): ATI Radeon HD 4700/4800 (RV740/RV770) (CAL version 1.4.1332, 1024MB, 1000 GFLOPS peak)





 
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