Posts by vtarasov

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1) Questions and Answers : Android : Client doesn't get enough tasks (Message 6705)
Posted 11 Sep 2015 by vtarasov
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I found a workaround that kind of works for my particular scenario.
I'm running dnetc client directly on Nexus 7, without a wrapper. Typically that would be a problem, because the client itself doesn't know current battery temperature and state of charge, and on my non-rooted Nexus 7 it doesn't detect if it's running on battery or is plugged in.
The tablet is a bit overheated, but because it's always plugged in, overall it works much better for me than the moowrap: I'm in control of dnetc.ini file and I'm manually setting work fetch threshold.
2) Questions and Answers : Android : Client doesn't get enough tasks (Message 6698)
Posted 8 Sep 2015 by vtarasov
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I still have this problem: my Nexus 7 only downloads at most 11 tasks, and it's barely enough for 12 hours of work. After that, the table is idling, because it doesn't have a permanent internet connection to fetch more work.
3) Questions and Answers : Android : Client doesn't get enough tasks (Message 6589)
Posted 15 Jun 2015 by vtarasov
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I apologise for a convoluted explanation :-) I guess my question is, how do I increase job cache size, so that my Nexus 7 is not idling without work to do?
4) Questions and Answers : Android : Client doesn't get enough tasks (Message 6583)
Posted 13 Jun 2015 by vtarasov
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On my Nexus 4, job cache is around 24 tasks, but only 12 tasks on (more powerful) Nexus 7. The log says "Not requesting tasks: don't need (job cache is full)". Despite having "download work for 10 days" in project preferences, my Nexus 7 tablet has work for just one day (no internet connection - no work to do).
How do I fix that?

Also, I noticed that Nexus 7 has smaller Gflops rating (application details->average processing rate) compared to Nexus 4 computer, which is ridiculous, and maybe that is the reason behind job cache size difference. How do I update that number? There isn't even a button to remove/delete a computer from my account!





 
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