1) Forums : Technical Support : Insufficient memory (Message 12976)
Posted 15 May 2013 by ebahapo
Post:
If it is THIS COMPUTER I dont know how many work units you are running on it at the same time but it looks like it has only got 1GB of ram,

That's the one. What's disappointing is that the WU fails after hours running. Is it BOINC which is killing the WU or is it dying on its own?

TIA
2) Forums : Technical Support : Insufficient memory (Message 12971)
Posted 14 May 2013 by ebahapo
Post:
I got some WUs failing due to insufficient memory (e.g., this one). Is the project memory requirement correct? I'd think that if it were, such an error should not occur as this host would then not be sent a WU that required more memory than it has.

Please, advise.

TIA
3) Forums : General Topics : AMD64 (Message 4296)
Posted 17 Dec 2007 by ebahapo
Post:
Even though there\'s an official AMD64 client for Linux, it refers to too many dynamic libraries and requires a fairly recent Linux setup to run on.

So, one more time, I\'m making available the AMD64 Linux client here. It refers to a minimal set of standard dynamic libraries whose version requirements should be satisfied by Linux systems up to 2 or 3 years old, however it was built with a fairly recent version of GCC, 4.1.2.

The drill\'s still the same:


The official AMD64 Windows client can be found here.

For more information, see the BoincStats Forum.

HTH

4) Forums : General Topics : AMD64 (Message 1989)
Posted 13 Aug 2007 by ebahapo
Post:
Here's a development version of the x86-64 Linux client:


The official client for x64 Windows client can be found at boinc_5.10.13_windows_x86_64.exe.

The BOINC client 5.10 can now get 32-bit applications from projects that haven't added support for AMD64 (e.g., Lattice, QMC, etc), provided that they run at least the BOINC server 5.0.9. However, such AMD64 clients for Windows may not get applications from some projects that supported AMD64 before due to a platform name change, at least until such projects are updated.

For more information, see the BoincStats Forum.

HTH