1) Forums : Technical Support : Partial Upload Fails With HTTP Transient Error (Message 21190)
Posted 11 Oct 2016 by Nick Name
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Task passed the deadline and remained stuck - aborted.
2) Forums : Technical Support : Partial Upload Fails With HTTP Transient Error (Message 21187)
Posted 5 Oct 2016 by Nick Name
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I have a job which has completed and partially uploaded but will not finish. This may be related to a hard system reset (not related to Cosmology); it's possible this task was trying to upload at the time.

https://www.cosmologyathome.org/result.php?resultid=45133495

The manager shows upload progress of 88.385%, but it won't finish. BOINC will periodically try to complete the transfer, and the percentage will drop down but it always gets stuck at 88.385%. I've returned other tasks since this one, so it's a specific problem with this work unit. The log gives the transient HTTP error mentioned in the title. The problem persists after a system restart. Can anything be done to get this to upload or should I abort and move on?
3) Forums : Technical Support : Computational error on boinc2docker jobs (Message 20990)
Posted 4 Apr 2016 by Nick Name
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One of my failed jobs:

http://www.cosmologyathome.org/result.php?resultid=38532296
<message>
The system tried to delete the substitution of a drive that is not substituted.
(0x89) - exit code 137 (0x89)
</message>

2016-04-04 09:28:57 (12004): Guest Log: Out of memory: Kill process 927 (camb) score 604 or sacrifice child
2016-04-04 09:28:57 (12004): Guest Log: Killed process 927 (camb) total-vm:839836kB, anon-rss:531328kB, file-

The substitution message is new, it was not in any of my valid job logs.
4) Forums : News : Server temporarily degraded (Message 20980)
Posted 1 Apr 2016 by Nick Name
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No problems getting or returning work, but the Log Out button seems to have gone missing again.
5) Forums : Technical Support : How long does it take? (Message 20369)
Posted 20 Oct 2015 by Nick Name
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Looks normal to me. Jobs run from around four hours on the low end to 21 or more on the high end, with most falling in the eight-twelve hour range on my Win7 machine. It's been like that for the (almost) six years I've been crunching, as best I can recall. And, I rarely suspend BOINC while the machine is on, it's almost always running.