Albert overrides existing computing preferences

skildude
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Topic 84787

I noticed that I've had to change setting on all my PC's even ones that are not even connected to Albert@home. For some unknown reason Albert has taken a stand that I don't want to run projects if I'm using more than 25% of a CPU. That's odd since my preferences should be united across projects yet Albert deemed it necessary to reset this.

tullio
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Albert overrides existing computing preferences

I've had the same experience on SETI@home running on a Solaris Virtual Machine.I put the preference to 0 as suggested in my SETI@home account. This must be a BOINC 12+ feature since all my BOINC Linux projects run on BOINC 6.10.58 and do not seem to be affected. My Solaris BOINC client by Dotsch is a 6.12.26.
Tullio

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