No new work for the time being

Christian Beer
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Topic 91598

I'm doing some reorganization of software parts on the Albert@Home backend. Mainly moving daemons from other servers onto the main Albert@Home server. For this reason I already disabled work generation and it will stay off until I'm finished. Barring unforeseen events I plan to finish this within the next week and enable work generation again.

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Update: it took longer than

Update: it took longer than anticipated (due to unforeseen circumstances and higher priority work) and the work in the background is not yet finished.

I thought that by now all the in progress tasks where finished bu they weren't. So I had to abort them in order to be able to continue the reorganization and get back on track.

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I looked several days and my

I looked several days and my Raspberry Pi 2 was top producer for the project so there must not have been many CPUs running. Moved it to E@H as there are so few projects with work for those.

Christian Beer
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There is work available again

There is work available again and after fixing a problem with the scheduler it is being send out again.

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Well, I'll keep my eyes

Well, I'll keep my eyes peeled and my BOINC program connected. I like Einstein@Home... :)

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After 3 years, I wonder if

After 3 years, I wonder if this will ever have any new WU's for us...

 

8-)

 

Oliver Behnke
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Eventually :)

philip-in-hongkong
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With hope :)

With hope :)

Dirk Broer
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Any chance for 64-bit ARMv8

Any chance for 64-bit ARMv8 applications? The present Raspberry ARMv6 apps are getting somewhat long in the teeth...

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