'User aborted'

Dirk Broer
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Topic 84966

Kindly refrain from letting the server set my WUs to 'User aborted' (12-06-2014). I'm perfectly capable of doing that myself (14-06-2014).

Claggy
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'User aborted'

Your computers are hidden, so there is no evidence of what is happening:

https://albertathome.org/account/5097

Claggy

Dirk Broer
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I've unhidden them for you.

Message 80249 in response to message 80248

I've unhidden them for you. The server seems to think my i7-3770 suddenly lost its HD 4000(?), aborted my WUs, and set them to 'User aborted'. It should be server aborted and for no -valid- reason at all.

Claggy
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Hm, 201 (0xc9)

Message 80250 in response to message 80249

Hm,

201 (0xc9) EXIT_MISSING_COPROC,

https://albertathome.org/task/1490485

I wonder if the client aborted them, and there's a mismatch in what the client says, and what the web code reports.

What does the Event log say?

Claggy

Dirk Broer
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The event log is too small,

Message 80251 in response to message 80250

The event log is too small, it only goes back to the 13th (I'm running some 40 projects). The same PC is running Einstein on its HD 4000 IGP since...

Dirk Broer
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Two batches from the 15th got

Message 80252 in response to message 80251

Two batches from the 15th got the same result: aborted, not by the user, but set to 'User aborted' (why?). Again "Missing co-processor" -also as message in the event log- while Einstein@Home is doing its thing with that same co-processor.

Claggy
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RE: The event log is too

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Quote:
The event log is too small, it only goes back to the 13th (I'm running some 40 projects). The same PC is running Einstein on its HD 4000 IGP since...


Look at stdoutdae.txt or stdoutdae.old in your Boinc Data directory, you'll find it will go back further.

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RE: I've unhidden them for

Message 80254 in response to message 80249

Quote:
I've unhidden them for you. The server seems to think my i7-3770 suddenly lost its HD 4000(?), aborted my WUs, and set them to 'User aborted'. It should be server aborted and for no -valid- reason at all.

Sometimes the error codes use the Microsoft thinking and not common sense, kind of like the 'blue screen of death' when it says 'your pc has crashed' YA THINK MAYBE!! Don't worry about it, it just means the unit needs to be sent to someone else for crunching to the Server.

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