9.06% 156hrs cpu time....4 CPU\'s???? i have been running this project for quite a few months on a number of less powerfull and more powerfull machines, with no problems....Any moderator\'s out there????
* How many different XP 2000 machines do you have, is it really 4? (If less than 4, a new hostID or hostIDs has been generated for it. You can \'merge\' them to get them back to one hostID, but merge from the HostID which is receiving the credit).
* Could you post the contents of the \'messages\' tab, preferably including an attempted upload.
If my theory from my earlier post is right, your XP2000 machine has spawned off one or more HostIDs, and the credits are appearing against the earlier HostID. But unless we get more information this can only be a guess.
I suspect the result name you\'re concerned about is hadcm3lbm_8t66_05180321_0 Markus.
That is registered to host id 443852, which last contacted the scheduler on 26th April. Host id 443991 was created at 27 Apr 2006 6:26:49 UTC and I suspect it\'s another incarnation of 443852 (results stay with the host number they\'re initially assigned to, even if the host number changes).
The trickle list for the result shows that the last trickle was received at 14 May 2006 09:48:55, which ties up with the last time hostid 443991 contacted the scheduler (14 May 2006 09:47:52 UTC).
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Mike: \"Are you sure that\'s the correct HostID for a 4 CPU machine? I see a uniprocessor system there, in fact I don\'t see a quad processor box in your computer list at all.\"
Thyme: \"That is registered to host id 443852, which last contacted the scheduler on 26th April. Host id 443991 was created at 27 Apr 2006 6:26:49 UTC and I suspect it\'s another incarnation of 443852 (results stay with the host number they\'re initially assigned to, even if the host number changes\"
I wish i had a 4 prosesser mobo!!!anyway , from your and Thyme\'s post i have concluded tha i have a duplicate w/u., and I have reset the w/u on that host. For some reason I had mutiple listings for that particular host, very strange. I had just compleated one of the older models, and had a few problems, that probably explaines the multiple machine ID\'s for that particulae host