Posts by Michael Scott

1) Message boards : Number crunching : Every time I turn off my computer or quit, all progress is lost (Message 2035)
Posted 12 Nov 2019 by Michael Scott
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Einstein and SETI report it as being used.
2) Message boards : Number crunching : Every time I turn off my computer or quit, all progress is lost (Message 2033)
Posted 11 Nov 2019 by Michael Scott
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Nothing, unfortunately.
3) Message boards : Number crunching : Every time I turn off my computer or quit, all progress is lost (Message 2030)
Posted 9 Nov 2019 by Michael Scott
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I should mention that I am only running OSX at the moment, so there are no drivers available for me. Is that why I am unable to select GPU tasks?
4) Message boards : Number crunching : Every time I turn off my computer or quit, all progress is lost (Message 2028)
Posted 9 Nov 2019 by Michael Scott
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I have a Mac Pro desktop. How do I switch to GPU tasks?
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Every time I turn off my computer or quit, all progress is lost (Message 2026)
Posted 8 Nov 2019 by Michael Scott
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I only have one Collatz task running, and it doesn't appear to be using the GPU.

But why does it always erase progress?
6) Message boards : Number crunching : Every time I turn off my computer or quit, all progress is lost (Message 2023)
Posted 8 Nov 2019 by Michael Scott
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Hello,

I have a very lengthy Collatz program running on my Mac Pro (dual quad core Xeon's, RX580) - the estimated time is at least 10 days. Whenever I quit BOINC (or restart) the paltry progress made resets to zero. In the preferences, I selected the option to keep non-GPU tasks in memory, however that hasn't helped matters. Any suggestions?




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