crdennett at yahoo.com
Mon Dec 4 04:40:22 EST 2000
Well, on my Solaris system, I don't even get that. I
[Dec 04 12:29:17 UTC] Automatic processor detection found 2 processors.
[Dec 04 12:29:17 UTC] Loading crunchers with work...
[Dec 04 12:29:21 UTC] NetUpdate::Connect handshake failed. (0.168)
[Dec 04 12:29:22 UTC] NetUpdate::Connect handshake failed. (0.168)
[Dec 04 12:29:22 UTC] Unable to load any work. Quitting...
[Dec 04 12:29:22 UTC] *Break* Shutting down...
I was wondering what was going on. I don't remember what my
Windows box at home said, but there was no message that
indicated that no blocks were available. Back to RC5 for
dennett at rochester.rr.com
--- Knut Pfefferkorn <Knut.Pfefferkorn at KeyWarrior.net> wrote:
> On 3 Dec 2000, at 22:01, Mikus Grinbergs wrote:
> > I've been running OGR.
> > Just now, distributed.net refused to give me work to do.
> > The message said something about "project closed". But when
> no, it says:
> "The keyserver says: have run out of OGR work."
> > It is my opinion that "shutting off" participants from their
> > choice of distributed.net projects is a good way to drive
> > them away from distributed.net for good.
> Did you configure your client ONLY working on OGR?
> Why don't you activate RC5 and let your client work on this project?
> As soon as new OGR blocks aviable the client will automaticly switch
> to OGR.
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