[RC5] Some little configuration problem... All seems working for a mounth, but...
dburg at nero.com
Fri Dec 7 10:54:02 EST 2001
Thanks for your mail.
I wrote to rc5 at lists.distributed.net since I was nearly sure I had a
beginner's trouble and didn't want to disturb distributed.net people. But,
obviously, you are one of distributed.net so my objective fails ! :))
In fact, I have installed only the distributed.net client and not the
additionnal personnal proxy. (Or it is very well hidden on my hard drives).
The client version is 2.8105.469.0, I think there is no newer avaible. But
you are absolutely right, I should have include my version number in my
It seems someone had a look at this problem on the server side, because in
both RC5 and OGR-25 projects there are new statistics for me
(dburg at nero.com) for yesterday.
Is 1,144 G-Node something matching to 1 day of work for 2 PIII 1 Ghz
computers ? (... And should I ask to help at distributed.net about the work
units between 22 November and 6 December ?).
Ahead Software AG,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bruce Wilson" <bwilson at distributed.net>
To: <rc5 at lists.distributed.net>
Sent: Thursday, December 06, 2001 9:28 PM
Subject: RE: [RC5] Some little configuration problem... All seems working
for a mounth, but...
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> This really should be handled through help at distributed.net, but I had
> a sec, so I took a look.
> The stats show you submitted work for OGR-25 on Nov 22 - and that's
> it. Have a look at:
> Sounds like you need to work out your flushing, maybe make sure that
> perproxy is flushing properly, too. It could be that the perproxy
> has its send threshold set too high, so work isn't being returned
> (yet). Also check your client version and perproxy version to make
> sure they aren't the versions that didn't handle OGR data properly.
> (We automatically reject work from certain broken perproxy versions.)
> Bruce Wilson <bwilson at distributed.net>
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> | -----Original Message-----
> | From: owner-rc5 at lists.distributed.net
> | [mailto:owner-rc5 at lists.distributed.net] On Behalf Of David Burg
> | Sent: Thursday, December 06, 2001 13:47
> | To: rc5 at lists.distributed.net
> | Subject: [RC5] Some little configuration problem... All seems
> | working for a mounth, but...
> | Hello,
> | I'm a bit surprized. I already used Dnetc client by the past
> | with no problem
> | but now it seems something is wrong.
> | The content of my DNETC.ini file is :
> | [parameters]
> | id=dburg at nero.com
> | [triggers]
> | restart-on-config-file-change=yes
> | [misc]
> | project-priority=RC5,OGR,DES,CSC
> | [display]
> | progress-indicator=auto-sense
> | [networking]
> | firewall-type=http
> | firewall-host=192.168.*.*:*
> | (* replace some real numbers)
> | I am running the dnetc client as service under NT and Win2k
> | for more than a
> | mounth now on 2 PCs. The dnetc client is visible on the task
> | manager taking
> | all free CPU time. I have make the -update manually in a dos
> | box, and I
> | succeeded to connect to the key server, send results and get
> | new keys to
> | search. All seems perfect.
> | I still cannot find myself when I search dburg at nero.com into
> | the statistics.
> | Something is wrong, I do not understand what, I need some help.
> | Best regards,
> | David Burg.
> | Ahead Software AG,
> | http://www.nero.com
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