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Message 37459 - Posted: 28 Jul 2014 | 18:07:44 UTC

So I had my client suspended for a bit over a day while doing some gaming and video editing and I resumed it earlier today. After wondering why my room was cold I saw that wcg was still running but gpugrid had been removed from my project list.

So what's up with this?
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Message 37479 - Posted: 29 Jul 2014 | 11:28:43 UTC - in response to Message 37459.

So I had my client suspended for a bit over a day while doing some gaming and video editing and I resumed it earlier today. After wondering why my room was cold I saw that wcg was still running but gpugrid had been removed from my project list.

So what's up with this?


That is not normal!

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Message 37625 - Posted: 17 Aug 2014 | 21:21:41 UTC

I've seen that the BOINC manager will not download any CPU workunits if it has found a usable GPU but does not have any GPU workunits. You might add another project offering GPU workunits, but with a resource share of 0, if you want the computer to keep running workunits even when it cannot get any from GPUGRID.

POEM@Home seems to be the one with aims most similar to those of GPUGRID.

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