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Message 448 - Posted: 7 Nov 2014, 16:29:00 UTC
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We are starting a new series of experiments on a new organism, Escherichia coli, with the goal of mapping the complete gene network of this prokaryote. We just started to distribute a small set of workunits for testing the system. We already find some problems: the boinc client 'estimated time remaining' seems completely wrong (too short, almost zero) although the progress bar is normally stepping up, we will see...

[UPDATE] We aborted/canceled them all... They ended all with the 'Maximum elapsed time exceeded' error... we have to fix this before going further.

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Message 449 - Posted: 11 Nov 2014, 8:57:30 UTC - in response to Message 448.

[UPDATE] We aborted/canceled them all... They ended all with the 'Maximum elapsed time exceeded' error... we have to fix this before going further.


Any news??

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Message 450 - Posted: 11 Nov 2014, 11:02:07 UTC - in response to Message 449.
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[UPDATE] We aborted/canceled them all... They ended all with the 'Maximum elapsed time exceeded' error... we have to fix this before going further.


Any news??

We found an error inside the big input file (the one that clients download just once), we are not sure if this will automatically fix the 'maximum elapsed time' error, I just distributed about two hundred workunits to test this.


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