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k6xt
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2009-03-01 04:33:51

BOINC is confusing me. I support two projects. I have them set in BOINC prefs for 5% on one project, 95% on another. Yet the 5% project is hogging the load. The WU say Running, High Priority. I don't give a rip about what the project or BOINC thinks about priority. How is it possible to setup BOINC for what I want, rather than what it wants? I'd like to support both projects but if this continues the 5% project is going in the trash.

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Art
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2009-03-01 06:53:31

The client maintains resource shares on a longer period than you may be expecting. Once a project has run at high priority for a time the client is unlikely to get more work from that project until it has done more work for the other project. When the client has work from a low resource share project it will often run those tasks at high priority so that they will be completed on time.
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Gundolf Jahn
 
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2009-03-01 09:41:28
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And obviously, BOINC is doing a rather good job:

Obviously the Einstein task is in deadline trouble. If it would not run in Earliest Deadline First (EDF or high priority) mode, you wouldn't get any credits for it.

Gruß,
Gundolf
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