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Elektra*
 
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2006-05-26 17:41:44

Excerpt from BoincView 1.2.2.:

Host Project Date Message
JMR-BB03 JMR-BB03 --- 26.05.2006 18:31:32 Contacting account manager at http://bam.boincstats.com/
JMR-BB03 JMR-BB03 --- 26.05.2006 18:31:33 Account manager: BAM Host-ID: 938
JMR-BB03 JMR-BB03 --- 26.05.2006 18:31:33 Account manager contact succeeded
JMR-BB02 JMR-BB02 --- 26.05.2006 18:33:22 Contacting account manager at http://bam.boincstats.com/
JMR-BB02 JMR-BB02 --- 26.05.2006 18:33:24 Account manager: BAM Host-ID: 938
JMR-BB02 JMR-BB02 --- 26.05.2006 18:33:24 Account manager contact succeeded
JMR-BB01 JMR-BB01 --- 26.05.2006 18:36:29 Contacting account manager at http://bam.boincstats.com/
JMR-BB01 JMR-BB01 --- 26.05.2006 18:36:30 Account manager: BAM Host-ID: 939
JMR-BB01 JMR-BB01 --- 26.05.2006 18:36:30 Account manager contact succeeded

Tried several times to defect all PCs from BAM and to re-attach them afterwards, with the same result: JMR-BB02 and JMR-BB03 get the same Host-ID, and only one of them appears in the Host list of BAM and can be handled there.
The three hosts are technical identic Shuttle barebones and were set up with the same Ghost image file, afterwards they got different PC names and IP-addresses.The only technical differences between them are the CPUs:

JMR-BB01 : Athlon64 X2 3800+ Manchester
JMR-BB02 : Athlon64 3800+ Venice
JMR-BB03 : Athlon64 3500+ Winchester

Not different enought to be distinguishable in BAM?

[BOINCstats] Willy
 
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2006-05-26 18:12:46

A host is distinguished based on its CPID. I took the following from the AMS requests made from your hosts:

<host_cpid>e926da12abb321c9377602e02d432fac</host_cpid>
<domain_name>JMR-BB01</domain_name>

<host_cpid>5ff09aaaf77182cadd09ea36843fe49f</host_cpid>
<domain_name>JMR-BB02</domain_name>

<host_cpid>5ff09aaaf77182cadd09ea36843fe49f</host_cpid>
<domain_name>JMR-BB03</domain_name>

2 and 3 have the same CPID, which is almost impossible, except when a BOINC installation is copied to another system and then run on both.

Your problem can be solved to change one of the CPIDs, change one of the characters in file client_state.xml
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Elektra*
 
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2006-05-26 19:11:31


A host is distinguished based on its CPID. I took the following from the AMS requests made from your hosts:
...

2 and 3 have the same CPID, which is almost impossible, except when a BOINC installation is copied to another system and then run on both.

Your problem can be solved to change one of the CPIDs, change one of the characters in file client_state.xml


Thank you very much - the problem is solved! I see and learned: cloning PCs is highly immoral

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2006-05-26 19:36:04


b.t.w.: emails from the BOINCstats domain are obviously considered as spam by the german email provider GMX and saved in the folder "Spamverdacht"


The BOINCstats server was put on a blacklist some time ago, but I have it taken of a few weeks ago. It shouldn't be considered as spam unless your provider caches the blacklists without purging them.
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