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DarkStar701
 
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2008-03-21 11:21:02

I have multiple identical systems running BOINC. The only difference between those systems, is that they have a different name. The problem I'm having with this however is that they don't get added to my host list when I add these systems to my BAM-account. I only have 9 systems in my host list, while I have over 20 systems which I added and are running without any problems.
The biggest issue is that I don't have direct access to all of those systems, but I would like to change projects on them. Because they are not in my host list, I obviously can't change the project...
Does anyone have a solution for this??

Thanks,

DarkStar
WyerByter
 
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2008-03-21 16:22:24

I have multiple identical systems running BOINC. The only difference between those systems, is that they have a different name. The problem I'm having with this however is that they don't get added to my host list when I add these systems to my BAM-account. I only have 9 systems in my host list, while I have over 20 systems which I added and are running without any problems.
The biggest issue is that I don't have direct access to all of those systems, but I would like to change projects on them. Because they are not in my host list, I obviously can't change the project...
Does anyone have a solution for this??

Thanks,

DarkStar


My first question is how did you install BOINC on each of these machines?

I have heard of people mirroring their BOINC install onto new machines and the host info got copied as well and BAM thought it was the same machine.
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DarkStar701
 
BAM!ID: 25919
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2008-03-23 22:41:26

I have multiple identical systems running BOINC. The only difference between those systems, is that they have a different name. The problem I'm having with this however is that they don't get added to my host list when I add these systems to my BAM-account. I only have 9 systems in my host list, while I have over 20 systems which I added and are running without any problems.
The biggest issue is that I don't have direct access to all of those systems, but I would like to change projects on them. Because they are not in my host list, I obviously can't change the project...
Does anyone have a solution for this??

Thanks,

DarkStar


My first question is how did you install BOINC on each of these machines?

I have heard of people mirroring their BOINC install onto new machines and the host info got copied as well and BAM thought it was the same machine.


Interesting...
I made a ghost-image of the original PC including a BOINC installation without (!) being attached to BAM. So if I understand correctly, I need to install BOINC manually on each system, and that will solve my problem?
Each system receives a different (new) BAM-ID when I first attach them, so I always thought my method of work was ok.
I'll try installing it manually and see what happens! Thanks WyerByter!
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