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CyborgSam
 
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BAM!ID: 19207
Joined: 2007-02-13
Posts: 6
Credits: 54,089,242
World-rank: 13,142

2019-02-25 22:47:42

Summary:
1) My iMac shows negative credits
2) My Mac Pro shows no credits
3) My Mac Pro shows an Unknown CPU (caused by no credits?)

First: many thanks to all the volunteers! And I did read the FAQs.

I currently have 5 hosts running BOINC Manager setup to use BAM!, three Macs and two Raspberry Pis. BOINC Manager is current on all hosts. My projects are Einstein@home, Rosetta@home, SETI@home, and World Community Grid. The oldest Mac and the Raspberry Pis can't contribute to all projects.

In My BAM! menu > Host list three hosts show their correct credits, which increase as expected. My iMac often shows negative credits, my Mac Pro has been stuck at 0 credits since I set it up. I've waited days and past Sunday for the big updates. I've manually synchronized all the hosts' BOINC Managers.

The Mac Pro shows an Unknown CPU in My BAM! menu > My Projects > Show hosts. The other hosts show their correct CPU. In My BAM! menu > Host list the Mac Pro's CPU appears correctly (Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU W3580 @ 3.33GHz [x86 Family 6 Model 26 Stepping 5]). FWIW: I replaced the stock 2.66 GHz CPU (the high-end single CPU Mac Pro came with a 3.33 GHz).

On Einstein@home's site I changed the privacy setting allowed data exporting.

I checked all four projects I contribute to. They correctly list and report ever increasing results for all hosts.

TIA,
Sam
CyborgSam
 
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BAM!ID: 19207
Joined: 2007-02-13
Posts: 6
Credits: 54,089,242
World-rank: 13,142

2019-02-26 00:10:06

The plot thickens...

The specs & stats for my Mac Pro and iMac are cross-talking.

In My BAM! menu > My detailed stats > Link to user's host stats: My Mac Pro's Xeon W3580 appears with the exact same negative credits that my iMac shows in My BAM! menu > Hosts list. The iMac's i5-3330S CPU is not in the detailed stats list. The iMac's CPU is correctly shown in its entry in the Hosts list.

In the Hosts list the two Macs have unique BAM! IDs and CPIDs. There is a duplicate unique entry for the Mac Pro because I tried removing BAM and reinstating it. I know I'll have to wait days for those two to merge.
CyborgSam
 
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BAM!ID: 19207
Joined: 2007-02-13
Posts: 6
Credits: 54,089,242
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2019-03-07 08:18:17

Doh! I never posted links:

https://boincstats.com/en/stats/-1/user/detail/c6ee677d4839ebe6247b3abba63126f8/
https://boincstats.com/en/stats/-1/host/list/0/0/c6ee677d4839ebe6247b3abba63126f8
https://boincstats.com/en/stats/-1/user/detail/184391/projectList

In the host list, the Xeon W3580 is the combination of the actual Xeon and the i7. The i7 should appear separately. The Mac with the Xeon shows 0 credits.

If anyone can shed some light on this I'd appreciate the help.

TIA,
Sam
staze
 
BAM!ID: 87201
Joined: 2010-07-08
Posts: 2
Credits: 652,199,078
World-rank: 2,224

2019-03-29 03:57:35

Figure this out? I have one host that continually reports negative credits.

Kinda looks like this might be due to me replacing a machine with a new machine...

damn.

So how does one resolve this?
CyborgSam
 
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BAM!ID: 19207
Joined: 2007-02-13
Posts: 6
Credits: 54,089,242
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2019-03-29 04:52:35

I haven't figured this out. What's interesting is my negative credits sometimes go positive. My total credit seems OK, it's just the two hosts that are messed up,
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