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2005-08-23 19:26:37

All of my Accounts use the same email address, however, two projects (LHC and PAH (it seems)) have different CPIDs. From the FAQ it seems that these will 'merge' if I run these projects on machines with IDs from other projects. Is this true? If not, how do I get my CPIDs to match up?
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2005-08-23 19:33:36

You have to run these projects on a machine that also runs one of the other projects.
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2005-08-27 20:11:05

It seems like your cutoff time, for the daily numbers, is not midnigh UTC, but 4 or 5 hours earlier.

For instance, you already seem to have the day stats for the 27th finalized, even though it is not yet midniight UTC for 3 or 4 hours hours.

How does this work?

Might be a good FAQ...

Thanks!
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2005-08-27 21:32:48

As stated in one of the F.A.Q.'s, the daily update runs at 15:00 GMT.

The reason is simple: if something goes wrong I can fix it when I get home from work (which is about 17:00 GMT). If I let the update run at 0:00 GMT, it's finished at about 2:00 GMT (and that's 4:00 local time), and I be very much asleep at that time. In the morning I don't have enough time to fix problems, or I would have to get up earlier just in case.

So maybe, in a future far far away, when all updates run without errors, I might move it to 0:00 GMT. But it won't be now, I need my sleep (I'd be cranky if I'd have to get up earlier).
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2005-08-27 22:14:02

As stated in one of the F.A.Q.'s, the daily update runs at 15:00 GMT.

The reason is simple: if something goes wrong I can fix it when I get home from work (which is about 17:00 GMT). If I let the update run at 0:00 GMT, it's finished at about 2:00 GMT (and that's 4:00 local time), and I be very much asleep at that time. In the morning I don't have enough time to fix problems, or I would have to get up earlier just in case.

So maybe, in a future far far away, when all updates run without errors, I might move it to 0:00 GMT. But it won't be now, I need my sleep (I'd be cranky if I'd have to get up earlier).



Got it. Thanks! I didn't realize it would be less than fully automatic. What a drag. Guess you are earning those donations!

Good luck!
Don
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