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Josef W. Segur
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Message 44405 - Posted: 6 Dec 2012, 0:29:15 UTC

Before the power outage, my host 10490 crunched S@H v7 task 05ap10al.6351.4571.140733193388045.14.97_2 then uploaded and reported with no apparent problems. That task is now known as ap_22my12ad_B6_P0_00222_20121106_06506.wu_3! I'm not surprised that there are some inconsistencies after the recovery, but having it turn into an Astropulse v6 was unexpected.

There will probably be other strangeness...
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Message 44414 - Posted: 7 Dec 2012, 0:38:17 UTC - in response to Message 44405.  

I've got a few like that too, where i had no Astropulse before the outage, i now have Astropulse, and a few of my MB Wu's are matched with Astropulse Wu's at the moment:

All AstroPulse v6 tasks for computer 45274

I expect the Database will get updated when those MB Wu's get resent, and they'll suddenly become AP Wu's.

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