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Message 136052 - Posted: 13 Jul 2005, 14:05:38 UTC

Well, SETI has a problem of being able to Up-load results from many other locations (ref the 12 July 05, "scheduled Outage" no-one was informed about). While it's nice to hear lofty (and well intentioned) sarcasium from you folks... I want to simply get my results back to the project to assist in the Prime purpose...

Right now I've got Five (5) results completed and ready to upload but the SETI site can't seem to get them. Now, the dowload seems to be working fine as I have three more working and two more "ready to run" but can't seem to have them uploaded.

Trying to contact SETI for Tech support seem impossible for the novice user, (like me). So, I don't know what to do except keep running assignements and waiting for SETI to solve the problem.

Ok folks... How do we let them know the problem is there???

Constructive and clear responses welcome, Smart Ass lofty stuff, keep it to youself and/or your little group of Nerds that speak in the ozone layer that accomplishes nothing.

I don't care about "credits" or stuff like that... I want to get the work done and sent back to where I volunteered my time for. So professional folks can deal with it!!

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Message 136061 - Posted: 13 Jul 2005, 14:18:01 UTC - in response to Message 136052.  

Constructive and clear responses welcome, Smart Ass lofty stuff, keep it to youself and/or your little group of Nerds that speak in the ozone layer that accomplishes nothing.

So you had to take the longest thread possible on these forums, to get your complaint across? A thread that has nothing to do with your complaint in the first case?

Start reading here, continue here, then pass on over to here.

Can't get more constructive.
Or in case you didn't understand the links: "It's normal to have a large backlog of people all trying to upload all of their done workunits at the same time. It's not only you. So just have patience. In a day or two, three, after the outage, things will normalize again."

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Message 136107 - Posted: 13 Jul 2005, 17:04:27 UTC - in response to Message 136052.  



Constructive and clear responses welcome, Smart Ass lofty stuff, keep it to youself and/or your little group of Nerds that speak in the ozone layer that accomplishes nothing.



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Carl. I think the outage we were warned of has caused these delays. The backlog must be huge with 300,000 or so PCs all trying to send results and get work. They did tell us. Past experience says this takes about 25-30 hours for a catch up; maybe longer this time given the time it was out. I don't think they will panic too much about waiting for our results tbh as they are months behind looking at them nayway from what I can glean.

Just hang on a bit and it will be fine. I had 72 results to go back this morning and I now (12 hours later) have only 4 to go...so its happening.

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Message 136123 - Posted: 13 Jul 2005, 17:51:05 UTC

I have been trying to stay away from this thread but I am weak forgive me;o) "(ref the 12 July 05, "scheduled Outage" no-one was informed about). " If it is on the bulletin board you are notified, x military will know of what I speak......
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So long Paul, it has been a hell of a ride.

Park your ego's, fire up the computers, Science YES, Credits No.
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Message 136124 - Posted: 13 Jul 2005, 17:51:23 UTC

I have been trying to stay away from this thread but I am weak forgive me;o) "(ref the 12 July 05, "scheduled Outage" no-one was informed about). " If it is on the bulletin board you are notified, x military will know of what I speak......
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So long Paul, it has been a hell of a ride.

Park your ego's, fire up the computers, Science YES, Credits No.
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Message 136127 - Posted: 13 Jul 2005, 18:09:13 UTC

And for the bullitin board challenged among us (and sometimes I am one) we also had a thread on it too ...
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Message 136339 - Posted: 14 Jul 2005, 11:00:32 UTC
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I would like to <font>close off this thread now as it served its purpose. No more posts please! Its too big a thread now</font>

People seeking information about these problems can find it plus useful proxy information at :

Information about these problems can find it plus useful proxy information

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