28 Sep 2008 11:58

### what's up with numbers?

Stubs % CompleteTotal Done Verified Yesterday Remaining
Stubspace 1 48,979,672 48,979,672 48,979,672 0 0 100%
Stubspace 2 42,196,852 42,196,852 42,196,852 0 0 100%
Stubspace 3 47,775,232 47,775,232 47,775,232 0 0 100%
Stubspace 4 46,417,392 46,417,392 46,417,392 0 0 100%
Stubspace 5 36,267,180 36,267,180 36,267,180 0 0 100%
Stubspace 6 38,361,468 38,361,468 38,361,466 0 2 99.99%
Stubspace 7 38,106,790 37,971,420 36,793,218 580,721 1,448,942 98.1%
Stubspace 8 6,515,212 4,885,864 2,305,801 119,177 5,838,759 55.19%
Stubspace 9 237,944 134,286 27,892 48 313,710 34.08%

subspace9 total 237k, done 134k, remaining 313k - why remaining larger than total????

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28 Sep 2008 12:09

### Re: what's up with numbers?

The remaining stubs is the sum of the total stubs minus done stubs and total stubs minus verified stubs: (237,944 - 134,286) + (237,944 - 27,892)  = 313,710

Alex Lozano

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Subject: [RC5] what's up with numbers?

Stubs % CompleteTotal Done Verified Yesterday Remaining
Stubspace 1 48,979,672 48,979,672 48,979,672 0 0 100%
Stubspace 2 42,196,852 42,196,852 42,196,852 0 0 100%
Stubspace 3 47,775,232 47,775,232 47,775,232 0 0 100%
Stubspace 4 46,417,392 46,417,392 46,417,392 0 0 100%
Stubspace 5 36,267,180 36,267,180 36,267,180 0 0 100%
Stubspace 6 38,361,468 38,361,468 38,361,466 0 2 99.99%
Stubspace 7 38,106,790 37,971,420 36,793,218 580,721 1,448,942 98.1%
Stubspace 8 6,515,212 4,885,864 2,305,801 119,177 5,838,759 55.19%
Stubspace 9 237,944 134,286 27,892 48 313,710 34.08%

subspace9 total 237k, done 134k, remaining 313k - why remaining larger than total????

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28 Sep 2008 12:30

### Re: what's up with numbers?

2*total? why?

2008/9/28 Alex
The remaining stubs is the sum of the total stubs minus done stubs and total stubs minus verified stubs: (237,944 - 134,286) + (237,944 - 27,892)  = 313,710

Alex Lozano

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Subject: [RC5] what's up with numbers?

Stubs % CompleteTotal Done Verified Yesterday Remaining
Stubspace 1 48,979,672 48,979,672 48,979,672 0 0 100%
Stubspace 2 42,196,852 42,196,852 42,196,852 0 0 100%
Stubspace 3 47,775,232 47,775,232 47,775,232 0 0 100%
Stubspace 4 46,417,392 46,417,392 46,417,392 0 0 100%
Stubspace 5 36,267,180 36,267,180 36,267,180 0 0 100%
Stubspace 6 38,361,468 38,361,468 38,361,466 0 2 99.99%
Stubspace 7 38,106,790 37,971,420 36,793,218 580,721 1,448,942 98.1%
Stubspace 8 6,515,212 4,885,864 2,305,801 119,177 5,838,759 55.19%
Stubspace 9 237,944 134,286 27,892 48 313,710 34.08%

subspace9 total 237k, done 134k, remaining 313k - why remaining larger than total????

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28 Sep 2008 12:35

### Re: what's up with numbers?

Each stub is tested twice, to make sure results are accurate.

Alex Lozano

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2*total? why?

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29 Sep 2008 13:24

### Re: what's up with numbers?

i wonder we already doing phase2

2008/9/28 Alex
Each stub is tested twice, to make sure results are accurate.

Alex Lozano

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2*total? why?

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29 Sep 2008 13:52

### Re: what's up with numbers?

```It's quite clearly called out on the main page:

http://stats.distributed.net/projects.php?project_id=25

On Mon, Sep 29, 2008 at 7:24 AM, Dead J. Dona <deadjdona@...> wrote:
> i wonder we already doing phase2
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29 Sep 2008 21:58

### Supressing distributed.net client Output window.

```I am running a dos script that runs force_unlock to make sure that all
buffers are available to be used by my clients.

Every time the script runs, it opens up the distributed.net client
window for 15 seconds. then closes and then opens a new window for the
next buffer.

I was wondering I was wondering if there was a way to avoid that
output window from opening? I am outputing the results to a log file
already, so it isn't showing me anything.

I have tried to use the -quiet and -hide parameters, but that doesn't
help.  Here is the command that I am running.

dnetc.exe -forceunlock buff-in.r72 -l forced_unlock.txt

thank you

Philippe

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29 Sep 2008 22:06

### Re: Supressing distributed.net client Output window.

```In the ancient texts Philippe Faure wrote:
> I was wondering I was wondering if there was a way to avoid that
> output window from opening? I am outputing the results to a log file
> already, so it isn't showing me anything.

Does -quiet or -hide work for you?
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30 Sep 2008 00:45

### Re: Supressing distributed.net client Output window.

```In his original message, he said that they did not.

On Mon, Sep 29, 2008 at 4:06 PM, Coran Fisher
<salyavin@...> wrote:
> In the ancient texts Philippe Faure wrote:
>> I was wondering I was wondering if there was a way to avoid that
>> output window from opening? I am outputing the results to a log file
>> already, so it isn't showing me anything.
>
> Does -quiet or -hide work for you?
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30 Sep 2008 02:27

### Re: Supressing distributed.net client Output window.

```I have a fairly similar command in a .bat file.  If I run the file manually,
I get the 15 second window as you mention.  However, I run the bat file
several times a day in a scheduled task and get no screen output.  The
scheduled task runs as a different user than the one I am logged in as.
Hope this may be an option for you?

Gus
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To: "D.net Discussion" <rc5@...>
Sent: Monday, September 29, 2008 1:58 PM
Subject: [RC5] Supressing distributed.net client Output window.

>I am running a dos script that runs force_unlock to make sure that all
> buffers are available to be used by my clients.
>
> Every time the script runs, it opens up the distributed.net client
> window for 15 seconds. then closes and then opens a new window for the
> next buffer.
>
> I was wondering I was wondering if there was a way to avoid that
> output window from opening? I am outputing the results to a log file
> already, so it isn't showing me anything.
>
> I have tried to use the -quiet and -hide parameters, but that doesn't
> help.  Here is the command that I am running.
>
> dnetc.exe -forceunlock buff-in.r72 -l forced_unlock.txt
>
> thank you
>
> Philippe
>
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