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stratos412

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Message 581 - Posted: 26 Jul 2020, 13:00:33 UTC

Hello to the community.

I am running nanohub at three different PCs (2 Windows machines and 1 Linux machine) and most of the work units end with errors.

Win7 64-bit OS (boinc2docker v1.12 vbox64_mt windows_x86_64):
All units end with errors

Win10 64-bit OS:
No available units (Don't know why. It's an i5 Intel core with VM installed)

Linux Mint Ulyanna OS 64-BIT (boinc2docker 1.12 vbox64_mt):
I have encountered a strange issue here. If I choose ONE BY ONE project to run, when it's finished uploading and then reporting, everything is fine. I can choose the next project and repeat the steps (wait until finish and reporting and then choose next project).
If I choose multiple projects to run one after another then units failed. Either the first or the second project stuck at 100% running and never ends after 2 or 3 hours, or most of the projects finish and reporting with errors.

Is it anything I can do on my end?
It is very frustrating to run a unit, leave the machine and then after 2-3 hours check that unit stuck at 100% and still seems to run (cpu usage of boinc is almost 0%, so I suppose that nothing is running).
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Message 582 - Posted: 28 Jul 2020, 16:08:07 UTC - in response to Message 581.  

Hello to the community.
I am running nanohub at three different PCs (2 Windows machines and 1 Linux machine) and most of the work units end with errors.

Errors like these??

P.S. Seem that project admins are not interested in volunteers problems
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Message 583 - Posted: 29 Jul 2020, 15:17:36 UTC - in response to Message 581.  

Hello to the community.

I am running nanohub at three different PCs (2 Windows machines and 1 Linux machine) and most of the work units end with errors.

Your Windows 10 machine shows this in the results file:
NOTE: VirtualBox has reported an improperly configured virtual machine. It was configured to require
hardware acceleration for virtual machines, but your processor does not support the required feature.
Please report this issue to the project so that it can be addresssed.
Error Code: ERR_CPU_VM_EXTENSIONS_DISABLED

Since your CPU supports virtualization, it probably means that you need to enable it in the BIOS.

I am sure you can check out the other machines similarly.
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Message 587 - Posted: 1 Aug 2020, 18:02:43 UTC

I have enable virtualization in BIOS, but I still get these errors. All PCs have virtualization enabled. I can see it both in BIOS features and Windows Task Manager
Linux machine seems to be doing better in this project than the Windows machines... (I can't figure why...)
Anyway, I will try a few more work units and see what's going on.

Thanks guys!
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Message 588 - Posted: 2 Aug 2020, 13:35:09 UTC - in response to Message 587.  

Do you have Hyper-V installed on your Windows 10 machine?
I think you have to disable it. You can't have both VirtualBox and Hyper-V running.

On Win 7, it appears you have a boot problem. I would put all folders on the same disk.
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