Posts by ziegenmelker

1) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug Report for 5.46 (Message 2799)
Posted 13 Feb 2007 by ziegenmelker
I seem to have gotten a lot of 0x1 abends like this one overnite:

So do I.
Incorrect function. (0x1) - exit code 1 (0x1)
# random seed: 2742938
ERROR:: Exit at: line:1805


<core_client_version>5.4.9 BoincStudio 0.5.6 alpha</core_client_version>
process exited with code 1 (0x1)
Graphics are disabled due to configuration...
# random seed: 2742419
ERROR:: Exit at: line:1803


My quorum partners got the same errors.

2) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug Report for 5.46 (Message 2794)
Posted 12 Feb 2007 by ziegenmelker
Is this memory usage normal?

12/02/2007 02:41|ralph@home|Message from server: Your computer has 313.84MB of memory, and a job requires 476.84MB
12/02/2007 02:41|ralph@home|Message from server: No work sent
12/02/2007 02:41|ralph@home|Message from server: (there was work but your computer doesn't have enough memory)
12/02/2007 02:41|ralph@home|No work from project

This seems to be new, because this host has already crunched some WUs.

3) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Internal server error? (Message 2018)
Posted 12 Aug 2006 by ziegenmelker
are you still having upload errors?

My waiting WUs are reported. :-)

4) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Internal server error? (Message 2009)
Posted 12 Aug 2006 by ziegenmelker
I don't have any problems to ping or to traceroute to Also there is no problem to access the website showing this headers:

Response Headers -

Date: Sat, 12 Aug 2006 10:39:29 GMT
Server: Apache/2.0.54 (Fedora)
X-Powered-By: PHP/5.0.4
Connection: close
Transfer-Encoding: chunked
Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8

200 OK

But this is my

Internal Server Error

The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.

Please contact the server administrator, root@localhost and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have caused the error.

More information about this error may be available in the server error log.
Apache/2.0.54 (Fedora) Server at Port 80

Because BOINC is connecting to a CGI-script at ralph, the error is probably there:

12/08/2006 10:45|ralph@home|Sending scheduler request to

A HTTP request to results in:

<message priority="low">Incomplete request received. </message>

You seem to be viewing this page in a WWW browser. Visit the <a href="../">main page</a>.


This means to me, that the scheduler is running.
With the upcoming of this error about 41h ago, the first message was:

10/08/2006 19:25|ralph@home|Reporting 1 tasks
10/08/2006 19:25|ralph@home|Scheduler request succeeded
10/08/2006 19:25|ralph@home|Message from server: Project is temporarily shut down for maintenance
10/08/2006 19:25|ralph@home|Project is down

At that time, or a bit later, the changing of the web pages startet. There are two new columns now, showing 'classic' RAC and TC. I think together with that they are changing the coding of the validator to show the new model based credits and the old time/benchmark based ones. So I guess thats the place the errors are located.

But what makes me wonder is the fact, that some users get there results reported, as you can see in the statistics. Everyone with a value other than '0' in the 'Recent average work credit' and 'Total work credit' columns did successfully upload a result in the last 40h.

I would really appreciate that this bug gets fixed as my waiting 10 results have less than 2 days till they are overtimed.


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5) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Internal server error? (Message 1960)
Posted 11 Aug 2006 by ziegenmelker
I can't seem to 'report' finished work tonite. Wu's upload ok, and change to ready-to-report status, but the handshake to 'report' the unit dies with:
Scheduler request failed: HTTP internal server error.

You're not the only one. I'm getting the same error.

Me too and some of the new webpages are kind of mixed up. ;)
The server status page says everything is running fine.


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