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Old 2020-10-25, 14:47   #5050
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It looks like some Colab results are not being noticed and posted to PrimeNet.
This again for my TF, P-1 looks ok.
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Old 2020-11-27, 01:11   #5051
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One of my WorkFetch processes has stopped working for no apparent reason. The Low setting is 98,000,000. The High is 125,000,000. As a test, I adjusted the Pledge to 77. No change. I know I have a connection because Firefox is working normally.
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Old 2020-11-27, 01:39   #5052
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One of my WorkFetch processes has stopped working for no apparent reason. The Low setting is 98,000,000. The High is 125,000,000. As a test, I adjusted the Pledge to 77. No change. I know I have a connection because Firefox is working normally.
No change on the server-side.

Could you please give me more data to debug from? MISFIT or Manual, etc.

Developers hate "it doesn't work".
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No change on the server-side.

Could you please give me more data to debug from? MISFIT or Manual, etc.

Developers hate "it doesn't work".
I knew better...

Below is GPU72config:
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StagingFile:C:\mfaktc\worktodo.txt
ReloadWhenBelow:1
FetchCount:10
Low:98000000
High:125000000
Pledge:75

#OPTION
#WhatMakesSense = 0
#LowestTFLevel = 1
#HighestTFLevel = 2
#LowestExponent = 3
#OldestExponent = 4

Option:2

ReplaceNAwithDate:False

URL:https://www.gpu72.com/account/getassignments/lltf/
UserID:storm5510
UserPWD:xxxxxx
Below is a batch file I use to automate the process:
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@echo off
:top
cls
call mfaktc-2047.exe
if %errorlevel% gtr 0 goto errHandler
timeout 4

if exist c:\mfaktc\GPU72FETCH_logs\*.html (
del c:\mfaktc\GPU72FETCH_logs\*.html
)

call c:\gpu72\gpu72workfetch c:\gpu72\gpu72config.txt
if %errorlevel% gtr 0 goto errHandler
echo.
goto top


:errHandler
echo.
echo %date% %time% - Either mfaktc or GPU72 fetch has produced a non-zero exit code.
echo.
I know that mfaktc will not generate an error code for simply running out of work despite what it places on the screen. I do not know about gpu72workfetch.exe.
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Old 2020-11-27, 16:43   #5054
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This is an additional to my above posting. I was unable to edit it.

I did more digging on my own and I found something. I looked at the compiled code of gpu72workfetch.exe with a hex editor. Way down, I found a reference to MS Visual Studio 2010 -and- MS .Net Framework 4.0. That particular machine did not have .Net Framework 4 installed because I had to do a HD wipe and reload two weeks ago. gpu72workfetch.exe does not display anything about a missing dependency when started. It should. Yes, it is mentioned in the "readme" files, but I never looked at them. My automatic fetch is working now.
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