rc5 help needed...
i just started running rc5 - switched from seti after finding out that it was mostly **** from an article posted in this forum. anyways, whenever i try to "view keyrate graph" it says this:
"could not load any data for graphing. this may indicate an error opening the log file, or that there is not enough completed block data recorded in it for a graph to be generated"
this never goes away, and i cant get the graph to display. i tried looking in the help file, and on distributed.nets web site, but couldnt find anything. someone please help me!!!
ok - nevermind guys. i guess it fixed itself somehow. i left for a couple hours, and when i came back, it was working....
It needed some data in the log file to actually be able to graph anything. You can't draw a line without at least two points. [img]/forum/wink.gif[/img]
Welcome Aboard the RC5 Team! [img]/forum/smile.gif[/img]
Are you sending blocks through Virus's PProxy?
If not, set you client to use 126.96.36.199 port 8080 as the keyserver. You can check your stats or compare yours to other team members, which is updated every 1/2 hour.
Izzy run that pproxy stuff buy me again. Will dnet still get the blocks to display in their stats? How would I view the pproxy stats? Isn't dnet updated only once a day?
How does this work? (I'm all dum questions today) [img]/forum/smile.gif[/img] BTW what's a pproxy?
[This message has been edited by reddog4629 (edited 09-12-99).]
The PProxy, is a personal proxy for DNet's client to send blocks to before the official submission. Our team has one set up, thanks to Virus. If you client is setup to send blocks to it, your blocks will counts there before then sent to DNet. Our proxy database is updated every 1/2 hour(as compared to DNet's once a day)and provides more info and stat information as well as those of our teams members using it.
If you use it, you can go here:
and check you stats on the proxy.
Thanks. That pproxy is really cool! I'll do my next dump to there. Oh-can I also retrieve blocks from that keyserver?
[This message has been edited by reddog4629 (edited 09-13-99).]
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