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How to set up HFM.NET and FahMon to monitor [email protected] progress. Now with videos.

Daygard

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I don't think this is affecting my folding, but more a bug within HFM...

It's not properly counting my completed WU's, just on my GPU atm, 8 of the 9 projects in the queue say finished, but up top it says 0 completed now. My SMP line also says 0 complete, 0 failed, but in the queue there's two that are finished...

Is it only keeping track of the current sessions, or is it supposed to count overall completes and fails?
 

sswilson

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Another useful feature of HFM for those of you who have many pcs on a home network is the ability to create a web based report that will update into a defined folder which you can then share on the network to allow you to view your stats via a web browser from any PC connected to the internal network.

Preferences / Scheduled Tasks / Web Generation.

Basically the benefit is that you only need to setup HFM on one of your networked PCs and then the information can be viewed on any PC. The only trick is to first select it to generate "On Full Refresh" to create the initial pages, and then change it to XX minutes for updating.
 

Zero82z

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I don't think this is affecting my folding, but more a bug within HFM...

It's not properly counting my completed WU's, just on my GPU atm, 8 of the 9 projects in the queue say finished, but up top it says 0 completed now. My SMP line also says 0 complete, 0 failed, but in the queue there's two that are finished...

Is it only keeping track of the current sessions, or is it supposed to count overall completes and fails?
When you restart HFM.NET, it will lose its completed and failed work unit count.
 

lowfat

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Another useful feature of HFM for those of you who have many pcs on a home network is the ability to create a web based report that will update into a defined folder which you can then share on the network to allow you to view your stats via a web browser from any PC connected to the internal network.

Preferences / Scheduled Tasks / Web Generation.

Basically the benefit is that you only need to setup HFM on one of your networked PCs and then the information can be viewed on any PC. The only trick is to first select it to generate "On Full Refresh" to create the initial pages, and then change it to XX minutes for updating.
O boy I like this now that I got it setup. Can finally view all my [email protected] progess from my iMac. :bananafunky:
 

sswilson

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Yeah... isn't that a great tool???? I've been using this for quite some time and I'd be lost without it. If you want to go whole hog, you could use something (like dropbox) to update the files onto an external website and then access the files from anywhere with an internet connection. :)
 

lowfat

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Yeah... isn't that a great tool???? I've been using this for quite some time and I'd be lost without it. If you want to go whole hog, you could use something (like dropbox) to update the files onto an external website and then access the files from anywhere with an internet connection. :)
Not all that familiar with drop box. However I will look in to this later on today. Thanks for the suggestion.
 

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