Pausing, snoozing, suspending and resuming processing manually Edit
There are a number of ways to interrupt the science processing manually, temporarily with Snooze / Pause and indefinitely with Suspend, by using the graphical user interfaces (GUI) of BOINC Manager in simple and advanced view.
- Selecting Snooze from the system tray menu, right-click icon, overrides the 'run....' setting and suspends activity for one hour, 60 minutes.
- Selecting the Pause button in the simple view, also lasting 60 minutes.
- A Snooze or Pause status is identified with:
- A tick mark before Snooze on the BOINC Manager system tray icon (right click, pop up menu).
- By the Resume button in the Simple View.
- By the Suspend option being selected in Activity menu of the advanced view.
- Selecting Suspend in the Activity menu of the advanced view stopping processing indefinitely. This status is identified by:
- a. Snooze being grayed out in the system tray, right click, pop up menu.
- b. By the Resume button in the simple view.
- c. By the selected Suspend option in Activity menu of the advanced view.
A Resume of computations from temporary Snooze / Pause or indefinite Suspend can be done in several ways:
- Deselecting Snooze from the system tray menu, right-click icon, which only works if there is a tick mark in front.
- Selecting "Run always" or "Run based on preferences" in the Activity menu of the advanced view.
- Selecting the Resume button in the Simple View
If BOINC Manager is loaded, all interruptions of processing are identified by a system tray icon showing a pause symbol (2 vertical bars). Hovering with the mouse over the icon will show a balloon with status information.
Caveat: Those clients that were installed using the Service / Protected option can only be controlled from a signed in User with the appropriate authorization. Without that, BOINC Manager is not allowed to connect to the Core Client service!
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