|How can i pause muon1-background, i now have to close it in taskmanager.|
|There was never a way to pause muon1_background.exe because it has no interface. You can either close it in task manager (since autosave files are made, you won't lose more than a few minutes work) or assign it a very low priority level in task manager, so it doesn't interfere with other tasks.|
There is also an option in config.txt to automatically suspend when it is being run on a laptop on battery power.
|How about implementing flagfiles? Example: Drop an empty file with a certain name (e. g. muon.stop) into the muon directory and it suspends. Delete the file again and it resumes.|
|Much easier solution, use "Taskkill /im muon1.exe" in a .bat file.|
|oh stephen then the FAQ is outdated, because there it states that there is no inbetween saves.|
only after each simulation.
"When does the client save its results? At the end of each run of the simulation, when the time index has got to "t = 200.0ns" (300 or 500 ns for newer optimisations). If you quit the program you will lose the calculation for the incomplete run that it is currently processing."
Ps: unlike a certain boinc-project , dpad doesn't seems to intervere with the program i want to run now and then.
|@RGtx: I did talk about suspending, not killing. Besides, I run two muon1 clients. Your solution would kill both.|
|I've fixed that answer in the FAQ.|
|Now correct. Maybe except for the fact the GUI version autosaves whenever you quit.|