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techn1ciaN 2021-11-05 22:17

[QUOTE=techn1ciaN;592377]If you check out exponents for PRP-CF on the manual assignment page (or re-load any of your automatically fetched PRP-CF work from the replacement lines in [URL]https://www.mersenne.org/workload/[/URL]), the work lines given look like ...[/QUOTE]

I have apparently misstated the issue. What I said initially is only true for the replacement work lines in your Assignments. The lines given by the manual assignment page actually look like:

[CODE]PRP=[AID],1,2,[exponent],-1,99,0,"[known factor(s)][/CODE]If you load this, Prime95 sets residue type 5 automatically. So, there is no problem (not even with the P-1 tests_saved value) unless you are specifically trying to use the replacement work lines tool.

James Heinrich 2021-11-05 22:55

[QUOTE=techn1ciaN;592575]only true for the replacement work lines in your Assignments[/QUOTE]OK, that I can fix. I can either hardcode them to show [c]base,type[/c] as [c]3,5[/c], or just leave those two fields out entirely and let Prime95 act on its default behavior. I have opted for the latter (do not include these fields), same as manual assignment.

S485122 2021-11-10 09:24

www.mersenne.org down ?
 
It worked until about 09:10 UTC. The server responds to pings and FTP but not to HTTP(S) requests.

S485122 2021-11-10 10:05

[QUOTE=S485122;592846]It worked until about 09:10 UTC. The server responds to pings and FTP but not to HTTP(S) requests.[/QUOTE]OK again.
Thanks to whoever restored the service.

techn1ciaN 2021-11-10 17:29

[QUOTE=James Heinrich;592579]OK, that I can fix. I can either hardcode them to show [c]base,type[/c] as [c]3,5[/c], or just leave those two fields out entirely and let Prime95 act on its default behavior. I have opted for the latter (do not include these fields), same as manual assignment.[/QUOTE]

Just tested by checking out a PRP-CF assignment and loading it from my replacement work lines. Starts as intended now — thanks. :thumbs-up:

Might you also change [c]tests_saved[/c] in these lines to [c]0[/c], for full consistency with what the manual assignment page outputs?

James Heinrich 2021-11-11 00:41

[QUOTE=techn1ciaN;592861]Might you also change [c]tests_saved[/c] in these lines to [c]0[/c], for full consistency with what the manual assignment page outputs?[/QUOTE]As best I can see what the page is trying to do, it shows [c]0[/c] if a decent amount of P-1 has already been done; if it hasn't then it shows [c]1[/c] for PRP-DC and [c]2[/c] for PRP. Whether this makes sense or not I don't know, I didn't write the logic and I'm not that knowledgeable on PRP assignments.

slandrum 2021-11-11 05:54

[QUOTE=James Heinrich;592894]As best I can see what the page is trying to do, it shows [c]0[/c] if a decent amount of P-1 has already been done; if it hasn't then it shows [c]1[/c] for PRP-DC and [c]2[/c] for PRP. Whether this makes sense or not I don't know, I didn't write the logic and I'm not that knowledgeable on PRP assignments.[/QUOTE]

I think what was being asked for - if the exponent has already been proven composite, then tests saved cannot be more than 0.

techn1ciaN 2021-11-11 11:13

[QUOTE=slandrum;592909]I think what was being asked for - if the exponent has already been proven composite, then tests saved cannot be more than 0.[/QUOTE]

This is essentially the idea. If someone is checking out an exponent for PRP-CF, then a full-length primality test will be run, by definition.

Of course, with [c]how_far_factored=99[/c], the issue should be purely cosmetic in all practical cases.

S485122 2021-11-11 11:37

Exponent Status Distribution errors
 
The [url=https://www.mersenne.org/primenet/]Exponent Status Distribution[/url] (the menu Item "Current Progress / Work Distribution Map") has some wrong totals, for instance the PrimeNet Activity Summary dated 2021-11-11 10:00 UTC.

The 10M range has a spurious exponent counted as having only one erroneous test. That is wrong since all exponents of that range have long been verified or factored.

There is some logic error in the counting, I will illustrate it with 105M 106M range.
- The number of untested exponents is 4, it is indeed the number of assigned first time tests. But the NO-LL count in the table is 3, one to low !
- The number of factored Mersennes is correct in the table.
- The table has the correct total number of exponents (sum of the number of exponents for which the corresponding Mersenne number is prime, factored, verified composite, tested once, got an erroneous result and untested.)
- I counted 4775 exponents with unverified test(s) (some with a mix of LL and PRP without Cert). The table has only 4769, 6 are missing.
- I counted 14281 verified exponents (LL or PRP double checked or certified PRP.) The table counts 14288, 7 too many.
The differences do add up to 0 in this range.

Other range have too few assigned and available exponents : 3M is missing 1, 23M : 1, 30M : 1, 59M : 3, 60M : 2, 61M : 16, 62M : 1, 63M : 1, 64M : 1, 104M : 1, 106M : 13, 107M : 33, 108M : 30, 109M : 47, 110M : 27, 111M : 11, 112M : 13, 113M : 12, 114M : 7, 115M : 1, 122M : 1, 124M : 1, 126M : 29, 149M : 1, 150M : 1, 160M : 3, 164M : 1, 165M : 2, 166M : 5, 172M : 1, 177M : 1, 184M : 2, 185M : 2, 188M : 1, 190M : 1, 332M : 2, 333M : 1, 371M : 1, 385M : 1, 623M : 1 and 800M : 1. Some of those differences are quite persistent over months (others, more transient, might be due to cut-off issues.)

There is at the moment no range with more assigned than available exponents (the ECM range is a special case), there have been some in the past.

sdbardwick 2021-11-16 12:00

DB server might be having problems. Homepage opens, but anything involving DB seems to stall, including login.
EDIT: Appears to be back online.

slandrum 2021-12-09 19:51

Problem with P-1 GHz days
 
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Definitely need new accounting for the new P-1 processes being tested in prime95/mprime.


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