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moebius 2021-06-22 04:18

M105000000 - M106000000 Range
 
Am I the only one who is still sending first-time PRP results in the 105M to 106M Range to the server, since maybe 4 weeks?

[URL="https://www.mersenne.org/report_exponent/?exp_lo=105013241&full=1"]105013241[/URL]

The Work Distribution Map shows that 98 LL/PRP-Test are assigned overall (80 from that to me). I wonder why my 80 assignments expire tomorrow if 12860 mersenne numbers still unproven and hardly anyone works seriously in this range.

slandrum 2021-06-22 04:45

[QUOTE=moebius;581515]Am I the only one who is still sending first-time PRP results in the 105M to 106M Range to the server, since maybe 4 weeks?

[URL="https://www.mersenne.org/report_exponent/?exp_lo=105013241&full=1"]105013241[/URL]

The Work Distribution Map shows that 98 LL/PRP-Test are assigned overall (80 from that to me). I wonder why my 80 assignments expire tomorrow if 12860 mersenne numbers still unproven and hardly anyone works seriously in this range.[/QUOTE]

Right now, Category 1 extends from 104190194 to 107498922. For someone to get a cat 1 assignment, unless they are forcing the exponent, they have to have their account set to get the smallest exponents, so they will get assignments from the lower end of cat 1.

As assignments move into the middle of cat 1 from higher categories, their expirations (for the assignment just taking too long) become active. However, just because your assignment expires doesn't mean you can't complete it and get full credit for it. If it's not near the edge of where assignments are being handed out in cat 1, it won't get assigned to anyone else (but eventually the cat 1 assignments being handed out will cross your assignments). Right now there are plenty of assignments below 105M available so anyone getting cat 1 assignments will be getting them there especially if they have software capable of doing PM1 testing.

Zhangrc 2021-06-22 13:56

Most of them are reserved for Ben Delo and curtisc, I suppose.
They are currently doing 104.5M assignments and will soon go into 105M.

Uncwilly 2021-06-22 14:15

Your assignments expire because you have done ZERO work on them in 6 months. Why do you have 80 assignments that you haven't been able to complete in that long?
The ones older than yours have checked in since you got yours. So they are not going to expire as soon.

Why this range is not actively being handed out is another issue. Looks like something broke around March 12, that is the last assignment date.

moebius 2021-06-22 18:11

[QUOTE=Uncwilly;581542] Why do you have 80 assignments that you haven't been able to complete in that long?[/QUOTE]Because I could not work on the assignments for a half year in lack of a internet connection. I could complete the 80 105M range assignments in a half year now with my RX Vega64 (1 result in 2 days).

moebius 2021-06-22 18:32

[QUOTE=Zhangrc;581541]Most of them are reserved for Ben Delo and curtisc, I suppose.
They are currently doing 104.5M assignments and will soon go into 105M.[/QUOTE]
curtisc works more in the range 104M to 109M, his best days are over!

slandrum 2021-06-23 01:30

[QUOTE=Uncwilly;581542]Why this range is not actively being handed out is another issue. Looks like something broke around March 12, that is the last assignment date.[/QUOTE]

As of March 12, cat 1 extended to 105749768 - so the upper edge of 105M was still cat 2 and people were receiving cat 2 assignments there. After cat 1 moved past 106M, no new assignments would be handed out to the 105M range until the lower end of cat 1 was filled up to 105M.

This isn't anything breaking, this is just a function of the categories for assignments, and why you'll see the waves of assignment dates in an area.

moebius 2021-06-23 03:33

Now 18 LL/PRP-Test are assigned overall (1 to me).


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