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Old 2010-08-02, 00:24   #5
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Originally Posted by Prime95 View Post
That sounds weird (a bug?). Choose Test/Continue to get the second worker running again.
That worked, thank you!!

Now I have two cores working on separate exponents. Curiously, the one that just got added is estimated to be finished in 101 days, as opposed to the original one which was 108 days.

Worker #2 is shown as working at "P-1 stage 1" of its assigned exponent. But I had set the preference for LL. Is that all right? (I understand that I should set the RAM much higher for P-1 work.)

Trying to develop an understanding of the process. Task Manager does now show both cores running at 100%. Does this happen only if the computer isn't working on anything else?

This is all very interesting. Pretty neat to watch the numbers grow.

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