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Old 2017-02-14, 06:22   #13
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Originally Posted by mdettweiler View Post
for LLRnet, one would have to take each individual daily results file (available at http://www.noprimeleftbehind.net/tps/results/llrnet/), do a line count, and divide by 3.
Complete LLRNet stats are below.
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Rank	User		LLRNet Tests	LLRNet Primes Found
 1	Oddball		 97779		18
 2	Beyond		 31946		 9
 3	Wario		 23218		 2
 4	Flatlander	  8563		 5
 5	Lanehart	  8168		 5
 6	MiHost		  2821		 0
 7	Robert47	   592		 0
 8	hwt		   100		 0
 9	Experimental	    65		 0
10	kar_bon		    17		 0
11	cipher		    13		 0
12	peido		    12		 0
13	Daikin		     3		 0
14	none		     2		 0

-	Total		173299		39
Quote:
Originally Posted by pinhodecarlos View Post
Can't seem to connect to the prpnet server. Having an issue on the client version side. Can someone confirm me the prpnet server URL and which client versions should I use please.
You did get some candidates from the prpnet server, but the results aren't getting submitted for some reason:
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285807*2^498030-1	Carlos_Pinho	home01	SETI.USA	Sun Feb 12 21:59:24 2017	32:16
285807*2^498842-1	Carlos_Pinho	home01	SETI.USA	Sun Feb 12 21:59:24 2017	32:16
285807*2^499074-1	Carlos_Pinho	home01	SETI.USA	Sun Feb 12 21:59:24 2017	32:16
Anyway, here's my prpclient file. Hope this helps.
Code:
// userid= is a REQUIRED field that will be used by the server
// to report on stats, etc. without having to reveal the user's
// e-mail address.  DO NOT USE spaces.  Instead use underscore _.
userid=Carnivore

// This value differentiates clients using the same e-mail ID
// DO NOT USE spaces.  Instead use underscore _.
clientid=bacon

// Tests completed by this "team" will be rolled-up as part of team stats.  This
// will be recorded on tests that are pending and then updated when tests are
// completed.  Since it is stored on the server per test, it is possible for a
// single user to be a member of multiple teams.  If no value is specified for
// this field, then completed tests and primes will not be awarded to any teams.
// DO NOT USE spaces.  Instead use underscore _.
teamid=

// server= configures the mix of work to perform across one or more
// servers.  It is parsed as follows:
//   <suffix>:<pct>:<workunits>:<server IP>:<port>
//
// <suffix>     - a unique suffix for the server.  This is used to distinguish
//                file names that are created for each configured server.
// <pct>        - the percentage of PRP tests to do from the server.
// <workunits>  - the number of PRP tests to get from the server.  The 
//                server also has a limit, so the server will never return
//                more than its limit.
// <server IP>  - the IP address or name for the server
// <port>       - the port of the PRPNet server, normally 7101
//
// Setting pct to 0 means that the client will only get work from the
// server if it cannot connect to one of the other configured servers.
// Please read the prpnet_servers.txt in this directory for information
// on the latest PRPNet servers.

server=TPS12000:100:1:noprimeleftbehind.net:12000

// This is the name of LLR executable.  On Windows, this needs to be
// the LLR console application, not the GUI application.  The GUI 
// application does not terminate when the PRP test is done.
// On some systems you will need to put a "./" in front of the executable
// name so that it looks in the current directory for it rather than 
// in the system path.
// LLR can be downloaded from http://jpenne.free.fr/index2.html
llrexe=llr.exe

// This is the name of the PFGW executable.  On Windows, this needs to
// be the PFGW console application, not the GUI application.
// PFGW can be downloaded from http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/openpfgw/
// If you are running a 64 bit OS, comment out the pfgw32 line
// and uncomment the pfgw64 line.
pfgwexe=pfgw32.exe
//pfgwexe=pfgw64.exe

// This is the name of the genefer executables used for GFN searches.  Up
// to four different Genefer programs can be specified.  The client will
// attempt a test with genefercuda first if available...otherwise, genefx64
// will be first.  If a round off error occurs in either, it will try genefer.
// If a round off occurs in genefer, it will try genefer80.  If
// genefer80 fails, then the number cannot be tested with the Genefers.  It will
// then be tested with pfgw if available.  The order they are specified here 
// is not important. (NOTE:  Linux and MacIntel only have genefer available for CPU)
// Uncomment the line (genefx64) if you are running on a 64 bit machine.
//geneferexe=genefercuda.exe
//geneferexe=genefx64.exe
geneferexe=genefer.exe
geneferexe=genefer80.exe

// This sets the CPU affinity for LLR on multi-CPU machines.  It defaults to
// -1, which means that LLR can run on an CPU.
cpuaffinity=

// This sets the GPU affinity for CUDA apps on multi-GPU machines.  It defaults to
// -1, which means that the CUDA app can run on an GPU.
gpuaffinity=

// Set to 1 to tell PFGW to run in NORMAL priority.  It defaults to 0, which means
// that PFGW will run in IDLE priority, the same priority used by LLR, phrot,
// and genefer.
normalpriority=0

// This option is used to default the startup option if the PREVIOUS
// SHUTDOWN LEFT UNCOMPLETED WORKUNITS.  If no previous work was left
// this will act like option 9.
//    0 - prompt 
//    1 - Return completed work units, abandon the rest, then get more work 
//    2 - Return completed work units, abandon the rest, then shut down
//    3 - Return completed, then continue
//    4 - Complete in-progress work units, abandon the rest, then get more work 
//    5 - Complete in-progress work units, abandon the rest, then shut down 
//    6 - Complete all work units, report them, then shut down 
//    9 - Continue from where client left off when it was shut down 
startoption=3

// stopoption= tells the client what to do when it is stopped with CTRL-C and there is
// work that has not been completed and returned to the server.  Options 2, 5, and 6 will
// return all workunits.  This will override stopasapoption.  The accepted values are:
//    0 - prompt
//    2 - Return completed work units, abandon the rest, then shut down
//    3 - Return completed work units (keep the rest), then shut down
//    5 - Complete in-progress work units, abandon the rest, report them, then shut down
//    6 - Complete all work units, report them, then shut down 
//    9 - Do nothing and shut down (presumes you will restart with startoption=9)
stopoption=3

// stopasapoption= tells the client that it needs to be shutdown automatically, i.e. without
// a CTRL-C.  It is evaluated after each test is completed.  It should be 0 upon startup.
// The accepted values are:
//    0 - Continue processing work units
//    2 - Return completed work units and abandon the rest
//    3 - Return completed work units (keep the rest)
//    6 - Complete all work units and return them
stopasapoption=0

// Timeout on communications errors
// (default is 60 minutes, minimum is 1 minute if not specified here...)
// Note that the actual used in the client is anywhere from 90% to 110% of this value
errortimeout=3

// Size limit for the prpclient.log file...
// 0 means no limit.
// -1 means no log.
loglimit=500000

// Set the debug level for the client
//    0 - no debug messages
//    1 - all debug messages
//    2 - output debug messages from socket communication 
debuglevel=0

// Whether or not to echo "INFO" messages from server to console for accepted tests
//    0 - no echo
//    1 - echo (default)
echotest=1
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