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Old 2018-05-03, 22:36   #2817
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We just passed 1M double checks (for the entire 1B range) now at 10pm UTC (at 9pm it was at 999,993):
In a few weeks we will also reach 0 for the Status unknown in the "Classic Status"
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Old 2018-05-03, 22:40   #2818
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Looking at the recent results: https://www.mersenne.org/report_recent_results/

it looks like this was the 1,000,000th reported double checks:
https://mersenne.org/M46888861
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Old 2018-05-07, 17:12   #2819
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Looking at the recent results: https://www.mersenne.org/report_recent_results/

it looks like this was the 1,000,000th reported double checks:
https://mersenne.org/M46888861
I wonder why the classic GIMPS status report is running behind, then?

As of this writing, it's showing a total of 999,706 for the "TwoLL" column
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Old 2018-05-07, 17:22   #2820
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I wonder why the classic GIMPS status report is running behind, then?

As of this writing, it's showing a total of 999,706 for the "TwoLL" column
It only shows results for exponents up to 79.3M, not the entire 1B range.
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Old 2018-05-07, 21:23   #2821
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I wonder why the classic GIMPS status report is running behind, then?

As of this writing, it's showing a total of 999,706 for the "TwoLL" column
There are around 46 million prime exponents between 79.3Million and 999,000,000

Of those, less than less than 960 have been double tested.
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Old 2018-05-07, 23:45   #2822
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Correction: There are around 46 million prime exponents between 79.3Million and 999,000,000 1,000,000.000

Of those, less than less than 960 have been double tested.

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Old 2018-05-10, 05:18   #2823
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I just happened to catch this a few minutes ago: exactly 1,000,000 double-checked exponents in the classical 79.3M range.

Also, we are very close to dipping below 40,000 P90-years of work to go in completing a first run through the classical range.
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Old 2018-05-10, 05:23   #2824
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Question: If M(exponent) is double-checked and subsequently factored, does that reduce the DC total while increasing the "Factored" total?
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Old 2018-05-10, 06:20   #2825
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Question: If M(exponent) is double-checked and subsequently factored, does that reduce the DC total while increasing the "Factored" total?
Yes. The table reads left to right. The totals must sum to the total number of exponents. If it is Prime, that is the highest status, then those with a known factor, then those that have been DC'ed, then Single LL, then unknown. An exponent can only be in one of those categories (technically it can have a factor and been tested once or twice, but it gets moved into the factored category once a factor is found.)

If I recall correctly that have been periods in the past were the DC or LL have dropped because of factors being found.
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Old 2018-05-10, 12:17   #2826
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The classic report says "Status Unknown" 1,112 below 79.3M ?

This report says only 387 left:
https://www.mersenne.org/assignments...&exp1=1&extf=1
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Old 2018-05-10, 12:22   #2827
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I have been saving hourly reports from https://www.mersenne.org/primenet/ and I had a manual script to sum all the columns to get the data like in post #2816: http://mersenneforum.org/showpost.ph...postcount=2816

At the idea and request of rudy235 I made the script summing the columns run automatically and made it create this report, maybe people will find it useful:
http://hoegge.dk/mersenne/GIMPSstats.html

The 332M cutoff is just below the 100M digit line, which seems like the most interesting spot above 100M exponents. There are more LL tests done above 332M than between 100M and 332M.

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