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Old 2009-01-07, 18:12   #56
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I'll take a look and re-run the hourly stats.
I'm home all day if you guys want to see if you can break it :)
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Old 2009-01-07, 18:19   #57
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With the way we are smoking through the ranges, are you sure you want to mess with loading 4 k's into your server? I think it'd be easier if you just stayed connected to port 9000 here. But if you really want them, I'll send you k=1201-1207 within a day.


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Yesterday I was having some issues with some clients getting stuck but I suppose it was when everybody started to cache some wu's. For the last 24 hours the clients have been running without a problem. Please hold the files.

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how often are we expecting primes in this drive
i have found five primes and have tested 7200 numbers
i expected more primes
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reserving k=1051-1199 for port 9000
Is the server loaded with that work? IB?
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how often are we expecting primes in this drive
i have found five primes and have tested 7200 numbers
i expected more primes
Assuming average k/base/n of 1100*2^275000-1 for 3600 candidates and 1100*2^125000-1 for 3600 candidates (to get a slightly more accurate value due to the extremely varying n-range) and sieve depth of 1800000000000 (1800G), you should expect 3.037 (2.088 from the lower range and 0.949 from the higher range) primes, so you're actually well above average.

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Old 2009-01-07, 21:49   #61
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Assuming average k/base/n of 1100*2^275000-1 for 3600 candidates and 1100*2^125000-1 for 3600 candidates (to get a slightly more accurate value due to the extremely varying n-range) and sieve depth of 1800000000000 (1800G), you should expect 3.037 (2.088 from the lower range and 0.949 from the higher range) primes, so you're actually well above average.
wierd because i am now up to 8 primes for 7900 tests
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Old 2009-01-07, 22:15   #62
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Is the server loaded with that work? IB?
If it wasn't, we would have been out of work by now.
Also, you can always look at the http://nplb.ironbits.net status pages and see anything you need to know about a server and it's port.

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Old 2009-01-07, 22:16   #63
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user=henryzz
[2009-01-07 13:27:41]
1047*2^105974-1 is prime! Time : 60.0 sec.
user=henryzz
[2009-01-07 13:30:13]
1047*2^111341-1 is prime! Time : 69.0 sec.
user=henryzz
[2009-01-07 13:30:37]
1047*2^112293-1 is prime! Time : 64.0 sec.


Can we get this fixed please?
This forum requires that you wait 60 seconds between posts. Please try again in 41 seconds.
Can't hardly get anything done ...

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If it wasn't, we would have been out of work by now.
Also, you can always look at the http://nplb.ironbits.net status pages and see anything you need to know about a server and it's port.
We would still have some work to do, last k from last range added was 1049.

So something is wrong, look at the server info:
first k/n pair 1011 106059
last k/n pair 1049 199976

EDIT: Anyway, my doubt will vanish within 20-30 mins if the server starts sending the next k (1051). The problem will be a script issue for not showing the correct info of the server.

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Old 2009-01-07, 22:30   #65
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Can we get this fixed please?
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Can't hardly get anything done ...
What's 1 min when you had to wait 9 months for your children to be born...lol
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Old 2009-01-07, 22:38   #66
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I think more work should be added to the server because we are going to hit ~100k candidates per day. Put something like a week of work in there.
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