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Old 2019-12-13, 19:14   #298
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You said your mechanical HDD is SATA, therefore it's plugged into a SATA port on the motherboard. Follow the cable to the motherboard, see where it's plugged in, and very likely there's one or more other SATA ports (the blue things in this picture) available next to it.
There is six. Two are high speed and the other four are lower. Two blue and four black. The boot drive must be plugged into a blue one.

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You must be confusing SSD drives with the newer M.2 drives.
Hit me in the head with a mallet. You are correct. I have two sockets in my i7 system. One has an EV0 970 in it.
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Old 2019-12-14, 01:23   #299
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I had the following appear at the top of a worktodo.txt file sometime overnight last night.

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<hr>UPDATE `tf_1g_available` SET `howmany` = `howmany` - 100 WHERE (`mrange` = 3402) AND (`tf` = 68)<br>
It looks like some type of script. How it ended up there, I do not know. I would not have known it was there if I had not seen the message mfaktc reported at the beginning of a run.
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Old 2019-12-14, 02:01   #300
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I suspect it's been there longer than last night, since I haven't updated the script that contains that query since Dec 3, so it's probably been lurking in your worktodo since then and just being carried forward (and ignored). By all means please delete that line from your worktodo, it shouldn't reappear (if it does, or anything else unexpected, please do let me know).
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Old 2019-12-14, 22:18   #301
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On the TJAOI.php page could you link the "factor(min)" and "factor(max)" to https://www.mersenne.ca/factor/<x>
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On the TJAOI.php page could you link the "factor(min)" and "factor(max)" to https://www.mersenne.ca/factor/<x>
Easily done.
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Old 2020-01-01, 00:54   #303
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I'm getting this error when trying to look up an exponent:

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SELECT * FROM `primenet_results_archive_2020` JOIN `primenet_results_archive_users` USING (`primenet_results_user_id`) WHERE (`exponent` = ########) ORDER BY `date_received` ASC
Table 'mersenneca.primenet_results_archive_2020' doesn't exist
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Old 2020-01-01, 02:23   #304
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I'm getting this error when trying to look up an exponent:
Yes, I also got (hundreds) of automated emails telling me the same thing while I was eating supper...
I've fixed the logic that generates the new tables at the start of the year.
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Old 2020-01-05, 20:10   #305
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On the TJAOI.php page could you link the "factor(min)" and "factor(max)" to https://www.mersenne.ca/factor/<x>
Thanks for ^,

Is there any chance you could add a table of number of factors found by bitlevel? (Similar to this post https://www.mersenneforum.org/showpo...&postcount=404)

# of Bits | Count
45 | 10
46 | 20
47 | 100
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65 | 18800
66 | 2000

Optionally Date first and last last in that range were found.
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Is there any chance you could add a table of number of factors found by bitlevel?
As requested: https://www.mersenne.ca/tjaoi.php
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Old 2020-04-21, 03:09   #307
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visualization not updating

https://www.mersenne.ca/status/tf/0/0/1/0


Data as of 2020-04-18T23:59:00+00:00
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Old 2020-04-21, 13:39   #308
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Sorry, there was a problem in the data import from PrimeNet. It's fixed now.
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