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Old 2010-10-15, 23:18   #34
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Manual results from the 9th Drive have now been processed for importing into the DB and should be pulled in at midnight CDT tonight. (The file is small enough--about 2 MB--that it seemed safe to let it go in automatically rather than having Dave do a special import for it.)

More to (hopefully) come soon...all that's left to do now are the small bit of manual work done on the 11th Drive, the mini-drive, and the doublecheck drive. (Note that the doublecheck drive will be imported as first pass since it is our first set of results for its range. The end of that drive is likely to be in the somewhat near future, so I'll just wait to the end before importing any of that.)
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Old 2010-10-16, 00:10   #35
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Drive 11 (3 MB) now awaits import as well.
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Old 2010-10-18, 20:35   #36
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All results from the k=3010-3200 mini-drive up to n=571K are now ready for Dave to import (this one, at 60 MB, will need to be done separately).

Since the mini-drive has been done almost entirely manually (that is, not through public servers--work done via private servers is considered manual for this purpose), this represents quite a few points being added to the database. gamer007 in particular should get a huge boost, as will Karsten.

As results continue to come in on the mini-drive, I'll periodically process the new ones and have them imported. (Those files will be rather smaller, so they can be pulled in at the nightly import rather than Dave having to do them separately.)

With this, we are now all caught up as far as importing manual results goes! (Whew, nice to have that out of the way.)
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Old 2010-10-18, 20:38   #37
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What about the Drive Progress Graph?
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Old 2010-10-18, 20:45   #38
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What about the Drive Progress Graph?
Ah, right...Dave, while you're at it, could you possibly add the following drives to the progress graph? Thanks.

-Individual-k #1: k=300-400, n=600K-1M
-Individual-k #2: k=300-400, n=1M-2M
-Mini-drive #1: k=3010-3200, n=420259-650K
-Doublecheck #1: k=3-1001, n=100K-260K

Some of these have results in the database already; others currently have few or none but will be populated in the near future.
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Old 2010-10-25, 05:20   #39
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I have added those drives to the chart.
There are no primes in the doublecheck prime list for that doublecheck range.
The double check primes that are loaded start from n > 260K
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I have added those drives to the chart.
There are no primes in the doublecheck prime list for that doublecheck range.
The double check primes that are loaded start from n > 260K
Great, thanks!

Regarding Doublecheck #1: we're going to be loading that one into the firstpass database (under MN-2001) since it is our first set of data for that range; the "real" firstpass tests on that range were done prior to NPLB's inception and thus we don't have any residuals for them. A few years down the road we'll do a triplecheck drive on that range to get the second set of residuals needed for complete verification. Those will then be loaded into the doublecheck database.

n>=260K was done by NPLB the first time around, so we have a firstpass set of residues for it. Thus, the doublecheck work for that range goes directly into the doublecheck database.

Confused yet?

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Old 2012-01-14, 06:56   #41
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On the DB drive progress chart, The Mini Drive#3 shows okay, but the manual
stuff for the individual k drive (k=300-400 n=1M-2M) doesn't. Aren't they loaded yet or do we need another legend entry? Just trying to get a visual of whats done and what isn't.

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On the DB drive progress chart, The Mini Drive#3 shows okay, but the manual
stuff for the individual k drive (k=300-400 n=1M-2M) doesn't. Aren't they loaded yet or do we need another legend entry? Just trying to get a visual of whats done and what isn't.
Hmm...I'm not sure what you're referring to. I see the k=300-400 n=1M-2M results on the chart right now: they're the little dots on the far left stretching up to n=1.6M+. They seem to be showing up fine as far as I can tell.

One thing to note with this drive, though, is that not all of its results are in the DB yet; most of the primes are from the 6 k's running in LLRnet port 3500, which are in the DB, but the manual results have otherwise not yet been inserted (with the exception of Mini-Geek's manual ranges, which were automatically inserted in a manner similar to your present 10th Drive reservation). Thus there are a few odd primes from this drive listed in the forum thread that aren't on the Drive Progress chart yet.

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One thing to note with this drive, though, is that not all of its results are in the DB yet; most of the primes are from the 6 k's running in LLRnet port 3500, which are in the DB, but the manual results have otherwise not yet been inserted (with the exception of Mini-Geek's manual ranges, which were automatically inserted in a manner similar to your present 10th Drive reservation). Thus there are a few odd primes from this drive listed in the forum thread that aren't on the Drive Progress chart yet.
It was the manual results I was referring to. I know there is still some of Bruce's manual stuff from Drive 12 not loaded because of a duplication problem, but I thought everything else was loaded.
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It was the manual results I was referring to. I know there is still some of Bruce's manual stuff from Drive 12 not loaded because of a duplication problem, but I thought everything else was loaded.
The manual stuff from the individual-k drive is only loaded sporadically. To the best of my knowledge, we haven't loaded anything for n>1M yet. The only thing in there for n>1M is the 6k drive and Tim's stuff, where the server was set up like we are doing for you on k=1400-2000 to automatically download stuff into the DB like all public servers do.
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