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Old 2018-01-06, 17:43   #1
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Default Double Checking my own work?

My prime95 program just submitted a result yesterday, and now it has me double checking my own submission.

Should I unreserve it on my assignments page?
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Old 2018-01-06, 17:47   #2
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My prime95 program just submitted a result yesterday, and now it has me double checking my own submission.

Should I unreserve it on my assignments page?
That should not happen. If you complete the DC, someone else will have to do a triple check to verify. I'm sure more knowing people will weigh in, but I would not waste cycles on a repeat. IMO, you should unreserve it.
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Old 2018-01-06, 21:37   #3
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That should not happen. If you complete the DC, someone else will have to do a triple check to verify. I'm sure more knowing people will weigh in, but I would not waste cycles on a repeat. IMO, you should unreserve it.
Yes, unreserve it please.

It's usually me who goes in and finds the self-verified work and does an independent triple check, so you'd be saving me some time. :)

EDIT: Normally this should not happen. Can you PM me the exponent in question so I can look at the particulars on the server side to see how that happened? There is code in place that would normally prevent that, but there are a handful of events that could force that to happen, like if the first result got turned in with a missing assignment ID somehow, and the server (or your computer) added the original assignment back in somehow. Or if you started work on that exponent manually and then let it check in, the server will helpfully create a new assignment for it even though normally it wouldn't auto-assign it to you.

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Old 2018-01-07, 01:05   #4
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Yes, unreserve it please.

It's usually me who goes in and finds the self-verified work and does an independent triple check, so you'd be saving me some time. :)

EDIT: Normally this should not happen. Can you PM me the exponent in question so I can look at the particulars on the server side to see how that happened? There is code in place that would normally prevent that, but there are a handful of events that could force that to happen, like if the first result got turned in with a missing assignment ID somehow, and the server (or your computer) added the original assignment back in somehow. Or if you started work on that exponent manually and then let it check in, the server will helpfully create a new assignment for it even though normally it wouldn't auto-assign it to you.
I will PM you.
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