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Old 2022-12-05, 01:20   #2674
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Approaching 00:00 UTC. I will click the reload button at 00:02, just to give your code some time to think... 8^)
I think I forgot to submit that change... it's there now for the 01:00 report. I also centered the very top header text and added some header row titles (hover to see them).
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Old 2022-12-05, 22:11   #2675
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I think I forgot to submit that change... it's there now for the 01:00 report.
Thanks. That helps my brain greatly (it's a simple brain...).

I still think some additional UX might be brought to the rendering after some community discussion.

Please forgive me for this, but please let me again refer to the report that came out of Wayne's sub-project. No one was entirely happy with it, but at least the vertical columns are visually clear. Your report currently has horizontal colour hinting, which isn't needed.

Aaron... Please take this as constructive critizm. And, please never ask me for graphical or layout design input beyond feedback. I can't design my way out of a paper bag, which is why all my sites have so many pastels.

Last fiddled with by chalsall on 2022-12-05 at 22:36 Reason: Edited the URL link to demonstrate how the in-document links allow consistant rendering to the user.
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Old 2022-12-06, 02:01   #2676
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Page rendering duration takes almost 100 seconds for a thousand block of Mersenne exponents when showing the full details.
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Old 2022-12-06, 02:37   #2677
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Page rendering duration takes almost 100 seconds for a thousand block of Mersenne exponents when showing the full details.
"Full details" will include ECM curves, and depending on the exponents, some of them have thousands (tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands) of different ECM curves that people have run over the years and the server tries to give you that detail, with varying levels of success and performance.

If you want full details, I'd recommend getting them in the XML format instead. That data generates faster.
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Old 2022-12-06, 02:45   #2678
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"Full details" will include ECM curves, and depending on the exponents, some of them have thousands (tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands) of different ECM curves that people have run over the years and the server tries to give you that detail, with varying levels of success and performance.

If you want full details, I'd recommend getting them in the XML format instead. That data generates faster.
There shouldn't be any ECM entries in the upper ranges. See screenshot below, I couldn't figure out why it took 100 seconds for the page rendering. It wasn't like this before today.
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Old 2022-12-06, 02:46   #2679
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If you're in an SQL optimizing mood, could you perhaps look at the Top 500 pages and re-enable a time range? Right now it's hard-coded to a year or all-time. It would be nice if ranges smaller than a year were specifiable.

https://www.mersenne.org/report_top_500_tf/
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Old 2022-12-06, 05:20   #2680
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If you're in an SQL optimizing mood, could you perhaps look at the Top 500 pages and re-enable a time range? Right now it's hard-coded to a year or all-time. It would be nice if ranges smaller than a year were specifiable.

https://www.mersenne.org/report_top_500_tf/
The arbitrary date ranges still have a pretty big performance hit unfortunately.

I have been working on making that custom report page an HTML table... it's basically done but I haven't quite made it live yet, but here's a sneak peek:
Custom report - Table

EDIT: I forgot to mention that on the custom view now, it should always include the logged in user's row even if they fall outside the rank start/stop range, and that rank will be bolded in the list. Oh, and the reason the arbitrary date ranges are a problem, but the lifetime and last 365 days are not, is because those values are precalculated and stored.

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Old 2022-12-06, 05:56   #2681
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That data generates faster.
Even the full details of a single exponent without ECMs take 2~3 seconds to load now, it used to be only a fraction of a quarter second.

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Old 2022-12-06, 11:27   #2682
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Even the full details of a single exponent without ECMs take 2~3 seconds to load now, it used to be only a fraction of a quarter second.
We're looking into it.
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Old 2022-12-06, 11:37   #2683
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If you're able to point to a specific exponent range where the totals didn't match what you were expecting, that would be great.
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You seem to subtract the number of exponents of the ERR column twice to get the number of untested exponents.

I attach a spreadsheet with the ranges that show some anomalies. The lower or ECM ranges have some anomalies but except 23M where only 19850 exponents are available but 19851 are not factored, there are explanation for the disparities, TF and cofactor assignments for instance.

Concerning the other ranges, 114M for instance has 431 unverified + 13277 untested exponents for a total of 13708.
1651 are assigned for LL/PRP testing, 4 for verifying, 11625 are available for LL/PRP, 408 for verifying. Total 13688.
20 exponents are missing.
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Old 2022-12-06, 12:20   #2684
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It's hard to believe no one has noticed, but for the past 2 weeks the contributions of TJAOI's main factor search have been categorised incorrectly. The smallest exponents are being recorded as ECM and P-1 rather than TF; as he actually does ECM (but not P-1) this is especially problematic.

It seems to be PrimeNet's fault, so I am posting it here, but I claim no knowledge of why it is occurring, but it should not be. Any fix needs to be retroactive to Nov. 24 (the first day the problem occurred), so the sooner it is addressed the better.
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