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Old 2003-09-17, 19:48   #1
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Default GIMPS losing popularity?

A while ago, the PrimeNet server showed a sustained throughput of about 8 TFlops, but now its only around 7, and it's been decreasing slightly everyday.

I hope that GIMPS isn't losing popularity. :(
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Old 2003-09-17, 19:55   #2
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How long was the throughput listed as being 8 TFlops? Most of the times that I look at it, the sustained throughput is right aroung 7 TFlops, give or take a couple TFlops. I think I remember seeing it above 10 once, but that was after the server had been down for awhile.
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Old 2003-09-17, 20:55   #3
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In a similar vein, will we have some updated performance graphs in the near future? Primenet's were last updated in March 2001 (1.5 Tflops!)
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Old 2003-09-17, 23:46   #4
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Is the information presented in

http://mersenne.org/primenet/summary.txt

specifically the completed day info for CPU years and GFLOP/s ( LL, Fac, TOTALS ) stored/archived somewhere?

The GFLOP/s could be calculated from the CPU years, so just the CPU years are critical.
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Old 2003-09-17, 23:58   #5
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7 day averages over the past few months:

[Edit: Removed attachment that didn't look so good! The image below is mucho better. --Mod]

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Old 2003-09-18, 00:04   #6
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I don't believe the old summary.txt information is stored anywhere on the Primenet server, but I have an archive of summary.txt going back to January 31st of this year. I could zip it up and send it to anyone who wants it. I think the zipped up file would be just a few hundred KB in size.
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Old 2003-09-18, 00:07   #7
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Well that didn't look so good so i'll try again:
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Old 2003-11-05, 17:39   #8
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P-90 years on the way up
Now if we only had a few more mega producers vying for first place...
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Old 2003-11-15, 00:09   #9
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See also the Gigaflops rate greatly exceeds trend predicted 2 1/2 years ago thread, and the
LL testing rate graph, which shows the same kind of data as the above graphs, but over a much broader time period and with much less detail.
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