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Old 2004-03-10, 05:59   #1
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Question Prime95 Bug? I sleep all night and I work all day

Originally I had:
Hours per day this program will run: 24 hours
Daytime Available Memory: 64 MB
Nighttime Available Memory: 64 MB
Daytime Begins [default 7:30 AM?] ends [default]

I decided to allocate more memory during nighttime, but since I am a nightowl with varying hours, I set my "daytime" to the rather unusual:

Daytime Begins [10:30 AM] ends [2:30 AM]

I made this change at 9:30 PM in the middle of P-1 factoring.

The program immediately switched over to nighttime memory configuration.

Even re-starting, Prime95 thought 9:30 PM was nighttime.

Timestamp rangecheck bug? Or did I hose it?

The machine has 512 MB, running Win98SE.

local.ini:
OldCpuType=12
OldCpuSpeed=2000
RollingStartTime=0
SelfTest768Passed=1
CPUHours=24
DayMemory=64
NightMemory=256
DayStartTime=630
DayEndTime=150
ComputerID=C352C8A5E
LastEndDatesSent=1078451555
SelfTest1280Passed=1
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Old 2004-03-10, 06:36   #2
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Hmmm. Might be a bug!
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Old 2004-03-10, 14:32   #3
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Did you stop, exit and restart Prime95 after the change?

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Old 2004-03-10, 15:28   #4
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If I remember rightly (and I might very well not!) you cannot have times wrapping around over midnight. For it to work, "Daytime begins" must be earlier in the day (i.e. less than) than "Daytime ends".
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Aha, a built in feature. This is George's attempt to tell folks to keep normal hours.
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Old 2004-03-10, 15:43   #6
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Reboot It
If I remember rightly (and I might very well not!) you cannot have times wrapping around over midnight. For it to work, "Daytime begins" must be earlier in the day (i.e. less than) than "Daytime ends".
It works here.
Daytime begins 11:00
Daytime end 5:00

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Old 2004-03-10, 20:45   #7
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Quote:
It works here.
Daytime begins 11:00
Daytime end 5:00

11:00 "AM" and 5:00 "AM" ?

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Old 2004-03-10, 20:48   #8
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ET_
Did you stop, exit and restart Prime95 after the change?

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Yes
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Old 2004-03-10, 20:55   #9
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Quote:
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11:00 "AM" and 5:00 "AM" ?
24h clock, so: yes
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Old 2004-03-10, 23:52   #10
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24h clock, so: yes
Perhaps you could try my parameters in your local.ini :
DayStartTime=630
DayEndTime=150

I am running v23.8.1 on Win98SE
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Old 2004-03-11, 02:16   #11
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Hmmm. Might be a bug!
Prime95 has code in it to handle this case. Let me know if it really isn't working.
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