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Old 2011-07-14, 22:00   #1
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From the "Today's Numbers" scoreboard:

Teams 454
Users 66118
CPUs 467427
TFLOP/s 2,587,787,541,773,000,192.000
GHz-Days 1,293,893,770,886,500,057,088.000

That's 2.5 EXAflops

Does St. Peter run a server business on the side??? Or has He been crunching since the dawn of time, and just got around to submitting the backlog of results? Are there like 200 Mersenne primes now?

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Old 2011-07-14, 22:39   #2
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#1 on http://www.mersenne.org/report_top_500/:
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     1 Carsten Kossendey    ************ |  28   24   24   24 | 100.0
The ***... means he has too much credit to print, well over curtisc's 967882.121 (I'd guess the max is 100,000,000-0.001). The "24"s indicate he had been #25 for a while until now. The 100.0 is saying 100.0% of his credit is for TF)
If I had to guess based solely on that, I'd say he faked, intentionally or not, a LOT of TF credit.
Edit: Found this here thread. Seems he discovered a bug.

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Old 2011-07-14, 23:51   #3
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#1 on http://www.mersenne.org/report_top_500/:
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     1 Carsten Kossendey    ************ |  28   24   24   24 | 100.0
The ***... means he has too much credit to print, well over curtisc's 967882.121 (I'd guess the max is 100,000,000-0.001). The "24"s indicate he had been #25 for a while until now. The 100.0 is saying 100.0% of his credit is for TF)
If I had to guess based solely on that, I'd say he faked, intentionally or not, a LOT of TF credit.
Edit: Found this here thread. Seems he discovered a bug.
Simply found two factors and submitted their product I guess.

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Old 2011-07-16, 18:32   #4
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Simply found two factors and submitted their product I guess.
I wanted to try out George's "Axon fix", and found the same thing -- it's correctly giving TF credit rather than P-1 credit, but giving wildly too much credit (about 10^27 times too much, according to my reasoning).

edit: Now that the top producers report is updated, I have my time on the top of the pile, quite unjustifiably; hopefully it'll be fixed soon :)
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     1 James Heinrich       ************ | 196  164  150  145 | 100.0

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Old 2011-07-17, 04:28   #5
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George appears to have fixed the bug, reasonable credit is now given for large composite factors.
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Old 2011-07-19, 04:13   #6
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edit: Now that the top producers report is updated, I have my time on the top of the pile, quite unjustifiably; hopefully it'll be fixed soon :)
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Shucks -- I thought that maybe you had found a way to make REALLY good use of a GPU (see attachment)...

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Old 2011-07-22, 23:28   #7
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Maybe curtisc just decided to have some fun. :P
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Old 2011-07-25, 05:41   #8
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Maybe curtisc just decided to have some fun. :P
Fantastic thread!!!

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Ahem.
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Whatever it was it happened between 5am and 6am UTC (1am-2am EDT) around 10 hours ago.

5am UTC:
Today's Numbers
Teams 690 Users 121,059 CPUs 917,267 TFLOP/s 194.846 GHz-Days 97,423

6am UTC:
Today's Numbers
Teams 690 Users 121,059 CPUs 917,281 TFLOP/s 57,922.173 GHz-Days 28,961,086

There is nothing big on the recent cleared page back to 2:44 am UTC.
http://www.mersenne.org/report_recent_cleared/

It is another factoring bug. There is a new #1 factoring producer with 28.9 mil Ghz-days :) :
1 Smok_bmv 28904862.001 8847 123

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Old 2014-03-24, 16:10   #11
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Appears to be the following user, as TF under "Manual testing"
http://www.mersenne.ca/stats.php?showuserstats=Smok_bmv
Maybe a bug or a mistake...perhaps he added or deleted a digit or two from a no factor report, causing the credit to go through the roof.
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