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Old 2009-02-06, 09:52   #12
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The clients run smoothly. The first test set, riesel 290k-300k, is at 296500 at the moment. Great work. It's much faster than LLRnet.
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Old 2009-02-06, 14:23   #13
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Any news on the prpnet/phrot server? I have been busy with day-job issues, but was curious if the parsing issues have been worked out. Have we completed the first test set?

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Completed work is 1010 candidates now. There is no problem at this point.

And what i have heard from Lars there should not be any problem.

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Old 2009-02-15, 23:07   #14
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PRPNet server is empty now.

It work'd well here.


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Old 2009-02-16, 04:16   #15
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I was trying to parse the results. I noticed the following.

Out of the 1086 results submitted by sm5ymt, 13 of the residues began with 8 consecutive zeroes. That is statistically improbable.

I have attached the problem residues....
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Old 2009-02-16, 05:24   #16
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I was trying to parse the results. I noticed the following.

Out of the 1086 results submitted by sm5ymt, 13 of the residues began with 8 consecutive zeroes. That is statistically improbable.

I have attached the problem residues....
Hmm...I think that was a bug in a somewhat older version of the PRPnet client that has long since been fixed. Lennart, did you possibly have an older PRPnet client on one of your machines?
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Old 2009-02-16, 11:53   #17
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I was trying to parse the results. I noticed the following.

Out of the 1086 results submitted by sm5ymt, 13 of the residues began with 8 consecutive zeroes. That is statistically improbable.

I have attached the problem residues....
Yes, If i remember correct it was a bug in Phrot on windows that did this.

It is fixed now .

You can see it here http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpos...12&postcount=7

I missed to change in one computer.

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Old 2009-02-18, 03:46   #18
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I have uploaded another file to this thread.

Could we test this larger set, too?

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Old 2009-02-18, 11:03   #19
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I have uploaded another file to this thread.

Could we test this larger set, too?

The file is loaded on same as last time.

server=100:a:samband.mine.nu:7001

You can find multicore install package here
http://pgllr.mine.nu/PRPNet/multicore/

Only to edit servers. email and clientid.
Use your username in clientid.

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Old 2009-07-30, 21:39   #20
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Here is some new info about PRPNet server

There was some problem with proth i stopped the server.

Now we have got pfgw ver3.2

We have some updates on prpnet.

But now it seems to work.

I started the server again loaded all in from start.

You can find multicore install package here
http://pgllr.mine.nu/PRPNet/

You have to use pfgw 3.2 and PRPNet 2.2.3

I use this server now !


server=SR5:100:1:samband.mine.nu:5500

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Old 2009-08-01, 21:41   #21
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Lennart, when I try to access the http://samband.mine.nu:5500/ page with a web browser (IE8), I get a "cannot display webpage" error. Do you know what might be wrong with this?

Edit: I see that I'm getting the same error for the PrimeGrid servers as well. Yet, I can access the NPLB and CRUS servers just fine.

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Old 2009-08-01, 21:53   #22
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Lennart, when I try to access the http://samband.mine.nu:5500/ page with a web browser (IE8), I get a "cannot display webpage" error. Do you know what might be wrong with this?

Edit: I see that I'm getting the same error for the PrimeGrid servers as well. Yet, I can access the NPLB and CRUS servers just fine.
My candidates file is completed now and i have no more work

About primegrid server: very strange. Can you try those links

http://www.primegrid.com/forum_thread.php?id=1215

It works for me..

Lennart

PS: do you use prpnet.primegrid.com ??

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