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2021-08-26, 22:21   #2311
James Heinrich

"James Heinrich"
May 2004
ex-Northern Ontario

3,499 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by ric A quick question (maybe for James, since he mentioned mantaining reports): the simple text version of the PRP report is currently omitting a few fields, namely initial shift, residue type and base: is this intentional?
Thanks, that was my fault. I recently unified the code between the LL and PRP reports but missed those 3 columns (on both plain-text and HTML versions). Please check again, let me know if it's not looking as expected now.

2021-08-27, 09:56   #2312
ric

Jul 2004
Milan, Ita

22×47 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by James Heinrich Please check again
All is fine now, thanks for the promptness. As a low-priority request, would it be feasible to add the initial shift count to the LL report as well?

2021-08-27, 14:39   #2313
James Heinrich

"James Heinrich"
May 2004
ex-Northern Ontario

66538 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by ric would it be feasible to add the initial shift count to the LL report as well?
Would, is, done.

2021-08-27, 20:44   #2314
ric

Jul 2004
Milan, Ita

22×47 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by James Heinrich Would, is, done.

2021-08-28, 07:35   #2315
S485122

"Jacob"
Sep 2006
Brussels, Belgium

6CE16 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by James Heinrich Would, is, done.
Thanks for adding the "Jump to" links. It facilitates the navigation when there are a lot of results. A last one at the end of the list would make it perfect.

Then at the moment it is possible to sort only the first category, it would be nice to be able to sort the others as well in those reports. (For instance if there are Verified and Unverified tests, only the first category can be sorted.)

2021-08-28, 10:45   #2316
James Heinrich

"James Heinrich"
May 2004
ex-Northern Ontario

3,499 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by S485122 "Jump to" links... at the end of the list would make it perfect. Then at the moment it is possible to sort only the first category
Sorting fixed, jump links added at the end (both issues apply to both LL and PRP reports).

2021-08-28, 11:18   #2317
S485122

"Jacob"
Sep 2006
Brussels, Belgium

2×13×67 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by James Heinrich Sorting fixed, jump links added at the end (both issues apply to both LL and PRP reports).
Marvellous : thanks a lot for your dedication and responsiveness !

 2021-09-02, 07:17 #2318 S485122     "Jacob" Sep 2006 Brussels, Belgium 2×13×67 Posts Exponent Status Distribution : some ranges don't add up Some ranges in the Work Distribution Map have more exponents when counted by their status (Prime, Factored, Checked, One LL, Error, no tests) than the total number of prime exponents in the range. It might be a consequence of the introduction of PRP tests. When looking at the "PrimeNet Activity Summary 2021-09-02 05:00 UTC" the following ranges don't add up. (Those ranges don't have any "Error" or "No LL" exponents.) Code:  Range Exp. Prime Fact'd Checked OneLL Extra 1000000 70435 2 53030 17407 4 3000000 66330 1 46893 19437 1 4000000 65367 45425 19943 1 6000000 63799 1 43388 20411 1 7000000 63129 42632 20498 1 10000000 61938 41350 20591 3 83000000 54822 35483 1207 18133 1 101000000 54316 35141 14730 4446 1
 2021-09-02, 07:51 #2319 S485122     "Jacob" Sep 2006 Brussels, Belgium 2×13×67 Posts Work distribution map : missing or extra available exponents in some ranges Some ranges in the Work Distribution Map have missing or too many exponents, in most cases this situation is ongoing for some months. For exponents below 40M the ranges 15M and 21M have more available for TF than there are unfactored ; 1M, 3M, 4M, 6M, 7M, 10M, 23M, 30M have less. 899M has 1 more exponent available for factoring or testing than there are unfactored. 60M, 61M, 63M, 103M, 104M, 105M, 106M, 107M, 108M, 109M, 110M, 111M, 112M, 113M, 122M, 126M, 132M, 150M, 161M, 164M, 165M, 166M, 184M, 332M, 333M, 371M, 843M have missing exponents : the number of exponents being worked on, plus those available is less than the number of those not yet factored or (probably) proven composite.
 2021-09-04, 13:56 #2320 DrobinsonPE   Aug 2020 1408 Posts Primenet CPU Speed Reporting It appears that the Primenet CPU Speed Calculation Favors Intel processors over AMD processors. Please see the attached pictures of a Ryzen 5 5600G vs a I3-9100. The only reason I bring this up is that the Ryzen 5 5600G seems to be stuck doing double check work because it is calculated to be too slow to get first time work per the Primenet thresholds (see attached picture). I can confirm that the 5600G is twice as fast as the I3-9100. Attached Thumbnails
2021-09-04, 17:43   #2321
Prime95
P90 years forever!

Aug 2002
Yeehaw, FL

763210 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by DrobinsonPE It appears that the Primenet CPU Speed Calculation Favors Intel processors over AMD processors.
Fixed for future Ryzen CPUs that are registered.

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