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Old 2020-10-11, 07:38   #1
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Default Whoops, I messed up..

I literally just put my results.json.txt into the manual results submission form and it seems to have accepted duplicates of my past ECM results.. I recieved an extra 31.835 GHz Days of work on my account... I should have just extracted the single result I wanted to submit. Is there any way to delete/invalidate those duplicate ECM results?

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Old 2020-10-11, 17:36   #2
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I literally just put my results.json.txt into the manual results submission form and it seems to have accepted duplicates of my past ECM results.. I recieved an extra 31.835 GHz Days of work on my account... I should have just extracted the single result I wanted to submit. Is there any way to delete/invalidate those duplicate ECM results?
Don't worry about it -- honest mistake.

The spurious ECM results are harmless, the only downside is those exponents will switch to the next B1 value a little sooner.
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