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Old 2021-09-04, 19:15   #2322
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Fixed for future Ryzen CPUs that are registered.
Thank you very much! The 5600G did finally get assigned a first test so I might have been worrying for nothing. I just saw that the assignment rules had been updated and it looked like my newest machine might never get to do a first test.
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Old 2021-09-06, 07:15   #2323
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Default exponent erroneously marked as being in error

The Progress report shows one test result as being in error :
Code:
----------=-----=-- | -----=-----=-----=-----=----- | -----=-----=-----=----- | -----=-----=-----=----- |
  Exponent Range    | Composite  | Status Unproven  |        Assigned         |        Available        |
   Start   Count  P |   F    DC  |LL/PRP  ERR NO-LL |  ECM   P-1  LL/PRP  DC  |  ECM   P-1  LL/PRP  DC  |
----------=-----=-- | -----=-----=-----=-----=----- | -----=-----=-----=----- | -----=-----=-----=----- |
  10000000 61938    | 41350 20588           1       |                 5       | 20588                   |
I think the exponent in question is 10496897. storm5510's PRP result is marked as suspect (which is why it shows in the ERR column I suppose.) Looking at the residue I suspect that result is good.
Anyway the Mersenne number has been LL tested and verified, PRP tested and verified, it has also been factored. Even if there are bad LL or PRP results it doesn't change the status of the exponent.

The numbers tally OK in the other ranges (the number of exponents is equal to the total of the exponents in the different states, i.e. prime, factored, verified, unverified, suspect and no primality test.)

The number of exponents being worked upon or available have been corrected in the ranges under 23M.
Thanks to whoever made the corrections !

In the higher ranges there are still a lot of missing exponents (the number of not yet cleared exponents is higher than the number assigned or available.)
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Old 2021-09-08, 21:41   #2324
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The PrimeNet graphs page seems to be blank. There is everything there should be, apart from the graphs themselves.
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Old 2021-09-08, 21:53   #2325
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The PrimeNet graphs page seems to be blank. There is everything there should be, apart from the graphs themselves.
Are you talking about this URL?

The Google graphs are working for me at this instant in time. (Firefox under Fedora 34.)

Lots of client-side there.
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Old 2021-09-08, 22:11   #2326
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Are you talking about this URL?

The Google graphs are working for me at this instant in time. (Firefox under Fedora 34.)

Lots of client-side there.
It seems to have been a temporary client-side issue. For a few minutes, messenger.com and Google logo were not available. It probably affected this page too.
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Old 2021-09-11, 00:28   #2327
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There seems to be an inconsistency in situations where an LL result is "verified".

For instance: 57724487 shows the LL result as verified, because the exponent has since been factored.
I've even seen (but don't have an example at hand) where mismatched LL results on an exponent were both shown as verified when the number had been subsequently factored, even though at least one of the LL tests had to be bad.

However: 59409379 does not show the LL result as verified, even though there's a subsequent PRP with certification.
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Old 2021-09-11, 00:55   #2328
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For instance: 57724487 shows the LL result as verified, because the exponent has since been factored.
59409379 does not show the LL result as verified, even though there's a subsequent PRP with certification.
In both cases the LL test claimed the number was composite. When a factor was found we know for certain that the number is indeed composite, although we are not 100% certain that the LL residue is correct, it really doesn't matter.
In the second case we still don't know that the single LL test residue is accurate, but we do know the number is composite from the PRP test.

The display is a bit inconsistent, but that's what you get with trying to fit a new primality test type into the system 20 years later.
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Old 2021-09-17, 13:46   #2329
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Found an oops in the system.
102436709, 102437149, & 102982241 all have mismatched LL tests. Jan S. got a PRP assignment on each and turned in a P-1 test before the PRP was run. That dropped the assignment on PrimeNet. If a person is assigned a PRP or LL test, shouldn't that assignment be retained if they turn in a NF TF or P-1?
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Old 2021-09-17, 13:48   #2330
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Found an oops in the system.
102436709, 102437149, & 102982241 all have mismatched LL tests. Jan S. got a PRP assignment on each and turned in a P-1 test before the PRP was run. That dropped the assignment on PrimeNet. If a person is assigned a PRP or LL test, shouldn't that assignment be retained if they turn in a NF TF or P-1?
If the result is returned with mismatching AID, the server is confused and nullifies the assignment. It shouldn't IMO.

If the result is returned without AID, it shouldn't do this at all.
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Old 2021-09-17, 15:35   #2331
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Found an oops in the system.
102436709, 102437149, & 102982241 all have mismatched LL tests. Jan S. got a PRP assignment on each and turned in a P-1 test before the PRP was run. That dropped the assignment on PrimeNet. If a person is assigned a PRP or LL test, shouldn't that assignment be retained if they turn in a NF TF or P-1?
I've seen it where holding a P-1 assignment for an exponent, and turning in a P-1 result on it, results in the P-1 assignment getting marked expired, even though it accepts the result also. (An issue reported previously.)
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Old 2021-09-17, 19:17   #2332
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Sure, but that is the same work type. Only a Factor Found should cancel a PRP or LL assignment.
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