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2021-04-30, 17:55   #265
Prime95
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Quote:
 Originally Posted by LaurV Update: b4 still has the issue with hanging when exiting (it was doing P+1, it may be related or not). It needs to be killed from taskman on both Win7 and Win10. When you "stop" it (from the menu, or right-clicking the icon), two or three workers (from 6) still won't stop, .
In what P+1 stage were the hung workers? Are the workers mult-threaded?

2021-04-30, 22:04   #266
ATH
Einyen

Dec 2003
Denmark

3,253 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by nordi Maybe you should try "UnreserveExponents=999", which does the opposite of what the name implies: It protects 999 exponents per worker from bein unreserved. I set it on my system because mprime kept unreserving assignments.
I have UnreserveDays=9999. Not sure if it actually uses that full value, but it does not complain and does not unreserve anything.

 2021-04-30, 23:26 #267 ixfd64 Bemusing Prompter     "Danny" Dec 2002 California 11×13×17 Posts George, any chance you could update post #2 with the version 30.6 bug fixes? Last fiddled with by ixfd64 on 2021-04-30 at 23:26 Reason: removed extra word
2021-05-01, 08:22   #268
LaurV
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Quote:
 Originally Posted by Prime95 In what P+1 stage were the hung workers? Are the workers mult-threaded?
Don't know about the stage, sorry. I finished it, and I won't be back to it too soon, say until they will be offered for automatic assignments. Kinda too much of a headache to make the exponent list for assignments. I also finished my work in 13M (for now). Be back later.

About the threading, yes, there were 6 workers, each using 3 cores, in a 18-cores CPU (i9-10980xe). Usually, second and third hanged. But I am sorry I can not give more details. Right now, doing PRP-CF in same 6 workers, and also doing front P-1 in a single worker (18 cores), not in the same time, of course, haha, everything works fine, as supposed to work. No hanging.

Last fiddled with by LaurV on 2021-05-01 at 08:22

2021-05-01, 12:05   #269
ATH
Einyen

Dec 2003
Denmark

3,253 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by James Heinrich Or you could just look at the live report: https://www.mersenne.org/report_pplus1/?f=1
https://www.mersenne.org/report_pplus1/?f=1&all=1

Only 14 of the 24 current listed factors are real P+1 factors. The rest are old factors found again or combination of old factors found as composite or the same P+1 factors from days ago found for the 2nd time, because people are not using the known factors in the worktodo lines.

Any way to improve the report?

These 10 are not real:

Code:
92 821		40000000 5240000000	6	5	6042060144547476324897523777583				2021-04-30 05:09:12.250
296 663		10000000 500000000	6	5	33472736879943425145991507583				2021-04-30 13:15:54.873
19 000 043	1000000	1000000		6	5	3062497001568580991					2021-04-29 06:41:20.290
19 000 087	1000000	55000000	6	5	composite:165612834709033744097242153925591		2021-04-29 21:33:07.540
19 000 099	1000000	1000000		6	5	composite: 6556735832659867930257216861791		2021-04-30 00:17:38.310
19 000 187	1000000	1000000		6	5	composite: 2148714300288186353				2021-04-30 11:50:22.557
19 000 259	1000000	1000000		6	5	composite: 1449071846137904258057			2021-04-29 20:02:07.513
19 000 411	1000000	57000000	6	5	composite: 3759440282766424334351228034173859299863351	2021-04-29 01:12:55.823
19 000 697	1000000	54000000	6	5	457554313955057777					2021-04-30 07:22:56.087
19 000 853	1000000	57000000	6	5	26850678692775826607					2021-04-29 21:36:39.270

We are at 14 factors from 5038 curves: 9 P+1 smooth and 5 P-1 smooth.

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Last fiddled with by ATH on 2021-05-01 at 12:19

 2021-05-01, 15:46 #270 nordi   Dec 2016 3×5×7 Posts One number is actually missing from the P+1 report: a factor was found for M92459 . It was found in stage 1 of P+1, so it probably slipped through the mechanism that creates that report.
2021-05-01, 17:50   #271
Prime95
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Yeehaw, FL

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by nordi One number is actually missing from the P+1 report: a factor was found for M92459 . It was found in stage 1 of P+1, so it probably slipped through the mechanism that creates that report.
A bug in the SQL VIEW that tosses rows where a subsequent run used larger bounds

2021-05-01, 18:22   #272
ATH
Einyen

Dec 2003
Denmark

325310 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by nordi One number is actually missing from the P+1 report: a factor was found for M92459 . It was found in stage 1 of P+1, so it probably slipped through the mechanism that creates that report.
It has been showing in the factor only report since you found it:

https://www.mersenne.org/report_pplus1/?f=1&all=1

 2021-05-01, 18:58 #273 crasher86   May 2021 110 Posts I'm kind off clueless. While pime 30.3.1.0 (beta6) passes all large FFTs 30.5.0.0 and 30.6.1.0(beta6) gets Fatal error on every worker in the first test. 30.6.1.0(beta6): Test1, 44000 Lucas-Lehmer iterations of M7471106 using FMA3 FFT lenght 384K, Pass1=384, Pass2=1K, clm=1. Fatal ERROR:Final result was 00000000, expected:3D4F6CBB. Hardware failure detected running 384K FFT size. This behaviour is even under factory defaults. Is there a Problem with ryzen 5800x (2CCD versions, with 1 deacivated CCD)
2021-05-01, 20:52   #274
Prime95
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Quote:
 Originally Posted by crasher86 I'm kind off clueless. While pime 30.3.1.0 (beta6) passes all large FFTs 30.5.0.0 and 30.6.1.0(beta6) gets Fatal error on every worker in the first test.
A bug was introduced somewhere in the 30.4/30.5 changes. Your problem is fixed in 30.6 build 4.

2021-05-02, 00:00   #275
James Heinrich

"James Heinrich"
May 2004
ex-Northern Ontario

13·277 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by ATH Only 14 of the 24 current listed factors are real P+1 factors. Any way to improve the report?
I have updated the report to show prime component factors when a composite was reported by P+1.
And the discovery date of each prime factor is compared to the P+1 run date, and already-known factors are now shown smaller (and with a tooltip indicating the discovery date). If you have UI suggestions for how to present this better it can be modified.

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