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Old 2009-12-23, 06:02   #298
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For anyone interested, the following is a relatively recent (within 24 hours) state of the factoring depths.

I have added this report to the GIMPS Visualization Tool, including drill-down views.

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+-----------+-------+--------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+--------+--------+--------+--------+-------+------+------+
| Range     | <60   | F60    | F61     | F62     | F63     | F64     | F65     | F66    | F67    | F68    | F69    | F70   | F71  | >71  |
+-----------+-------+--------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+--------+--------+--------+--------+-------+------+------+
|         0 |   178 |  29984 |   80189 |    3231 |   81473 |  835339 |  119878 | 134029 | 247971 | 451744 | 252065 | 20574 | 4103 |   77 | 
| 100000000 |     0 |      0 |       0 |       0 | 2221623 |  173196 |     509 |    270 |      6 |      3 |      0 |     6 |   68 |   96 | 
| 200000000 |     0 |      0 | 1653006 |  704514 |   60219 |   42681 |     143 |     14 |     55 |      2 |      2 |   221 |    0 |  143 | 
| 300000000 |     0 |      0 |       0 |       0 |       0 | 2291295 |   37032 |  17046 |   5420 |   1300 |   1272 |  1085 |  142 |  811 | 
| 400000000 |     0 |      0 |  967143 |  140968 |    9476 |   25565 | 1243234 |    295 |      5 |      0 |     11 |    15 |    0 |  131 | 
| 500000000 |     0 | 240286 |  242485 |  685999 |  404285 |  239732 |  587525 |      3 |      0 |     12 |      0 |     0 |    0 |  154 | 
| 600000000 | 40317 |  10162 |  191872 |  883585 |   96573 |   43548 | 1110912 |   1481 |    108 |     62 |     65 |    23 |   23 |  131 | 
| 700000000 | 50821 |      0 |  209355 |       0 | 2106272 |   22948 |   10041 |     30 |      1 |      0 |      0 |    21 |    1 |  136 | 
| 800000000 |     0 |      0 |       0 | 2212402 |  170785 |   40242 |     184 |     74 |      7 |      8 |      4 |     1 |   52 |   96 | 
| 900000000 |     0 |      0 |       0 |       0 | 2263609 |  115716 |    4913 |   3048 |    165 |    761 |    671 |   423 |  194 |  110 | 
+-----------+-------+--------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+--------+--------+--------+--------+-------+------+------+

Great!This is exact what I want to know.
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Old 2009-12-23, 12:55   #299
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I have added this report to the GIMPS Visualization Tool, including drill-down views.[/CODE]
I like it! What else do you have cooking?
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Old 2010-01-13, 04:16   #300
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Default 64 bit milestone reached!

The LMH area below 100M is now all done to 2^64 or higher! The last few assignments in 82M have just finished.
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Old 2010-01-13, 14:21   #301
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WooHoo!


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Old 2010-01-13, 14:24   #302
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WooHoo!
So what's the next big project???
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Old 2010-01-27, 16:35   #303
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Default GIMPS Visualiation Tool Slow Down....

I really like what this tool reports and how it works; I use it daily.

However, lately I have noticed frequent slowdowns / pauses. Sometimes the updates are almost instantaneous and sometimes they take close to a minute. I used to be able to hit the IE refresh button (once or twice) during a pause and it usually came back quickly, or I could work in another tab until it responded. However, in the last few days whenever there is a pause on your screen my entire IE session freezes: I can't refresh your tab; I can't even go to another tab --- until your screen responds.

I first noticed this about the time ads started appearing on your page; though I have no real evidence to suggest a correlation.

Thanks
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Old 2010-01-28, 23:00   #304
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OK... So that's even more weird...

I wrote some language which might not have been taken well, and it was deleted (twice)...

Please let me repeat it:

It is the PrimeNet server which empirically has stability issues. Because of resource starvation?

Just because I've reduced my "request-per-minute" count (and lengthened the period my system will stop attempting connections if it notices less-than-nominal responsiveness) doesn't mean there isn't still a problem with the PrimeNet server.

And, thus, that this "matter" might (most likely will) occur again sometime in the future until such time as the fundamental issue is solved.

Not trying to be difficult (quite to the contrary, in fact), but "once-a-month-bugs" are the worst to debug -- particularly if they exist in sub-systems you depend on but don't control (*cough* Microsoft *cough*)....
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Old 2010-01-29, 01:37   #305
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OK... So that's even more weird...

I wrote some language which might not have been taken well, and it was deleted (twice)...
I have observed that the Server Problems Thread is intentionally kept as clean as possible limiting the posts to immediate pressing server matters.

You can read the first two "sticky" posts to see what I mean.
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Old 2010-04-15, 19:18   #306
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Default Another one bites the dust....

As of 7:04 PM today. All exponents (above 1M) are either factored to 62 bits or assigned.

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Old 2010-04-15, 21:05   #307
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As of 7:04 PM today. All exponents (above 1M) are either factored to 62 bits or assigned.

Make that 63 ...
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Old 2010-04-16, 06:04   #308
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As of 7:04 PM today. All exponents (above 1M) are either factored to 62 bits or assigned.
Do you mean "All exponents (above 5 M) are either factored to 63 bits or assigned." ? Between 1 M and 5 M there are a lot of (unassigned) exponents that have only been factored to 61 or 62 bits and afew not even tot that level...

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