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Old 2003-12-26, 12:50   #12
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I'd accidently omitted a couple entries in the MIXED ERRORS table:

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MIXED ERRORS
err code	bad	good	total	bad/total
--------	----	-----	------	----
00010001	28	117	145	.193       1 ILLEGAL SUMOUT error , also  1 SUM(INPUTS) != SUM(OUTPUTS) error
00020001	10	63	73	.136       2 ILLEGAL SUMOUT errors, also  1 SUM(INPUTS) != SUM(OUTPUTS) error
00030001	8	34	42	.190       3 ILLEGAL SUMOUT errors, also  1 SUM(INPUTS) != SUM(OUTPUTS) error
00010002	24	34	58	.413       1 ILLEGAL SUMOUT error , also  2 SUM(INPUTS) != SUM(OUTPUTS) errors
00000101	98	65	163	.601       1 round off > 0.4 error, also  1 SUM(INPUTS) != SUM(OUTPUTS) error
00000102	48	26	74	.648       1 round off > 0.4 error, also  2 SUM(INPUTS) != SUM(OUTPUTS) errors
00000103	35	12	47	.744       1 round off > 0.4 error, also  3 SUM(INPUTS) != SUM(OUTPUTS) errors
00000201	30	18	48	.625       2 round off > 0.4 errors, also 1 SUM(INPUTS) != SUM(OUTPUTS) error

also, the ILLEGAL SUMOUTS table should have had a 16th entry:
00100000	1	37	38	.026

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Old 2003-12-28, 00:07   #13
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newb question - but is there a way to see what the error codes were for various LL tests run by my pc (tom11784/desktop)

It seems as though it always had quite a few rounding >.4 error, but i'm just curious for now - maybe after i get settled for next semester and get a few new pcs up and running i'll look more into why it's doing that ...
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Old 2003-12-28, 01:29   #14
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newb question - but is there a way to see what the error codes were for various LL tests run by my pc (tom11784/desktop)
You can look for your results within HRF3.TXT or LUCAS_V.TXT or BAD (depending on whether your result is unverified, verified good, or verified bad, respectively).

In your case, for that machine you have just the one result:

Code:
33447457,tom11784,desktop,WY1,02002D06
That's a scary-looking error code (final field), which probably means your result has at the very least a 55%-60% chance of being erroneous.


You might want to consider doing double-checks with that particular machine...

Your "laptop" and "work" machines on the other hand have produced 00000000 error codes, which is good. Though still not a guarantee of non-erroneous results, with these you have about a 98.5% chance of a good result.
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Old 2003-12-28, 22:02   #15
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erm - ya - that machine is doing TFs at the 64-66 bit level

I knew it had a lot of rounding errors, but 2D => 45 is more than I thought
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