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Old 2003-09-22, 18:51   #1
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Default Cleared or assigned exponents that have already been factored

Some cleared exponents are already obsolete because there are known factors for those exponents.

Presumably the factorization was done after the LL test. But maybe not (see next message in this thread).


Using Sept 21 data for factors file
and Sept 22 00:00 data for cleared.txt:

Code:
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factors
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8496343,3230600447596396674049
9002839,12425390829298073833
9790483,129902914923959932607
10244207,24529489696744017047
13143817,27492902320077448663
17534689,2433370235040834695528719
17898691,7428296339456648891513
17990281,306178202003271153056769713


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cleared_l.txt
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8496343,65,D ,0x62AD41333BA63B__,05-Dec-02 17:51,TempleU-DI,DellGXaGhost
9002839,0,  ,0x65C8DC9F27F3E7__,26-Jun-03 17:11,imscorp,cpu0
9790483,65,D ,0x4804B8DEB8C427__,07-Aug-03 11:11,srjiii2,450025
10244207,65,  ,0x494D15F55CBE43__,02-May-03 12:57,GW,P4-2000
13143817,65,D ,0x1DF68E8200B7A7__,05-Mar-03 12:46,jstahl,U9939
17534689,66,  ,0xA5298933031343__,25-Mar-03 08:13,mjwein,C4464E882
17898691,67,  ,0x38ABCF35CB8803__,07-Jun-03 21:14,jwsmith8,CFFB44B21
17990281,67,  ,0x8CD9D2CD20AF66__,15-Mar-03 00:05,Northwestern,C20CE007A
Note: cleared_l.txt is just a derived version of cleared.txt with fixed fields replaced by comma-separated fields, and only the LL tests included.
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Old 2003-09-22, 18:57   #2
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Some assigned exponents are already obsolete because there are known factors for those exponents.

Any LL testing on these is a waste of time.


Using Sept 21 data for factors file
and Sept 22 00:00 data for status.txt:

Code:
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factors
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17810293,90908049478427674879
18744461,68632129428204582631
18751717,56594684636029871897
19090909,110174450540150724107057
19590787,2429168510261477488607
19666981,17258436181577897239258916879
20208691,472713232466199965689


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status_l.txt
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17810293,  ,65,,76.7,-58.7,1.3,,07-Jul-03 08:09,.,CDAB7A17C
18744461,  ,66,,43.7,-33.7,26.3,,09-Aug-03 07:02,abirch,CC5CC5D42
18751717,  ,66,,43.7,-36.7,23.3,,09-Aug-03 07:02,abirch,CC5CC5D42
19090909,  ,66,,62.0,-52.0,8.0,,22-Jul-03 01:34,S116710,C4F296B20
19590787,  ,66,,21.4,6.6,66.6,31-Aug-03 15:10,31-Aug-03 14:57,shaddock,xd
19666981,  ,67,5177344,100.3,75.2,43.2,03-Sep-03 05:53,13-Jun-03 16:32,S94998,C61DF9115
20208691,  ,66,,47.0,59.0,41.0,,06-Aug-03 01:55,rjhenson,SavageMind
Again, status_l.txt is just a derived version of status.txt with fixed-width fields replaced by comma-separated fields for easier manipulation, and with only LL lines (no factorizing lines) included.

Somebody should e-mail user "S94998" , who's already done 5177344 iterations of M19666981, to stop because there's a factor.
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Old 2003-09-22, 19:10   #3
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Some assigned exponents are already obsolete because there are already two matching LL tests.

Note these are not triple-checks of nonmatching LL tests; rather, they are redundant tests of exponents that already have two matching results.


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LUCAS_V.TXT
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7336607,dyballa,,WZ5,365275B92BFE7004,5920544,00000000
7336607,mit.jyu.fi,p2-266,WU1,365275B92BFE7004,5690306,00000000
8304437,S54840,,WX1,B4726B2CBF85BFC8,7895139,00000000
8304437,db,lethe,WU5,B4726B2CBF85BFC8,5856361,00000000
8866751,dyballa,,WZ5,262D0BAB31C2956E,8226735,00000000
8866751,jeffml,pluto,WV2,262D0BAB31C2956E,3771082,00000000
8871503,Andrew_Rice,,WU1,2FA404CD02AC7458,6521576,00000000
8871503,dyballa,,WZ5,2FA404CD02AC7458,1010461,00000000


9000209,S00113,,J3,AD417CBF4C66B79C,,
9000209,lycorn,,WX1,AD417CBF4C66B79C,1174129,00000000
9337429,Paul_Breen,C97F0972A,WX1,04683186F84DFA0E,5513629,00000000
9337429,sbryant,Jarese,WU1,04683186F84DFA0E,7174536,00000000
9601219,S54840,,WX1,B4F7F8E522E4D5DD,7991109,00000000
9601219,mattp,emu,WV1,B4F7F8E522E4D5DD,6203149,00000000
9601253,S54840,,WX1,9F8548E0C5756D1F,6240395,00000000
9601253,rliniger,dec333,WV1,9F8548E0C5756D1F,1945226,00000000
9601367,DSChondrorizos,DSC_001,WZ1,2353D08E032D0E82,8209971,00000000
9601367,vidmar,fin71-cou01,WV5,2353D08E032D0E82,2004604,00000000
9601457,DSChondrorizos,DSC_003,WZ1,95A9B1E08F6114C2,6913606,00000000
9601457,jhunt,superman,WV1,95A9B1E08F6114C2,5826897,00000000
9709891,Paul_Breen,C97F0972A,WX1,F9470C83484D8CA3,4530817,00000000
9709891,mdawson,TSS1,WV1,F9470C83484D8CA3,6427011,00000000
9789431,bright3117,C72969839,WV1,094223ADC0228A88,6174735,00000000
9789431,dyballa,,WZ5,094223ADC0228A88,9589397,00000000


10977301,dyballa,,WZ5,F244636937F0D987,2879983,00000000
10977301,serverserver,server,WW1,F244636937F0D987,3903885,00000000
17785039,Team_Prime_Rib,Bucephalus,WW1,3DD7519E11AD8945,6621782,00010000
17785039,beejaybee,PrimeQA-P5,WW1,3DD7519E11AD8945,5826811,00000000
20099983,beejaybee,Arcturus,WX2,310AC93E31786635,9297263,00000000
20099983,ewmayer,alpha,E2,310AC93E31786635,,
33554393,beejaybee,alfalfa,G2,106A73A7F0FAF4A4,,
33554393,binarydigits,Dennis,WX1,106A73A7F0FAF4A4,27773686,00000000
33554473,beejaybee,Canopus,WW2,D05974A615E8C356,12289190,00000000
33554473,novarese,xxjethro,E2,D05974A615E8C356,,



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status_l.txt
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7336607,D ,64,4055040,641.1,78.0,78.0,11-Sep-03 23:34,19-Dec-01 21:57,S60523,CCDA9E7C7
8304437,D ,65,178474,354.9,21.1,64.1,19-Sep-03 02:03,02-Oct-02 02:38,Criswell,OSHO
8866751,D ,64,,11.8,13.0,60.0,21-Sep-03 01:49,10-Sep-03 06:03,Team_Prime_Rib,garo_aug
8871503,D ,64,,10.8,2.9,60.9,21-Sep-03 21:51,11-Sep-03 06:03,Team_Prime_Rib,garo_jul
9000209,D ,65,95590,326.2,142.1,64.1,19-Sep-03 02:04,30-Oct-02 20:00,Criswell,OSHO
9337429,D ,65,3116296,14.1,10.2,70.2,21-Sep-03 05:04,07-Sep-03 21:16,moregrey,C51494B39
9601219, ,1,,49.6,-2.5,57.5,31-Aug-03 11:23,03-Aug-03 10:10,VLA,KATEHOK
9601253, ,1,,49.6,-0.5,59.5,31-Aug-03 11:23,03-Aug-03 10:10,VLA,KATEHOK
9601367, ,1,,49.6,1.5,61.5,31-Aug-03 11:23,03-Aug-03 10:10,VLA,KATEHOK
9601457, ,1,,49.6,3.5,63.5,31-Aug-03 11:23,03-Aug-03 10:10,VLA,KATEHOK
9709891,D ,64,,91.1,-59.1,0.9,,22-Jun-03 21:26,Paul_Breen_II,
9789431,D ,65,,73.6,-10.6,14.4,11-Jul-03 02:44,10-Jul-03 09:19,Zeratul,CCE98522A
10977301, ,64,,84.1,192.0,112.0,14-Sep-03 01:18,29-Jun-03 22:12,dswanson,xxxx
17785039, ,66,,23.7,10.3,64.3,,29-Aug-03 07:26,S122520,C598B9F13
20099983, ,66,,55.2,-39.2,20.8,,28-Jul-03 19:03,.,CB0493F3F
33554393, ,69,1880196,57.5,508.6,61.6,21-Sep-03 14:35,26-Jul-03 12:02,S07391,CD39B02DD
33554473, ,68,,57.4,270.0,71.0,05-Sep-03 01:58,26-Jul-03 14:11,S30066,C5780F5FD


The test of M33554393 which is currently at iteration 1880196 should probably be halted.

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Old 2003-09-22, 21:40   #4
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I've gone ahead and submitted the factored exponent results as well as the two doublechecked results that are still out under my name. I've used the name garo_dummy to indicate to George that these are not real tests and just used to get Primenet to remove these exponents from the assigned list.
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Old 2003-09-22, 23:56   #5
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Quote:
Originally posted by garo
I've gone ahead and submitted the factored exponent results as well as the two doublechecked results that are still out under my name.
Garo,

I see the two exponents 8866751 and 8871503 assigned to your name, but I'm not sure what you mean by "submitting the factored exponent results".

The factors listed in the above messages are already in the database (within the FACTORS.CMP file).
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Old 2003-09-23, 00:30   #6
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What I mean is that I used the manual tests page to submit a result for these exponents using the faux machine name garo_dummy. In the new cleared.txt you will see all the factored plus my two double checks. And naturally they will be removed from the status.txt
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Old 2003-09-23, 11:49   #7
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I occasionally find a double-check becomes or gets a triple-check; also, but rarely, a first-time test may get an early double-check. I assume this happens when someone else has an exponent assigned to them, it expires, I pick it up (06:00 UTC is currently 4pm here!) and the original assignee eventually completes & returns the exponent. Even if they return it before I do, I don't usually discover it until after my test is done. I think the first time I discovered the doubling-up before my test finished was a couple days ago with M8681291. I just take it as a small risk that is part of picking up expiring exponents.
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Originally posted by garo
What I mean is that I used the manual tests page to submit a result for these exponents using the faux machine name garo_dummy. In the new cleared.txt you will see all the factored plus my two double checks. And naturally they will be removed from the status.txt
OK, but you can use the Manual Test Exponents Release section of the manual tests page to drop exponents assigned to you, so maybe I'm still not understanding something here.


PS, for what it's worth, the latest cleared.txt is now showing these (8866751 and 8871503) as completed yesterday (at 9:33 pm and 9:35 pm respectively) under the original machine names of garo_aug and garo_jul.

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Except that if I release them they get assigned to someone else so that does not solve the problem.

I noticed about the machine names as garo_jul and garo_aug . I guess I made a mistake when entering the results.
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I've unreserved 10977301, which was assigned to me. But unless it gets removed from Primenet (George?), it will eventually get reassigned to someone else.
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Old 2003-10-01, 23:16   #11
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One new redundant test found by scripts.

As garo suggested earlier, I manually re-submitted this factor to Primenet which will hopefully clear it out from the next hourly status.txt file.


Exponents assigned (LL testing) that already have a factor?

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factors
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22851593,35943571306756000889


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STATUS_L.TXT
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22851593, ,65,4,0.9,16.1,60.1,,30-Sep-03 19:38,Siegert,ECE1



But
a) does this mean Primenet will give me credit for "finding" this factor??
b) does user Siegert need to be notified to manually delete the exponent from his worktodo? Or will the client automatically drop it (somehow)? It was only assigned yesterday, chances are no work has been done.
c) How come Primenet is still handing out LL assignments for known-factored exponents? Looking at an old version of cleared.txt:


22851593,65,F,35943571306756000889,20-Aug-03 17:43,SSJ,C45F4478D


So Primenet should have "known" about this factor and dropped the exponent from the list of exponents it hands out.

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