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Old 2018-03-08, 10:13   #1
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Is there a way to use the manual reservation form to add GMP-ECM results to one's stats?
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Old 2018-03-08, 15:22   #2
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Yes. You have to reformat the results to look like it came from prime95. The manual results web page will then complain that the checksum isn't right. However, I can add you to the trusted users list and have that web page accept your results anyway.
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I would like to be added too if possible. I was going to send you 28000+ curves from S2 runs in about 2 weeks, but if I could submit them via the manual result form, that would be great too.


Some questions arised regarding the result format. An example in an old results.txt file I found was:
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UID: heliosh/crou, M1493 completed 150 ECM curves, B1=110000000, B2=11000000000, Wg8: xxxxxx, AID:xxxxxx
  • What would I have to put in for Wg8 and AID?
  • Do I only need a single result line for thousands of curves on the same exponent?
  • Do I have to put in the actual B2 size (chosen by gmp-ecm) or the mprime default B2 size (B1*100)?


Thanks
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Yes. You have to reformat the results to look like it came from prime95. The manual results web page will then complain that the checksum isn't right. However, I can add you to the trusted users list and have that web page accept your results anyway.
I would love it, thanks. That would allow my 6 Raspberry PI minions to help GIMPS
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Some questions arised regarding the result format.
Code:
UID: heliosh/crou, M1493 completed 150 ECM curves, B1=110000000, B2=11000000000, Wg8: xxxxxx, AID:xxxxxx
  • What would I have to put in for Wg8 and AID?
  • Do I only need a single result line for thousands of curves on the same exponent?
  • Do I have to put in the actual B2 size (chosen by gmp-ecm) or the mprime default B2 size (B1*100)?
For Wg8 put 00000000
Leave out the ", AID: xxx..."
A single line for the thousands of curves
Use the B2 size chosen by GMP-ECM

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I've tried it with a small batch of 500 curves and it seems to work, thanks a lot.


However, the results are now twice in the database, once for S1 (mprime) and once for the manually submitted S2 (gmp-ecm):
(2^1259-1)

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2018-02-18    Hexaflexagon    NF-ECM    250 curves, B1=110000000, B2=110000000
2018-02-18    Hexaflexagon    NF-ECM    250 curves, B1=110000000, B2=110000000
2018-03-09    Hexaflexagon    NF-ECM    500 curves, B1=110000000, B2=794612869066

Also I got an unrealistic amount of GHz-days credited (452.3077) while in reality it was only about 11.2 GHz-days for S2.
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My test submission did not appear. Neither on my account nor in the recent list.
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In the future, don't submit the stage 1 only results produced by mprime.

GMP-ECM stage 2 bounds will produce outlandish GHz-days. You are credited as if prime95 did that huge stage 2 bound.
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Oh ok. I was using manual assignments from the webpage in order to keep track of the progress. I guess they can't be prevented from being submitted.

In future I will let mprime generate the jobs.
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Yes. You have to reformat the results to look like it came from prime95. The manual results web page will then complain that the checksum isn't right. However, I can add you to the trusted users list and have that web page accept your results anyway.
Can something like this be done for gmp-ecm P-1 results also? I have some gpu CUDAPm1 partial results I'm contemplating finishing in gmp-ecm, out of necessity, since CUDAPm1 can do stage 1 P-1 to higher levels than it can perform stage 2 for. Limits depend on stage and gpu model and are not documented.
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