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Old 2020-10-09, 21:33   #1992
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I know poaching is frowned upon, but in this case...:sigh:
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Old 2020-10-10, 00:02   #1993
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I know poaching is frowned upon, but in this case...:sigh:
That isn't the response : it negates the whole reservation system.

I could be those reservations are a statement about the ability to reserve exponents from CAT 0 and 1 through the manual testing pages.

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Old 2020-10-10, 00:53   #1994
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Ehh now Curtisc has approximately the same assignments?

https://www.mersenne.org/assignments...first=1&exp1=1
Is the poor pathetic loser nicknamed "El Dorko" back? May be. The reservations came from a Tor Exit IP address.

Yes, the reservations are connected to the official curtisc account, but all one needs for that is to guess the curtisc account user login (but not the password) or have access to one of the UCMO computers. The original reservations did not come from the curtisc account.
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Old 2020-10-10, 18:55   #1995
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I wish there was a report available that showed how many of each version of Prime95 are in use.
Let's see if I can get some basic stats for the last month (September 2020)

v4 client results = 10
v5 auto results = 201,069
manual assigned results = 3,513,541
manual unassigned results = 358,518

A lot of those manual results (both assigned and unassigned) come from GPU TF work, and gpuOwl since they can't use the API (maybe someday). But the bulk are TF results.

Here's a table of the v5 clients that reported automatically. Getting client info from the manual results entries is possible but kind of a hassle to do in bulk.

Sorry it's not formatted more pretty, but you can dump it into a spreadsheet if you really want to explore. :) I just sorted by the app name/version.

Code:
app_version_name	Count
FreeBSD 64-bit,Prime95,v27.9,build 1	8
FreeBSD 64-bit,Prime95,v28.7,build 1	9
FreeBSD 64-bit,Prime95,v29.4,build 5	4
FreeBSD 64-bit,Prime95,v29.8,build 6	953
FreeBSD 64-bit,Prime95,v30.3,build 5	15
FreeBSD 64-bit,Prime95,v30.3,build 6	44
Linux,Prime95,v25.9,build 4	55
Linux,Prime95,v27.9,build 1	38
Linux,Prime95,v28.10,build 1	2
Linux,Prime95,v28.7,build 1	138
Linux,Prime95,v28.9,build 2	75
Linux,Prime95,v29.4,build 7	69
Linux,Prime95,v29.8,build 3	96
Linux,Prime95,v29.8,build 6	42
Linux64,Mlucas,v19	18
Linux64,Prime95,v26.6,build 3	20
Linux64,Prime95,v27.7,build 2	11
Linux64,Prime95,v27.9,build 1	11
Linux64,Prime95,v28.10,build 1	303
Linux64,Prime95,v28.5,build 2	724
Linux64,Prime95,v28.7,build 1	1449
Linux64,Prime95,v29.3,build 1	14
Linux64,Prime95,v29.4,build 5	140
Linux64,Prime95,v29.4,build 7	480
Linux64,Prime95,v29.4,build 8	1844
Linux64,Prime95,v29.6,build 3	91
Linux64,Prime95,v29.8,build 3	946
Linux64,Prime95,v29.8,build 6	53443
Linux64,Prime95,v29.8,build 7	1312
Linux64,Prime95,v30.2,build 1	2
Linux64,Prime95,v30.3,build 2	28180
Linux64,Prime95,v30.3,build 3	304
Linux64,Prime95,v30.3,build 4	6411
Linux64,Prime95,v30.3,build 5	866
Linux64,Prime95,v30.3,build 6	5983
Mac OS X 64-bit,Prime95,v25.9,build 4	40
Mac OS X 64-bit,Prime95,v26.5,build 5	5
Mac OS X 64-bit,Prime95,v26.6,build 3	44
Mac OS X 64-bit,Prime95,v27.7,build 2	4
Mac OS X 64-bit,Prime95,v27.9,build 1	8
Mac OS X 64-bit,Prime95,v28.5,build 2	7
Mac OS X 64-bit,Prime95,v28.7,build 1	19
Mac OS X 64-bit,Prime95,v28.9,build 2	8
Mac OS X 64-bit,Prime95,v29.4,build 6	2
Mac OS X 64-bit,Prime95,v29.4,build 7	80
Mac OS X 64-bit,Prime95,v29.6,build 3	5
Mac OS X 64-bit,Prime95,v29.7,build 1	6
Mac OS X 64-bit,Prime95,v29.8,build 3	3
Mac OS X 64-bit,Prime95,v29.8,build 4	13
Mac OS X 64-bit,Prime95,v29.8,build 6	62
Mac OS X 64-bit,Prime95,v29.8,build 7	466
Mac OS X 64-bit,Prime95,v30.3,build 6	6
Windows,Prime95,v25.11,build 2	217
Windows,Prime95,v25.7,build 3	7
Windows,Prime95,v25.8,build 5	4
Windows,Prime95,v25.9,build 4	218
Windows,Prime95,v26.5,build 3	1
Windows,Prime95,v26.5,build 5	4
Windows,Prime95,v26.6,build 3	63
Windows,Prime95,v27.7,build 2	28
Windows,Prime95,v27.9,build 1	141
Windows,Prime95,v28.10,build 1	80
Windows,Prime95,v28.5,build 1	3
Windows,Prime95,v28.5,build 2	373
Windows,Prime95,v28.6,build 1	156
Windows,Prime95,v28.7,build 1	57
Windows,Prime95,v28.9,build 2	106
Windows,Prime95,v29.1,build 13	14
Windows,Prime95,v29.3,build 1	25
Windows,Prime95,v29.4,build 5	32
Windows,Prime95,v29.4,build 7	1963
Windows,Prime95,v29.7,build 1	4
Windows,Prime95,v29.8,build 3	94
Windows,Prime95,v29.8,build 6	319
Windows,Prime95,v30.3,build 6	37
Windows64,Prime95,v25.11,build 2	20
Windows64,Prime95,v25.9,build 4	7
Windows64,Prime95,v26.5,build 5	2
Windows64,Prime95,v26.6,build 3	67
Windows64,Prime95,v27.6,build 1	1
Windows64,Prime95,v27.7,build 2	83
Windows64,Prime95,v27.9,build 1	493
Windows64,Prime95,v28.10,build 1	600
Windows64,Prime95,v28.3,build 1	1
Windows64,Prime95,v28.5,build 2	755
Windows64,Prime95,v28.7,build 1	2150
Windows64,Prime95,v28.9,build 2	2481
Windows64,Prime95,v29.1,build 14	6
Windows64,Prime95,v29.1,build 16	32
Windows64,Prime95,v29.2,build 4	1
Windows64,Prime95,v29.2,build 5	1
Windows64,Prime95,v29.3,build 1	73
Windows64,Prime95,v29.4,build 2	512
Windows64,Prime95,v29.4,build 5	5303
Windows64,Prime95,v29.4,build 7	345
Windows64,Prime95,v29.4,build 8	18642
Windows64,Prime95,v29.5,build 5	3
Windows64,Prime95,v29.5,build 8	21
Windows64,Prime95,v29.5,build 9	6
Windows64,Prime95,v29.6,build 2	1
Windows64,Prime95,v29.6,build 7	17
Windows64,Prime95,v29.7,build 1	11
Windows64,Prime95,v29.8,build 1	7
Windows64,Prime95,v29.8,build 3	9111
Windows64,Prime95,v29.8,build 5	1635
Windows64,Prime95,v29.8,build 6	34294
Windows64,Prime95,v30.1,build 1	252
Windows64,Prime95,v30.2,build 1	27
Windows64,Prime95,v30.3,build 1	49
Windows64,Prime95,v30.3,build 2	439
Windows64,Prime95,v30.3,build 3	592
Windows64,Prime95,v30.3,build 4	2329
Windows64,Prime95,v30.3,build 5	1291
Windows64,Prime95,v30.3,build 6	6054
WindowsService,Prime95,v26.6,build 3	2
WindowsService,Prime95,v27.7,build 2	1
WindowsService,Prime95,v27.9,build 1	18
WindowsService,Prime95,v28.5,build 2	20
WindowsService,Prime95,v28.6,build 1	11
WindowsService,Prime95,v28.7,build 1	7
WindowsService,Prime95,v28.9,build 2	23
WindowsService,Prime95,v29.4,build 7	2225
WindowsService,Prime95,v29.8,build 3	898
WindowsService,Prime95,v29.8,build 6	104
WindowsService,Prime95,v30.3,build 6	1222
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Old 2020-10-11, 00:25   #1996
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Amazing there are 10 v4 clients still. Version5 started in 2008 around October if I remember correctly, so 12 years exactly.

Here are the stats by operating system and by version. Version 30.x prevalence is currently: 26.91%

Code:
FreeBSD 64-bit	1033	0.51%
Linux 32-bit	515	0.26%
Linux 64-bit	102552 51.00%
MAC OS X 64-bit	778	0.39%
Windows 32-bit	3946	1.96%
Windows 64-bit	87714  43.62%
WindowsService	4531	2.25%
-----------------------------
Total		201069
Code:
Mlucas v19	18	0.01%
Prime95 v25.x	568	0.28%
Prime95 v26.x	208	0.10%
Prime95 v27.x	845	0.42%
Prime95 v28.x	9557	4.75%
Prime95 v29.x	135770 67.52%
Prime95 v30.x	54103  26.91%
-----------------------------
Total		201069
Full version list:
Code:
Mlucas v19		18	0.01%
Prime95 v25.7 build 3	7	0.00%
Prime95 v25.8 build 5	4	0.00%
Prime95 v25.9 build 4	320	0.16%
Prime95 v25.11 build 2	237	0.12%
Prime95 v26.5 build 3	1	0.00%
Prime95 v26.5 build 5	11	0.01%
Prime95 v26.6 build 3	196	0.10%
Prime95 v27.6 build 1	1	0.00%
Prime95 v27.7 build 2	127	0.06%
Prime95 v27.9 build 1	717	0.36%
Prime95 v28.3 build 1	1	0.00%
Prime95 v28.5 build 1	3	0.00%
Prime95 v28.5 build 2	1879	0.93%
Prime95 v28.6 build 1	167	0.08%
Prime95 v28.7 build 1	3829	1.90%
Prime95 v28.9 build 2	2693	1.34%
Prime95 v28.10 build 1	985	0.49%
Prime95 v29.1 build 13	14	0.01%
Prime95 v29.1 build 14	6	0.00%
Prime95 v29.1 build 16	32	0.02%
Prime95 v29.2 build 4	1	0.00%
Prime95 v29.2 build 5	1	0.00%
Prime95 v29.3 build 1	112	0.06%
Prime95 v29.4 build 2	512	0.25%
Prime95 v29.4 build 5	5479	2.72%
Prime95 v29.4 build 6	2	0.00%
Prime95 v29.4 build 7	5162	2.57%
Prime95 v29.4 build 8	20486  10.19%
Prime95 v29.5 build 5	3	0.00%
Prime95 v29.5 build 8	21	0.01%
Prime95 v29.5 build 9	6	0.00%
Prime95 v29.6 build 2	1	0.00%
Prime95 v29.6 build 3	96	0.05%
Prime95 v29.6 build 7	17	0.01%
Prime95 v29.7 build 1	21	0.01%
Prime95 v29.8 build 1	7	0.00%
Prime95 v29.8 build 3	11148	5.54%
Prime95 v29.8 build 4	13	0.01%
Prime95 v29.8 build 5	1635	0.81%
Prime95 v29.8 build 6	89217  44.37%
Prime95 v29.8 build 7	1778	0.88%
Prime95 v30.1 build 1	252	0.13%
Prime95 v30.2 build 1	29	0.01%
Prime95 v30.3 build 1	49	0.02%
Prime95 v30.3 build 2	28619  14.23%
Prime95 v30.3 build 3	896	0.45%
Prime95 v30.3 build 4	8740	4.35%
Prime95 v30.3 build 5	2172	1.08%
Prime95 v30.3 build 6	13346	6.64%
-------------------------------------
Total			201069

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Old 2020-10-11, 12:21   #1997
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Same stats from Madpoo, viewed a bit differently, in the attachment.
It would be interesting to see data for manual results breakdown, for LL, PRP, Gpuowl, CUDALucas, OS, etc.
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Old 2020-10-11, 18:11   #1998
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I was assigned my own CERT. I don't know if this is desired behavior, but I would think that independent verifications would be preferred, so maybe this is a server issue.

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Old 2020-10-11, 18:53   #1999
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I was assigned my own CERT. I don't know if this is desired behavior, but I would think that independent verifications would be preferred, so maybe this is a server issue.

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Self veryifying a CERT is OK. Even though you possess the proof file, you cannot fool the certification process.
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Old 2020-10-16, 07:00   #2000
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The hourly status report for the 10M range shows

https://www.mersenne.org/primenet/
Code:
Exponent Range    | Composite  
 Start   Count  P |   F    DC  
10000000 61938    | 40933 21007
If we add 40933 and 21007 that comes to 61940, more than the 61938 primes stated.

Also there is 1 "Status Unproven ERR" in the range!

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Old 2020-10-16, 14:07   #2001
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I have noticed that one of my manual FT PRP assignments was already run. But the interesting part is it wasn't poached. Run was finished a few months before assigning to me...

How could that happen? The original run doesn't say it is suspect, so that shouldn't be the case.
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EDIT: Heh, sorry, I forgot to tell you, what exponent it is 109001383

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I have noticed that one of my manual FT PRP assignments was already run... The original run doesn't say it is suspect, so that shouldn't be the case.
This is a DC assignment that needs to be run, the question is only why this was assigned to you if you're asking for 1st-time work.
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