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Old 2020-10-15, 01:23   #45
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PRP=N/A,1,2,103347613,-1

Test functioning and able to pause and rerun, but I still cannot register them.
That exponent is registered to someone else, that is one reason you can't register it. Please respect that.
https://www.mersenne.org/report_expo...exp_hi=&full=1
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Old 2020-10-15, 01:33   #46
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I saw "GPU Factoring" everywhere, more than tens of thousands if I check all the pages from 103 millions to 104 millions. Why was an assignment given half a year earlier and still not completed yet?

Also factoring an exponent is different from running a PRP.

If I factor 103347613 from 2^74 to 2^76, it can be finished in 2 days, but it won't tell me whether M103347613 is a prime or not.

Also I'm not turning in the works of the exponents and try to claim any prizes, I only want to see what the LL and PRP tests will run and what the final results will look like.

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Old 2020-10-15, 02:04   #47
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I saw "GPU Factoring" everywhere, more than tens of thousands if I check all the pages from 103 millions to 104 millions. Why was an assignment given half a year earlier and still not completed yet?[/qutoe]
"GPU Factoring" is GPU72's server ID. It used to manage the GPU's that are doing the factoring before the number gets a Primality check.
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Also factoring an exponent is different from running a PRP.
An assignment to someone else is still the exponent assigned to them.
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If I factor 103347613 from 2^74 to 2^76, it can be finished in 2 days, but it won't tell me whether M103347613 is a prime or not.
If a factor is found you will know it is not prime.
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Also I'm not turning in the works of the exponents and/or try to claim any prizes, I only want to see what the LL and PRP tests will run and what the final result will look like.
If it is prime you will see a nice message. If it isn't you will see that it is not and you will see a residue like seen here in the column labelled Residue: https://www.mersenne.org/report_expo...3333269&full=1

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Old 2020-10-15, 20:13   #48
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Poached? I've never asked anyone to pay me anything.
"To encroach on another person's rights or responsibilities" 2b of https://www.thefreedictionary.com/poached

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Old 2020-10-19, 10:25   #49
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If it is prime you will see a nice message. If it isn't you will see that it is not and you will see a residue like seen here in the column labelled Residue: https://www.mersenne.org/report_expo...3333269&full=1
It's not a prime. I don't understand what the result line means, but I let you see the screenshot before I leave the site.

This is indeed not the correct task for me, thanks for let me trying once and explain the steps anyway.
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Old 2020-10-19, 16:39   #50
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It's not a prime. I don't understand what the result line means, but I let you see the screenshot before I leave the site.
The result line says that it is not prime.
Then it gives the Res64, which should be all zeros if the number is prime. It is the last 64 bits of the residue ( https://www.mersenne.org/various/math.php#lucas-lehmer )
Then is info that identifies the program, some random digits that give info to the server. And after that, there is the error code.
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It's not a prime. I don't understand what the result line means, but I let you see the screenshot before I leave the site.

This is indeed not the correct task for me, thanks for let me trying once and explain the steps anyway.
The right digits of the RES64 should have been masked, since it is not yet double-checked.
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Old 2020-10-19, 17:11   #52
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The right digits of the RES64 should have been masked, since it is not yet double-checked.
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Upload an edited version of the image and I will replace the original.
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Old 2020-10-20, 05:06   #53
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Haha, futile, somebody should queue it for PRP :razz:
Scratch that. Not ready for PRP yet. Chris has it on GPU72 for TF beyond 74. Maybe we can arrange to get it from there? (like in, pass it to me if not assigned yet, or if assigned, pass it to me after the current assignee finish his bitlevel? If passed to me I can finish TF, P-1 and possible PRP, if no factor found).

Funny should be if a factor is found, so this clown just wasted his CPU resources (when you don't listen to the people who know the drill...)

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Old 2020-10-20, 08:05   #54
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