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Flaukrotist 2021-07-18 17:47

On the exponent details page [URL]https://www.mersenne.ca/exponent/104866261[/URL] the assignment details at the very top are not updated anymore. The stated assignment is finished for some days now but the information about it is still shown. It says "last checked: 2021-07-11 03:54:02" on mouseover.[FONT=Verdana][SIZE=2]
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James Heinrich 2021-07-18 18:18

[QUOTE=Flaukrotist;583486]On the exponent details page [URL]https://www.mersenne.ca/exponent/104866261[/URL] the assignment details at the very top are not updated anymore. The stated assignment is finished for some days now but the information about it is still shown. It says "last checked: 2021-07-11 03:54:02" on mouseover.[/QUOTE]Thanks. The code that removed completed assignments wasn't working as intended (new assignments were being added but expired assignments weren't being removed). Should be working now.

James Heinrich 2021-07-18 18:31

[QUOTE=LaurV;583418]"calculate the number of digits in an exponent" (?!) - well, not much to calculate there, the exponents all we work with, in gimps range, have 9 digits at most :razz:[/QUOTE]Mathematicians and programmers are so... pedantic :rolleyes:

[QUOTE=LaurV;583418]And, as we are here, James, can you please add one line to the [URL="https://www.mersenne.org/manual_result/"]manual report page[/URL], after we paste the report lines and click the "submit" button, the report that is generated should have the time at which the page is served back to me, just say "this page generated at 2021-07-18, 15:23:45", or similar. That would be very useful when we report manual results many times per day, from multiple computers.[/QUOTE]You can't post requests for mersenne.org in a mersenne.ca thread! :richd:

All pages on mersenne.org have an automatic timestamp in the footer similar to:
[quote]Current time: 2021-07-18 18:26 UTC - Page rendered in 0.0421s[/quote]
I have also just added a start-of-processing timestamp specifically at the top of manual results:[quote]Found 2 lines to process at 2021-07-18T18:26:19[/quote]

LaurV 2021-07-19 04:28

[QUOTE=James Heinrich;583490]I have also just added a start-of-processing timestamp specifically at the top of manual results:[/QUOTE]
That is perfect, thanks. Exactly what I need.
But I am still holding a grudge on you, for those redneck dates... (including the fact that you only changed the boxes from text to date, and fixed it in ugly, unsortable, unorderable redneck format, making me click 7 times and scrolling through a calendar instead of just pressing a single key - firefox remembers the text boxes' content - and moreover, you didn't "fix" the text around, which still shows standard ISO8601 format, hahaha). Man, not all of us are Americans. :yucky:

James Heinrich 2021-07-19 11:39

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[QUOTE=LaurV;583508]But I am still holding a grudge on you, for those redneck dates... (including the fact that you only changed the boxes from text to date, and fixed it in ugly, unsortable, unorderable redneck format, making me click 7 times and scrolling through a calendar instead of just pressing a single key - firefox remembers the text boxes' content - and moreover, you didn't "fix" the text around, which still shows standard ISO8601 format, hahaha). Man, not all of us are Americans. :yucky:[/QUOTE]I'm not American either. I don't know what "redneck" format of date you're referring to, the dates are handled internally as YYYY-MM-DD, if you're seeing anything different that's an issue with your browser/andor configuration. You don't need to click 7 times anything for a date input, just type the date you want.

edit: Looking at a simple [url=https://www.w3schools.com/tags/tryit.asp?filename=tryhtml5_input_type_date]test page[/url] in Firefox and Chrome I see that Firefox is showing the US-style date of which you complain. Chrome presents the date in the proper way, as do Edge and Opera (see attached comparative screenshots). So don't blame me if it's your browser presenting things you don't like, submit a bug report to Firefox (or use a different browser).

edit2: You [url=https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1309229]may be able[/url] to fix your Firefox to use your OS locale preferences, go to about:config and search for [c]intl.regional_prefs.use_os_locales[/c] and set it to true.

Zhangrc 2021-07-19 12:37

Mr. Heinrich, can you visualize PRP, double-check and PRP-CF progress as well, besides TF progress?

James Heinrich 2021-07-19 14:20

[QUOTE=Zhangrc;583522]Mr. Heinrich[/quote][STRIKE]Mr. Heinrich[/STRIKE] => James
[QUOTE=Zhangrc;583522]can you visualize PRP, double-check and PRP-CF progress as well, besides TF progress?[/QUOTE]The primality visualization at [url]https://www.mersenne.ca/status/ll[/url] had some legacy "LL" labeling because that's all that existed at the time. I have changed the labels to be more generic.

Data for this visualization is pulled from [url=https://www.mersenne.org/primenet/]here[/url] which doesn't differentiate between LL and PRP testing methods, and has no information on PRP-CF.

Viliam Furik 2021-07-19 14:29

[QUOTE=Zhangrc;583522]Mr. Heinrich, can you visualize PRP, double-check and [U][B]PRP-CF progress[/B][/U] as well, besides TF progress?[/QUOTE]

For PRP-CF, try [url]https://www.mersenne.ca/prp.php[/url]

LaurV 2021-07-19 17:24

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[QUOTE=James Heinrich;583519] that's an issue with your browser/andor configuration[/QUOTE]
Nope. Old vs new, all browsers, windows 7, 10, and FF on ubuntu 20, and the last is what win 10 taskbar says. FF is set to follow the OS. Dates on other places/pages appear right. Moreover, the icon to kill the date only appears on win7 and ubuntu, not on 10.

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Edit: and yes, I do need multiple clicks and edits, as the browser does not remember the content, as it did for the text box before. I mean, yeah, I know picking the date from a calendar is fancy, but you should let it as it was :razz:

James Heinrich 2021-07-19 18:52

[QUOTE=LaurV;583549]you should let it as it was[/QUOTE]The solution is in your hands: use a working browser.
Or if you habitually access the same preferred dates you can easily make shortcuts to the appropriate URL.
I stand by my decision to use date inputs for date values, and numeric inputs for numeric values.

SethTro 2021-07-29 21:06

I was looking [url]https://www.mersenne.ca/exponent/22787[/url] and noticed the ecm progress didn't match my intuition. I had pseudocoded a better estimate in [URL="https://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?p=575452#post575452"]#595[/URL] but never finished the coding.

Today I modified gmp-ecm to print t20, t25, t30, ...t60 (just needed to change a macro) then re-processed the B1/B2 table you provided.

I coded this up in python at [URL="https://github.com/sethtroisi/misc-scripts/blob/main/mersenne/ecm_progress/test2.py#L48"]ecm_progress/test2.py[/URL]

I think it would be most clear to add a new column "Complete Combined" (or "Overall Complete" or maybe "overall") using this new estimate which more accurate combines the tXXX effort from all curves. This new estimate should also be used to calculate FacMiss (as (1/e)^combined)

For M22787 the current estimate suggests there's a 51% chance of missing a 40 digit factor, with the new code this drops to 6.8%. t45 decreases from 84% to 65% and a t50 estimate of 94% is now calculated.


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