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Dubslow 2012-04-23 19:08

[QUOTE=chalsall;297100]
Plus, I took the opportunity to implement a request from Dubslow from quite some time ago -- the P-1 assignment page now offers Number of CPUs / Number per CPU / [Worker #n] functionality.[/QUOTE]

Ironically, I no longer do work for GPU272 :razz: (Though hopefully I'll return at some point)

kjaget 2012-04-24 13:14

[QUOTE=chalsall;297102]I know you were kidding, but so you know... What you've requested is a bit more "tricky" -- the download request was trivial.

Work on your and Dubslow's requests are already underway in the Mersenne.Info development and testing environment. Plus a couple of other things I've been wanting to implement for quite some time.... :smile:[/QUOTE]

Overtake predictions based on work-per-day averages, like from the old Team Prime Rib web site? Not really a request of mine, just that it might be an interesting diversion since most of the parts already seem to be there.

mognuts 2012-04-26 19:31

[QUOTE=chalsall;297063]Can you test it again, and make sure it works under Internet Exploder?[/QUOTE]

It works fine with IE9. Thank you for this new feature, I will find it very useful.

Chuck 2012-04-29 21:01

Show what exponents would be assigned...
 
Perhaps this is a silly request, it's just something that came to mind. Feel free to dismiss it.

Would it be of interest to people to see what assignments would be made (given the optional range, will factor to, and options settings selected) before actually receiving the assignments? Sort of a "preview" option?

Chuck

cheesehead 2012-04-29 21:38

[QUOTE=Chuck;297897]Perhaps this is a silly request[/QUOTE]No, it would serve a reasonable purpose.

[quote]Would it be of interest to people to see what assignments would be made (given the optional range, will factor to, and options settings selected) before actually receiving the assignments? Sort of a "preview" option?[/quote]Suppose exponent XXXXXXXX is on the preview list. Between the time you see the list and the time you indicate that you want to go ahead with the assignment, exponent XXXXXXXX might be assigned to someone else. Indeed, it's possible that the none of the assignments you actually receive will be on the preview list because while you were pondering the preview list [strike]PrimeNet[/strike] the relevant central assignment authority[sup]*[/sup] assigned all those exponents to other non-previewing users.

One fix for that would be to place a "hold" on the exponents shown to you in the preview -- but ... There's already a workaround that has long been in use: just go ahead with your assignment request, then promptly review the list of exponents you received, then release the assignments that you don't want. You're welcome to do that (of course, you're expected to release unwanted assignments in not-too-long a time).

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[sup]*[/sup] Tip of the hat to Dubslow :-)

Dubslow 2012-04-29 21:41

[QUOTE=cheesehead;297902] PrimeNet [/QUOTE]
Umm... GPU to 72 forum...
:smile:
(Good post otherwise :razz:)

chalsall 2012-04-29 23:53

[QUOTE=cheesehead;297902]One fix for that would be to place a "hold" on the exponents shown to you in the preview[/QUOTE]

More code for me, plus an additional field in the Assignments table... :cry:

[QUOTE=cheesehead;297902] -- but ... There's already a workaround that has long been in use: just go ahead with your assignment request, then promptly review the list of exponents you received, then release the assignments that you don't want. You're welcome to do that (of course, you're expected to release unwanted assignments in not-too-long a time).[/QUOTE]

Indeed. This technique is already used by several people. They ask for ten or so, and if they don't like them they unreserve them. If they do, then they reserve some more using the same settings.

If there was enough demand, I could add a button to the LLTF, DCTF and P-1 assignments to unreserve everything just assigned.

As an aside, please don't do this for true LL and DC assignments. They are always assigned in order of Exponent (read: lowest first), and because of the AnonSpidy trick we use any LL and DC assignments which are unreserved have to go through the un-register/re-register cycle in order to get a new AID.

cheesehead 2012-04-30 04:04

I should have added a note:\

[QUOTE=cheesehead;297902]There's already a workaround that has long been in use: just go ahead with your assignment request, then promptly review the list of exponents you received, then release the assignments that you don't want.[/QUOTE]Note that this workaround does, in effect, accomplish the same thing as the review/hold procedure, with no added code.

kracker 2012-06-14 01:38

Next and Previous on "Completed Assignments"
 
I think a next and prev. page would work here... after a while the list kinda gets... Unless you want to see everything you've done on one page... that might have been the intent.

[URL]http://gpu72.com/account/completed/[/URL]

chalsall 2012-06-14 18:50

[QUOTE=kracker;302222]I think a next and prev. page would work here... after a while the list kinda gets... Unless you want to see everything you've done on one page... that might have been the intent.[/QUOTE]

Currently that report is limited to 1000 entries. Is that too much?

I could shorten that down, and add a "next" function if desired. Please let me know.

kracker 2012-06-15 02:31

[QUOTE=chalsall;302287]Currently that report is limited to 1000 entries. Is that too much?

I could shorten that down, and add a "next" function if desired. Please let me know.[/QUOTE]

Ah, I didn't know it was set to 1000, any way is fine :smile:


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