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snme2pm1 2015-08-20 11:14

[QUOTE=James Heinrich;408244]Consider this alpha, I know there's glaring bugs so don't even worry about bug reports yet, please :sirrobin:[/QUOTE]

Ok, so regarded.
Initial view showed some positive elements, and some numbers that were plainly incorrect, but nevertheless somewhat approximate.
But perhaps you know that, and perhaps I need not mention it.
Gosh, one of your quotes speaks about significant processing work (2 hours 55 min 23.28 sec), that's a scary burden for what ever that component was.
Hopefully there will not be a daily burden approaching that magnitude on any piece of equipment, or is that a misguided belief?
The response to requests during the past 24 hours has produced an exception message, and perhaps that is likewise known and similarly unmentionable.

LaurV 2015-08-20 11:20

On the same direction as the previous poster... :razz:

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James Heinrich 2015-08-20 12:16

[QUOTE=snme2pm1;408373]some numbers that were plainly incorrect, but nevertheless somewhat approximate.[/quote]Please give more details as to which numbers you saw as incorrect (and what you think they should be, and where you got the correct number from).

[QUOTE=snme2pm1;408373]Hopefully there will not be a daily burden approaching that magnitude on any piece of equipment, or is that a misguided belief?[/quote]No, daily query is more like[code]Query OK, 16496 rows affected (2 min 38.99 sec)[/code]

[QUOTE=snme2pm1;408373]The response to requests during the past 24 hours has produced an exception message[/QUOTE]Apparently the aforementioned daily query didn't run like it was supposed to. I ran it manually just now, I'll need to investigate why it didn't run on schedule.

Please still consider it alpha, but you can start telling me about bugs now :smile:

James Heinrich 2015-08-20 13:35

[QUOTE=snme2pm1;408373]some numbers that were plainly incorrect, but nevertheless somewhat approximate.[/QUOTE]Probably relevant: mersenne.ca is still chewing through a list of approx 700,000 factors that may or may not already be known to mersenne.ca (about 95% were not previously recorded). This processing will take at least another 2 days, and of course until that's done the number of known factors in any particular range is most likely inaccurate.

chalsall 2015-08-20 13:42

[QUOTE=James Heinrich;408376]Please still consider it alpha, but you can start telling me about bugs now :smile:[/QUOTE]

Looking good James! Thanks for taking this on! :smile:

Please let me know when you get the weekly deltas display implemented (I'm imagining in about a week... :wink:) and I'll put back the links for the "Weekly Progress Reports" on GPU72.

James Heinrich 2015-08-20 13:50

[QUOTE=chalsall;408383](I'm imagining in about a week... :wink:)[/QUOTE]A week from now I'll be peregrinating the Kettle Valley far away from thoughts of Mersenne, so it'll likely be at least two weeks (the data is structured appropriately, but I haven't yet written anything to display interval-delta data. I'll let you know when it's working.

manfred4 2015-08-20 13:52

[QUOTE=James Heinrich;408376]Please give more details as to which numbers you saw as incorrect (and what you think they should be, and where you got the correct number from).
[/QUOTE]

I thought the same - for example there are over 230k Exponents at 65 bits between 400M and 600M on [URL="http://www.mersenne.ca/status/tf/0/1/0"]here[/URL], whereas there should be none at all, see [URL="http://www.mersenne.org/report_factoring_effort/?exp_lo=400000000&exp_hi=600000000&bits_lo=65&bits_hi=&tftobits=72"]here[/URL].

But for the rest of it the look is really nice already ;)

James Heinrich 2015-08-20 14:00

[QUOTE=manfred4;408385]I thought the same - for example there are over 230k Exponents at 65 bits between 400M and 600M on [URL="http://www.mersenne.ca/status/tf/0/1/0"]here[/URL], whereas there should be none at all, see [URL="http://www.mersenne.org/report_factoring_effort/?exp_lo=400000000&exp_hi=600000000&bits_lo=65&bits_hi=&tftobits=72"]here[/URL][/QUOTE]I'll wait until it's finished chewing on the unprocessed known factors before I take a closer look, although a quick glance suggests that alone is not sufficient to explain the difference.

Ideally when Aaron is back on the case I can get a 1-time export of all unfactored PrimeNet exponents and their TF level to bring my master table in sync with PrimeNet (all subsequent changes should be propagated correctly, but I likely have some historical inaccuracies).

alpertron 2015-08-20 15:27

Excellent!!!

One small problem is that there is an extra row at the end. For instance if I want to see the range 0 to 1000M (see [URL="http://www.mersenne.ca/status/tf/0/1/0"]here[/URL]), there is a row 1000M with data from 1000M to 1001M.

James Heinrich 2015-08-20 16:01

[QUOTE=alpertron;408392]One small problem is that there is an extra row at the end. For instance if I want to see the range 0 to 1000M (see [URL="http://www.mersenne.ca/status/tf/0/1/0"]here[/URL]), there is a row 1000M with data from 1000M to 1001M.[/QUOTE]Thanks, fixed.

chalsall 2015-08-20 16:01

[QUOTE=James Heinrich;408384]A week from now I'll be peregrinating the Kettle Valley...[/QUOTE]

Lucky man!

If you have the time, I highly recommend visiting Peachland. There are many unique wineries there as well.


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