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Old 2021-08-05, 14:44   #5204
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Oups, indeed. (I would still have sent this attachment meant for one person only privately.)
It was the most expedient way to do it at hand. The reason I posted the message in the open is because others may be having the problem and it was an issue that was brought up. The attachment of a txt could have be a [CODE] section in a PM (didn't think about that), but also included a png to include the context. It also included data that should not be shared openly. If you are really worried about the content of the zip, I can delete it now, or if you want I can send you the PW so you can be sure it is not an issue.
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Old 2021-08-05, 17:28   #5205
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It was the most expedient way to do it at hand.
And the expedient dataset (including the logs) was greatly appreciated in figuring out what was going on (in real-time).

A little bit of manual SQL work was needed to correct a mistake a certain stupid programmer had told the deterministic machine to do...
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Old 2021-08-20, 13:38   #5206
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2 exponents with several percent (and more than 1/2 hour) each in the Colab session (but no net progress on my assignments page) both disappeared from the assignments page. How long should I wait for them to rematerialize? One of them you have in the txt file.
I have had that kind of problem again. I have at least 2 exponents worked on in the last 24 hours that are not showing up in my assignments. Their processes got shut down after about 20 minutes with about 7% on stage 1.
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Old 2021-09-13, 20:49   #5207
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(If this is the wrong place for this I apologize!)


Using Colab:


1. If all tests below 57M have been tested AND verified why would I be getting P-1's in the 25M range?


2. (admittedly I've probably asked this before) Is there a trick to getting TF's?? I haven't had one in over 4 months!


3. Just out of curiosity, any clues as to why P-1's all the sudden have gotten done faster? Mine used to be in the 600-700 second range for stage 1 per "turn" and now all of the sudden it's down to at MOST 80-90 seconds! Not a complaint at all it's just surprising.
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Old 2021-09-13, 23:46   #5208
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(If this is the wrong place for this I apologize!)
It's not. I just haven't had time to update here.

The GPU72 Colab Notebooks have been repurposed for Wayne's fun little sub-project.

You still have the option to target your Colab instances to the FTC wavefronts.

We're taking a little bit of time (while we are so far ahead) to do some work below.
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Old 2021-09-14, 04:43   #5209
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3. Just out of curiosity, any clues as to why P-1's all the sudden have gotten done faster? Mine used to be in the 600-700 second range for stage 1 per "turn" and now all of the sudden it's down to at MOST 80-90 seconds! Not a complaint at all it's just surprising.
Assuming you are saying the 57M took 600-700 and 25M are taking 80-90 that is exactly why.
P1 is much faster on lower exponents; the exact opposite of TF which is much slower per bit level on lower exponents.

Thanks
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Old 2021-09-17, 21:44   #5210
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The GPU72 Colab Notebooks have been repurposed for Wayne's fun little sub-project.

You still have the option to target your Colab instances to the FTC wavefronts.

Sorry I don't use the forums very often. Wayne's sub-project?


I wouldn't know how to change things even if I wanted to. How might I go about that if I did?
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Old 2021-09-17, 21:55   #5211
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I wouldn't know how to change things even if I wanted to. How might I go about that if I did?
Please forgive me for this, but I'm *really* busy at the moment.

Wayne et al... Could you please take this on?

Documentation is always the last thing a developer does...
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Old 2021-09-17, 23:50   #5212
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Sorry I don't use the forums very often. Wayne's sub-project?
https://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=22476
Started as a whimsical project 4 years ago.
Amazingly it is starting to gain momentum and may be only a couple years from completion.

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I wouldn't know how to change things even if I wanted to. How might I go about that if I did?
Not sure I'm qualified...I haven't used this for a while.
I know if you use misfit you can change what range you TF.

However, I've never know how to choose what range I P1 in GPU72 Colab...anyone else.
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Old 2021-09-18, 04:53   #5213
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I don't think he means Misfit, I think he means GPU72, if you take your Colab instances' assignments from GPU72, and want (or don't want) to participate to the "Wayne" project, then you go here (you must be logged in to GPU72), click the preferred work for each instance, for both CPU and GPU, and in the new page that opens, click the drop box, and chose what fits you best.

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If you use "Let GPU72 decide" or "DC Already done", then you are crunching for "Wayne" project (link provided above by himself).

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Old 2021-09-19, 12:31   #5214
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The "assignments" page on GPU72 isn't functioning properly.
The settings on the graph attached below yields 122M exponents, like Factor=N/A,122012131,75,77, which is inconsistent with the preview.
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