20200630, 18:18  #342  
If I May
"Chris Halsall"
Sep 2002
Barbados
2566_{16} Posts 
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20200701, 02:15  #343 
"Graham uses ISO 8601"
Mar 2014
AU, Sydney
11110001_{2} Posts 
At first sight of "Marvin", I was thinking of Marvin the paranoid android.
That was a wonderful creation by the writer Douglas Adams. I'm less familiar with that other Marvin. A salute to James for taking the trouble to reschedule the processing of data. I guess that I was confused about the processing steps that occur at mersenne.ca alone, rather than potential multiple data imports from mersenne.org. 
20200701, 05:07  #344 
1976 Toyota Corona years forever!
"Wayne"
Nov 2006
Saskatchewan, Canada
3^{2}·5·103 Posts 
Do Data for June 30.
Code:
Displayed data as of 20200630T23:59:59+00:00 Error: no data (unexpected?) 
20200701, 05:33  #345  
"Graham uses ISO 8601"
Mar 2014
AU, Sydney
241 Posts 
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I suppose that that if James has made significant changes of routine, then there might have been something overlooked. Yet I observed that he was awake not long ago at the time of any transitional arrangements. Last fiddled with by snme2pm1 on 20200701 at 05:37 Reason: Another notion 

20200701, 06:10  #346  
1976 Toyota Corona years forever!
"Wayne"
Nov 2006
Saskatchewan, Canada
3^{2}·5·103 Posts 
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20200701, 06:16  #347  
"Graham uses ISO 8601"
Mar 2014
AU, Sydney
241_{10} Posts 
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20200701, 14:16  #348 
"James Heinrich"
May 2004
exNorthern Ontario
2^{5}×3×5×7 Posts 
The new job ran fine, but inserted the data under the wrong date (20200701 instead of 20200630). I've moved the data over and (I think) corrected the problem that generated the incorrect date. We'll see tonight if it behaves as expected.

20200702, 01:34  #349  
"Graham uses ISO 8601"
Mar 2014
AU, Sydney
241 Posts 
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No disrespect intended, yet I think of the idea when the surgeon states that the operation was successful, but the patient died. Yeah details... Thanks for doing a great job. 

20200710, 17:11  #350 
Jul 2003
wear a mask
649_{16} Posts 
I have a feature request for mersenne.ca. Would it be possible to add average B1, B2 bounds for prior P1 factorization attempts to the tables that list how far (in bit levels) that ranges have been trialfactored? Does anyone else believe this might be useful?
Last fiddled with by masser on 20200710 at 17:11 
20200710, 17:40  #351 
"James Heinrich"
May 2004
exNorthern Ontario
3360_{10} Posts 
Could you point me to a sample URL of where you would like to see this?

20200710, 17:55  #352 
Jul 2003
wear a mask
1,609 Posts 
https://www.mersenne.ca/status/tf/0/0/5/1400
Here is what I'm imagining: between the "unfactored" and "<69" columns there would be a B1 column and a B2 column. In the "14.00M" row of the B1 column, there would be the average B1 value (average over the 205 remaining unfactored candidates). Same thing for the B2 column. In the "Total" row, the average over all 2206 unfactored candidates (should be easy to calculate given previously calculated averages) would appear in the appropriate columns. If it's too much work or others don't deem it important enough, I understand. Just spitballing here. 
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