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Old 2008-10-16, 16:54   #1
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From the TPR site ...
Code:
Rank Team      P90 CPU    Rank Change      Output                    Exponents   P90 CPU
                 years 7 Day 30 Day 90 Day     7 Day   30 Day   90 Day  Tested   Hrs/Day 
108 bearwood  2824.290  +239   +244   +241  1748.000 1778.900 1819.370    1091   6478.93 
  1 curtisc 251403.000                      1722.000 8727.000 23895.000  53031 588829.62 
 17 linded   12255.400    +1    +21    +56   575.600 5425.770 8779.120    1206  33780.65
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Old 2008-10-16, 23:10   #2
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Just a manual user requesting CPU credit on the v4 server.
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Old 2008-10-17, 01:10   #3
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Just a manual user requesting CPU credit on the v4 server.
You can do that? Did I miss something? I was always told
that manual reporting to the V4 server was uncredited.
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Old 2008-10-20, 19:58   #4
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You can do that? Did I miss something? I was always told that manual reporting to the V4 server was uncredited.
Uncredited on the PrimeNet top producers list, but it _is_ credited on GIMPS top producers and, apparently, TPR.
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Old 2008-10-24, 03:52   #5
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Uncredited on the PrimeNet top producers list, but it _is_ credited on GIMPS top producers and, apparently, TPR.
The GIMPS top producer list only keeps track of LL tests, not
trial factoring, which is what I concentrate on for my LMH work. With
the V4 to V5 migration underway, it'll be interesting to see whether
manually-reported results are correctly credited in the new system.
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Old 2008-10-24, 07:31   #6
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If you have kept results.txt files from your LMH assignments, you may paste them in the V5 server manual page. The server will give you credit if you have a V5 account and are logged in while submitting the results. If the files are large, don´t paste them in just one chunk, that may cause server timeouts. Submit them in pieces no larger than ~1000-1500 lines each.
I reckon this is the only way to get credit from your past LMH work.
It has worked for me and some others.


P.S.: For results already loaded to v5 server, though, the above shouldn´t apply, as the server is receiving information it already has, so the results won´t be needed. Before submitting a given range, you may wish to check in the v5 server whether the bit level shown already matches the one you are about to submit, and avoid wasting time if they are equal.

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Old 2008-10-27, 22:15   #7
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If you have kept results.txt files from your LMH assignments, you may paste them in the V5 server manual page. The server will give you credit if you have a V5 account and are logged in while submitting the results. If the files are large, don´t paste them in just one chunk, that may cause server timeouts. Submit them in pieces no larger than ~1000-1500 lines each.
I reckon this is the only way to get credit from your past LMH work.
It has worked for me and some others.
Unfortunately, if the result is already in the V5 server uncredited,
you can't resubmit it. I didn't think it would work, but on the off
chance, I tried submitting some manually-reported results. I got
what I expected, the error message:

Code:
Processing result: M6490007 has no factor to 2^63
Error code: 40, error text: TF result for M6490007 was not needed
I do have credit for just over 100000 LMH exponents worked, but
there are about 400000 exponents uncredited.
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Old 2008-10-28, 16:49   #8
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Well the whole idea of LMH was to do it without credit. The Lone bit in LMH signified doing it without primenet.
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Old 2008-10-29, 01:14   #9
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Well the whole idea of LMH was to do it without credit. The Lone bit in LMH signified doing it without primenet.
Maybe that was the original intent, but post #2 in this thread shows
that to not necessarily be the case now...
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Old 2008-10-29, 01:17   #10
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Corruption everywhere, alas.

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Old 2008-10-29, 08:09   #11
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Maybe that was the original intent, but post #2 in this thread shows
that to not necessarily be the case now...
The user in post #2 has been credited with LL testing work. Nothing to do with LMH that goes for trial factoring.

Jacob

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