20101126, 23:39  #1 
1976 Toyota Corona years forever!
"Wayne"
Nov 2006
Saskatchewan, Canada
1000111001000_{2} Posts 
Curiosity on Active Assignments report
http://mersenne.org/assignments/?exp...et+Assignments
2411 ECM C2296S1 of 100, 81.40% 94 21 20101217 20101127 20101126 20100824 Wurtinger WUR_E6600 I think it says curve 2296 of 100 
20101127, 05:12  #2 
"Richard B. Woods"
Aug 2002
Wisconsin USA
2^{2}×3×641 Posts 
Also,
http://mersenne.org/assignments/?exp...et+Assignments 2399 ECM C323S1 of 100, 54.30% 95 21 20101218 20101127 20101126 20100824 Wurtinger WUR_E6600 323 of 100 Same assignee Last fiddled with by cheesehead on 20101127 at 05:14 
20101127, 17:24  #3 
Apr 2007
Spessart/Germany
2·3^{4} Posts 
hm, looks curious for me
part of the resultfile of that computer: [Tue Aug 24 01:50:43 2010] UID: Wurtinger/WUR_E6600, M2399 completed 4000 ECM curves, B1=44000000, B2=4400000000, Wd1: 08F30F19, AID: 99A622D625D755F9071CF60B349463B3 [Tue Aug 24 07:13:41 2010] UID: Wurtinger/WUR_E6600, M2411 completed 4100 ECM curves, B1=44000000, B2=4400000000, Wd1: 08FF0F25, AID: C014E1C1EC86649B2EE40761F18F2C46 [Sat Nov 13 06:02:11 2010] ECM found a factor in curve #1944, stage #1 Sigma=6035863152691405, B1=110000000, B2=11000000000. UID: Wurtinger/WUR_E6600, M2399 has a factor: 174050713908151885290217482291235845448134953, AID: A08640662BEE2BB1E821530CC62E1E48 in August I finished 4000/4100 curves with B1=44e6 for this exponents. Then I assigned 3000 curves for both exponents with B1=110e6. 2 weeks ago I found the factor (stage 1... ) above and reportet it. If I remember right, I first assigned 1000 curves with B1=110e6 for the exponents and raised the assignment to 3000 curves some days later. cheesehead's link 2399ECMC323S1 of 100, 54.30%952120101218201011272010112620100824WurtingerWUR_E6600 means, as far as I can see atm, Curve 323 (stage 1) after already finished 1944 curves (the factor I found reset the number of curves) but why they are counted as 'of 100' I don't know... 
20101127, 20:03  #4  
1976 Toyota Corona years forever!
"Wayne"
Nov 2006
Saskatchewan, Canada
10710_{8} Posts 
Quote:
From your comments here it appears I can change it just fine??? 

20101127, 21:12  #5 
A Sunny Moo
Aug 2007
USA (GMT5)
14151_{8} Posts 
Yes, I've done this myself successfully before. You can up (or down, presumably as long as you don't go below the amount that you've already completed) the number of curves without invalidating the AID string.

20101127, 21:34  #6 
Apr 2007
Spessart/Germany
2·3^{4} Posts 
Yes, as mdettweiler said, it is possible. I often do it to get the ETA's of 2 or more workers closer together.

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