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Old 2020-11-06, 16:11   #12
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I don't think so. I believe that that start before this. I think it is Ethan (EO) doing PRP on some very low numbers.
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Old 2020-11-06, 16:15   #13
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Maybe it's both. PRP-CF-DC can generate multiple results per core per day, if you have a somewhat recent machine.
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Maybe it's both. PRP-CF-DC can generate multiple results per core per day, if you have a somewhat recent machine.
I don't think that they get counted in the DC stats.
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Old 2020-11-06, 16:18   #15
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Hm... We also had an extreme increase in new CPUs (nearly 2,000 %). And an increase in assignments. I'm sure that the low-level PRPs of EO (since he is not doing PRP-CFs) are not assigned to him, he just does them.
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I don't think so. I believe that that start before this. I think it is Ethan (EO) doing PRP on some very low numbers.
https://www.mersenne.org/report_expo...1342547&full=1
Oh bummer. I guess "redundant" first time tests don't show up in the daily totals, but the CERT result does? Thanks.
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Anyone have a set-up like Chalsall does for P-1 on Colab for PRP-CF? He made it real simple: copy, paste, profit.
For Unix, I can try to write a Bash script tomorrow. Or do you mean specifically a script for Colab? I'm not into this at all.
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Old 2020-11-07, 00:13   #18
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Oh bummer. I guess "redundant" first time tests don't show up in the daily totals, but the CERT result does? Thanks.
Hmm... if this is throwing off DC stats too much or sucking up too much CERT capacity I can stop or rate limit the low exponent PRPs.

I've been running them to get a sense of the rate/scaling of errors, if any, in the PRP w/ Gerbicz & proof pipeline incl proof generation & verification. Had been planning to finish exponents w/o known factors (somewhat arbitrary) from 1000000-2000000 on prime95, gpuowl/nvidia and gpuowl/radeon, alternating ranges to allow each device type ~1/3 CERT coverage of the work.

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Hmm... if this is throwing off DC stats too much or sucking up too much CERT capacity I can stop or rate limit the low exponent PRPs.

I've been running them to get a sense of the rate/scaling of errors, if any, in the PRP w/ Gerbicz & proof pipeline incl proof generation & verification. Had been planning to finish exponents w/o known factors (somewhat arbitrary) from 1000000-2000000 on prime95, gpuowl/nvidia and gpuowl/radeon, alternating ranges to allow each device type ~1/3 CERT coverage of the work.
Oh no of course not, sorry if it seemed like I was suggesting that. Please plug away! I was just curious if the work in this thread was bumping the DC number up so high. It was pretty crazy seeing the DC number up over 2,000! The error scaling work you are doing sounds interesting too. Anyway, I have definitely detracted/distracted from this thread enough. Thanks folks.
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Hmm... if this is throwing off DC stats too much or sucking up too much CERT capacity I can stop or rate limit the low exponent PRPs.
Graphs fixed. Though I don't understand the appeal of PRPing exponents that have already been LLed and DCed.
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Between 9,000,000 and 11,000,000, I counted 51,619 exponents that need a PRP-CF-DC ....

If wished for, I can run my script every week or so.
Can you post the current data?
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Old 2020-11-13, 09:34   #22
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Of course, I was planning to do this every Friday from now on.

1,514 current PRP-CF-DCs assignments in the range from 9M to 11M. 48,892 to go.

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