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Old 2021-05-07, 19:48   #287
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https://www.mersenne.org/report_pplus1/?f=1&all=1
Only 14 of the 24 current listed factors are real P+1 factors. The rest are old factors found again or combination of old factors found as composite or the same P+1 factors from days ago found for the 2nd time, because people are not using the known factors in the worktodo lines.

Is there a document that defines precisely the format of the worktodo.txt file used by mprime/Prime95? On the assignments page
https://www.mersenne.org/workload/
there's a copy of the worktodo.txt file contents, in case ones file gets corrupted. But that is often slightly different to the contents in my worktodo.txt file, and I don't know what the differences are. The website shows ,3,1 on the end, but my worktodo.txt file does not have that.

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PRP=xxxxx,1,2,108399059,-1,76,0   // in worktodo.txt
PRP=xxxxx,1,2,108399059,-1,76,0,3,1 // on website.
Is there a way of requesting a double-check of a P-1 factoring? If so, what does one put in the worktodo.txt file to try to get that assigned? Maybe there's no such work type anyway, but I was just interested if there was.
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Old 2021-05-07, 20:24   #288
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Is there a document that defines precisely the format of the worktodo.txt file used by mprime/Prime95?
Ken has compiled all of that here:
https://www.mersenneforum.org/showpo...8&postcount=22
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Old 2021-05-07, 20:58   #289
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Also https://www.mersenneforum.org/showpo...36&postcount=2

As usual, use the reference info!
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Old 2021-05-07, 21:03   #290
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Old 2021-05-07, 21:33   #291
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As usual, use the reference info!
You might want to consider changing the first sentence of that thread

"Welcome to the GIMPS gpu computing reference blog site map / table of contents."

It implies it is all about GPUs, but actually it has history, CPUs and many other things. But when I first saw a pointer to that, I did I not bother reading past the first sentence, as I assumed it's about GPUs, and only GPUs

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Old 2021-05-12, 20:38   #292
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I have more RAM than I thought
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Old 2021-06-01, 00:38   #293
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Had been working on a motherboard with 32GB ram, prime95 allowed to use 12GB in P-1.
Switched the hard drive with Windows 10 installed to a different motherboard with only 6GB installed, and launched prime95 without thinking about the memory limit. That's a very quickly pretty hung system, after launching prime95 that goes straight into a P-1 in progress; responds to ping, but that's about it. And the reset button.

The following local.txt line does not work so well when there's only 6144MB physical ram installed:
Memory=12288 during 7:30-23:30 else 12288
s/12288/4096/g;
better.

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Old 2021-06-07, 11:16   #294
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I've had two instances of mprime 30.6 (on different computers) delete the AutoBench=0 setting without permission and run benchmarks in the past couple of days. One is not connected to PrimeNet. Not sure what's going on.
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Old 2021-06-07, 14:00   #295
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30.6b4:

Both mprime on an EC2 instance and Prime95 on my own computer did not generate and upload a proof for this PRP-CF test: 11109569

The PRP-CF just before that one on the same EC2 instance did generate proof: 11199701
and the last PRP-CF test I did on my own computer about 1 month ago also generated a proof: 11059453

https://mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=26861

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Both mprime on an EC2 instance and Prime95 on my own computer did not generate and upload a proof for this PRP-CF test: 11109569
I just started it on v30.5b2
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Old 2021-06-08, 07:00   #297
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I just started it on v30.5b2
Looks like your test did not generate a proof either. There might be a bug in the proof generation triggering on this exponent.
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