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 2004-08-16, 01:28 #12 dswanson     Aug 2002 C816 Posts How about adding a column showing the number of bits in each factor?
2004-08-16, 04:25   #13
James Heinrich

"James Heinrich"
May 2004
ex-Northern Ontario

D1C16 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by dave_0273 Could everyone that has done p-1 work, please check their stats and make sure they are correct... Oh, one more thing that I should mention is that only the stats in "completed missions (plus my own results.txt files of my computers) have been included in the stats.
I don't know if it's because you haven't included some recent stuff, but my stats show me as having found 53/1478 factors, compared to your number (35/1000).

Quote:
 Originally Posted by dave_0273 For example, S130260 is James Heinrich. So in that sort of case it would be good to change the name because no one knows him as S130260.
Yes, please do :)

 2004-08-16, 11:35 #14 dave_0273     Oct 2003 Australia, Brisbane 7268 Posts James: I have gone back through completed missions to try to find out if I have made an error. This is what I have come up with. Code: Set Name Tested Factored (These 14 blocks are from completed missions) P-1: Block of 100: First=14139197 100 2 P-1: Block of 100: First=14396923 100 0 P-1: Block of 100: First=14000033 100 0 P-1: Block of 100: First=13774909 100 2 P-1: Block of 70: First=13906601 70 5 P-1: BLOCK OF 70: FIRST=13508207 70 4 P-1: Block of 70: First=13399543 70 5 P-1: BLOCK OF 70: FIRST=13577099 70 3 P-1: Block of 50: First=13357339 50 2 P-1: Block of 50: First=12955913 50 3 P-1: Block of 70: First=12938087 70 1 P-1: Block of 50: First=12900197 50 4 P-1: Block of 50: First=12919957 50 2 P-1: Block of 50: First=12769543 50 2 Total (from completed missions) 1000 35 From forum (not moved to completed misisons yet) P-1: Block of 100: First=14707789 100 5 P-1: Block of 100: First=14670041 100 4 P-1: Block of 100: First=14533847 100 5 Total (from forum but not moved yet) 300 14 All p-1 missions 1300 49 Ok, assuming that I haven't made the same error again (which I might have) these are some other ideas of why we get different answers... 1) You have inlcuded your entire worktodo file, which contains sets that you have half finished but have not reported on the forums. 2) You have done p-1 work that was not a part of mersenne-aries - either through doing first time LL tests or doublechecks. This is what I have come up with. Please, please don't take it as "I am right and you are wrong" because that is not what I mean at all. I was wondering though if you could compare these stats to your stats and see if there is any sets that I have not included in my stats that I should have. Those 3 sets above that I have mentioned haven't been moved to "completed missions" have not been added to your stats yet. However, as soon as I make sure that everything that is currently in "completed missions" has been counted properly, I will update all the stats and move the completed missions that people have done into the "completed missions" sub forum.
2004-08-16, 14:12   #15
James Heinrich

"James Heinrich"
May 2004
ex-Northern Ontario

22×839 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by dave_0273 This is what I have come up with.
And that looks right to me: including the not-yet-moved missions comes pretty close to the numbers I have; I imagine the last found factor and few others checked come from the last two sets of 100 I'm working my way through now. So I don't think you have any errors, sorry to make you do that extra work

 2004-08-16, 14:31 #16 James Heinrich     "James Heinrich" May 2004 ex-Northern Ontario 22·839 Posts Is there any status file on PrimeNet that can be parsed to get this information? I'm relying on user-submitted results.txt; Dave - it sounds like you're relying on user-posted data in the forum, or did I misunderstand that? I'm curious how you're extracting that data? And how you're generating your stats site in general actually :)
2004-08-18, 01:34   #17
geoff

Mar 2003
New Zealand

13·89 Posts

This might be too much work to be worthwhile, but it might be interesting to collect stats on the minimum B1,B2 bounds that would have found each factor. (i.e. if P is the factor of 2^N-1 find the two largest factors of P-1 other than N).

Quote:
 Originally Posted by dave_0273 Could everyone that has done p-1 work, please check their stats and make sure they are correct.
One of these batches was not counted. Note the thread title on one of them says 100 exponents but it is actually only 50. In total I have tested 100 exponents and found 5 factors.

 2004-08-22, 13:21 #18 dave_0273     Oct 2003 Australia, Brisbane 7268 Posts Ok, I just did another update on the site. Nothing "new" but i just included the rest of the sets that were in the forum that were completed. From now on, to recieve credit on my site for the mersenne-aries work that you do, you could please do the following things to help me out... 1) Post the entrieds from your results.txt file that corespond to the work that you did for that set 2) Please make sure that the copy of prime95 that you are using is registered with primenet ie) all the "important" lines in results.txt start with "UID: ..." otherwise my program doesn't know who to credit the work to. If there are any errors on my site, or any bugs that you find, or any suggestions in general, please post them here or PM them to me. This is my first website so it is taking me a little while to get it up and running properly.
 2004-08-22, 18:27 #19 Bundu     Jul 2004 Mid Calder, Scotland 5·37 Posts Hi Dave, I found a 20 digit Factor 26613239 65 F 46466134729650936071 15-Aug-04 18:28 Team_Bundu3 Does it count? Cheers, Mark
 2004-08-23, 05:09 #20 dave_0273     Oct 2003 Australia, Brisbane 2×5×47 Posts My website only keeps track of work that has been done by mersenne-aries. The reason why I keep track of it is because we don't get any (primenet) credit for the work that we do. Therefore, to keep us competitive and interested in mersenne-aries work, I keep track of the stats. I am assuming that your factor was found through an exponent assigned through primenet, so you won't get credit for it on my site but you will have primenet credit for it. Just go to http://mersenne.org/ips/accounts.html and log into your account and it will show you the credit that you recieved from it.
2004-08-24, 19:11   #21
Bundu

Jul 2004
Mid Calder, Scotland

5×37 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by dave_0273 My website only keeps track of work that has been done by mersenne-aries. The reason why I keep track of it is because we don't get any (primenet) credit for the work that we do. Therefore, to keep us competitive and interested in mersenne-aries work, I keep track of the stats. I am assuming that your factor was found through an exponent assigned through primenet, so you won't get credit for it on my site but you will have primenet credit for it. Just go to http://mersenne.org/ips/accounts.html and log into your account and it will show you the credit that you recieved from it.
Sorry bud. I obviously didn't read the posts closely enough

 2004-08-24, 23:46 #22 ET_ Banned     "Luigi" Aug 2002 Team Italia 481310 Posts A question for Dave and James: Dave, I did 3/4 of my work, and already found 8 factors. Should I wait that you move the thread on "completed missions" after the end of my factoring task to see the stats on your site? James, If one pastes his results.txt more than once on your page, is there a filter that cut out the duplicated rows? If so, I could start my update by now... Luigi

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