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Old 2017-10-16, 14:44   #1
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I noticed that the availability differs between these two sites

Milestones page: "Countdown to first time checking all exponents below 76 million: 263 (52 available)" whereas on the exponent status distribution page no exponents <76M are available for LL.

Do those two pages have different definitons of "available"?
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Old 2017-10-16, 22:44   #2
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I think you are just reading it incorrectly.

As I look now primenet shows: 3 LLERR + 248 NO-LL and 199 Assigned LL
And milestones shows "251 (51 available)"

Seems legit to me. With the difference of one being explained by the different timestamps of 22:00 and 22:19, i.e. one exponent was assigned in the 19 minutes between the generated reports.

Edit: This report shows 200 assigned, so that "proves" everything is legit.

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The LL counts are not including PRP results returned by gpuowl.

I've made a fix so that the LL counts will now include PRP results.
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The LL counts are not including PRP results returned by gpuowl.

I've made a fix so that the LL counts will now include PRP results.
Now the numbers don't match.
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An assignment was marked as PRP rather than PRP-DC.

Probably a bug in demoting a PRP assignment to PRP-DC when a different user reports a PRP result -- or maybe a different bug in the new PRP handling.
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Old 2017-10-17, 06:23   #6
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I see. But then what does the last column "Available" stand for?
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I am also trying to understand the attributes listed in the Exponent Status Distribution report located here: https://www.mersenne.org/primenet/. Does anyone know where I might find a glossary of terms?

Specifically, I don't fully understand the meaning of: Range Count, Composite F, Composite DC, Status Unproven LL/PRP, Status Unproven ERR, and Status Unproven NO-LL.

Thanks in advance for your help.

Cancel that question. I just found this: https://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=21140.

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