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Old 2012-02-20, 20:12   #1
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How can I see my completed work and results (all-time) using the MPrime software or the PrimeNet website?

I want to see not just a list of the exponents I've currently reserved, but also a list of exponents I've completed, the work-type, and the result, and which PC did it :)
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Old 2012-02-20, 20:16   #2
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Uhm forget it, I found it: It's in the Results link on the web interface, viewable when you click on + from the My Account menu
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Old 2012-02-20, 20:17   #3
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I want to see not just a list of the exponents I've currently reserved, but also a list of exponents I've completed, the work-type, and the result, and which PC did it :)
Log into PrimeNet.

Click on the "+" to the left of "My Account" in the left menus. A sub-menu will appear.

Click on the "Results" menu option in the sub-menu.
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Old 2012-02-20, 20:18   #4
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How can I see my completed work and results (all-time) using the MPrime software or the PrimeNet website?

I want to see not just a list of the exponents I've currently reserved, but also a list of exponents I've completed, the work-type, and the result, and which PC did it :)
well logging in on mersenne.org will give you lifetime statistics but a list of exponents I don't know how to.
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Old 2012-02-21, 10:06   #5
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Uhm forget it, I found it: It's in the Results link on the web interface, viewable when you click on + from the My Account menu
Take note that this list is limited to 1000 items, and that it will be very hard to get back results which dropped off of it, so if you see a danger that you will ever want to answer any questions which require digging deeper in the past, you should consider copying the results to a local text file or some similar measure (and never submit more than 1000 results at a time).
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Old 2012-02-21, 18:45   #6
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Take note that this list is limited to 1000 items, and that it will be very hard to get back results which dropped off of it, so if you see a danger that you will ever want to answer any questions which require digging deeper in the past, you should consider copying the results to a local text file or some similar measure (and never submit more than 1000 results at a time).
It actually does keep all results from the last 365 days (except some LMH results), and to get the particular 1000 you're looking for, you just have to know the exponent range and/or worktype.
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Old 2012-02-22, 09:29   #7
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It actually does keep all results from the last 365 days (except some LMH results), and to get the particular 1000 you're looking for, you just have to know the exponent range and/or worktype.
You are assuming that it will be possible to formulate a query, or multiple queries, in a way such that it/they will cover all relevant results, that the server will answer your query/queries with said results, that there are no more than 1000 relevant results per query, and that your thrashing of the server will be without consequences to yourself and/or others.

Unfortunately, neither of these assumptions is generally valid.
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