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Old 2004-04-14, 03:33   #1
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There seem to be some weird residues in status.txt and I was wondering if someone could explain them. The couple that I found were...

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7336607  64  D  0x                                13-Nov-03 17:43  Dummy_Results  dummy
8801867  65  D  0xD3667300F3112D00__              19-Nov-03 09:37  Oerwin         lin
9046523  64  D  0x                                12-Sep-03 13:00  diamonddave    finrad.dc
9061981  64  D  0x                                13-Sep-03 15:01  diamonddave    finrad.dc
9062957  64  D  0x                                13-Sep-03 19:10  diamonddave    finrad.dc
9096713  64  D  0x                                17-Sep-03 04:30  diamonddave    finrad.dc
9097853  64  D  0x                                17-Sep-03 12:47  diamonddave    finrad.dc
9103049  64  D  0x                                18-Sep-03 02:55  diamonddave    finrad.dc
9105823  64  D  0x                                19-Sep-03 00:04  diamonddave    finrad.dc
9110279  64  D  0x                                20-Sep-03 01:52  diamonddave    finrad.dc
9138043  64  D  0x                                21-Sep-03 14:02  diamonddave    finrad.dc
9139289  64  D  0x                                22-Sep-03 02:25  diamonddave    finrad.dc
If you are wondering what is wrong with exponent 8801867, it has 20 digits in its residue (18 shown and 2 covered up) and it should only have 18 (16 showing and 2 covered up).

Are these dodgy results or is there some explanation for them.
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Old 2004-04-14, 15:04   #2
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Dummy_Results? That is a suspicious sounding username.
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Old 2004-04-15, 11:44   #3
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After doing a little more digging around, I found all of these exponents in lucas_v.txt. The entries are as follows....

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7336607,mit.jyu.fi,p2-266,WU1,365275B92BFE7004,5690306,00000000
7336607,dyballa,,WZ5,365275B92BFE7004,5920544,00000000

8801867,pietorye,C137A5705,WV1,D3667300F3112D00,1702363,00000000
8801867,Oerwin,lin,WZ1,D3667300F3112D00,3741133,00000000

9046523,bmg9611,PPA_LMF06,WU2,FCF811FDE49CFCE9,5584128,00000000
9046523,Team_Prime_Rib,Reboot_It169,WZ1,FCF811FDE49CFCE9,1538498,00000000

9061981,RobertClark,Brian,WU1,07635602596A7A53,5678415,00000000
9061981,nametihwd,C90CC82FB,WZ1,07635602596A7A53,4098098,03000300

9062957,enorris,W586-200I,WU1,9EED418EAE264469,2693246,00000000
9062957,S01357,Home,WY1,9EED418EAE264469,7336068,05000500

9096713,mosman,jason,WU1,7880700D6136FB34,1754066,00000000
9096713,Tha,compaq1,WZ1,7880700D6136FB34,5268398,00000000

9097853,curtisc,cca51,WV5,06843EA6DB34119C,5350579,80000000
9097853,Team_Prime_Rib,CD5E02AB8,WZ1,06843EA6DB34119C,3125762,00000000

9103049,curtisc,cca13,WV5,F979569EBF7942D4,8151969,80000000
9103049,hb9bfg,P3-500-256MB,WY1,F979569EBF7942D4,515897,00000000

9105823,heij,zener,WV1,FA413325F986A3D1,7394945,80000000
9105823,S73679,C0BD089B6,WZ1,FA413325F986A3D1,5260112,00000000

9110279,fquinones,coqui,WU5,EBE33C5982DC8475,4418816,00000000
9110279,WileECoyote,L21591,WY1,EBE33C5982DC8475,7749699,00000000

9138043,curtisc,sforawi,WU1,3D462FE5BBCDD0FB,9036419,00000000
9138043,alastair,work2,WZ2,3D462FE5BBCDD0FB,1467563,00000000

9139289,MPICE,bio-11,WU5,329EB059E718E6EF,1365549,00000000
9139289,OWL,Pentium_II,WY1,329EB059E718E6EF,8352998,00000000
However, the interesting thing that I found was that the dodgy residues were not in bad.txt nor was it in hrf3.txt. The dodgy residues were no where to be found in the status files.
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Old 2004-04-15, 20:26   #4
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I'd guess these we're incorrectly parsed results coming from the manual web forms.
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Old 2004-04-21, 16:15   #5
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Or, they were dummy results that were submitted using the manual results form for exponents that already had two matching residues or a factor and were still assigned on Primenet. GP2 and I trawled for this kind of exponents and we submitted some "dummy_results" to prevent an unnecessary third test.
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