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2013-09-05, 13:59   #56
TeknoHog

Mar 2010

22·32 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by chalsall Coolness. Please let me know if I can be of any assistance.
Cheers! I think I'm fine for now :)

 2014-06-19, 14:21 #57 Mark Rose     "/X\(‘-‘)/X\" Jan 2013 1011011001012 Posts Teknohog merged a pull request of mine to his primetools/mfloop.py script. New functionality includes:Buffering GHz-days of work instead of a simple count of assignments Fetching LLTF or DCTF Supporting the GPU72 "option". The default is "what makes sense" but you can choose any of the options, including letting GPU72 decide
 2014-09-06, 05:36 #58 Mark Rose     "/X\(‘-‘)/X\" Jan 2013 B6516 Posts Heads up to primetools/mfloop.py users: the way the script detected that the results were successfully submitted broke with the changes, but I've fixed it in my fork: http://github.com/MarkRose/primetools I've submitted a pull request to teknohog.
 2014-10-07, 07:12 #59 Mark Rose     "/X\(‘-‘)/X\" Jan 2013 2,917 Posts The HTML mfloop.py used to test for a successful login changed today, so there's another update on my fork. I've submitted another pull request to TeknoHog.
 2020-10-07, 14:12 #60 jwnutter   "Joe" Oct 2019 United States 1148 Posts Not sure if this is the correct thread for my post, but it's at least very close. In any event, I'm using MISFIT 2.11.0 to run a single instance of MFAKTC 0.21 on a RTX2080. Both programs work great, but I have one question for the group. Why does MISFIT receive TF work so far ahead of the wave front when compared to the manual assignments received from: https://www.mersenne.org/manual_gpu_assignment/? As an example, the MISFIT assignments are in the M210000000 range and the manual assignments are in the M111000000 range. It would seem to me that the manual assignment range makes more sense, but maybe I'm missing something.
 2020-10-07, 17:27 #61 Aramis Wyler     "Bill Staffen" Jan 2013 Pittsburgh, PA, USA 3·137 Posts I have a copy of misfit running on my work box, and the numbers it pulls are all in the 100 to 105M range. All 101s atm.
2020-10-07, 18:03   #62
jwnutter

"Joe"
Oct 2019
United States

22×19 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Aramis Wyler I have a copy of misfit running on my work box, and the numbers it pulls are all in the 100 to 105M range. All 101s atm.
Interesting, thanks for the reply. Maybe I missed a setting somewhere in misfit. I’ll look things over again.

2020-10-07, 20:16   #63
chalsall
If I May

"Chris Halsall"
Sep 2002

100100100111112 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by jwnutter Interesting, thanks for the reply. Maybe I missed a setting somewhere in misfit. I’ll look things over again.
Keep in mind that MISFIT can get work from both Primenet and GPU72.

As part of your debugging drill-down, look to see which is the assignment source.

2020-10-07, 21:01   #64
jwnutter

"Joe"
Oct 2019
United States

22·19 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by chalsall Keep in mind that MISFIT can get work from both Primenet and GPU72. As part of your debugging drill-down, look to see which is the assignment source.
MISFIT Work Source = GIMPS. This may account for at least part of the difference. If so, my original question might best be directed to George and team. I'm currently TF'ing about 50 ~210M exponents a day from a bit level of ~72 to 76. I guess any reliable results are good results, but I found it odd that the thousands of exponents I've tested over the last few months were all way out in front of the current wave. Less TF work to be done later I suppose.
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 2020-10-07, 21:05 #65 Prime95 P90 years forever!     Aug 2002 Yeehaw, FL 52×172 Posts I'd have to know what MISFIT is asking the manual pages for. The gpu_manual_assignments page defaults to a range far below the 200 millions.
2020-10-07, 23:52   #66
jwnutter

"Joe"
Oct 2019
United States

22×19 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Prime95 I'd have to know what MISFIT is asking the manual pages for. The gpu_manual_assignments page defaults to a range far below the 200 millions.
I'm not sure if this is helpful, but here's what's shown in MISFITConfig.txt.

Code:
LaunchURLonExport:www.mersenne.org
LaunchURL:www.mersenne.org
SetExtProcessWorkingDirectoryToGivenPath:True
StartExtProcessDelay:1
GimpsStatsCacheTimeout:30
ShowConfirmationDialogs:False
ShowExportResultsInExternalFileViewer:True
EnableSchedules:True
GIMPSUserID:jwnutter
AutoBalanceDifferenceTrigger:0
SMTPServer:
SMTPPort:25
SMTPUserID:
SMTPUseTLS:False
SMTPRequiresAuthentication:False
SMTPRecipients:
MinimizeToSysTray:False
MinsOldBeforeProcessStallAlarm:10
NotifyWhenGHZdaysToDoDropsBelow:1750
SendEmailWhenLowGHZdaysIsDetected:False
ShowWorkingFactorInPhases:True
AssignWorkWhenGHZdaysToDoDropsBelow:2975
MaxGhDzPerAutoAssignEvent:2275
WorkFetchExternalCommand:
WorkFetchExternalCommandArguments:
WorkFetchExternalCommandEmailResults:False
WorkFetchMISFITWorkToDoHoursBetweenChecks:1
WorkFetchWhenRemainingMISFITWorkToDoDropsBelowGhDz:4375
WorkFetchAssignmentsToFetch:16
WorkFetchBitLevelTo:76
WorkFetchReplaceIdentifierWithDate:False
WorkFetchMode:1
GPU72UserID:
WorkFetchGPU72WorkType:0
WorkFetchGPU72Preference:0
WorkFetchGPU72ExponentLow:0
WorkFetchGPU72ExponentHigh:100000000
WorkFetchGPU72FallBack:True
WorkFetchGPU72GHZdays:3500
PurgeLogsDaysOld:0
DuplicateAssignmentsDetectionIncludeBitLevel:False
ProductivityShowAverages:False
EmailSubjectExtenralFetchResults:MISFIT fetch results
EmailSubjectLowGHZDsToDo:MISFIT detected the work queue is low!
EmailSubjectStalledProcess:MISFIT detected a stalled process!
EmailSubjectStats:MISFIT statistics report
StartWithStallDetectionSuspended:False
EmailSubjectGIOMPanelRemainsOpen:MISFIT GIOM PANEL is open!
SendEmailWhenGIOMPanelRemainsOpen:False
HoldBackPartialResults:True
Lookin:C:\xxxxxx
StartExtProcessName:C:\xxxxxx
Scheduler:*,20:55,UPLOAD_RESULTS

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