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Old 2021-07-15, 15:49   #2223
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Seems fine now?
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Old 2021-07-15, 15:49   #2224
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www.mersenne.org or pages beneath get the hourglass, not the page. No manual assignments or reporting.
I don’t see that problem.
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Old 2021-07-15, 16:33   #2225
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Lasted ~30 minutes beginning ~1530 UTC here on my main laptop with rarely a mersenne.org page load. Other news sites etc were ok throughout. DNS resolution and tracert were ok near end of hourglass time. In the time it took to then try a different system on the same LAN (ok) and retry this laptop, it was ok again. I did not see any evidence for a big proof file upload etc.

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Old 2021-07-15, 17:23   #2226
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* just going to that page implies a query is started
* ..and the upper bound changes to 999999937
These two issues should be fixed.

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The current query doesn't show the status of the tests for factored Mersenne numbers.
I don't understand the GIMPS database well enough to extract this info.
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Old 2021-07-16, 08:35   #2227
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On the Active Assignments page it would be useful to have a distinction between PRP and PRP-CF.

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Old 2021-07-16, 23:15   #2228
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On the Active Assignments page it would be useful to have a distinction between PRP and PRP-CF.
Can you give me a couple example exponents with those two assignment types so I can see if I can make the report distinguish those?
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These are not active, bout of the right types.
Straight PRP: 83770189
PRP-CF: 11373499
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Old 2021-07-17, 02:22   #2230
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As far as I can tell, PRP-CF is just assigned as "PRP", I don't think I can easily differentiate it on the assignments page given the data I currently have access to.
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Old 2021-07-17, 02:40   #2231
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As far as I can tell, PRP-CF is just assigned as "PRP", I don't think I can easily differentiate it on the assignments page given the data I currently have access to.
Either use the exponent range (PRP-CF <= 20M)
OR use the fact that PRP-CF happens only on exponents with factors.
Are these options possible?
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Old 2021-07-17, 03:12   #2232
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Either use the exponent range (PRP-CF <= 20M)
OR use the fact that PRP-CF happens only on exponents with factors.
Are these options possible?
Exponent size is obviously easy (but hard-coding such rules sounds like a poor idea, 5 years from now the target will have moved).
I don't know (from the data presented to me) which exponents have factors or not.
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As far as I can tell, PRP-CF is just assigned as "PRP", I don't think I can easily differentiate it on the assignments page given the data I currently have access to.
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Either use the exponent range (PRP-CF <= 20M)
OR use the fact that PRP-CF happens only on exponents with factors.
Are these options possible?
Right now all of the CF assignments get treated as Cat 0 because they are below the Cat 0 cutoff.
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