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Old 2008-10-21, 04:05   #12
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Killed another one in the 2^70 range., assigned to Anonymous.

[Oct 20 20:01] Trial factoring of M332195359 to 2^70 is 22.12% complete. Time: 773.382 sec.
[Oct 20 20:11] M332195359 has a factor: 717794085796277137231


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Date					10/20/2008
Average bit depth for first 100 expos	70.6
Average bit depth for first 1000 expos	65.28
100th active expo (no factor found)	332197793
1000th active expo (no factor found)	332238073
Unitless total effort number		298144
Number of first 100 exos to 2^70	88
Number of first 1000 exos to 2^70	95
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Old 2008-10-25, 18:18   #13
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Yet another kill of one assigned to LL (to Anonymous on 10-05)

[Oct 25 08:53] Trial factoring of M332197897 to 2^67 is 49.16% complete.
[Oct 25 08:54] M332197897 has a factor: 116889392736489117791

BTW all of the first 100 are to 2^70

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Old 2008-10-25, 18:48   #14
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Yet another kill of one assigned to LL (to Anonymous on 10-05)

[Oct 25 08:53] Trial factoring of M332197897 to 2^67 is 49.16% complete.
[Oct 25 08:54] M332197897 has a factor: 116889392736489117791

BTW all of the first 100 are to 2^70
Does anyone know if whoever's reserved these is still actually wasting his time on LLing these eliminated ones, or is he dropping them as they're being factored? (If he's still continuing on them, then I'd say he really didn't know what he was getting into when he started work on these huge exponents! :smiel:)
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Old 2008-10-25, 22:07   #15
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Does anyone know if whoever's reserved these is still actually wasting his time on LLing these eliminated ones, or is he dropping them as they're being factored? (If he's still continuing on them, then I'd say he really didn't know what he was getting into when he started work on these huge exponents! :smiel:)
Hopefully, he/she has their machine set to report updates to the v5 server every 14-28 days. The v5 server should report back to Prime95 to stop work on that expo. Prime95 (25.x of course) would then abandon that number. Then Prime95 and v5 would then negociate a new assignment, likely a 100M digit.

Monday I plan to bring another core on board for this range. It will do all of the range above 2^70, while I have another doing all of the 67-70, and a third bringing things up from the basement to the 67 or 68 range.

Other workers are welcome. If you are letting one core do LL, you can TF with the other nicely.
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Old 2008-10-26, 05:40   #16
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Hopefully, he/she has their machine set to report updates to the v5 server every 14-28 days. The v5 server should report back to Prime95 to stop work on that expo. Prime95 (25.x of course) would then abandon that number. Then Prime95 and v5 would then negociate a new assignment, likely a 100M digit.
Really? I would think v5 would try to assign a "normal-sized" number...

Anyway, that exponent is now listed as factored on v5. No mention of ANONYMOUS any more.

http://v5www.mersenne.org/report_exp...&B1=Get+status
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Really? I would think v5 would try to assign a "normal-sized" number...
If they chose a 100M number, they likely didn't change their options, so between Prime95 and v5, the 100M option will reign.

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Anyway, that exponent is now listed as factored on v5. No mention of ANONYMOUS any more.
yep that happens when the factor is submitted.
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If they chose a 100M number, they likely didn't change their options, so between Prime95 and v5, the 100M option will reign.
But how could PrimeNet remember a "100M option" when there is no 100M option? Wouldn't it just see the 100M tests as cherry-picked exponents that are simply deviations from the "standard routine" of whatever that user has left set as their default? For example, recently I "cherry-picked" a 17M doublecheck test on v5 by manually inserting it into worktodo.txt, and as soon as it was done my machine went write back to its normal work preference of trial factoring work.
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yep that happens when the factor is submitted.
I've noticed that whoever's crunching these would at least appear to be updating their progress with GIMPS reasonably frequently (at least, when I checked it yesterday, the 25th, all the ones I saw said 10/24 and 10/25 on the Exponent Status page--presumably that means the last time Prime95 updated progress to PrimeNet). So, maybe there's still a reasonable chance that this guy is getting the bad news (good news? ) about his exponents after all.

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But how could PrimeNet remember a "100M option" when there is no 100M option?
There is an option, if you log in to the v5 server.
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But how could PrimeNet remember a "100M option" when there is no 100M option?
It shows up in the v25 client when it talks to the v5 server, too:
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It shows up in the v25 client when it talks to the v5 server, too:
is that a 25.7 addition
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There is an option, if you log in to the v5 server.
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It shows up in the v25 client when it talks to the v5 server, too:
Ah, I see now. As henryzz said also, is this new in v25.7 (and presumably added to the server at around that time)? I personally haven't had any reason to look in that drop-down box on the v5 web pages since before 25.7 was released, and I also haven't yet gotten around to upgrading to 25.7 yet (still on 25.6), so that would explain my ignorance in regard to this.
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