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Old 2020-07-24, 06:10   #34
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Am I correct?
Partially. Once you get the assignment, say for sake of example: 71 to 73, you can do whatever you like with it, say extend it to 77 or 78, but you should not report intermediary results. If you report anything as done (including 72, if you got manual assignment, due to a bug which was discussed here on the forum, but I don't believe is fixed), then, from the server's point of view, the job is done, the assignment is cleared (i.e. not belonging to you anymore). In this case, the worst what can happen, is that the server will assign the exponent (from 73, or the last you reported, up to some higher bitlevel) to somebody else, and in this case you will both work the higher bits in the same time, not knowing about each-other, wasting resources and stepping on each-other toes, till one of you will report the results first. The other one who reports last will get "result not needed" error, and no credit.

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Old 2020-07-24, 14:29   #35
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That's why GPU72 has various options.

"What Makes Sense" will never assign work beyond the requested pledge level (although it will sometimes assign work to a lower pledge level).

"Let GPU72 Decide", on the other hand, will set the TF'ing level to what makes the most sense at that paricular time. (Yeah, I know... Historical reasons for this somewhat backward policy.)

The other options (Lowest Exponent, Lowest TF Depth, etc) will also never assign work past the pledge level.
I found my config file.

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StagingFile:C:\mfaktc\worktodo.txt
ReloadWhenBelow:4
FetchCount:4
Low:0
High:100000000
Pledge:72

#OPTION
#WhatMakesSense = 0
#LowestTFLevel = 1
#HighestTFLevel = 2
#LowestExponent = 3
#OldestExponent = 4
Option:0

ReplaceNAwithDate:False

URL:https://www.gpu72.com/account/getassignments/lltf/
UserID:Random User
UserPWD:Ha ha you looked
I get the feeling that what is above is no longer used. I think I was getting 2^74 assignments because there was nothing available below. As I wrote before, this was not a problem.

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Old 2020-07-24, 15:09   #36
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Try the settings in the attachment.
Thank you! That is what I'll use going forward.

It takes 40 minutes for my GPU to finish a 74-75, and 80 minutes for a 75-76.

I like the fact that I'm contributing to where its needed most.
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Old 2020-07-24, 15:15   #37
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I get the feeling that what is above is no longer used. I think I was getting 2^74 assignments because there was nothing available below.
The Options being passed (I assume that configure file is for Mark's PrimeTools?) are still valid, as they are on the assignment web page (with previews).

I didn't think it worth mentioning above, but yes... For all the options if the pledge level is too low (like 72), it bumps it up to the lowest pledge available from GPU72.

MISFIT and PrimeTools really are fire-and-forget. I think there are some GPU72'ers who haven't actually looked at their crunchers for months if not years...

Edit: Oh, could a mod please redact Storm's credentials?

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Old 2020-07-24, 20:13   #38
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The Options being passed (I assume that configure file is for Mark's PrimeTools?) are still valid, as they are on the assignment web page (with previews).

I didn't think it worth mentioning above, but yes... For all the options if the pledge level is too low (like 72), it bumps it up to the lowest pledge available from GPU72.

MISFIT and PrimeTools really are fire-and-forget. I think there are some GPU72'ers who haven't actually looked at their crunchers for months if not years...

Edit: Oh, could a mod please redact Storm's credentials?
No, they are left over from Misfit. I have never heard of PrimeTools.

What is wrong with my credentials?
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Old 2020-07-24, 20:24   #39
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It's not the wisest thing to publish your credentials open for everyone to misuse.
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Old 2020-07-24, 20:50   #40
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It's not the wisest thing to publish your credentials open for everyone to misuse.
I get it now. Thanks. I thought the redaction would do the job, but it doesn't. A mouse down slide reveals what is actually there.

I think we've drifted away from poaching more than a bit.
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