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Old 2013-10-03, 21:21   #1
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I'm still figuring out what all the numbers mean :D

From what I understand, an exponent like 64505807,71,72, which I'm currently assigned, would be in the 64M range, correct?

I got assigned exponents like 69511333,70,72 today. But there is no 69M on the estimated completion chart. On my slower GT 430s, I've configured primetools/mfloop.py to fetch exponents up to 72. Did I get the 69M exponent because GPU72 ran out of 72 and lower range work to do in the 60M to 66M range?
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To my knowledge, that is only for CPU work. (assignments fetched by Prime95/mprime)
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Old 2013-10-04, 01:09   #3
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I got assigned exponents like 69511333,70,72 today. But there is no 69M on the estimated completion chart.
To be perfectly honest, I've made available some work without being explicit about it.

GPU72 has been bringing in candidates only TFed to 70 bits as they expire above 67M, and made them available for those who know. The reason is I grow frustrated by those who claim such simple assignments from PrimeNet, and then don't do them.

I have now exposed the reports for all the ranges up to 70M. We are not managing any work above 70M but less than 330M.

My apologies. I should have been more honest and explicit.

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To be perfectly honest, I've made available some work without being explicit about it.

GPU72 has been bringing in candidates only TFed to 70 bits as they expire above 67M, and made them available for those who know. The reason is I grow frustrated by those who claim such simple assignments from PrimeNet, and then don't do them.

I have now exposed the reports for all the ranges up to 70M. We are not managing any work above 70M but less than 330M.

My apologies. I should have been more honest and explicit.
Thanks for the explanation!
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Old 2013-10-04, 05:42   #5
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Bad Chalsall! Bad!

(waiting for davi' to jump to his throat... )
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Old 2013-10-04, 06:12   #6
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Bad Chalsall! Bad!

(waiting for davi' to jump to his throat... )
Heh, that was my first thought, too. And I'm new here.
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