20230106, 16:42  #12  
"Alexander"
Nov 2008
The Alamo City
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20230107, 03:54  #13  
Jul 2022
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In fact, I'm pretty sure the results timestamps are local time (UTC6). Looking at the 1/2 result page of 1/1, one can see that it implies I was up until a little bit past midnight, turned off my computer, and resumed after I woke up  all of which is true. All of the results pages I looked at seem to corroborate this; they only make sense based on my schedule if they are local time and not UTC. (This does leave the question of the Last Modified timestamp, which reports as the same both in normal and private windows. I therefore assume it's UTC, but then I wonder how it puts my completed work units from before 18:00 on the same page as after 18:00? Some of the early results pages clearly show the timestamp can be something other than 00:01, so maybe it's grouping by the date of the candidate and just not recording the last modified time anymore, only the last modified date? But it also puts the completed work units of the first minute of the next day in the same results page; see the 1/1 report of 12/31 for instance. Ultimately, .) Assuming the results timestamps are local time, that means all tests from the 12/28 report of 12/27 on were not on the archived page; the page was archived at 5:26 local time on the 27th. This would be 19933 additional tests completed for 3 additional primes, for a total of 89243 tests completed and 21 primes. This does leave the total score a mystery, or it would if it weren't for the fact that it was the one statistic I was tracking very closely; my final score was 19416818. Ultimately, I think my original point (rebuilding the tables) doesn't matter that much anymore. The point was making sure that everyone who contributed got credit, but I think people will know to check the Wayback Machine and/or the forum if they actually want that information. 

20230107, 08:56  #14 
"Gary"
May 2007
Overland Park, KS
2F81_{16} Posts 
I saw that there might have been a teeny bit of interest in having the stats back out there on port 12000.
Behold: The stats are back. :) I took the WayBack page that you guys provided and added it to the current stats. Fortunately Whengry was not processing any work at that moment so I was able to add his Wayback and current totals together without losing any tests in the meantime. Kruoli was the only other one processing work at that exact moment but he had no stats prior to when I erroneously wiped them out so I didn't have to touch his totals. The only issue now is the work that Whengry did between the time that the stats were wiped out and the time of the WayBack page. MooMoo, I see that you did some calculations on what Whengry did during this interval and you were maybe able to determine the exact results that may have been lost. Would it be possible to provide me with a file with those results? With the missed results in hand, I can easily update the total tests done and primes found. For the score, I should be able to easily enough back into the formula used by the server to score each test to ultimately determine the score of the entire file. I'll then add that score to his current score. 
20230108, 02:50  #15 
Jun 2010
264_{10} Posts 
Yay!
Do you think you can add the n=480K500K LLRNet stats as well? Those stats are at: https://www.mersenneforum.org/showpo...7&postcount=13 , and if you were to combine them, we'd have a complete stats page for n=480K500K. 
20230108, 06:06  #16  
"Michael Kwok"
Mar 2006
499_{16} Posts 
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The WayBack page was archived on 12/27 at 11:27 GMT time (5:27 server time), and the server was updated on January 3. Since the first test on 12/27 was after 5:27 server time, the missing results files are at: http://noprimeleftbehind.net/tps/res..._tps_12000.txt (2129 tests by Whengry) http://noprimeleftbehind.net/tps/res..._tps_12000.txt (2574 tests by Whengry) http://noprimeleftbehind.net/tps/res..._tps_12000.txt (3158 tests by Whengry) http://noprimeleftbehind.net/tps/res..._tps_12000.txt (2945 tests by Whengry) http://noprimeleftbehind.net/tps/res..._tps_12000.txt (3114 tests by Whengry) http://noprimeleftbehind.net/tps/res..._tps_12000.txt (2623 tests by Whengry) http://noprimeleftbehind.net/tps/res..._tps_12000.txt (3390 tests by Whengry) The total is 19,933 tests and 3 primes by whengryphonsfly. I've attached a combined file for convenience. Quote:
14,755 tests were done today, which is the highest daily total since late September 2011. Nice job, everyone! 

20230108, 09:38  #17  
"Gary"
May 2007
Overland Park, KS
12,161 Posts 
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The formula used by the PRPnet server for score is: Length of test ^ 2 / 1e8 Note: Length of test = int [exponent * log (2) + log (k) + 1] A quick parsing of the k and nvalue for each of the results in your attached file from Whengry came up with a total score of 4336437. That was added to the score that he already had from the WayBack page and current totals. Last fiddled with by gd_barnes on 20230108 at 09:45 

20230108, 09:41  #18 
"Gary"
May 2007
Overland Park, KS
12,161 Posts 
With the increased interest here, how about we finish n=480K500K up to k=1M ? That would finish the entire file that was sent to me. If everyone agrees and since we are going through it fairly quickly, I'll load k=920K960K into the server later today.

20230108, 11:17  #19  
Sep 2011
Potsdam, Germany
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Regards Odi 

20230108, 18:02  #20 
"Michael Kwok"
Mar 2006
11·107 Posts 

20230108, 19:56  #21 
Jun 2010
2^{3}×3×11 Posts 
Even though I voted for moving on to the quadsieved candidates in the "New Exponents for TPS" poll, I'm not opposed to testing n=480K500K until k=1M. Bestcase scenario, we find a variable nrange twin, worstcase scenario, we get a higher sieve depth for the quadsieved candidates.

20230122, 21:08  #22  
"Michael Kwok"
Mar 2006
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At that time, would you be able to load n=3.322M into port 12000 and n=1.7M into the new server? However, if only port 12000 will be available, please let me know, and I'll try and make a decision as to which nvalue we should work on. 

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