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Old 2022-07-19, 15:30   #936
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Understood. Thank you again for your outstanding work at running the site
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Old 2022-07-19, 16:52   #937
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Factor queue cleared out, TF status data filled in for July 17/18.
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Old 2022-07-24, 17:06   #938
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I will be doing some database maintenance in about an hour, site will be down for about an hour after that.
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Old 2022-07-24, 19:44   #939
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I will be doing some database maintenance in about an hour, site will be down for about an hour after that.
Database adjustments are complete. With any luck you won't notice any difference, but let me know if I broke something.
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Old 2022-08-09, 16:33   #940
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Default Exponents with GAPS in TF

This report cleanly notes all exponents with missing TF bit levels reported.

HOWEVER...

mfaktc (and maybe other tools) allow a user to stop a bit level part way through if a factor is found.

For completeness (or my OCD) is there any way for this report (or one like it) to report these "GAPS" too and allow someone to clean these up?

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Old 2022-08-09, 16:49   #941
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mfaktc ... allow a user to stop a bit level part way through if a factor is found.
Unless the factor result is specifically marked as being range-complete, the TF-F assumed to be range-incomplete and treated as if no TF was done in that range (for the purpose of finding gaps).

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Old 2022-08-09, 19:02   #942
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Primenet: There is a notation about wanting json format results on the manual results submission page. The version of mfaktc I am using does not support this. Do any of the more recent ones?
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Old 2022-08-09, 23:01   #943
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Primenet: There is a notation about wanting json format results on the manual results submission page. The version of mfaktc I am using does not support this. Do any of the more recent ones?
I assume you're talking about https://www.mersenne.org/manual_result/
Which is clearly not part of the thread you posted in.

But no, mfakt[co] do not support JSON results. I think there may have been some mention from Oliver a few years ago about adding it in for v0.22, but to my knowledge mfaktx development has been more-or-less stopped for several years.
Your mfaktx results will be accepted just fine. The request for submitting JSON results applies specifically to Prime95/Mprime, as it notes in the text on that page.
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Old 2022-09-07, 08:41   #944
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312203 does not have a T-level, maybe others, either? Is this by decision?
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Old 2022-09-07, 08:55   #945
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I don't think the t-levels sometimes displayed are particularly accurate - as far as I can tell, they have been calculated by taking the highest digit level with sufficient curves, and then adding on the proportion of curves at the next level completed, regardless of B2 used. The (imo) more helpful data is displayed in the table below - for example, on M1277 the displayed t-level is 65.652, but according to the table 0.845*t70 has been completed.

I don't really have the knowledge to suggest definitively what *should* be used, but my guess is that linearly interpolating based on the proportion of the next t-level displayed in the table instead would usually be more accurate.

This is all slightly rambly and not related to the missing t-level you saw - I just noticed this about the t-levels displayed and wanted to point it out.
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Old 2022-09-07, 13:12   #946
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312203 does not have a T-level, maybe others, either? Is this by decision?
Fixed, thanks.
I have also removed the "old method" table since, well, the new one seems to be better.
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