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Old 2019-06-10, 21:18   #1123
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Thanks, I’ll make sure to change them
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Old 2019-06-11, 07:39   #1124
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Would it be helpful to have a field on the OBD page whereby whoever checked out the exponent can add a %-done and estimated date of completion to their existing reservation?
I don't really think that's necessary, but perhaps options to drop or alter the reservation might be nice.

How would you ensure that it's the same person though? Just a cookie?
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Old 2019-06-11, 16:00   #1125
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I don't really think that's necessary, but perhaps options to drop or alter the reservation might be nice.
How would you ensure that it's the same person though? Just a cookie?
I have added an option to unreserve an exponent, as well as to change the pledged bitlevel, and added an option to specify current % progress and estimated date of completion.

Yes, access is granted by a simple cookie that's set when you reserve an exponent. Not terribly secure, but for the handful of people doing OBD work I figure it's good enough.
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Old 2019-06-11, 18:09   #1126
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I have added an option to unreserve an exponent, as well as to change the pledged bitlevel, and added an option to specify current % progress and estimated date of completion.
Nice work! Especially the %complete update. That's a capability I'd like to see added for mersenne.org manual assignments (especially for 100M primality tests; high-p P-1; ordinary wavefront primality tests). See https://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=24262 Also re extensions, https://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=21050

Supporting TF to 95 bits seems adequate, since that's as high as mfaktc goes currently, and mfakto goes to 92 bits maximum.

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Old 2019-06-12, 13:48   #1127
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Some results:


Code:
UID: Dylan14/desktop, no factor for M3321928307 from 2^83 to 2^84 [mfaktc 0.21 barrett87_mul32_gs]
UID: Dylan14/desktop, no factor for M3321928319 from 2^83 to 2^84 [mfaktc 0.21 barrett87_mul32_gs]
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Old 2019-06-14, 00:43   #1128
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Another result:


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UID: Dylan14/desktop, no factor for M3321931931 from 2^83 to 2^84 [mfaktc 0.21 barrett87_mul32_gs]
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Old 2019-06-14, 01:23   #1129
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https://www.mersenne.ca/obd.php now shows the last 7 days of results in a table on the right side for those curious about recent progress.
And, of course, lavalamp's nifty graph is also there now.

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Old 2019-06-14, 10:45   #1130
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The graph looks good, and the recent work is also a really nice touch.
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Old 2019-06-14, 12:51   #1131
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I've finally added the OBD Progress Level (at least I think I'm calculating it correctly) and a few more statistics.
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Old 2019-06-14, 13:32   #1132
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That level doesn't seem right. This is a quote of the "silly little rule" from the eleven smooth site:
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Level 20 will be twenty candidates trial factored to at least 86 bits.
Level 19 is nineteen candidates trial factored to at least 85 bits.
Level 18 is eighteen candidates trial factored to at least 84 bits.

There will be twenty-one steps from Level 19 to Level 20: getting a twentieth candidate to 85 bits and getting each candidate from 85 to 86 bits. Each of these steps will be indicated with a decimal point (19.01, 19.02, through 19.20, then 20.00).
So 19.00 was 19 candidates at 85 bits, then we add on:
  • +0.01 for 20th candidate to 85 bits
  • +0.01 * 8, since there are now 8 candidates at 86 bits

Making the current level 19.09.
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Old 2019-06-14, 14:06   #1133
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That level doesn't seem right.
Don't do mathy things on 3 hours sleep...
I think it's fixed now.
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