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Old 2009-12-13, 02:55   #1
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hI, I`ve been running GIMPS since middle 1998, but never seen what is happenning now with my credits. Although iḿ crunching nearly 1000 exponents/day (TF and p-1), my credits are falling down , i was 22º in TF a pair of days ago and now i lost almost 15 Ghz in one day-
Any idea. thx a lot
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Old 2009-12-13, 05:01   #2
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One thing I can tell you is that the new stats are 365 days running totals...might that explain it?

You can still get lifetime stats but it takes a bit more querying.
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Old 2009-12-15, 02:55   #3
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Hi, well, that seems to be the problem. Each day i lost a quantity exactly i gained 365 days before. Thank you, !!
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