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  1. Thread: Statistics?

    by hc_grove
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    Statistics?

    I don't understand the daily rates of my user stats.

    Today I see the following numbers (on http://seventeenorbust.com/stats/users/user.mhtml?userID=2437):

    Work rate 14.81 M jEMs/sec
    Work...
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    I have also tried submitting a few factors today,...

    I have also tried submitting a few factors today, none of those I tried submitting in the usual submission form worked, but the one found using p-1-factoring luckily was big enough to use the...
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    Yes. Check out: The sieving and factoring...

    Yes. Check out:

    The sieving and factoring stats
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    None of the factors I've tried submitting today...

    None of the factors I've tried submitting today worked, whether I tried submitting them sperately or more at a time. :cry: Among those were:

    181022579901641 | 19249*2^5530478+1

    which is already...
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    :bs: Which is approximately 100000 times as much...

    :bs:
    Which is approximately 100000 times as much as the factors!

    I considered that (and even tried submitting them there - as the finder of the largest factor so far I know that page), no...
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    Factors that doesn't verify?

    My sieve clients have found a couple of factors that doesn't verify according to http://www.seventeenorbust.com/sieve/

    When I try submitting the following factors:
    180567238560433 |...
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    There is no Linux version of 1.2.0. :(

    There is no Linux version of 1.2.0. :(
  8. Trying to assign a expiration time based on what...

    Trying to assign a expiration time based on what computer is assigned the test, would cause weird results for me, since I move the tests from computer to computer depending on which are on and...
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    I'm not the administrator of those machines, so I...

    I'm not the administrator of those machines, so I can't really do anything. :(
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    The sb client doesn't use any dat file. :) I...

    The sb client doesn't use any dat file. :)

    I have a somewhat similar setup, only I have both prp-tests and sieve-ranges (and technically factoring tests - but those only run on 1 or 2 computers)...
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    Re: New client = amazing

    Because of an error making it impossible to test n's larger than 4980000.



    Yes, hyperthreading is (almost) like having two CPU's, and the client only runs on one. On a real SMP system running...
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    Thank you. This seems to have the network...

    Thank you.

    This seems to have the network problem too, though, so I hope you'll make a version of 1.2.2, when that comes.
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    Thank you very much Louie, we have needed this...

    Thank you very much Louie, we have needed this for a long time.

    Could we have a version that only depends on glibc 2.2? I'm not the administrator of all the machines I use for SoB, so I can't just...
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    It sounds very realistic that you haven't found...

    It sounds very realistic that you haven't found any factors in a range that small.
    If you got any results they would be in the fact.txt file, so take a look there (if you haven't found any factors...
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    It's the same for p-1.You have to manually...

    It's the same for p-1.You have to manually reserve a range, tell the client the range and report the factors found.
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    I've tried p-1 factoring them, but found no...

    I've tried p-1 factoring them, but found no factors.
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    Okay, I screwed up a little. :bang: Today I've...

    Okay, I screwed up a little. :bang: Today I've submitted a number of factors without being logged in. :blush: Is it possible to have them properly assigned to me? (luckily none of them were...
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    But it is a problem for those of us doing p-1. I...

    But it is a problem for those of us doing p-1. I wasn't aware of the problem this morning, so I put my laptop to work on n's around 5.22M, if you are getting WU's around 5.21M now, that is a little...
  19. Thread: P-1 factorer

    by hc_grove
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    But my 36 digit factor was found using B1=35000,...

    But my 36 digit factor was found using B1=35000, B2=420000, so B1 and B2 doesn't have to be that big.

    Having said that, I do think my factor will be our largest for quite a while. Maybe MikeH...
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    Re: size of primes

    It's possible, it just requires that many more people (computers) work on SoB than GIMPS.

    Realistically I don't think so. Some of my reasons for thinking so:
    - For comparable n's each of our...
  21. Thread: P-1 factorer

    by hc_grove
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    I redirect both STDOUT and STDERR with ...

    I redirect both STDOUT and STDERR with

    ./sbfactor 5134000 5136000 45 1.5 512 > uddata 2>&1

    and that works.
  22. Thread: P-1 factorer

    by hc_grove
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    Just in case anyone is interested, here is the...

    Just in case anyone is interested, here is the factorization of p-1:

    2*3*457*86491*8622413*13809557*9251514854849
  23. Thread: P-1 factorer

    by hc_grove
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    Now I have. (I had completely forgotten about...

    Now I have. (I had completely forgotten about that page).



    That's what I counted it to. :thumbs:
  24. Thread: P-1 factorer

    by hc_grove
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    I'm having a little trouble reporting the last...

    I'm having a little trouble reporting the last factor that I have found.

    261252098359999236987971694398316499 | 28433*2^5314225+1

    The factor is larger than 2^117 and the Sieve Result Submission...
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    I did wonder why that factor scored so much,...

    I did wonder why that factor scored so much, thanks for the explanation.
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