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[SG] DOA
2002-09-08 08:18:32
Hey Steven,

found myself missing on the personal stats...
Still integrated in the team stats, though... ?!?

Could you have a look at it?

Thx, Gerald
Bluumi [SwissTeam.NET]
2002-09-08 10:14:12
look at place 170 or so ... near by ME

big grin
AySz88
2002-09-08 10:44:30
Stephen!  It broke again!
Pascal
2002-09-08 11:21:01
Stephen?  The stats are a bit confused?

:grank:

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[Ars]kenlow
2002-09-08 12:44:04
It's not me...I tell you...It's not me big grin big grin
Bluumi [SwissTeam.NET]
2002-09-08 15:27:29
@kenlow
big grin

But we need you .... Hmmm... i think i wasn't it too... i don't send some ... razz
Stephen Brooks
2002-09-09 01:42:47
Either the same thing as before has happened (one of the results files getting a corrupt line in it), or this is some error due to [SG]DOA going over 2`147`483`647 particles, which is the limit of signed 32-bit integers in C. I thought I'd added a facility for it to carry over into billions though.... but that's untested as yet so there probably could be bugs in it.

I hope your stats numbers themselves are OK even if the ranks on the LHS are messed up.  You can find your actual rank by getting http://stephenbrooks.org/muon1rawstats.txt using the import text wizard on Excel with tab delimiters and then sorting by particle count...


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Hannibal
2002-09-09 02:56:42
Hi, Stephen

quote:
Originally posted by Stephen Brooks:
Either the same thing as before has happened (one of the results files getting a corrupt line in it), or this is some error due to [SG]DOA going over 2`147`483`647 particles, which is the limit of signed 32-bit integers in C.


Maybe you should use 64 bit long long int?

Hannibal
Stephen Brooks
2002-09-09 03:56:14
Heh that's what I _thought_ I'd done, but the long-long support (as it is with many C packages) is a bit dodgy, so I might have to check it out.
Stephen Brooks
2002-09-09 11:49:57
Ah, forgot to convert an 'int' variable that I was using for sorting the ranks into a 'long long' one.  It's fixed now.


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Pascal
2002-09-09 12:19:44
Stephen, you think it' necessary to change the number of the rank into a long long int?  big grin

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Stephen Brooks
2002-09-09 15:13:56
It would certainly be nice if the combined populations of India and China signed up to this project so we'd have >2.15 billion members.  I'd need to buy a bigger hard-disk though.
[SG] fj
2002-09-09 15:36:03
quote:
Originally posted by Stephen Brooks:
It would certainly be nice if the combined populations of India and China signed up to this project so we'd have >2.15 billion members.  I'd need to buy a bigger hard-disk though.


Nope.  You then would only have to set up a child-project: Distributed Hard-Disking

Hang in there,
fj
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