Account Total Credit > SUM( each computer Total Credit )

Christian
Christian
Joined: 31 Mar 05
Posts: 13
Credit: 9,791,619
RAC: 676
Topic 189326

I'm not complaining, but very curious. :)

I have a little program that loads daily stats on total credit and RAC for my account and each of the nine systems I am using. It then computes and plots totals, daily deltas, slopes, slope changes, etc, then trend-lines them.

I have noticed that my Account Total Credit is always greater than the sum of each individual system Total Credit for the day. So I started tracking the difference in May.

For the first two weeks, the difference (Account Total - SUM(Individual Totals)) varied between 219 and 223 each day.

Then on May 17, the Account Total jumped to 305 greater than the sum of all system totals. Since then, it has varied from 304 to 307 greater.

Any explanation of why it is larger and why the difference has increased?

Curious minds want to know ...

Wurgl (speak^Wcrunching for Special: Off-Topic)
Wurgl (speak^Wc...
Joined: 11 Feb 05
Posts: 321
Credit: 140,550,008
RAC: 0

Account Total Credit > SUM( each computer Total Credit )

For the first two weeks, the difference (Account Total - SUM(Individual Totals)) varied between 219 and 223 each day.

You mean:
5,500.17+1,925.04+3,426.60+1,266.71+2,531.25+2,831.70+2,276.99+86.26+8,166.62
gives 28,011.34 and you currently have 28,230.57?

Did you ever delete a host?

Christian
Christian
Joined: 31 Mar 05
Posts: 13
Credit: 9,791,619
RAC: 676

Nope

Nope

Christian
Christian
Joined: 31 Mar 05
Posts: 13
Credit: 9,791,619
RAC: 676

And even that would not

And even that would not account for the variation. Here's a few weeks of samples. "Delta" is how much greater my Account Total Credit is than the sum of each Computer Total Credit for each day:

Date Delta
--------- ------
4-May-05 222
5-May-05 222
6-May-05 222
7-May-05 223
8-May-05 222
9-May-05 222
10-May-05 220
11-May-05 219
12-May-05 198
13-May-05 219
14-May-05 221
15-May-05 222
16-May-05 219
17-May-05 342
18-May-05 305
19-May-05 304
20-May-05 220
21-May-05 305
22-May-05 305
23-May-05 307
24-May-05 306
25-May-05 220
26-May-05 306
27-May-05 306
28-May-05 307
29-May-05 307
30-May-05 306
31-May-05 305
1-Jun-05 306
2-Jun-05 306
3-Jun-05 304
4-Jun-05 307
5-Jun-05 307
6-Jun-05 345
7-Jun-05 306
8-Jun-05 305
9-Jun-05 305
10-Jun-05 305

Surely other people would have noticed this if it is common. I wonder if those that have single systems running E@H can say that their Account Total and Computer Total are equal?

Wurgl (speak^Wcrunching for Special: Off-Topic)
Wurgl (speak^Wc...
Joined: 11 Feb 05
Posts: 321
Credit: 140,550,008
RAC: 0

Surely other people would

Message 12375 in response to message 12374

Surely other people would have noticed this if it is common. I wonder if those that have single systems running E@H can say that their Account Total and Computer Total are equal?

Don't have a single System, but I have never deleted any host and as far as I remember I have never merged one.
9088.60+11711.75+8926.93+1802.18+12529.29+7846.30+6085.01+5949.18+2562.87+2110.65+95.22
gives 68707.98

and my account shows 69,354.11?

So I got a bonus of 646.13 cobblestones.

Conclusion: I do not care :-)

JoeB
JoeB
Joined: 24 Feb 05
Posts: 120
Credit: 43,658,975
RAC: 25,572

I've noticed the same

I've noticed the same situation. "Your Account" is always higher than the sum of "Your Computers". It seemed to me that for what ever reason the "Your Computer" total were old/late compared to the "Your Account" page.
BTW this was true even when I was running only one computer "Your Account">"Your Computer".

Joe B

Christian
Christian
Joined: 31 Mar 05
Posts: 13
Credit: 9,791,619
RAC: 676

Thanx for the replies. I

Thanx for the replies.

I can now put it to bed... :)

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