I started running PSP LLR on a couple of old computers. One of these is an AMD Sempron 3000+. Until the last WU, all of the n's were in the 3M range, and these were finishing in around 60 hours, roughly four times the PrimeGrid average (which is normal for that computer.)
The most recent WU is in the 9M range, and is running roughly four times slower, about 2 hours per one percent complete.
That's roughly 200 hours,which is 32 hours longer than the 7 day deadline.
So, the first question is, should I abort this or let it complete? Even though I'll miss the deadline, I suspect I'll still finish soon enough to get credit.
Second, is it normal for this range of 'n' to take that much longer to compute? If so, might I suggest that WUs with higher range n's receive longer deadlines? If it takes 2.5 days for an average computer to computer this WU, then half of the machines out there (the ones below the average) are going to have deadline issues.
My lucky number is 75898524288+1
(I am NOT an administrator anymore, so please don't PM me with questions. I can't help.)