1) The length 160K x87 FFT crashes. Fixed in 26.3 build 2.
2) The length 4M FFT crashes on Northwood and Willamette Pentium 4. Fixed in 26.3 build 3.
3) On a brand new install, the default on hyperthreaded machines was 2 threads per worker. This was slower for most users. In the next release, the default will be 1 thread per worker.
4) Testing 522*928^24576-1 in 64-bit executables crashes. Fixed in 26.4.
5) You cannot edit the affinity settings from the Linux menus. Fixed in 26.4.
6) Running a multi-threaded torture test on AMD machines failed. Fixed in 26.4.
7) Setting a specific FFT length in worktodo.ini sometimes selects the next larger FFT length. This would most commonly occur when an exponent being tested is near the FFT crossover point and a specific FFT length is automatically chosen based on the roundoff error in the first 1000 iterations. Fixed in 26.4.
8) Multi-line additional information from the Primenet server was not parse properly. Only the first line was parsed. Thus, when successfully completing a double-check only the successful completion was written to prime.log. The cpu credit amount was not written to prime.log. Fixed in 26.4.
9) When doing PRP on non-base-2 numbers the time estimate in Test/Status was off by a factor of log2(base). Fixed in 26.4.
10) On a 32-bit Mac, some FFT implementations were missing. Fixed in next release.