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gamer007 2009-04-09 22:13

[quote=gd_barnes;168687]Just to confirm: Are you running on a Windows machine? If so, do you see the little green LLR square on the bottom right of your screen for each occurrence of LLR that is running? As Max stated, when that turns red, then the range is done.

I'm not sure if it was mentioned or not, although you probably figured it out already: It's best to run each occurrence of LLR from a separate directory (folder). As a general rule, that applies to any software that you would use for our project: LLRnet, manual LLR, sr(x)sieve, etc.


Gary[/quote]

Running Windows 7, each occurence has its own icon. So far they're all running good. No primes yet, hopefully soon.

gd_barnes 2009-04-10 05:25

[quote=gamer007;168688]Running Windows 7, each occurence has its own icon. So far they're all running good. No primes yet, hopefully soon.[/quote]

Very good.

For the n-range that you are running on a sieve to P=4T, on average, you should get 1 prime for every 5647 tests. With 10704 tests in the files that you reserved, you should get close to a total of 2 primes.

Of course you could get none or 5 or 6. Good luck! :smile:


Gary

gamer007 2009-04-12 19:45

1 Attachment(s)
421.7K-422K is done. No primes.
Results uploaded.

Now reserving 424K-425K.

gamer007 2009-04-16 16:01

1 Attachment(s)
420.2K-421K is now completed, no primes.
Results uploaded.

EDIT: Reserving 425.4K-426K

gamer007 2009-04-21 06:43

Looks like I found a prime!
423K-424K:

4000000000000:M:1:2:258
[B]3141 423703[/B]

MyDogBuster 2009-04-21 07:06

[quote]
Looks like I found a prime!
423K-424K:

4000000000000:M:1:2:258
[B]3141 423703[/B]
[/quote]

The first post doesn't look bleak anymore. Nice job. :tu:
BTW the files go all the way to n=500K so there should be plenty more primes here.

IronBits 2009-04-21 07:25

[B]Schweet!!![/B] :tu: :smile:
[QUOTE=gamer007;170305]Looks like I found a prime![/QUOTE]

Svenie25 2009-04-21 16:19

Okay, it is realy an iteresting testingfield. Will give it a first try with the ranges of 426k-427k and 427k-428k. But it is also a test, how long such a range will take on my box.

Edit says: Looks quiet good. Tested 4 canditates, 180 sec for each, will give 90 sec on C2D. ;) Starting the search immediately after finishing my TPS-Sieve.

MyDogBuster 2009-04-21 18:01

[QUOTE]

Okay, it is realy an iteresting testingfield. Will give it a first try with the ranges of 426k-427k and 427k-428k. But it is also a test, how long such a range will take on my box.[/QUOTE]

With about 3500 test's per file, you are looking at about a week utilizing only 1 core at 180 sec per. Half that for 90 sec per.

Have fun. gamer needed some competition

Svenie25 2009-04-21 18:07

[quote=MyDogBuster;170377]With about 3500 test's per file, you are looking at about a week utilizing only 1 core at 180 sec per. Half that for 90 sec per.

Have fun. gamer needed some competition[/quote]

Think so, too. And competition is good for business. :)
I also calculated one week. Hopefully it will not be finished before sunday evenning, because from thursday until then, I have no access to my little machine.

gamer007 2009-04-21 22:13

Awesome, more people. :)

Thought this would be a single effort by me. Nice to see someone join it. Welcome to the project!


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