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gd_barnes 2009-01-19 10:30

Sierp base 3 - mini-drive II
 
We have started mini drive II for Sierp base 3. The range is k=100M-200M and n=25K-100K.

There were 471 k's remaining to begin with. The drive found 328 k's with primes so there are now 143 k's remaining for this k-range.

We are going to run this drive a little bit differently. In order to make it easier to adminster and search, we will be posting files in 4 separate k-ranges but for larger n-ranges than previously. Higher n-ranges for the same k-ranges will not be posted unless requested. This will avoid the confusion related to several people searching the same k's at once with several primes being found for the same k. Feel free to give your opinions on this new method of searching.

You should be able to complete the files in about 2-4 CPU days. As we find primes, we'll remove k's from files for larger n-ranges. Files up to n=100K are fully sieved to P=150G.

Many thanks to KEP for the sieving! :smile:

Primes found:
[code]
prime found by
112012952*3^99452+1 MyDogBuster
131848196*3^97328+1 MyDogBuster
195143446*3^97253+1 MyDogBuster
144120708*3^97208+1 MyDogBuster
141115816*3^96316+1 MyDogBuster
112520932*3^94769+1 MyDogBuster
180624688*3^94527+1 MyDogBuster
128052812*3^93857+1 MyDogBuster
111433118*3^93368+1 MyDogBuster
149725144*3^92682+1 MyDogBuster
129433888*3^92503+1 MyDogBuster
113069662*3^92360+1 MyDogBuster
101818118*3^91055+1 MyDogBuster
140819984*3^90963+1 MyDogBuster
127847854*3^90506+1 MyDogBuster
110079538*3^90351+1 MyDogBuster
106634644*3^88189+1 MyDogBuster
199891852*3^87968+1 MyDogBuster
185649682*3^87520+1 MyDogBuster
183193126*3^84073+1 MyDogBuster
184233464*3^82882+1 MyDogBuster
183687178*3^82702+1 MyDogBuster
147874102*3^82670+1 MyDogBuster
190715576*3^82517+1 MyDogBuster
118846972*3^82240+1 MyDogBuster
175226256*3^81724+1 MyDogBuster
199924586*3^80576+1 MyDogBuster
145856728*3^79403+1 MyDogBuster
157090372*3^77913+1 MyDogBuster
103950370*3^77717+1 MyDogBuster
116212784*3^77669+1 MyDogBuster
183671732*3^77026+1 MyDogBuster
148062056*3^76853+1 MyDogBuster
144593836*3^76827+1 MyDogBuster
133999928*3^74899+1 MyDogBuster
130169134*3^74538+1 MyDogBuster
192132412*3^73884+1 MyDogBuster
154543588*3^73547+1 MyDogBuster
112020406*3^72960+1 MyDogBuster
168809588*3^72251+1 MyDogBuster
199993078*3^71687+1 MyDogBuster
100193792*3^71290+1 MyDogBuster
175286602*3^70372+1 MyDogBuster
161083082*3^70028+1 MyDogBuster
189598096*3^69464+1 MyDogBuster
100670062*3^69397+1 MyDogBuster
157993898*3^69298+1 MyDogBuster
177000394*3^68551+1 MyDogBuster
135877598*3^68083+1 MyDogBuster
154420556*3^67925+1 MyDogBuster
110224462*3^67860+1 MyDogBuster
103323622*3^67841+1 MyDogBuster
114119836*3^67819+1 MyDogBuster
172637482*3^67680+1 MyDogBuster
116778518*3^66743+1 MyDogBuster
181231184*3^65261+1 MyDogBuster
126429944*3^65250+1 MyDogBuster
196853336*3^64952+1 MyDogBuster
145453528*3^64811+1 MyDogBuster
107617826*3^64776+1 MyDogBuster
156966328*3^64664+1 MyDogBuster
161953622*3^64430+1 MyDogBuster
154677652*3^64372+1 MyDogBuster
120289732*3^64017+1 MyDogBuster
148962454*3^63798+1 MyDogBuster
174769274*3^63635+1 MyDogBuster
193521626*3^63364+1 MyDogBuster
126086438*3^63132+1 MyDogBuster
156843112*3^62698+1 MyDogBuster
163047778*3^62016+1 MyDogBuster
152501918*3^61266+1 MyDogBuster
113006126*3^61205+1 MyDogBuster
170846628*3^60344+1 MyDogBuster
171927246*3^58960+1 MyDogBuster
178264012*3^58877+1 MyDogBuster
175809872*3^58302+1 MyDogBuster
186011134*3^58069+1 MyDogBuster
182074034*3^58049+1 MyDogBuster
182767426*3^57885+1 MyDogBuster
186825734*3^57390+1 MyDogBuster
122415136*3^57368+1 MyDogBuster
165152062*3^57324+1 MyDogBuster
114121992*3^57265+1 MyDogBuster
160276828*3^56947+1 MyDogBuster
191093978*3^56736+1 MyDogBuster
161948552*3^56728+1 MyDogBuster
162671636*3^56380+1 MyDogBuster
173341958*3^56326+1 MyDogBuster
153574342*3^56312+1 MyDogBuster
184488412*3^56141+1 MyDogBuster
119885464*3^56125+1 MyDogBuster
103321514*3^56019+1 MyDogBuster
195807746*3^55721+1 MyDogBuster
158323182*3^55536+1 MyDogBuster
107468612*3^55532+1 MyDogBuster
104618212*3^54304+1 MyDogBuster
119982992*3^53761+1 MyDogBuster
141132224*3^53330+1 MyDogBuster
142506608*3^53211+1 MyDogBuster
121458614*3^53019+1 MyDogBuster
121786222*3^52645+1 MyDogBuster
159940492*3^52473+1 MyDogBuster
103152904*3^52426+1 MyDogBuster
186500896*3^52156+1 MyDogBuster
131986412*3^51512+1 MyDogBuster
199331456*3^51388+1 MyDogBuster
116553038*3^51290+1 MyDogBuster
113364404*3^51051+1 MyDogBuster
139450282*3^51016+1 MyDogBuster
122474512*3^50949+1 MyDogBuster
174755676*3^50540+1 MyDogBuster
148489546*3^50520+1 MyDogBuster
109384864*3^50405+1 MyDogBuster
195175928*3^50284+1 MyDogBuster
166113518*3^50156+1 MyDogBuster
193196702*3^50113+1 MyDogBuster
156410602*3^50082+1 MyDogBuster
116987966*3^50067+1 MyDogBuster
187596614*3^49558+1 MyDogBuster
109042244*3^49043+1 Flatlander
142850824*3^49021+1 Flatlander
145317028*3^48856+1 Flatlander
187894186*3^48829+1 MyDogBuster
139190932*3^48385+1 Flatlander
172425538*3^47786+1 MyDogBuster
151508744*3^47679+1 MyDogBuster
160493384*3^47609+1 MyDogBuster
174574748*3^47127+1 MyDogBuster
147114712*3^47073+1 Flatlander
109842394*3^47071+1 Flatlander
161172678*3^46563+1 MyDogBuster
169374092*3^46490+1 MyDogBuster
167827904*3^46405+1 MyDogBuster
164808316*3^46312+1 MyDogBuster
123279844*3^46186+1 Flatlander
107217094*3^46125+1 Flatlander
161884148*3^46011+1 MyDogBuster
189445390*3^45917+1 MyDogBuster
192707176*3^45595+1 MyDogBuster
181664152*3^45529+1 MyDogBuster
126717434*3^45466+1 Flatlander
195556456*3^45165+1 MyDogBuster
184286582*3^45142+1 MyDogBuster
176856742*3^44914+1 MyDogBuster
106047226*3^44887+1 Flatlander
123439424*3^43967+1 Flatlander
121783516*3^43848+1 Flatlander
172281386*3^43760+1 MyDogBuster
189069196*3^43553+1 MyDogBuster
195738386*3^43292+1 MyDogBuster
100190284*3^43255+1 Flatlander
169204292*3^43152+1 MyDogBuster
119327452*3^43024+1 Flatlander
118563106*3^43015+1 Flatlander
171574244*3^42909+1 MyDogBuster
106430128*3^42872+1 Flatlander
182693068*3^42827+1 MyDogBuster
141205544*3^42662+1 Flatlander
147768022*3^42605+1 Flatlander
156217918*3^42287+1 MyDogBuster
145576526*3^42117+1 Flatlander
107248756*3^42116+1 Flatlander
146488768*3^41650+1 Flatlander
166957996*3^41553+1 MyDogBuster
152431666*3^41356+1 MyDogBuster
100852424*3^41107+1 Flatlander
131789246*3^40860+1 Flatlander
129351752*3^40596+1 Flatlander
180149246*3^40560+1 MyDogBuster
152785894*3^40451+1 MyDogBuster
181522184*3^40430+1 MyDogBuster
147874648*3^40136+1 Flatlander
n=25K-40K primes:
[URL="http://www.noprimeleftbehind.net/crus/prime-sierp-base3-100M-200M-25K-40K.txt"]prime-sierp-base3-100M-200M-25K-40K[/URL]

[/code]Reservations:
[code]
k-range n-range tested by status # primes
100M-200M 50K-100K MyDogBuster complete 118
150M-200M 40K-50K MyDogBuster complete 29
100M-150M 40K-50K Flatlander complete 25
175M-200M 25K-40K Flatlander complete 33
150M-175M 25K-40K Mini-Geek complete 35
125M-150M 25K-40K kar_bon complete 47
100M-125M 25K-40K Mini-Geek complete 41
[/code][B]The drive is now complete. Thanks to all who helped![/B]

Have fun and knock out a bunch of k's! :smile:


Gary

Mini-Geek 2009-07-24 15:51

Reserving k=100M-125M n=25K-30K. (might extend the k and/or n range once I finish)

gd_barnes 2009-07-26 05:25

[quote=Mini-Geek;182535]Reserving k=100M-125M n=25K-30K. (might extend the k and/or n range once I finish)[/quote]

Just to confirm...you're only taking part of the n=25K-40K file. Correct?

kar_bon 2009-07-26 10:02

BTW: i've taken 125M-150M-25K-40K during NPLB outrage and for testing the new version of PFGW.
i think it's done in 1 or 2 days!

Mini-Geek 2009-07-26 10:52

[quote=gd_barnes;182795]Just to confirm...you're only taking part of the n=25K-40K file. Correct?[/quote]
Correct. I've eliminated 17 k's so far, (at n=28606) and verified all PRPs with PFGW. :smile:
I'm extending my reservation to n=40K now. So now my reservation is the full file of k=100M-125M, n=25K-40K. I'll post results and primes once I finish.

kar_bon 2009-07-27 15:53

125M-150M-25K-40K complete, 47 primes (+ one double) found

[code]
130121276*3^25424+1
133331728*3^25827+1
125544548*3^26395+1
139795582*3^26796+1
143339936*3^26851+1
149930782*3^27294+1
139127728*3^28031+1
125700626*3^28217+1
125372582*3^28417+1
146280658*3^28547+1
129184912*3^28636+1
147702442*3^28676+1
149737832*3^28689+1
136280624*3^29302+1
132695086*3^29825+1
148994616*3^30128+1
142680152*3^30374+1
128188246*3^30684+1
138293102*3^31117+1
139125386*3^31315+1
125763226*3^31385+1
132729302*3^31449+1
149592148*3^31479+1
127903942*3^31561+1
147360784*3^31826+1
147955994*3^32133+1
134471206*3^32296+1
136665682*3^32749+1
126453766*3^33201+1
141448592*3^33716+1
147272642*3^33946+1
140304826*3^34436+1
148038370*3^34448+1
130225354*3^35174+1
131915068*3^35243+1
141693772*3^35861+1
141491204*3^36298+1
136036094*3^36403+1
132260314*3^37107+1
143439722*3^37486+1
143557346*3^37785+1
125129846*3^37941+1
129570152*3^37950+1
148259206*3^38589+1
139283492*3^39180+1
138726442*3^39490+1
142934648*3^39664+1
[/code]

i've tried to delete the found k from the testfile to minimize the timing, but found 136036094*3^36835+1, too, during a night-running.

all PRP's were tested with PFGW and are prime.

Mini-Geek 2009-07-29 17:09

41 primes found for 41 k's.[code]124603148*3^25291+1
105070822*3^25318+1
109116134*3^25698+1
102014072*3^25881+1
113978108*3^26182+1
109908926*3^26260+1
103396498*3^26344+1
109486222*3^26362+1
123563138*3^26500+1
114238162*3^27034+1
109668712*3^27262+1
119718122*3^27542+1
104168308*3^27559+1
108532532*3^27609+1
119631184*3^27625+1
120116476*3^27740+1
106967156*3^28563+1
103270912*3^29322+1
110402512*3^29429+1
108009836*3^30128+1
108143806*3^30833+1
123216454*3^32515+1
106646518*3^32747+1
102159132*3^33300+1
116331778*3^33719+1
122933758*3^33892+1
112362182*3^33933+1
102046676*3^33939+1
101311318*3^34271+1
119034302*3^34272+1
105207608*3^34451+1
123813128*3^34986+1
107778904*3^35114+1
106463062*3^35540+1
120232774*3^36782+1
108232966*3^36885+1
113067614*3^37830+1
117997604*3^37897+1
108638384*3^38557+1
112244266*3^38976+1
117696856*3^39447+1[/code]Results emailed.
I switched over from LLR to PFGW partway through, so at n=29009 the results change from LLR(net) to PFGW format.

Mini-Geek 2009-07-31 12:16

Reserving the next file, k=150M-175M, n=25K-40K.
This time I'm using PFGW with the automatic stop-k-on-prime feature that I just learned about. :smile:

gd_barnes 2009-07-31 23:25

Wow. This drive is so much easier administratively splitting up the k-ranges in this manner. Later today or tomorrow, I'll just have to remove the 88 k's found prime so far from n=40K-100K and I'll be able to post k=100M-150M for n=40K-50K. The key is that I can do it at a much more leasurely pace and only need to do it on one file at a time.

Note to all: We won't post any files at higher n-ranges until lower files for the same k-range are complete. For example, I won't post k=150M-175M for n=40K-50K until Tim is done with the same for n=25K-40K but I will post k=100M-150M for n=40K-50K as I get time. That removes all confusion. If the demand becomes too great with multiple people wanting files, I'll just increase the n-ranges in the files so that people have to take longer to complete them -or- if there are more than 4 people wanting files, I can split the files into smaller k-ranges and even larger n-ranges. The key is that people aren't searching files where others have or are likely to find primes at lower n-ranges for k's that are in their file. It works well all the way around.

Flatlander 2009-08-01 10:39

Reserving [URL="http://www.noprimeleftbehind.net/crus/sieve-sierp-base3-175M-200M-25K-40K.txt"]175M-200M-25K-40K[/URL].

Okay, confession time. I haven't used PFGW for a while and can't remember what to do! :blush:

Is it just the filename I type into WinPFGW? (Can't be right.)
Can it be restarted if I need to reboot?
Then check the PRPs with -t, yes?

rogue 2009-08-01 13:11

[QUOTE=Flatlander;183624]Reserving [URL="http://www.noprimeleftbehind.net/crus/sieve-sierp-base3-175M-200M-25K-40K.txt"]175M-200M-25K-40K[/URL].

Okay, confession time. I haven't used PFGW for a while and can't remember what to do! :blush:

Is it just the filename I type into WinPFGW? (Can't be right.)
Can it be restarted if I need to reboot?
Then check the PRPs with -t, yes?[/QUOTE]

Yes. Yes. No.

Use -tp for -1 and -tm for +1 for the primality test.

Flatlander 2009-08-01 13:39

[quote=Mini-Geek;183540]...
This time I'm using PFGW with the automatic stop-k-on-prime feature that I just learned about. :smile:[/quote]
How do I do that?

mdettweiler 2009-08-01 14:35

[quote=Flatlander;183637]How do I do that?[/quote]
First, you need to make sure the file is in ABC format. A NewPGen file can actually be converted to ABC quite easily without the need for conversion tools: for example on Sierp. base 3, you'd simply change the first like of the file to "ABC $a*3^$b+1" rather than the NewPGen header (the thing with all the colons in it).

Next, you need to specify the "number_primes" option as a comment in the file. To do this, you need to change the ABC header to something like this: "ABC $a*3^$b+1 // {number_primes,$a,1}". That tells PFGW that it should stop searching a particular $a value (that is, the k) if 1 prime is found for that value.

At this point, you're all ready to run it through PFGW. Navigate to the PFGW directory through the command prompt and run the following command (or, use WinPFGW and give it the following command line):

[I]pfgw -l name-of-sieve-file.txt[/I]

Note that the -l is quite important--without it, PFGW will not log its composite results to a file (in this case, pfgw.out; to change the name, specify the -l option as something like "-lfile.txt" instead).

One note on stopping/restarting with the number_primes option: if you stop and restart, PFGW will "forget" which k's it's stopped searching. It will still pick up exactly where it's left off, but it won't remember to leave out the k's which it's found a prime for prior to the restart. Thus, if you need to restart, you'll have to remove prior-primed k's from the sieve file (be sure to adjust the line # accordingly in pfgw.ini).

kar_bon 2009-08-01 14:46

[QUOTE=mdettweiler;183646]Next, you need to specify the "number_primes" option as a comment in the file. To do this, you need to change the ABC header to something like this: "ABC $a*3^$b+1 // {number_primes,$a,1}". That tells PFGW that it should stop searching a particular $a value (that is, the k) if 1 prime is found for that value.

[I]pfgw -l name-of-sieve-file.txt[/I]
[/QUOTE]

this call will test the file for PRP's, and it won't stop on finding a PRP!

i've tested this with the Sierp Base 3 file with the header
[code]
ABC $a*3^$b+1 // {number_primes,$a,1}
[/code]

i tried $a or $b, the same.

WinPFGW won't stop!

mdettweiler 2009-08-01 14:58

[quote=kar_bon;183648]this call will test the file for PRP's, and it won't stop on finding a PRP!

i've tested this with the Sierp Base 3 file with the header
[code]
ABC $a*3^$b+1 // {number_primes,$a,1}
[/code]

i tried $a or $b, the same.

WinPFGW won't stop![/quote]
Really? It worked just fine for me when I tried it on Riesel base 39.

Edit: Possibly it doesn't work with WinPFGW? Try it with command-line PFGW and see if it works then. It *should* work with both, but it's possible there's a bug in WinPFGW.

Flatlander 2009-08-01 15:07

Thanks guys! :smile:

kar_bon 2009-08-01 19:34

[QUOTE=mdettweiler;183649]Edit: Possibly it doesn't work with WinPFGW? Try it with command-line PFGW and see if it works then. It *should* work with both, but it's possible there's a bug in WinPFGW.[/QUOTE]

out in WinPFGW:
[code]
PFGW Version 20090723.Win_Dev (Beta 'caveat utilitor') [GWNUM 25.12]

Output logging to file pfgw.out
Recognized ABC Sieve file:
ABC File Processing for at most 1 Primes

196996994*3^25147+1 is 3-PRP! (2.6909s+0.0006s)
PRP: 196853336*3^25152+1 10000/39892
[/code]

found a PRP but continues!

same in pfgw.exe!

mdettweiler 2009-08-01 19:48

[quote=kar_bon;183669]out in WinPFGW:
[code]
PFGW Version 20090723.Win_Dev (Beta 'caveat utilitor') [GWNUM 25.12]

Output logging to file pfgw.out
Recognized ABC Sieve file:
ABC File Processing for at most 1 Primes

196996994*3^25147+1 is 3-PRP! (2.6909s+0.0006s)
PRP: 196853336*3^25152+1 10000/39892
[/code]

found a PRP but continues!

same in pfgw.exe![/quote]
Hmm...that's weird. Mark, if you're reading this, have you got any idea why this is happening?

gd_barnes 2009-08-01 20:03

I know for a fact that the stop on prime works for the new version of Linux PFGW. I haven't tried it with the new version of WinPFGW.

Max and Karsten, I think there may be a miscommunication based on the two lines that Karsten displayed.

Karsten, it should stop processing that k-value for all future occurrences in the file but should continue processing the file for all other k's. That's what's so cool about PFGW. The two lines that you displayed have different k-values. I guess my question is: Why have you showed lines for 2 different k-values? It doesn't demonstrate the problem that you appear to be talking about.

Also, please note what Max said. If you stop and restart PFGW, it won't remember what k-values it has found primes for. You'll need to manually remove them from the sieve file. Personally, I never stop it. I just pick the range that I want and let it rip until it's done. But you have to plan your work amount carefully ahead of time.


Gary

kar_bon 2009-08-01 20:13

[QUOTE=gd_barnes;183671]
Max and Karsten, I think there may be a miscommunication based on the two lines that Karsten displayed.

Karsten, it should stop processing that k-value for all future occurrences in the file but should continue processing the file for all other k's.[/QUOTE]

oh.. that's quite different i thought!

if so, i was wrong. i had in mind the StopOnSuccess option from LLR/cllr when it really stops if a prime was found!

i'll check this now!

kar_bon 2009-08-01 21:26

ok, pfgw stops [b]testing[/b] the [b]same[/b] k-value a prime/PRP was found for, not stop testing at all!

so my fault, sorry!

gd_barnes 2009-08-02 07:34

I'm surprised at how little is known about PFGW. How have people been starting new bases? Manually with srsieve and LLR or Phrot? I hope not. That is hard and takes too much time! :smile:

IMHO, PFGW with the stop-on-prime option set on is the only reasonable way to start a new base. You could sieve ALL k's below the conjecture immediately and let srsieve eliminate the k's with trivial factors but you'd still have a file that you'd want LLR/Phrot/PFGW/whatever to stop processing a k once it found a prime. Else, you'd have to eliminate tons of k's manually yourself if the conjecture was big...not something that I want to do.

I'm asking because is there some other reasonable way to start a new base that's possibly good that I'm not aware of?

Flatlander 2009-08-02 23:34

[URL="http://www.noprimeleftbehind.net/crus/sieve-sierp-base3-175M-200M-25K-40K.txt"]175M-200M-25K-40K[/URL] is complete.
33 confirmed primes found.
Results emailed to Gary.

Taking [URL="http://www.noprimeleftbehind.net/crus/sieve-sierp-base3-100M-125M-40K-50K.txt"]100M-125M 40K-50K[/URL]

Mini-Geek 2009-08-03 12:36

k=150M-175M, n=25K-40K complete. 35 primes (verified, not just PRP) found:
[code]173369962*3^25030+1
174644168*3^25096+1
164568884*3^25135+1
170291978*3^25486+1
150034442*3^25526+1
164582612*3^25742+1
173114198*3^26311+1
156033914*3^27487+1
164759698*3^27911+1
169711684*3^28058+1
166128338*3^28427+1
160978204*3^28542+1
167514052*3^28826+1
164739098*3^29024+1
168440126*3^29440+1
173848022*3^29589+1
154171398*3^29688+1
156257254*3^30358+1
156687476*3^30444+1
157678078*3^30896+1
151111308*3^30918+1
156434314*3^31542+1
152234848*3^31564+1
167039032*3^34101+1
152620082*3^34289+1
166210186*3^34301+1
162435316*3^34307+1
153242218*3^34375+1
170003506*3^34561+1
172540586*3^34777+1
168379306*3^36192+1
171942716*3^36820+1
152862512*3^37597+1
167040982*3^38268+1
165321322*3^38808+1
[/code]Results emailed.

gd_barnes 2009-08-04 05:15

Karsten,

Can you forward the results for your range?


Thanks,
Gary

gd_barnes 2009-08-04 05:58

More files have been posted.

Flatlander 2009-08-04 10:31

100M-125M 40K-50K is complete.
13 confirmed primes.
Results emailed.

Like you said Gary, this way is much better. The way it was done before must have been an admin nightmare!

Flatlander 2009-08-06 10:33

Taking [URL="http://www.noprimeleftbehind.net/crus/sieve-sierp-base3-125M-150M-40K-50K.txt"][COLOR=#0066cc]125M-150M 40K-50K[/COLOR][/URL]

Flatlander 2009-08-07 19:02

[URL="http://www.noprimeleftbehind.net/crus/sieve-sierp-base3-125M-150M-40K-50K.txt"][COLOR=#0066cc]125M-150M 40K-50K[/COLOR][/URL] is complete. Results emailed.

12 confirmed primes.

MyDogBuster 2009-08-21 03:01

Taking 150M - 175M

MyDogBuster 2009-08-21 17:29

Gary,

It's I who took 150M-175M not Chris. (First post wrong)

I'm also taking 175M-200M.

Also, please post more files. Thanks The Dog

MyDogBuster 2009-08-23 06:21

Sierp Base 3
 
Sierp Base 3 k=150M-175M n=40K-50K Results

16 primes found with PFGW proven with PFGW

Results attached

152785894*3^40451+1
152431666*3^41356+1
166957996*3^41553+1
156217918*3^42287+1
171574244*3^42909+1
169204292*3^43152+1
172281386*3^43760+1
161884148*3^46011+1
164808316*3^46312+1
167827904*3^46405+1
169374092*3^46490+1
161172678*3^46563+1
174574748*3^47127+1
160493384*3^47609+1
151508744*3^47679+1
172425538*3^47786+1

MyDogBuster 2009-08-25 02:26

Sierp Base 3 175M-200M n=40K-50K

13 primes found and proven with PFGW - Results emailed

181522184*3^40430+1
180149246*3^40560+1
182693068*3^42827+1
195738386*3^43292+1
189069196*3^43553+1
176856742*3^44914+1
184286582*3^45142+1
195556456*3^45165+1
181664152*3^45529+1
192707176*3^45595+1
189445390*3^45917+1
187894186*3^48829+1
187596614*3^49558+1

Reserving k=100M-125M n=50K-60K

MyDogBuster 2009-08-27 12:53

Sierp Base 3 100M-125M n=50K-60K

15 primes found and proven with PFGW - Results emailed

116987966*3^50067+1
109384864*3^50405+1
122474512*3^50949+1
113364404*3^51051+1
116553038*3^51290+1
103152904*3^52426+1
121786222*3^52645+1
121458614*3^53019+1
119982992*3^53761+1
104618212*3^54304+1
107468612*3^55532+1
103321514*3^56019+1
119885464*3^56125+1
114121992*3^57265+1
122415136*3^57368+1

125M-150M-50K-60K Reserved

gd_barnes 2009-08-27 18:27

It will likely be Monday before I can get everything updated and files posted as a result of the primes found here. Max, can you at least update the 1st post here? Be sure and reduce the k's remaining and increase the primes found in the 1st para.

Ian, if you want, on Monday, I can send you the entire remaining files and you can test them until you're bored with them. That'll save me some admin time and you some time for posting reservations and reloading/restarting your cores on the various ranges.

I'll make an effort either early morning or early afternoon Friday to post the k=175M-200M file for n=50K-60K so that you can take if you want it. That way, you can bring everything up to n=60K and if you want to continue from there, I could send you the one bigger file.

mdettweiler 2009-08-27 19:33

[quote=gd_barnes;187654]It will likely be Monday before I can get everything updated and files posted as a result of the primes found here. Max, can you at least update the 1st post here? Be sure and reduce the k's remaining and increase the primes found in the 1st para.[/quote]
Okay, sure. I'll do it sometime today; bug me if it's not done by the time tomorrow rolls around. :smile:

Edit: Done. It took me a little while to figure out how everything was organized in the first post, but I think I've got it now. :smile:

gd_barnes 2009-08-28 09:10

[quote=mdettweiler;187671]Okay, sure. I'll do it sometime today; bug me if it's not done by the time tomorrow rolls around. :smile:

Edit: Done. It took me a little while to figure out how everything was organized in the first post, but I think I've got it now. :smile:
[/quote]

It's quite confusing at the moment and I don't intend to leave it that way. For consistency, it should be sorted entirely by n-value but we could be different and sort it entirely by k-value this time. It's just been easier to post them as they came in and not resort every time. Eventually I'll get to it.

gd_barnes 2009-08-28 09:13

Ian,

I've now posted k=175M-200M for n=50K-60K. I've also removed all k's with primes for my internal files of k=100M-125M for n=60K-100K based on your primes for that k-range for n=50K-60K.

I could now post a file for k=100M-125M for n=60K-70K (with 53 k's remaining) but I'll hold off and see what you want to do if you end up finishing all 4 k-ranges for n=50K-60K.

I guess I beat that Monday deadline. :-) I just didn't want to hold up these base 3 efforts since they haven't been too popular.


Gary

MyDogBuster 2009-08-28 10:34

[quote]I could now post a file for k=100M-125M for n=60K-70K (with 53 k's remaining) but I'll hold off and see what you want to do if you end up finishing all 4 k-ranges for n=50K-60K.
[/quote]

Why don't we just play ring-around-the rosie with the 4 ranges. That way you don't have to delete any k's out of posted files. I'll probably go all the way to n=100K on all 4 k ranges. May as well finish the drive.

gd_barnes 2009-08-28 19:19

[quote=MyDogBuster;187781]Why don't we just play ring-around-the rosie with the 4 ranges. That way you don't have to delete any k's out of posted files. I'll probably go all the way to n=100K on all 4 k ranges. May as well finish the drive.[/quote]

Not sure exactly what you mean but based on the context of it, when you've finished all 4 k ranges to n=60K, I'll send you the entire file for n=60K-100K for k=100M-200M with all k's with primes removed. It might be a couple of days afterwords.


Gary

MyDogBuster 2009-08-29 00:01

Sounds like a plan.

MyDogBuster 2009-08-29 21:09

Sierp Base 3 125M-150M n=50K-60K

5 primes found and proven with PFGW - Results emailed

148489546*3^50520+1
139450282*3^51016+1
131986412*3^51512+1
142506608*3^53211+1
141132224*3^53330+1

I took 150M-175M 50K-60K and 175M-200M 50K-60K files

gd_barnes 2009-08-30 09:18

That's amazing that there are no primes for that range for n=53330-60000. I had to check the results to make sure you hadn't accidentally cut off the list.

MyDogBuster 2009-08-30 09:47

[quote]
That's amazing that there are no primes for that range for n=53330-60000. I had to check the results to make sure you hadn't accidentally cut off the list.
[/quote]

I thought it was pretty strange also. A nice hole in the middle of a fertile valley. When I cranked up 150M-175M, I got one right away back near n=50082. I'm nearing that void area again with this range. It will be interesting to see how wide it is.

MyDogBuster 2009-08-31 18:58

Sierp Base 3 150M-175M n=50K-60K

12 primes found and proven with PFGW - Results emailed

156410602*3^50082+1
166113518*3^50156+1
174755676*3^50540+1
159940492*3^52473+1
158323182*3^55536+1
153574342*3^56312+1
173341958*3^56326+1
162671636*3^56380+1
161948552*3^56728+1
160276828*3^56947+1
165152062*3^57324+1
171927246*3^58960+1

MyDogBuster 2009-09-03 02:43

Sierp Base 3 175M-200M n=50K-60K

13 primes found and proven with PFGW - Results emailed

193196702*3^50113+1
195175928*3^50284+1
199331456*3^51388+1
186500896*3^52156+1
195807746*3^55721+1
184488412*3^56141+1
191093978*3^56736+1
186825734*3^57390+1
182767426*3^57885+1
182074034*3^58049+1
186011134*3^58069+1
175809872*3^58302+1
178264012*3^58877+1

MyDogBuster 2009-10-26 18:19

Sierp Base 3
 
k=100M-200M n=60K-100K complete

73 primes found and proven - see list

Results emailed

This drive is complete

[code]170846628*3^60344+1
113006126*3^61205+1
152501918*3^61266+1
163047778*3^62016+1
156843112*3^62698+1
126086438*3^63132+1
193521626*3^63364+1
174769274*3^63635+1
148962454*3^63798+1
120289732*3^64017+1
154677652*3^64372+1
161953622*3^64430+1
156966328*3^64664+1
107617826*3^64776+1
145453528*3^64811+1
196853336*3^64952+1
126429944*3^65250+1
181231184*3^65261+1
116778518*3^66743+1
172637482*3^67680+1
114119836*3^67819+1
103323622*3^67841+1
110224462*3^67860+1
154420556*3^67925+1
135877598*3^68083+1
177000394*3^68551+1
157993898*3^69298+1
100670062*3^69397+1
189598096*3^69464+1
161083082*3^70028+1
175286602*3^70372+1
100193792*3^71290+1
199993078*3^71687+1
168809588*3^72251+1
112020406*3^72960+1
154543588*3^73547+1
192132412*3^73884+1
130169134*3^74538+1
133999928*3^74899+1
144593836*3^76827+1
148062056*3^76853+1
183671732*3^77026+1
116212784*3^77669+1
103950370*3^77717+1
157090372*3^77913+1
145856728*3^79403+1
199924586*3^80576+1
175226256*3^81724+1
118846972*3^82240+1
190715576*3^82517+1
147874102*3^82670+1
183687178*3^82702+1
184233464*3^82882+1
183193126*3^84073+1
185649682*3^87520+1
199891852*3^87968+1
106634644*3^88189+1
110079538*3^90351+1
127847854*3^90506+1
140819984*3^90963+1
101818118*3^91055+1
113069662*3^92360+1
129433888*3^92503+1
149725144*3^92682+1
111433118*3^93368+1
128052812*3^93857+1
180624688*3^94527+1
112520932*3^94769+1
141115816*3^96316+1
144120708*3^97208+1
195143446*3^97253+1
131848196*3^97328+1
112012952*3^99452+1
[/code]


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