S790
S790 tested n=25K50K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
R1019
I'll reserve this to n=200000.
Although sieved to 2e12, it didn't appear to be sieved deeply enough as there were over 1500 candidates left. I restarted sieving, but didn't find any factors after a while, which I thought was odd. I thought that maybe the depth was incorrect, so out of curiosity, I restarted the entire range. I discovered that the whomever sieved originally must have used either newpgen or a buggy version of srsieve/sr2sieve because I'm finding factors of n for p<2e12 that were missed previously. Fortunately it should take about two days to get back to 2e12. I can then evaluate to determine if I need to sieve deeper. I'll provide more information once it gets to 2e12. 
[QUOTE=rogue;281997]I'll reserve this to n=200000.
Although sieved to 2e12, it didn't appear to be sieved deeply enough as there were over 1500 candidates left. I restarted sieving, but didn't find any factors after a while, which I thought was odd. I thought that maybe the depth was incorrect, so out of curiosity, I restarted the entire range. I discovered that the whomever sieved originally must have used either newpgen or a buggy version of srsieve/sr2sieve because I'm finding factors of n for p<2e12 that were missed previously. Fortunately it should take about two days to get back to 2e12. I can then evaluate to determine if I need to sieve deeper. I'll provide more information once it gets to 2e12.[/QUOTE] Hum. That is odd. I'm glad you started over. I'll just remove the file from the page. 
S805
S805 tested n=25K50K
430*805^25396+1 is prime Results emailed  Base Released S805 is now a 2ker 
S811
S811 tested n=25K50K
358*811^32640+1 is prime Results emailed  Base released S811 is now a 4ker 
S825
S825 tested n=25K50K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
S859
S859 tested n=25K50K
414*859^41231+1 is prime Results emailed  Base released S859 is now a 2ker 
S864
S864 tested n=25K50K
64*864^27053+1 is prime Results emailed  Base released S864 is now a 4ker 
S873
S873 tested n=25K50K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
S878
S878 tested n=25K50K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
S905
S905 tested n=25K50K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
R931 completed to n=100000 and released. 1 prime found (already reported). I've sent residues to Gary.
prime: 2498*931^518521 
S911
S911 tested n=25K50K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
S922
S922 tested n=25K50K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
S945
S945 tested n=25K50K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
S949
S949 tested n=25K50K
54*949^35319+1 is prime 244*949^35995+1 is prime Results emailed = Base released S949 is now a 1ker I'm reserving the remaining k (208) to n=200K 
S806
S806 tested n=25K50K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
S842
S842 tested n=25K50K
23*842^36037+1 is prime Results emailed  Base released S842 is know a 5ker 
R941
R941 tested n=25K50K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
R942
R942 tested n=25K50K
85*942^277191 is prime Results emailed  Base released R942 is now a 4ker 
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R1029 tested n=300k to 350k, no prime. Continuing...

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R1019 done to n=200000 and released. No primes.

I would like to reserve R552 to n=50K

R948
R948 tested n=25K50K
51*948^290181 is prime Results emailed  Base released R948 is now a 5ker 
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here is R631, k between2 and 50k

[QUOTE=firejuggler;288349]here is R631, k between2 and 50k[/QUOTE]
With a max prime of n=2355, I assume that your search depth on all k's was n=2500. Is that correct? This doesn't really help the project in any measurable way because the conjecture is k>149M. I'll keep it stored on my machine in case anyone wants to search the entire thing at some point. My suggestion is to focus on bases with conjectures k<100K where you can search all k's to n=25K. There are still many that have not been started with conjectures 10K<k<100K. Gary 
status r1001
k = 70 ; 242 ; 422 ; 994 at n = 69e3
k = 170 ; 782 ; 1024 at n = 66e3 no primes grueny 
R953
R953 tested n=25K50K
118*953^291651 is prime Results emailed  Base released R953 is now a 6ker 
[QUOTE=Mathew;288216]I would like to reserve R552 to n=50K[/QUOTE]
Complete, no primes. Results have been emailed. 
R958
R958 tested n=25K50K
120*958^391771 is prime 83*958^410901 is prime 162*958^464311 is prime Results emailed  Base released R958 is now a 1ker I'll reserve the last k to n=200K 
Rincewind is reserving R1027 to n=10K.

S958
S958 tested n=25K50K
183*958^31062+1 is prime 400*958^40344+1 is prime 342*958^43041+1 is prime Results emailed  Base Released S958 is now a 3ker 
S555 and R555 completed to n=25K.
443 cpudays 430664 tests 209 primes 568k's remain 
R977
R977 tested n=25K50K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
Reserving R1030  All K & N
Neo 
R978
R978 tested n=25K50K
131*958^432911 is prime Results emailed  Base released R978 is now a 3ker 
[QUOTE=unconnected;290265]S555 and R555 completed to n=25K.
443 cpudays 430664 tests 209 primes 568k's remain[/QUOTE] You had not previously reported a status so you found a lot more primes than that! There were 209 primes found for n=10K25K so... To be more specific for balancing purposes: For R555: 500 k's remained at n=10K 136 k's were found prime for n=10K25K 364 k's remain at n=25K For S555: 277 k's remained at n=10K 73 k's were found prime for n=10K25K 204 k's remain at n=25K In the future when doing both sides of the same base, please report and send primes and k's remaining split up between Riesel and Sierp. It took me a while to split them all up and balance them. Thanks. Gary 
S950
S950 tested n=25K50K
22*950^37424+1 is prime Results emailed  Base released S950 is now a 5ker 
S980
S980 tested n=25K50K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
S949
S949 tested n=50K200K
208*949^50171+1 is prime Conjecture proven Results emailed Nice ck of 246 
[QUOTE=MyDogBuster;292996]S949 tested n=50K200K
208*949^50171+1 is prime Conjecture proven Results emailed Nice ck of 246[/QUOTE] Nice! I hope that you didn't test to n=200K before realizing that you found a prime. 
[QUOTE]S949 50K200KResults[/QUOTE]
No just 7 tests to find it. I just put down the reservation range on the post. 
Taking S834.

S984
S984 tested n=25K50K
69*984^27067+1 is prime Results emailed  Base released S984 is now a 6ker 
R1030 tested to N=10,000.
312 K's remain Results emailed. All remaining K being taken to N=40,000. Neo AtP 
S892 S985 S1006 S1009
S892 S985 S1006 S1009 all tested n=25K50K  Nothing found (bummer)
Results emailed  Bases released 
[QUOTE=Neo;293775]R1030 tested to N=10,000.
312 K's remain Results emailed. All remaining K being taken to N=40,000. Neo AtP[/QUOTE] You have several k's with more than one prime. I edited your post to show 312 vs. 301 k's remaining at n=10K. You may want to check which k's you are searching for n>10K. Balancing: 419 k's remaining at n=5K 107 unique k's with a prime for n=5K10K 312 k's remaining at n=10K Gary 
Status and reservation for S998
S998 is currently testing at a trailing edge of n=188K and a leading edge of n=189K. I'm going to extend my reservation for S998 to n=400K. There is, before sieving to p=500T a total of 4020 tests remaining in the range from n=200K to n=400K. However when I complete S998 to n=200K, I'll sieve from p=136T to p=500T and hopefully remove several hundred candidates.
ETA for wrapping S998 to n=200K is April 3rd 2012, on my new Sandy Bridge. Take care Kenneth 
R958
R958 tested n=50K200K  nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
R640
Reserving R640 as new to n=25K

r1001
k=170 ; 1024 at n=96e3
k=70 ; 242 ; 422 ; 994 at n=80e3 primes 782*1001^718881 
[QUOTE=grueny;300537]k=170 ; 1024 at n=96e3
k=70 ; 242 ; 422 ; 994 at n=80e3 primes 782*1001^718881[/QUOTE] I assume that k=343 should be k=242 so I changed it. I'm mentioning it so that you can verify that you're testing the correct k. 
I will prep B771 (test to n=2500 and sieve from n=250025K to 50G).

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R1029 tested n= 350k to 400k, no prime. Continuing to n=500k.

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R1025 tested n=500k to 600k, no prime. Continuing to n=1M.

R640
Riesel Base 640
Conjectured k = 10349 Covering Set = 7, 13, 37, 157 Trivial Factors k == 1 mod 3(3) and k == 1 mod 71(71) Found Primes: 6727k's  File emailed Remaining: 67k's  Tested to n=25K  File emailed Trivial Factor Eliminations: 3546k's MOB Eliminations: 7k's  File emailed Base Released 
S663
Reserving S663 as new to n=25K

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S834 completed to n=200000. No prime. Residues attached. Released.

Rincewind has tested R1027 to n=3K and is releasing the base. There are 218 k's remaining. Details on the pages.

will take R771 to 10k

[QUOTE=gd_barnes;301994]Rincewind has tested R1027 to n=3K and is releasing the base. There are 218 k's remaining. Details on the pages.[/QUOTE]
I will complete this to n=25K. 
S663
Sierp Base = 663
Conjectured k = 10042 Covering Set = 5, 83, 113 Trivial Factors = k == 1 mod 2(2) and k == 330 mod (331) Found Primes: 4927k's  File emailed Remaining: 73k's  Tested to n=25K  File emailed Trivial Factor Eliminations: 15k's MOB Eliminations: 5k's  File emailed Base Released 
R771
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R771 taken to n=10k
124 k removed, 157 left, will take the remaining to n=25k 
S523
S523 reserved as new to n=25K

S621
S621 reserved as new to n=25K

I'll be away for the 2 next week, preventing me from working on R771. I'll resume working when I get back.

R871
Reserving R871 as new to n=25K

S523
Sierp Base = 523
Conjectured k = 10872 Covering Set = 7, 13, 43, 131 Trivial Factors = k == 1 mod 2(2) and k == 2 mod 3(3) and k == 28 mod 29(29) Found Primes: 3428k's  File emailed Remaining: 67k's  Tested to n=25K  File emailed Trivial Factor Eliminations: 1937k's MOB Eliminations: 3k's  File emailed Base Released 
R892
Reserving R892 to n=100K

Back from my 2 week trip, resuming work on R771 (atm at n=18k)

S621
Sierp Base = 621
Conjectured k = 19592 Covering Set = 29, 61, 311 Trivial Factors = k == 1 mod 2(2) and k == 4 mod 5(5) and 30 mod 31(31) Found Primes: 7518k's  File emailed Remaining: 59k's  Tested to n=25K  File emailed Trivial Factor Eliminations: 2212k's MOB Eliminations: 6k's  File emailed Base Released 
R892
R892 tested n=50K100K  Nothing found
Results emailed 
r1001
r1001 completed to n=100e3.
primes 782*1001^718881 422*1001^897041 results emailed and base released. 
R871
Riesel Base = 871
Conjectured k = 16460 Covering Set = 7, 17, 53, 103, 409 Trivial Factors = k == 1 mod 2(2) and k == 1 mod 3(3) and k == 1 mod 5(5) and k == 1 mod 29(29) Found Primes: 4203k's  File emailed Remaining: 32k's  Tested to n=2.5K  File emailed Trivial Factor Eliminations: 3991k's MOB Eliminations: 3k's  File emailed Base Released 
S697
Reserving S697 as new to n=25K

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R771 done to 25k, 50 k's removed, 107 left, log sent to gary, base released.

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R1025 tested n=600k to 700k, no prime. My sieve file goes up to n=1M which is my limit for testing this base...

S697
Sierp Base = 697
Conjectured k = 14308 Covering Set = 5, 13, 349 Trivial Factors = k == 1 mod 2(2) and k == 2 mod 3(3) and k == 28 mod 29(29) Found Primes: 4509k's  File emailed Remaining: 91k's  Tested to n=25K  File emailed Trivial Factor Eliminations: 2550k's MOB Eliminations: 3k's  File emailed Base Released 
S751
Reserving S751 to n=25K
On recommended list 
R789
Reserving R789 to n=100K

Reserving R573 and R619 to n=100K.

Reserving S720, S748, S805, and S859 to n=100K.

R573 is complete to n=100K; 1 prime was found for n=50K100K shown below; R573 is now a 1ker :smile:; base released.
Prime: 128*573^676781 
I'll reserve S991. As this will be my first base, I'll try and push to 30k with the resources I have and we'll see how we go.
Is there a sieve file for this base that I can use to speed up the process? It may be a bit of an ask since the last time it was released was Dec '10. BTW, computers: 1: Core 2 Duo @ 2.2GHz, 2GiB DDR2333MHz 2: i52430M Laptop @ 2.4GHz, turbo to 2.8GHz, 4GiB DDR3667MHz 
[QUOTE=f1pokerspeed;309739]I'll reserve S991. As this will be my first base, I'll try and push to 30k with the resources I have and we'll see how we go.
Is there a sieve file for this base that I can use to speed up the process? It may be a bit of an ask since the last time it was released was Dec '10. [/QUOTE] [URL]http://www.noprimeleftbehind.net/crus/sievesierpbase99125K100K.txt[/URL] is the only sieve file available I think. While there is no LLR work done it does not make much sense to sieve further, so the sieve file stays up to date until somebody has done some testing. n=25k to 30k shouldn't be too bad. We'll see. 
Hi pokerspeed,
Welcome to CRUS! To add to what Peter said, sieve files for many of our bases can be found on our main reservations pages at [URL="http://www.noprimeleftbehind.net/crus/Rieselconjecturereserves.htm"]Riesel reservations[/URL] or [URL="http://www.noprimeleftbehind.net/crus/Sierpconjecturereserves.htm"]Sierp reservations[/URL]. Just go down to your preferred base and if there is a sieve file, it will be out to the far right. Good luck! Gary 
R619 is complete to n=100K; 1 prime was found for n=50K100K shown below; R619 is now a 1ker :smile:; base released.
Prime: 138*619^953281 
I'm wondering, what is an average turnaround time for a range of work? I can't always be at the computer to set it and let it run (electric bill, always high) but I want to do the work in good time.
Oh  secondly, would it be easier if I set up a LLR/PRPnet server on one of my computers to host all the files and distribute the pairs, or is doing it manually a tad easier? Both computers are in the same house and are networked via wireless. 
[QUOTE=f1pokerspeed;309786]I'm wondering, what is an average turnaround time for a range of work? I can't always be at the computer to set it and let it run (electric bill, always high) but I want to do the work in good time.
Oh  secondly, would it be easier if I set up a LLR/PRPnet server on one of my computers to host all the files and distribute the pairs, or is doing it manually a tad easier? Both computers are in the same house and are networked via wireless.[/QUOTE] To use PRPNet, the hardest part is installing MySQL or PostgreSQL. Once done, the rest is easy. With multiple computers/cores, it is easier than manually monitoring the clients. 
Thanks for the speedy reply.
I've been hunting around on the internet for a little while and I've struggled to find the server package for PRPnet or LLRnet. Do you have a spare copy lying around that I could procure, or do you have a link to one that you could give me please? I'm eager to start this work. 
[QUOTE=f1pokerspeed;309795]Thanks for the speedy reply.
I've been hunting around on the internet for a little while and I've struggled to find the server package for PRPnet or LLRnet. Do you have a spare copy lying around that I could procure, or do you have a link to one that you could give me please? I'm eager to start this work.[/QUOTE] You can find a link to PRPNet from my home page [url]http://home.roadrunner.com/~mrodenkirch[/url] 
I had a look at your website and the link to the PRPnet package is broken. I know I can pick up the 5.0.8 version at PrimeGrid but I need the server package, of which I can't find.

replace 5.0.7 with 5.0.8 in the [URL="http://home.roadrunner.com/~mrodenkirch/prpnet_5.0.8.zip"]URL[/URL]
hackers'R'Us. 
Thank you Batalov. Time to set this puppy up and get the work flowing.
EDIT: This isn't exactly something you can blitz through like a whirling dervish  the complicated dependencies and database setup at the command line is confusing at best. Will it work if I use the OpenOffice connector? It supports ODBC so I don't see why not. 
[QUOTE=f1pokerspeed;309786]I'm wondering, what is an average turnaround time for a range of work? I can't always be at the computer to set it and let it run (electric bill, always high) but I want to do the work in good time.[/QUOTE]
Speed is not an issue here. Except for the team efforts (e.g. R6 / S6) where long turnaround times might (not very probably) result in unnecessary work being done by others. Apart from that, take your time. There are reservations which have been running for months, years even. Just let Gary know you're still working at it every once in a while. I think he'll ask for a status update when people have been silent for three months or so. 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;309754]R619 is complete to n=100K; 1 prime was found for n=50K100K shown below; R619 is now a 1ker :smile:; base released.[/QUOTE]
I'd like to run R619 for a while. (619 is San Diego's area code :smile:) Can I start with reserving to 150K? (I've sieved to 250K and will post it when I will be releasing.) 
[QUOTE=Batalov;309868]I'd like to run R619 for a while. (619 is San Diego's area code :smile:)
Can I start with reserving to 150K? (I've sieved to 250K and will post it when I will be releasing.)[/QUOTE] Sounds good. It would be nice to prove one of the bases where k=6 is the only k remaining at n>=100K. There are 10 of them total; 7 on the Riesel side. 
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