[QUOTE=rebirther;622586]Reserving R622 to n=600k (500600k) for BOINC
Reserving S678 to n=600k (500600k) for BOINC[/QUOTE] R622 or R662 ? R622 is for n=400k600k; R662 is for n=500k600k 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;622589]R622 or R662 ?
R622 is for n=400k600k; R662 is for n=500k600k[/QUOTE] R662, corrected, take the less range first. 
R1015 tested to n=2.5k
41219 remain Results emailed  Base released 
Reserving R541 as new base using the newbase script up to 2.5k

R541 tested to n=2.5k
121957 remain Results emailed  Base released 
Reserving S1015 as new base using the newbase script up to 2.5k

S1015 tested to n=2.5k
45006 remain Results emailed  Base released 
Reserving S607 to n=10k (2.510k)

S607 tested to n=10k (2.510k)
2807 primes found, 5572 remain Results emailed  Base released 
Quick update on R726: newbase script is currently at ~k=7.5M (conjectured k=12,751,579).

S678 tested to n=600k (500600k)
nothing found, 1 remain Results emailed  Base released 
R662 tested to n=600k (500600k)
nothing found, 1 remain Results emailed  Base released 
Reserving S777 as new base using the newbase script up to 2.5k

[QUOTE=Archetexture;624749]Reserving S777 as new base using the newbase script up to 2.5k[/QUOTE]
Hi Archetexture, Welcome to CRUS! If you have any questions, let us know. Good luck! Gary 
Reserving R694 to n=500k (300500k) for BOINC
Reserving S1010 to n=300k (100300k) for BOINC 
Reserving S1008 as new base using the newbase script up to 2.5k

R841 tested to n=300k (100300k)
5 primes found, 12 remain Results emailed  Base released 
I have checked base S777 to k=15m out of 24m now.
rebirther told me that I need the pl_prime, pl_remain and pl_MOB files. If I add those 3 together I get 7,422,680 total lines, what about the "missing" ones? 
[QUOTE=Archetexture;625877]I have checked base S777 to k=15m out of 24m now.
rebirther told me that I need the pl_prime, pl_remain and pl_MOB files. If I add those 3 together I get 7,422,680 total lines, what about the "missing" ones?[/QUOTE] There should also be a file named pl_trivial. It also needs to be counted to get the total lines. Sometimes there will also be a file named pl_GFN. You will not have that here. If you did, it should also be counted in the total lines. For an odd base, the total lines in pl_GFN, pl_MOB, pl_prime, pl_remain, and pl_trivial should add up to 1/2 of the number of k's searched. (Odd k's are ignored for odd bases.) Since you have searched to k=15m, the total lines should be exactly 7.5m. For an even base, the total lines from the above should equal the number of k's searched. 
Which files should I send to you once im done with the Base?

[QUOTE=Archetexture;625954]Which files should I send to you once I'm done with the base?[/QUOTE]
pl_prime.txt and pl_remain.txt is all that I need. 
Progress update
1 Attachment(s)
S781 from 400K to 500K
No new primes base released RES attached 
Progress update
K4 S593 at 820K
K4 S395 at 945K 
S1008 tested to n=2.5k
350616 remain Results emailed  Base released 
Reserving R697 to n=300k (100300k) for BOINC
Reserving R532 to n=500k (300500k) for BOINC Reserving R611 to n=600k (400600k) for BOINC Reserving R615 to n=600k (400600k) for BOINC 
S1017 Update
S1017 at n=252.5k with no primes

Reserving R547 to 10k

[QUOTE=k0r3;626560]Reserving R547 to 10k[/QUOTE]
Hello K0r3. Welcome to CRUS. Good luck with your search! :smile: 
R726 (new base; up to n=2500) has passed k=10.5M. Approximately 83% complete.

Reserving R871 to n=300k (100300k) for BOINC

Reserving S585 as new base using the newbase script up to 2.5k

I finished base S777 to n=2500 and found ~11.5m Primes and have 394,530 k's remaining :)
How should I send you the files? 
[QUOTE=Archetexture;626957]I finished base S777 to n=2500 and found ~11.5m Primes and have 394,530 k's remaining :)
How should I send you the files?[/QUOTE] You can Email them to me at: gbarnes017 at gmail dot com 
R694 tested to n=500k (300500k)
nothing found, 2 remain Results emailed  Base released 
R687 tested to n=300k (100300k)
5 primes found, 12 remain Results emailed  Base released 
S585 tested to n=2.5k
134076 remain Results emailed  Base released 
1 Attachment(s)
R547 tested to n=10K. 4279 primes found, 4753 remaining.

[QUOTE=k0r3;627097]R547 tested to n=10K. 4279 primes found, 4753 remaining.[/QUOTE]
Just realized I named the file incorrectly, sorry shouldn't post before I've had my coffee :yawn: 
[QUOTE=k0r3;627097]R547 tested to n=10K. 4279 primes found, 4753 remaining.[/QUOTE]
Great. Nice quick work. Thanks! 
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[QUOTE=k0r3;627097]R547 tested to n=10K. 4279 primes found, 4753 remaining.[/QUOTE]
K0r3, 25 primes are listed twice, all in the range of n=2552 to 2840. See attached. Therefore there are 4254 primes found and 4778 k's remaining. Can you doublecheck your files to see if there are other primes that you missed that should be in place of the duplicates? Thanks, Gary 
S536 is done up to n=500k.
1 prime found, 2 k's remain. Base released, residues mailed. 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;627115]K0r3,
25 primes are listed twice, all in the range of n=2552 to 2840. See attached. Therefore there are 4254 primes found and 4778 k's remaining. Can you doublecheck your files to see if there are other primes that you missed that should be in place of the duplicates? Thanks, Gary[/QUOTE] Hi, I ran this through prpnet and had some database issues near the beginning so I'm assuming that was the cause the duplicates. I will retest locally to make sure I didn't miss anything. 
[QUOTE=k0r3;627180]Hi, I ran this through prpnet and had some database issues near the beginning so I'm assuming that was the cause the duplicates. I will retest locally to make sure I didn't miss anything.[/QUOTE]
Just curious, what OS are you running PRPNet on? It's surprising to see someone new to the project using it right away. Since you are already familiar with it, you could take R547 to n=25k fairly easily once you have sieved to appropriate depth. For my PRPNet setup I have two databases and one instance of prpserver running for each database (different ports on the same machine) so I can run different projects (or conjectures on each). If I only want one prpserver to hand out work, I just shut down the other. The clients will retain their completed work until the other prpserver instance is back online. 
[QUOTE=rogue;627183]Just curious, what OS are you running PRPNet on? It's surprising to see someone new to the project using it right away.
Since you are already familiar with it, you could take R547 to n=25k fairly easily once you have sieved to appropriate depth. For my PRPNet setup I have two databases and one instance of prpserver running for each database (different ports on the same machine) so I can run different projects (or conjectures on each). If I only want one prpserver to hand out work, I just shut down the other. The clients will retain their completed work until the other prpserver instance is back online.[/QUOTE] I was running it on Ubuntu 18.04, I've been around the space for awhile, been mostly crunching on Primegrid and some SRBase and wanted to take a shot at something different. I think my main issue was the hardware I was running it on was not ideal for dealing with such large database queries. 
[QUOTE=k0r3;627188]I was running it on Ubuntu 18.04, I've been around the space for awhile, been mostly crunching on Primegrid and some SRBase and wanted to take a shot at something different. I think my main issue was the hardware I was running it on was not ideal for dealing with such large database queries.[/QUOTE]
I have run the server with a thousands of k, but I think the upper limit I have used is around 7000. In your case part of the issue could be the number of workunits each client gets (set onekperinstance to 1 for CRUS), how quickly the tests are executed, how many clients are connecting to the server, and how frequently each client connects to get/return work. The server tends to perform poorly when too many clients connect at a time. 
[QUOTE=Archetexture;626957]I finished base S777 to n=2500 and found ~11.5m Primes and have 394,530 k's remaining :)
How should I send you the files?[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=gd_barnes;626965]You can Email them to me at: gbarnes017 at gmail dot com[/QUOTE] Archetexture, Reminder to Email me the files for S777. :) Gary 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;627198]Archetexture,
Reminder to Email me the files for S777. :) Gary[/QUOTE] Sorry for the delay, I just sent them in a 7zip file. Had an important math exam today! :whee: 
Reserving R510 to n=500k (300500k) for SRBase
Reserving R954 to n=300k (100300k) for SRBase 
Reserving S541 as new base using the newbase script up to 2.5k

[QUOTE=rogue;627195]I have run the server with a thousands of k, but I think the upper limit I have used is around 7000.
In your case part of the issue could be the number of workunits each client gets (set onekperinstance to 1 for CRUS), how quickly the tests are executed, how many clients are connecting to the server, and how frequently each client connects to get/return work. The server tends to perform poorly when too many clients connect at a time.[/QUOTE] With the 4778 remaining k and onekperinstance things seem to be running much smoother. I will be testing the remaining k from R547 up to n=25K 
R615 tested to n=600k (400600k)
nothing found, 1 remain Results emailed  Base released 
S541 tested to n=2.5k
120506 remain Results emailed  Base released 
R611 tested to n=600k (400600k)
nothing found, 1 remain Results emailed  Base released 
Reserving S593 k=8 to n=500K.

1 Attachment(s)
K4 S593 at 1M
No new primes Base released RES attached 
S593 k=8 is complete to n=500K; no primes were found for n=300K500K; 2 k's still remain for this base; base released.

Reserving S715 as new base using the newbase script up to 2.5k

S715 tested to n=2.5k
33368 remain Results emailed  Base released 
R532 tested to n=500k (300500k)
1 prime found, 1 remain Results emailed  Base released 
1 Attachment(s)
R547 tested to n=25K. 1544 primes found, 3234 remain.

Reserving R532 to n=600k (500600k) for SRBase
Reserving R534 to n=500k (300500k) for SRBase 
Reserving R696 to n=500K

R726 has been completed as a new base to n=2500. 140,272 k remain. Primes and remaining k files have been emailed.

Reserving R602 to n=500k (300500k) for SRBase

R510 tested to n=500k (300500k)
nothing found, 2 remain Results emailed  Base released 
Reserving R619 to n=600k (400600k) for SRBase
Reserving S841 to n=300k (100300k) for SRBase 
R532 tested to n=550k (500550k)
1 prime found, base proven (already announced) Results emailed  Base released 
Reserving S897 to n=300k (100300k) for SRBase

R745
Rereserving R745 to n=500k. I notice my reservation has expired, I should try and remember to check in more often...
One more candidate was removed last year (not sure if I posted this anywhere): [URL="https://t5k.org/primes/page.php?id=134331"]22598*745^3383541[/URL] All candidates are at n=350k already and moving towards n=400k. Will send residues when I'm next at the machine with the database. 
S1010 tested to n=300k (100300k)
2 primes found, 15 remain Results emailed  Base released 
Reserving R652 to n=10k

s1017 tested to n=259k with no primes, proceeding to 260k soon

[QUOTE=dannyridel;629761]s1017 tested to n=259k with no primes, proceeding to 260k soon[/QUOTE]
Thanks for the update. Since this one is on our goals list for this year, will you be able to complete it to n=300k by the end of the year? Just thought I would check. 
R534 tested to n=500k (300500k)
nothing found, 2 remain Results emailed  Base released 
Reserving R622 to n=600k (400600k) for SRBase
Reserving R634 to n=500k (300500k) for SRBase 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;629771]Thanks for the update. Since this one is on our goals list for this year, will you be able to complete it to n=300k by the end of the year? Just thought I would check.[/QUOTE]
I'm sure I'll be able toI've spent a lot of time on TdP and other challenges so I think after the Pentathlon I'll be able to focus on LLRing morehopefully finding primes will also eliminate some work!! Thanks for asking anyways 
Reserving S575 to n=25K.

R602 tested to n=500k (300500k)
nothing found, 2 remain Results emailed  Base released 
R954 tested to n=300k (100300k)
4 primes found, 13 remain Results emailed  Base released 
Reserving R1010 to n=300k (100300k) for SRBase

R619 tested to n=600k (400600k)
nothing found, 1 remain Results emailed  Base released 
1 Attachment(s)
R696 tested to 500K, nothing found.
Residues attached, base released. 
Reserving S547 to n=10k

[QUOTE=Luminescence;630659]Reserving S547 to n=10k[/QUOTE]
S547 tested to n=10k. 4530 k's eliminated, 5063 remain. Results mailed, base released. 
R634 tested to n=500k (300500k)
1 prime found, 1 remain Results emailed  Base released 
R697 tested to n=300k (100300k)
3 primes found, 17 remain Results emailed  Base released 
I'm starting S586. I have made some changes to srbsieve, but not the changes that will sort the primes by ascending k. I know that was discussed in another thread, but I don't know what came of it.

Reserving R634 to n=600k (500600k) for SRBase

[QUOTE=rogue;630972]I'm starting S586. I have made some changes to srbsieve, but not the changes that will sort the primes by ascending k. I know that was discussed in another thread, but I don't know what came of it.[/QUOTE]
I ended up writing Gary a script (posted in the Software/Instructions/Questions thread) that can do the sorting efficiently in postprocessing. It can sort large files of primes (tested on files of up to 10 million lines) either by k or n and can handle both k*b^n+c and LLR/NewPGenstyle "k n" input formats. I [i]think[/i] this should take care of Gary's needs on this front, so if it's not easy to have srbsieve sort the primes itself, this can be a sufficient solution. 
[QUOTE=rogue;630972]...I have made some changes to srbsieve, but not the changes that will sort the primes by ascending k. I know that was discussed in another thread, but I don't know what came of it.[/QUOTE]
The latest I have seen is Vintage 2015. I don't remember where I saw it. :ermm: 
Reserving S938 to n=300k (100300k) for SRBase

[QUOTE=rogue;630972]I'm starting S586. I have made some changes to srbsieve, but not the changes that will sort the primes by ascending k. I know that was discussed in another thread, but I don't know what came of it.[/QUOTE]
I am going to release this reservation. The results don't look right. I don't know if this is a bug in my code or just bad luck with distribution of primes for this conjecture. 
[QUOTE=rogue;631051]I am going to release this reservation. The results don't look right. I don't know if this is a bug in my code or just bad luck with distribution of primes for this conjecture.[/QUOTE]
You could try to test with new base script k=1000, n=2500 and compare the primes with srbsieve 
[QUOTE=rebirther;631056]You could try to test with new base script k=1000, n=2500 and compare the primes with srbsieve[/QUOTE]
I have to test this manually to see what is happening. I had broken down k into ranges of 1e6. For some ranges of n I would see 70% of the k removed for one group of 1e6 k, but for others I would see 20% of the k removed for the same range of n. I do believe that the srbsieve.ini files that I am using have far too many phases. It should have fewer phases and much deeper sieving. The first couple of phases are okay because so many n are removed in each phase, but as n increases there is a diminishing return in having so many phases since one won't sieve as deeply with such small ranges of n. 
Taking 732 to 10k

S841 tested to n=300k (100300k)
8 primes found, 12 remain Results emailed  Base released 
[QUOTE=rogue;631051]I am going to release this reservation. The results don't look right. I don't know if this is a bug in my code or just bad luck with distribution of primes for this conjecture.[/QUOTE]
I was comparing apples to oranges. The results were okay. It was an issue with restarting srbsieve from a checkpoint. 
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