[quote=Batalov;227432]Lucky, again. Sieved to 100K and...
28*898^98959+1 is prime. S898 is proven.[/quote] [quote=Batalov;227457](...it also completes a stretch of 6 contiguous proven bases: S898S903.)[/quote] A huge congrats on our first 6bagger! :smile: I definitely did not expect that we would get one so soon. 
R828 is complete to n=25K; k=64, 68, & 74 remain; highest prime 15*828^23081; base released.
S774 is complete to n=25K; k=6 & 19 remain; highest prime 24*774^6333+1; base released. 
Sierpinski reservations
Taking S602, S842, S710, S746, S684, S720, S534, S641, S748, and S962

Reserving these 1ker's to n=100K
R782, R812, R815, R836, R845 
R610 1k, done to 100K. Extending reservation to 150K.
R622 1k, done to 25K. Released. R850 2k, done to 25K. Released. R868 1k, done to 25K. Released. R916 1k, done to 25K. Released. R967 1k, done to 25K. Released. S850 1k, done to 25K. Released. S867 1k, done to 25K. Released. S883 2k, done to 33K. Released. S1016 1k, done to 25K. Released. 
Here are additional statuses from Serge in an Email on some 1kers that are being continued:
R729 at n=135.6K S706 at n=71.6K S798 at n=82K S816 at n=51.7K S995 at n=57.8K 
R932, S932, R1010, S1010 results
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Finally completed to n=25000 and released. This took a lot more time than I had anticipated considering that all had conjectured k < 350.
For R932, 12 remain, largest prime 269*932^212761 For S932, 18 remain, largest prime 278*932^24761+1 For R1010, 25 remain, largest prime 267*1010^244391 For S1010, 20 remain, largest prime 44*1010^19659+1 
Reserving R736 and S905 to 25K.

Reserving R761 and S653 to 25K.

S638 is complete to n=25K; k=32 & 52 remain; highest prime 68*638^11135+1; base released.
S766 is complete to n=25K; k=58 & 222 remain; highest prime 103*766^5067+1; base released. S949 is complete to n=25K; k=54, 208, & 244 remain; highest prime 172*949^1510+1; base released. 
Riesel 702
Riesel 702, the last k, tested n=25K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
R573 is complete to n=25K; k=6, 104, & 128 remain; highest prime 124*573^43651; base released.
S533 is complete to n=25K; k=38 & 64 remain; highest prime 16*533^7932+1; base released. S987 is complete to n=25K; k=92 & 142 remain; highest prime 96*987^13820+1; base released. 
R641 is complete to n=25K
CK=298 10 k's remain k=38,44,88,108,134,158,170,214,218,268 Results will be emailed Also I would like to reserve R941 (completes all R bases ending in 1 with CK<500) 
S588 is complete to n=25K; only k=90 remains; highest prime 89*588^10781+1; base released.
S790 is complete to n=25K; k=94, 127, & 160 remain; highest prime 64*790^4646+1; base released. S832 is complete to n=25K; k=36 & 67 remain; highest prime 39*832^15125+1; base released. This completes [I]all [/I]bases to n=25K where there are <= 3 k's remaining at n=5K. :) 
With all bases completed to n=25K that have <= 3 k's remaining at n=5K, I will now reserve the following bases to n=25K that have [I]4 k's[/I] remaining at n=5K:
R892 R905 R945 R988 S724 S761 S802 S821 S825 S945 S980 There are 9 additional "4k bases at n=5K" that are currently reserved by others to n=25K, including my recent S412 reservation in the other thread. This will bring the # of bases tested on the 2 sides to close to equal. 
Riesel 724
Riesel 724, the last k, tested n=25K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
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R941 is complete to n=25K
CK=158 4 k's remain 74,92,112,122 no prime after the run of the new base script. Attached are the results 
Sierpinski reservations
Taking S564, S634, S753, S656, S941, and S977

R905 is complete to n=25K; k=22, 32, 70, & 128 remain; highest prime 4*905^48571; base released.
S761 is complete to n=25K; k=16, 32, 92, & 118 remain; highest prime 38*761^4773+1; base released. S825 is complete to n=25K; k=58, 64, & 120 remain; highest prime 20*825^6961+1; base released. Only one prime for n=5K25K out of 12 k's for these bases. :( 
Riesel 730
Riesel 730, the last k, tested n=25K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
R572 is complete to n=25K
CK=190 14k's remain k=26,40,43,44,76,82,88,97,110,119,134,148,154,160 Results will be emailed 
R892 is complete to n=25K; k=48, 96, & 170 remain; highest prime 161*892^105341; base released.
R988 is complete to n=25K; k=47 & 93 remain; highest prime 87*988^172431; base released. 
14753*928^1291 is prime. Somehow it was missed. I suspect that I used an older version of PFGW when I tested it. 3.3.4 states that it is PRP and prime.
I retested the remaining k for R928 and S928 for n < 1000 using PFGW 3.3.6. This PRP was discovered during that testing. 
Results
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Tested and verified with PFGW 3.3.6. Completed to n = 25,000 and released.
S534, remaining k = 3, largest prime = 94*534^21245+1 S602, remaining k = 6, largest prime = 61*602^20236+1 S641, remaining k = 3, largest prime = 82*641^7080+1 S684, remaining k = 2, largest prime = 8*684^23386+1 S710, remaining k = 5, largest prime = 11*710^15271+1 S720, remaining k = 3, largest prime = 22*720^17920+1 S746, remaining k = 6, largest prime = 77*746^21213+1 S842, remaining k = 6, largest prime = 64*842^17030+1 S962, remaining k = 10, largest prime = 79*962^15814+1 
Riesel 743
Riesel 743 the last k, tested n=25K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
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R761 and S653 are completed to n=25K and released.
R761: 3k's remain S653: 5k's remain 
S800 completed to n=100K and released. No new primes.

S802 is complete to n=25K; only k=10 remains; highest prime 120*802^7279+1; base released.
S821 is complete to n=25K; k=80 & 82 remain; highest prime 110*821^16855+1; base released. 
Riesel 759
Riesel 759 the last k, tested n=25K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
Just a reminder to switch to PFGW 3.3.6.

[quote=rogue;229276]14753*928^1291 is prime. Somehow it was missed. I suspect that I used an older version of PFGW when I tested it. 3.3.4 states that it is PRP and prime.
I retested the remaining k for R928 and S928 for n < 1000 using PFGW 3.3.6. This PRP was discovered during that testing.[/quote] Thanks for doing that doublechecking Mark. I've removed the k on the pages now. BTW, are you still working on R928? I show it at n=17.5K on May 30th. 
R945 is complete to n=25K; k=42 & 302 remain; highest prime 318*945^208721; base released.
S724 is complete to n=25K; k=9 & 30 remain; highest prime 175*724^15958+1; base released. S980 is complete to n=25K; k=25, 38, 44, & 94 remain; highest prime 77*980^2309+1; base released. S945 is complete to n=25K; k=186, 244, 296, & 320 remain; highest prime 350*945^2918+1; base released. 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;229469]Thanks for doing that doublechecking Mark. I've removed the k on the pages now.
BTW, are you still working on R928? I show it at n=17.5K on May 30th.[/QUOTE] Yes. I lost my main computer a few weeks ago. I now have a replacement. I intend to complete to n=25000, but I then need to look for potentially bad tests with PFGW and rerun them. I have about 100,000 tests left to get to n=25000. I estimate that will take about 50 days to complete. I don't know the effort needed for the doublecheck yet. I will have to resieve for 1000<n<15000 (ugh) on the remaining k. Hopefully I won't have to rerun too many tests. 
[quote=rogue;229290]Tested and verified with PFGW 3.3.6. Completed to n = 25,000 and released.
S534, remaining k = 3, largest prime = 94*534^21245+1 S602, remaining k = 6, largest prime = 61*602^20236+1 S641, remaining k = 3, largest prime = 82*641^7080+1 S684, remaining k = 2, largest prime = 8*684^23386+1 S710, remaining k = 5, largest prime = 11*710^15271+1 S720, remaining k = 3, largest prime = 22*720^17920+1 S746, remaining k = 6, largest prime = 77*746^21213+1 S842, remaining k = 6, largest prime = 64*842^17030+1 S962, remaining k = 10, largest prime = 79*962^15814+1[/quote] Mark, I'm going to need the results file for S842. There is no prime for k=47 and it is not shown as remaining. It's best if all of the results files are sent for any searches n>~2500. Secondly, the k's remaining for S710 are incorrect. You have k=11 remaining. It should be k=10. k=11 has a prime. I would like to respectfully request that if you reserve so many bases that you visually doublecheck and balance all of your primes and k's remaining yourself before posting your results. It takes me a lot of time to do so and follow up on problems. Thankyou. Gary 
Riesel 782
Riesel 782 the last k, tested n=25K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;229518]I'm going to need the results file for S842. There is no prime for k=47 and it is not shown as remaining. It's best if all of the results files are sent for any searches n>~2500.
Secondly, the k's remaining for S710 are incorrect. You have k=11 remaining. It should be k=10. k=11 has a prime. I would like to respectivally request that if you reserve so many bases that you visually doublecheck and balance all of your primes and k's remaining yourself before posting your results. It takes me a lot of time to do so and follow up on problems. Thankyou.[/QUOTE] Sorry. I must have been half asleep when I submitted them. 47*842^6387+1 is the missing prime. 
I am now nearing completion of all bases that have <= 4 k's remaining at n=5K. With that, I will now reserve all remaining bases to n=25K that have either 5 or 6 k's remaining at n=5K:
5 k's: R706 S686 S718 S730 S1009 6 k's: R778 R813 R816 R873 R958 S754 S892 
Riesel 812
Riesel 812 the last k, tested n=25K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
Riesel 815
Riesel 815 the last k, tested n=25K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
Riesel 845
2*845^394061 is prime
Conjecture proven  Results emailed 
Riesel 836
Riesel 836 the last k, tested n=25K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
[URL="http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=95017"]8*3^8967011[/URL] (427837 digits) is prime.
This proves R729 (in other words: 24*729^1494501 is prime; it was sieved to 150K :rolleyes: lucky, lucky...) P.S. It remains to be seen if it is the smallest (with PFGW 3.3.6 in some ranges), but still  looks good to me. I ran it since February, on and off. 
Sierp 866
Sierp 866 the last k, tested n=25K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
Sierp 879
Now here's a contrast to Serge finding a prime at the end of his sieve file.
10*879^25003+1 is prime  First test out of the box Conjecture proven  Result emailed 
[QUOTE=Batalov;230292][URL="http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=95017"]8*3^8967011[/URL] (427837 digits) is prime.
This proves R729 (in other words: 24*729^1494501 is prime; it was sieved to 150K :rolleyes: lucky, lucky...) P.S. It remains to be seen if it is the smallest (with PFGW 3.3.6 in some ranges), but still  looks good to me. I ran it since February, on and off.[/QUOTE] I wouldn't worry about it. The conjecture states that a prime must be found, but not that it has to be the smallest prime. 
The following are complete to n=25K and released:
R706; k=83 & 155 remain; highest prime 174*706^180161 S686; k=116, 130, & 211 remain; highest prime 151*686^13722+1 S718; k=3, 69, 108, 153, & 222 remain; highest prime 18*718^4204+1 S730; k=84, 85, & 154 remain; highest prime 132*730^11966+1 S1009; k=46, 144, 246, & 294 remain; highest prime 276*1009^5004+1 That completes all 5kers (at n=5K) to n=25K. Now working on the 6kers. 
Sierp 934
Sierp 934 the last k, tested n=25K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
R603
Riesel 603 is complete to n=25,000. Exhausting.
The relevant files have been sent to sent to Gary. Lots and lots of kvalues remain. 
[quote=paleseptember;230512]Riesel 603 is complete to n=25,000. Exhausting.
The relevant files have been sent to sent to Gary. Lots and lots of kvalues remain.[/quote] I don't seem to have gotten an Email on this. 
More Results
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I have attached results for a few more bases.
S564, 6 k remain, largest prime is 112*564^8205+1 S634, 4 k remain, largest prime is 121*634^14936+1 S656, 9 k remain, largest prime is 125*656^24631+1 S748, 3 k remain, largest prime is 36*748^24344+1 S753, 3 k remain, largest prime is 66*753^11920+1 S941, 1 k remain, largest prime is 156*941^23309+1 S977, 9 k remain, largest prime is 80*977^18615+1 All tested to n=25000. All released. 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;230518]I don't seem to have gotten an Email on this.[/QUOTE]
Sorry, it got held up a few hours. (I forgot the verify the primes.) Hopefully it's arrived now. 
R578
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Taking Riesel 578 out for a spin. CK=142, 23 kvalues remain at n=2500. Will run it to n=25e3.
Used newbases4.3 and pfgw 3.3.6. Initial results attached, (as per Gary's request in another thread.) 
[QUOTE=paleseptember;230820]Taking Riesel 578 out for a spin. CK=142, 23 kvalues remain at n=2500. Will run it to n=25e3.
Used newbases4.3 and pfgw 3.3.6. Initial results attached, (as per Gary's request in another thread.)[/QUOTE] OK, thanks. One note: You could go ahead and only reserve the base right now and wait until later to attach/send the primes and k's remaining for n<=2500. When you reach n=25K, then you can send those files plus an additional file of primes for n=250025K. With some rare exceptions on largeconjectured bases, I don't show statuses for n<10K to avoid much extra admin effort. I only show them as "testing just started". 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;230852]OK, thanks. One note: You could go ahead and only reserve the base right now and wait until later to attach/send the primes and k's remaining for n<=2500. When you reach n=25K, then you can send those files plus an additional file of primes for n=250025K. With some rare exceptions on largeconjectured bases, I don't show statuses for n<10K to avoid much extra admin effort. I only show them as "testing just started".[/QUOTE]
Okay. I suppose it doesn't hurt to have a record of the results on the forum servers, just in case my computer goes bang. I'll rename the files appropriately, and try not to mix them up. Tangent: did you get the R603 files? I wasn't sure how to process them to obtain the salient details. If there is anything else I should do, please PM me or email. Am not wishing to cause you extra work. Thanks! 
[QUOTE=paleseptember;230880]
Tangent: did you get the R603 files? I wasn't sure how to process them to obtain the salient details. If there is anything else I should do, please PM me or email. Am not wishing to cause you extra work. Thanks![/QUOTE] Yes I got them. It will take me a little while to process them and show the info. on the pages. 
[QUOTE=paleseptember;230512]Riesel 603 is complete to n=25,000. Exhausting.
The relevant files have been sent to sent to Gary. Lots and lots of kvalues remain.[/QUOTE] Not really too many remain for a conjecture of k=11324 for a base > 600. From the files sent, there are 112 k's remaining at n=2500, 60 k's with primes for n=250025K, and so 52 k's remaining at n=25K. Check your Email about possible CPU time savings in the future. Thanks for your effort on this! :smile: Gary 
The following are complete to n=25K and released:
R778; k=21, 56, 404, 534, 590, & 657 remain; highest prime 248*778^39131 R813; k=34, 76, 118, 122, & 142 remain; highest prime 158*813^92371 R816; k=18, 113, 204, & 214 remain; highest prime 277*816^149261 R873; k=70, 94, 104, & 114 remain; highest prime 36*873^117191 R958; k=8, 83, 120, & 162 remain; highest prime 134*958^105651 Only 2 more "6kers at n=5K" to go. 
With the 6kers nearing completion, I'll reserve all remaining 7kers to n=25K as follows:
R643 R680 R780 R893 R948 S678 S806 S873 S911 S922 ...and one 8ker with a conjecture > 1100: S507 
64*995[SUP]63550[/SUP]+1 ([URL="http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=95104"]190514 digits[/URL], Generalized Fermat) proves S995.

Sierp 836
Sierp 836 the last k, tested n=25K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
Reservations
Reserving the following 1ker's to n=100K
R859 R866 R879 R908 R968 R1021 R1025 S935 S939 S968 S983 S1013 S1026 
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S914, S917 and S930 last k's tested to n=100K.
No primes. Bases released. 
The following are complete to n=25K and released:
S754; k=99, 159, 199, & 214 remain; highest prime 241*754^15618+1 S892; k=46, 51, 93, 118, & 151 remain; highest prime 16*892^5475+1 That completes the 6kers. 
R578
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Riesel 578 is complete to n=25K.
Results attached. Base released. 
I'd like to take S588 from 25K to 50K (maybe more later; above 60K would make for a top 5000 prime).
According to vmod's new script, this is the highestweight 1k conjecture still unreserved at n=25K. 
Reserving all remaining 8kers to n=25K as follows:
R712 S504 S558 S680 S716 
Riesel 866
Riesel 866, the last k, tested n=25K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
The following 7kers are complete to n=25K and released:
R643; k=114, 162, 174, & 206 remain; highest prime 216*643^161861 R780; k=109, 122, & 221 remain; highest prime 25*780^191671 R893; k=22, 40, 50, 94, & 134 remain; highest prime 122*893^112081 S678; k=106, 122, 132, 171, & 188 remain; highest prime 29*678^10818+1 S873; k=24, 68, 116, 150, & 206 remain; highest prime 88*873^6970+1 
Riesel 879
Riesel 879, the last k, tested n=25K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
The following 7kers are complete to n=25K and released:
R680; k=59 & 116 remain; highest prime 101*680^168361 S806; k=122, 140, & 163 remain; highest prime 121*806^19766+1 S922; k=30, 138, & 214 remain; highest prime 142*922^16611+1 I finally got several with good groupings of primes to add one 2ker and two 3kers to the proven/1K/2K/3K lists. Only 2 more 7kers to go. 
Riesel 968
Riesel 968, the last k, tested n=50K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
Riesel 1021
Riesel 1021, the last k, tested n=50K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
Hi,
I'd like to reserve 74*533^n1 for sieving from 25.000 to 1.000.000 for a friend of mine, I told him from distributed computing and from this project, and he likes to see results in a short time, so we'll start with sieving *g* 
Rincewind,
I think it's a mistake to sieve so deep for 1 k. Perhaps taking it to n=100,000 (rather than a million) first, and then testing up to that limit. Of course, other people may have a different opinion on the matter. 
I agree with paleseptember: I wouldn't suggest starting with that much in the sieve file, do n=25K100K or so instead. Definitely don't sieve to a depth optimal for searching all the way to n=1M. There's a very good chance you won't have to go that far, and that's over 9 million bits or 2.7 million digits.

Riesel 1025
Riesel 1025, the last k, tested n=50K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
[QUOTE=Rincewind;233070]Hi,
I'd like to reserve 74*533^n1 for sieving from 25.000 to 1.000.000 for a friend of mine, I told him from distributed computing and from this project, and he likes to see results in a short time, so we'll start with sieving *g*[/QUOTE] I will show this as reserved up to n=100K. Sieving for n=25K1M is unreleastic and a large waste of time and resources. 
Serge,
Can you provide a status update of R580, S406, S676, S706, S798, S816, and S834? Thanks. With Ian winding down the testing of 1k bases to n=100K and going through them quickly, I'll be following up on reserved 1k bases that are at n<100K quite a bit more often than usual in the future. Gary 
Reserving all remaining 9kers to n=25K as follows:
R501 R806 R978 R942 S770 S864 S958 S978 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;233118]Can you provide a status update of R580, S406, S676, S706, S798, S816, and S834? Thanks.
[/QUOTE] R580 is at 89.9K S406 84.5K S676 112.1K and continuing to 150K S706 100K and released S798 100K and released S816 67.3K S834 112K and released Will email. 
Sierp 935
Sierp 935, the last k, tested n=25K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
The following 7kers and 8kers are complete to n=25K and released:
7kers: R948; 6 k's remaining; highest prime 62*948^142501 S911; 6 k's remaining; highest prime 125*911^19167+1 8kers: R712; k=47, 51, 93, 114, & 183 remain; highest prime 164*712^241321 S504; k=76, 79, 94, 116, & 166 remain; highest prime 121*504^8792+1 S507; k=292, 380, 702, & 984 remain; highest prime 360*507^21897+1 Only S507 did well in this group with 4 k's remaining for CK = 1142. This completes the 7kers. 3 more 8kers to go. 
Sierp 939
Sierp 939, the last k, tested n=25K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
The following 8kers are complete to n=25K and released:
S558; 6 k's remaining; highest prime 249*558^10239+1 S680; 7 k's remaining; highest prime 64*680^10750+1 S716; 6 k's remaining; highest prime 80*716^10035+1 Nothing good in this group. This finishes up the 8kers. 
Reserving all remaining 10kers to n=25K as follows:
R518 R532 R767 S792 S926 S942 S984 
Sierp 968
Sierp 968, the last k, tested n=25K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
Sierp 983
Sierp 983, the last k, tested n=25K100K. Nothing found.
Results emailed. Base released 
Sierp 1013 and Sierp 1026
8*1013^43871+1 is prime  conjecture proven
38*1026^25645+1 is prime  conjecture proven Results for both emailed S1026 has a nice ck of 157 
Nice double proof of such large bases Ian! :smile:

[QUOTE=Batalov;233180]R580 is at 89.9K
S406 84.5K S676 112.1K and continuing to 150K S706 100K and released S798 100K and released S816 67.3K S834 112K and released Will email.[/QUOTE] Serge, have you sent the Email on these results? I haven't gotten it. Thanks. 
I will have to email them a bit later  I sent the graph.card for the warranty repairs (and couldn't find any temp.repacement). So the comp is down at the moment. RMA takes 12 weeks they said.

Reservations
Reserving the following 1kers to n=100K
R514 R622 R688 R731 
[QUOTE=MiniGeek;232481]I'd like to take S588 from 25K to 50K (maybe more later; above 60K would make for a top 5000 prime).[/QUOTE]
I'll take this to 100K. It's starting now, I was finishing up my individual k work for NPLB. Should only take a few days. 
Sierp 928
S928 is now at n=16,000.
Decent haul this time, 16 primes: [CODE]24807*928^15070+1 10296*928^15088+1 12619*928^15138+1 19143*928^15159+1 18273*928^15220+1 20631*928^15244+1 27438*928^15342+1 13099*928^15481+1 19414*928^15486+1 10461*928^15505+1 1237*928^15569+1 7699*928^15581+1 14643*928^15610+1 7785*928^15705+1 18135*928^15705+1 14661*928^15795+1[/CODE] I believe this takes the conjecture to 591 kvalues. Results emailed (over the forum attachment limit) Continuing. 
Riesel 928
After many months of dedicating most of my home resources to this search, I have completed R928 to n=25000 and am releasing it. Below is a list of the primes found since my last report. After looking at the work done in more detail, I would revise my previous estimate of 15 GHz years down to about 6 GHz years for this effort. Now I can go on to other things.
[code] 27882*928^171641 8958*928^173781 24201*928^174471 11003*928^174541 12245*928^174841 21576*928^174951 8474*928^175051 15051*928^175101 24789*928^175851 4260*928^176021 29232*928^176471 26093*928^179011 3693*928^179731 15995*928^180521 18992*928^180921 8796*928^181901 1374*928^182121 1013*928^183121 27179*928^184791 17766*928^185141 254*928^185811 22919*928^186651 22586*928^189571 17322*928^190391 4832*928^191191 9458*928^191441 23396*928^191691 24830*928^192521 7149*928^192771 18143*928^193501 10017*928^193511 7794*928^193911 11687*928^194461 3413*928^194521 29016*928^195891 31383*928^196981 1388*928^197251 15036*928^198181 16242*928^198301 21119*928^199351 18866*928^201741 3722*928^202151 22038*928^202411 19170*928^203761 2685*928^204161 23496*928^207301 13881*928^208621 31386*928^209471 15497*928^210981 20288*928^212121 22269*928^212691 29676*928^213741 24497*928^214321 38*928^215211 16661*928^215981 19215*928^220231 22815*928^220341 28667*928^221031 2391*928^221671 2907*928^222151 9209*928^223171 5478*928^223561 21905*928^224671 24104*928^224691 11595*928^224791 12797*928^226061 17712*928^227031 31866*928^227631 17712*928^227901 6198*928^228741 1283*928^229971 26181*928^230391 23603*928^230521 22025*928^230751 7739*928^232471 18957*928^234021 22548*928^237581 3407*928^240151 2283*928^240821 18281*928^242231 31557*928^242711 3713*928^242981 8124*928^244811 13239*928^245401 17703*928^247411 [/code] 
Reservations
Reserving the following 1kers to n=100K
S501 S516 S550 S622 S649 
An amazing amount of work Mark. :) Could you Email me the results file(s)? Thanks.

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