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ValerieVonck 2013-04-26 16:28

Hey guys, thank you very much for the replys.
I am currently working on Mac, so no newpgn for me.
I am using sr1sieve 1.4.5...

I will see what it gives ;)

Now for a round of P-1 :)

ValerieVonck 2014-01-02 10:34

Range 1M -> 50M sieved to 60T, continuing to 100T

ValerieVonck 2014-01-30 09:01

Sieved to 65T (+/-)

regards,

ValerieVonck 2015-05-18 12:45

Range 1M -> 50M sieved to 115T+, continuing to 200T

ValerieVonck 2015-10-13 08:19

Sieving in progress for 1M-50M in the 150T - 200T
Eta: March 2016

ValerieVonck 2016-04-04 12:16

Progress update: range 150t -> 200t almost complete (range 1M -> 50M)
Due date: 11/4/16

Will restart llr'ing in the range: 1.0 M -> 1.1 M

ValerieVonck 2016-04-11 19:30

Started llr'ing the first batch of 1000 tests (will take about 4,3 days)
Will go for 10.000 tests in the first try (take about 4 à 5 months) with the latest version of llr

Anyone know how to llr on 4 cpu's?
Will be appreciated!

Best regards,
Valerie

paulunderwood 2016-04-11 19:54

[QUOTE=ValerieVonck;431334]

Anyone know how to llr on 4 cpu's?
Will be appreciated!
[/QUOTE]

Multi-threaded LLR does not exist yet, but you could use mprime/Prime95 for that to PRP.

You could set up your own prpnet server using rogue's software for this, and attach clients locally.

Alternatively, create 4 directories and put an LLR64.exe/llr64 in each directory with a sub-list of candidates to be tested. :smile:

ValerieVonck 2016-04-12 13:10

[QUOTE=paulunderwood;431338]Multi-threaded LLR does not exist yet, but you could use mprime/Prime95 for that to PRP.

You could set up your own prpnet server using rogue's software for this, and attach clients locally.

Alternatively, create 4 directories and put an LLR64.exe/llr64 in each directory with a sub-list of candidates to be tested. :smile:[/QUOTE]

Thank you!
I thought something like this ;)

ValerieVonck 2016-05-22 13:33

Starting Lucas Lehmer Riesel prime test of 13236795*2^1051978-1
Using zero-padded FMA3 FFT length 112K, Pass1=448, Pass2=256
13236795*2^1051978-1 is prime! (316685 decimal digits) Time : 447.419 sec.

Will submit asap on the prime pages

Ps. Primepages reports it as too small to credit :(

pinhodecarlos 2016-05-22 13:51

Minimum is 388341 decimal digits.


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