I will sieve from 164000 to 220000. Is this ok?

Better go at least to 340k, that's one of the "milestones" where LLR exe times (and FFT lengths used) become longer. If you want to find a 100kdigit prime then sieve to 425k. Also note that the bottom limit of reportable primes is currently at about 180k.

[QUOTE=Kosmaj]Better go at least to 340k, that's one of the "milestones" where LLR exe times (and FFT lengths used) become longer. If you want to find a 100kdigit prime then sieve to 425k. Also note that the bottom limit of reportable primes is currently at about 180k.[/QUOTE]
Kosmaj, I am currently testing the following ranges: 164K to 220K => sieved + llring 220K to 500K => currently sieving Are there "better" (faster) sieving programs then NewPgen? 
164K > 220K 45% complete  1 prime found (50.000 digits)

Cedric, if you could list the prime itself, it would be nice.

[QUOTE=Jwb52z]Cedric, if you could list the prime itself, it would be nice.[/QUOTE]
13236795*2^1671881 50000+ digits 13236795*2^1990201 59919 digits > on the primepages 13236795*2^1995161 60068 digits > on the primepages I will show this time the primes I have found. From now on, I only list the primes I have found on the "Post your primes you have found" pages Currently resieving the range 220000 through 500000 with Proth 0.42 Found 3000+ factors wich NewPGen initially not found Therefore I created my own Riesel.dat file [code] 1 220000 500000 k=13236795 <factors of input file of NewPGen> ... [/code] I then stripped the CR of this file Regards 
Thank you Cedric, but you're right. They should be posted there. I forgot about cross posting.

No problem!

13236795 done to 220k. 4 primes found
Now currently sieving to 500k. I will take this K to 1 million. :coffee: 
K=13236795 Status Post
For not soiling the "I'd like to help out" thread,
I open a seperate thread wich will contain info about my progress of this K. Moderators, if it is possible please move all the reply's in the "I'd like to help out" thread to here. Update [code] : stopped sieving of 13236795 of the range 220k => 500k : started llr'ing this range => 18.000 candidates left (of the 280K potentials) : continuing sieving of the 500K => 1M range [/code] Primes found so far: [code] 13236795*2^1671881 is prime! 50000+ digits 13236795*2^1990201 is prime! 59919 digits 13236795*2^1995161 is prime! 60068 digits 13236795*2^2155821 is prime! 64904 digits [/code] 
Currently resieving the range 231k => 1 Million.
This range spans approximately 101.000 tests. Did LLR from 220k => 231 (744 tests). So llr'ing _all_ these test would take a long time. So lets say 1000 test each 23 days * 100 = 200 ~ 300 days of crunch time (12 of the 24 hours) :w00t: :w00t: :w00t: So hopefully with sieving this range to 1 T or more?? I'll get this range to about 50.000 (or less) potential candidates. Regards, 
For comparison, I've sieved 515106735 for k=460k1M
up to 2.5T and still have 78,000 candidates. Larry 
[QUOTE=lsoule]For comparison, I've sieved 515106735 for k=460k1M
up to 2.5T and still have 78,000 candidates. Larry[/QUOTE] Ouch! :devil: :devil: :alien: 
[QUOTE=CedricVonck]Currently resieving the range 231k => 1 Million.
[/QUOTE] What do you mean by "resieving" ? Sieving again against the same possible factors? Why?? I'm not aware that any publicly availabe siever (NewPGen, ksieve) is missing composites. If you found otherwise please provide examples. [QUOTE] This range spans approximately 101.000 tests. ... So hopefully with sieving this range to 1 T or more?? I'll get this range to about 50.000 (or less) potential candidates. [/QUOTE] I don't know how deep have you sieved those 101,000 candidates but even if you sieved only to 1 bn you will soon realize that a reduction to 50,000 is impossible... Another possibility is to stop tests early. Indeed, there is nothing special about this k. No need to marry the first love :smile: :shock: :wink: 
[QUOTE=Kosmaj]What do you mean by "resieving" ? Sieving again against the same possible factors? Why?? I'm not aware that any publicly availabe siever (NewPGen, ksieve) is missing composites. If you found otherwise please provide examples.
I don't know how deep have you sieved those 101,000 candidates but even if you sieved only to 1 bn you will soon realize that a reduction to 50,000 is impossible... Another possibility is to stop tests early. Indeed, there is nothing special about this k. No need to marry the first love :smile: :shock: :wink:[/QUOTE] LOL :rolleyes: :rolleyes: With resieve I mean: I have put 2 ranges together, to be absolute sure. I almost restart the sieve from scratch. Other point, per day I am eliminating approx 1900 factors. I'll keep this up until the find a factor rate will drop :geek: :geek: I am currently dividing the workload between 2 machines. The last point: I know that there are other K's to be searched but I really want to find some big primes. Ps. down to 98000+ tests. 3000 factors eliminated. 
Sieving seems to be much more effective on my k=231. Sieving the
range n=400k1M only up to 137B leaves just 49,000 tests. 
Isoule,
What is your sieving speed? Mine is P4 3 Ghz: 648 k P4 2.4Ghz: 484 k 
For k=231, it looks like 629k/s on a P4 2.2GHz

OK thank you.

Currently testing the range 231K => 240k : 576 candidates on my P4 3G.
Continuing sieving the range 500G => 1T on my P4 2.4G. 
Range 230K => 240K done. No primes found
Range 240K => 250K currently testing  674 candidates Continuing sieving with lower bound 250k. 95886 candidates remaining :geek: :geek: :coffee: :coffee: 
Range 240K => 250K done. No primes found
Range 250K => 280K currently testing  1997 candidates Continuing sieving with lower n bound 280k. 
Crunched to 279021 => still no prime found.
Added 1295 tests to the input file. To 300K :showoff: After my lmh range is done, I will install a server on my main pc to service my local lan. 
Small update:
Approximately 140 tests to 300.000 to go. Total tests done: 14.261 From n = 164.000 to n = 297.759 Number of tests to 1M = 92.059 :showoff: :showoff: (I will do a deeper sieve of this..) Number of Primes found: 4 
[QUOTE=CedricVonck]Small update:
Approximately 140 tests to 300.000 to go. Total tests done: 14.261 From n = 164.000 to n = 297.759 Number of tests to 1M = 92.059 :showoff: :showoff: (I will do a deeper sieve of this..) Number of Primes found: 4[/QUOTE] Project is currently on hold because my pc is in the shop to swap the dvd rom drive. I am also testing the range 1 > 164K. 
Added 650 tests to the queue.
91080 test remaining. 
Added another 450 test to the queue.
90606 factors remaining 
Added 786 tests to the queue
I currently at 322029 Total tests to do: 89.819 
Added 1621 test to 360.000.
88.198 tests remaining 
No primes to 346638.
Starting resieve to 1T 
No primes between 340K & 350 (will check this evening)

Small update
Small update
k=13236795 no prime to 354708 (from 340k) (going to test to 360k) k=4075360575 no prime to 208965 (from 200k) k=673394865 no primes to 153723 (from 130k) (130208 was prime) 
I will continue work as soon as my work for LMH is done.
Cedric 
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