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gd_barnes 2008-01-22 07:13

Team drive #2: k=400-1001 n=260K-333.2K
 
[COLOR=black][FONT=Verdana]This is team drive #2 for No Prime Left Behind. We will be searching all 400 < k <= 1001 for n=260K-333.2K. n=320K-333.2K has been completed.[/FONT][/COLOR]

Karsten (kar_bon) has created a web page [URL="http://www.rieselprime.org/NPLB/Drives/NPLB_Drive2.htm"]here[/URL] that shows details for the drive. He also maintaines a site that has almost all known Riesel primes. There is a page for the range of 300<k<2000 [URL="http://www.rieselprime.org/Data/00300.htm"]here[/URL]. The ranges searched and primes found from this project will be shown there.

The 260K-320K range will help us complete the contiguous testing range for all k-values. The 320K-333.2K range will help fill in the single reservation range of n=320K-340K on Michael Hartley's 'Prime Search' site.

Please take the lowest range(s) available within the range that you are reserving.

[COLOR=black][FONT=Verdana]As before, :blahblah: you know the scoop. :smile: Most everything else is the same as drive #1 except that the lower-range files should take only 3-5 CPU days to process.[/FONT][/COLOR]

Feel free to reserve as many files as you want and can complete within a few weeks or a month.

[FONT=Verdana][COLOR=black]New primes found from drive #2:[/COLOR][/FONT]
[code]
Prime found by
597*2^333048-1 Beyond
549*2^332721-1 kar_bon
595*2^332639-1 IronBits
711*2^332595-1 kar_bon
933*2^332466-1 Beyond
845*2^332076-1 Beyond
939*2^331229-1 Beyond
705*2^330472-1 IronBits
973*2^330363-1 IronBits
987*2^330033-1 AES
987*2^329652-1 IronBits
895*2^329641-1 glennpat
833*2^329490-1 IronBits
605*2^329452-1 gd_barnes
915*2^328673-1 AES
667*2^327465-1 kar_bon
625*2^327291-1 em99010pepe
657*2^326434-1 kar_bon
603*2^325792-1 kar_bon
789*2^325375-1 Petey
705*2^325274-1 IronBits
473*2^325256-1 IronBits
495*2^325070-1 Flatlander
565*2^324789-1 Flatlander
983*2^323820-1 em99010pepe
561*2^323165-1 em99010pepe
879*2^323009-1 em99010pepe
833*2^322530-1 IronBits
795*2^322014-1 IronBits
693*2^321959-1 IronBits
783*2^321564-1 gd_barnes
533*2^321410-1 gd_barnes
781*2^320757-1 kar_bon
639*2^320616-1 kar_bon
563*2^320536-1 kar_bon
625*2^320155-1 gd_barnes
939*2^319816-1 Beyond
531*2^319447-1 IronBits
985*2^319043-1 Beyond
969*2^317489-1 Beyond
705*2^317106-1 Beyond
681*2^316819-1 Beyond
859*2^316251-1 kar_bon
511*2^316021-1 kar_bon
857*2^315200-1 kar_bon
789*2^315143-1 kar_bon
887*2^314508-1 gd_barnes
859*2^314437-1 gd_barnes
789*2^314381-1 gd_barnes
805*2^314133-1 IronBits
831*2^314002-1 Anonymous
585*2^313350-1 IronBits
893*2^313028-1 IronBits
411*2^312923-1 gd_barnes
555*2^312418-1 IronBits
567*2^312258-1 Beyond
489*2^311952-1 IronBits
915*2^311850-1 IronBits
801*2^311723-1 IronBits
825*2^311499-1 IronBits
661*2^311207-1 Beyond
747*2^311013-1 Beyond
937*2^310953-1 Beyond
621*2^309834-1 kar_bon
527*2^309748-1 kar_bon
899*2^309632-1 tnerual
535*2^308305-1 Flatlander
885*2^307937-1 BlisteringSheep
941*2^307794-1 BlisteringSheep
459*2^307676-1 gd_barnes
867*2^307566-1 IronBits
489*2^307544-1 BlisteringSheep
945*2^307272-1 BlisteringSheep
615*2^306823-1 kar_bon
507*2^306774-1 gd_barnes
939*2^306571-1 kar_bon
549*2^306507-1 Flatlander
885*2^305689-1 em99010pepe
557*2^305408-1 em99010pepe
859*2^304621-1 Beyond
843*2^303824-1 Beyond
959*2^303392-1 Beyond
557*2^303360-1 Beyond
559*2^302881-1 Beyond
589*2^302039-1 Beyond
619*2^301387-1 Beyond
875*2^301010-1 em99010pepe
603*2^300866-1 Beyond
695*2^300844-1 Beyond
503*2^300702-1 Beyond
935*2^299486-1 kar_bon
607*2^299337-1 AMDave
489*2^299331-1 kar_bon
843*2^298528-1 em99010pepe
519*2^298253-1 Anonymous
469*2^297955-1 kar_bon
671*2^296946-1 gd_barnes
923*2^296612-1 em99010pepe
695*2^296496-1 Flatlander
933*2^295786-1 BlisteringSheep
503*2^295572-1 em99010pepe
535*2^295065-1 Beyond
971*2^294958-1 Beyond
929*2^294480-1 Beyond
959*2^293340-1 Beyond
993*2^293124-1 Beyond
857*2^292678-1 BlisteringSheep
531*2^292946-1 gd_barnes
855*2^291356-1 gd_barnes
991*2^290981-1 Beyond
775*2^290591-1 Beyond
971*2^290298-1 Beyond
951*2^289694-1 Beyond
595*2^289407-1 Beyond
705*2^289207-1 gd_barnes
839*2^288848-1 Beyond
657*2^288208-1 IronBits
699*2^288145-1 IronBits
663*2^288139-1 IronBits
909*2^287819-1 gd_barnes
945*2^287766-1 Beyond
495*2^287598-1 gd_barnes
503*2^287540-1 em99010pepe
853*2^286943-1 Beyond
755*2^285790-1 em99010pepe
899*2^284916-1 Flatlander
889*2^284685-1 BlisteringSheep
503*2^284628-1 Flatlander
609*2^284200-1 Beyond
677*2^283496-1 Beyond
813*2^283174-1 Beyond
557*2^283134-1 Beyond
635*2^282962-1 Beyond
495*2^282670-1 AES
723*2^281991-1 beyond
495*2^281944-1 em99010pepe
707*2^281564-1 IronBits
633*2^281426-1 em99010pepe
825*2^280818-1 IronBits
611*2^280770-1 Beyond
977*2^279758-1 em99010pepe
833*2^278950-1 em99010pepe
503*2^278210-1 Beyond
549*2^277884-1 Beyond
567*2^277069-1 Beyond
885*2^276858-1 Beyond
723*2^276579-1 Beyond
765*2^274395-1 em99010pepe
523*2^274027-1 em99010pepe
507*2^273813-1 em99010pepe
893*2^273644-1 em99010pepe
825*2^273336-1 em99010pepe
733*2^272251-1 em99010pepe
871*2^271981-1 em99010pepe
597*2^271965-1 em99010pepe
561*2^271550-1 em99010pepe
603*2^271426-1 em99010pepe
489*2^270948-1 em99010pepe
843*2^270808-1 em99010pepe
855*2^270032-1 em99010pepe
969*2^269673-1 em99010pepe
731*2^269598-1 em99010pepe
829*2^269559-1 em99010pepe
875*2^268574-1 kar_bon
575*2^267964-1 em99010pepe
797*2^267608-1 em99010pepe
477*2^267013-1 em99010pepe
471*2^266950-1 em99010pepe
517*2^266777-1 em99010pepe
813*2^265886-1 em99010pepe
815*2^265686-1 em99010pepe
867*2^264398-1 em99010pepe
895*2^264011-1 jasong
885*2^263777-1 em99010pepe
783*2^263675-1 em99010pepe
891*2^263070-1 kar_bon
995*2^263000-1 kar_bon
903*2^262619-1 em99010pepe
481*2^262603-1 em99010pepe
879*2^262536-1 em99010pepe
495*2^262360-1 em99010pepe
999*2^261639-1 kar_bon
571*2^261341-1 kar_bon
891*2^261255-1 kar_bon
957*2^261232-1 kar_bon
919*2^260767-1 Flatlander
745*2^260463-1 Flatlander
[/code][FONT=Verdana][COLOR=black]Primes confirmed from drive #2:[/COLOR][/FONT]
[code]
Prime found by
741*2^325661-1 Petey
423*2^324430-1 em99010pepe
441*2^323913-1 em99010pepe
423*2^323880-1 em99010pepe
417*2^319430-1 Beyond
741*2^317479-1 Beyond
861*2^316774-1 Beyond
423*2^316412-1 kar_bon
777*2^314856-1 kar_bon
461*2^313330-1 IronBits
447*2^310829-1 Beyond
861*2^303455-1 Beyond
685*2^300797-1 Beyond
773*2^300196-1 kar_bon
483*2^296251-1 gd_barnes
417*2^295941-1 gd_barnes
465*2^294155-1 tnerual
425*2^286772-1 gd_barnes
521*2^286186-1 Beyond
717*2^286105-1 BlisteringSheep
717*2^285804-1 kar_bon
433*2^284943-1 Beyond
741*2^284327-1 gd_barnes
741*2^284273-1 Beyond
441*2^280133-1 IronBits
483*2^279304-1 Beyond
861*2^278225-1 IronBits
417*2^278058-1 IronBits
417*2^275270-1 em99010pepe
483*2^274863-1 em99010pepe
861*2^274634-1 em99010pepe
735*2^268251-1 kar_bon
423*2^268231-1 kar_bon
735*2^268205-1 kar_bon
445*2^268131-1 kar_bon
675*2^265094-1 edorajh
425*2^261562-1 Flatlander
425*2^260930-1 Anonymous
861*2^260898-1 Anonymous
[/code][COLOR=black][FONT=Verdana]Status:[/FONT][/COLOR]
[code]
n-range tested by Status # primes
327.2-333.2 LLRnet (C300) complete 17
326.8-327.2 em99010pepe complete 0
326.0-326.8 kar_bon complete 1
324.2-326.0 LLRnet (C300) complete 6 (plus 2 confirmed)
322.6-324.2 em99010pepe complete 3 (plus 2 confirmed)
321.6-322.6 LLRnet (C300) complete 3
321.2-321.6 gd_barnes complete 2
320.2-321.2 kar_bon complete 3
320.0-320.2 gd_barnes complete 1
316.6-320.0 LLRnet (IB500) complete 6 (plus 3 confirmed)
315.8-316.6 kar_bon complete 2 (plus 1 confirmed)
315.2-315.8 LLRnet (AES300) complete 0
315.0-315.2 kar_bon complete 2
305.0-315.0 LLRnet (IB500) complete 33 (plus 3 confirmed)
302.0-305.0 Beyond complete 6 (plus 1 confirmed)
276.0-302.0 LLRnet (C100) complete 62 (plus 16 confirmed)
268.8-276.0 em99010pepe complete 16 (plus 3 confirmed)
268.0-268.8 kar_bon complete 1 (plus 4 confirmed)
265.2-268.0 em99010pepe complete 7
265.0-265.2 edorajh complete 0 (1 confirmed)
264.0-265.0 jasong / complete 2
LLRnet (IB7000)
263.6-264.0 em99010pepe complete 2
262.8-263.6 kar_bon complete 2
262.0-262.8 em99010pepe complete 4
261.6-262.0 kar_bon complete 1
261.4-261.6 Flatlander complete 0 (1 confirmed)
261.0-261.4 kar_bon complete 3
260.8-261.0 Anonymous complete 0 (2 confirmed)
260.4-260.8 Flatlander complete 2
260.2-260.4 AES complete 0
260.0-260.2 gd_barnes complete 0
[/code][B]This drive is now complete! Please see the [URL="http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=9889"]1st drive[/URL] or [URL="http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=10038"]3rd drive[/URL] for more files to search. :smile:[/B]


Let's have fun and get those ranges filled in! :smile:


Gary

kar_bon 2008-01-23 09:02

after finding 2 Top5000 primes i reserve 320.2-320.4 and 320.4-320.6 to fill the ranges for completion at PrimeSearch and submit these when 20k-ranges complete

AES 2008-01-23 17:42

Taking

260.2-260.4

Flatlander 2008-01-24 15:26

Taking:
260.4-260.6
260.6-260.8

gd_barnes 2008-01-24 16:20

Thanks everyone for helping with the fill in! :smile:

kar_bon 2008-01-25 07:02

320.2k to 320.4k complete, no prime

gd_barnes 2008-01-25 19:19

260-260.2 complete; no primes

mdettweiler 2008-01-25 20:31

Taking 260.8-261. :smile:

kar_bon 2008-01-27 11:25

taking 261.0 to 261.4 (2 files)

gd_barnes 2008-01-27 22:02

320-320.2 complete; 1 prime already reported

kar_bon 2008-01-28 00:01

261.0k - 261.2k complete, no prime

AES 2008-01-28 02:21

260.2-260.4 complete. no primes.

Flatlander 2008-01-28 12:22

260.4-260.6
260.6-260.8
Both ranges completed. One prime from each already reported.

mdettweiler 2008-01-29 20:47

260.8-261.0 complete, two confirmed primes already reported. lresults are attached. :smile:

kar_bon 2008-01-30 02:21

taking 320.6 to 321.2 (3 files)

kar_bon 2008-01-30 13:13

range 320.4-321.2:

02.02.2008:
range complete: 3 primes

gd_barnes 2008-02-01 20:25

reserving 321.2-321.6 (2 files)

mdettweiler 2008-02-03 04:07

LLRnet is reserving 321.6-322.6. :smile:

em99010pepe 2008-02-03 19:45

Taking 322.6 to 324.2 (8 files). Will start them within 2 days. Cleaning process will begin soon...lol

mdettweiler 2008-02-03 21:57

LLRnet taking 324.2K-326.0K (9 files). :smile:

Flatlander 2008-02-03 22:55

Taking:
[FONT=Verdana]261.4-261.6[/FONT]

kar_bon 2008-02-04 01:12

261.2k - 261.4k complete, 3 new primes reported

taking 261.6- 262.0

gd_barnes 2008-02-04 06:30

[quote=Anonymous;124696]LLRnet taking 324.2K-326.0K (9 files). :smile:[/quote]

So LLRnet now has 14 files? That's great. I'm just checking to make sure that there will be enough interest to process it all in a reasonable amount of time.

I'll post at least 20 more files in the next couple of hours...


Gary

mdettweiler 2008-02-04 06:46

[quote=gd_barnes;124720]So LLRnet now has 14 files? That's great. I'm just checking to make sure that there will be enough interest to process it all in a reasonable amount of time.

I'll post at least 20 more files in the next couple of hours...


Gary[/quote]
Well, as for whether there will be enough resources for LLRnet to reasonably be able to handle that many files--Carlos estimated 4 days, at the current rate, before the five files that we started out with were cleaned up. Thus, since optimally we want LLRnet to have enough work to keep it going for a week or two without a refill, I figured I'd grab about 10 files. :smile:

gd_barnes 2008-02-04 06:52

[quote=Anonymous;124722]Well, as for whether there will be enough resources for LLRnet to reasonably be able to handle that many files--Carlos estimated 4 days, at the current rate, before the five files that we started out with were cleaned up. Thus, since optimally we want LLRnet to have enough work to keep it going for a week or two without a refill, I figured I'd grab about 10 files. :smile:[/quote]

That works! :smile::flex:

kar_bon 2008-02-04 10:11

taking 326.0 - 326.8

em99010pepe 2008-02-04 10:23

Taking 326.8-327.2.

em99010pepe 2008-02-05 22:04

Taking 262.0-262.8

kar_bon 2008-02-07 03:11

261.6 - 262.0 complete, one prime reported

taking 262.8 - 263.6

em99010pepe 2008-02-07 15:58

Within 3-4 hours I'll reserve the remaining files from 320K-333.2K to LLRnet server. With the 24 hr rally I suspect we are going to test something like 50 000 k/n pairs.

gd_barnes 2008-02-07 17:06

[quote=em99010pepe;125088]Within 3-4 hours I'll reserve the remaining files from 320K-333.2K to LLRnet server. With the 24 hr rally I suspect we are going to test something like 50 000 k/n pairs.[/quote]


HOLY S____!! :smile:


Bring it on! :flex:

Mini-Geek 2008-02-07 17:07

[quote=em99010pepe;125088]Within 3-4 hours I'll reserve the remaining files from 320K-333.2K to LLRnet server. With the 24 hr rally I suspect we are going to test something like 50 000 k/n pairs.[/quote]
Wow, I hope it really is that high. It'd be amazing to complete the entire 320K-333.2K range in 24 hours. Be sure to be ready to reserve more, in case it's higher than expected. If it looks like 320K-333.2K will be finished, are you going to reserve 260K-320K or >333.2K?
Should the primes found that are too small for the top 5000 list still be submitted to Prime Pages for any reason?

gd_barnes 2008-02-07 17:38

[quote=Mini-Geek;125092]Wow, I hope it really is that high. It'd be amazing to complete the entire 320K-333.2K range in 24 hours. Be sure to be ready to reserve more, in case it's higher than expected. If it looks like 320K-333.2K will be finished, are you going to reserve 260K-320K or >333.2K?
Should the primes found that are too small for the top 5000 list still be submitted to Prime Pages for any reason?[/quote]

If we run out of 320K-333.2K work, we should go after the top-5000 primes! We went a day-or-2 here without one. This must not happen! :lol: Having the 320K-340K range complete will allow us to report and complete ranges at Michael Hartley's site and 260K-320K is lesser priority. Between Karsten and I and perhaps a few others, we can methodically get the 260K-320K range knocked out over the next 6-9 months.

The primes that are too small for top-5000 would not be accepted. There would be no reason to report them there. What we're filling in is Karsten's awesome page for 300<k<2000 at [URL="http://www.rieselprime.org"]www.rieselprime.org[/URL]. By the end of 2009, the goal is to have all of the ranges searched for 300<k<=1001 show on the site as n=600K. In order for him to show that, there can be no n-gaps in the ranges searched for any k-value.

Personally, with the way we're going, I think we can reach n=600K on all k's with no gaps by the end of 2008!! :flex:

Now, I ask all of you...Wouldn't it be something if we could have all 300<k<=1001 searched to n=600K before RPS has all k<300 searched to n=600K for over double the # of k's and a project start date that was 2-3 years later?! That is a very real possibility! :smile:


Gary

em99010pepe 2008-02-07 20:05

Taking 327.2-333.2 (30 files) to LLRNet server...

gd_barnes 2008-02-07 22:39

Carlos,

OK, 327.2-333.2 are marked as reserved by LLRnet. Do you want me to leave the file links up for any reason?


Gary

em99010pepe 2008-02-07 22:42

[quote=gd_barnes;125124]Carlos,

OK, 327.2-333.2 are marked as reserved by LLRnet. Do you want me to leave the file links up for any reason?


Gary[/quote]

Yes please although I already added them to the server knpair and have backups of them. Thanks.

EDIT: Don't forget to put a note on the first post...

gd_barnes 2008-02-08 00:00

321.2-321.6 complete. 2 primes as previously reported.

kar_bon 2008-02-10 17:03

263.0 - 263.2 complete. one prime reported

gd_barnes 2008-02-10 20:19

What is the status of the LLRnet 321.6-322.6 and 324.2-326.0 ranges?

We only processed the higher range with the recent rally.

kar_bon 2008-02-10 20:23

[QUOTE=gd_barnes;125401]What is the status of the LLRnet 321.6-322.6 and 324.2-326.0 ranges?

We only processed the higher range with the recent rally.[/QUOTE]

there're some outstanding k/n-pairs to be tested!
321.6: 4 tests
322.4: 6 tests

all other ranges from the race i will check the next time!

gd_barnes 2008-02-10 20:28

[quote=kar_bon;125402]there're some outstanding k/n-pairs to be tested!
321.6: 4 tests
322.4: 6 tests

all other ranges from the race i will check the next time![/quote]

Who has the tests that need to be done? This is ~30 mins. total work.

em99010pepe 2008-02-10 20:32

Actually 321.6: 2 tests and 322.4: 6 tests. These numbers will be tested soon, be calm Gary. Outstanding k/n-pairs to be tested:

[code]715 321607
939 321607
975 322485
635 322486
501 322487
649 322487
423 322488
887 322494
685 325419
731 325534
645 325624
575 325684
571 325853
847 325989[/code]

kar_bon 2008-02-10 20:45

[QUOTE=em99010pepe;125404]These numbers will be tested soon, be calm Gary. [/QUOTE]

yep, don't test these by hand anyone, let the server make the work.
oustandings will be in workpool after 7 days! so give them some more time.
i have to check the other ranges of the race too, perhaps tomorrow.

edorajh 2008-02-11 06:48

Taking 265.0-265.2

em99010pepe 2008-02-11 21:29

Taking 263.6-264.0---should I take this?
and 265.2-268.0

em99010pepe 2008-02-11 21:38

322.6-322.8 done
322.8-323.0 done
323.2-323.4 done

gd_barnes 2008-02-11 21:44

[quote=em99010pepe;125543]Taking 263.6-264.0---should I take this?
and 265.2-268.0[/quote]

Yeah, go ahead. I haven't gotten a response to a PM that I sent to Jasong yet. It'll be easier if he just keeps the range he has.

I think it makes sense to adopt that policy in the future. If someone reserves something out of order, I'll just let them have it while others pick up the lower ranges. Of course I'll remind them to pick up the lowest range available in the future. As long as people aren't constantly reserving stuff out of order, it's easier than attempting to ask people to change reservations, especially if they've already started testing.

I'll edit my post in the other thread.


Gary

em99010pepe 2008-02-11 21:45

Thank you Gary. Also taking 263.6-264.0.

kar_bon 2008-02-12 03:10

taking 268.0 - 268.8 (4 files)

em99010pepe 2008-02-12 07:22

323.0-323.2 done.

henryzz 2008-02-12 07:32

[quote=gd_barnes;125545]Yeah, go ahead. I haven't gotten a response to a PM that I sent to Jasong yet. It'll be easier if he just keeps the range he has.

I think it makes sense to adopt that policy in the future. If someone reserves something out of order, I'll just let them have it while others pick up the lower ranges. Of course I'll remind them to pick up the lowest range available in the future. As long as people aren't constantly reserving stuff out of order, it's easier than attempting to ask people to change reservations, especially if they've already started testing.

I'll edit my post in the other thread.


Gary[/quote]
considering the confusion we caused here i can understand why u r saying that
lol:missingteeth:

em99010pepe 2008-02-12 07:49

Hey Henry, stop jumping...your avatar is very annoying...lol

gd_barnes 2008-02-12 16:31

[quote=henryzz;125580]considering the confusion we caused here i can understand why u r saying that
lol:missingteeth:[/quote]

I couldn't agree more after the 10 posts that we had! :grin:

[quote=em99010pepe;125581]Hey Henry, stop jumping...your avatar is very annoying...lol[/quote]

Yeah, Henry, you're eating my CPU cycles. :lol: Carlos, I assume you're aware you can hit the stop button on your browser, which will stop any avatar from moving and eating CPU cycles. I deleted my original avator, which I thought was kind of cool, because it had spinning gears. I finally realized that was a large part of what was slowing down LLR and srsieve when I was browsing here.


Gary

mdettweiler 2008-02-12 17:36

[quote=gd_barnes;125603]I couldn't agree more after the 10 posts that we had! :grin:



Yeah, Henry, you're eating my CPU cycles. :lol: Carlos, I assume you're aware you can hit the stop button on your browser, which will stop any avatar from moving and eating CPU cycles. I deleted my original avator, which I thought was kind of cool, because it had spinning gears. I finally realized that was a large part of what was slowing down LLR and srsieve when I was browsing here.


Gary[/quote]
I don't think the Stop button stops moving avatars. However, at least in Firefox, there's an option in the config editor that will let you stop all animated GIF files--thus halting the animated avatars.

I've found that on my new Core 2 Duo, the animated avatars hardly make a dent--even on the mersenneforum.org new-post-composition page, with all its animated smilies, the CPU meter gadget on my taskbar hardly registers it. Now back when I had my Pentium 4 3.2Ghz, that was a different story...

P.S.: There's another solution to animated avatars, which doesn't require you to turn off animated GIF's altogether, if you're using Firefox. Just search the [url=http://addons.mozilla.org]Mozilla.org Add-ons page[/url] for the "Nuke Anything" extension--it will let you right-click on any page object, and click "Remove This Object". Poof. It's gone until you reload the page. I use it to get rid of avatars that are especially CPU-consuming (some are more hungry than others; from the looks of it, Henry's is hardly one of the worst offenders), as well as all those banner ads that eat CPU time for breakfast. :smile:

gd_barnes 2008-02-12 19:18

[quote=Anonymous;125616]I don't think the Stop button stops moving avatars. However, at least in Firefox, there's an option in the config editor that will let you stop all animated GIF files--thus halting the animated avatars.

I've found that on my new Core 2 Duo, the animated avatars hardly make a dent--even on the mersenneforum.org new-post-composition page, with all its animated smilies, the CPU meter gadget on my taskbar hardly registers it. Now back when I had my Pentium 4 3.2Ghz, that was a different story...

P.S.: There's another solution to animated avatars, which doesn't require you to turn off animated GIF's altogether, if you're using Firefox. Just search the [URL="http://addons.mozilla.org"]Mozilla.org Add-ons page[/URL] for the "Nuke Anything" extension--it will let you right-click on any page object, and click "Remove This Object". Poof. It's gone until you reload the page. I use it to get rid of avatars that are especially CPU-consuming (some are more hungry than others; from the looks of it, Henry's is hardly one of the worst offenders), as well as all those banner ads that eat CPU time for breakfast. :smile:[/quote]


Hum...In I.E. 3.6 and 3.7, hitting 'stop' stops them cold. No movement at all. Even the little emoticons don't move. It works well.

mdettweiler 2008-02-12 19:24

[quote=gd_barnes;125631]Hum...In I.E. 3.6 and 3.7, hitting 'stop' stops them cold. No movement at all. Even the little emoticons don't move. It works well.[/quote]
Wait a minute...you said IE 3.6 and 3.7? Do those even render pages correctly, considering their age? :wink: I'm guessing you meant to say IE 6 and IE 7--IE 3 is more than 10 years old, probably Windows 95-era. :smile:

I guess that's just what IE does, then--no matter how many times I click stop, the emoticons still keep on moving on my post composition page. However, if I highlight all the emoticons, right click on them, and choose "remove selection", then they all just go away quick and easily, thanks to the Nuke Anything extension I mentioned earlier. :smile:

I wonder if there's an extension out there that lets you add a simple button to the toolbar in Firefox that will halt the motion of animated GIF's, like the stop button does in IE?

Mini-Geek 2008-02-12 20:02

[quote=Anonymous;125633]I wonder if there's an extension out there that lets you add a simple button to the toolbar in Firefox that will halt the motion of animated GIF's, like the stop button does in IE?[/quote]
It's called the escape button...in FF press Esc and all animated pics will stop.
:rolleyes:
Try it on him. :razz:

mdettweiler 2008-02-12 20:05

[quote=Mini-Geek;125636]It's called the escape button...in FF press Esc and all animated pics will stop.
:rolleyes:
Try it on him. :razz:[/quote]
Aha, works great! Thanks for the tip! :grin:

kar_bon 2008-02-12 20:27

[QUOTE=Anonymous;125638]Aha, works great! Thanks for the tip! :grin:[/QUOTE]

psssssst. don't tell (so we got a light advantage for the next race against Free-DC) :grin:

ESC works in IE too!

mdettweiler 2008-02-12 20:42

[quote=kar_bon;125645]psssssst. don't tell (so we got a light advantage for the next race against Free-DC) :grin:

ESC works in IE too![/quote]
Hmm...that gives me an idea. ;-)

Some delightful delicacies for the Free-DC crunching machines to eat! :lol:
:bounce wave::bounce wave::bounce wave::bounce wave:
:bounce wave::bounce wave::bounce wave::bounce wave:

gd_barnes 2008-02-12 20:43

[quote=Anonymous;125633]Wait a minute...you said IE 3.6 and 3.7? Do those even render pages correctly, considering their age? :wink: I'm guessing you meant to say IE 6 and IE 7--IE 3 is more than 10 years old, probably Windows 95-era. :smile:
[/quote]


:blush::blush::blush:

Yes I.E. 6 and 7. Duh.

gd_barnes 2008-02-12 20:45

Hum, didn't know escape worked but it does. Hitting either stop or escape works for both I.E. 6 and 7 on my home and work machines.

Flatlander 2008-02-13 00:26

[FONT=Verdana]261.4-261.6 complete. No new primes.[/FONT]

mdettweiler 2008-02-13 01:33

1 Attachment(s)
321.6-322.6 and 324.2-326.0 completed by LLRnet. lresults for both are attached. :smile:

(Note: I had to rename the .zip file to .zip.pdf since otherwise it would be bigger than the attachment size limit for zip files. Just remove the .pdf and you'll be all set.)

kar_bon 2008-02-13 12:59

range 326.0 - 326.8 complete, 1 prime reported

kar_bon 2008-02-14 09:48

263.2 - 263.4 complete, no prime

em99010pepe 2008-02-14 19:08

323.4-323.6
323.6-323.8
324.0-324.2

done

em99010pepe 2008-02-14 22:22

323.8-324.0 done

em99010pepe 2008-02-15 08:59

326.8-327.0 done

em99010pepe 2008-02-15 15:23

Gary,

I'll set up a server for the lowest ranges because someone from Free-DC will help me clean them in less than two weeks. Please prepare more files, don't need to break them.

Carlos

EDIT: Prepare range 276k-320k...it's time to clean this mess..lol

gd_barnes 2008-02-15 16:08

[quote=em99010pepe;125852]Gary,

I'll set up a server for the lowest ranges because someone from Free-DC will help me clean them in less than two weeks. Please prepare more files, don't need to break them.

Carlos

EDIT: Prepare range 276k-320k...it's time to clean this mess..lol[/quote]

You're speaking my language. I love having 'messes cleaned' and ranges filled in. To be posted shortly...

I was just thinking of something. I'm guessing that some folks don't like having to mess with reporting top-5000 primes. If so, it'd be great to have them fill in ranges like this below top-5000 status. I mention this because when I'm done sieving 300<k<400 (coincidently in ~2 weeks), we could put n=260k-333.3k for that k-range on this same server. It might only be 'dry' for a few days if you guys really clean this range quickly. My ETA right now is Feb. 28th-29th.


Gary

gd_barnes 2008-02-15 16:45

OK, it is posted now. Warning: it's about 6 MB. It took my browser about 30-40 secs. to pull up completely.

Anon, for your reference, I will leave all of the files left up there for a while so that you can make sure you have all of the k/n pairs to check against.

mdettweiler 2008-02-15 17:15

[quote=gd_barnes;125857]OK, it is posted now. Warning: it's about 6 MB. It took my browser about 30-40 secs. to pull up completely.

Anon, for your reference, I will leave all of the files left up there for a while so that you can make sure you have all of the k/n pairs to check against.[/quote]
OK, I've grabbed the files, you can take them offline now. :smile:

gd_barnes 2008-02-15 17:18

I'll wait until I know that Carlos has gotten them.

em99010pepe 2008-02-15 17:25

[quote=gd_barnes;125860]I'll wait until I know that Carlos has gotten them.[/quote]

Server is up on port 80.

mdettweiler 2008-02-15 17:27

[quote=em99010pepe;125862]Server is up on port 80.[/quote]
Okay, great! I'll make a note of it in the LLRnet information thread. :smile:

em99010pepe 2008-02-15 17:34

[quote=Anonymous;125863]Okay, great! I'll make a note of it in the LLRnet information thread. :smile:[/quote]

Wait...it's not up.

mdettweiler 2008-02-15 17:35

[quote=em99010pepe;125865]Wait...it's not up.[/quote]
If you expect it to be back up shortly, then I won't bother making a note about it being down.

em99010pepe 2008-02-15 18:24

The server only has 276k to 320k.

gd_barnes 2008-02-15 18:37

[quote=em99010pepe;125871]The server only has 276k to 320k.[/quote]

Now corrected to show the server as only reserving 276K-320K.

em99010pepe 2008-02-15 19:48

Here's the deal. After testing my manual ranges I will move all cores to LLRNet port 100. ETA to dry out the server is 2-3 weeks. Free-DC will win!

mdettweiler 2008-02-15 20:02

[quote=em99010pepe;125881]Here's the deal. After testing my manual ranges I will move all cores to LLRNet port 100. ETA to dry out the server is 2-3 weeks. Free-DC will win![/quote]
Hmm...that means the main server will have a lot less Free-DC power on it, so the "no team" people will have a chance to win there! :razz:

em99010pepe 2008-02-15 23:05

[quote=Anonymous;125882]Hmm...that means the main server will have a lot less Free-DC power on it, so the "no team" people will have a chance to win there! :razz:[/quote]

We'll leave there 10% of our CPU power, it's more than you imagine.

Carlos

em99010pepe 2008-02-15 23:16

I was looking at the knpairs.txt off the server used to work on range 320.0k to 333.2k and only six numbers and my reserved range (327.0 - 327.2) to finish these entire range.

[code]537 333013
619 333181
483 333182
493 333183
857 333184
729 333185[/code]

em99010pepe 2008-02-15 23:29

262.0-262.2 done

mdettweiler 2008-02-15 23:30

[quote=em99010pepe;125892]I was looking at the knpairs.txt off the server used to work on range 320.0k to 333.2k and only six numbers and my reserved range (327.0 - 327.2) to finish these entire range.

[code]537 333013
619 333181
483 333182
493 333183
857 333184
729 333185[/code][/quote]
Cool. Do you know who those numbers are assigned to? (Might give us an idea of how long it will take for them to be finished up.) :smile:

em99010pepe 2008-02-15 23:31

[quote=Anonymous;125895]Cool. Do you know who those numbers are assigned to? (Might give us an idea of how long it will take for them to be finished up.) :smile:[/quote]

I know but I won't tell you. They will be finish within 7 days max, don't worry.

mdettweiler 2008-02-15 23:33

[quote=em99010pepe;125896]I know but I won't tell you. They will be finish within 7 days max, don't worry.[/quote]
Okay, fine with me. :smile:

kar_bon 2008-02-16 20:48

range 268.0 to 268.2 complete, one prime confirmed

em99010pepe 2008-02-16 21:48

263.6-263.8
265.6-265.8
266.4-266.6
267.2-267.4

All done.

kar_bon 2008-02-18 01:59

268.6 - 268.8 complete, no prime

not mentioned before:
262.8 - 263.0 complete, one prime reported

em99010pepe 2008-02-18 16:31

263.8-264.0
265.8-266.0
266.6-266.8
267.4-267.6

All done.

kar_bon 2008-02-19 00:20

range 268.2 - 268.4 complete, 3 primes confirmed

em99010pepe 2008-02-19 21:12

262.2-262.4 done

em99010pepe 2008-02-20 05:21

327.0-327.2 done

em99010pepe 2008-02-20 11:37

265.2-265.4
266.0-266.2
266.8-267.0
267.6-267.8

All done

mdettweiler 2008-02-20 15:48

327.2-333.2 complete by LLRnet, lresults emailed to Gary. :smile:


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