k=83 at n=3.1M and continuing.

Thomas11 released k=195 at n=3M on 20190429 in this topic.
I am picking it up and planning to run it for a long while. For searchability: 195 
[QUOTE=kuratkull;539226]Thomas11 released k=195 at n=3M on 20190429 in this topic.
I am picking it up and planning to run it for a long while. For searchability: 195[/QUOTE] I've added this to the PrimeWiki, using the name listed on your GitHub profile. [url]https://www.rieselprime.de/ziki/Riesel_prime_195[/url] 
[QUOTE=Happy5214;539259]I've added this to the PrimeWiki, using the name listed on your GitHub profile. [url]https://www.rieselprime.de/ziki/Riesel_prime_195[/url][/QUOTE]
Please update 69: [url]https://www.rieselprime.de/ziki/Riesel_prime_69[/url] Vincent Diepeveen and Paul Underwood are searching this k. Two recent primes: [CODE]      rank description digits who year comment       74 69*2^68389711 2058738 L5037 2020 82 69*2^66399711 1998833 L5037 2020       [/CODE] 
[QUOTE=paulunderwood;539268]Please update 69: [URL]https://www.rieselprime.de/ziki/Riesel_prime_69[/URL]
Vincent Diepeveen and Paul Underwood are searching this k. Two recent primes: [CODE]      rank description digits who year comment       74 69*2^68389711 2058738 L5037 2020 82 69*2^66399711 1998833 L5037 2020       [/CODE][/QUOTE] I've added the primes and the UTM links. I tried to add the reservation, but the template doesn't seem to like multiple people sharing a reservation. I'll PM Karsten about it. I used the larger prime as the max [I]n[/I] and the update date. Do you have more current data for those? 
[QUOTE=Happy5214;539270]I've added the primes and the UTM links. I tried to add the reservation, but the template doesn't seem to like multiple people sharing a reservation. I'll PM Karsten about it. I used the larger prime as the max [I]n[/I] and the update date. Do you have more current data for those?[/QUOTE]
Thanks. I have asked Vincent your question. The maximum tested is not much greater than the largest prime, but the minimum untested is much smaller because of the way we search with large batch files on various hardware. 
I've made a small template change:
a list of reserver is now possible in the Riesel templates parameter RReserved. A issue to solve: those should also listed in a seperate hidden subpage for the persons, so you could see you own reservation via "{{My reservations}}" entry on your person page. This will be done late thann. Thanks for the hint. I'm almost done with all posts of this thread for the Wiki history, next all primes found thread. After that I will update all k<300 Riesel Wiki pages. PS: I've reset the max range tested to the last, because it seems unclear by now. 
Yes for k=69 testing the min and max wouldbe 6.17M and 7.03M at the moment, yet that max quickly gets larger as 7.0M+ just started running.
As it's load balanced to give each n batches roughly the same calculationpower to test yet then there is still ni batches left with i very small. 
[I]Status update.
[/I] Finally all my reserved k's tested to n=6M. No new primes. Slowly going forward. [I] k=9 @ n=6M k=29 @ n=6M k=33 @ n=6M k=71 @ n=6M k=253 @ n=6M [/I] 
It's done:
The Wiki contains all history entries from [B]this[/B] thread up to the last post. There're many reservations ongoing for several years or no information of unreserving given in this thread. For k=255 there were no other information, although it seems to be checked to n=2M. Please check your reservations on the current table [url='https://www.rieselprime.de/ziki/Riesel_k%3D1300']here[/url]. Suggestion: To keep the work minimal, report any status with new work done in this thread about all 3 months; every few days or a month seems too much, and the efforts may be less while n is increasing. Any erros or missing primes please post in the Wiki thread [url='https://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=25330']here[/url]. 
Beautiful work  the table is a joy to explore around in. I was kindof sad to see all the outdated tables trying to do the same thing and trying to make sense of the situation regarding a k.
I remember when I first joined up ages ago the situation with k<300 was probably as messy as it was here until now. Back then I just ended up choosing my own huge k and ran that due to it being the path of least resistance. With the table and reservations cleanly laid out (and hopefully kept up to date) it is much easier for (new?) people to come and run numbers in k<300. Thank you! 
Wow, looks like I have some k's not updated in years. Here's a full update:
k=13 4.4M active on 2 cores k=45 3.65M active on 2 cores k=93 2.63M active on 1 core k=99 2.6M reserved k=109 4M reserved k=127 7.1M active on 2 cores k=167 3.15M active on 1 core k=197 3.02M reserved EDIT: Unreserved, reserved by kuratkull k=201 3.2M active on 2 cores k=229 2M active on 2 cores (just started again, forgot this one) k=231 2.35M active on 2 cores k=249 unreserved k's above 300 I still work on: k=405 2M k=443 3.49M k=2115 1.56M k=2145 1.56M k=2175 1.56M The folks with 213 and 31/221 reserved are former students of mine; I'll drop them each a note and ask for an update. 
k=197 released to Kuratkull, who will now have 193195197 all reserved.
kuratkull if/when I locate results from 3000k3020k, I'll post them to this thread for you. 
Thanks for the info.
Updated your last results, for Steven: look at k=207 also. So the history helps here to remind contributors. 
status report
k=25 tested till n=5.19M

[QUOTE=Cruelty;541719]k=25 tested till n=5.19M[/QUOTE]
Added to PrimeWiki. 
hi,
reserving k=89 n=3000000 to ? 
k=83 at n=3.2M and continuing.

k=83 at n=3.3M and continuing.

hi,
status update k=89 at n=3100000 
3 month update:
k=193 at n=3.7M k=195 at n=3.7M k=197 at n=3.7M continuing all (will also update and link from rieselprime.de) 
status report
k=119 at n=7M
k=211 at n=7M k=217 at n=7M k=223 at n=7M k=239 at n=7M k=269 at n=7M k=283 at n=7M 
k=83 at n=3.4M and continuing.

hi,
status update k=89 at n=3400000 and continuing 
k=9 @ 6.35M

3 month update:
k=193 at n=4.2M k=195 at n=4.2M k=197 at n=4.2M continuing all (rieselprime.de updated) 
k=83 at n=3.5M and continuing

k=9 @ 6.5M

hi,
k=89 n=4000000 no prime found k=89 released 
[QUOTE=lalera;563938]hi,
k=89 n=4000000 no prime found k=89 released[/QUOTE] Too bad you didn't find anything k=89 * 2^n  1 until 4M. Taking over k=89 then. will search it then from 4M to 6M (or maybe 7M) and then release it again probably will let you know when i release it. 
Reserving k = 165. It's a k value with a high Nash weight but hasn't been reserved in over 7 years.

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