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 Kosmaj 2008-08-29 13:27

To Gary,

Only jerks keep on posting their worthless messages.
It's up to you to show who you are.

 Kosmaj 2008-08-29 23:19

To Gary and Anon

If it was not already clear from before:
We don't want to deal or cooperate with you in any way.
We don't want to read your junk mail, and waste time responding to it.
You are not welcome on these pages.

We consider your latest reservation of 20 Ks void.

This is the end of discussion.
Please go away and leave us alone.

 MooooMoo 2008-08-30 08:40

[QUOTE]the No Prime Left Behind project is reserving the following currently unreserved k's, all searched to n=600K except k=289:

65, ... 241, ... 293
[/QUOTE]

[QUOTE=Kosmaj;140375]
We consider your latest reservation of 20 Ks void.
[/QUOTE]

So does this mean that I (or any other individual) can reserve k=241? Just wondering, because that k is not listed as available on the [url]www.rieselprime.org[/url] page.

 Kosmaj 2008-08-30 08:51

MooMoo

Yes you can, and you are welcome to do so!

 MooooMoo 2008-08-30 22:00

[QUOTE=Kosmaj;140408]MooMoo

Yes you can, and you are welcome to do so![/QUOTE]
OK then, I'll reserve k=241.

 kar_bon 2008-09-01 10:13

Update

k=209: 886k
k=297: 657k

no new primes

 MooooMoo 2008-09-09 17:38

Unfortunately, there have been some unexpected issues with the power supply in my home, so I'll have to release k=241. It's complete to n=607K.

I don't know how long this will last, so I won't be reserving any k's until the problem is fixed.

edit: No primes were found in my small tested range of n=600-607K.

 MooooMoo 2008-09-10 08:35

Power supply issue fixed, reserving k=173.

 Kosmaj 2008-09-10 11:19

k=173 is already tested to 1M, do you want to go further?

Have you considered continuing tests of k=241 ?

 em99010pepe 2008-09-10 12:45

k=241 is being tested on NPLB 4th Drive from n=600k to 1M.

 MooooMoo 2008-09-10 18:37

[QUOTE=Kosmaj;141703]k=173 is already tested to 1M, do you want to go further?

Have you considered continuing tests of k=241 ?[/QUOTE]
I'll continue further with k=173 - the last few primes for that k were at n=409470, 483932, 632000, and 828808, so I'm guessing there should be one shortly after n=1M.

I don't think I'll be able to test k=241 fast enough, so I'll release it and let anyone else from RPS with faster computers test it.

 Kosmaj 2008-09-11 06:32

As I stated before we consider all those reservations null and void.

MooMoo, it's a pity you cannot continue tests of k=241, I wish you luck with k=173. I'm well aware of its primes because I found them :smile:

 amphoria 2008-09-11 17:39

Reserving k=115, 185 and 227.

 em99010pepe 2008-09-11 17:42

k=115, 185 and 227 are being tested on NPLB 4th Drive from n=600k to 1M.

 AES 2008-09-11 20:53

Reserving k=199.

 em99010pepe 2008-09-11 20:57

[COLOR=black][FONT=Verdana]k=115, 149, 175, 179, 185, 199, 215, 227, 229, 239, 241, 257, 265, 271, 289, and 293 [/FONT][/COLOR]are being tested on NPLB 4th Drive from n=600k to 1M

 em99010pepe 2008-09-11 22:08

Reserving k=67, 81 and 85.

 Kosmaj 2008-09-12 00:15

Reserving 175, 215 and 229.

 VBCurtis 2008-09-12 07:32

Reserving 149 and 179. These are low-weight, so they should go quickly.
-Curtis

 Buzzo 2008-09-13 20:55

[QUOTE=Kosmaj;141879]As I stated before we consider all those reservations null and void.[/QUOTE]
these look like nice k's could i help with them?

 VBCurtis 2008-09-15 05:54

Buzzo-
If you want to reserve a k, I can assist you in using the sieve programs and getting started.

If you have more patience, there are k's available that have been tested to 700k or 1M, which have a lower risk of someone else reporting a prime before you discover it.
-Curtis

 Buzzo 2008-09-26 00:04

[QUOTE=VBCurtis;142484]Buzzo-
If you want to reserve a k, I can assist you in using the sieve programs and getting started.

If you have more patience, there are k's available that have been tested to 700k or 1M, which have a lower risk of someone else reporting a prime before you discover it.
-Curtis[/QUOTE]
i sent a note to kosmaj about this and he responded promptly, but after i replied to that i havent gotten a reply yet despite a reminder i sent. this whole thing seems very secretive and weird, i'm going to go ask about it over at nplb since rps is not responding.

 Kosmaj 2008-09-26 00:32

Buzzo

I'm having a busy week and cannot reply to all messages. I suggested you several times in the past to try a few files from the 6th Drive, they are available all the time. The Ks you are asking for are being tested in a pretty unorganized manner, I cannot recommend you to join the mess.

 Thomas11 2008-09-26 19:45

k=11 available?

Since I don't have access to the k<300 status page (a.k.a. "riesellist.htm") on 15k.org, I'd like to know whether [B]k=11[/B] is already reserved by someone else or not. Quite a while ago I tested this k all the way up to n=1.5M and released it to the public afterwards. Now I'm thinking of a new run on k=11...

-- Thomas

 henryzz 2008-09-26 19:55

try [URL]http://www.rieselprime.org/Summary00001.htm[/URL]
15k.org isnt updated anymore so use rieselprime.org

 Thomas11 2008-09-26 21:06

[QUOTE=henryzz;143879]try [URL]http://www.rieselprime.org/Summary00001.htm[/URL]
15k.org isnt updated anymore so use rieselprime.org[/QUOTE]

As I can see, Curtis is currently working on k=11. So I'll stay with k=113...

 VBCurtis 2008-09-27 06:37

[QUOTE=Buzzo;143805]i sent a note to kosmaj about this and he responded promptly, but after i replied to that i havent gotten a reply yet despite a reminder i sent. this whole thing seems very secretive and weird, i'm going to go ask about it over at nplb since rps is not responding.[/QUOTE]

I'm not sure what this means. A few of us reserved k's as new work. We're working on them. You are welcome to reserve your own k to work on. I shared some work from an old sieve with you to introduce you to the project, but that is not normal practice. If you don't want to sieve and work on your own k, reserve files posted in the forum from one of the drives. If you'd like your own k, there are a couple available, though none starting below 700k. There are also k's like 105 that have already been sieved, but little work has been done recently- in effect, you can have your own k, without the setup work.

I don't understand saying "rps is not responding", when I replied to your original question, and never saw any other questions. This forum is more than just kosmaj!
-Curtis

 Buzzo 2008-09-27 19:10

[QUOTE=Kosmaj;143807]Buzzo

I'm having a busy week and cannot reply to all messages. I suggested you several times in the past to try a few files from the 6th Drive, they are available all the time. The Ks you are asking for are being tested in a pretty unorganized manner, I cannot recommend you to join the mess.[/QUOTE][QUOTE=VBCurtis;143910]I'm not sure what this means. A few of us reserved k's as new work. We're working on them. You are welcome to reserve your own k to work on. I shared some work from an old sieve with you to introduce you to the project, but that is not normal practice. If you don't want to sieve and work on your own k, reserve files posted in the forum from one of the drives. If you'd like your own k, there are a couple available, though none starting below 700k. There are also k's like 105 that have already been sieved, but little work has been done recently- in effect, you can have your own k, without the setup work.

I don't understand saying "rps is not responding", when I replied to your original question, and never saw any other questions. This forum is more than just kosmaj!
-Curtis[/QUOTE]
oh i see, i thought these k's were being handled differently because of high priority. never mind then, i'll stick with the work curtis gave me.

when i said rps is not responding i was refering to a pm exchange with kosmaj. what i was confused about is why everything about those k's seems so crazy and secretive.

 Cruelty 2008-09-27 19:27

[QUOTE=Buzzo;143944]what i was confused about is why everything about those k's seems so crazy and secretive.[/QUOTE]Well, we don't like it either, but we were forced to do it by [URL="http://primes.utm.edu/bios/page.php?id=534"]Mr Benson's[/URL] behaviour :sad:

 VBCurtis 2008-09-28 05:03

Buzzo-
Those of us who took NPLB's reservation personally may consider the k's we reserved high priority, but that's no reason for you to get sucked in to that debate. We have dozens of cores available for our purposes, and no need to involve others in our reservations for what is possibly repeated work.

Nice of you to be willing to help!
-Curtis

 em99010pepe 2008-09-28 06:11

[quote=Cruelty;143947]Well, we don't like it either, but we were forced to do it by [URL="http://primes.utm.edu/bios/page.php?id=534"]Mr Benson's[/URL] behaviour :sad:[/quote]

I don't understand when RPS is behaving like Benson when it concerns to NPLB drive #4.
And please don't delete my post.

 Cruelty 2008-09-28 06:33

[QUOTE=em99010pepe;143979]I don't understand when RPS is behaving like Benson when it concerns to NPLB drive #4. [/quote] Actually some time ago you congratulated him on his effort and encouraged him even further... right now when it happens to you, you don't seem so happy about it...

 em99010pepe 2008-09-28 07:57

[quote=Cruelty;143981]Actually some time ago you congratulated him on his effort and encouraged him even further... right now when it happens to you, you don't seem so happy about it...[/quote]

So do you agree what RPS is doing?
The difference between Benson and NPLB is that the latter exposed here what was gong to do.
I am very happy.

 Cruelty 2008-09-28 10:46

[QUOTE=em99010pepe;143985]So do you agree what RPS is doing?
The difference between Benson and NPLB is that the latter exposed here what was gong to do.
I am very happy.[/QUOTE]To start, I don't think that what NPLB did was right... however every action is usually followed by re-action... therefore don't complain about what RPS did to you - first try to think about what you did to RPS and why you did it...

 em99010pepe 2008-09-28 11:00

I though deep and decided to join Benson's efforts...lol

 AES 2008-09-29 03:27

[quote=em99010pepe;143991]I though deep and decided to join Benson's efforts...lol[/quote]

You represent NPLB very well. Keep up the good work. And, good luck.

 Kosmaj 2008-10-07 15:05

Reserving k=239 from 600k.

 VBCurtis 2008-10-17 03:56

179 is complete to 1M and unreserved. No primes were found.
-Curtis

 Kosmaj 2008-10-19 10:45

k=239 tested in the 600-1010k range, no primes found.

Continuing to 1.3M or more.

 Kosmaj 2008-10-21 05:13

k=175, 215, and 229 completed in the 656-1000k range, and released.

Found primes:
215 714542 (confirmed)
229 715459 (amphoria)
229 969073 (amphoria)
215 999170 (me)

Thanks to amphoria and other friends of RPS who helped with testing!

 amphoria 2008-10-21 17:08

k=115, 185 and 227 complete in the 656-1000k range, one prime found (115 830103).

K=115 and 185 are released. Continuing with k=227.

Help gratefully received from several friends of RPS.

 VBCurtis 2008-10-23 05:48

149 is complete to 1M.

Reserving 41 and 43 for work up to 1.7M.
-Curtis

 kar_bon 2008-10-23 09:13

k=209 completed to 1.0M and unreserving

 VBCurtis 2008-10-28 07:25

11 is complete to 1.6M (4 cores).
45 is complete to 1.3M (4 cores).
93 is complete to 1.15M (one core to 1.2M)
93 will be released at 1.2M- it is open for reservation from that point onward.
All are still in progress.
-Curtis

 amphoria 2008-10-29 18:32

k=165 complete to n=1M. Primes found at 840038 and 889902.

Releasing this k.

 arminius 2008-10-31 19:28

k=49

k=49 complete to n=1.4M. Releasing this k.
Send all my (sieving) datas to kosmaj.
a.

 kar_bon 2008-11-18 10:03

k=297

at n=761k, no new primes

 sjtjung 2008-11-21 21:27

k=31

31 has been tested up to 1.3M, and no new primes found.

-Steven

 Happy5214 2008-11-21 23:06

k=37

Hi, I'm Happy5214.

I don't know if Kosmaj mentioned this to you, but back in March, I reserved k=37 n>800K. I have finally started work on it. It will be hosted on my personal forums at my website. The sieve post will be added to that forum.

Website: [URL="http://happy5214.no-ip.org"]happy5214.no-ip.org[/URL]

Work: Sieving n=800-900K

Thanks

-Happy5214

 Kosmaj 2008-11-22 08:56

Happy,

k=37 is already tested to 1M.
Let me know if you want to pursue higher ranges or switch to another k.

 Happy5214 2008-11-22 15:27

[SIZE=1]It would have been nice to know that before I did all that sieving.

[SIZE=2]Yeah, I will pursue higher ranges. Sieving 1-1.5M.

-Happy5214
[/SIZE][/SIZE]

 VBCurtis 2008-12-03 22:44

Updates on the k's sieved by Cruelty and handed down to me:
109 800k
131 735k
141 800k
221 860k
281 735k

Steven has taken over testing k=221 from me- like Cruelty, I plan to find a prime for each k and then hand it off to someone else.

Buzzodan searched these k's in 765-800k range, and is continuing to assist with some of the k's above 800,000. I am actively searching 131 and 281 (and 211, which he also did on 765-800) to close the gap to his completed range.
Once again, thanks to Cruelty for providing a file sieved to 50T.
-Curtis

 Thomas11 2008-12-09 11:33

k=29

k=29 has been tested up to n=2M now. No new primes found.

 amphoria 2008-12-09 19:18

k=81

k=81 complete to n=1.34M. Releasing this k now.

I have a sieve file up to n=2M sieved to p=30T if anyone would like continue with this k.

 Happy5214 2008-12-15 22:31

k=37, 19

Hi, it's me.

k=37 tested to n=1011K, no primes found.

Reserving k=19, will start when k=37 catches up to n=1206K.

Thomas, it says on the stat page that k=29 has been released. Excuse me if I missed something earlier, but did you actually release that?

-Alexander Jones

 VBCurtis 2008-12-24 22:11

415 complete to 555k. Prime found at 548359, reported Monday by Gary. Alas, I was on vacation and unable to report it myself.

I am continuing with this k after a sizable break- the machine running it died, and it took me quite a few months to recover the data from it (including sieves for 405 and 415). Work on 405 will continue from 600k after some more sieving.

-Curtis

 kar_bon 2009-01-05 12:48

k=297 at n=813k

reserving k=251 from n=805k on

 Cruelty 2009-01-09 22:32

Status report

k=25 continuously tested till n=2.08M
k=59 continuously tested till n=2.23M
k=101 continuously tested till n=1.83M
k=151 continuously tested till n=1.83M
k=233 continuously tested till n=1.13M
k=283 continuously tested till n=1.13M
k=299 continuously tested till n=1.13M

I am still working on those :flex:

 VBCurtis 2009-01-10 09:50

I have many gaps to fill in the next few weeks, but here are some up to date ranges:
13 complete to 1.8M (was 1.6M).
43 complete to 1325k (was 1000k)
127 complete to 2.0M (was 1.85M)
-Curtis

 amphoria 2009-01-10 10:35

k=67 is now continuously tested to n=1.76M. I am still working on this k.

 amphoria 2009-01-10 10:40

k=81

As well as the range previously published, I have also tested this k in the range n=1600-1655k.

As previously stated I am no longer working on this k, but have a sieve file to n=2M if anyone is interested.

 Kosmaj 2009-01-10 13:15

Our k<300 stats page is back online [URL="http://www.15k.org/riesellist.html"]here[/URL]!

It includes all found primes and achieved limits of continuously tested ranges. I'll post other completed ranges beyond these limits on a separate page. Limits of k=23 and of some Ks reserved by Adam (AES) are most likely not up to date, but these are the only ones I have.

 Kosmaj 2009-01-10 13:45

Other completed ranges in the 5 <= k <= 101 range of Ks is given [URL="http://www.15k.org/RPSotherRanges.html"]here[/URL].

These are mostly ranges kindly provided by Peter, with addition of those completed by us. Ranges below continuously tested limit (n max) are removed for clarity.

A few notes:
k=9, AES did more tests in the 1.33-1.43M range but I don't have them right now.
k=23, SlashDude did tests at least to 2M, but the last report I got from him was at n=1.5M.
k=27, 12121 (Justin) did more tests for n>1614k. Details can be found on their [URL="http://12121.vocabulate.com/27k/"]home page[/URL].
k=73, I think somebody did megabit tests but cannot find the details right now.
k=95 is the only k<100 not completed to 1M. I did tests to 960k, and I'm continuing from Peter's limit at 969k now.

Let me know if you find any errors, or missing ranges.

 Kosmaj 2009-01-10 14:05

I'd like to suggest that for k<100 from now on, when making a reservation, we specify (at least roughly) the range of the exponent (n) we want to test. Here are my top picks:
k=7, 2210-2366k
k=35, 1465-1550k
k=79, 1020-1090k
k=91, 1030-1070k

Everything else, although currently reserved by me, I'm willing to share.

To [B]pb[/B]:
Please select Ks and ranges you would like to test besides your k=5 reservation. We have presieved files for many k<100 (various sieving depths). At the lower end I can suggest k=51, 57, 61, 65, 69, and 87 from n=1M. We are actually planning to start a drive to test them. k=63, 95, and 97 can be added too.

 AES 2009-01-10 19:44

k=33, complete to n=1900000
k=71, complete to n=1976000

 gd_barnes 2009-01-11 03:15

k=289 is reserved by me and is being double-checked up to n=800K. It is now complete to n=760K with no problems found. It is currently paused for 1 more week for work on another effort.

k=157 is no longer reserved by Max (Anon).

k=147 is complete by Max to 797K.

k=3 is no longer reserved by the 321 project. It is reserved by Primegrid.

k=1 is now fully complete to n=21.467M.

You might change all occurrences of "Anon" to "Max".

These changes are already reflected on Karsten's k<300 page. You might want to check your ranges and reservations there for updates to your 15k.org page.

It's nice to see everything opened back up again! :smile:

Gary

 Kosmaj 2009-01-11 04:24

I updated our [URL="http://www.15k.org/riesellist.html"]k<300 stats page[/URL] with latest reports.

Anon found two k=157 primes but never reported his progress. And what happened with your k=139 reservation?

 gd_barnes 2009-01-11 04:40

[quote=Kosmaj;158029]I updated our [URL="http://www.15k.org/riesellist.html"]k<300 stats page[/URL] with latest reports.

Anon found two k=157 primes but never reported his progress. And what happened with your k=139 reservation?[/quote]

We stopped status updates here like everyone else did when you hid your page and started reporting them directly to Karsten. That was the most up-to-date public page until now. Later on after completing those two k's, we started our own thread.

As shown on Karsten's page:

k=139 is at n=800K and unreserved.

k=157 is at n=1M and unreserved.

I suggest that more up-to-date info. be taken from Karsten's page on any other k's. He will probably do the same from your page and hopefully the public will finally have a fully up-to-date k<300 page for Riesel primes.

Edit: You still didn't update the k=1 range. I just now checked here: [URL]http://v5www.mersenne.org/report_milestones/[/URL]. It looks like Karsten's range is now out of date too. It should be n=23.495M.

Gary

 Kosmaj 2009-01-11 04:58

k=1, 139, and 157 updated.

Our page is now more up-to-date than Karsten's.

 gd_barnes 2009-01-11 05:18

[quote=Kosmaj;158034]k=1, 139, and 157 updated.

Our page is now more up-to-date than Karsten's.[/quote]

Thanks! I think I can speak for many of us in saying that we're all greatful to you guys for opening it up and to Peter Benson for reporting his ranges!

It looks like all k<300 is now officially at n>=700K, which was a big part of the reason that I continued the double-check on k=289! :smile:

Karsten, you better get moving on updating your page! :grin:

One more thing that I had mentioned somewhere here previously: NPLB has now double-checked all k=3-31 for n=100K-260K. No problems found. I am also personally double-checking k=31 for n=260K-500K due to the recent missing primes for n=400K-500K. I am currently at n=390K with no problems found with completion expected in about ~1 week on 1 core. After that is done, I'll continue on a few k's at a time. I know this is probably triple-check on some of the ranges but it never hurts.

Gary

 mdettweiler 2009-01-11 05:55

[quote=Kosmaj;158029]I updated our [URL="http://www.15k.org/riesellist.html"]k<300 stats page[/URL] with latest reports.

Anon found two k=157 primes but never reported his progress. And what happened with your k=139 reservation?[/quote]
Hmm...I'm positive that I *did* post a status report on k=157 as complete to n=1M, in this thread to be exact. I even had lresults attached for the entire 500K-1M range. Maybe my post got deleted accidentally?

Gary, I finished k=157 prior to when we first started the k<300 statuses thread over at NPLB, so if it's anywhere, it's in this thread at RPS. That's why I'm confused...because I know I wouldn't have forgotten to make a status post at 1M. If memory serves, I posted it sometime between [url=http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=132630&postcount=180]here[/url] and [URL="http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=139941&postcount=190"]here[/URL]. :confused:

 MooooMoo 2009-01-11 07:54

[QUOTE=Kosmaj;158029]I updated our [URL="http://www.15k.org/riesellist.html"]k<300 stats page[/URL] with latest reports.
[/QUOTE]
I released k=19 a few months ago. Happy5214 is now testing that k.

 amphoria 2009-01-28 20:12

Status

k=67 at n=1980k. Continuing above n=2M.

 Cruelty 2009-01-29 19:14

Status report

k=25 tested till n=2.09M
k=59 tested till n=2.35M
k=101 tested till n=1.85M
k=151 tested till n=1.85M
k=233 tested till n=1.14M
k=283 tested till n=1.14M
k=299 tested till n=1.14M

I am still working on those.

 VBCurtis 2009-01-30 01:49

k=93 complete to 1.2M and released.
-Curtis

 sjtjung 2009-02-12 17:23

k=31 has been tested up to 1350k.
k=207 has been tested up to 845k.
k=221 has been tested up to 1M.

no new primes found

-Steven

 VBCurtis 2009-02-13 02:16

Status

I have filled quite a few gaps:
k=11 1.84M
k=13 1.8M
k=41 1M starting with 2 cores now
k=43 1.34M only small gaps to fill to 1.7M, the end of my reservation
k=45 1.3M
k=99 1.3M
k=109 800k
k=127 2.04M
k=131 800k
k=141 800k Buzzodan assisting
k=197 1.2M Complete and released.
k=201 1.11M
k=211 800k
k=245 800k
k=269 800k Buzzodan assisting
k=281 800k Buzzodan assisting

I am releasing 197 now. I will release 43 complete to 1.7M in a month or so; I have 3 cores filling about 50k in gaps to be complete. The set of 109, 131, 141, 211,245,269,281 will be tested by me until I find a prime, and then I will pass individual k's on to others, as Cruelty did to me.

I believe with this update, every k on the RPS k<300 page is now tested to 800k! I'm working on these to not be last to report 900k complete.
-Curtis

edit: kosmaj has 161 reported to 760k. I'm not last!

 MooooMoo 2009-02-13 02:24

Reserving k=263 (it's currently tested to n=920K)

 Kosmaj 2009-02-13 03:35

okay, I updated our [URL="http://www.15k.org/riesellist.html"]stats page [/URL]accordingly.

Over here, k=95 has been tested to n=1M, and now all k<102 are tested at least to n=1M!

Other Ks:
k=21 at 1075k
k=161 at 770k
k=163 at 820k
k=193 and k=277 at 920k
k=195 at 865k

A few other Ks advanced too, the details are on the stats page.

Regarding team efforts:
k=15 at 1880k
k=17 at 1940k
9 Ks at 825k
6th Drive at 1113k

 VBCurtis 2009-02-13 04:14

Mooomoo-

920k-1M is done to 50T or so, 1M+ is sieving now, at 60T or so.

-Curtis

 Kosmaj 2009-02-13 04:28

A question for sjtjung and Curtis:

K=221 was reserved by Curtis, but sjtjung reported the latest update. Does it mean that he is in charge now?

 VBCurtis 2009-02-13 04:44

Yes. See post #246.
-Curtis

 Cruelty 2009-02-26 08:35

Status report

k=25 tested till n=2.11M
k=59 tested till n=2.51M
k=101 tested till n=1.87M
k=151 tested till n=1.87M
k=233 tested till n=1.17M
k=283 tested till n=1.17M
k=299 tested till n=1.17M

I am still working on those.

 VBCurtis 2009-03-13 20:34

Monthly Status

k=43 complete to 1.53M (was 1.34M)
k=109 complete to 900k (was 800k)
k=141 complete to 900k (was 800k)
k=269 complete to 900k (was 800k)
k=281 complete to 900k (was 800k)
k=415 complete to 750k (was 600k)
Buzzodan tested 141, 269, 281 from 800k to 860k, and sent me the results files.

I am releasing k=141. Adam asked me months ago to forward him the next k from cruelty's batch, so he is reserving 141 from 900k; I sent him the current sieve file.

I plan to have 43 complete to 1.7M by the end of April; I will unreserve it at that time. Anyone is welcome to begin testing k=43 from 1.7M onward.
-Curtis

 amphoria 2009-03-14 10:11

Status

k=67 at 2040k

k=227 at 1150k

Continuing with both of these.

 Cruelty 2009-03-27 18:28

Status report

k=25 tested till n=2.13M
k=59 tested till n=2.66M
k=101 tested till n=1.9M
k=151 tested till n=1.9M
k=233 tested till n=1.19M
k=283 tested till n=1.19M
k=299 tested till n=1.19M

I am still working on those.

 Kosmaj 2009-04-04 04:19

k=7 at 2.25M
k=35 at 1.5M
k=161 at 870k
k=163 at 900k
k=195 at 880k

9 Ks at 855k

The [URL="http://www.15k.org/riesellist.html"]k<300 stats page[/URL] updated with all recent reports.

 sjtjung 2009-04-06 18:03

status update

k=31 is at 1370k
k=207 is at 900k
No work has been done to k=221 (still at 1 M)

-Steven

 kar_bon 2009-04-16 11:51

Status

k=251 at n=1.1M

k=297 at n=849k

 Thomas11 2009-04-16 14:02

status

k=113 is tested up to n=1.5M, stopping and releasing this k.

 Cruelty 2009-04-30 16:38

Status report

k=25 tested till n=2.15M
k=59 tested till n=2.81M
k=101 tested till n=1.94M
k=151 tested till n=1.94M
k=233 tested till n=1.21M
k=283 tested till n=1.21M
k=299 tested till n=1.21M

I am still working on those.

 sjtjung 2009-05-15 03:31

update

k=31 has been tested up to 1510k
k=207 is testing at 925k
k=221 has been tested up to 1050k

-Steven

 AES 2009-05-19 02:15

k=141 to n=1100000
k=103, 143, 167 to n=985000

 VBCurtis 2009-05-28 06:46

k=43 is complete to 1.7M and released. No primes.

I have some gaps to fill in before I can report progress on the other k's. Next month...
-Curtis

 Cruelty 2009-05-31 06:37

Status report

k=25 tested till n=2.17M
k=59 tested till n=2.92M
k=101 tested till n=1.96M
k=151 tested till n=1.96M
k=233 tested till n=1.23M
k=283 tested till n=1.23M
k=299 tested till n=1.23M

I am still working on those.

 Kosmaj 2009-05-31 08:37

Our [URL="http://www.15k.org/riesellist.html"]k*2^n-1 stats page[/URL] is now updated with all latest reports, including
k=21 at 1090k
k=161 at 880k
k=195 at 920k

9 Ks at 886k

k=17 and 6th drive Ks also updated.

 AES 2009-06-10 13:38

k=103, 143, 167 to n=1100000

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