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gd_barnes 2009-04-09 04:29

Mini-drive for k=3010-3200 n=420259-600000
 
[COLOR=black][FONT=Verdana]This is an informal mini-drive for k=3010-3200 and n=420259-600000 except for k=3045 and k=3135 and some small n-ranges already tested; 93 k's total.[/FONT][/COLOR]

[COLOR=black][FONT=Verdana]Chris (Flatlander) started the effort for n=400K-500K and has sent me his sieved file with what is remaining to test. He had already tested some n-ranges within the file that he sent so there are some testing gaps within the posted files. Sieve depth is P=30T.[/FONT][/COLOR]

This drive will be mostly be run with manually reserved files only. We do want to make sure that we stay ahead of the 5000th place prime with this effort so if it looks like it will fall behind, we will load some ranges into a server.

Software: This drive requires using the manual LLR program. It can be downloaded from:
[URL]http://www.noprimeleftbehind.net/crus/primebehindprogs.zip[/URL]

[FONT=Verdana][COLOR=black]LLR - Double click on the green file icon, choose 'Test Input', key in your sieved file name, the name of the file that you would like it to write primes to, and line 1, and press OK. Primes will be in the file you specified and it will write an 'lresults.txt' file that shows details about the search.[/COLOR][/FONT]

If you elect to utilize more than 1 core just copy the files to a different folder. Each iteration of LLR MUST be in a separate folder.

IMPORTANT note: Please post your reservations, statuses, completions [B]and primes[/B] in this thread. Because this is completely outside of our usual drives, it is preferred that we don't mix the primes and results in with those threads.

Please post all results files in this thread or send them to me at: gbarnes017 at gmail dot com. As usual, all top-5000 primes should be reported with a project ID of 'NPLB'.

[FONT=Verdana][COLOR=black]83 new primes found for k=3010-3200 mini-drive:[/COLOR][/FONT]
[code]
Prime found by
3181*2^599097-1 Sloth
3061*2^597939-1 Sloth
3189*2^594128-1 Sloth
3151*2^587141-1 Sloth
3131*2^586594-1 Sloth
3177*2^576110-1 gamer007
3167*2^573796-1 kar_bon
3101*2^573418-1 kar_bon
3143*2^573392-1 kar_bon
3173*2^571474-1 gamer007
3159*2^570172-1 Sloth
3029*2^569184-1 Sloth
3017*2^563744-1 Sloth
3025*2^561697-1 Sloth
3111*2^557495-1 Sloth
3167*2^555998-1 Sloth
3113*2^549324-1 Sloth
3199*2^546295-1 Sloth
3019*2^545149-1 Sloth
3199*2^544641-1 Sloth
3169*2^543829-1 Sloth
3129*2^543297-1 Sloth
3195*2^542917-1 Sloth
3035*2^533306-1 gd_barnes
3015*2^532433-1 gd_barnes
3047*2^531474-1 gd_barnes
3055*2^531405-1 kar_bon
3111*2^529335-1 gd_barnes
3143*2^529222-1 kar_bon
3015*2^528086-1 gd_barnes
3089*2^525108-1 gamer007
3065*2^525000-1 gamer007
3189*2^524796-1 gamer007
3123*2^522842-1 gamer007
3125*2^518126-1 gamer007
3017*2^517810-1 gamer007
3177*2^513073-1 gamer007
3085*2^511267-1 gamer007
3199*2^511003-1 gamer007
3133*2^504567-1 gamer007
3017*2^504374-1 gamer007
3053*2^498178-1 kar_bon
3177*2^497296-1 gamer007
3069*2^493815-1 gamer007
3147*2^492777-1 gamer007
3035*2^491994-1 kar_bon
3177*2^491485-1 kar_bon
3189*2^485363-1 kar_bon
3061*2^484337-1 kar_bon
3175*2^483315-1 gamer007
3157*2^482157-1 gamer007
3175*2^481131-1 kar_bon
3063*2^479028-1 gamer007
3075*2^478329-1 kar_bon
3019*2^477247-1 gamer007
3195*2^473205-1 gamer007
3063*2^471902-1 gamer007
3079*2^469177-1 kar_bon
3143*2^466642-1 gamer007
3021*2^464630-1 kar_bon
3063*2^464450-1 kar_bon
3021*2^464037-1 kar_bon
3033*2^464028-1 kar_bon
3071*2^464006-1 kar_bon
3177*2^460902-1 gamer007
3029*2^460132-1 gamer007
3031*2^457365-1 gamer007
3157*2^457345-1 gamer007
3165*2^454529-1 Mini-Geek
3027*2^454012-1 Mini-Geek
3117*2^450970-1 kar_bon
3189*2^449543-1 gamer007
3113*2^447680-1 gamer007
3155*2^445682-1 mdettweiler
3151*2^443471-1 mdettweiler
3125*2^442872-1 mdettweiler
3087*2^440644-1 mdettweiler
3021*2^439262-1 mdettweiler
3087*2^436797-1 mdettweiler
3127*2^434285-1 Svenie25
3023*2^433948-1 gamer007
3183*2^430554-1 gamer007
3141*2^423703-1 gamer007
[/code][FONT=Verdana][COLOR=black]13 Primes previously found by Chris:[/COLOR][/FONT]
[code]
Prime
3075*2^419934-1
3093*2^419842-1
3139*2^415801-1
3027*2^414054-1
3151*2^414025-1
3183*2^411820-1
3195*2^411225-1
3125*2^405324-1
3117*2^404826-1
3091*2^404441-1
3171*2^404431-1
3153*2^400790-1
3023*2^400538-1
[/code][COLOR=black][FONT=Verdana]Status:[/FONT][/COLOR]
[code]
n-range tested by Status # primes 96 found
580.0K-600.0K Sloth PRPnet complete 5
575.0K-580.0K gamer007 complete 1
573.0K-575.0K kar_bon complete 3
571.0K-573.0K gamer007 complete 1
561.0K-571.0K Sloth PRPnet complete 4
560.0K-561.0K gamer007 complete 0
555.0K-560.0K Sloth PRPnet complete 2
554.0K-555.0K RTHome complete 0
553.0K-554.0K Sloth PRPnet complete 0
550.0K-553.0K gamer007 complete 0
542.0K-550.0K Sloth PRPnet complete 7
540.0K-542.0K gamer007 complete 0
531.0K-540.0K gd_barnes PRPnet complete 4
530.0K-531.0K gamer007 complete 0
526.0K-530.0K gd_barnes PRPnet complete 3
524.0K-526.0K gamer007 complete 3
523.0K-524.0K grueny complete 0
517.0K-523.0K gamer007 complete 3
516.0K-517.0K Svenie25 complete 0
504.0K-516.0K gamer007 complete 5
502.0K-504.0K kar_bon complete 0
500.0K-502.0K mdettweiler complete 0
499.0K-500.0K gamer007 complete 0
498.0K-499.0K kar_bon complete 1
496.0K-498.0K gamer007 complete 1
495.0K-496.0K kar_bon complete 0
492.0K-495.0K gamer007 complete 2
491.0K-492.0K kar_bon complete 2
490.0K-491.0K gamer007 complete 0
489.0K-490.0K kar_bon complete 0
486.0K-489.0K gamer007 complete 0
484.0K-486.0K kar_bon complete 2
482.0K-484.0K gamer007 complete 2
480.0K-482.0K kar_bon complete 1
479.0K-480.0K gamer007 complete 1
478.0K-479.0K kar_bon complete 1
475.0K-478.0K gamer007 complete 1
474.0K-475.0K kar_bon complete 0
471.0K-474.0K gamer007 complete 2
469.0K-471.0K kar_bon complete 1
466.0K-469.0K gamer007 complete 1
464.0K-466.0K kar_bon complete 5
460.0K-464.0K gamer007 complete 2
458.0K-460.0K kar_bon complete 0
456.0K-458.0K gamer007 complete 2
454.0K-456.0K Mini-Geek complete 2
453.0K-454.0K kar_bon complete 0
451.0K-453.0K gamer007 complete 0
450.0K-451.0K kar_bon complete 1
447.0K-450.0K gamer007 complete 2
446.0K-447.0K MyDogBuster complete 0
436.0K-446.0K mdettweiler complete 6
434.0K-436.0K Svenie25 complete 1
433.0K-434.0K gamer007 complete 1
432.0K-433.0K PRPnet (G2000) complete* 0
431.0K-432.0K Svenie25 complete 0
430.4K-431.0K gamer007 complete 1
430.0K-430.4K Flatlander complete 0
429.0K-430.0K gamer007 complete 0
428.0K-429.0K PRPnet (G2000) complete* 0
426.0K-428.0K Svenie25 complete 0
425.4K-426.0K gamer007 complete 0
425.0K-425.4K Flatlander complete 0
421.7K-425.0K gamer007 complete 1
421.0K-421.7K Flatlander complete 0
420.2K-421.0K gamer007 complete 0
400.0K-420.2K Flatlander complete 13
[/code]Files:
All reserved! :smile: The drive is complete. Thanks to all who participated!

* Double-checked by gd_barnes.

There are no previously found primes above those which Chris already found.


[FONT=Verdana]Gary[/FONT]

gamer007 2009-04-09 05:01

I'll reserve:
420.2K-421K
421.7K-422K

There's a split in between, and most of the other files have 1K to go through. With the 2 files I get around what the other files should have. Hopefully no one minds. :smile:

EDIT: Since you say to post results files here, do you mean the 'lresults.txt' file? (Still a bit new here.)

gd_barnes 2009-04-09 05:03

[quote=gamer007;168575]I'll reserve:
420.2K-421K
421.7K-422K

There's a split in between, and most of the other files have 1K to go through. With the 2 files I get around what the files should have. Hoepfully no one minds. :)[/quote]


Wow, that was quick. :smile: You are correct and that works.

gd_barnes 2009-04-09 05:20

[quote=gamer007;168575]
EDIT: Since you say to post results files here, do you mean the 'lresults.txt' file? (Still a bit new here.)[/quote]


That is correct...the lresults.txt file. You can either attach it to a post here or if they are too big for posting (small size restriction), you can Email them to me as shown in the 1st post here.


Gary

MyDogBuster 2009-04-09 06:01

[QUOTE](Still a bit new here.) [/QUOTE]

You seem to be picking things up quite nicely. Remember, help is only a post away.

gamer007 2009-04-09 06:44

[quote]3199*2^420259-1 is not prime. Res64: AC3E8CD0F9A00424 Time : 231.126 sec.
[B]The server refused your new result :
either someone else computed it already,
either the server is now configured to
work on other numbers.[/B]
3023*2^420260-1 is not prime. Res64: C0E0381B0324C976 Time : 248.951 sec.
[B]The server refused your new result :
either someone else computed it already,
either the server is now configured to
work on other numbers.[/B]
[/quote]

I just started the search since I had some work queued. Then I noticed this in the console. Is this normal?

mdettweiler 2009-04-09 07:09

[quote=gamer007;168589]I just started the search since I had some work queued. Then I noticed this in the console. Is this normal?[/quote]
Oh, it looks like you're running these through the LLRnet client. Since this is non-LLRNet work, you should run it through the manual LLR program instead--and you'll pick up about a 5% speed boost to boot (which is due to the LLRnet client being based on a slightly older version of LLR). :grin:

You can get LLR at the following links:

Windows (GUI): [URL]http://jpenne.free.fr/llr3/llr371c.zip[/URL]
Windows (command-line): [URL]http://jpenne.free.fr/llr3/cllr371c.zip[/URL]
Linux (dynamically linked): [URL]http://jpenne.free.fr/llr3/llr371clinux.zip[/URL]
Linux (statically linked): [URL]http://jpenne.free.fr/llr3/llr371cslinux.zip[/URL]
Mac OS X (Intel): [URL]http://jpenne.free.fr/llr3/llr371cmac.zip[/URL]

If you're running Windows, you probably want the GUI version. The command-line Windows version, as well as the Linux and Mac versions, run only from the command line, and thus can be slightly less user-friendly but are useful if you're using LLR as part of a script. (Of course, if you're running Linux or Mac you'll need to use the command-line version regardless since there isn't a GUI version available for those OSes.)

Assuming you're using the Windows GUI version, you can proceed as follows to run your range:

1. Download the program and extract it to a new folder.
2. Plop your file you downloaded from this thread in the same folder.
3. Run LLR.exe.
4. Choose "Input Data" from the Test menu.
5. In the dialog box that appears, enter the following information:
[U]Input file (from NewPGEN):[/U] [I](the name of the file you got from this thread)[/I]
[U]Output file:[/U] primes.txt
[U]Starting line number:[/U] 1
6. Now click OK. You should see LLR's console output some messages indicating that it's started the first test. If it doesn't, click Test>Continue. (If it's already running, "Continue" will show up as "Stop" instead, so if you're not sure if it's actually running, that will tell you.)

Minimizing the window will send it down to the system tray. The tray icon will show green when LLR is running, or red when it's idle (such as after it's finished its current range). Double-click on the icon to make it come back up again.

When your range is complete, zip up lresults.txt and either attach it to a post here reporting completion of your range, or, if it's too big to attach here, then simply post completion here and email it to Gary at the email address provided in the first post of this thread. After doing this, you'll want to either delete or rename lresults.txt so as to not get it mixed up with results from any further ranges.

If you need to stop the program, simply close it (using the close button, or Text>Exit, or right-clicking on the tray icon and choosing Exit). It will automatically save its current state and exit. It automatically saves its state every 30 minutes in case it's interrupted unexpectedly. (You can change how often it saves its state in Options>Preferences. I'm pretty sure the minimum is 10 minutes, which is what I have mine set to.)

There are a couple other handy little options you can configure, such as Options>Start at Bootup (which installs, or uninstalls if it's already installed, LLR as a system service set to run at bootup). Also, the Options>Preferences box contains some other options such as "Iterations between screen output"--for example, you may want to set that to 1000 iterations if you want more frequent status updates on screen.

Hope this helps! :smile:

Max :smile:

P.S.: Oh, I almost forgot to mention about how to run the Linux, Mac, and Windows CLI clients. Essentially it's the same as with the GUI, except that you need to run the program as "./llr -m" to get a menu which shows all of the GUI's options in a phone-menu like display. (That is, "press 1 for Test>Input Data"...you get the picture. :wink:) From the menu you can run Test>Continue to run the program, or exit the menu and run the program again as "./llr -d" to simply set it running on its current workload without displaying the menu. Simply running it as "./llr" is similar to with the -d option, except that its console output is silent (i.e. no onscreen progress updates).

P.P.S.: For a multicore system (regardless of OS), simply set up multiple directories containing separate copies of LLR, extract separate sieve files to each, and run them all individually.

P.P.P.S.: If you want to concatenate more than one file to run together on the same core, you can join two files together. However, make sure that they both have the same header line (the first line of the sieve file that looks like 4000000000000:M:1:2:258), and be sure to remove any additional such lines except the first one.

gamer007 2009-04-09 07:29

Thanks for your help, mdettweiler.

I knew I would mess up somewhere. Looks like it's running smoothly now. :smile:

MyDogBuster 2009-04-09 07:40

[QUOTE]I knew I would mess up somewhere. Looks like it's running smoothly now. :smile: [/QUOTE]

Don't feel bad. We all have gotten that message at one time or another.

gamer007 2009-04-09 21:53

If it's alright, I would like to reserve:

422K-423K
423K-424K

This would keep my Q6600 fully loaded with NPLB (Currently running PrimeGrid on 2 cores) :smile:

gd_barnes 2009-04-09 22:07

[quote=gamer007;168684]If it's alright, I would like to reserve:

422K-423K
423K-424K

This would keep my Q6600 fully loaded with NPLB (Currently running PrimeGrid on 2 cores) :smile:[/quote]

Not a problem. It's OK to reserve whatever you can complete in < about a month.

Just to confirm: Are you running on a Windows machine? If so, do you see the little green LLR square on the bottom right of your screen for each occurrence of LLR that is running? As Max stated, when that turns red, then the range is done.

I'm not sure if it was mentioned or not, although you probably figured it out already: It's best to run each occurrence of LLR from a separate directory (folder). As a general rule, that applies to any software that you would use for our project: LLRnet, manual LLR, sr(x)sieve, etc.


Gary

gamer007 2009-04-09 22:13

[quote=gd_barnes;168687]Just to confirm: Are you running on a Windows machine? If so, do you see the little green LLR square on the bottom right of your screen for each occurrence of LLR that is running? As Max stated, when that turns red, then the range is done.

I'm not sure if it was mentioned or not, although you probably figured it out already: It's best to run each occurrence of LLR from a separate directory (folder). As a general rule, that applies to any software that you would use for our project: LLRnet, manual LLR, sr(x)sieve, etc.


Gary[/quote]

Running Windows 7, each occurence has its own icon. So far they're all running good. No primes yet, hopefully soon.

gd_barnes 2009-04-10 05:25

[quote=gamer007;168688]Running Windows 7, each occurence has its own icon. So far they're all running good. No primes yet, hopefully soon.[/quote]

Very good.

For the n-range that you are running on a sieve to P=4T, on average, you should get 1 prime for every 5647 tests. With 10704 tests in the files that you reserved, you should get close to a total of 2 primes.

Of course you could get none or 5 or 6. Good luck! :smile:


Gary

gamer007 2009-04-12 19:45

1 Attachment(s)
421.7K-422K is done. No primes.
Results uploaded.

Now reserving 424K-425K.

gamer007 2009-04-16 16:01

1 Attachment(s)
420.2K-421K is now completed, no primes.
Results uploaded.

EDIT: Reserving 425.4K-426K

gamer007 2009-04-21 06:43

Looks like I found a prime!
423K-424K:

4000000000000:M:1:2:258
[B]3141 423703[/B]

MyDogBuster 2009-04-21 07:06

[quote]
Looks like I found a prime!
423K-424K:

4000000000000:M:1:2:258
[B]3141 423703[/B]
[/quote]

The first post doesn't look bleak anymore. Nice job. :tu:
BTW the files go all the way to n=500K so there should be plenty more primes here.

IronBits 2009-04-21 07:25

[B]Schweet!!![/B] :tu: :smile:
[QUOTE=gamer007;170305]Looks like I found a prime![/QUOTE]

Svenie25 2009-04-21 16:19

Okay, it is realy an iteresting testingfield. Will give it a first try with the ranges of 426k-427k and 427k-428k. But it is also a test, how long such a range will take on my box.

Edit says: Looks quiet good. Tested 4 canditates, 180 sec for each, will give 90 sec on C2D. ;) Starting the search immediately after finishing my TPS-Sieve.

MyDogBuster 2009-04-21 18:01

[QUOTE]

Okay, it is realy an iteresting testingfield. Will give it a first try with the ranges of 426k-427k and 427k-428k. But it is also a test, how long such a range will take on my box.[/QUOTE]

With about 3500 test's per file, you are looking at about a week utilizing only 1 core at 180 sec per. Half that for 90 sec per.

Have fun. gamer needed some competition

Svenie25 2009-04-21 18:07

[quote=MyDogBuster;170377]With about 3500 test's per file, you are looking at about a week utilizing only 1 core at 180 sec per. Half that for 90 sec per.

Have fun. gamer needed some competition[/quote]

Think so, too. And competition is good for business. :)
I also calculated one week. Hopefully it will not be finished before sunday evenning, because from thursday until then, I have no access to my little machine.

gamer007 2009-04-21 22:13

Awesome, more people. :)

Thought this would be a single effort by me. Nice to see someone join it. Welcome to the project!

gd_barnes 2009-04-22 02:48

Lots of new files posted. Come and get 'em when you're ready! :smile:

Svenie25 2009-04-22 10:38

[quote=gamer007;170402]Awesome, more people. :)

Thought this would be a single effort by me. Nice to see someone join it. Welcome to the project![/quote]

I can´t get you all the honor for the primes found here alone. Together we will find a lot of them. I´m sure. :wink: Maybe, someone else joins here in future.

[quote=gd_barnes;170437]Lots of new files posted. Come and get 'em when you're ready! :smile:[/quote]

Okay, first 2 files are running since around 0500 GMT. ETA ~1 week. Box is doing 40 tests per hour, so we will see.

Svenie25 2009-04-22 18:34

If there should be really a reportable prime :wink:, the tag for the proof-code is also "PrimeSearch, srsieve" and "LLR"?

MyDogBuster 2009-04-22 18:50

[QUOTE]I can´t get you all the honor for the primes found here alone. Together we will find a lot of them. I´m sure. :wink: Maybe, someone else joins here in future.[/QUOTE]

I'm sure if you guys start finding primes, others will show up. There like a magnet. In the mean time, I need some primes to post in the 1st post.:smile:

Svenie25 2009-04-22 18:54

[quote=MyDogBuster;170591]I'm sure if you guys start finding primes, others will show up. There like a magnet. In the mean time, I need some primes to post in the 1st post.:smile:[/quote]

Hopefully there is such a nest like today at the automated drives. That would be fun. :smile:

gamer007 2009-04-22 19:25

[quote=Svenie25;170589]If there should be really a reportable prime :wink:, the tag for the proof-code is also "PrimeSearch, srsieve" and "LLR"?[/quote]

Looks like "PrimeSearch" is now "NPLB".

MyDogBuster 2009-04-22 21:24

[quote]Hopefully there is such a nest like today at the automated drives. That would be fun. :smile:
[/quote]Clusters are hard to predict but just because you guys are doing it manually
doesn't mean it can't happen. There are 92 k's in this run. The port 8000 run has 500k's, so they had a better chance for a nice run, but I've seen stranger things happen. I've had manual files about this size where I found 3 or 4 primes in it. Ya just never know.

gd_barnes 2009-04-23 00:19

[quote=MyDogBuster;170610]Clusters are hard to predict but just because you guys are doing it manually
doesn't mean it can't happen. There are 92 k's in this run. The port 8000 run has 500k's, so you they had a better chance for a nice run, but I've seen stranger things happen. I've had manual files about this size where I found 3 or 4 primes in it. Ya just never know.[/quote]

To be a nit pick: It's actually 93 k's in this run -and- port 8000 has 300 k's.

As for the run on port 8000 this morning: I believe that was the single greatest run we've ever had within such a small n-range for such large tests. The new folks got to see a gem! :smile:

Svenie25 2009-04-23 06:29

Short update before I got to leave my main box for the week end. ~1000 tests done over both files. No prime found so far.
Maybe I set my old box at home at port 9000 or so for the weekend.

gamer007 2009-04-23 09:46

422K-423K is finished. No primes.
Results file is too big, so it's been emailed. :smile:

EDIT: Reserving 430.4K-431K.

gamer007 2009-04-24 05:04

423K-424K is completed. The lone prime has been reported already.
Results are too big, so it's being emailed again.

EDIT: I hope the files are going through. Reviewing the email, Gmail states the files are 102KB, but upon downloading them from Gmail, they're the proper size (both are close to ~275KB).

MyDogBuster 2009-04-24 06:23

[QUOTE]EDIT: I hope the files are going through. Reviewing the email, Gmail states the files are 102KB, but upon downloading them from Gmail, they're the proper size (both are close to ~275KB).[/QUOTE]

I've sent files thru gmail that were 10mb zipped to Gary and it works.
He will let you know if he doesn't get them.

Svenie25 2009-04-24 10:48

[QUOTE]As usual, all top-5000 primes should be reported with a project ID of 'NPLB'.[/QUOTE]
What about "srsieve"? Should we use this tag also?

Flatlander 2009-04-24 11:18

Yes, I used srsieve for sieving. So please include that in the proof code. :smile:

Svenie25 2009-04-24 12:36

Okay, will do so, if I find a prime. ;)

MyDogBuster 2009-04-24 20:49

The instructions in this thread are up to date about entering a prime.

[url]http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=11246[/url]

gamer007 2009-04-26 15:52

New prime within 430.4K-431K: [B]3183*2^430554-1[/B]

Svenie25 2009-04-26 16:55

Just back from home. ~4300 Test done. No prime so far.

Congrats gamer to the new prime.

MyDogBuster 2009-04-26 17:07

[QUOTE]New prime within 430.4K-431K: [B]3183*2^430554-1[/B][/QUOTE]

Nice one gamer. Chris stopped just a bit too soon on that range.

mdettweiler 2009-04-27 17:07

Reserving 428K-429K for PRPnet G2000 (a beta test server which I will announce in more detail shortly). :smile:

henryzz 2009-04-27 17:09

[quote=mdettweiler;171171]Reserving 428K-429K for PRPnet G2000 (a beta test server which I will announce in more detail shortly). :smile:[/quote]
just make sure it doesnt use a buggy version of phrot

mdettweiler 2009-04-27 17:26

[quote=henryzz;171172]just make sure it doesnt use a buggy version of phrot[/quote]
That shouldn't be a problem for this server--since it will be doing k*2^n-1 numbers, it will just use LLR anyway. :smile:

gamer007 2009-04-28 00:30

424K-425K is complete. :smile:
Unforunately no primes. Results emailed.

Svenie25 2009-04-28 14:54

Okay ~1000 tests to do over the bothe files. No primes so far. They should be finished some time tomorrow. Should I then go on manually with llr or switch to prp with the new betaserver?
And if I stay, could I delete the lresults.txt then starting with a new file?

MyDogBuster 2009-04-28 15:09

[QUOTE]Okay ~1000 tests to do over the bothe files. No primes so far. They should be finished some time tomorrow. Should I then go on manually with llr or switch to prp with the new betaserver?
And if I stay, could I delete the lresults.txt then starting with a new file? [/QUOTE]

You should start a new lresults.txt file with each new range.

Your choice as to what to run. It's basically a shot in the dark either way.

Mini-Geek 2009-04-28 15:36

[quote=Svenie25;171311]Should I then go on manually with llr or switch to prp with the new betaserver?[/quote]
It's really whatever you want to do, but be aware that PRPnet is still sort of beta and could have problems (e.g. right now on Windows you can't unreserve reservations). Personally, I like doing manual because it's not so boring, plus the number of points of possible failure (which result in idle cores) is greatly reduced with manual. Plus the randomness of whether you'll get a prime or not is quite a bit more orderly, if you get what I mean. Instead of the moment-to-moment randomness of if you'll be handed the prime, you pick the range and if it's there you'll get it. If you have a lot of cores, manual is a much bigger chore, and LLRnet or PRPnet becomes much more attractive. IIRC you've only got 2, like me, so that shouldn't be too hard. But hey it's all up to you, just putting out my opinion. :smile:
One of my old arguments against LLRnet doesn't apply to PRPnet, namely that LLRnet uses an old version of LLR that's several % slower than the new version. This is one of the main things that sparked the development of PRPnet and the thing that sparked NPLB's adoption of it.

gamer007 2009-04-28 16:05

1 Attachment(s)
425.4K-426K has been completed. No primes.
Results uploaded.

Svenie25 2009-04-28 16:10

Thanks a lot for the detailed answer. I think, I will stay at llr, at least for the next week. Your arguments for manual crunching are very good Mini-Geek. I´m thinking about them intensively. And they are very convincingly. :)

gamer007 2009-04-29 03:26

Been fiddling around with PRPNet with 2 cores. But I kinda like manual work so I'm putting one back here.. :smile: Reserving 429K-430K.

Svenie25 2009-04-29 15:09

[FONT=Arial]426K-427K finished. No primes. Resultfile emailed to Gary.[/FONT]

[FONT=Arial]427K-428K will be finished in the next few hours.[/FONT]
[FONT=Arial][/FONT]
[FONT=Arial]Maybe a stupid questions, but are these results counting for the userstats?[/FONT]

MyDogBuster 2009-04-29 15:43

[quote][FONT=Arial]Maybe a stupid questions, but are these results counting for the userstats?[/FONT]
[/quote]Not as of now, but it is being worked on. They will be trying to load all the prior manual result files into the database.

PS: There are no stupid questions, just maybe some questionable answers.

Svenie25 2009-04-29 19:11

Thanks for the answer Ian.

Just completed my range 427K-428K. No primes. Results emailed to Gary.

Svenie25 2009-04-30 14:43

Taking 431K-432K for my homecomputer.

gamer007 2009-04-30 21:27

[quote=gamer007;171338]425.4K-426K has been completed. No primes.
Results uploaded.[/quote]

[quote=gamer007;171469]Been fiddling around with PRPNet with 2 cores. But I kinda like manual work so I'm putting one back here.. :smile: Reserving 429K-430K.[/quote]

Thought I'd bump these posts from a few days ago since it's not updated on the first post.

MyDogBuster 2009-05-01 01:20

[QUOTE]Thought I'd bump these posts from a few days ago since it's not updated on the first post. [/QUOTE]

Thanks for the bump. I just flat missed it.

mdettweiler 2009-05-01 05:44

Reserving 432K-433K for PRPnet G2000. :smile:

gamer007 2009-05-01 07:43

1 Attachment(s)
430.4K-431K is completed. No more primes besides the I posted earlier. Results uploaded.

And reserving 433K-434K.

gd_barnes 2009-05-02 07:22

Note to all folks running the mini-drive:

Running the PRPnet server on this drive has only been a temporary situation for beta testing a new kind of server. After completing the current 2 files, the rest of the drive will revert back to all manual reservations.

I have suggested that we stick with double-checking previous work or do non-top-5000 ranges with the PRPnet server until it is fully tested.


Gary

gd_barnes 2009-05-02 07:28

Thanks for all of the results files everyone. Everything looks good! :smile:

Svenie25 2009-05-03 13:07

431.0K-432.0K
 
547 tests of 3554 tests done. No primes so far. Will go on testing at thursday.

gd_barnes 2009-05-03 14:48

Max,

Did the PRPnet server finish its two ranges? If so, can you process the results to me? No hurry. I just started on the double-check for them yesterday on one core. ETA is slightly under 2 weeks.


Gary

mdettweiler 2009-05-03 21:36

[quote=gd_barnes;172092]Max,

Did the PRPnet server finish its two ranges? If so, can you process the results to me? No hurry. I just started on the double-check for them yesterday on one core. ETA is slightly under 2 weeks.


Gary[/quote]
No, not yet. I'm pretty sure that it's done with the first one but it's definitely not done with the second yet. I've still got to work on some of the infrastructure for processing results (though some of that is on hold until Mark can add to the server the ability to output usernames in the results files). At any rate, it should be done before the doublechecks are done. :smile:

Svenie25 2009-05-08 08:55

Taking 434K-436K for my laptop. (2 files)

gamer007 2009-05-10 07:21

429K-430K is complete. No primes.

Results emailed.

gamer007 2009-05-10 22:07

433K-434K is completed. 1 prime. :smile:
[quote]3023*2^433948-1 is prime! Time : 256.417 sec.[/quote]

I'll be taking a break from NPLB now for a team race, but I'll be back for more of this mini-drive soon. :lol:

Svenie25 2009-05-10 23:18

[QUOTE]1 prime. :smile:[/QUOTE]

Looks like I always get the wrong ranges. ;)

gamer007 2009-05-11 00:26

[quote=Svenie25;173090]Looks like I always get the wrong ranges. ;)[/quote]

There's bound to be some more. We have till 500K. Not to mention I'm not reserving any more ranges for some time. :wink:

And I forgot to say that the results have been emailed to Gary.

gd_barnes 2009-05-12 16:46

I have completed a double-check of the n=428K-429K range now. No primes found. Max, I'll send you the results file sometime on Weds. Max, will you be able to compare the residues from my results with the PRPnet results?

I'm now working on a double-check for n=432K-433K.


Gary

mdettweiler 2009-05-12 17:06

[quote=gd_barnes;173312]I have completed a double-check of the n=428K-429K range now. No primes found. Max, I'll send you the results file sometime on Weds. Max, will you be able to compare the residues from my results with the PRPnet results?

I'm now working on a double-check for n=432K-433K.


Gary[/quote]
I didn't get the chance to process the results yet, though the range is finished. Today I'm planning to do various things with the server, including upgrading it to the latest version of PRPnet, and loading it with the n=260K-300K doublecheck work. I'll process the results while I'm at it and then they'll be all set for me to compare when you send me yours.

Svenie25 2009-05-17 10:19

From the 434k-435k-file:

3127*2^434285-1 is prime. (130737 digits)

My first prime for NPLB and the first for the top5000 since december last year. :smile:

MyDogBuster 2009-05-17 13:40

Nice job Sven. :tu:

gamer007 2009-05-17 19:10

Congrats Svenie. :smile:

henryzz 2009-05-17 20:02

[quote=Svenie25;173886]From the 434k-435k-file:

3127 · 434285-1 is prime. (130737 digits)

My first prime for NPLB and the first for the top5000 since december last year. :smile:[/quote]
congrats
a first prime for a project and your first prime for ~6 months is a joyous moment
i know the feeling i used to have a single core athlon 64(boy was that slow!!!)
my newish(8 months) Q6600 does llr tests 8x as fast(including having 4 cores)
i was jumping around the room for each prime until shortly after i got my quad:smile:

Svenie25 2009-05-17 21:33

Atm there are 4 cores (+1 for a few days per week; 2 of them are my laptop (AMD :no:), not testing all the time). There is every prime a time to party. :fusion:

The desktop C2D is heavy loaded with a individual k(=319). Then it is finished, I will have a look what to do next. A few more files at mini-drive or go on sieving my personal twinsearch at n=666777...

mdettweiler 2009-05-19 17:18

Reserving 436K-446K. :smile:

Svenie25 2009-05-19 17:41

[quote]This drive is low priority and will be run with manually reserved files only. At first, we would request that the reservations only be done by [B]people with less resources[/B] (< ~15 cores). It will give people a good chance to find some top-5000 primes without feeling like they have to be in a hurry to complete them.[/quote]

:wink:

mdettweiler 2009-05-19 17:48

[quote=Svenie25;174193]:wink:[/quote]
Actually, I only have 6 cores total, which is well under the <15 cores stipulation. The reason why I grabbed 10 files at a time is so that I wouldn't have to refill for a while. :smile:

Svenie25 2009-05-19 18:50

Ah kay. At first, 10 files looked very much. :smile:

MyDogBuster 2009-05-19 22:18

There are still files to be posted yet up to 500K so plenty to go around.

gd_barnes 2009-05-20 09:25

Max,

You do know that each file takes about 8-10 CPU days to process, right? Your reservation will keep all of your cores busy for up to 3 weeks if running 24x7. Just thought I'd give you a heads up.

Regardless, it's good to get a few processed here. Maybe we can make a move at RPS again. As of this posting, we were 20 behind, I just submitted one for Lauren, and Ian has one yet to submit.


Gary

mdettweiler 2009-05-20 23:08

[quote=gd_barnes;174287]Max,

You do know that each file takes about 8-10 CPU days to process, right? Your reservation will keep all of your cores busy for up to 3 weeks if running 24x7. Just thought I'd give you a heads up.

Regardless, it's good to get a few processed here. Maybe we can make a move at RPS again. As of this posting, we were 20 behind, I just submitted one for Lauren, and Ian has one yet to submit.


Gary[/quote]
Yes, I'm aware of how long they take. I figured I'd be sticking with the mini-drive for at least that long anyway so I may as well load up. :smile:

gd_barnes 2009-05-23 13:01

The double-check of n=432K-433K is complete. Max, I have Emailed you the results for comparison of the residues with the PRPnet results residues.


Gary

mdettweiler 2009-05-29 03:26

3087*2^436797-1 is prime!

Note: This prime's n-level is *not* indicative of my current progress through this range. :smile: I actually found this prime 5 days ago but forgot to check my personal LLRnet server for primes until today. :rolleyes:

mdettweiler 2009-06-03 17:33

Two more primes :grin::

3021*2^439262-1
3087*2^440644-1

gamer007 2009-06-03 21:34

Dang, you're on a roll. Congrats Max. :smile:
Took a lot less time compared to me to find the same amount of primes.

gd_barnes 2009-06-04 00:06

Excellent. The project has been hurting on primes lately. It's good to see this effort pick up a couple of them.

Svenie25 2009-06-07 05:03

1 Attachment(s)
The two files from 434K to 436K are finished. No other primes as reported.
The other file from 431K to 432K will be finished on friday or saturday next week.

kar_bon: uploaded other zip-format!

Svenie25 2009-06-07 12:37

1 Attachment(s)
A little correction. Get the file done before leaving.

431K-432K done, no primes.

gd_barnes 2009-06-12 08:11

Big news for this drive: I have now posted new files sieved to P=19T in the 1st post here as well as added files up to n=460K. The files were previously sieved to P=4T.

This had the effect of reducing the file sizes by a full 7%. To give you an idea, it removed an average of 240 tests for each n=1000 file that contained about 3500-3600 tests!

The files will get even smaller when we finish our sieving drive up to P=30T but the reduction will not be nearly as much.

Have at it! :smile:


Gary

mdettweiler 2009-06-13 14:35

Three more primes to report :grin::

3125*2^442872-1
3151*2^443471-1
3155*2^445682-1

mdettweiler 2009-06-13 17:41

1 Attachment(s)
I am pleased to announce that I have (finally!) processed the PRPnet G2000 results for 428K-429K and 432K-433K. The residuals have been verified with Gary's doublechecks and they match perfectly. :grin:

Results for 428K-429K and 432K-433K are attached.

Dave, since both the first-pass and doublecheck work have been completed for these ranges, as soon as you're ready to import doublecheck results we can import Gary's doublechecks as doublecheck manual files. (The first-pass results for these ranges have been already imported from the server results files.) In fact, this could be a useful range for debugging later on--say, if we want to verify whether a system for comparing residuals from the DB works. I know for a fact that these ranges' firstpass and doublecheck residuals match, so that can be a useful baseline comparison.

mdettweiler 2009-06-15 00:53

436K-446K complete, 6 primes found and reported. Results emailed to Gary. :smile:

With this range complete, I've decided to take the plunge and switch my personal LLRnet server over to PRPnet. :smile: Since PRPnet allows mixing of various worktypes in one server, this will greatly expand my options for what I can run on my quad (which I don't have continuous access to and thus can only do automatic work). Also, it will give me a great opportunity to catch up on some CRUS work that I've really wanted to do full-throttle for a while. So, I'm going to hold off on reserving another range from this mini-drive for a while, though I do plan on coming back to it (or another drive in this range) eventually.

MyDogBuster 2009-06-17 03:58

Reserving 446K-447K

gd_barnes 2009-06-19 08:24

[quote=Svenie25;176301]The two files from 434K to 436K are finished. No other primes as reported.
The other file from 431K to 432K will be finished on friday or saturday next week.[/quote]


Sven,

I cannot read this n=434K-436K file. Can you post it again with a different compression method? Thanks.


Gary

Svenie25 2009-06-19 14:00

[quote=gd_barnes;178121]Sven,

I cannot read this n=434K-436K file. Can you post it again with a different compression method? Thanks.


Gary[/quote]

Sorry for this. I will do it, but not before sunday. I don´t have access to the box where the files are located.


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