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 gd_barnes 2008-03-12 10:21

[quote=Beyond;128617]Look! There's one now ----> 547*2^407569-1 is prime! :smile:

Make that 2, though this is not top 5000 material I'll take it. 503*2^300702-1 is prime![/quote]

15 in a single day in my time zone! 13 new top-5000, 1 confirmed top-5000, and 1 below top-5000.

Karsten, you should show this in your historicals and milestones thread. I guess the best thing to show would be 13 top-5000 primes in a day GMT.

 gd_barnes 2008-03-21 02:50

I just checked all of my machines after getting back from vacation. A nice trio from manual reservations for a change:

605*2^393234-1 is prime
511*2^393673-1 is prime
951*2^393765-1 is prime

 gd_barnes 2008-03-21 04:26

[quote=gd_barnes;129321]I just checked all of my machines after getting back from vacation. A nice trio from manual reservations for a change:

605*2^393234-1 is prime
511*2^393673-1 is prime
951*2^393765-1 is prime[/quote]

With these primes, PrimeSearch just hit 200 top-5000 primes!!

:flex::george:

 em99010pepe 2008-03-23 01:11

867*2^264398-1 (llrnet port 7000, confirmed)

 gd_barnes 2008-03-24 02:21

[quote=em99010pepe;129476]867*2^264398-1 (llrnet port 7000, confirmed)[/quote]

This is confirming Jasong's prime, which was a new prime when he found it.

Karsten, as stated previously, give Jasong full credit for his first prime in this range and give Carlos full credit for this one. I will change post 1 of the drive 2 thread to reflect it as such.

Since this was done on a server, now I'm not sure how to credit the k/n pairs that were tested. Initially I said to give Jasong credit for 1 200n range and Carlos credit for the other 4 200n ranges. Karsten or anyone else, I'll leave it up to others to determine how best to score this. Giving Jasong 20% credit for the range tested seems reasonable but I know that complicates the heck out of scoring for a range that was done on both LLRnet and manually. Ugh!

Gary

 em99010pepe 2008-04-02 15:23

user=Free-DC_Helix-Von-Smelix
[2008-04-02 07:16:28]
543*2^412067-1 is prime! Time : 11804.0 sec.

To all: Helix is giving me all primes he finds.

Carlos

 gd_barnes 2008-04-02 15:42

[quote=em99010pepe;130540]user=Free-DC_Helix-Von-Smelix
[2008-04-02 07:16:28]
543*2^412067-1 is prime! Time : 11804.0 sec.

To all: Helix is giving me all primes he finds.

Carlos[/quote]

You lucky dog! Can I have all of YOUR primes?! lol

Edit: I'll still show them as found by Helix and Karsten will give the score to Helix. You just report them on top-5000. As I recall, that was the understanding.

 gd_barnes 2008-04-02 15:46

In balancing primes found in results files with what I had in the first post of drive 2, I found these 3 missing primes from IronBits server port 500 (6000) from drive 2 that never got posted in this thread. This caused me to miss them in the first post of drive 2.

user=Free-DC_tnerual
[03/19/08 00:15:41]
899*2^309632-1 is prime! Time : 737.0 sec.

user=kar_bon
[03/19/08 04:55:05]
527*2^309748-1 is prime! Time : 107.0 sec.

user=kar_bon
[03/19/08 08:04:17]
621*2^309834-1 is prime! Time : 106.0 sec.

I have now updated the first post of drive 2. Karsten will reflect them correctly in the scoring, the NPLB drive 2 page, and the k=300-2000 page.

Gary

 em99010pepe 2008-04-02 16:36

[quote=gd_barnes;130542]You lucky dog! Can I have all of YOUR primes?! lol

Edit: I'll still show them as found by Helix and Karsten will give the score to Helix. You just report them on top-5000. As I recall, that was the understanding.[/quote]

Yes....

 gd_barnes 2008-04-02 16:51

[quote=em99010pepe;130553]Yes....[/quote]

I CAN have all of your primes? Excellent!!

Thanks for the generosity!

 kar_bon 2008-04-04 13:43

Oita found:
399*2^496100-1 so another one for us to confirming.

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