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3738 complete, 1 prime already reported. Just one prime...just...one...lone...Cedric got five and henry got two already and I get one. Oh well, that's the randomness of prime distribution for you...
Do you need the lresults? Edit: Ok, I attached the lresults. 
[quote=MiniGeek;138536]3738 complete, 1 prime already reported. Just one prime...just...one...lone...Cedric got five and henry got two already and I get one. Oh well, that's the randomness of prime distribution for you...
Do you need the lresults?[/quote] Yes, if people can post their lresults, that would be helpful. Thanks. 
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Already 1 new prime to report
20436272 38146 
Result
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4041 complete
Primes 23727272 40665 16939082 40745 /Lennart 
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3940 complete
Primes 32565374 39621 30032708 39872 47807146 39904 /Lennart 
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41k42k
Primes 20436272 41381 25095394 41459 27704962 41561 20258534 41706 19450274 41878 /Lennart 
I have posted all primes found recently. The 9 k's will be removed from the remaining files shortly.
Lennart, on this effort, I'm only showing the lowest prime found for each k to help in 'balancing' the # of k's remaining. 2 of your k's that had primes already had lower primes so they are not being shown in post 1 of this thread. For everyone, I like to see the lowest prime found for each k so if someone finds a prime in a higher nrange than what you are searching, please leave that k in your file(s) to see if a lower prime is found. Of course it can be removed if you are searching a higher nrange. Edit: All k's with primes have now been removed. Gary 
Gary, can you send me the sieve file,
I have one core freed up now :) Also: what is the ideal sieve depth? thanks :) 
Taking 4250 (8 files). ETA ~24 hours.

[quote=michaf;138608]Gary, can you send me the sieve file,
I have one core freed up now :) Also: what is the ideal sieve depth? thanks :)[/quote] Well, I goofed. I accidently deleted my n=50K100K file that was sieved to P=100G. Fortunately I have a backup file but unfortunately it is only sieved to P=20G. I'm in the middle of sieving it to P=60G on 2 cores and will be done with that on Friday. I could send you the file sieved to P=20G now and it would only take a little bit longer to sieve for P>60G. Or I could send you a file sieved to P=60G on Friday. Let me know which you'd prefer. My estimate of the optimum sieve depth for breaking off n=50K75K would be around P=150175G but it could be lower...around P=120130G. The optimum is not going to come in much higher than the optimum for n=25K50K (P=100G) because there are going to be many less k's remaining. Do you want to sieve from P=60G to P=~150G175G yourself or do you need help? I assume you know to use srsieve for sieving. If you use more than one core, be sure and use the f switch for all instances so that it will write out factors for all of them for later removal. Gary 
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38K39K Range Complete 1 prime found

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