k=13236795
Dears,
This dates from the 15K search Can anyone verify that this K isn't assigned to anyone? If not, can I test if further? Thnx 
From what I've managed to find you have tested this "k" till n=360000, I don't see anyone else working on it since then :smile:
BTW: there are no reportable primes for this "k"... yet :smile: 
ok then I reserve it! I almost sieved it to 1T :showoff: to 425K
Primes found [code] 13236795*2^167188  1 is prime! 50336 digits 13236795*2^199020  1 is prime! 59919 digits 13236795*2^199516  1 is prime! 60068 digits <= Reported 13236795*2^215582  1 is prime! 64904 digits <= Reported [/code] 
Maybe it would be a good idea to merge former 15k reservations / status reporting with RPS' "Choose your own k..."?

I'm still sporadically working on getting the 15k stats page aligned with the "choose your own k" thread and the "report small primes here" threads. Once that project is done, I'll consider going back to the 15k threads/reservations; however, since that subforum is dead, we have to assume anyone who has a reservation that is no longer active on the forum is also no longer searching.
In other words, anyone who wants to work on a 15k reserved from the old days risks duplicating work that an inactive poster has already done. Curtis 
Among old 15k members it seems that only L58 (Henrik) is still working on his Ks, this year he reported primes for k=587650635 and k=978847155. SlashDude told me that he stopped all his clients. I stopped k=3611911875 at n=400k and k=115029915 at 385k (with gaps done to 403k). I'm still working on k=445419975 (now at 401k).

I still have k=869688105 nominally reserved, although it is quite some time since I last worked on it. As I have taken it to n=570k it is probably unlikely that I will work on it again as it is a high weight k.

Well, I am still working on k=736320585, which is heavy (~145 candidates per every range of n=1000 after sieving till p>10^13). So far I have reached n=500000 :flex:

FTM, I am 363514 for k, still no primes to report.
Sieved to 885G, (from 363K to 430K), P1 in progress, elimanting 60+ tests already. BTW, is this normal (a gap of 150K)? RegardsC. 
[QUOTE=CedricVonck;92491]BTW, is this normal (a gap of 150K)?[/QUOTE] Well, for k=736320585 I've had a gap of ~140k, so be patient :smile:

Still holding strong @ 371496, P1 continues, sieved to 930G,
I am getting speeds of [b]1430+ kp/sec[/b] with sr2sieve instead of 430 kp/sec with prothsieve sse2. 
Currently @ 375K+
Sieved almost to 1.3T Ps. can some check the residuals for "correctness"? Thank you 
Currently @ 379021
Sieved to 1.3T 6505 candidates left to 42500 
Tested to n=383452
Still no new primes to report Sieving is stopped Sieving in the range: 424998  449998 
Cedric,
Can I help you with sieving? Carlos 
Carlos,
You can help me in sieving the second range > 424000. The first range is sieved to 1.5T & it takes longer to find a factor (> 500 sec) then to do a llr test. Contact me again (pm) this evening. Regards C. 
I splited a range from [URL="http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=6597"]5th RPS Drive[/URL] into several machines so tomorrow I will start sieving for you.
Carlos 
[QUOTE=em99010pepe;107063]I splited a range from [URL="http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=6597"]5th RPS Drive[/URL] into several machines so tomorrow I will start sieving for you.
Carlos[/QUOTE] No problem! 
Started sieving with only one machine. Sieve speed is at 5M/sec so that's 432G per day. How far do you want me to go?
Carlos 
Carlos,
As I said, you can go as far as you want. My guesstimate for optimal sieveing is 2T. Regards C. 
Cedric,
Please prepare the next range to sieve. Thank you. Carlos 
Carlos,
My original file contains 4000 cadidates. I don't know how far sieved, but you can go to 20T or more. I will prepare another range from 449998 to 1M Regards C.; 
Mine has 3805, sieve up to 1.2T but a factor is found every 1700 sec.
20T?????? I was thinking to stop at 2T. Carlos 
Stop sieving when the factor removal rate is equal to the time to run an LLR test on a median candidate in the range.
For a small range like 425450, candidates take roughly the same time to LLR, so run LLR on a single candidate and sieve until removal rate is equal to that time. It's very inefficient to sieve small ranges; 1.2T is certainly plenty for the 425450 range. Carlos, if you have spare sieving resources, I have months of sieving work to do using sr2sieve. I'm sieving 11,13,31,45,99,127 all from 1M to 4M (except 11, which is already LLRed to 1.5M). This sieve will need to run to roughly 80T before LLR should begin, and I'm at 20T. If you'd like to do a T or so as a public service, I'd love it. Curtis 
Cedric,
I stopped sieving. Curtis, You got a private message. Yes, I'll do 1T or 2T or even more....I like to sieve.... Carlos 
[quote=VBCurtis;107266]
... Carlos, if you have spare sieving resources, I have months of sieving work to do using sr2sieve. I'm sieving 11,13,31,45,99,127 all from 1M to 4M (except 11, which is already LLRed to 1.5M). This sieve will need to run to roughly 80T before LLR should begin, and I'm at 20T. If you'd like to do a T or so as a public service, I'd love it. Curtis[/quote] How long does it take to sieve a T? On what CPU? 
[QUOTE=Flatlander;107278]How long does it take to sieve a T? On what CPU?[/QUOTE]
I have two data points: TurionX21600, 600kp/sec using 32bit sieve. Conroe1950, 1500 kp/sec using 64bit sieve. (per core for each) I think that means the conroe does 1T/week/core, while the X2 takes 2.5 weeks/T/core. I am happy to share the files for team LLRing once they are ready, if any of you potential sievers are interested. 13 and 11 are fairly lowweight, but 45 is very highweight (higher than 15, I think). I want to LLR 99 on my own, and 31 is for Steven (as shown on k<300 page). Also: if any of you are interested in testing a k from 1M to 4M, we can add it to this sieve and work together. You'd have to sieve it alone up to 20T to catch up to me, but adding another k to the sieve would not slow it down much. Carlos I'll build an updated sr2data file and email it tomorrow. Curtis 
Carlos,
Thank you for your sieving ... I will check my gmail account. Regards C. 
Search still going on...

Currently @ 402728  No primes to report.

Currently @ 411901  No new primes to report

Tested to 424998 
Results available @ [url]http://users.skynet.be/bk261068/lresults.txt[/url] Will continue to 450.00 (will decide later on to go further) 
Tested to 438384 still no new prime to report :sad:

Range 425k to 450k completed
Results available @ [url]http://users.skynet.be/bk261068/lresults_13236795_450K.zip[/url] Sieving in progress in the range 450k  1M 
K 13236795 from 450k to 1M => sieving in progress.

Still crunching.
Sieve @ 3.1T ... eliminating a candidate each 140 seconds 79k candidates remaining. 
Sieved till 8.5T
LLR testing will commence shortly in the range 445k => 1M 
sieved to 15T
LLR testing is busy in the rang 445k  1M 
Tested to 465798, sieved to 15T.
75k candidates to go to 1M 
13236795*2^4858541 is prime!
Submitted @ prime pages @ l695 Sieved till 15T / 70k candidates till n=1M 
[B]Cedric[/B]
Congrats on a nice prime! 
Thank you!!
I will keep searching, certainely until n=1M 
13236795*2^5128911 is prime!

13236795 · 2^5590331 is prime!

13236795*2^6004931 is prime!

Hi Cedric, congrats on a nice prime!

Thx man. I will keep testing this number :smile: Shortly I will recommence the sieve ... it takes 10 minutes to test a number...
Regards C 
13236795*2^6092101 is prime!

currently standing @ 701361

going strong @ 785514, no more primes found :s

currently @ 817162  no further progress

13236795*2^8351331 (probable prime under verification) finally :) yes!

prime is proven @http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=102081

13236795*2^9002841 is prime! (under verification)

13236795*2^9002841 is proven prime! [url]http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=105860[/url]

Hi Cedric
Congrats on yet another nice prime, and thanks for staying with us all these years! I just checked, the first post of this thread was posted on Oct. 30, 2006. :smile: 
@kosmaj, thx for the nice reply :)
When I take responsibility, I own up to it :) And doing this project (off & on) I have learned much about myself  planning  responsibility  patience I'll keep on crunching for a while (first big milestone) up until 1M Then I plan a hiatus, then I will restart the sieve for 1M to 50M Best regards C 
llr testing till 1M completed, no more new primes to report
sieving is started in the 1M > 50M range lresults will be uploaded soon 
Results available @ [URL="http://users.skynet.be/bk261826/lresults.txt"]http://users.skynet.be/bk261068/lresults.txt[/URL]

Hi Cedric
I cannot access that page: [I]The server encountered an error while processing your request Request: [url]http://users.skynet.be/bk261826/lresults.txt[/url] Response: The page you are looking for could not be found [/I] 
[QUOTE=Kosmaj;316686]Hi Cedric
I cannot access that page: [I]The server encountered an error while processing your request Request: [url]http://users.skynet.be/bk261826/lresults.txt[/url] Response: The page you are looking for could not be found [/I][/QUOTE] oops it should be [url]http://users.skynet.be/bk261068/lresults.txt[/url] I wasn't awake yet ;) 
Thanks, now it works!

on the 27th of April, the candidates from 1M to 50M will be sieved to 25T.
Does anybody have an idea how to sieve the same file on different pc's?? Thank you 
[QUOTE=CedricVonck;337574]
Does anybody have an idea how to sieve the same file on different pc's?? [/QUOTE] It depends on your sieving software: If you are using [URL="https://sites.google.com/site/geoffreywalterreynolds/programs/sr1sieve"]sr1sieve[/URL], you can run different intervals [pminpmax] on the individual machines. All you have to do is to collect the factors found (using the "f" switch). For example: [CODE]./sr1sieve i input.txt o output.txt f factors.txt p 1000000 P 2000000[/CODE] After a while you transfer the factors files to your master machine and update the sieve file using srfile, which is part of [URL="https://sites.google.com/site/geoffreywalterreynolds/programs/srsieve"]srsieve[/URL]: [CODE]./srfile g knownfactors factors.txt sievefile.txt[/CODE] (The "g" switch is to force the NewPGen file format.) There might also be a similar procedure for NewPGen, but I haven't tried yet... 
[QUOTE=Thomas11;337575]There might also be a similar procedure for NewPGen, but I haven't tried yet...[/QUOTE]
NewPGen > Services > Sieve across several machines > Duplicates fill in  the sievefilename (npgformat)  number of machines/files you need  range of primes to sieve It will create several files in npgformat with different pstartingpoints in the header. After sieving you can combine all resultfiles with NewPGen > Services > Sieve across several machines > Merge. 
newpgen is so slow for a single k compared to sr1sieve that Cedric must be using sr1sieve, right??

Hey guys, thank you very much for the replys.
I am currently working on Mac, so no newpgn for me. I am using sr1sieve 1.4.5... I will see what it gives ;) Now for a round of P1 :) 
Range 1M > 50M sieved to 60T, continuing to 100T

Sieved to 65T (+/)
regards, 
Range 1M > 50M sieved to 115T+, continuing to 200T

Sieving in progress for 1M50M in the 150T  200T
Eta: March 2016 
Progress update: range 150t > 200t almost complete (range 1M > 50M)
Due date: 11/4/16 Will restart llr'ing in the range: 1.0 M > 1.1 M 
Started llr'ing the first batch of 1000 tests (will take about 4,3 days)
Will go for 10.000 tests in the first try (take about 4 à 5 months) with the latest version of llr Anyone know how to llr on 4 cpu's? Will be appreciated! Best regards, Valerie 
[QUOTE=ValerieVonck;431334]
Anyone know how to llr on 4 cpu's? Will be appreciated! [/QUOTE] Multithreaded LLR does not exist yet, but you could use mprime/Prime95 for that to PRP. You could set up your own prpnet server using rogue's software for this, and attach clients locally. Alternatively, create 4 directories and put an LLR64.exe/llr64 in each directory with a sublist of candidates to be tested. :smile: 
[QUOTE=paulunderwood;431338]Multithreaded LLR does not exist yet, but you could use mprime/Prime95 for that to PRP.
You could set up your own prpnet server using rogue's software for this, and attach clients locally. Alternatively, create 4 directories and put an LLR64.exe/llr64 in each directory with a sublist of candidates to be tested. :smile:[/QUOTE] Thank you! I thought something like this ;) 
Starting Lucas Lehmer Riesel prime test of 13236795*2^10519781
Using zeropadded FMA3 FFT length 112K, Pass1=448, Pass2=256 13236795*2^10519781 is prime! (316685 decimal digits) Time : 447.419 sec. Will submit asap on the prime pages Ps. Primepages reports it as too small to credit :( 
Minimum is 388341 decimal digits.

2 more primes (too small for prime pages)
[CODE] 13236795*2^10667211 13236795*2^10672931 [/CODE] 
2 more primes found: (too small for primepages)
[code] 13236795*2^11762141 is prime! (354083 decimal digits) 13236795*2^11961911 is prime! (360097 decimal digits) [/code] 
1 Attachment(s)
Range 1.2M > 1.3M complete, no new primes found
Attaching the result files for the range 1.0M > 1.3M 
Sieving in progress, till 230T, ETA 20/3
Will then continue llr testing in the range 1.3M > 1.4M 
Sieving in Progress to 250T, eta 03/07
(ftm, a factor is found every +/ 360 sec) 
Yesterday, my mac crashed and had to restart sieving from a copy of my input file as of February,
Currently at 216T, eta for reaching 250T is October :no: Lesson learned: take a more frequent backup Apologies to the community Kind regards, Valerie 
[QUOTE=ValerieVonck;489142]Yesterday, my mac crashed and had to restart sieving from a copy of my input file as of February,
Currently at 216T, eta for reaching 250T is October :no: Lesson learned: take a more frequent backup Apologies to the community Kind regards, Valerie[/QUOTE] Why you make sieving ? We can collect you sieve , send to YOYO and it will be over in ten days at depth you will never reach by yourself. 
[QUOTE=pepi37;489157]Why you make sieving ? We can collect you sieve , send to YOYO and it will be over in ten days at depth you will never reach by yourself.[/QUOTE]
Dear, This number I am crunching for a long time on my own... Thank you for your recommendation, but I have to politely decline your offer Kind regards, Valerie 
Sieving to 250T is completed, sieving in progress in the range 250T > 255T,
Finding a factor each 300400 sec, still faster then LLR, Kind regards, Valerie 
I find it really inspiring how long you've been working on this k. I started sieving for Proth k=1281979 some months back, now I'm at around 250T as well, but only for n < 4.1M. So 2 cores produce a factor aprroximately every 2000 s between them. Primality testing will be done using Proth20 on an older GTX7xx GPU, which takes 3.5 h for a = 4M so I'll continue sieving for a while.
If I will do this with the same dilligence as you, I'll still be at this k it in 2035... :) 
[QUOTE=bur;566356]I find it really inspiring how long you've been working on this k. I started sieving for Proth k=1281979 some months back, now I'm at around 250T as well, but only for n < 4.1M. So 2 cores produce a factor aprroximately every 2000 s between them. Primality testing will be done using Proth20 on an older GTX7xx GPU, which takes 3.5 h for a = 4M so I'll continue sieving for a while.
If I will do this with the same dilligence as you, I'll still be at this k it in 2035... :)[/QUOTE] Thank you bur for the compliments! :):smile: 
I've included [url='https://www.rieselprime.de/ziki/Riesel_prime_13236795']k=13236795[/url] into the Wiki with the history data from this thread and reserved for you.
Not listed the sieve depth, but could do if needed. Also I have to check the old 15kthreads for older information. And give me a clue: Here and in the Top5000 pages you are listed as "Valerie", but signing here as Cedric. I've inserted a Person page (including the current reservation) for "Valerie" (because official), if this should be changed please PM me. 
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