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-   -   Team drive #9 k=1005-2000 n=50K-350K (https://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=11285)

IronBits 2009-01-07 08:48

Just added 6 more cores w/20 cache set

Too bad the I7 is stuck on sieving till 11 Jan, or I would have tossed it on there to.

em99010pepe 2009-01-07 09:39

I would like to reserve 4k's to be run on my own llrnet server. Please send the file via PM or email. Thank you.

Carlos

henryzz 2009-01-07 09:54

[quote=IronBits;157346]Just added 6 more cores w/20 cache set

Too bad the I7 is stuck on sieving till 11 Jan, or I would have tossed it on there to.[/quote]
if you put your I7 on this at some point i would suggest using hyperthreading as more cores should overall be faster for so low numbers
i would guess slow computers wont be that much slower on this drive

kar_bon 2009-01-07 10:17

some 2 ct's from me:

- no manual reservations for this drive:
the range is small but to handle it (split files, send/receive results, verify completeness, display primes/done ranges in pages) is to heavy to handle

- i suggest only to put some 'slower' cpu's on this drive because we need the 'runners' for the higher n-ranges (Drives #5-#7)!

- keep the order: ascending k-values and within a k the ascending n-values:
it's quite easier for me to update the PrimeDatabase!

gd_barnes 2009-01-07 11:50

OMG. We have blown away over half the file that I sent already! I think it's already handing out k=1029 or 1031. I only sent up to k=1049.

David, I'm going to sent you a file over 3 times as big. The last file was k=1005-1049. The next one will be k=1051-1199. After that depending on the continued response, I'll send them in k=200 ranges, which will be 4 times as big as first file that I sent you. I'll try to make them last a week.

Karsten is right, this drive is better for slower machines but personally, I don't care as long as David's server can handle it. If people want to slay this range quickly, let's do it!

Yes, we will have a lot of results to match up but that's no big deal. We'll get it taken care of in good time.

Due to the huge response to these low n-ranges, I will keep my cores off of it unless it starts to wane.

Max, let's plan on processing the results on 100 k's at a time for this drive; perhaps even 200 k's. Otherwise we'll be doing them about every 1-2 days. lol


Gary

gd_barnes 2009-01-07 11:54

One thing here: It'd almost be better if people move a core or two back to the 5th-6th-7th drives. Not that we mind but it'd be nice to continue finding top-5000 primes too.


Gary

gd_barnes 2009-01-07 11:54

reserving k=1051-1199 for port 9000

gd_barnes 2009-01-07 13:13

[quote=em99010pepe;157354]I would like to reserve 4k's to be run on my own llrnet server. Please send the file via PM or email. Thank you.

Carlos[/quote]

Carlos,

With the way we are smoking through the ranges, are you sure you want to mess with loading 4 k's into your server? I think it'd be easier if you just stayed connected to port 9000 here. But if you really want them, I'll send you k=1201-1207 within a day.


Gary

IronBits 2009-01-07 14:59

Loaded up what you sent me, without a single hiccup when I restarted the server.

Port [B]9000[/B] has 178657 remaining knpairs!
knpairs.txt - Size: 2222009
Last Updated: 1/7/2009 7:55:39 AM
first k/n pair 1007 189180
last k/n pair 1049 199976
jobMaxTime = 1 * 24 * 3600 -- 1 days
prunePeriod = 1 * 1 * 3600 -- hourly

IronBits 2009-01-07 15:14

Backing off 6 cores that I put on before I went to bed to test the server a little more.
If you guys want to toss on a couple more cores, let er rip.

edit: ok, 6 cores moved back to port 5000

Flatlander 2009-01-07 16:48

[quote=IronBits;157393]Loaded up what you sent me, without a single hiccup when I restarted the server.

Port [B]9000[/B] has 178657 remaining knpairs!
knpairs.txt - Size: 2222009
Last Updated: 1/7/2009 7:55:39 AM
first k/n pair 1007 189180
last k/n pair 1049 199976
jobMaxTime = 1 * 24 * 3600 -- 1 days
prunePeriod = 1 * 1 * 3600 -- hourly[/quote]
I think the daily totals reset when you restarted. :smile:
[URL]http://nplb.ironbits.net/progress_9000.html[/URL]


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