[QUOTE=gd_barnes;252748]115*938*22231 is composite. It has a factor of 19.
Testing on my part found that 115*938^222231 is prime. It was only a lucky guess that a "2" was left out of the exponent..[/QUOTE] Thanks for that catch. Yes, it was typed in. I only had a few numbers typed into the list as it was easier for me than copy & paste. I'll be more careful for the two remaining bases that I have started. Going forward it shouldn't be a problem. 
Status update:
R830 is at n=17300,15 k remaining. Slow but going. Nugget 
R833
R833 tested n=25K100K
28*833^537691 is prime 104*833^n1 is now a 1ker with a weight of 827 Results emailed  Base released 
S1003
Sierp Base 1003
Conjectured k = 4768 Covering Set = 5, 29, 251 Trivial Factors k == 1 mod 2(2) and k == 2 mod 3(3) and k == 166 mod 167(167) Found Primes: 1539k's  File emailed Remaining: 40k's  Tested to n=25K  File emailed Trivial Factor Eliminations: 804k's Base Released 
[QUOTE=rogue;252771]Thanks for that catch. Yes, it was typed in. I only had a few numbers typed into the list as it was easier for me than copy & paste. I'll be more careful for the two remaining bases that I have started. Going forward it shouldn't be a problem.[/QUOTE]
Copy & paste is not necessary if you zip up 2 separate primes files; one for scripted primes and one for primes from sieved k's. It's the most accurate way to go. 
[QUOTE=MyDogBuster;252855]Sierp Base 1003
Found Primes: 1539k's  File emailed Remaining: 40k's  Tested to n=25K  File emailed Trivial Factor Eliminations: 804k's Base Released[/QUOTE] Can you check if you sent? I don't seem to have anything yet. Edit: Sent 
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Riesel base 950 done to n=25000 and released. 14 k remain.

S912
Sierp Base 912
Conjectured k = 331 Covering Set = 11, 83 Trivial Factors k == 910 mod 911(911) Found Primes: 313k's  File emailed Remaining: 16k's  Tested to n=25K  File emailed Base Released 
[QUOTE=rogue;252997]Riesel base 950 done to n=25000 and released. 14 k remain.[/QUOTE]
The submission is rejected until I receive the files correctly. Did you read my last post? 
The following bases are complete to n=25K and released:
R567; 8 primes found for n=5K25K; 11 k's remaining R663; 5 primes found for n=5K25K; 12 k's remaining R957; 7 primes found for n=5K25K; 12 k's remaining S603; 10 primes found for n=5K25K; 8 k's remaining All bases with < 20 k's remaining at n=5K are now completed to n=25K. :smile: 
Reserving R1006 as new to n=25K.

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R972 completed to n=25000 and released. 15 k remain.

R850
R850 tested n=25K100K
339*850^573021 is prime 221*850^n1 is now a 1ker with a weight of 1414 Results emailed  Base released 
[QUOTE=rogue;253057]R972 completed to n=25000 and released. 15 k remain.[/QUOTE]
Rejection #1: [URL]http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=253006&postcount=1076[/URL] R972 is now rejection #2. Mark, I'm not jacking around here. Either you submit the stuff how I asked or I'll just delete your submissions and add the bases back to the "to be tested" threads. This is ridiculous. Submitting a remaining and a prime file after scripting only and then a subsequent primes file for n=1K (or 2.5K or 5K) to 25K exactly as it/they came out of PFGW/LLR/PRPnet is not rocket science. 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;253107]R972 is now rejection #2.
Mark, I'm not jacking around here. Either you submit the stuff how I asked or I'll just delete your submissions and add the bases back to the "to be tested" threads.[/QUOTE] Why are you rejecting? I don't see a reason. As I don't intend to start any new bases, this shouldn't be an issue going forward. 
R1029
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One k down:
36*1029^559791 is prime! (P = 6) So this is a 1k'er now. I'll stay on the last k=26 for a little longer... 
[QUOTE=rogue;253135]Why are you rejecting? I don't see a reason.
As I don't intend to start any new bases, this shouldn't be an issue going forward.[/QUOTE] [URL]http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=252748&postcount=1067[/URL] 
[QUOTE=PuzzlePeter;253310]One k down:
36*1029^559791 is prime! (P = 6) So this is a 1k'er now. I'll stay on the last k=26 for a little longer...[/QUOTE] Cool! :) What is your current test limit for k=26? For now, I'll show it at n=56K. 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;253317][URL]http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=252748&postcount=1067[/URL][/QUOTE]
Would you prefer me to provide a list of primes (from PRPNet) ordered by k? If so, do you still want me to provide the other lists, i.e. primes for n < 2000 and remaining k? 
[QUOTE=rogue;253324]Would you prefer me to provide a list of primes (from PRPNet) ordered by k? If so, do you still want me to provide the other lists, i.e. primes for n < 2000 and remaining k?[/QUOTE]
I'm tired of repeating myself so I'll quote exactly what I've typed before and you can tell me what it is that cannot be understood: [quote] For everyone, based on this, here is a requirement for what I need in the future for testing up to n=25K: 1. A file of scripted primes and k's remaining at your nominal testing limit of n=1K or 2.5K or 5K. 2. A file of primes for n=1K (or 2.5K or 5K) to 25K. 3. Optional: A file of k's remaining at n=25K. [/quote] [quote] This is ridiculous. Submitting a remaining and a prime file after scripting only and then a subsequent primes file for n=1K (or 2.5K or 5K) to 25K exactly as it/they came out of PFGW/LLR/PRPnet is not rocket science. [/quote] I do not care how the primes are ordered for n>2K. They just need to be as they came out of PRPnet. No manipulation or combining with other files, i.e. primes from the startingbases script. The above files are virtually exactly what I get from everyone else on new bases except one other person and that other person quickly changed to the above after my recent post. Once again, this is not rocket science. 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;253318]Cool! :)
What is your current test limit for k=26? For now, I'll show it at n=56K.[/QUOTE] Hard to say. I sieved until it felt save to LLR n=25K to 100K which I divided across several cores. So there will be completed tests in the lower 30K region, lower 50K, lower 60K etc. For k=36 I finished all tests below the prime to make sure it's the smallest. I'll do the same for k=26 in case I find one. 
R864
R864 tested n=25K100K  nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
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Is this better? I did not remove k with found primes from pl_remain.txt, but the other post will have it in that form.

[QUOTE=PuzzlePeter;253416]Hard to say. I sieved until it felt save to LLR n=25K to 100K which I divided across several cores. So there will be completed tests in the lower 30K region, lower 50K, lower 60K etc.
For k=36 I finished all tests below the prime to make sure it's the smallest. I'll do the same for k=26 in case I find one.[/QUOTE] I see. I'll change the search limit to n=30K since that's its contiguously searched range at this point. Here's a hint for dividing sieve files across multiple cores without running a server when you have fewer k's remaining than cores you are using to search them. I'll use 4 cores as an example here: 1. Paste the sieve file into a spreadsheet in column A. 2. Manually type the numbers "1", "2", "3", and "4" in the first 4 rows of column B and copy them the length of the file so that you have a 1,2,3,4,1,2,3,4,1,2,3,4,etc. repeating sequence all the way down. 3. Sort the file by column B primary and column A secondary. All "1"'s, "2"'s, etc. will now be together. This will work well for your effort. In some cases, though, since column A will be an alphanumeric sort (since there is a space in it), if your range crosses over a power of 10 such as from n=50K150K, you would have to parse out the nvalue into column C and use that as a secondary sort to get it to sort correctly. Fortunately that is not an issue for n=25K100K. 4. Put all the lines with a "1" in them in core 1, lines with a "2" in core 2, etc. and start all cores at the same time. 5. When sending the results, you can either send all 4 files or combine them all and sort them by nvalue primary and kvalue secondary. The machine will now search all cores at almost the exact same nrange. You can still go ahead and use the stoponprime option so that one core will stop when/if it finds a prime. You'll have to manually stop the other cores. This works best when you have more k's than cores running them. Then you can divide it up by ranges of k so that the stoponprime stops searching a k on the applicable core that it should. But this is the best that you can (easily) do for a single k across multiple cores without a server (that I am aware of) to avoid a lot of unnecessary searching. Gary 
[QUOTE=rogue;253453]Is this better?[/QUOTE]
Barely. First, I rejected 2 bases. You only included 1. Where is the other one? Second, wouldn't it be easier to just include the pfgw.log file that the server writes out for the n=2K25K primes? That's what Ian, Mathew, and others do when searching new bases with a server. It's also exactly what I save off when doing my own searches with a server. Doing an SQL database query to get the primes means that an unnecessary header name and dashes are included in the primes file. It also means that the file is sorted in random fashion with neither k's nor n's in proper order. The pfgw.log file has them in proper nvalue order and is quick and easy to save off. I suppose I can live with the SQL primes query. I'll just sort it myself. At least it's a file directly from the server that obviously has not been manipulated in some fashion. That's what I'm mainly concerned about. You just seem to be making this so very difficult. 
R867
R867 tested n=25K100K
6*867^614101 is prime 8^867^n1 is now a 1ker with a weight of 836 Results emailed  Base released 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;253473]
Here's a hint for dividing sieve files across multiple cores without running a server when you have fewer k's remaining than cores you are using to search them. I'll use 4 cores as an example here: [....] [/QUOTE] This is so easy that I have no idea why I didn't think about it myself. Thanks! 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;253475]Barely.
First, I rejected 2 bases. You only included 1. Where is the other one? Second, wouldn't it be easier to just include the pfgw.log file that the server writes out for the n=2K25K primes? That's what Ian, Mathew, and others do when searching new bases with a server. It's also exactly what I save off when doing my own searches with a server. Doing an SQL database query to get the primes means that an unnecessary header name and dashes are included in the primes file. It also means that the file is sorted in random fashion with neither k's nor n's in proper order. The pfgw.log file has them in proper nvalue order and is quick and easy to save off. I suppose I can live with the SQL primes query. I'll just sort it myself. At least it's a file directly from the server that obviously has not been manipulated in some fashion. That's what I'm mainly concerned about. You just seem to be making this so very difficult.[/QUOTE] A little clarification: the PRPnet server does [I]not[/I] produce a pfgw.log file. It does produce PRP.log, but that gives the primes in the order they were found (not necessarily n order) and in full PRPnet results format with username, email, etc. If Ian is producing a pfgw.log file from PRPnet, then he is first massaging his PRPnet data in some way or another to get it into that format. (As for Mathew...are you sure he's using a PRPnet server to start new bases? I run a private server for him, but we've only ever used that for continuing existing bases at n>25K.) 
[QUOTE]If Ian is producing a pfgw.log file from PRPnet, then he is first massaging his PRPnet data in some way or another to get it into that format.[/QUOTE]
I have a VBScript that extracts the primes from the PRP.log file. 
[QUOTE=mdettweiler;253525]A little clarification: the PRPnet server does [I]not[/I] produce a pfgw.log file. It does produce PRP.log, but that gives the primes in the order they were found (not necessarily n order) and in full PRPnet results format with username, email, etc. If Ian is producing a pfgw.log file from PRPnet, then he is first massaging his PRPnet data in some way or another to get it into that format. (As for Mathew...are you sure he's using a PRPnet server to start new bases? I run a private server for him, but we've only ever used that for continuing existing bases at n>25K.)[/QUOTE]
I was aware of the file name and what it writes out. I just typed the wrong name. Ian removes the extra information. I may have been mistaken on Mathew using servers to search new(er) bases. Regardless, I'd much rather get that file than an SQL query of primes in random order, especially for smallconjectured bases. Shouldn't a server write out a "normal" primes file without all of the extra info? Both LLRnet and PRPnet have the same issue in that regard. Karsten's script writes out a "normal file" of primes on the client side but that's not very helpful if you're using multiple machines. 
[QUOTE]Shouldn't a server write out a "normal" primes file without all of the extra info?[/QUOTE]I would think so. We are looking for primes. The rest of the stuff in there just makes it harder to read and work with. JMHO

[QUOTE=gd_barnes;253535]I was aware of the file name and what it writes out. I just typed the wrong name. Ian removes the extra information. I may have been mistaken on Mathew using servers to search new(er) bases. Regardless, I'd much rather get that file than an SQL query of primes in random order, especially for smallconjectured bases.
Shouldn't a server write out a "normal" primes file without all of the extra info? Both LLRnet and PRPnet have the same issue in that regard. Karsten's script writes out a "normal file" of primes on the client side but that's not very helpful if you're using multiple machines.[/QUOTE] The tricky part is that a flat text file would generally have to be written out in the order that primes are foundi.e., somewhat random order. For a manual client, this is not a problem, because it processes a file sequentially; on a server, pairs are handed out sequentially, but different clients return results at different times, so sometimes (particularly at small n) primes can come in out of order. I imagine it would be trivial to add support in prpserver for a second prime log file that just logs the actual primes, one per line. But the file would still have some primes out of order (unless n is large enough that the primes are far and few between and they never come in out of order). 
[QUOTE=mdettweiler;253539]The tricky part is that a flat text file would generally have to be written out in the order that primes are foundi.e., somewhat random order. For a manual client, this is not a problem, because it processes a file sequentially; on a server, pairs are handed out sequentially, but different clients return results at different times, so sometimes (particularly at small n) primes can come in out of order.
I imagine it would be trivial to add support in prpserver for a second prime log file that just logs the actual primes, one per line. But the file would still have some primes out of order (unless n is large enough that the primes are far and few between and they never come in out of order).[/QUOTE] I'm aware of that issue. Having a very small percentage of primes out of order would not be a problem. As a general rule, a majority of people only use servers for searching at higher nranges (n>25K) so they would be in order 99.9%+ of the time. 
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I found and fixed my mistake with r950.

[QUOTE=gd_barnes;253541]I'm aware of that issue. Having a very small percentage of primes out of order would not be a problem. As a general rule, a majority of people only use servers for searching at higher nranges (n>25K) so they would be in order 99.9%+ of the time.[/QUOTE]
And there are ways to order properly from PRPNet: select SierpinskiRieselPrime from CandidateGroupStats where SierpinskiRieselPrime is not null order by k; 
[QUOTE=rogue;253548]And there are ways to order properly from PRPNet:
select SierpinskiRieselPrime from CandidateGroupStats where SierpinskiRieselPrime is not null order by k;[/QUOTE] Ah, very good. That would be very helpful. 
[QUOTE=rogue;253547]I found and fixed my mistake with r950.[/QUOTE]
This is still not the files that I asked for Mark. Reread my posts yet again please. Edit: Please see your PM. I think it's past time to stop cluttering the thread here. 
[QUOTE=Mattyp101;253028]Reserving R1006 as new to n=25K.[/QUOTE]
This is not marked on the reservation and condensed pages, but the base is gone from the untested conjectures thread. 
S687
Sierp Base 687
Conjectured k = 7956 Covering Set = 5, 43, 109 Trivial Factors k == 1 mod 2(2) and k == 6 mod 7(7) Found Primes: 3353k's  File emailed Remaining: 54k's  Tested to n=25K  File emailed Trivial Factor Eliminations: 568k's MOB Eliminations: 2k's  File emailed Base Released 
S833
S833 tested n=25K100K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
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R1006 completed to n=25K
Primes found: 793k's Trivial factors: 729k's Algebraic factors: 1k (k=900) k's remain: 14k's Base Released 
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Third time's the charm?
I reran the script, then put the primes from PRPNet into a separate file. AFAICT that should meet your requirements. If not, please be specific in how it does not meet them. 
I see on the stats page the R992 is "just started", but I saw in a previous post that MyDogBuster sent in the results. Something is amiss.

[QUOTE]I see on the stats page the R992 is "just started", but I saw in a previous post that MyDogBuster sent in the results. Something is amiss. [/QUOTE]
R992 is reserved by henryzz. I worked on S992 and finished on Feb 4th. 
[QUOTE=MyDogBuster;253844]R992 is reserved by henryzz. I worked on S992 and finished on Feb 4th.[/QUOTE]
Oops. My bad. 
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[QUOTE=MyDogBuster;253844]R992 is reserved by henryzz. I worked on S992 and finished on Feb 4th.[/QUOTE]
Which reminds I held off posting it during the last NPLB rally until afterwards(turned out to be a long while afterwards). Results attached. 
Reserving R642 to n=25K

[QUOTE=rogue;253836]Third time's the charm?
I reran the script, then put the primes from PRPNet into a separate file. AFAICT that should meet your requirements. If not, please be specific in how it does not meet them.[/QUOTE] Looks good. 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;253923]Looks good.[/QUOTE]
Finally! I'm glad that this issue has been resolved to your satisfaction. BTW, you mentioned that there was another base that you had rejected, yet I didn't see any "just started" reservations on the CRUS status page that appeared to be mine. I thought it was r938, but that looks to be correct, i.e. completed to n=25000. 
[QUOTE=rogue;253925]Finally! I'm glad that this issue has been resolved to your satisfaction. BTW, you mentioned that there was another base that you had rejected, yet I didn't see any "just started" reservations on the CRUS status page that appeared to be mine. I thought it was r938, but that looks to be correct, i.e. completed to n=25000.[/QUOTE]
You already submitted the corrected files for it. lol 
Status update R1029
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Testing 26*1029^n1 has reached n=100K, nothing found. Going on to n=200K

Reservations
Reserving the last of the 2ker's to n=100K
R988 R995 S887 S889 S953 S987 S998 S1001 
[QUOTE=MyDogBuster;254029]Reserving the last of the 2ker's to n=100K
R988 R995 S887 S889 S953 S987 S998 S1001[/QUOTE] Don't forget S214 that you dropped from 4 to 2 k's. :smile: 
[QUOTE]Don't forget S214 that you dropped from 4 to 2 k's. :smile:[/QUOTE]
Thanks, forgot all about that one.:redface: 
S835
S835 tested n=50K100K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
R618
Riesel Base 618
Conjectured k = 2517 Covering Set = 7, 37, 211 Trivial Factors k == 1 mod 617(617) Found Primes: 2448k's  File emailed Remaining: 60k's  Tested to n=25K  File emailed Trivial Factor Eliminations: 4k's MOB Eliminations: 3k's  File emailed Base Released 
R542
Riesel Base 542
Conjectured k = 182 Covering Set = 3, 181 Trivial Factors k == 1 mod 541(541) Found Primes: 159k's  File emailed Remaining: 21k's  Tested to n=25K  File emailed Base Released 
Sierp 928
Sierp 928 is complete to n=18K.
14 primes: [CODE]25282*928^17006+1 27715*928^17014+1 6487*928^17045+1 25917*928^17088+1 268*928^17136+1 2470*928^17165+1 13960*928^17268+1 14775*928^17478+1 3966*928^17500+1 17341*928^17583+1 21475*928^17614+1 6909*928^17782+1 2119*928^17898+1 363*928^17998+1 [/CODE] Continuing. 
R837
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R837 tested to n=25k
Scripting to n=5k left 30k's LLR to n=25k found 13k's > 17k's remaining. Base released. 
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S1021 Completed to n=50K
1786*1021^42066+1 is Prime 1278*1021^44186+1 is Prime 11k's remain Base released. 
R875
R875 tested n=25K100K
50*875^532541 is prime 38*875^n1 is now a 1ker with a weight of 1847 Results emailed  Base released 
R698 update
R698 tested n=50k to n=100k.
2 primes found: 26*698^534741 196*698^547371 17 k's remaining. Results emailed. Going on to n=150k. 
[QUOTE=PuzzlePeter;254536]R698 tested n=50k to n=100k.
2 primes found: 26*698^534741 196*698^547371 17 k's remaining. Results emailed. Going on to n=150k.[/QUOTE] Peter, Per [URL="http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=251662&postcount=1046"]this post[/URL], you had 21 k's remaining at n=50K. The 2 primes here leaves 19 k's remaining at n=100K (vs. 17). Doing a balancing of everything confirms that there were 32 k's remaining at n=5K and 13 k's with a prime for n=5K100K so indeed there are 19 k's remaining. 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;254576]Peter,
Per [URL="http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=251662&postcount=1046"]this post[/URL], you had 21 k's remaining at n=50K. The 2 primes here leaves 19 k's remaining at n=100K (vs. 17). Doing a balancing of everything confirms that there were 32 k's remaining at n=5K and 13 k's with a prime for n=5K100K so indeed there are 19 k's remaining.[/QUOTE] You are right of course. I had 19 remaining k's in mind and for some reason subtracted the two newly found ones again. Sorry for the confusion! 
R625
Reserving the 91k's that are at n=15K to n=25K

R1029
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26*1029^n1 tested from n=100k to n=200k nothing found.
Results plus sieve file attached. Sieve file goes up to n=1M, sieved to P=10e12. Base released. 
Reservations
More 1ker's
Reserving S797, S914, R566, R650 and R706 to n=200K 
Reserving S841 to n=25K.

[QUOTE=MyDogBuster;254797]Reserving the 91k's that are at n=15K to n=25K[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;255306]Reserving S841 to n=25K.[/QUOTE] Suggestion (from old times): For these, try the speed of tests in bases 5 and 29, resp. Example: [CODE]852*625^150071 is composite: RES64: [E5A0E1CE02AF5DAB] (32.6333s+0.0003s) 852*625^150131 is composite: RES64: [BA3CA43E48807023] (32.5645s+0.0004s) 852*625^150141 is composite: RES64: [48B305268B6A1153] (32.6947s+0.0005s) 852*625^150231 is composite: RES64: [CCC088F9BE01EC40] (32.5024s+0.0004s) vs. (an equivalent task) 852*5^600281 is composite: RES64: [E5A0E1CE02AF5DAB] (15.5125s+0.0003s) 852*5^600521 is composite: RES64: [BA3CA43E48807023] (15.5065s+0.0004s) 852*5^600561 is composite: RES64: [48B305268B6A1153] (15.4888s+0.0005s) 852*5^600921 is composite: RES64: [CCC088F9BE01EC40] (18.0302s+0.0004s) [/CODE] My 2c. 
Sierp 928
S928 complete to n=19k
[CODE]6541*928^18105+1 5908*928^18311+1 19336*928^18275+1 21258*928^18296+1 20796*928^18617+1 25863*928^18971+1 18871*928^18509+1 17106*928^18617+1 16431*928^18809+1 [/CODE] Nine primes. Continuing. 
R927
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R927 done to n=25k
scripting to n=5k left 110 k's 35 primes found for 5001<n<25000 > 75 k's remaining. Files attached, base released. 
R887
R887 tested n=25K100K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
I would like to reserve R530 to n=50K

R625
R625 tested 15K25K
9 primes found  82 remain Results emailed  Base released 
R945
R945 tested n=25K100K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
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R530 is complete to n=50K
No primes. Attached are the results and a sieve file to n=100K 
R964
R964 tested n=25K100K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
S987
S987 tested nn=25K100K
92*987^28564+1 is prime 142*987^45547+1 is prime Conjecture proven Results emailed  Base released Nice ck of 170 
R1021
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174*1021^1218801 is prime!
Conjecture proven 
R642
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R642 tested to n=25k
Scripting to n=2000 left 183 k's 91 primes found from n=2001 to 25000 92 k's remaining Base released 
S875
S875 tested n=25K100K
38*875^52517+1 is prime 4*875^n+1 is now a 1ker with a weight of 1231 Results emailed  Base released 
Sierp 928
Sierpinski 928 is complete to n=20K (hurrah!)
8 primes. [CODE]13011*928^19341+1 15571*928^19516+1 1231*928^19879+1 27349*928^19055+1 24841*928^19179+1 26986*928^19569+1 25663*928^19928+1 24595*928^19966+1[/CODE] Results emailed, continuing. (Not dead yet.) 
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R830 complete to n=25K. 13 k remain.
Base released. Primes found and remaining k are attatched. 
Reserving R998 to n=100k

S682 S862
Reserving S682 and S862 as new to n=25K

S583 S787
Reserving as new S583 and S787 to n=25K

Coming back
Reserving R1029 to n=250k, maybe higher.

S883
S883 tested n=33K100K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
R502 S502
Reserving R502 & S502 as new to n=25K

R988
R988 tested n25K100K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
S618
Sierp Base 618
Conjectured k = 3995 Covering Set = 7, 37, 211 Trivial Factors k == 616 mod 617(617) Found Primes: 3886k's  File emailed Remaining: 98k's  Tested to n=25K  File emailed Trivial Factor Eliminations: 6k's MOB Eliminations: 2k's  File emailed GFN's: 1k  File emailed 618 Base Released 
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R1025 tested to n=250k, nothing found. Going on to n=500k.

R995
R995 tested n=25K100K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
S1001
S1001 tested n=40K100K
110*1001^41547+1 is prime 46*1001^50860+1 is prime Conjecture proven Results emailed  Base released ck of 166 
S887
S887 tested n=25K100K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
S787
Sierp Base 787
Conjectured k = 7684 Covering Set = 5, 7, 13, 19, 197 Trivial Factors k == 1 mod 2(2) and k == 2 mod 3(3) and k == 130 mod 131(131) Found Primes: 2489k's  File emailed Remaining: 51k's  Tested to n=25K  File emailed Trivial Factor Eliminations: 1300k's MOB Eliminations: 1k  File emailed 3148 Base Released 
Reservations
Reserving as new S795 & S840 to n=25K

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