Checkout Thread
Go to [url]http://home.earthlink.net/~elevensmooth/Billion.html[/url] to check an exponent out.

Thanks to the magic of DNS, you can use the simpler URL [url]http://ElevenSmooth.com/Billion.html[/url] to see what exponents are available.
To check them out, post a message on this thread telling us which exponents you are taking and how far you intend to test them. You can also download the trial factoring program from that page. William 
I would like too seive 3321930371 from 69 too 70.
Being new hopefully doing this right. If not PM me. I usually check the boards every day. Thank You Rick_E 
I have another old offline box that I would like to take 3321930613 to 69bits.
Thanks :confused: Rick_E Err: My other reservation is 80% done these are both pII's 
[QUOTE=Rick_E]My other reservation is 80% done these are both pII's[/QUOTE]
I think it makes sense to use PII's on this. All my work is done using a Ppro. I prefer to use more modern hardware on more serious projects. William 
Kinda fun watching these old boxes working again....just caught the drift of reaching 73 bits.
Would like: 3321928777 to 73bits. Would like: 3321928927 to 73bits. Would like: 3321928963 to 73bits. Thanks Rick_E PS. Anyone knowing or haveing a project these boxes would help just post. After this marathon I'll change them over. 2 PII 400's also 2 amd K62 500's kinda over the hill..... :sad: 
[QUOTE=Rick_E]
PS. Anyone knowing or haveing a project these boxes would help just post. After this marathon I'll change them over. 2 PII 400's also 2 amd K62 500's kinda over the hill..... :sad:[/QUOTE] FermatSearch? :innocent: Luigi 
[QUOTE=ET_]FermatSearch? :innocent:
Luigi[/QUOTE] [url]www.fermatsearch.org[/url] if it's online.... :innocent: 
[QUOTE=Andreas Schinde][url]www.fermatsearch.org[/url] if it's online.... :innocent:[/QUOTE]
I will setup a backup system on moregimps this weekend :redface: Anyway, submitted results are updated and the search IS going on, though the server is not online. Luigi 
Because of a lack of contact from the 2 parties involved, I will take the following 2 expos to 69.
3321928381 3321928483 
I would like to reserve
3321931163 from 60 to 69 Thomas :coffee: 
Reserving 3321928699 from 69 to 70 bits
Luigi 
3321931037 to 66, expect results in under a day.

I already started this and I posted my current results in the results thread.
M3321931099 2^70 I reserve. 
I will reserve
M3321931111 as well. (to 2^73) does anyone know how many digits 2^73 is? Or 2^a similar sized number? 
[QUOTE=Joshua2]I will reserve
M3321931111 as well. (to 2^73) does anyone know how many digits 2^73 is? Or 2^a similar sized number?[/QUOTE] Around 22 digits. Luigi 
3321931057 to 66
3321931061 to 66 
I will check out M3321931243 to 2^70

Carlo reserved 3321931363 from 60 to 72 bits.

I am still here... :)
Just for your concern...
**console output of factor3_2.exe** Resuming factoring of [B]3321930173[/B] up to 2^69... k=14199499783, d=94334380426387023319 _________ 66.354 bit depth Cu again.. :flex: 
[QUOTE=wakko]Just for your concern...
**console output of factor3_2.exe** Resuming factoring of [B]3321930173[/B] up to 2^69... k=14199499783, d=94334380426387023319 _________ 66.354 bit depth Cu again.. :flex:[/QUOTE] Wait a minute... That number has ALREADY been factored up to 69 bits! Luigi 
..!
[QUOTE=ET_]Wait a minute...
That number has ALREADY been factored up to 69 bits! Luigi[/QUOTE] I used this address [B][url]http://home.earthlink.net/~elevensmooth/Billion.html[/url][/B] and at that time this number was not taken... Does anyone updates that page? 
[QUOTE=Aitsen]New results.
M3321930173 no factor from 2^60 to 2^69. M3321930211 no factor from 2^60 to 2^69. ......................... Cheers, Andres[/QUOTE] William Blipp's site looks upto date. 3321931037 is available from 66 upward. 
[QUOTE=wakko]I used this address [B][url]http://elevensmooth.com/Billion.html[/url][/B] and at that time this number was not taken...
Does anyone updates that page?[/QUOTE] I try to keep the page current. We discussed the fact that 3321930173 was already trialfactored to 2[sup]69[/sup] in [URL=http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=3338]this thread[/URL] . Luigi suggested that you factor from 2[sup]69[/sup] to 2[sup]70[/sup], and you appeared to agree with him. William 
I'm reserving 2
3321931267 3321931289 to 73 
[QUOTE=wblipp]I try to keep the page current.
We discussed the fact that 3321930173 was already trialfactored to 2[sup]69[/sup] in [URL=http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=3338]this thread[/URL] . Luigi suggested that you factor from 2[sup]69[/sup] to 2[sup]70[/sup], and you appeared to agree with him. William[/QUOTE] In the thread you mention I agreed for my mistake about confusing thw word _digit_ with _bits_ Anyway.. no big deal... I will continue factor this exponent from [B]69[/B] to [B]70[/B], as you Luigi suggested in the first place.. Cu around. 
Just an update: 3321928777 to 73bits.
3321928927 to 73bits. 3321928963 to 73bits. All are at 50% done hopefully have them for the new year. I'm whippen dem old boxen :rolleyes: Greetings to all Rick 
Testing out my new 2.4 Ghz Athlon :w00t: :
I will take 3321931919 to 70. Thomas :coffee: 
Matteo Monti requested the following range:
2[sup]3321931993[/sup]  1, from 64 to 66 bits. Luigi 
3321931037 66
3321931043 65 3321931057 66 3321931061 66 I'll push these up to 2^71 at least.... 
M3321931993 from 2^66 to 2^68
Matteo Monti 
3321931429 from 64 to 72 bit
reserved by Carlo 
[QUOTE=Joshua2]I will take these two from 64 to 66
3321931601 3321931619[/QUOTE] I will take all other unreserved in the current range upto 66. BTW is it time yet to open up more range? 
[QUOTE=Uncwilly]BTW is it time yet to open up more range?[/QUOTE]
New ranges usually result in a flurry of updates, and I won't be able to do any updates until next Friday, so let's hold off another week. 
[QUOTE=wblipp]New ranges usually result in a flurry of updates, and I won't be able to do any updates until next Friday, so let's hold off another week.[/QUOTE]
Agree. What about February? :wink: Luigi 
I'll work on 3321929041 to 71 bits, and 3321929053 also to 71 bits.
It makes me sad to see the dips in the early part of the progress chart, so I'll patch them. P3500 working on them 245. (work requires computers turned off over weekends) Curtis 
[QUOTE=VBCurtis]I'll work on 3321929041 to 71 bits, and 3321929053 also to 71 bits.
It makes me sad to see the dips in the early part of the progress chart, so I'll patch them. P3500 working on them 245. (work requires computers turned off over weekends) Curtis[/QUOTE] Thank you Curtis. I'll update the status list later. Anyway, I think that Uncwilly could help you with 100MDP Luigi 
Carlo reserved 3321931433 from 66 to 72 bits
Luigi 
[QUOTE=wakko]In the thread you mention I agreed for my mistake about confusing thw word _digit_ with _bits_
Anyway.. no big deal... I will continue factor this exponent from [B]69[/B] to [B]70[/B], as you Luigi suggested in the first place.. Cu around.[/QUOTE] Wakko, are you still working on 3321930173 from 69 to 70 bits? Or would you like to unreserve your esponent? Luigi 
3321932953 from 60 to 65 bits reserved

3321932947 from 60 to 63

I started a third machine on Operation Billion Digits; I'm reserving the following three numbers to 66 bits:
3321932093 3321932111 3321932123 After 6 years of GIMPS working longer for fewer results, it's really entertaining to get results on these old slow machines thanks to Luigi and UncWilly for administering OBD and the 100M digit search. Curtis 
[B]Matteo Monti[/B] wrote:
3321932767 from 60 to 67 
3321932143, 3321932161, and 3321932179 from 60 to 66 bits.
Curtis 
3321932567 reserved from 60 to 67 bits
Luigi 
3321932359 & 3321932443 to 66

Extending my previous work beyond 66 bits it went faster than I planned, so I'll run 'em deeper.
3321932093 to 68 bits 3321932111 to 68 bits 3321932123 to 68 bits 3321932143 to 68 bits (mentioned in my results msg) Assuming I don't find a factor before 66 bits, I'll also continue the other two I have checked out to 68: 3321932161 3321932179 Curtis 
[QUOTE=VBCurtis]Extending my previous work beyond 66 bits it went faster than I planned, so I'll run 'em deeper.
3321932093 to 68 bits 3321932111 to 68 bits 3321932123 to 68 bits 3321932143 to 68 bits (mentioned in my results msg) Assuming I don't find a factor before 66 bits, I'll also continue the other two I have checked out to 68: 3321932161 3321932179 Curtis[/QUOTE] Did you finish 3321932123 from 60 to 66? Luigi :help: 
3321932909 from 60 to 68 bits
Matteo & Luigi 
[QUOTE=ET_]Did you finish 3321932123 from 60 to 66?
Luigi :help:[/QUOTE] Whoops, forgot to post that. 3321932123 and 3321932161 both done to 66, both continuing to 68. Curtis 
3321932899 from 60 to 69 bits
Luigi 
3321930977 from 67 to 70.
Curtis 
3321932359 to 69
3321932443 to 69 3321932491 to 69 Curtis 
M3321931433 from 72 bits to 73 bits
Carlo 
3321932111 continuing to 71 bits.
3321932161 continuing to 71 bits. Both were reserved to 69 previously; both are nearly done, and I'll set those two machines to continue. Curtis 
Sieving 3321932819 to 63 so all nonactive numbers will be up to 2^63 :).

3321932819 sieved to 66 and continuing to 67.
Sieving 3321932869 to 67. 
I will take M3321932969, M3321932947, and M3321931513 to 67.

I will take M3321931531, M3321931601, M3321931619, M3321931637, M3321931777, and M3321931793 to 67.
Going to get to the top cruncher position! :bounce: 
I will take M3321931819, M3321931829, M3321931931, M3321931967, and M3321931969 to 67.

I will take M3321929059 and M 3321929113 from 69 to 70 bits.
Luigi 
I will take M3321931513, M3321931531, M3321931601, M3321931619, and M3321931637 from 67 to 68.

I will take 3321931777, 3321931819, 3321931829, 3321931931, 3321931967, and 3321931969 from 67 to 68.

I will take
3321932093 3321932123 3321932143 from 69 to 71 Cedric 
[QUOTE=CedricVonck]I will take
3321932093 3321932123 3321932143 from 69 to 71 Cedric[/QUOTE] I am returning these numbers. 
3321929179 from 69 to 71 bits
Luigi & Matteo 
3321929929 from 69 to 71 bits
Luigi & Matteo 
3321929173 from 69 to 71 bits
Luigi & Matteo 
3321929519 from 69 to 71 bits
Luigi & Matteo 
3321928241 from 73.000 to 73.250, using the new factor4. Maybe we can all work together to get them up to 74 bits.

[QUOTE=Joshua2]3321928241 from 73.000 to 73.250, using the new factor4. Maybe we can all work together to get them up to 74 bits.[/QUOTE]
I'm working on 3321928171, 73 to 74 bits, and am at 73.500 bits already. If you start spanning bits into decimals I need rewriting the reservation and crediting code in the statistics page. Luigi 
Besides the problems I posted in the Factor4news page. My factor4 started stackdumping, so I will cancel everything in this project. Going to 15k mostly.
Thanks. 
Hi,
Taking 3321928373 from 70 bits to 72 bits. My machine is an AMD 64 3000+. I don't know if it is alot of work. So what's the estimated time to finish it? (This is my first time so I don't know if I done everything well) Carlos 
I hope I'm doing everything right now. I'll take M3321928381.

3321928241 from 73 to 74 bits.

[QUOTE=gribozavr]I hope I'm doing everything right now. I'll take M3321928381.[/QUOTE]
70 to 72 bits? Luigi 
[QUOTE=ET_]70 to 72 bits?[/QUOTE]
I take M3321928381 from 70 to 73 bits: it is going on pretty quickly (from 70.0 to 70.450 in 400 minutes). 
M3321928373 from 70 bits to 72 bits is almost done and I would like to take it to 74 bits.
Also reserving the following numbers: 3321932567 from 67 to 71 3321932767 from 67 to 71 3321932819 from 68 to 71 3321932869 from 67 to 71 3321932899 from 69 to 71 3321932909 from 68 to 71 3321932947 from 67 to 71 3321932969 from 67 to 71 Cheers, Carlos 
Luigi,
You have your inbox full so I sent you an email. Carlos PS(Then you can delete this post) 
M3321928373 no factor from 70.000 bits to 72.000 bits (going to 74 bits)
M3321932567 no factor from 67.000 bits to 69.000 bits (going to 71 bits) Carlos 
For a friend.
Taking: M3321931931 from 68 to 71 bits M3321931967 from 68 to 71 bits Carlos 
M3321932567 no factor from 67.000 bits to 71.000 bits

M3321932767 no factor from 67.000 bits to 71.000 bits.

[QUOTE=em99010pepe]M3321932567 no factor from 67.000 bits to 71.000 bits[/QUOTE]
I guess you meant M3321932767... Luigi 
Luigi,
Check again your post. Yesterday I finished M3321932567_67_71 and today M3321932767_67_71. Now I am crunching M3321932819_68_71. Carlos 
[QUOTE=em99010pepe]Luigi,
Check again your post. Yesterday I finished M3321932567_67_71 and today M3321932767_67_71. Now I am crunching M3321932819_68_71. Carlos[/QUOTE] Shame on me :redface: I had already cleared M3321932567_67_71 yesterday... :blush: Luigi 
Luigi,
Don't worry. I will keep crunching! Carlos 
M3321931967 no factor from 68.000 bits to 72.000 bits.
M3321931931 no factor from 68.000 bits to 72.000 bits. Luigi, As I said my friend took the numbers up to 72 bits instead of 71 bits. Carlos 
Luigi,
I get this in the results.txt files. Two lines. M3321932819 has a factor: 1007888292499695040151 M3321932819 no factor from 68.000 bits to 71.000 bits Cheers, Carlos 
I suppose I have two lines in the txt file because once I had to stop the client to record a DVD.
Carlos 
Congratulations Carlos, you found a Mersenne factor! :showoff:
Luigi 
Thanks Luigi. Here's another result:
M3321932869 no factor from 67.000 bits to 71.000 bits. Carlos 
M3321932899 no factor from 69.000 bits to 71.000 bits.
Carlos 
I would like to take 3321931513 from 68 to 71. To do this i enter 3321931513, 68, and 71 into the program right? This is my first go.

[QUOTE=ellisonch]I would like to take 3321931513 from 68 to 71. To do this i enter 3321931513, 68, and 71 into the program right? This is my first go.[/QUOTE]
Correct! :wink: Luigi 
M3321931993 from 68 to 70 bits.
Matteo & Luigi 
Hey Luigi,
You should take that number up to 71 bits. Hehe. My result for today: M3321932909 no factor from 68.000 bits to 71.000 bits. Starting M3321932947_67_71. Carlos 
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