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 Forum: Riesel Prime Search 2020-11-04, 06:56 Replies: 1,955 Views: 187,099 Posted By kuratkull 195*2^4373994-1 is prime! (1316706 digits) ... 195*2^4373994-1 is prime! (1316706 digits) https://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=131376 Non-essential fun facts: 1) k=195 is the highest Nash weight k in RSP k<300, with a weight of...
 Forum: Riesel Prime Search 2020-09-21, 05:55 Replies: 1,000 Views: 114,449 Posted By kuratkull 3 month update: k=193 at n=4.2M k=195 at... 3 month update: k=193 at n=4.2M k=195 at n=4.2M k=197 at n=4.2M continuing all (rieselprime.de updated)
 Forum: Riesel Prime Search 2020-07-02, 12:33 Replies: 399 Views: 53,060 Posted By kuratkull llrCUDA works, I have been running one for... llrCUDA works, I have been running one for months. But it's slow, much slower than a CPU in the same class . I am getting 1.1ms per iteration on n=3.8M on a 1080TI While the same n is getting 0.271...
 Forum: Riesel Prime Search 2020-06-11, 14:11 Replies: 1,000 Views: 114,449 Posted By kuratkull 3 month update: k=193 at n=3.7M k=195 at... 3 month update: k=193 at n=3.7M k=195 at n=3.7M k=197 at n=3.7M continuing all (will also update and link from rieselprime.de)
 Forum: PrimeNet 2020-05-19, 06:17 Replies: 4 Views: 1,827 Posted By kuratkull I can appreciate strict primality over PRP of... I can appreciate strict primality over PRP of course. But I would like to point out that the likelihood PRPs the size of this specific number being Fermat liars is in the neighborhood of 10-50000. So...
 Forum: Hardware 2020-04-30, 16:03 Replies: 3 Views: 1,349 Posted By kuratkull Take a bunch of reasonably sized primes from... Take a bunch of reasonably sized primes from Top5k or from the forums and run them.
 Forum: Software 2020-04-22, 06:21 Replies: 287 Views: 43,667 Posted By kuratkull Printing Carriage Return instead of the Newline... Printing Carriage Return instead of the Newline symbol does that to a line. Also I wouldn't say "Probabilistic vs Deterministic" is the reason we use the LLR test vs the Fermat test. The LLR test is...
 Forum: Cloud Computing 2020-04-14, 14:07 Replies: 1,123 Views: 74,658 Posted By kuratkull Indeed it randomly notifies about the lapsing of... Indeed it randomly notifies about the lapsing of the 10-12 hours by saying my session was inactive, though of course it wasn't. I think it's just a mistake on their part. I have an automated setup...
 Forum: Cloud Computing 2020-04-13, 06:32 Replies: 43 Views: 6,453 Posted By kuratkull I am sure Google tries its best so that users... I am sure Google tries its best so that users wouldn't see that. But I can see how instances could be unavailable for a short time in times of congestion. Other than that one brief time when it...
 Forum: Cloud Computing 2020-04-08, 14:55 Replies: 43 Views: 6,453 Posted By kuratkull Just happened to both of my accounts. Got... Just happened to both of my accounts. Got backends again a short time later.
 Forum: GPU to 72 2020-04-07, 15:27 Replies: 208 Views: 23,338 Posted By kuratkull Just a note: You can not (usually) copyright a... Just a note: You can not (usually) copyright a word/name. A word/name needs a (possibly registered) trademark. What you may have on your hands with GPU72 is a...
 Forum: Cloud Computing 2020-04-07, 08:02 Replies: 43 Views: 6,453 Posted By kuratkull CPU instances (for LLR64) have been... CPU instances (for LLR64) have been stable/predictable for the last couple of weeks. I use two accounts with 4 instances each. They both get about 12 hours of runtime a day. Both accounts expire and...
 Forum: Prime Wiki 2020-04-03, 21:37 Replies: 199 Sticky: Prime-Wiki Views: 31,513 Posted By kuratkull My previous comment was actually distressed about... My previous comment was actually distressed about the suggestion of removing the k<300 table. That table seems very well defined and grows slowly. On the other hand the table for 'all' k's is indeed...
 Forum: Prime Wiki 2020-04-03, 18:29 Replies: 199 Sticky: Prime-Wiki Views: 31,513 Posted By kuratkull The table is the most useful thing in the whole... The table is the most useful thing in the whole wiki. It allows visual analysis and is just beautiful to look at. The HTML for the list of all Riesel k's is 50KB. That's nothing, your average cat...
 Forum: Information & Answers 2020-03-21, 14:35 Replies: 12 Views: 3,369 Posted By kuratkull Why would it be less than 100%? You want it to do... Why would it be less than 100%? You want it to do work, so it does work on the cores you give to it.
 Forum: Software 2020-03-20, 14:46 Replies: 14 Views: 3,681 Posted By kuratkull Hi, just to chip in about CPU issues. The... Hi, just to chip in about CPU issues. The GenuineIntel doesn't matter, all CPU's are genuine. Nobody makes "counterfeit Intel CPUs", well not working ones at least. To know if it's an ES you can look...
 Forum: Programming 2020-03-18, 14:29 Replies: 51 Views: 14,170 Posted By kuratkull R.D. Silverman - I think you mixed me up with the... R.D. Silverman - I think you mixed me up with the OP. I am not trying to implement anything, I already did: https://github.com/dkull/rpt Most of the stuff you commented on was left out/ignored for...
 Forum: Programming 2020-03-18, 13:41 Replies: 51 Views: 14,170 Posted By kuratkull Doing some back-of-the-napkin math here, which... Doing some back-of-the-napkin math here, which might not be correct - I am not a mathematician, but a software engineer. We have N=2^n-1. Let's assume n "tries" to get 1 as a result of the mod...
 Forum: Programming 2020-03-17, 13:23 Replies: 51 Views: 14,170 Posted By kuratkull Prime95, LLR64, and even my own implementation... Prime95, LLR64, and even my own implementation use the gwnum library for the core multiplication/subtraction/modulus, not the builtin %, which works only on native ints. Before I wrote my final...
 Forum: Programming 2020-03-17, 12:28 Replies: 51 Views: 14,170 Posted By kuratkull This interests me too because I implemented the... This interests me too because I implemented the LLR test (for Riesel primes, but works on Mersenne primes too, just set k=1 )[ https://github.com/dkull/rpt/ ] (https://github.com/dkull/rpt]) and...
 Forum: Riesel Prime Search 2020-03-15, 10:23 Replies: 23 Views: 6,433 Posted By kuratkull Haha, at dying on k=1. It's so crazy it might... Haha, at dying on k=1. It's so crazy it might just work. Or I just print out a special warning when using k=1. Though the license does not put the burden of notifying the user on me. Also...
 Forum: Lounge 2020-03-14, 15:36 Replies: 165 Views: 21,622 Posted By kuratkull Thanks for reminding it. Happy pi day! Thanks for reminding it. Happy pi day!
 Forum: Riesel Prime Search 2020-03-14, 10:26 Replies: 23 Views: 6,433 Posted By kuratkull I would have written the same if the license said... I would have written the same if the license said that you have to perform an interpretive dance in public when you find a prime.They have a strange license because they do not ask me to notify the...
 Forum: Riesel Prime Search 2020-03-14, 01:16 Replies: 23 Views: 6,433 Posted By kuratkull I didn't translate nor copy his code in any even... I didn't translate nor copy his code in any even barely attributable capacity, so this is not an issue.
 Forum: Riesel Prime Search 2020-03-13, 22:30 Replies: 23 Views: 6,433 Posted By kuratkull I am not bundling any third party code and I have... I am not bundling any third party code and I have not copied code from LLR64, so RPT is completely mine. I think only the compiled binary is suhject to the licenses, because the executable contains...
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