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Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2010-01-13, 16:51
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Posted By mdettweiler
It's probably not so much about the base as it is...

It's probably not so much about the base as it is about the fact that CRUS's k's are extremely biased towards the low-weight end of the spectrum: after all, there's a reason why they've held on as...
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2009-05-10, 15:14
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Posted By mdettweiler
:w00t: :w00t: :w00t: :w00t: :w00t: Much...

:w00t: :w00t: :w00t: :w00t: :w00t:

Much thanks to all of our searchers who helped us accomplish this long before we originally had expected! :big grin:
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2009-05-03, 21:51
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Posted By mdettweiler
Indeed--it's amazing to think that it took us...

Indeed--it's amazing to think that it took us MONTHS to do the same range for the same number of k's in the 1st Drive (k=400-1001)! And this one went by in only a bit more than a month! :w00t:
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2009-05-03, 03:02
Replies: 687
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Posted By mdettweiler
A little tip about this: hover your mouse pointer...

A little tip about this: hover your mouse pointer over a thread on the forum listing and it will show the first bunch of lines in the thread as a tooltip. This should definitely include the line...
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2009-04-27, 06:48
Replies: 687
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Posted By mdettweiler
Added 87906...

Added 87906 (http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=87906) : 1965*2^575717-1 (173312 digits)
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2009-04-23, 00:09
Replies: 687
Views: 40,722
Posted By mdettweiler
Regarding everything evening out in the long run:...

Regarding everything evening out in the long run: ah, if only it would do that for me! It seems that I'm hitting all the primeless areas and everyone else is picking the primes out from in between...
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2009-04-22, 15:46
Replies: 687
Views: 40,722
Posted By mdettweiler
Note: with the recent changes, this will now be...

Note: with the recent changes, this will now be "NPLB, Srsieve" in the input field instead of "PrimeSearch, Srsieve".

(That is, unless that hasn't been changed over just yet with all the...
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2009-04-19, 18:18
Replies: 687
Views: 40,722
Posted By mdettweiler
Added 87758...

Added 87758 (http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=87758) : 1755*2^547056-1 (164684 digits)
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2009-02-07, 11:43
Replies: 687
Views: 40,722
Posted By mdettweiler
Unfortunately, not at this time. We've discussed...

Unfortunately, not at this time. We've discussed the possibility of including manual results in the database a couple of times, but it's never come to fruition due to logistical problems.

However,...
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2009-02-03, 00:48
Replies: 687
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Posted By mdettweiler
Okay, I've updated and checked everything and the...

Okay, I've updated and checked everything and the only one that wasn't reported everywhere it's supposed to be is the following:

1791*2^433299-1

It's listed on the Drive #8 as a...
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2009-02-01, 00:03
Replies: 687
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Posted By mdettweiler
Having a prime such as this at the top of the...

Having a prime such as this at the top of the known-primes list is by no means uncommon. After all, they're listed in sequential order, and we're processing them in sequential order on the server, so...
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2009-01-31, 03:05
Replies: 687
Views: 40,722
Posted By mdettweiler
:party:

:party:
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2009-01-28, 22:55
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Posted By mdettweiler
1935*2^421982-1 confirmed prime

1935*2^421982-1 confirmed prime
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2009-01-28, 06:09
Replies: 687
Views: 40,722
Posted By mdettweiler
1671*2^418847-1 is prime (new)...

1671*2^418847-1 is prime (new) (http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=86441)

Edit: Hey, I just noticed that this prime is exactly n=100 away from the prime right below it, 1965*2^418747-1...
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