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 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-12-10, 00:11 Replies: 792 Sticky: Sieving for CRUS Views: 98,206 Posted By rogue Increase -P! The time decreases mainly... Increase -P! The time decreases mainly because there are fewer factors to validate as p increases (and as there are fewer terms that remain). All non-algebraic factors are validated. That cannot...
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-12-09, 21:09 Replies: 792 Sticky: Sieving for CRUS Views: 98,206 Posted By rogue Please understand that we are not trying to... Please understand that we are not trying to berate you. We welcome your assistance on the project. We are just showing you how to use the tools in a way that maximize anything you contribute. If...
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-12-09, 19:48 Replies: 792 Sticky: Sieving for CRUS Views: 98,206 Posted By rogue Not only what Gary said, but the file you will be... Not only what Gary said, but the file you will be working with will be much smaller and you will not find as many factors that you have to throw out due to a smaller factor for the same term. The...
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-12-09, 17:40 Replies: 792 Sticky: Sieving for CRUS Views: 98,206 Posted By rogue Once you do the initial sieving to 1e9, then the... Once you do the initial sieving to 1e9, then the first instance will start with 1e9. All three instances will the output from the the initial sieving as their input.
 Forum: Software 2022-12-09, 13:51 Replies: 829 Views: 127,830 Posted By rogue This is not a valid use case for srsieve2. You... This is not a valid use case for srsieve2. You must pre-sieve all sequences to remove small terms before triggering the special logic which is used for larger p. You should never start sieving a...
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-12-09, 02:54 Replies: 792 Sticky: Sieving for CRUS Views: 98,206 Posted By rogue Yes, something like this: srsieve2cl -n... Yes, something like this: srsieve2cl -n 100e3 -N 250e3 -P 135e10 -g 16 -M 9000 -s "36*60^n-1" -s "1700*60^n-1" -s"4708*60^n-1" -s "5317*60^n-1" -s "5611*60^n-1" or srsieve2cl -n 100e3 -N...
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-12-08, 17:30 Replies: 792 Sticky: Sieving for CRUS Views: 98,206 Posted By rogue You just need to put all sequences into a single... You just need to put all sequences into a single file and specify the filename with -s or you can use -s multiple times on the same command line. If you have 100 sequences and do one k at a time...
 Forum: Software 2022-12-08, 17:26 Replies: 829 Views: 127,830 Posted By rogue Okay. I built on Windows 10. I do not have a... Okay. I built on Windows 10. I do not have a Windows 7 machine to build on and I'm not certain how to build a Windows 7 compatible binary. If you want to try your own build, then you will need to...
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-12-08, 14:06 Replies: 792 Sticky: Sieving for CRUS Views: 98,206 Posted By rogue I have sent Gary sieve files for: r247,... I have sent Gary sieve files for: r247, r250, r310, r312, r357, r375, r388, r465, r535, r660, r685, r838, r970, r975, r1005, r1018 s190, s303, s306, s357, s361, s385, s486, s537, s540, s575,...
 Forum: Software 2022-12-08, 04:15 Replies: 829 Views: 127,830 Posted By rogue I don't know what it would be looking for. Do... I don't know what it would be looking for. Do you have more details?
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-12-08, 04:15 Replies: 792 Sticky: Sieving for CRUS Views: 98,206 Posted By rogue I believe that the time for the test it is output... I believe that the time for the test it is output to a file in that directory.
 Forum: Software 2022-12-07, 20:16 Replies: 829 Views: 127,830 Posted By rogue If you try using a script with something built... If you try using a script with something built from the framework, but it doesn't work, please let me know and I will look into it. I would not expect the change to be difficult.
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-12-07, 20:15 Replies: 792 Sticky: Sieving for CRUS Views: 98,206 Posted By rogue I meant that the conjectures I am sieving are... I meant that the conjectures I am sieving are from n=10000 to n=25000. You are looking at one for n=100000 to n=250000. Run a test for k*b^200000+1 (+1 or -1 doesn't matter much) in llr for one...
 Forum: Soap Box 2022-12-07, 17:29 Replies: 101 Views: 8,298 Posted By rogue The ISLT has been thoroughly discredited by... The ISLT has been thoroughly discredited by people who understand the constitution, but we know that conservative members of SCOTUS don't have the same understanding. They will cherry pick what they...
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-12-07, 17:25 Replies: 792 Sticky: Sieving for CRUS Views: 98,206 Posted By rogue I do not, but I would not be surprised if it were... I do not, but I would not be surprised if it were higher than 1e12. I use 1e12 for conjectures with thousands of k for n to 25000. With such a high n, I would expect 1e13 or higher.
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-12-07, 03:09 Replies: 792 Sticky: Sieving for CRUS Views: 98,206 Posted By rogue Start here: ... Start here: http://www.noprimeleftbehind.net/crus/vstats_new/crus-unproven.htm Look for a conjecture that isn't reserved. Then go to ...
 Forum: Proth Prime Search 2022-12-06, 18:38 Replies: 2 Views: 224 Posted By rogue Take a look at the CRUS project. There are many... Take a look at the CRUS project. There are many options for sieving whether for a small number of k or a large number of k.
 Forum: Software 2022-12-06, 16:55 Replies: 829 Views: 127,830 Posted By rogue I see. It should only return 0 upon successful... I see. It should only return 0 upon successful completion, but I haven't verified that.
 Forum: Software 2022-12-06, 13:34 Replies: 829 Views: 127,830 Posted By rogue You make a good point, but I cannot speak for... You make a good point, but I cannot speak for what others are seeing because I haven't seen others post comparisons.
 Forum: Software 2022-12-06, 04:21 Replies: 829 Views: 127,830 Posted By rogue If you are on Windows, I posted a Windows build... If you are on Windows, I posted a Windows build of srsieve2cl which should resolve that. I haven't committed the code yet. I will take a look regarding BASE_MULTIPLE. There might be memory...
 Forum: Software 2022-12-06, 00:09 Replies: 829 Views: 127,830 Posted By rogue It will be zero upon successful completion. A... It will be zero upon successful completion. A FatalError (caught and output to the console) is -1. I'm not certain what assert() with exit with. I do not understand why you care. The error code...
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-12-05, 19:49 Replies: 792 Sticky: Sieving for CRUS Views: 98,206 Posted By rogue Sieving S180 from n=10000 to n=25000. Will... Sieving S180 from n=10000 to n=25000. Will complete to 1e12 by the end of the year, but don't know how deeply it will need to be sieved. Sieving R66 from n=25000 to n=50000. Since there are so...
 Forum: Software 2022-12-05, 19:27 Replies: 13 Views: 556 Posted By rogue AFAIK, llr2 does not do a PRP test. llr2 cannot... AFAIK, llr2 does not do a PRP test. llr2 cannot do a primality test on this number. So it might be PRP, but llr2 can't tell you because it didn't do a PRP test. If I am wrong about llr2...
 Forum: Software 2022-12-05, 19:24 Replies: 829 Views: 127,830 Posted By rogue For normal completion it will output the number... For normal completion it will output the number of terms written to the output file and the time it took to run. SEGFAULTs will just give you the command prompt without any of that. If that...
 Forum: Software 2022-12-05, 03:39 Replies: 829 Views: 127,830 Posted By rogue You should use -g to increase GPU primes per... You should use -g to increase GPU primes per worker as opposed to the number of GPU threads. The framework, at this time, does not support one executable running concurrently on multiple GPUs. ...
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