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Old 2004-04-21, 04:35   #5
dave_0273
 
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Status using the 20th April status files.

The first column is the range. For example, 8 represents 8M to 9M. The second column is the number of (unverified) exponents that haven't been p-1 tested.

Code:
           M        NUMBER
           1           0
           2           0
           3           0
           4           0
           5           0
           6           0
           7           0
           8           1
           9          74
          10         261
          11         837
          12        2678
          13         788
          14         904
          15         971
          16        1019
          17        1103
          18        1197
          19        1498
          20        1059
          21         439
          22         200
          23         124
          24           0
Same as above, but each range is only 0.1M and only showing from 12M-14M. For example, 12.2 represents the range of 12.2M to 12.3M. The third column shows the change in the number of exponents compared to the last status files.

Code:
0.1MRANGE NUMBER  CHANGE
    12.0    393     0
    12.1    411     0
    12.2    170  -178
    12.3      0     0
    12.4      0     0
    12.5    354     0
    12.6    351     0
    12.7    327     0
    12.8    375     0
    12.9    297     0
    13.0      0     0
    13.1      0     0
    13.2     25   -50
    13.3    126     0
    13.4    158     0
    13.5    104     0
    13.6     76     0
    13.7    125     0
    13.8     98     0
    13.9     76     0
This week was a pretty slow week for mersenne-aries. Most of my computers were helping out LHM so I didn't get a whole lot of p-1 work done. The 12.2-12.3M range is done, I just have to submit it.

Everything up to 12.5M is now on primenet available for doublechecking. I don't think that it is a good idea to work manually on ranges that are currently on primenet (due to the fact that work may be duplicated), so 12.0-12.2 will remain untouched by mersenne-aries. However, there are a number of people using the semi-automated method of p-1 testing so these exponents may still get p-1 tested yet.

As soon as I have finished my work with LMH, I will start work on the 12.5-12.6M range.

If you would like to help out mersenne-aries, just reserve on the of blocks of work in the forum by posting in it. However, I would suggest letting prime95 use a large amount of RAM so that proper bounds can be run during stage 2.
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