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Originally Posted by MiniGeek
Okay, I will. In the mean time, some statistics from what I've got so far:
I've reserved two ranges, one with ~12K candidates, and one with ~25K. At the current rate for the smaller file, it would be 3.26 days, but it will be slowing as n increases (currently at n=~135700 and ~30 seconds per candidate at 7K used FFT).
For the larger file, it's currently coming out to 4.82 days, but of course will slow as well (currently n=~124400, switching between ~20 and ~27 seconds with switching between 6K and 7K FFTs).
I think it's still too early to tell if the files are too large or not.

OK, then I expect you to figure exactly what it will take assuming that the LLR time increases by the square of the nrange. lol
It's actually more complicated then that and related to FFTlen jumps but it should give a close estimate because over the long run LLR time DOES increase with the square of the nrange. I'll have a try at some calculations.
Gary