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Old 2013-08-22, 07:31   #23
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Do you know what the limits of the software are? Max p-value? If a 3M range is much more efficient than 2M, would a 4M or 5M range be yet more efficient?

Since 6-9M has barely started, it may be wiser to do 6-10M or even 6-12M for greater efficiency. Is there a reason not to run a bigger n-range?

One more idea: It may make sense to stop this sieve now, run 6-9M until 300P, and then add 5-6M to the 6-9M sieve and continue with 5-9M up to 800P or more. I thought this should have been done with 2-3M added in to 3-6M from 100P to 150P.
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I shall check how much we can sieve.

Think about that we sieve for DC !!

We test all proth k's 3<k<10000

We sieve riesel/sierp (+1/-1) 5<k<10000 3M<n<6M. I have todo some tests if we can sieve more but I think some older card can't do that.

We also sieve 6M<n<9M manually now. http://home.comcast.net/~jimb_primegrid/ppr9M/

So if you calculate with DC you will see that we have lot of sieving left before we reach optimum


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Old 2013-08-22, 17:33   #24
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Well folks, there you go. If they consider just the proth side for "optimal", since the riesel side is not their interest, optimal is around 700P.

Wow.
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Old 2013-09-10, 12:01   #25
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Here's a question, Riesel Side.

k=9 already tested to 5M
k=11 already tested to 4M
k=19 already tested to 5M
k=23 already tested to 5M
k=29 already tested to 4M
k=63 already tested to 4M
etc

Wouldn't be wise to take these k's from the sieve file? How much speed would be gained? For proth side a few k´s below 300 probably are also done to 4M and 5M.

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Edit: just asking.

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Old 2013-09-10, 12:26   #26
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Here's a question.

k=9 already tested to 5M
k=11 already tested to 4M
k=19 already tested to 5M
k=23 already tested to 5M
k=29 already tested to 4M
k=63 already tested to 4M
etc

Wouldn't be wise to take these k's from the sieve file? How much speed would be gained? For proth side a few k´s below 300 probably are also done to 4M and 5M.

Carlos

We do not use any sievefile. We sieve 5<k<9999 3M<n<6M in a given P range.
It is not faster with a sievefile and lets say you have 2000 computer downloading ~300Mb every month.

Even if we sieved with a sievefile those k you say we should remove will not make any speedincrease anyone would notice.

There are 4998 k's both +1 and -1 so removing those k's will not make any difference.


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Old 2013-09-10, 13:05   #27
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I completely forgot you guys don't use a sieve dat file on the GPU sieving.
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Old 2013-09-24, 10:37   #28
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New files uploaded current as of 2013-09-23

http://home.comcast.net/~jimb_primegrid/rsp/
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Old 2013-09-24, 13:08   #29
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New files uploaded current as of 2013-09-23

http://home.comcast.net/~jimb_primegrid/rsp/
Thanks for the information. The links in the top post of this thread are updated.
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Old 2013-10-30, 09:50   #30
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Thomas, will you update first post?

New files uploaded current as of 2013-10-29

http://home.comcast.net/~jimb_primegrid/rsp/
http://primesearchteam.com/showthread.php?t=62
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Thomas, will you update first post?
Done...
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Old 2013-12-02, 10:26   #32
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New files uploaded current as of 2013-11-30

http://home.comcast.net/~jimb_primegrid/rsp/
http://primesearchteam.com/showthread.php?t=62
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New files uploaded current as of 2013-12-31

http://home.comcast.net/~jimb_primegrid/rsp/
http://primesearchteam.com/showthread.php?t=62
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