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Default Team drive #8 k=1400-2000 n=350K-500K

This is team drive #8 for No Prime Left Behind. We will be searching all k=1400-2000 for n=350K-500K.

Karsten (kar_bon) has created a web page that shows details for the drive here. He maintaines a site that has almost all known Riesel primes. There is a page for the range of 300<k<2000 here. The ranges searched and primes found from this project will be shown there.

An excellent LLRnet server will be processing a large part of the range. For general info. on setting up and running the server see this thread. The info. specific to the server that needs to be entered into your llr-clientconfig.txt file is:

server = "nplb.ironbits.net"
port = 8000

We have divided the manual files up into n=500 pieces. There should be an average of around 5700 candidates in each file and should take about 1-2 CPU weeks to test for the current level of n-ranges. Feel free to take as many files as you can complete in around 3-4 weeks.

Please report all reservations/statuses/completions for this drive in this thread. Please report all primes found in the 'Report all k=1003-2000 primes here' thread. Please post all results files in this thread or send them to me at: gbarnes017 at gmail dot com.

Please report all top-5000 primes with a project ID of 'PrimeSearch'.

New primes found from drive #8:
Code:
  Prime           found by
1887*2^499338-1   Flatlander
1885*2^498607-1   gamer007
1403*2^497854-1   PCZ
1595*2^497756-1   vaughan
1875*2^495775-1   kar_bon
1779*2^495289-1   PCZ
1593*2^494915-1   vaughan
1855*2^493389-1   vaughan
1931*2^492970-1   PCZ
1611*2^492905-1   PCZ
1895*2^492900-1   henryzz
1425*2^492263-1   vaughan
1681*2^492221-1   Flatlander
1771*2^492075-1   PCZ
1623*2^491038-1   Flatlander
1853*2^490210-1   IronBits
1973*2^490134-1   IronBits
1669*2^490105-1   vaughan
1789*2^489891-1   PCZ  
1507*2^486901-1   henryzz
1869*2^486293-1   IronBits
1881*2^485590-1   vaughan
1649*2^485120-1   vaughan
1501*2^484947-1   PCZ
1951*2^483481-1   Flatlander
1767*2^483281-1   PCZ
1761*2^483045-1   vaughan
1623*2^481564-1   PCZ
1509*2^480731-1   vaughan
1737*2^480454-1   vaughan
1761*2^480153-1   vaughan
1785*2^479966-1   PCZ
1727*2^479638-1   PCZ
1755*2^479628-1   Flatlander
1653*2^479500-1   henryzz
1531*2^479097-1   vaughan
1789*2^477639-1   PCZ
1757*2*476948-1   vaughan
1487*2^475980-1   vaughan
1881*2^475361-1   PCZ
1663*2^474731-1   MrOzzy
1731*2^473589-1   IronBits
1911*2^473158-1   PCZ
1957*2^473121-1   vaughan
1535*2^472338-1   PCZ
1717*2^472261-1   kar_bon
1883*2^470382-1   PCZ
1887*2^469709-1   PCZ
1707*2^468726-1   vaughan
1997*2^468642-1   PCZ
1607*2^468062-1   PCZ
1591*2^467191-1   IronBits
1437*2^466834-1   PCZ
1893*2^466486-1   PCZ
1765*2^466267-1   gd_barnes
1851*2^465493-1   PCZ
1767*2^465385-1   vaughan
1755*2^464639-1   PCZ
1415*2^464458-1   PCZ
1557*2^462980-1   PCZ
1683*2^462620-1   PCZ
1501*2^462581-1   PCZ
1821*2^460466-1   gd_barnes
1725*2^460152-1   PCZ
1571*2^459950-1   PCZ
1735*2^459265-1   PCZ
1995*2^458684-1   PCZ
1403*2^458616-1   IronBits
1429*2^458533-1   PCZ
1823*2^457696-1   gd_barnes
1669*2^457493-1   gd_barnes
1955*2^457290-1   PCZ
1761*2^457262-1   PCZ
1725*2^455905-1   PCZ
1917*2^454169-1   vaughan
1893*2^453455-1   PCZ
1711*2^453095-1   PCZ
1911*2^452921-1   PCZ
1909*2^452845-1   PCZ
1953*2^450228-1   PCZ
1939*2^450199-1   PCZ
1737*2^448789-1   Flatlander
1729*2^448341-1   vaughan
1847*2^447338-1   PCZ
1531*2^446563-1   gd_barnes
1763*2^445858-1   PCZ
1811*2^445730-1   PCZ
1965*2^445060-1   PCZ
1803*2^445028-1   gd_barnes
1989*2^444247-1   gd_barnes
1641*2^444102-1   PCZ
1445*2^443720-1   Flatlander
1865*2^443434-1   PCZ
1895*2^443266-1   Flatlander
1819*2^443181-1   PCZ
1863*2^442783-1   PCZ
1555*2^442739-1   MrOzzy
1469*2^440588-1   gd_barnes
1639*2^440183-1   PCZ
1647*2^439614-1   vaughan
1839*2^439432-1   PCZ
1551*2^439313-1   PCZ
1889*2^438920-1   PCZ
1629*2^438032-1   PCZ
1691*2^437654-1   PCZ
1997*2^437370-1   gd_barnes
1509*2^436745-1   vaughan
1595*2^436580-1   Flatlander
1725*2^436215-1   PCZ
1797*2^434365-1   vaughan
1971*2^434283-1   gd_barnes
1967*2^433926-1   gd_barnes
1931*2^433494-1   PCZ
1959*2^433467-1   PCZ
1539*2^432959-1   Flatlander
1459*2^432001-1   gd_barnes
1585*2^430625-1   vaughan
1793*2^430592-1   gd_barnes
1945*2^430323-1   gd_barnes
1629*2^426853-1   gd_barnes
1755*2^426546-1   IronBits
1633*2^426379-1   PCZ
1615*2^425081-1   IronBits
1919*2^424768-1   gd_barnes
1909*2^423807-1   vaughan
1663*2^422315-1   gd_barnes
1673*2^422206-1   PCZ
1909*2^419663-1   PCZ
1647*2^419136-1   PCZ
1671*2^418847-1   mdettweiler
1965*2^418747-1   PCZ
1501*2^418681-1   PCZ
1425*2^418169-1   PCZ
1847*2^418054-1   Petey
1891*2^417251-1   PCZ
1671*2^417223-1   PCZ
1671*2^416347-1   gd_barnes
1811*2^413438-1   Ironbits
1563*2^413079-1   vaughan
1487*2^412806-1   PCZ
1915*2^412085-1   IronBits
1897*2^411321-1   IronBits
1625*2^411110-1   PCZ
1879*2^410983-1   PCZ
1883*2^408564-1   Bok
1441*2^407745-1   LaurenU2
1945*2^407283-1   MyDogBuster
1847*2^407094-1   Fozzie
1593*2^406836-1   vaughan
1505*2^404768-1   gd_barnes
1659*2^402920-1   Beyond
1447*2^400365-1   LaurenU2
1489*2^398757-1   MyDogBuster
1479*2^398223-1   Beyond
1863*2^397915-1   Beyond
1625*2^397258-1   Beyond
1629*2^397213-1   MyDogBuster
1817*2^396648-1   Beyond
1875*2^394864-1   Bok
1467*2^393086-1   MyDogBuster
1875*2^392871-1   Ironbits
1487*2^392568-1   Beyond
1629*2^392428-1   gd_barnes
1979*2^392404-1   gd_barnes
1561*2^392253-1   Beyond
1955*2^391522-1   Beyond
1803*2^391127-1   henryzz
1887*2^390993-1   PCZ
1959*2^389797-1   Free-DC Mercenaries
1821*2^389237-1   PCZ
1889*2^389032-1   Petey
1953*2^388967-1   Beyond
1491*2^388903-1   Free-DC Mercenaries
1445*2^388290-1   LaurenU2
1985*2^388208-1   MrOzzy
1647*2^387870-1   Petey
1449*2^386620-1   LaurenU2
1821*2^385633-1   Beyond
1831*2^385475-1   Beyond
1855*2^384059-1   MyDogBuster
1817*2^381708-1   Free-DC Mercenaries
1473*2^381363-1   AMDave
1957*2^380189-1   Free-DC Mercenaries
1887*2^379364-1   MyDogBuster
1887*2^377976-1   LaurenU2
1999*2^376443-1   IronBits
1969*2^375669-1   Beyond
1631*2^375114-1   PCZ
1849*2^374015-1   Beyond
1865*2^372352-1   gd_barnes
1953*2^370639-1   PCZ
1853*2^370128-1   LaurenU2
1505*2^370016-1   Flatlander
1637*2^368470-1   gd_barnes
1683*2^366866-1   Flatlander
1941*2^365467-1   gd_barnes
1667*2^365342-1   gd_barnes
1601*2^365302-1   MyDogBuster
1655*2^365228-1   MyDogBuster
1955*2^364156-1   gd_barnes
1661*2^362878-1   gd_barnes
1689*2^362388-1   gd_barnes
1629*2^362181-1   Flatlander
1697*2^361566-1   Flatlander
1625*2^361306-1   gd_barnes
1609*2^359209-1   gd_barnes
1671*2^357110-1   Flatlander
1623*2^356936-1   gd_barnes
1617*2^356462-1   gd_barnes
1663*2^356015-1   gd_barnes
1669*2^353119-1   gd_barnes
1643*2^352664-1   gd_barnes
1643*2^352606-1   MyDogBuster
1923*2^352462-1   gd_barnes
1673*2^352222-1   Flatlander
1943*2^352182-1   MyDogBuster
1647*2^351262-1   nuggetprime
Primes confirmed from drive #8:
Code:
  Prime           found by
1791*2^492279-1   kar_bon
1559*2^491984-1   PCZ
1529*2^487800-1   MrOzzy
1605*2^485583-1   vaughan
1577*2^485232-1   Flatlander
1455*2^480180-1   PCZ
1575*2^476247-1   Flatlander
1485*2^464029-1   PCZ
1599*2^463571-1   PCZ
1511*2^459846-1   PCZ
1523*2^454040-1   PCZ
1587*2^448493-1   PCZ
1533*2^445512-1   gd_barnes
1423*2^444231-1   PCZ
1587*2^442424-1   gd_barnes
1587*2^442185-1   PCZ
1573*2^439471-1   vaughan
1635*2^433506-1   gd_barnes
1575*2^433354-1   PCZ
1791*2^433299-1   PCZ
1935*2^430904-1   vaughan
1515*2^430504-1   PCZ
1545*2^426823-1   PCZ
1603*2^425391-1   vaughan
1755*2^424305-1   vaughan
1971*2^423714-1   gd_barnes
1711*2^423163-1   IronBits
1665*2^423149-1   gd_barnes
1583*2^422792-1   Petey
1991*2^422322-1   IronBits
1935*2^421982-1   mdettweiler
1995*2^421527-1   vaughan
1665*2^417021-1   vaughan
1521*2^416257-1   PCZ
1755*2^416185-1   JeffGilchrist
1743*2^416002-1   PCZ
1721*2^413634-1   PCZ
1749*2^411647-1   gd_barnes
1577*2^411304-1   PCZ
1427*2^409722-1   LaurenU2
1409*2^408568-1   Bok
1559*2^406648-1   LaurenU2
1431*2^405961-1   IronBits
1461*2^404851-1   PCZ
1989*2^404083-1   gd_barnes
1587*2^402941-1   IronBits
1655*2^400052-1   LaurenU2
1729*2^400007-1   MyDogBuster
1591*2^399861-1   Lennart
1905*2^399686-1   Ironbits
1503*2^397527-1   gd_barnes
1749*2^397157-1   IronBits
1431*2^396111-1   MrOzzy
1797*2^393797-1   gd_barnes
1761*2^393653-1   MyDogBuster
1741*2^392029-1   Beyond
1749*2^391615-1   IronBits
1515*2^391554-1   MyDogBuster
1427*2^391542-1   Beyond
1665*2^391531-1   glennpat
1731*2^390343-1   Beyond
1935*2^390087-1   Beyond
1431*2^389415-1   Beyond
1475*2^388108-1   Beyond
1501*2^386595-1   Bok
1471*2^386575-1   LaurenU2
1547*2^385550-1   Free-DC Mercenaries
1779*2^384925-1   MyDogBuster
1715*2^384264-1   gd_barnes
1545*2^384032-1   PCZ
1757*2^383700-1   LaurenU2
1507*2^380353-1   MyDogBuster
1493*2^377656-1   Beyond
1815*2^376878-1   LaurenU2
1605*2^375489-1   PCZ
1583*2^374660-1   gd_barnes
1569*2^374255-1   Beyond
1595*2^374112-1   Beyond
1459*2^373251-1   Ironbits
1577*2^373062-1   AMDave
1555*2^372227-1   Free-DC Mercenaries
1525*2^372061-1   LaurenU2
1727*2^370942-1   MyDogBuster
1561*2^369477-1   LaurenU2
1463*2^368756-1   LaurenU2
1527*2^366989-1   em99010pepe
1635*2^366428-1   Brucifer
1587*2^365549-1   Flatlander
1483*2^365027-1   gd_barnes
1587*2^364520-1   gd_barnes
1493*2^364348-1   gd_barnes
1603*2^364139-1   Flatlander
1557*2^362769-1   gd_barnes
1783*2^362647-1   gd_barnes
1475*2^362176-1   gd_barnes
1815*2^360187-1   MyDogBuster
1785*2^359725-1   gd_barnes
1403*2^359146-1   gd_barnes
1577*2^356616-1   IronBits
1487*2^356506-1   gd_barnes
1517*2^356384-1   gd_barnes
1737*2^355712-1   gd_barnes
1485*2^355643-1   gd_barnes
1575*2^355060-1   IronBits
1483*2^355039-1   MyDogBuster
1557*2^353309-1   gd_barnes
1699*2^352587-1   gd_barnes
1567*2^352397-1   gd_barnes
1539*2^352111-1   MyDogBuster
1491*2^351886-1   gd_barnes
1457*2^351812-1   IronBits
1127*2^351674-1** henryzz
1195*2^351457-1** em99010pepee
1371*2^351106-1** gd_barnes
Status:
Code:
  n-range       tested by        Status        # primes
480.0K-500.0K   LLRnet (IB8000)  complete       31 (plus 6 confirmed)
460.0K-480.0K   LLRnet (IB8000)  complete       33 (plus 3 confirmed)
451.5K-460.0K   LLRnet (IB8000)  complete       15 (plus 2 confirmed)
450.0K-451.5K   PCZ              complete        2
440.0K-450.0K   LLRnet (IB8000)  complete       18 (plus 5 confirmed)
420.0K-440.0K   LLRnet (IB8000)  complete       28 (plus 16 confirmed)
400.0K-420.0K   LLRnet (IB8000)  complete       25 (plus 16 confirmed)
380.0K-400.0K   LLRnet (IB8000)  complete       31 (plus 24 confirmed)
360.5K-380.0K   LLRnet (IB8000)  complete       22 (plus 24 confirmed)
360.0K-360.5K   MyDogBuster      complete        0 (1 confirmed)
350.0K-360.0K   LLRnet (IB8000)  complete       12 (plus 15 confirmed)
350.0K-352.0K** LLRnet (IB8000)  complete        0 (3 confirmed)
**k=1005-1400 searched for one n-range before receiving results from Peter Benson.

There should be a ton of top-5000 primes in this area so let's roll!

The drive is now complete!


Gary

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With the primes just pouring in at top-5000 as a result of PrimeGrid running an effort on the Proth side similar to what we are currently for k<1200 and at lower n-ranges, it looks like n=350K will be at n=350K by Jan. 5th or earlier.

Since people reserved and divided up their ranges on their cores assuming a Jan. 15th completion date, we'll stick with our plans here but I'll put another quad on it starting later today or on Weds that will boost the reserved ranges to P=~7T. On Jan. 5th, my 1st 2 quads will finish and I'll be able to do another P=1.6T range by Jan. 15th. That would put it at P=8.6T so we'd likely just need a few more smaller reservations to get us where we need to be.

The drive will still be n=350K-500K but the first few primes may be non-top-5000. I'm now estimating that the 5000th prime will be at n=351K by the time we start.

As if we hadn't done so already, PrimeGrid has demonstrated conclusively that our method of searching for primes is the wave of the future!


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I think having an efficient sieve is more important than missing out on a few reportable primes.

(I'm more worried about my dozens of top-5000 primes that will be pushed out soon.)


edit:

But why not start a drive for 350-352k now, and get them registered?

My reservation will finish late 01/01/09 GMT. (Looks like >20,000 factors.)

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I think having an efficient sieve is more important than missing out on a few reportable primes.

(I'm more worried about my dozens of top-5000 primes that will be pushed out soon.)


edit:

But why not start a drive for 350-352k now, and get them registered?

Well, that's a no-brainer. Why didn't I think of that? Duh.

Ian, how far from completion are you on the P=1.4T-1.8T range? If you're < 3 days from completion, we'll wait on it. If we're gonna be undersieved for part of it, we may as well minimize how much we are undersieved by. lol

Max and others, what do you think about getting the drive started on late Tues. or Weds. or Thurs. for n=350K-352K with sieving only at P=1.4T or 1.8T?

I don't want to make a big mess out of this by stopping everyone in the middle of sieving to start on LLRing and then having the sieving get put off for a long time so that we're stressing on sieving again. We could get in a nasty circle. We'll have to discuss resource allocation later today to avoid that scenario. I need to go now but I'll need to get an approximate estimated time to complete n=350K-352K so that we can have an informed discussion about it.

No worries Chris, you'll get your primes back plus plenty more with this drive. Even though we'll be knocking our own primes off the list quite a bit, there will be many more to replace them than are knocked off.


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Bring the files....if you want I can set up a llrnet server.

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Max and others, what do you think about getting the drive started on late Tues. or Weds. or Thurs. for n=350K-352K with sieving only at P=1.4T or 1.8T?
Okay, I like that idea!

BTW @Carlos: Thanks for the offer of running a server, though that probably won't be necessary since we already have had a G8000 server all pre-readied for this effort. However, yes, we'll definitely keep you in mind in case we need any more. (For these smaller k/n pairs, server load is somewhat higher than it is at the higher k/n pairs, so we may very well need a second server for this range.)

Hey, I just thought of an idea: how about, in addition to any LLRnet servers that we have going for this range, I run a PRPnet server for it? I'm beginning to get the hang of how this whole PRPnet thing works now, and I'm planning to write some scripts later today to ensure that PRPnet will fit into our existing stats and status-page setup. Setting up a second server for the 9th Drive would not be hard at all. Not to mention that PRPnet uses LLR 3.7.1c for numbers on power-of-2 bases.

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Okay, I like that idea!

BTW @Carlos: Thanks for the offer of running a server, though that probably won't be necessary since we already have had a G8000 server all pre-readied for this effort. However, yes, we'll definitely keep you in mind in case we need any more. (For these smaller k/n pairs, server load is somewhat higher than it is at the higher k/n pairs, so we may very well need a second server for this range.)

Hey, I just thought of an idea: how about, in addition to any LLRnet servers that we have going for this range, I run a PRPnet server for it? I'm beginning to get the hang of how this whole PRPnet thing works now, and I'm planning to write some scripts later today to ensure that PRPnet will fit into our existing stats and status-page setup. Setting up a second server for the 9th Drive would not be hard at all. Not to mention that PRPnet uses LLR 3.7.1c for numbers on power-of-2 bases.

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OK, let's just run n=350K-352K sieved to P=1.4T. It'd be too messy and risky to wait for higher factors from Ian and myself. I could actually complete my P=1.8T-3.4T range in 2 days if I put it on all 9 of my working quads but that would take me quite a bit of time to do because I'd have to piecemeal out the P-ranges that haven't been done yet. I also don't want to impose upon Ian to do the same with his range. It's just time-consuming to bring all the factors back together from so many cores. By just using the P=1.4T file, after everyone is done with their sieving, we'll just systematically apply all the factors P>1.4T to the entire file in an orderly fashion. I need order for my disorderly mind. lol

Running it to n=352K should work and take the pressure off of the sieving effort a little. It'll be a while before the 5000th prime is at 352K. (>4-5 weeks I think)

Max, let's hold off on the PRPnet server since we need to complete the range within a fairly short timeframe. It will take a little time for people to download everything and orient themselves to the new server software. Although that shouldn't take each person too long, I don't want to be derailed by any potential issues that there could be in the new software. Instead, let's plan on using PRPnet for n>352K after the sieving is done. As for running a server for this range, let's just use port 8000 that you've already set up. That was its intent.

I'm not going to recommend any kind of resource allocation to anyone. Everyone knows the situation on the 5000th place prime. Likely I'll put 2 quads in on the LLRing effort but may put as many as 5-6 on it depending on how popular the effort is and how quickly the 5000th place prime is moving up. In other words, I'll wait to see what the response is before shifting anything more than 2 quads. This is a good effort for people with lesser resources and I don't want the higher-resource folks to take most of the fun.

Max, have I sent you the n=200K-500K file for k=1005-2000 sieved to P=1.4T? If not, I'll send it to you right away. Just let me know. Let's plan on loading n=350K-351K in the server to get that cracking almost immediately at fairly high speed. We'll leave n=351K-352K for manual reservations in n=100 pieces.

Keep in mind that n=100 ranges will actually be ~70%+ larger than n=100 ranges on the 1st drive at the same n-range. That is about ~67% more k's plus likely 3-5% more candidates due to a sieve to P=1.4T vs. 5T.

I'll get the drive set up with manual-reservation files posted for n=351K-352K sometime in the morning between 6 and 8 AM GMT (midnight to 2 AM my time). Please plan on completing any manual reservation in < 2 weeks to make sure we stay ahead of the 5000th place prime. If an n=100 file is too big for you, you'll be able to reserve part of a file if you want. So that people have an idea of the size of the files, I'll post a # of candidates by each file.

One more thing Max...Please look on Karsten's pages and see who has reservations in the area. We already know about Thomas and I think Adam has a reservation or two in the area. I will PM them about the start of our effort. I doubt we'll impact anyone with n=350K-352K but don't want to give a bad perception if we are.

Let's move the goal for completing sieving back to Jan. 20th. I should still complete mine by Jan. 15th-16th because I'll pull quads off of port 5000 to put on LLRing n=350K-352K. The 5000th place prime shouldn't be near n=352K by the 20th but we don't want to push our luck in that regard. PrimeGrid has really been submitting the primes lately.

Thanks for being flexible everyone!

Edit: Would it make more sense to use a server by Carlos since he has offered? I'm going to Vegas from Thursday to Wednesday. If we do that, we'd just use his server for this range and plan on using port 8000 for most of the LLRnet ranges for n>352K.


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Max, let's hold off on the PRPnet server since we need to complete the range within a fairly short timeframe. It will take a little time for people to download everything and orient themselves to the new server software. Although that shouldn't take each person too long, I don't want to be derailed by any potential issues that there could be in the new software. Instead, let's plan on using PRPnet for n>352K after the sieving is done. As for running a server for this range, let's just use port 8000 that you've already set up. That was its intent.
Okay, that sounds good, especially in light of how there have been a few new issues that have cropped up with PRPnet as described in the PRPnet thread over at CRUS. Thus, I'm thinking that we shouldn't even consider setting up a second server until we've gotten things running somewhat more smoothly.

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Max, have I sent you the n=200K-500K file for k=1005-2000 sieved to P=1.4T? If not, I'll send it to you right away. Just let me know. Let's plan on loading n=350K-351K in the server to get that cracking almost immediately at fairly high speed. We'll leave n=351K-352K for manual reservations in n=100 pieces.
No, you haven't sent me the sieve file. As soon as you can send it to me I'll get 350K-351K loaded into G8000.

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Keep in mind that n=100 ranges will actually be ~70%+ larger than n=100 ranges on the 1st drive at the same n-range. That is about ~67% more k's plus likely 3-5% more candidates due to a sieve to P=1.4T vs. 5T.

I'll get the drive set up with manual-reservation files posted for n=351K-352K sometime in the morning between 6 and 8 AM GMT (midnight to 2 AM my time). Please plan on completing any manual reservation in < 2 weeks to make sure we stay ahead of the 5000th place prime. If an n=100 file is too big for you, you'll be able to reserve part of a file if you want. So that people have an idea of the size of the files, I'll post a # of candidates by each file.

One more thing Max...Please look on Karsten's pages and see who has reservations in the area. We already know about Thomas and I think Adam has a reservation or two in the area. I will PM them about the start of our effort. I doubt we'll impact anyone with n=350K-352K but don't want to give a bad perception if we are.
Okay, will do.

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Let's move the goal for completing sieving back to Jan. 20th. I should still complete mine by Jan. 15th-16th because I'll pull quads off of port 5000 to put on LLRing n=350K-352K. The 5000th place prime shouldn't be near n=352K by the 20th but we don't want to push our luck in that regard. PrimeGrid has really been submitting the primes lately.

Thanks for being flexible everyone!

Edit: Would it make more sense to use a server by Carlos since he has offered? I'm going to Vegas from Thursday to Wednesday. If we do that, we'd just use his server for this range and plan on using port 8000 for most of the LLRnet ranges for n>352K.
Hmm...well, we've already got G8000 set up, so that would probably be quicker to get started with. Not to mention that since it has a status page and automatic copy-off for its results files, so it will be easier to manage and quicker to process results.

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OK, port 8000 it is. Hopefully I'll have no internet blips this next week like I had in the last week. They have generally been quite rare.

BTW, what the heck was I thinking? The k=1005-2000 for n=200K-500K file sieved to P=1.4T is in a link in the 1st post of this thread. lol Load 'er up with n=350K-351K using that file.


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OK, port 8000 it is. Hopefully I'll have no internet blips this next week like I had in the last week. They have generally been quite rare.

BTW, what the heck was I thinking? The k=1005-2000 for n=200K-500K file sieved to P=1.4T is in a link in the 1st post of this thread. lol Load 'er up with n=350K-351K using that file.


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Okay, I'll get it loaded into G8000 ASAP.
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Due to problems with my dynamic IP address affecting my servers, we will delay starting the n=350K-352K drive until late Wednesday or early Thursday. n=350K-351K will be run on a new server of David's. Details will be in the drive page.


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Due to problems with my dynamic IP address affecting my servers, we will delay starting the n=350K-352K drive until late Wednesday or early Thursday. n=350K-351K will be run on a new server of David's. Details will be in the drive page.


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Hi all,

As David just recently posted in the LLRnet servers thread, he's started up a new server on nplb.ironbits.net port 8000 (IB8000) loaded with n=350K-351K for k=1005-2000. Everyone can go ahead and shift their machines over there as soon as they're ready.

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