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Old 2008-01-22, 16:41   #23
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I have put 2 cores sieving all 27 remaining k's for Riesel base 16 from n=100K-200K (17 in the drive). I had sieved up to 25K-200K initially before breaking off n=25K-100K so I'm starting from where I left off the first piece of P=600G.

My estimate for optimal sieve is 1.1T. I can get to 1T in 2-1/2 days and am right now running P=600G-800G and P=800G-1T on the 2 cores. I'll see if Jasong is available to run P=1T-1.1T. If not, tomorrow, I'll have a 3rd core available for that. Either way, I should be ready to post files by Friday.

Optimal may be closer to 1T if we knock out 2-3 k's before hitting n=100K here.

If we're comfortable that the LLRNet server is stable and running well, if you guys want to feed a chunk of the rest of the files for Riesel base 16 to the LLRNet server before switching to Sierp, go for it.


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I'm confident that it's stable and running well, but I think we should still run the Riesel queue currently in the server dry and switch to Sierp immediately, rather than dragging it out; better to run it dry BEFORE we announce the server officially than after. (Running the server dry will necessitate the server being out of work for a short time.)

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Old 2008-01-22, 16:59   #24
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I'm confident that it's stable and running well, but I think we should still run the Riesel queue currently in the server dry and switch to Sierp immediately, rather than dragging it out; better to run it dry BEFORE we announce the server officially than after. (Running the server dry will necessitate the server being out of work for a short time.)
Very good! You guys have the know how so I'll leave those kinds of things to you. I'll only suggest various alternatives.
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Old 2008-01-22, 17:43   #25
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80-85 done, no more prime ...
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i'm now switching to the CRUS llrnet server & my base 31 testings
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Old 2008-01-22, 18:06   #26
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80-85 done, no more prime ...
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i'm now switching to the CRUS llrnet server & my base 31 testings
More customers!

Just to give you a heads-up: Within a day or two, the server will go dry for a short period of time so that we can switch over to Sierpinski work. It shouldn't take too long, though, as long as all users are returning results speedily.
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More customers!

Just to give you a heads-up: Within a day or two, the server will go dry for a short period of time so that we can switch over to Sierpinski work. It shouldn't take too long, though, as long as all users are returning results speedily.
no problem ... i always run with a backup project (at a lower priority) once the main project is down, the backup project is automagicaly up ...

and in this case, i run a local llrnet-proxy that feed my computers

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It shouldn't take too long, though, as long as all users are returning results speedily.
Less than 4 hours....
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Gary, how many files would be OK for me to take for the LLRnet server from this drive? The Sierp. server will be the primary one, so this won't need as big of a range.
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Gary, how many files would be OK for me to take for the LLRnet server from this drive? The Sierp. server will be the primary one, so this won't need as big of a range.
Take 'em all but give a few hours to let anyone else reserve one or two if they want. Server = 10 cores from my perspective; so up to 10 files per server; at least until n=200K. After that, the server can take all of them if everyone is OK with that.

Anyone want some Riesel base 16 files before we put them on the LLRNet server?

I'll post new Riesel files for n>100K on Friday.

I'm going to start sieving Sierp base 6 on 3 cores here in a short while.


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Take 'em all but give a few hours to let anyone else reserve one or two if they want. Server = 10 cores from my perspective; so up to 10 files per server; at least until n=200K. After that, the server can take all of them if everyone is OK with that.

Anyone want some Riesel base 16 files before we put them on the LLRNet server?

I'll post new Riesel files for n>100K on Friday.

I'm going to start sieving Sierp base 6 on 3 cores here in a short while.


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Don't worry, it will be a day or two before we'll need Riesel numbers for the server. The server will be busy for a couple of days doing doublechecks, as well as needing to do some more numbers from the original file that Carlos needed to re-insert due to an error. So, that should give users plenty of time to reserve Riesel Base 16 files before the LLRnet server takes them all.

Or, we could do something else entirely: Have LLRnet take the few remaining unreserved Riesel Base 16 k's, and leave the files here for manual reservation. What do you think?

Edit: Never mind, LLRnet won't be able to take those k's because we're still waiting on the sieving for them past n=100K.

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Old 2008-01-23, 12:58   #32
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85K-87.5K complete, no primes
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Old 2008-01-23, 18:54   #33
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LLRnet has completed 87.5K-90K. lresults are attached. (The LLRnet results file has been converted to a normal lresults file by a Perl script that I wrote.)
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