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Old 2008-01-28, 16:37   #45
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I'll reserve Riesel base 16 n=100K-104K here. Sierp base 16 will be done for that range early Monday and I'll start on it after that. If LLRNet finds a prime in the n=93.4K-100K range, I'll remove the k from the sieved files.


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Unreserving n=100K-104K due to problem with false prime shown in report primes thread.
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Old 2008-01-28, 17:03   #46
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The only good news is that k=13854 is still knocked out of 3 bases, which includes k=6927 for Base 2 odd-n.
???

you meant
16734*4^156852-1, 16734*16^78426-1 and 8367*2^313705-1???
or?

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Old 2008-01-28, 17:21   #47
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???

you meant
16734*4^156852-1, 16734*16^78426-1 and 8367*2^313705-1???
or?
I'm having a very bad day!

Yes of course you are correct. k=16734 is knocked out for Riesel bases 4 and 16 and k=8367 is knocked out for Riesel base 2 odd-n. k=13854 and k=6927 remain.

I simply cannot keep these k's straight. They all sound alike...starting in a 1 and ending in a 4. Sheesh. At least one of them will be gone now.


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Old 2008-01-28, 22:44   #48
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Taking 100K-110K for LLRnet (5 files).
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Old 2008-01-30, 19:43   #49
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93.4K-95.4K completed by LLRnet. lresults attached.
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first prime (?) from the LLRnet-Riesel-server:

client says 17798*2^389576-1 is prime,

so 17798*16^97394-1 is prime.
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first prime (?) from the LLRnet-Riesel-server:

client says 17798*2^389576-1 is prime,

so 17798*16^97394-1 is prime.
Yep, that's not only the first prime from the Riesel server, it's our first LLRNet prime ever! Now we just need to find a Sierpinski prime to match it!
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Old 2008-02-12, 17:27   #53
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I am nearing n=100K through LLRnet for Riesel base 16. Are there any untested k/n pairs below where I started testing? My first test was 19772*2^392580-1, i.e. 19772*16^98145-1.


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I am nearing n=100K through LLRnet for Riesel base 16. Are there any untested k/n pairs below where I started testing? My first test was 19772*2^392580-1, i.e. 19772*16^98145-1.


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Hmm...I dunno. Carlos, can you please send me results files for both CRUS servers? I can then generate new stats from them, and easily find out exactly where the lowest outstanding n is.
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Hmm...I dunno. Carlos, can you please send me results files for both CRUS servers? I can then generate new stats from them, and easily find out exactly where the lowest outstanding n is.
Done.
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