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Old 2008-05-30, 17:32   #1
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Default LLRnet servers for CRUS

Note: Conjectures 'R Us has now discontinued use of LLRnet due to the fact that it is grossly inefficient for testing the types of numbers we're working on. We now use PRPnet instead; see this thread for more details.

CRUS LLRnet server #1 (updated 2008/06/03 14:00 GMT):
[port 6 has been shut down and its contents moved to PRPnet port 3000.]
maintained by IronBits
server = "crus.ironbits.net"
port = 6
base: Sierp 6
n-range: 100K-130K
currently processing at n = ~118.7K

CRUS LLRnet server #2 (updated 2008/07/01 14:00 GMT):
[port 4 has been shut down. The range has been completed.]
maintained by IronBits
server = "crus.ironbits.net"
port = 4
base: Sierp 4
k-value: 64494
n-range: 925K-1M
currently processing at NONE

All results at: http://crus.ironbits.net/

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Old 2008-05-30, 17:47   #2
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Anon,

Go ahead and load up n=120K-130K in the Sierp base 6 server. I'm suggesting the smaller range because if we find a prime, I'd like to not have to continue testing the k-value over a large range in the server.

There has to be another prime in here somewhere! lol


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Anon,

Go ahead and load up n=120K-130K in the Sierp base 6 server. I'm suggesting the smaller range because if we find a prime, I'd like to not have to continue testing the k-value over a large range in the server.

There has to be another prime in here somewhere! lol


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Okay, I'll do that ASAP...
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Okay, I'll do that ASAP...
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Old 2008-06-27, 07:45   #5
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IronBits,

Will any prime found only be reflected on your web page here on the day in which it was found?

I/we failed to check the results files on a daily basis and had missed a prime that was found 3 weeks ago by Beyond.

If the prime only stays on the page for the day, I'll make sure Anon or I check it daily.

On another note, we'll get some port 6 processing going again in the near future. On port 4, I'll send a note to Beyond and see if he'd be willing to help dry it. Thanks a bunch for your testing on it!


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Old 2008-06-28, 02:58   #6
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Looking at http://crus.ironbits.net/primes_crus.txt (not linked to front page, but now fixed)
I see the following entry.

user=Beyond_Free-DC
[06/01/08 05:18:48]
72785*6^118347+1 is prime! Time : 1050.0 sec.
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I've fixed it up so it will keep a running list of primes found.
I re-scanned all results files for crus servers on port 4 and 6 and have fixed up the web page so they will always be available, and it will just append to it if/when primes are found now.
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I've fixed it up so it will keep a running list of primes found.
I re-scanned all results files for crus servers on port 4 and 6 and have fixed up the web page so they will always be available, and it will just append to it if/when primes are found now.

Great! Thanks David for doing that. It helps a lot. In a manual check that I also did yesterday of all of the results files, I had found only the prime that you posted here so everything is in order.


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IronBits,

Will any prime found only be reflected on your web page here on the day in which it was found?

I/we failed to check the results files on a daily basis and had missed a prime that was found 3 weeks ago by Beyond.

If the prime only stays on the page for the day, I'll make sure Anon or I check it daily.

On another note, we'll get some port 6 processing going again in the near future. On port 4, I'll send a note to Beyond and see if he'd be willing to help dry it. Thanks a bunch for your testing on it!


Thanks,
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David,

I got a response back from Beyond on this. He said he would add 5-6 cores to port 4 from work. Unfortunately, he also said there was a storm that caused some problems in his home farm so that his current reservations will be delayed. I don't know how that will impact him putting cores on port 4 but he was definitely receptive to the idea of helping dry it out.


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Well there are only 335 lines left, I assume k/n pairs. :)
I have 4 cores on it full time for the past week.
It was stuck at 604 lines, so I've almost cut it in half in that time.

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Well there are only 335 lines left, I assume k/n pairs. :)
I have 4 cores on it full time for the past week.
It was stuck at 604 lines, so I've almost cut it in half in that time.
Beyond is on it with what appears to be a similar number of cores as you. It'll probably be dried in ~3-5 days now. Cool!


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