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Old 2015-08-27, 00:26   #2344
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I would sieve until factor rate is equal to a primality test at about 8k, then test the file from 2.5k to 10k, remove primed k's and exponents below 10k, and then continue to sieve the rest until factor rate is equal to a primality test at around 18k.
Is there a way with srfile to remove all primed k's from the pfgw-prime.txt at once, or do I need to run -d "k*b^n+1" with a hundred values of k, one-by-one?
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Old 2015-08-27, 01:19   #2345
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Is there a way with srfile to remove all primed k's from the pfgw-prime.txt at once, or do I need to run -d "k*b^n+1" with a hundred values of k, one-by-one?
The value of "n" doesn't matter when using srfile so you can easily write a script to build a bat file to do the removal.
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Old 2015-08-27, 01:52   #2346
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Is there a way with srfile to remove all primed k's from the pfgw-prime.txt at once, or do I need to run -d "k*b^n+1" with a hundred values of k, one-by-one?
Put the filename containing the primes in the quote marks on the srfile command line. Srfile will remove all those sequences, throwing harmless errors if any k's have multiple primes (error says something like "sequence not found in file").
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Old 2015-08-27, 03:44   #2347
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Put the filename containing the primes in the quote marks on the srfile command line. Srfile will remove all those sequences, throwing harmless errors if any k's have multiple primes (error says something like "sequence not found in file").
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Perfect.

Thanks VBCurtis, thanks Rogue, for your prompt replies!
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Old 2015-08-28, 09:47   #2348
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Default S 810

S 810 is done up to 20K
308 K remain
Base released - results emailed
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Old 2015-08-29, 08:20   #2349
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R792 tested n=100k (50-100k)

2 primes found, 11 remain

198*792^74478-1
558*792^84648-1

Results emailed - Base released
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Old 2015-09-03, 04:47   #2350
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S 810 is done up to 20K
308 K remain
Base released - results emailed
I don't see anything in this file. I also don't see anything in the file that you Emailed to me.
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Old 2015-09-03, 04:58   #2351
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Here it is again... in zip file
or
http://www.dropbox.com/sh/8x05u2736g3scc7/AADOoYQQnKHiYsISqoVVDg0sa?dl=0
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Old 2015-09-03, 21:21   #2352
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14K can be removed

691*810^23956+1
1797*810^21556+1
2534*810^23055+1
2631*810^23751+1
3162*810^24809+1
4055*810^24608+1
6632*810^24889+1
7218*810^22716+1
7390*810^20855+1
10362*810^22718+1
11014*810^22052+1
11609*810^23954+1
14361*810^21944+1
14538*810^23122+1
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Old 2015-09-04, 03:00   #2353
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14K can be removed
So is S810 complete to n=25K? Are you releasing it now?

I'm asking because you said that you already released it at n=20K. It also seems strange that there was no k>14538 with a prime for n=20K-25K for a base with a conjecture of k>30000.

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Old 2015-09-04, 07:36   #2354
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So is S810 complete to n=25K? Are you releasing it now?

I'm asking because you said that you already released it at n=20K. It also seems strange that there was no k>14538 with a prime for n=20K-25K for a base with a conjecture of k>30000.
To explain
Since it was my first base , I do I little jump before think everything and say that I reserve base up to 25K. I do split base on 12 cores, and do base until 20K on all cores, but since some cores have less K on their ranges their go upper.
So base is released to 20K, this is just small "cleanup"
I prepare ABCD file up to 50K, and sieving now, but still it is far away from optimal depth :) ( and have 506826 candidates left)

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