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Old 2013-10-27, 17:13   #1
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3.6M to 3.7M attached (I could't get them in one post).

By the way.. my sieved file is limited to 4M. I remember PrimeGrid did some sieving, where can I find these files, in particular for k=51?
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Old 2013-10-27, 20:05   #2
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3.6M to 3.7M attached (I could't get them in one post).

By the way.. my sieved file is limited to 4M. I remember PrimeGrid did some sieving, where can I find these files, in particular for k=51?
Latest sieve file from Primegrid

http://home.comcast.net/~jimb_primegrid/rsp/
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Old 2013-10-28, 18:15   #3
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Thanks pepi37 this gives me a giant *.abcd file which nearly kills my editor when I open it or try to scroll in it. Which software would be appropriate to work with this, and is there maybe a smaller version of the data?

By the way, until now I used *.txt as input files for LLR, which looked like this:

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1000000000:M:1:2:258
51 3567031
51 3567049
51 3567079
51 3567087
[...]

Last fiddled with by Retep on 2013-10-28 at 18:20
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Old 2013-10-28, 19:23   #4
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Yes, ABCD file is huge!!!

Download srfile from
http://www.bc-team.org/downloads.php...etail&df_id=72

Use command
srfile.exe -g xxxxxxxxx.abcd
(both srfile.exe and ABCD file are in same folder)
Wait until process is over: you will get about 1.90GB of files with NPG extension.

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By the way, until now I used *.txt as input files for LLR....
Just rename NPG to TXT :)
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Old 2013-10-29, 01:06   #5
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You can ctrl-c the srfile process once it saves the file for the k you are interested in; you need not produce all 5000 .npg files! Since you're working with k=51, this should save quite a bit of time.
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Old 2013-10-29, 10:37   #6
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The PrimeGrid files are indeed huge and you'll need a lot of patience for downloading them and also quite a large amount of memory (and again patience) for extracting them.

The attached file contains the range n=3.7-5M for k=51 from the latest PrimeGrid files (23rd Sept. 2013), if you still need it...
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Old 2013-10-29, 18:11   #7
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Yes, your file was still useful @Thomas11 and I will know what to do with abcd files in the future, thanks to all of you.

I will add RPS to the next k=51 prime, of course, hopefully it won't be beyond n=5M
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Old 2013-10-31, 03:21   #8
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The files from primegrid go up to 6M, so you're covered for quite a while. They do have plans for 6-9M, perhaps by the time we reach 6M!
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Old 2013-10-31, 11:35   #9
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They are already sieving up to 9M. For 4 < k < 10000 for 6M < n < 9M the status is something like this:

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6780T-6785T Robert7NBI COMPLETE

6840T-6845T Robert7NBI COMPLETE
6845T-6850T Robert7NBI COMPLETE
6850T-6855T Robert7NBI COMPLETE
6855T-6860T Robert7NBI COMPLETE
6860T-6865T Robert7NBI COMPLETE
6865T-6869T Robert7NBI COMPLETE
6869T-6874T Robert7NBI COMPLETE

6907T-6951T Robert7NBI COMPLETE
6951T-7000T Robert7NBI

7053T-7058T oldjerry COMPLETE

7068T-7078T ardo COMPLETE
7078T-7088T ardo COMPLETE
7088T-7098T ardo COMPLETE
7098T-7109T ardo COMPLETE
7109T-7110T 1998golfer COMPLETE
7110T-7115T Mr. Cool* COMPLETE
7115T-7120T 3Rni COMPLETE
7120T-7125T 3Rni COMPLETE
7125T-7130T 3Rni COMPLETE
7130T-7135T 3Rni COMPLETE
7135T-7145T pschoefer COMPLETE
7145T-7150T oldjerry COMPLETE
7150T-7156T Aleksander COMPLETE
7156T-7166T ardo COMPLETE
7166T-7168T 288larsson COMPLETE
7168T-7178T ardo COMPLETE
7178T-7188T ardo COMPLETE
7188T-7192T oldjerry COMPLETE
7192T-7202T ardo COMPLETE
7202T-7211T ardo COMPLETE
7211T-7220T Mr. Cool* COMPLETE
7220T-7225T 3Rni COMPLETE
7225T-7230T Aleksander COMPLETE
7230T-7235T oldjerry COMPLETE
7235T-7240T oldjerry COMPLETE
7240T-7250T pschoefer
7250T-7260T Mr. Cool*
7260T-7270T ardo
7270T-7280T ardo
7280T-7289T ardo
7289T-7299T ardo
7299T-7310T Pollux
7310T-7311T 1998golfer
7311T-7321T ardo
7321T-7325T Aleksander
7325T-7230T oldjerry
7330T-7335T oldjerry
7335T-7399T Robert7NBI
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