20060913, 11:05  #23 
Apr 2003
1404_{8} Posts 
If a PRP is reportet by the client the system sets the k automatically into a status where no more new tests will be handed out.
To be visual in the stats there is manual work needed as they should only show up when the result is validated. As i am not at home i have not enough access to the server to make the modifications. The prime will show up on the weekend. Lars 
20060913, 13:11  #24  
Jan 2005
479 Posts 
Ah ok ...
don't rush; I'm sure someone has tested the prime, so it'll be there when you get home. Quote:


20060914, 18:09  #25 
Jan 2005
479_{10} Posts 
Is there a mechanism in LLRNet that reuses pairs that are not returned in a timely fashion, let's say within a month or so?

20060914, 18:16  #26 
Jun 2003
11F0_{16} Posts 
There is an expiry limit set at 14 days. After that, the server will reissue the k/n pair.

20060915, 17:58  #27 
Jan 2005
479 Posts 
Wonderful :)

20060918, 19:52  #28 
"Jason Goatcher"
Mar 2005
6661_{8} Posts 
How do you set teams?
The question of the day.

20060918, 19:59  #29 
Jun 2003
2^{4}×7×41 Posts 

20060919, 19:43  #30 
Aug 2006
Germany
15_{8} Posts 
Probaly prime found... and now?
My logfile contains "272464*5^1016671 is a probable prime".
What follows now?  The post in the old "Riesel to 100k"thread where it was described how to check a probaly prime is deleted... :( Last fiddled with by rover on 20060919 at 19:46 
20060919, 19:49  #31  
Jun 2003
2^{4}·7·41 Posts 
Quote:
EDIT: Oh, and as a standard procedure, I verify all reported primes. However, if you are interested in doing it yourself, you can use OpenPFGW (downloaded from primeform yahoo group). EDIT 2: User "tp qk*5^n1" for verifying Riesel's or "tm qk*5^n+1" for verifying Sierpinski's. Last fiddled with by axn on 20060919 at 20:44 

20060919, 21:27  #32 
Jan 2005
479_{10} Posts 
How large should 'n' be for our numbers to be top5000 primes?
And when will we reach that? :) poll: Who will find the first one? 
20060919, 21:33  #33 
Jul 2005
12_{16} Posts 
See here
http://primes.utm.edu/top20/sizes.php for size of the smallest prime to be in the first 5k. It changes each day as new primes are "discovered". Also, this project does have quite a few of them in the top 5000 as people have tested for specific k for large values of n. jaat 
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