20200612, 18:28  #364 
"Mark"
Apr 2003
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20200612, 19:23  #365 
Dec 2011
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some error while compiling under linux
And second , you didnot fix problem with start value ./twinsieve p3500000000000000 P12000000000000000 W6 w10000000 iBASE7.txt oBASE7.txt s O factors.txt command 20200612 21:38:02: Sieve started: 270474380449657 < p < 12e15 with 25400 terms (250000 < k < 999958, k*7^777777) (expecting 2602 factors) Last fiddled with by pepi37 on 20200612 at 19:42 
20200612, 19:41  #366 
"Mark"
Apr 2003
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20200612, 19:46  #367 
Dec 2011
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20200612, 20:33  #368 
"Oliver"
Sep 2017
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Nice, thanks! :)

20200613, 02:18  #369 
"Mark"
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20200613, 08:06  #370 
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20200613, 13:19  #371 
"Mark"
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As far as I am concerned it works as it is supposed to:
Code:
twinsieve b10 k1000 K20000 n5000 P1e5 twinsieve v1.2, a program to find factors of k*b^n+1/1 numbers for fixed b and n and variable k Sieve started: 1 < p < 1e5 with 19001 terms (1000 < k < 20000, k*10^5000) (expecting 17857 factors) Sieve completed at p=100003. Processor time: 0.02 sec. (0.02 sieving) (0.10 cores) 204 terms written to k_b10_n5000.pfgw Primes tested: 9594. Factors found: 18797. Remaining terms: 204. Time: 0.16 seconds. twinsieve p2e5 i k_b10_n5000.pfgw twinsieve v1.2, a program to find factors of k*b^n+1/1 numbers for fixed b and n and variable k Sieve started: 2e5 < p < 2^62 with 204 terms (1161 < k < 19824, k*10^5000) CTRLC accepted. Please wait for threads to complete. Sieve interrupted at p=1065806411. Processor time: 3.92 sec. (0.44 sieving) (0.73 cores) 63 terms written to k_b10_n5000.pfgw Primes tested: 54000000. Factors found: 141. Remaining terms: 63. Time: 5.34 seconds. twinsieve p2e5 i k_b10_n5000.pfgw twinsieve v1.2, a program to find factors of k*b^n+1/1 numbers for fixed b and n and variable k Sieve started: 2e5 < p < 2^62 with 63 terms (1392 < k < 19446, k*10^5000) CTRLC accepted. Please wait for threads to complete. Sieve interrupted at p=553465999. Processor time: 2.05 sec. (0.19 sieving) (0.71 cores) 63 terms written to k_b10_n5000.pfgw Primes tested: 29000000. Factors found: 0. Remaining terms: 63. Time: 2.88 seconds. twinsieve i k_b10_n5000.pfgw twinsieve v1.2, a program to find factors of k*b^n+1/1 numbers for fixed b and n and variable k Sieve started: 553465999 < p < 2^62 with 63 terms (1392 < k < 19446, k*10^5000) CTRLC accepted. Please wait for threads to complete. Sieve interrupted at p=1485048041. Processor time: 3.34 sec. (0.48 sieving) (0.75 cores) 62 terms written to k_b10_n5000.pfgw Primes tested: 45000000. Factors found: 1. Remaining terms: 62. Time: 4.44 seconds. 
20200613, 17:06  #372  
Dec 2011
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Quote:
I am very confused: so it looks like you "kill " P switch? What if I have 10 computer and every need to start on different position? So I need to adjust start point in sieve files on 9 computes? Code:
/twinsieve p3500000000000000 P12000000000000000 W6 w10000000 iBASE7.txt oBASE7.txt s O factors.txt command 20200612 21:38:02: Sieve started: 270474380449657 < p < 12e15 with 25400 terms (250000 < k < 999958, k*7^777777) (expecting 2602 factors) So why sieve dont start at 3500000000000000? It start at start point of sieve... for me it is not fix it is bug 

20200613, 17:27  #373  
"Mark"
Apr 2003
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Quote:
What OS is this? Can you send me your BASE7.txt file? 

20200613, 17:41  #374  
Dec 2011
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Quote:
That is last SVN I take from your page and build it under Linux File attached svn checkout https://svn.code.sf.net/p/mtsieve/svn/ mtsievesvn r46 I download it and compile it Last fiddled with by pepi37 on 20200613 at 17:44 
