20220322, 20:05  #1 
May 2004
FRANCE
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llrCUDA Version 3.8.5 is released!
Hi All,
This GPU version of the LLR program has the same features as the previous 3.8.3, but I think that the updates made from it deserve to change the version number. Here are some of these updates :  In previous Version 3.8.4, one call to free() function was missing in Gerbicz error checking code ; this caused an important memory leak... This issue is now fixed here!  K*2^n+c numbers can now be tested using IBDWT, even if abs(c) != 1  All 64 bits residues match with those obtained with LLR 3.8.24  several issues found on llrCUDA 3.8.3b3 are now fixed. Please, let me know if you have any problem to run the binary on Linux and/or to build it on your system. I wish you many successes in prime hunting! Best Regards, Jean 
20220323, 09:04  #2  
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Aug 2002
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20220323, 09:31  #3 
Aug 2002
North San Diego County
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Not to step on Jean's toes, but this was provided in his other post: http://jpenne.free.fr/

20220323, 12:28  #4  
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20220428, 22:25  #5 
Mar 2022
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I was attempting to use this software and got the following error "jesus@Magellan:~/CudaLucas/2/llrcuda385src$ ./llrCUDA a333333991
*** buffer overflow detected ***: terminated Aborted (core dumped) " 
20220429, 00:01  #6  
Sep 2002
Database er0rr
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What you should do is run the program with m (or possibly q if it is just one candidate) 

20220429, 23:55  #7 
Mar 2022
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Sorry, I got it running but I was unable to change the FFT length or test 100 million digit prime numbers.
Last fiddled with by Magellan3s on 20220429 at 23:57 
20220430, 04:24  #8 
Sep 2002
Database er0rr
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I am glad you got it running. Why do you want to change the FFT length? What is the form of the 100 million digit candidate prime numbers you have in mind?

20220430, 13:10  #9  
Mar 2022
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jesus@Magellan:~/CudaLLR/llrcuda385src$ ./llrCUDA d q"1*2^1136877311" Starting Fermat PRP test of 1*2^1136877311 Using complex rational base DWT and generic reduction, FFT length = 15728640, a = 3 Iteration: 1 / 113687731 [0.00%]. I then attempted to test another number M333333991 but the program said the number was too big. Code:
jesus@Magellan:~/CudaLLR/llrcuda385src$ ./llrCUDA d q"1*2^3333339911" Requested giant too big. Last fiddled with by Magellan3s on 20220430 at 13:15 

20220430, 13:38  #10  
Sep 2002
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Last fiddled with by paulunderwood on 20220430 at 13:39 

20220430, 16:43  #11 
Mar 2022
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