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Old 2021-08-14, 18:15   #683
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SRBase is going to "overshoot" by quite a bit.
That's OK. The PRP-CF project appreciates all found factors.
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Old 2021-08-15, 20:35   #684
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11.4M is also done, and a bit overshot, with (more, this time) help from SRBase. The former two ranges are a lot over, and factors are still coming from TF workers of SRBase, but, as George said, there is no harm in that.

Anyhow, we are now switching to 11.6M, and we will post tomorrow (i.e. today, it is 3:33 AM here! been held with other stuff) the statistic about the factors, as well as the order we go inside of the 11.6xM range. Now it is too late, and our eyes fell into the mouth and we are looking at the monitor through the teeth, so we will go to bed.

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Old 2021-08-16, 03:52   #685
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11.4M is also done, and a bit overshot, with (more, this time) help from SRBase. The former two ranges are a lot over, and factors are still coming from TF workers of SRBase, but, as George said, there is no harm in that.

Anyhow, we are now switching to 11.6M, and we will post tomorrow (i.e. today, it is 3:33 AM here! been held with other stuff) the statistic about the factors, as well as the order we go inside of the 11.6xM range. Now it is too late, and our eyes fell into the mouth and we are looking at the monitor through the teeth, so we will go to bed.
Wow you must have some serious P-1 savvy gear!!!
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Old 2021-08-16, 10:34   #686
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Wow you must have some serious P-1 savvy gear!!!
I do, but the reality is that the 11.9M range was already done, and only 15 factors missing, and then the P+1 workers found 3 factors, so only 12 left, while 11.4 was half-done already, if you remember, then I switched to 11.1M because somebody was working sub-optimal P-1 in 11.1M and I wanted to cut him off. Like 55 factors or so, from the 91 needed in 11.4M were already found from before. Meantime, during I was dealing with 11.1M, SRBase workers found 17 factors in 11.4M, so when I returned there wasn't much work to do, only 19 factors to find, and SRBase continued to help on the way with one or two more. I only had to find the rest (and yes, a lot of the 11.4M remained unsearched to deep P-1 bounds).

So, yeah, together united, we are strong! Hihi.

In 11.6M, SRBase already puffed out 24 factors these days, before I was starting P-1, and I got 3 factors today (2 new and one already found by SRBase), so there are only 71 to go from the needed 97. Piece of cake for the "united forces" haha (I see SRBase still works there too).

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Old 2021-08-17, 10:33   #687
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197 ranges left !
(not me gov'nor, , someone found the last missing factor in 25.6M)
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Old 2021-08-17, 16:42   #688
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OK. Thanks. I have "released" the entire 16.9M range for you to work. Please let us know when you're done, and what you would like to next work.
I am nearly done. If possible, I will take 16.8 next.
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Old 2021-08-17, 18:02   #689
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I am nearly done. If possible, I will take 16.8 next.
Consider it yours. "Released" from the DB.
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Old 2021-08-18, 04:58   #691
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I've had a real lucky P1 factor streak with my latest range: 31.9M
I am using bound with an expected success rate of about 3.2%,
I've done 600 assignments so statistically I should have found 19 factors.
My success rate over these 600 is 5.17% which gives me 31 factors; 12 more than expected.
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Old 2021-08-18, 11:00   #692
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23.8M to 23.9M is now tf'ed to 71 bit. A few post ago, someone wanted to take the range to 73 bit. Feel free.
I"ll continue with the PM1.

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Old 2021-08-18, 19:18   #693
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@chalsall I love the new https://www.gpu72.com/twok/ report which I believe you are responsible for (in the good way).

Couple of suggestions I would love to see happen if you have time (I'm also happy to help out).
1. Summaries (e.g. sums of columns for all active sub-ranges) at the bottom of each 1M section
2. Summary of all active sub-ranges at the bottom of the table

Super amazing but more work
3. Progress (delta in "To Go") over last 7 days, 2 weeks, 3 weeks, 1 month, 6 months, 1 year

Probably not but maybe
4. Ghz-days to clear each bit level (similar to mersenne.ca/tf1G)
5. Estimated Ghz-day to finish project (assume finds a factor with 1 in 100 tf, 70 factors => 7000 TF needed => 1200 at 70, 1800 at 71, 1800 at 72, 1800 at 73, 600 at 74 => X Ghz-days)
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