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Old 2009-02-10, 05:42   #23
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1323*2^324418-1 is confirmed prime.
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Old 2009-02-10, 06:11   #24
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I'm happy that this effort is being knocked out so quickly.

For those of you who don't mind the non-top-5000 tests, after this effort is done, the next priority would be port 9000. There's a ton of work needed there for k=1400-2000 and n=200K-350K. Sorted by k-value, it is slowly crawling along at k=1415 right now.

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1385*2^388744-1 is confirmed prime
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Old 2009-02-11, 02:06   #26
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1397*2^331100-1 is confirmed prime.
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Old 2009-02-11, 06:12   #27
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I'm happy that this effort is being knocked out so quickly.

For those of you who don't mind the non-top-5000 tests, after this effort is done, the next priority would be port 9000. There's a ton of work needed there for k=1400-2000 and n=200K-350K. Sorted by k-value, it is slowly crawling along at k=1415 right now.

No prime can be left behind!


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And where do those primes get reported at???
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And where do those primes get reported at???
Primes from Drive #9 do not need to be reported. Since they're somewhat smaller and more plentiful than those from our other drives, we figured that it would be easier just to not worry about having users report them individually, but instead just to have Gary go over the results after they've been processed and generate the list in the team drive thread from there.
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Old 2009-02-11, 07:33   #29
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I see that there are only ~15,500 pairs left in port 2000. At the current rate, the port will dry out in just over a day. There are no more pairs left for this effort so once they have all been tested, no more will be loaded into the port and it will be considered inactive.

Within a day, I would suggest that folks running port 2000 change their machines to port 9000. In the mean time, I'm going to pull 2 cores off of port 4000 and put them on port 9000. I'd like to get these non-top-5000 n-ranges filled in for all k=1003-2000. We're currently at k=1417 so a lot of work to do! As Max said, it will be easy for the folks who don't want to mess with reporting primes. I'll just list them in post 1 of the 9th drive on a periodic basis.

Max and I (mostly Max) will have port 3000 dried within about 10 days so the real help is needed on port 9000.

David, for the final push on port 2000, can you change the JobMaxTime to 1 day? Thanks.

Excellent work everyone on essentially a double-check effort! Once port 3000 is dried, we will have full residuals on all k=1003-1400 for n=50K-479264. I'm hoping to be able to get them up to n=500K when Benson completes his effort there. (I think he is close now.)


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OK.
I'll skip 3000 and move to 9000.

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Old 2009-02-11, 19:52   #31
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1383*2^334328-1 is confirmed prime.
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Old 2009-02-11, 19:56   #32
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I now only have one quad and on X2 on port 2000 having moved the other stuff to port 9000 last night. I will most likely move the quad and X2 over to port 9000 around midnight or so tonight as tomorrow I will be on the road and can't watch them to see if they run out of work. So that will still leave a few pairs on 2000 for someone to clean up. If 2000 still has stuff on it this weekend then I can move some systems back to 2000 to run it dry unless someone does it before then.
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Old 2009-02-11, 23:42   #33
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I'm on 2000 until it is finished.
If you need to move a machine ahead of time just go for it.
I can bring back 3 or 4 Ghz to it if need be.
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