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Old 2019-03-06, 21:10   #1
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Default Strategic double and triple checks (PRP's and P-1's too)

New sticky to house the lists. Post requests for DC and TC's and claim of exponents. The mods will keep the lists maintained in the top posts. Post with requests and claims will be removed when the lists are updated.
Always register your claims right away. Those that are claimed but not registered will remain on the lists. If they are listed as being assigned to Anonymous (or others not known to be finishers) and show no progress, they will be moved to the watch list section.

The lists are kept fairly up to date.

The easy way to get some assignments (with Prime95):
  • Grab the lines of the exponents that you will do.
  • Stop Prime95.
  • Edit your worktodo.txt, inserting the new lines, save it, and close the editor.
  • Restart Prime95
  • Go to the menu Advanced-> Manual Communication
  • Make sure "Contact PrimeNet server now" and "Send new expected completion dates to server" are checked. Hit OK
  • After Prime95 is done communicating, look and see if any of the new exponents don't have an Assignment ID (because they were already assigned.) If they don't, stop Prime95, reopen the worktodo.txt, remove those lines, save, then restart Prime95

For gpu runs, see https://www.mersenneforum.org/showpo...4&postcount=21 and follow links it contains as needed.

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Old 2019-03-06, 21:11   #2
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Default Strategic LL Double Checks

This is the location for the DC list:

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DoubleCheck=82116011,75,1
DoubleCheck=82227571,75,1
DoubleCheck=82296727,75,1
DoubleCheck=82377083,75,1
DoubleCheck=82616999,75,1
DoubleCheck=82669403,75,1
DoubleCheck=82897601,75,1
DoubleCheck=82902889,75,1
DoubleCheck=82948039,76,1
DoubleCheck=82952587,76,1
DoubleCheck=82988863,76,1

DoubleCheck=83089729,76,1
DoubleCheck=83155747,76,1
DoubleCheck=83155889,76,1
DoubleCheck=83353201,76,1
DoubleCheck=83357597,76,1
DoubleCheck=83385761,76,1
DoubleCheck=83413117,76,1
DoubleCheck=83428717,76,1
DoubleCheck=83544997,76,1
DoubleCheck=83580799,76,1
DoubleCheck=83775451,76,1
DoubleCheck=83850881,76,1
DoubleCheck=83911159,76,1

DoubleCheck=84081341,76,1
DoubleCheck=84082027,76,1
DoubleCheck=84129949,76,1
DoubleCheck=84149003,76,1
DoubleCheck=84149843,76,1
DoubleCheck=84210359,76,1
DoubleCheck=84231919,76,1
DoubleCheck=84312323,76,1
DoubleCheck=84390379,76,1
DoubleCheck=84394243,76,1
DoubleCheck=84436007,76,1
DoubleCheck=84461743,76,1
DoubleCheck=84466973,76,1
DoubleCheck=84485491,76,1
DoubleCheck=84497551,76,1
DoubleCheck=84505021,76,1

DoubleCheck=86070317,76,1
DoubleCheck=91603283,76,1
DoubleCheck=91457063,76,1
The "Watch list". Exponents assigned to Anon or others outside this thread that have yet to show progress. Do not poach these!
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Old 2019-03-06, 21:12   #3
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Default LL Triple Checks

This is for the list of needed triple (and higher order) checks.

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DoubleCheck=83111711,73,1
DoubleCheck=83169811,73,1
DoubleCheck=83174053,73,1
DoubleCheck=83180563,73,1
DoubleCheck=83198683,73,1
DoubleCheck=83198933,73,1
DoubleCheck=83276857,73,1
DoubleCheck=83329171,73,1
DoubleCheck=83357363,73,1
DoubleCheck=83373481,73,1
DoubleCheck=83383291,73,1
DoubleCheck=83415791,73,1
DoubleCheck=83418943,73,1
DoubleCheck=83444719,73,1
DoubleCheck=83447717,73,1
DoubleCheck=83450743,73,1
DoubleCheck=83456669,73,1
DoubleCheck=83462023,73,1
DoubleCheck=83483867,73,1
DoubleCheck=83487869,73,1
DoubleCheck=83505769,73,1
DoubleCheck=83509781,73,1
DoubleCheck=83543501,73,1
DoubleCheck=83544127,73,1
DoubleCheck=83553139,73,1
DoubleCheck=83554087,73,1
DoubleCheck=83562067,73,1
DoubleCheck=83602901,73,1
DoubleCheck=83610157,73,1
DoubleCheck=83624993,73,1
DoubleCheck=83627359,73,1
DoubleCheck=83630863,73,1
DoubleCheck=83633729,73,1
DoubleCheck=83666419,73,1
DoubleCheck=83668471,73,1
DoubleCheck=83713897,73,1
DoubleCheck=83717167,73,1
DoubleCheck=83833991,73,1
DoubleCheck=83848129,73,1
DoubleCheck=83900489,73,1
DoubleCheck=83904719,73,1
DoubleCheck=83918279,73,1
DoubleCheck=83931097,73,1
DoubleCheck=83936273,73,1
DoubleCheck=83944517,73,1
DoubleCheck=83975377,73,1
DoubleCheck=83983411,73,1
DoubleCheck=83990327,73,1
DoubleCheck=83990521,73,1
DoubleCheck=83994293,73,1

DoubleCheck=84088591,73,1
DoubleCheck=84226553,73,1
DoubleCheck=84227501,73,1
DoubleCheck=84231437,73,1
DoubleCheck=84238793,73,1
DoubleCheck=84243031,73,1
DoubleCheck=84305537,73,1
DoubleCheck=84388589,73,1
DoubleCheck=84404899,73,1
DoubleCheck=84408967,73,1
DoubleCheck=84410257,73,1
DoubleCheck=84430363,73,1
DoubleCheck=84467197,73,1
DoubleCheck=84469643,73,1
DoubleCheck=84473933,73,1
DoubleCheck=84482107,73,1
DoubleCheck=84488993,73,1
DoubleCheck=84489799,73,1
DoubleCheck=84497267,73,1
DoubleCheck=84534337,73,1
DoubleCheck=84536831,73,1
DoubleCheck=84545129,73,1
DoubleCheck=84567949,73,1
DoubleCheck=84571537,73,1
DoubleCheck=84574351,73,1
DoubleCheck=84575581,73,1
Quad and higher
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Just a note: a number of the exponents that are listed here as ,73,1 have in fact been taken beyond 73. But, Prime95 won't take them beyond that automatically. So, when I made them clickable worktodo lines, I put 73, as all of these are 73 and higher.

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Old 2019-03-27, 20:13   #4
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Default PRP double and triple checks

PRP checks

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Potentially bad P-1 results that need to be redone.

Place holder post. There are ~50 P-1 tests that might be bad. If Madpoo provides the list it will go here:

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[ewmayer] @Uncwilly: Are these results suspect due to a bug in one particular client? If so, would you or Aaron please provide [do|don't]-run-under guidance together with the assignments?
[uncwilly] @ewmayer: Can't find Aaron's post at the moment. The forum search does not accept P-1 as a keyword. Look at the original date on this post and check for Aaron's post 0->30 days before.

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Old 2020-01-19, 11:27   #6
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Originally Posted by endless mike View Post
Claimed this one.
Is there a post that describes what all the fields are in a worktodo entry for PRP? I always guess and hope I did it right.
PRP=EDDC25414116177C4F046D79BE11A463,1,2,96365519,-1,76,0,3,1

Added the 2 extra arguments that can be in the assignment: ",3,1"

1,2,96365519,-1: Number to test: 1 * 296365519 - 1
76: Trial factored to 276
0: Not sure about this one. (Maybe if P-1 has been done or not? or how many PRP tests has already been done on the exponent?)
3: PRP base 3. This is always 3 as standard for normal GIMPS candidates.
1: PRP type 1. This can vary between 1-5, but mostly 1 or 4 for older gpuowl tests. Prime95 and newer gpuowl versions and Mlucas? default to type 1 (and Prime95 uses type 5 for PRP-CF tests on exponents with known factor(s)).

Both PRP base and PRP type has to be the same for the PRPDC test as the original PRP test.


PRP type from undoc.txt, the "(default is 5)" is only for PRP-CF tests, the type number is 1 on normal PRP tests.

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PRP supports 5 types of residues for compatibility with other PRP programs.  If
a is the PRP base and N is the number being tested, then the residue types are:
1 = 64-bit residue of a^(N-1), a traditional Fermat PRP test used by most other programs
2 = 64-bit residue of a^((N-1)/2)
3 = 64-bit residue of a^(N+1), only available if b=2
4 = 64-bit residue of a^((N+1)/2), only available if b=2
5 = 64-bit residue of a^(N*known_factors-1), same as type 1 if there are no known factors
To control which residue type is generated, use this setting in prime.txt:
	PRPResidueType=n		(default is 5)
The residue type can also be set for PRP tests in worktodo.txt entries making
this option somewhat obsolete.
[edit]
And also for base >3, some versions of gpuowl, PRP res type 0.
Gpuowl supported PRP res type was 1 for some versions, 4 for others, 1 currently.

Worktodo formats for all common applications are described in https://www.mersenneforum.org/showpo...8&postcount=22

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Old 2020-03-31, 17:40   #7
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Doublecheck=126745771,80,1
Prime95 or mprime with Jacobi check, random offset is recommended for triple check.

https://www.mersenne.org/report_expo...6745771&full=1

Second run was on my generally very reliable GTX1080. Selected interim residues for check against triple check run follow. The log file contains such lines at 50,000-iteration intervals. Offset for the run: offset = 63381765.
Code:
|   Date     Time    |   Test Num     Iter        Residue        |    FFT   Error     ms/It     Time  |       ETA      Done   |
|  Mar 19  20:38:52  | M126745771   1000000  0x15edf96ca917718e  |  6912K  0.25000   6.5481  327.40s  |   9:12:49:49   0.78%  |
|  Mar 20  03:56:31  | M126745771   5000000  0xb051d166bd0d4b77  |  6912K  0.26367   6.5451  327.25s  |   9:05:54:55   3.94%  |
|  Mar 20  13:03:25  | M126745771  10000000  0xc78694fe47a6c290  |  6912K  0.26563   6.6095  330.47s  |   8:20:48:43   7.88%  |
|  Mar 21  07:19:05  | M126745771  20000000  0xe8b99fde161b0dc9  |  6912K  0.25627   6.5234  326.17s  |   8:02:45:13  15.77%  |
|  Mar 22  01:36:06  | M126745771  30000000  0x8086b6a513e02681  |  6912K  0.26563   6.5931  329.65s  |   7:08:36:49  23.66%  |
|  Mar 22  19:54:40  | M126745771  40000000  0xdb678d3e24b74ed8  |  6912K  0.25000   6.5796  328.98s  |   6:14:28:29  31.55%  |
|  Mar 23  14:14:22  | M126745771  50000000  0x0487c8c933f3b472  |  6912K  0.26563   6.6038  330.19s  |   5:20:17:48  39.44%  |
|  Mar 24  08:31:55  | M126745771  60000000  0x602d363d22b19738  |  6912K  0.26563   6.5840  329.20s  |   5:02:01:43  47.33%  |
|  Mar 25  12:33:21  | M126745771  70000000  0xeb8cda315394d739  |  6912K  0.28125   6.5855  329.27s  |   4:07:43:28  55.22%  |
|  Mar 26  06:46:58  | M126745771  80000000  0x15755ff86e6e458a  |  6912K  0.26563   6.5379  326.89s  |   3:13:24:54  63.11%  |
|  Mar 27  23:45:57  | M126745771  90000000  0x0754d138fd03932a  |  6912K  0.25000   6.5502  327.51s  |   2:19:07:16  71.00%  |
|  Mar 28  17:57:45  | M126745771 100000000  0x9adb1773be482891  |  6912K  0.25781   6.5468  327.34s  |   2:00:50:10  78.89%  |
|  Mar 29  12:07:57  | M126745771 110000000  0xbcb72ec2eb415862  |  6912K  0.26563   6.5203  326.01s  |   1:06:33:46  86.78%  |
|  Mar 30  06:20:06  | M126745771 120000000  0x78dfe475a7ee035a  |  6912K  0.26563   6.5534  327.67s  |     12:18:32  94.67%  |
|  Mar 30  15:25:57  | M126745771 125000000  0x128cef69ca9d362a  |  6912K  0.26172   6.5461  327.30s  |      3:11:06  98.62%  |
|  Mar 30  17:15:07  | M126745771 126000000  0x88825c2169f7f431  |  6912K  0.26563   6.5485  327.42s  |      1:21:38  99.41%  |
M( 126745771 )C, 0x86e0ae7fee07db__, 6912K, CUDALucas v2.06beta, estimated total time = 231:14:17
max error logged 0.29688
No separate error messages appear in the log file for this primality test.

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Thank you, ATH. Residuals @ 40m are:

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M126745771 interim LL residue 5FAC61D44C636740 at iteration 40000000
M126745771 interim LL residue F41348BCAF00B2D7 at iteration 40000001
M126745771 interim LL residue DB678D3E24B74ED8 at iteration 40000002
Which unfortunately does not match Kriesel's, unless it needs to be adjusted by offset somehow?

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M126745771 40000000 0xdb678d3e24b74ed8
I also reran the first million iters for this:

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M126745771 interim LL residue C92BE3EE0729DDBC at iteration 1000000
M126745771 interim LL residue 70230187AD96E7C9 at iteration 1000001
M126745771 interim LL residue 15EDF96CA917718E at iteration 1000002
Which does not match Kriesel's either:

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M126745771 1000000 0x15edf96ca917718e
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you match. prim95 is off by 2 iterations -- my bad
Perhaps for v30, mprime and prime95 could be changed to compatible iteration numbering, and single-iteration-output rather than 3-successive, to reduce future confusion when comparing to the various other programs.

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LL DC mismatch, LL TC requested:
Doublecheck=53459173,74,1

Selected CUDALucas v2.06 interim residues, from my Quadro 4000 run (others available at 20K granularity on request)
Code:
|  Mar 20  19:51:09  |  M53459173   1000000  0xc30ddf3b1d43b694  |  2880K  0.23438  22.8849  457.69s  |  13:21:32:24   1.87%  |
|  Mar 21  21:17:16  |  M53459173   5000000  0xd7003fede7eb60e4  |  2880K  0.21820  22.8842  457.68s  |  12:20:06:49   9.35%  |
|  Mar 23  05:04:44  |  M53459173  10000000  0xf929defc4616878f  |  2880K  0.25000  22.8848  457.69s  |  11:12:19:21  18.70%  |
|  Mar 25  20:39:39  |  M53459173  20000000  0x4368da2c97ee6947  |  2880K  0.23438  22.8851  457.70s  |   8:20:44:26  37.41%  |
|  Mar 28  12:14:44  |  M53459173  30000000  0xdd3697380fa32392  |  2880K  0.22656  22.8840  457.68s  |   6:05:09:30  56.11%  |
|  Mar 31  03:49:39  |  M53459173  40000000  0x38b622ef9b3de51b  |  2880K  0.23438  22.8841  457.68s  |   3:13:34:34  74.82%  |
|  Apr 02  19:24:34  |  M53459173  50000000  0xa7c41bca785d290e  |  2880K  0.22656  22.8854  457.70s  |     21:59:38  93.52%  |
|  Apr 03  14:29:03  |  M53459173  53000000  0x73da601da8899ce7  |  2880K  0.23047  22.8857  457.71s  |      2:55:10  99.14%  |

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LL DC mismatch, LL TC requested:
Doublecheck=53459173,74,1
Tried to take this one (for manual testing) and register it with Prime95 first, but it says "ra: exponent 53459173 violates assignment rules". Probably because I tried to register in a new instance and it is Cat1 or lower? Frown. Someone else will get it!

Also Krisel, we match with EB8CDA315394D739 @70m on that other one. Unfortunately it is on a slower machine so it'll be a couple more days but so far your test seems good.

Follow up question: I'm now outputting residuals on a 100m digit exponent that I'm PRPing with manual testing. Can primenet currently take these interims from manual testing the same way it automatically takes every 10m iteration residual from Prime95? (I tried submitting it via the txt upload page but it says "Did not understand N lines.") Thanks!
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