20071110, 01:04  #89 
Nov 2003
2·1,811 Posts 
Gryphon informed me that he had tested k=255 to n=820k and is continuing.
I'll update the k<300 stats page over the weekend. 
20071110, 03:17  #90 
Jul 2007
Tennessee
2^{5}·19 Posts 
I'd like to try k=33 for a while, if it's not currently being tested. This is complete through 750K? Thanks.

20071110, 08:21  #91 
May 2007
Kansas; USA
10095_{10} Posts 
k=243 status
Here's a permanent status record for k=243 off of my web page:
Doublechecking for n=230K260K and 300K400K is complete. No problems were found. Citris tested the n=260K300K range for RPS here. Consecutive testing is now up to n=472.6K. Other ranges tested so far are n=500K558.1K and 600K615.5K. I added the core from the doublecheck range to the 400K500K range for a total of 2 to more quickly fill the lower gap. 1 core each are on the others. When 400500 is done, I'll put 1 more each on the 500600 and 600650 ranges. I should be complete up to n=650K within 710 days. Gary 
20071114, 14:17  #92 
I quite division it
"Chris"
Feb 2005
England
31·67 Posts 
k=251
k=251 tested to 800,000. Continuing.

20071114, 17:38  #93 
Sep 2006
Germany
2×59 Posts 
k=49
Update:
Sieving at 14T to 2M LLR complete to 1.09M. Continuing. No new primes. 
20071116, 19:49  #94 
May 2005
11001010001_{2} Posts 
milestone report for k=151
k=151 tested till n=900000, I'm still working on it
Last fiddled with by Cruelty on 20071116 at 19:50 
20071117, 07:53  #95 
May 2007
Kansas; USA
3·5·673 Posts 
k=243 status
k=243 has now been fully tested up to n=642K.
2 cores are working from n=642K745K. The other 2 cores are working 745K800K and are at 752.3K. When the latter 2 are done, they will join the other 2 in double checking the 650K745K range. Gary 
20071118, 09:54  #96 
Nov 2003
7046_{8} Posts 
Justin reserved k=69 from n=1M.
K. Last fiddled with by Kosmaj on 20071118 at 09:54 
20071119, 07:28  #97 
Nov 2003
3622_{10} Posts 
k=139 again
As I mentioned in post #34 of this thread, k=139 is not strictly reserved, and the name of Nuggetprime attached to it is only a placeholder meaning that he may return and keep on working on it soon.
If anybody wants to work on k=139 now he is free to do so. Actually Nugget said that he tested it to "about" 419500 but I'd like to suggest starting at 400k. Last fiddled with by Kosmaj on 20071119 at 07:30 
20071119, 16:11  #98  
May 2007
Kansas; USA
3·5·673 Posts 
Quote:
If Nuggetprime wants to coordinate any sieving or testing, I'm fine with that. I wonder if he has any sieved files above n=400K? Here's another thought. If you guys want, I could take it up to n=600K and you could still include it starting from n=600K in the 6th drive like most of the planned k's. That'd make things consistent and easy for an extra k in the drive. For that matter, if we wanted to include it in a 6th drive, I wouldn't care if you showed it as reserved by RPS while I work it up to n=600K so nobody is wondering why the 6th drive is working on a 'reserved' k. Thanks, Gary. Last fiddled with by gd_barnes on 20071119 at 16:17 

20071121, 21:35  #99 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
2^{2}·7·11·13 Posts 
Monthly update
A slow month, due to all the k=5 and k=105 work done.
45 at 900k. (3.5 cores) 99 at 1.15M. (3 cores) 201 at 860k. (1 core) No progress on 11,13,93,119,127,197. 111 now on 3 cores, should be complete to 1M and released by 1/1/08. Anyone wishing to test this highweight k is welcome to begin sieving at 1M I will not continue beyond 1M. Curtis 
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