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Old 2008-02-17, 20:25   #23
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30-50 complete
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I'm already running this:
is that ok?
That is correct.
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I'm already running this:
is that ok?
That's fine--it works the same as the method I mentioned.
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10G-20G done.
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Old 2008-02-17, 23:04   #27
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I've released an updated sieve file, which has been sieved to a depth of 50G. Just download the sieve file, stop sr2sieve, replace your current copy of the sieve file with the new one, and restart sr2sieve--it will pick up where it left off before.

And while I'm at it, I'll reserve 70G-80G.
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Taking 80G-120G.
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Old 2008-02-18, 18:27   #29
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50G to 70G finished.
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Taking 120G-130G.
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Old 2008-02-18, 22:32   #31
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70G-80G complete.

A new sieve file has been released, sieved to 80G.

Last fiddled with by mdettweiler on 2008-02-18 at 22:33 Reason: fixed a typo
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20G-30G finished.

Taking 50G-70G.

srsieve 130,000 p/sec (20G-30G)
sr2sieve 230,000 p/sec (50G-70G)
My bad here. Now I need to go back and look at how far I should have sieved 400<k<=1001 for n=260K-1M using the new version of sr2sieve. If it is worth it, I may sieve n=400K-600K to P=6T. But with only a 200K n-range, it may not be worth it.

Clearly the new version of sr2sieve sped things up a lot.

Interestingly having much faster sieving software doesn't reduce sieve time much (if done optimally) but it DOES reduce LLR time a lot. Anon, optimal may now be closer to P=1T on this range. Let's do another analysis around P=200G or so using sr2sieve.

We're really rolling on the sieving here! Thanks everyone for pitching in.


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My bad here. Now I need to go back and look at how far I should have sieved 400<k<=1001 for n=260K-1M using the new version of sr2sieve. If it is worth it, I may sieve n=400K-600K to P=6T. But with only a 200K n-range, it may not be worth it.

Clearly the new version of sr2sieve sped things up a lot.

Interestingly having much faster sieving software doesn't reduce sieve time much (if done optimally) but it DOES reduce LLR time a lot. Anon, optimal may now be closer to P=1T on this range. Let's do another analysis around P=200G or so using sr2sieve.
Okay, sounds good.
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