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Old 2014-09-12, 14:35   #23
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What do we plan on loading into Port 1300 in case someone finds the S9 prime? Anything well sieved would suffice. Be sure the sort option for the server has a value of a,l. This will insure S9 gets done first.

Port 1400 is safe from that problem.

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Old 2014-09-13, 13:36   #24
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I would suggest another base <=32 with one or two k's remaining, such as S22 or S26 (currently both at 500K with sieves to 1M). The Riesel side seems to be picked over a bit more - I'm seeing a lot of 1Ms with no sieve files available.

I have no idea how well sieved these are as I haven't run any calculations. My guess is that they'll need more work akin to S9.

But, I'm game to work on pretty much anything, if someone else has another idea.
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Old 2014-09-20, 06:17   #25
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All factors up to P=650T have been removed and all n=2M-3M have been loaded to port 1400.
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Old 2015-04-20, 12:12   #26
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Pledging to get to 100 "Tests Performed" on Port 1300 - Sierpinski Base 9 n=1.5M-2M.
I have 5 cores AMD X6 1100T, each test looks like it will take ~18 hours.
So will take about another 13 days, from now.

Rouge has released PRPNet 5.4.0 with new feature:
• Add support for generic searches (pfgw only)
How much do I have to pledge (on this or Port 1400) to get a port on the NPLB server for Compositorial prime search? http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=20035
I have DHCP with IP change every time I reset my modem, like most people. So my hosting would be difficult.
I can do some other menial chore to seal the deal, let me know!
PrimeGrid are wanting to phase out PRPNet as it doesn't support double checks. I don't blame them with as much fire power as they have available. Rouge would be happy for someone else to add double checker support to his PRPNet code.

While I am here I'd like to plug the Top Gun Challenge on May 13-27 at Factorial Prime Search port: prpnet.primegrid.com:12002
http://www.primegrid.com/forum_threa...rap=true#84796
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Old 2015-04-20, 12:45   #27
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Pledging to get to 100 "Tests Performed" on Port 1300 - Sierpinski Base 9 n=1.5M-2M.
I have 5 cores AMD X6 1100T, each test looks like it will take ~18 hours.
So will take about another 13 days, from now.

Rouge has released PRPNet 5.4.0 with new feature:
• Add support for generic searches (pfgw only)
How much do I have to pledge (on this or Port 1400) to get a port on the NPLB server for Compositorial prime search? http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=20035
I have DHCP with IP change every time I reset my modem, like most people. So my hosting would be difficult.
I can do some other menial chore to seal the deal, let me know!
PrimeGrid are wanting to phase out PRPNet as it doesn't support double checks. I don't blame them with as much fire power as they have available. Rouge would be happy for someone else to add double checker support to his PRPNet code.

While I am here I'd like to plug the Top Gun Challenge on May 13-27 at Factorial Prime Search port: prpnet.primegrid.com:12002
http://www.primegrid.com/forum_threa...rap=true#84796
Yes, TheCount=Roger on Primegrid=Vast on Overclockers Australia !!!
http://www.overclockers.com.au/
http://forums.overclockers.com.au/sh....php?t=1066483
Overclockers are mostly Bit Coin obsessed at the moment, so a bit useless, except for me!

Cheers,
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There is double-checking. Please look at the prpserver.ini. It has been there for many years.
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Old 2015-04-20, 14:41   #28
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There is double-checking. Please look at the prpserver.ini. It has been there for many years.
My mistake! http://www.primegrid.com/forum_threa...rap=true#77818
In my mind DC was not supported, but that's not what was said at all.
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Old 2015-04-22, 21:14   #29
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FYI: I've just upped port 1300's time limit to 5 days (from 3). The specific motivation was that some tests from one of my slower computers were about to expire because I'd accidentally shut down the clients for a few days...but these tests are getting pretty big, it seems reasonable to have a bit more time.

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Old 2015-04-28, 12:14   #30
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Reached 100 tests on Port 1300.
Once S9 finished will the User stats be reset?
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Old 2015-04-28, 18:52   #31
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Reached 100 tests on Port 1300.
Once S9 finished will the User stats be reset?
No. We will likely load S17 for n=1.5M-2M and continue on.
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Old 2015-04-29, 07:03   #32
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Port 1400 has now reached n>3M base 2.
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Old 2015-04-29, 20:40   #33
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Added S17 for n=1.5M-2M to port 1300. It will start after S9 is complete.
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