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Old 2006-09-19, 21:36   #34
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How large should 'n' be for our numbers to be top-5000 primes?
And when will we reach that? :)

poll: Who will find the first one?
Funny, you should ask that. The first time tests for Sierpinski's have already entered potential Top 5000 range. Unfortunately, if we were to find one today, it won't last in the list for more than a week. The good news is we are climbing steadily in size, so it is just a matter of time before we start seeing those Top 5000's.

Riesel's are a different story though. At the present rate of testing, I estimate atleast a month before we enter the Top 5000 range (this takes into account the potential growth of the #5000 prime). We need more firepower!!!

Who'll find the first one? Hmmm... Me?

EDIT:- Of course, by first one, I mean the first one to be found by LLRNet.

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Old 2006-09-20, 21:35   #35
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Is there a way to set some goals in LLR-net?

* xxx tests needed to get all k tested upto n=2^17
* xxx tests needed to get all k tested upto n=2^18
* xxx tests needed to get all k tested upto n=2^19
etc...

* xxx tests needed to get all k tested upto 1M digits?
No idea how many digits we are on now... so some lower or higher limits might apply?

* xxx candidates need to be cleared to get x Million remaining upto n=2M

* Sieved upto 1T, 2T, 5T, 10T

All for Riesel as well as Sierpinski of course :>

If you can think of any more, lovely :)
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Old 2006-09-21, 06:07   #36
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If you agree on some targets and the n value neded to reach it no problem to implement such a display.

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Old 2006-10-05, 18:37   #37
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Who'll find the first one? Hmmm... Me?
Told ya!

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Riesel's are a different story though. At the present rate of testing, I estimate atleast a month before we enter the Top 5000 range (this takes into account the potential growth of the #5000 prime). We need more firepower!!!
Well, thanks to the inreased fire power, the Riesel's have finally crossed into the Top 5000 territory, a full two weeks ahead of schedule Only just though!

I wonder who'll find the first for Riesel's
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Old 2006-10-05, 18:48   #38
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I wonder who'll find the first for Riesel's
Oh please, not you again It feels good to be in top5000 region at riesel too. I guess we┬┤ll find one in the next 48 hours.... :surprised
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Old 2006-10-06, 17:35   #39
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less than 24 hours and it's me !

316714*5^106843-1 is prime

it' has been submitted and verified as a top 5000 prime (#4967 exactly)

http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=78620

very proud to enter the top 5000 with my first prime

thanks to axn1 to let me know that i found a prime and to explain me how to submit it on the prime page.

let's continue to PRP

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Old 2006-10-06, 17:42   #40
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Congrats on your first prime!
May it be one of many!
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Old 2006-10-06, 19:21   #41
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In the stats, the weight of the primes isn't filled in (all at '0')
Is it something easily calculated?
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Old 2006-10-06, 19:24   #42
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Congratulation!! Nice to see your here... Whats up with RieselSieve? Are you looking for new defiances?
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Old 2006-10-06, 19:48   #43
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In the stats, the weight of the primes isn't filled in (all at '0')
Is it something easily calculated?
Yes. As a matter of fact, we already have those numbers -- if you look at the Reservation threads where all the k's are listed, you'll see the weights there. I'll check wth Lars to see if we can get them up there.
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Old 2006-11-19, 12:28   #44
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Default What's the LLRNet interface?

If I wanted my client (or a perl script wrapper) to be able to get candidates off the server, what protocol should it follow?
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