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2006-09-12, 14:06   #1
Kosmaj

Nov 2003

70468 Posts

We are now ready to start testing 15*2^n-1, n>1M. The first segment to 1.1M has been sieved to 11.3T by amphoria, Larry, Templus and me. The average number of candidates per file is 48.9.

Happy hunting!

Found primes
15*2^1084010-1 (326321 digits) by Amphoria on Sep 28, 2006
15*2^1344313-1 (404680 digits) by Amphoria on Jan 5, 2007
15*2^1837873-1 (553257 digits) by mcduck on Dec 16, 2008
15*2^2323205-1 (699356 digits) by Thomas11 on Jul 11, 2011
15*2^3668194-1 (1104238 digits) by Ivica on Oct 15, 2013

Status
Code:
     Range            Tested by      Status
1,000,000-3,000,000 - RPS         - Complete (4 primes)
3,000,000-3,010,000 - Pepi37      - Complete
3,010,000-3,130,000 - Kosmaj      - Complete
3,130,000-3,150,000 - Pepi37      - Complete
3,150,000-3,170,000 - Kosmaj      - Complete
3,170,000-3,172,570 - Pepi37      - Complete
3,172,570-3,200,000 - Pepi37      - Complete
3,200,000-3,210,000 - Kosmaj      - Complete
3,210,000-3,220,000 - Pepi37      - Complete
3,220,000-3,300,000 - Pepi37      - Complete
3,300,000-3,320,000 - Pepi37      - Complete
3,320,000-3,400,000 - Pepi37      - Complete
3,400,000-3,500,000 - Pepi37      - Complete
3,500,000-3,600,000 - Pepi37      - Complete
3,600,000-3,650,000 - Pepi37      - Complete
3,650,000-3,800,000 - Ivica       - Complete (Prime: 15*2^3668194-1)
3,800,000-3,803,000 - Pepi37      - Complete
3,803,000-3,860,000 - Ivica       - Complete
3,860,000-3,900,000 - Thomas11    - Complete
3,900,000-4,080,000 - Batalov     - Complete
4,080,000-4,400,000 - Batalov     - Complete
4,400,000-4,700,000 - Batalov     - Complete
4,700,000-4,800,000 - Thomas11    - Complete
4,800,000-5,000,000 - Thomas11    - Complete
5,000,000-5,200,000 - Thomas11    - Complete
5,200,000-5,500,000 - Thomas11    - Complete
5,500,000-5,800,000 - Thomas11    - Complete
5,800,000-6,000,000 - Thomas11    - Complete
6,000,000-6,134,000 - Thomas11    - Complete
Available files
The attached file contains the 4-5M range, including already tested ones.
Extensively sieved by Psieve.
(36432 candidates).
Attached Files
 k15_4Mto5M_400P.zip (97.9 KB, 484 views)

Last fiddled with by Thomas11 on 2021-11-20 at 19:14

 2006-09-12, 14:21 #2 Kosmaj     Nov 2003 70468 Posts Number of primes BTW, k=15 up to n=1M so far produced 50 primes, as follows: Code: #Digits #primes 2-1000 ....28 1-10k ......5 10-100k ...12 100-300k ...5 The full list of n's: 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 14, 17, 31, 41, 73, 80, 82, 116, 125, 145, 157, 172, 202, 224, 266, 289, 293, 463, 1004, 1246, 2066, 2431, 2705, 4622, 5270, 7613, 21727, 21962, 40742, 41054, 60622, 83263, 83669, 91457, 103940, 104177, 108124, 115327, 161453, 172714, 454681, 568780, 656264, 712294, 902474
 2006-09-12, 15:01 #3 lsoule     Nov 2004 California 110101010002 Posts Taking 1000-1001!
 2006-09-12, 17:12 #4 robert44444uk     Jun 2003 Suva, Fiji 111111110102 Posts Good work! Good work to the sievers, that's what I say. Taking 1001-1002 Regards Robert Smith
 2006-09-12, 19:42 #5 lsoule     Nov 2004 California 23×3×71 Posts Taking 1002-1003
 2006-09-13, 01:57 #6 Kosmaj     Nov 2003 2×1,811 Posts Taking 1003-1005. As Larry informed me, on a 2.8GHz P-4 it takes less than 23 hrs to process 50 candidates at n=1M. Therefore, for n>1010k I'll release test files in 2k chunks. Last fiddled with by Kosmaj on 2006-09-13 at 02:33
 2006-09-13, 14:06 #7 lsoule     Nov 2004 California 23×3×71 Posts 1000-1001 complete, no primes Taking 1005-1006
 2006-09-13, 21:41 #8 lsoule     Nov 2004 California 23×3×71 Posts 1002-1003 complete, no primes. Taking 1006-1007
 2006-09-14, 04:21 #9 Kosmaj     Nov 2003 70468 Posts 1003-1004 complete, no primes. Taking 1007-1008.
 2006-09-14, 11:53 #10 robert44444uk     Jun 2003 Suva, Fiji 37728 Posts Taking 1008 - 1010. 1001-1002 produced no primes Regards Robert Smith
 2006-09-14, 13:44 #11 lsoule     Nov 2004 California 6A816 Posts 1005-1006 complete, no primes. Taking 1010-1012

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